We’re moving on

It has been some time since I have been here. Missed me?? C’mon don’t be shy. 😉 … As a matter of fact, I have been quite busy of late, particularly with the entrance processes of different B-schools. Just like a pendulum I have been moving to and fro between Delhi and Mumbai. No I am not complaining. As always, I love to travel and this came as a nice excuse to do so. But finally I took some time out and decided to pay my beautiful city a visit, after a gap of almost four months.

So far I have been lucky with the first half of the admission process. I have got a call from almost all the reputed B-schools of the country. And now I stand before the second and the most difficult phase of the entire process. The interviews. And this is the phase where they ought to select the best out of the best.

I am already through with IIM, IIFT, Symbiosis and NMIMS. The next stop being FMS on 15th, followed by IMI, NITIE and MDI. Keeping my fingers crossed to convert at least one of the calls, particularly one in either Delhi or Mumbai. 😉 I so don’t want to drop a year.

In the meantime I happen to have got a job at Infosys Technologies. So my bachelors degree did pay of and the myth of my faculty that the defaulters don’t go anywhere has finally been broken.

The news headlines of my college is marked by the strikes caused due to the placement issues, which has been going from bad to worse for few years now. Eighth semester is yet to get off the mark, with nil classes so far. Still, I am not complaining 😛 . I have no issues if the entire semester flies by in a similar way 🙂 .

That reminds me that slowly, but surely, we are reaching the end of our college life. Time does fly by. It was, as if, only yesterday when I entered this institute and it’s already been four years now. Looking back through the time line, RKGIT has given me everything to learn. Friends, memories, a few “bad” habits, a lot of “surprises” and many many things which I just can’t list out. It would be real hard to bid all the idiots goodbye in only few days to come 🙁

But no point lamenting now. Time to plan many parties, many trips and many memories. I am not going to waste even a second of this semester once I am done with my last interview, which is on 30th of this month. And very soon I will be coming up with a post dedicated to my very own, very awesome, very entertaining and very enlightening interview experiences. 😉 … Till then .. sayonara … and yes … Happy Holi everyone 🙂

We're moving on

It has been some time since I have been here. Missed me?? C’mon don’t be shy. 😉 … As a matter of fact, I have been quite busy of late, particularly with the entrance processes of different B-schools. Just like a pendulum I have been moving to and fro between Delhi and Mumbai. No I am not complaining. As always, I love to travel and this came as a nice excuse to do so. But finally I took some time out and decided to pay my beautiful city a visit, after a gap of almost four months.

So far I have been lucky with the first half of the admission process. I have got a call from almost all the reputed B-schools of the country. And now I stand before the second and the most difficult phase of the entire process. The interviews. And this is the phase where they ought to select the best out of the best.

I am already through with IIM, IIFT, Symbiosis and NMIMS. The next stop being FMS on 15th, followed by IMI, NITIE and MDI. Keeping my fingers crossed to convert at least one of the calls, particularly one in either Delhi or Mumbai. 😉 I so don’t want to drop a year.

In the meantime I happen to have got a job at Infosys Technologies. So my bachelors degree did pay of and the myth of my faculty that the defaulters don’t go anywhere has finally been broken.

The news headlines of my college is marked by the strikes caused due to the placement issues, which has been going from bad to worse for few years now. Eighth semester is yet to get off the mark, with nil classes so far. Still, I am not complaining 😛 . I have no issues if the entire semester flies by in a similar way 🙂 .

That reminds me that slowly, but surely, we are reaching the end of our college life. Time does fly by. It was, as if, only yesterday when I entered this institute and it’s already been four years now. Looking back through the time line, RKGIT has given me everything to learn. Friends, memories, a few “bad” habits, a lot of “surprises” and many many things which I just can’t list out. It would be real hard to bid all the idiots goodbye in only few days to come 🙁

But no point lamenting now. Time to plan many parties, many trips and many memories. I am not going to waste even a second of this semester once I am done with my last interview, which is on 30th of this month. And very soon I will be coming up with a post dedicated to my very own, very awesome, very entertaining and very enlightening interview experiences. 😉 … Till then .. sayonara … and yes … Happy Holi everyone 🙂