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I am currently working in an Indian oil refinery as a project execution manager. I have experience working in the energy industry in operations and technical services for 6.5 years. I want to move my function from operations to consulting within the energy sector.
Target School: Tuck
Considering: Duke Fuqua, McCombs School of Business, Darden, Chicago Booth
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Application Status: Open
Undergrad School: IIT Madras
Undergrad Major: Chemical Engineer
Ethnicity: Asian or Indian
Led a team of 20 students in my college to conduct an IIT JEE mock test all over the state of Kerala. Managed the logistics and finances for the event. Active member in the CSR activities of my company. Participated in Akshar mission of BPCL to provide computer literacy in a village in Maharashtra. Played a key role in helping villagers o Jawahar Mokhada village in farming practices and to alleviate malnutrition in the village.
Title: Operations Manager
Industry: Power / Energy
Company: Fortune 500
Length of Employment: 5 yrs, 6 mos
I have been among the top 1 percentile in the IIT JEE examination (2011), GATE -2015 and GMAT-2021.
I have received the best employee award from my company, which is one among the Fortune global 500 companies.
I have led a team of 30 work men and 15 engineers to execute an INR 3000 Cr. project in my company (an oil refinery).
Short-term: I want to switch my function from operations to consulting but within the energy sector itself. By staying in this industry, I feel I can leverage my skills and insights about the industry.
Long-term: I want to become a leader in a global energy company such as Exxon and put the skills that I would gain from consulting to proper use.
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What a stellar profile you’ve assembled here. A solid GPA from a prestigious IIT; a jumbo 760 GMAT score and more than five years of work experience at a Fortune 500 company, with leadership responsibility managing a team of 30 staffers and 15 engineer. One ting to consider: Do not use lingo in applying to business schools. Few people know what an “INR 3000 Cr. project” is. Explain these things in layman’s terms. This goes for everyone else who is applying to business school from a technical background. You have to learn to communicate to people who aren’t in your field and/or lack your technical expertise. Tuck is an excellent school and your chances there are very good if you interview well.
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