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Mr. Future Large Corp

About Me:

A dedicated and committed leader from armed forces background, focused on leading teams to success by taking initiatives and collaborating with cross-functional teams through strong communication skills.


Undergrad School: Sardar Vallbhbhai National Institute of technology

Undergrad Major: Production Engineering

GPA: 3.0

GMAT: 720

Age: 28,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Extracurriculars: Social Impact (Setup and run award scheme in rural India for 9 student annually. )

Work History:

Title: Assistant Commandant (Logistics)

Industry: Government

Company: Air Force

Length of Employment: 5 yrs, 1 mos

Big Life Wins:

• Ensured optimal human capital allocation for 30 soldiers (deployed in peace role post serving hard tenures) across 6 sub-functional areas allowing soldiers to recoup physically and mentally. • Selected among 7 officers, based on communication skills, to brief Home Secretary and other senior government officials on outsourcing the annual maintenance plan of Aircraft to private companies. • Selected as Logistics representative, from amongst three officers, for induction of new fleet into operational theatre and establishment of stores with $10m goods at new location.

Post MBA Goal:

After my MBA, I want to work with large corporations such as Unilever, Rolls Royce, Cargill, P&G, in the operations and logistics role to effectively manage operations across product lines and geographies. These companies play an important role in shaping both the consumer and the business environment. I look forward to spearheading their operations as a Project head, helping these companies establish their foothold in new emerging markets spreading across Asia and the world.


Target School: IMD

Status: Open


The Experts Rate The Odds At: 50%

  • John A. Byrne, P&Q Founder & Editor-In-Chief | Odds Assessment: 55%

    You bring an impressive background to your candidacy at IMD. Let’s start with the basics. Your 720 GMAT is 40 points higher than the 680 median at IMD. Your GPA is within range. Your big wins in the Air Force show that you have really made a difference there. And I very much like your post-MBA goals and believe that you can easily achieve them with an MBA from IMD. As you know, IMD enrolls a class of only 90 students and invests heavily in making sure every single one of those students will be important contributors to the learning of the class and the culture of the institution. As a result, IMD will invite a fair number of applicants to a full-day assessment. How …

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  • The MBA Exchange Odds Assessment: 50%

    This is Deepak Punwani from MBA Exchange. You have a very differentiated profile and we have worked with Armed forces personnel in past who have successfully made it to top programs including Stanford, MIT and INSEAD. IMD should be very impressed with your background. Your goals also seem connected to your past experience and expertise. If you can demonstrate Leadership and an international mindset, you are definitely in play at IMD. Just a couple of more points. Would ideally encourage you to think more deeply on industry you want to be part of. While Unilever and RR may both be “consumer” industries, it would make sense for you to think deeply in FMCG’s are more your kind of firms or consumer durable firms (including automotive). …

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  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 45%

    Hello Mr. Future Large Corp! Krista Nannery from mbaMission here.
    I’ve worked with a lot of military candidates over the years, but never someone from the India Air Force. I think that’s a good thing in that you will be a very non-traditional (in a good way) candidate for b-schools. Also, your military AND logistics background is going to be in demand by CPG companies. So your goals are very logical.
    Here’s what I want you to think about: One school strategies are inherently risky. Are there a few other programs you can add to the mix? In addition to IMD, how about HEC, IE, IESE, or ESADE? Maybe even an Oxford or Cambridge? Check out their employment reports and see who is hiring. I’d …

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  • Stratus Admissions Counseling | Odds Assessment: 50%

    Hi this is Melisa from Stratus Admissions. You have strong stats and experiences that will be attractive to IMD and other programs. And your military operations background will be attractive to CPG companies. As you mentioned, the logistics and operations of CPG companies are global – so finding a program that gives you global experiential learning opportunities, will be a benefit to you. I agree that if you believe now is the right time for you to do an MBA, looking at some additional options will help make sure you are getting the most out of the program you attend. If you are interested in going a bit further, you should look into Rotman which places graduates at large CPG companies. By opening yourself to …

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