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I am an associate consultant for a multinational consulting firm. I have worked with top pharma clients from Europe and the US and managed a team of 6 people. I have been promoted once (Dec ’21) in the company and have received recognition from the company’s top management for my contribution. I am also heavily involved in extracurriculars: organizing events, and community service.
Target School: IESE
Considering: Kenan-Flagler, ESADE, SDA Bocconi, Duke Fuqua, IU Kelley
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Application Status: Open
Undergrad School: D.J. Sanghvi College of Engineering - Mumbai University
Undergrad Major: Production Engineering
Ethnicity: Asian or Indian
State level badminton player - Won multiple tournaments for school, college and the firm that I am currently working at. | I have trained 35+ underprivileged children to play badminton and help them win scholarships worth $10,000. | Adventure Enthusiast - Advanced Open Water Scuba Diver, Completed 4 Himalayan Trekking Expeditions, Basic certification for Surfing and Kayaking.
Title: Associate Consultant
Company: Top Firm
Length of Employment: 4 yrs, 1 mos
Title: Graduate Engineer Trainee
Company: Family Business
Length of Employment: 1 yr, 1 mos
– First-generation graduate
– Overcame a major knee injury to win badminton tournament within 6 months.
– Worked on post-merger activities for a client and an acquired firm ($63B transactions) to standardize the reporting structure.
– Designed incentive compensation strategies by using predictive analytics that led to $1B in revenue growth – pharma.
The long-term goal is to come back to India and work in a healthcare consulting firm to address India’s healthcare woes by growing the teleconsultation and e-pharmaceutical space. The HealthTech business has a huge potential in India. In the short term, I look forward to working in the healthcare consulting industry in the developed countries.
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