Life at NITIE Mumbai: Q & A with Varun Saxena
NITIE Mumbai is one of the premier b-schools in India which conducts MBA programmes for Engineering graduates. Here is an interview with Varun Saxena, a PGDIM (Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Management) student at NITIE Mumbai, on life at his b-school, stress during studies, best faculty and more…
Were you able to get the school of your choice or did you compromise and opted for the best option that was open/available to you?
I was able to get the college of my choice.
Q. Did work experience help in getting the choice of your school and also in dealing with the curriculum?
Yes, it did help.
Q. After joining the school, did you ever wish that you should have known certain more things about the school before you became part of it? What are these?
No. I am satisfied.
Q. What is the toughest area to handle in your studies?
Finance subjects and statistics
Q. Which one is your best subject?
Supply Chain Management
Q. Is there stress level during studies?
Q. Who is the best faculty at your B-school?
Faculty for Project Management
Q. What’s the best and most admirable feature of your institute?
Pond and 96 stairs
Q. Scope of development in your existing curriculum. Do you wish to add or remove some parts in/from the curriculum?
Yes, few more electives are being added in marketing and finance
Q. Does your institute send students on foreign trips?
Q. Which stream do you come from? Do you agree upon the fact that having a science background makes it much easier to sail through the hurdles of getting through a top management institute of your choice?
I am from engineering background. Yes, I do agree that science/engineering background does help.
Q. How would you rate the hostel facilities at your B-School? Do they provide accommodation for the family too (in case of married students)?
I will rate 8 on the scale of 10. Yes, they do provide accommodation for family in case of married students.
Q. How are the other student facilities at your B-School?
Q. Tips for those who wish to do MBA from your school.
- Be thorough with your final year project if you are from fresher
- Be thorough with your work ex if you have substantial work ex.
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