Jamnalal bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai - Interview with Anupama Jain
Q. What were the first question, the most interesting question, and the most difficult question?
(1) First Question - Why MBA?
(2) Most Difficult - Why should the women reservation bill be accepted in my opinion(Had a difficulty with this one coz I don't think it should be.
(3) Most Interesting - Do Marwari girls make adequate use of their knowledge and skills post their MBA?
Q. While facing the panel, were you confident, did you feel prepared?
Q. Write a brief about your Interview experience.
Ans. It was a fairly simple interview. There wasn't much pressure and the panel asked questions based on my profile. It was one of the better interview experiences.
Q. Was any feedback given to you? What feedback did you receive from the panel at the end of session?
Ans. No feedback
Q. How would you rate your performance in the Interview?
Q. Areas where you could have performed better in your interview?
Ans. Maybe leveraged better on a few questions asked. I thought I didn't make good use of some of the opportunities thrown at me.
Q. Give some handy tips regarding interview that would be of great help to MBA aspirants.
Ans. Be well prepared. It keeps you confident.
Questions related to After Joining MBA
Q. 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?
Ans. I got the school I wanted.
Q. Did work experience help in getting the choice of your school and also in dealing with the curriculum?
Ans. To an extent yes.
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?
Ans. Nothing much.
Q. What is the toughest area to handle in your studies?
Ans. Too many subjects.
Q. Which one is your best subject?
Ans. Financial management.
Q. Is there stress level during studies?
Ans. Moderate stress level.
Q. Who is the best faculty at your B-school?
Ans. Too many to mention.
Q. What's the best and most admirable feature of your institute?
Ans. Gives you a lot of freedom to do things the way you want to.
Q. Scope of development in your existing curriculum.
Ans. No curriculum can be perfect. There are things students should do outside the curriculum.
Q. Getting into and sailing through a B-school is easier for a Science graduate than for someone from Humanities background. Your comments, please.
Ans. Don't agree
Q. Tips for those who wish to do MBA from your school.
Ans. Prepare well. Rest is luck
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