Personal Interview at NITIE Mumbai
Personal Interview is the final stage in the typical admission process of a b-school. One has to prepare well in advance before appearing for an interview.
Here’s a real insight into Personal Interview process of NITIE Mumbai by Varun Saxena, a PGDIM student at NITIE.
Q. How did you prepare for the interview?
I prepared by enhancing my knowledge in my work experience domain. Apart from this, I focused on current affairs presentation coupled with latest happenings in my engineering domain.
Q. How many interview calls did you get and from which institutes? How many and which ones of these could you actually convert to a final call?
I had calls from: IIFT, NITIE, MDI, SIBM, SCMHRD, IMT Ghaziabad, IMI New Delhi, GIM Goa
Converts: NITIE, SIBM, IMT Ghaziabad
Did not attend: IMI New Delhi, GIM Goa
Q. Date and location of Interview. Were you given the option to choose the date and place for interview? Was the interview date fixed or re-scheduled couple of times? Was the interview venue changed or scheduled as per your convenience?
No option of date and place for interview was given.
Q. Can you tell us about the panel that interviewed you?
It was a mix of professors from college and industry people.
Q. How long was your interview?
My interview went for 30 min.
Q. What kind of questions were you asked? Were they specific to any particular area?
My entire interview went on ERP, SAP and SCM as all the things were in sync with my work experience.
Q. What were the first question, the most interesting question, and the most difficult question?
First Question: Why so many people from Infosys coming for MBA ?
Most interesting question: End points of Supply Chain
Difficult question: Question on the Rectifiers
Q. While facing the panel, were you confident, did you feel prepared?
Yes, I felt prepared.
Q. Write a brief about your Interview experience.
Interview was entirely on the lines of my work experience with few HR questions. The institute is known to be the leader in Supply Chain Management across B-School arena, and my interview included the questions on same as well as it could be related to my work ex.
Few technical questions were asked on my engineering background as well. Rest, the panel was very friendly and did not put under stress.
Q. Was any feedback given to you? What feedback did you receive from the panel at the end of session?
No feedback was given to any candidate.
Q. How would you rate your performance in the Interview?
Q. Areas where you could have performed better in your interview?
Few questions on my engineering background could have been answered in a better way.
Q. Give some handy tips regarding interview that would be of great help to MBA aspirants.
Introspect well and know yourself in and out before going for the interview.
- Be thorough with your work ex in case you have work experience
- Know your subjects in graduation stream well
- Prepare “ Tell something about yourself” very well
- Know your short term and long term goals
- Why MBA should be connected to my goals
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