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MBA from IIM (Indian Institute of Management)

 
#1 MBA from IIM (Indian Institute of Management)
25/05/2006 12:18

Joseph P.

Hi All,

How good is an MBA from IIM in India? I have heard that the top global organisations queue up there every year to campus-recruit IIM MBAs for UK and US placements..even BCG, etc. How well is an IIM MBA percieved by the top firms here in the UK?

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#2 Re: MBA from IIM (Indian Institute of Management)
25/05/2006 12:20

tomtom

Never heard of it.

I'd be very wary of getting an MBA from the third world. Why not go to someplace in Europe or the US instead?

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#3 Re: MBA from IIM (Indian Institute of Management)
25/05/2006 12:37

Z

This guy tomtom sounds like a character straight out of "Tom Dick and Harry". I am glad he doesn't project himself as the middle one!

Have you ever tried getting into IIM-A Mr. tommy? You sound like a typical white, supremist, british, ignorant git for whom the world begins and ends with britain/europe/usa.

You are not doing a favour by not going to IIM-A. I can gaurantee you, even if you get in, you won't be ablee to stay there for more than a few couples. The competition and intellectual level is so intense/high.

IIM-A doesn't need an idiot's (like you) stamp of recognition. And what do you mean by "third-world country"? India is better than you american arse-licking europeans.

Mind your bloody views before you express in public forum like this. We don't want scum-bags like tomtom here.

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#4 Ignoramus. Learn, think. Then speak
25/05/2006 12:49

Peters

im sorry but youre nuts. I agree 100% with tom-toms view. 1st, India IS a thirld-world country - and this is defined by the United Nations Economic Forum.

2) In the UK / US you might find some people that recognize what IIM is. I can guarantee you that in other European countries, such as Italy, France and Spain - you would have a HUGE diffulty in explaining what it is and how much its worth.

I dont particularly appreciate your racist comments ( yes, you can be racict towards whites too). What you have just proven is that 1) you are a racist 2) you are ignorant 3) you do not have any class.

Tomtoms message was honest and correct. The IIM does not even appear on the FT's top 100 MBA schools.

If i were you I would apologize - and learn to be humble. Looks like you could use it.

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#5 Re: MBA from IIM (Indian Institute of Management)
25/05/2006 13:34

Accenturian

Look, take yourself and your precious IIM MBA to another message board please. You’re far too rude to engage in a civilised discussion. there's no need for that outburst.

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#6 Re: MBA from IIM (Indian Institute of Management)
25/05/2006 17:15

Mr. Myagi

Class, you don't even know who "tomtom" is. Maybe he's Indian? Maybe, just maybe, he's not a white supremacist.

And just maybe India is a third world country - well, according to those baffoons in the UN.

And just maybe, you've been irrational and reactive. Good to see you've got spirit though if not an inferiority complex.

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#7 Re: Ignoramus. Learn, think. Then speak
25/05/2006 18:13

Professional

I think the above posts represent two opinions which are equally offensive, but on different sides of the scale. On a forum made up of professional Management Consultants, one would hope people would be more respectful towards eachother and have more integrity, despite which country a person may come from. With the views represented above, I would be suprised if the people posting them get very far in the industry.

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#8 Re: Ignoramus. Learn, think. Then speak
25/05/2006 20:46

Doug

I agree entirely with the last post. If you are going to be successful you need some better, more civilised manners; rather more reality; respect for your fellow human beings; and a lot more emotional intelligence.

If any business school is not on and near the pinacle of the top global listings then these days the reality is that anyone spending lots of their own hard-earned money to go there and get their MBA will see no adequate ROI on their investment!

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#9 Re: Ignoramus. Learn, think. Then speak
25/05/2006 23:32

Akish

I agree with the last two posts.

I speak as an Indian myself. The comments by Z are offensive in that India is labelled a third world country. The fact the this is UN Economic Forum's definition is no less helpful.

Equally, the reactionary outburst by my fellow Indian is uneccessary. Listen chap - there's no point fighting prejudice of any kind with more prejudice. It makes no sense whatsoever.

Now let me raise a toast to all rational people:

Long may clear liberal thinking continue!

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