130 Hours to Placements


This is that time of the year, that every one has been waiting for. The mercenary part of the MBA shows itself up. Every one is immersed in his/her own world, imagining numbers and fat perks and great profiles. Some are thinking of the loan to be paid back, while some are willing to compromise their ego’s in getting a better profile, by having a lower salary. There are others who have their ego’s as their benchmark for salaries, while some eye all the locations of the target company, other than India. I remember when Infy BPO came for the pre placement talks, I was curious about what domain operates out of Mauritius, and pat came a stern looking reply that it was their Disaster Recovery centre..tch tch…not an MBA job at a disaster recovery centre.

I am not too cued in on going abroad, but woudlnt mind, if I have assignments on Honolulu or Jamaica. I guess I am the only one cooling my heels and playing Cricket 2007, when I time off from placecom work, as all others immerse themselves in putting on a serious/studious make up for a week to blow the socks of interviewers. 129  hours to placement week, as I write this post, so the countdown begins. I will be taking some sneak preview pictures this week, to record the placement week blues

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3 Responses to 130 Hours to Placements

  1. Gaurav says:

    All the Best to all Glakers… 🙂

  2. hitesh gupta says:

    Hey Dear,

    I wish you the best ever placement here recorded in GLIMs.

    Regards,
    Hitesh…..

  3. Manik Kinra says:

    All the very best! I am sure you guys are all set to take Great Lakes to the next league!

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