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MBA after MBBS

Since joining ISB I have received a lot of queries from other doctors and healthcare professionals about healthcare management, the opportunities for doctors after an MBA and getting into a b-school like ISB. The following is an attempt to write about all that I know on each of the above points. I’ll keep adding stuff here in bits and pieces so its not going to be really organised. Leave me a comment if you want more info and I’ll try and write about it.

Disclaimer: This info is not officially from ISB and is what I understand of the admission procedure here. If after reading this, you don’t get in, don’t blame me!!

Q. What are the opportunities available to doctors after an MBA?
A. After an MBA a doctor could get into one of the following industries:

  • Healthcare services delivery (hospitals, hospital chains)
  • Pharmaceutical companies
  • Biotech companies
  • Healthcare consulting
  • NGOs

The functional areas where you could get in are (by industry):

  • Healthcare services delivery (hospitals, hospital chains)
    • Marketing and customer relations
    • Sales
    • Operations – This is where I’ve got a job now with Apollo Hyderabad
    • Business development
  • Pharmaceutical and biotech companies
    • Marketing and customer relations
    • Sales
    • Operations
    • Business development
    • Licensing
    • Discovery project management and evaluation
    • Medico-marketing

Q. How should I prepare to get into a B-school?
A. I’ll concentrate on how to apply for ISB. These points would generally apply to most US & European B-schools. IIMs is a different ball-game and I suggest talking to a current student or alum from an IIM. Send an email to one of the IIM’s alumni association. I had a pleasant experience there and got a lot of responses.

ISB will look at the following parts of your application to decide whether you fit in or not:

  • Essays
  • Work Experience
  • Recommendations
  • GMAT
  • Interview

Your application will most probably be compared with people from similar backgrounds, for e.g. techies will be compared with other techies and doctors with other doctors.

At the outset let me clarify that GMAT is not the only criteria for admission. Each of the above points will be weighted more or less equally, so concentrate on all of them!

Essays
ISB will ask you to write 4-5 essays as part of your application. The topics vary from year to year so take a look at the application and write. Ensure that there are no spelling or grammatical mistakes and above all be honest. An interviewer can usually find out if you are dishonest! I guess it might be OK to discuss the essay with family and friends, but its definitely not OK to get a professional to write it for you. ISB will definitely find out if its written by a pro.

Work Experience
Here you tell ISB about what you’ve done in your career till now. On the basis of this ISB assesses what skills you possess or have acquired. Tell them all that you have done, don’t be shy, but don’t write anything you have not actually done!

Recommendations
ISB requires you to send 2 recos with your application. According to me the best recos would be from your supervisors/bosses at work. It’s a pretty comprehensive document. Make sure the person who writes the reco knows you well. Don’t try and fudge the reco or fill it up for the recommender! Ask the recommender to fill it up, sign it and give it to you in a sealed envelope, with their signature across the seal.

GMAT
Last, but not the least, the GMAT. ISB’s average GMAT score has been rising and our batch (2007 batch) has an average of 706! If you get anything below 650, then you might wanna retake the exam, unless you have something exceptional in your profile, essay or work experience.

While I was preparing for my MBA admission, I was also taking coaching for CAT. This helped me a lot with the Maths. Then, I took a short course at Kaplan for the GMAT, did some questions and full-length tests, and went and gave the exam. Got decent marks and that was the end of it.

You should also read this excellent article – 10 secrets for getting into a top B-school
I agree with all the points in this article, except point 4. I agree with the part about not rushing your application but not with the part about round 1. I think you should apply for round 1 only, but ensure you start your preparation and application process well in time so that you do not rush the application. This will especially be true for MBBS grads since they might take more time preparing for the maths parts of the exams.

Q. Does ISB consider my MBBS internship as work experience?
A. Yes! (IIMs don’t) Not anymore.

Q. Does ISB consider my 3 years of MD/MS as work experience?
A. Gray area-ISB did not consider it till now, but that seems to be changing. Call or write to the admissions office for clarifications.

55 Comments

  1. hey rahul… if i have to do mba after mbbs, den mba wud be in which field?, coz am totally ignorant if there are any subtypes or bramches in mba, plz reply

    • Rahul

      August 31, 2011 at 5:28 PM

      Deekshu: There can be various specialisations for MBAs also – marketing, finance, HR, strategy, etc. I suggest you see the websites of a few good schools and understand these specialisations.

  2. hey one query ..what should be the cgpa….. ?

    how does one calculate it…based on ? the highest score possible or the highest in the university or college….

    regards..

  3. Rahul Sir thanks alot for replying..

    I had another query if u can help me out with it …

    What if I go for MBA in health care management i.e. MHA from US..will I b any preferred over other graduates coz am MBBS and having a clinical background as far as jobs are concerned in hospitals like wockhardt,fortis or any other corporate hospitals for that matter..n will I b paid more coz m a doctor??

    • Rahul

      August 31, 2011 at 5:27 PM

      Kunjan: I don’t think Indian hospitals would prefer a foreign grad over Indian grads, but it should not be disadvantage either. Though the MBBS can be an advantage for getting the job, salary may not be more.

  4. Hi Rahul
    First off all thanks to your awesome effort. I have searched internet widely and have rarely found such a great info for doctors wanting to do MBA.
    I am a 27 years old MBBS doctor with one year experience so far. I had 91% in 10th and 74 % in 12th plus lots of extra co-curricular activities participation and good positions certificates. I have been a very bright student all through out my life and but in medical college I was on the average side with failing 2 subjects in first year. Somehow I am loosing the interest in medicine more. I am preparing for USA medical entrance exams but now I am seriously thinking of doing MBA.
    1.Although you have seriously mentioned earlier about being concerned for salary but please answer my this query that what will be the salary packages after doing MBA.I am not afraid of working hard but I just wanted to have an idea that what can be the salary approx in this field. I am just worried that I should do the change of career with calculated risks. Also I will have lot of family pressure against this change. I know asking again about salary can irk you but please excuse me. I would love to have an idea how much I can earn with this change of career. I am asking this because some of my friends say that as a doctor after doing MBA you dont earn high end packages (unless you do MBA from IIM) and it can turn out to be a dead end even.I love working hard and would love to work hard in life. But somehow in medicine I am unable to develop a strong interest after so many years. I have been a team player, actively participated in cultural functions in college time and an extrovert personality as such. I love to work hard and then earn well too but work in a field where I can feel more connected.
    2. I am more interested towards pharma sector in business development or marketing and customer relation. Please do tell something how is the future in these fields and pharma as such. And in your opinion which is the best sector for doctor to join.
    3.Please tell which option is better: to do MBA from India (good institute) or abroad (like USA)
    4.How much time is required to prepare for these exams and as a doctor what will be the difficulties I shall come across preparing for these exams.
    5.Please advice me as I am in a big dilemma at this point in life and I am lucky i found your webpage. To me you like a "MENTOR" that I have been searching for.
    DO REPLY.
    THANKS

    • Rahul

      August 31, 2011 at 5:25 PM

      Doc_G:
      1. As I said, salary depends on a lot of factors. You definitely need to get into a good institute to earn salaries above 10 lakhs. Remember, the healthcare sector does not pay as much as IT or Finance, but you do get better stability and long-term prospects.

      2. Pharma is a good area for doctors in both BD/Sales and Marketing.

      3. If you want to stay in India, choose and Indian school.

      4. Anywhere from 6 months to a year, depending on the amount of time you can commit to this and how well you fare in the mocks.

      • Thankssss a ton for the prompt reply. You are awesome.
        1. I have 11 months experience so far. If I do some observership abroad or some research fellowship will it add to my work ex. As you say ISB prefers 2 years work ex.
        2. How difficult is the mathematics section in exam. I was bright in maths till 10th (got 99). But for doctors is it troublesome?
        3. Also is it so that doctors can go to other specializations like HR and finance. Is it practically possible? I heard couple of years ago an AIIMS graduate from IIM- A had the highest package and went into a completely non-healthcare field.
        3. I want to keep my options open and I wont mind working abroad. So what should I do to keep options open?
        4. What advice you will give me to when to give these exams.
        5. Regarding salary, I want to make a change in career but I just wish to earn as much as I could as a specialist doctor. In India in private sector, mid career level income of good doctors is easily around or above 15-20 lakhs. After working hard and doing MBA from good place, do doctors cross this figure easily or there is some saturation point. I am asking about this because I know MBA sounds lucrative but all things have some ground realities and I think one should consider them and make a well informed decision.
        In the end, again big thanks to you for creating this blog. I shall request you to keep in touch and be my mentor. My email id is: sharma.gaurav1611 at the rate hotmail

  5. sir, i am an mbbs student from a private medical college and my percentage is around 50 to 55%…….i really enjoy .. management.. but i have never had mathematics in my 12th as a subject..,will that be a problem in preparing for G-MAT or CAT

    in all the previous queries u had mentioned that work experience is the most important thing… so what kind of work experience do they look in a mbbs student who has just finished her internship or please guide me in my time of preparing for admissions what are the jobs that i should look for?…….that would add me an additional point in the interview

  6. what kind of work experience do they expect in a mbbs graduate .. who wants to join in mba

  7. hi rahul,

    i m doing my internship these days.
    m tired of just mugging the subjects and have lost all my interest in medical career.
    so now i am thinking to go for MBA rather than an MD/MS degree.
    i want to appear for CAT and get into an IIM or sum other gud B-school. but i have no work experience and more-over, i have dropped my 2 yrs after +2 for clearing my PMT. the IIM sites says that except from the CAT scores they also take into account one’s academic background and how one has performed. will that be a problem even if i clear CAT with good scores but no work experience and being a drop-out ???
    pls do reply…. waiting eagerly.

  8. hi rahul,

    i m doing my internship these days.
    m tired of just mugging the subjects and have lost all my interest in medical career.
    so now i am thinking to go for MBA rather than an MD/MS degree.
    i want to appear for CAT and get into an IIM or sum other gud B-school. but i have no work experience and more-over, i have dropped my 2 yrs after +2 for clearing my PMT. the IIM sites says that except from the CAT scores they also take into account one's academic background and how one has performed. will that be a problem even if i clear CAT with good scores but no work experience and being a drop-out ???
    pls do reply…. waiting eagerly.

  9. hi..i am guddu…m a 3rd year student in mbbs…..want to know about the advantage of doing mba after mbbs from view point of salary……also do the past academic results counts in the way of selection in iim……

  10. i have a year lag in my mbbs course…..will it matter during the selection of iim???

  11. hi sir….i want to know do past academic records comes in the way of selection in iims or isb …..and in future placement??? my percentage is 84.8% and 789.1% in class 10 and 12 respectively….can i get a seat in iim if i score very good in cat exam.??

  12. Seeking admission in an MBA college is a tough job. But, if you prepare yourself for the interview and group discussion around, you can crack it easily.

  13. Dear Rahul,
    I am a mbbs graduate with more than 5 years experience.Now I want to change my feild.So thinking of MBA.Can I do a online course.For that should I write an exam.If you have any idea about such courses please inform.Will there be any scope in gulf countries after MBA?Please I you dont mind answer to my questions in my email Id.
    Thanks
    Jeena.

  14. Hi Sir,
    Your blog is really very encouraging for those wanting to pursue MBA.Thanks a lot for your help.I have completed BDS & want to do MBA .What kind of work does an MBA perform? I will be appearing for exam next year.Till then I will work in a private clinic.Will this experience count?In which field should I do MBA?
    Looking forward to your reply.
    Regards.

  15. hi rahul! i jus see this blog, n m like,cool m not the only one with crazy questions! πŸ™‚ n thanks for all tat uve been doin. here i go!
    m done wit my mbbs,a couple of months left for internship to be done.i see myself as an awesome doc!(believe me, i had my doubts wen i 1st started my grad,yrs ago,against my will)
    i’ve always been intersted in management courses and i see myself switchin my career somewhere down the line,jus not sure how soon that is.
    currently,i’m in this adrenaline rush to fly,meet people and explore my options u know,so i want to go to the U.S(got a couple of my relatives over thr) do a course which doesnt have to be med(i say this cuz USMLE takes time money and energy when i dont really like to settle over thr).so this is where my interest in management comes up.
    i’d like to ask u,how far is it good to pursue management in the US compared to ISB,or should i just buy my time doing any other course like economics(i’m interested in this too:) ) and then come back to india and then do it in ISB?
    sorry to sound crazy,hope its worth replyin πŸ™‚

  16. Hi! rahul, presently i am in 5th term mbbs, in delhi… the thing is medical profession is not my passion, i have totally lost intrest in this feild…. Now i am intrested in business and management… So, i want to ask u that how should i prepare for CAT, which coaching institute is best in delhi,…. Which branch in MBA is most promising in terms of fat packages?

    Thanxxx.

  17. Hi rahul,

    I am postgraduate student in Pathology. I wish to study ahead after MD but im confused as to what education will be more lucrative….I ve had friend and my juniors from IIMs earning much more than any Pathologists in my city (mumbai). I thought of an option of a PhD in Molecular Pathology abroad, but its too time consuming……..certainly being doctors all of us complain abt the long yrs we spend in studyin….

    Considering MBA….wht kind of MBA do u think will suite the best for a Pathogist….HR/Markting/Operations/Finance or something else….like the MHA kinds???

  18. hi rahul,
    i realy dont know whether i m fit to comment in this blog..i am a second year student doing my bachelors in science i.e bsc.fnd(food nutrition and dietetics) since my course is concerned with a medical stream.i am writing at your blog..i am just in second year,stil i am very much into MBA .but my little knowledge on the same makes me ask you this.mba in which stream would be appropriate,if i could find myself as a nutritionist too in the stream i woud work later.?hope my query wold be considered..

  19. I am 49.I was in govt job for 10 years, then I got admission into JNU MCh. Public Health but couldnt complete due to personal reasons, then i worked in a 100 bed hospital in the capacity of deputy director in a district town of bihar.I was also research director in a national level NGO for last 6 years.what are my chances of being accepted as an mba student in isb.my gmat score is 710. thankyou.

  20. i hv my last yr in mbbs .. want to do MHA ahead bt na gttin ny ideas f reputed colleges in delhi or outside delhi . will u hepl me out in diz ?

  21. Dr SImranjit Singh Bhatti

    October 9, 2011 at 3:23 PM

    hi doctor,,
    thanks for your blog, very helping it is. i have one and half years of experience post mbbs, really interested in mba. can you please let me know what kind of work these firms/companies offer us as a doctor?? and at present where you are working, what kind of work is yours?? and starting package if one do mba from ISB and IIM’S..
    waiting for ur reply.
    regards

  22. hi sir,
    i completed my internship in nov2010 am preparing fr pg nw bt not interested in dis.wanted to mba in us b school please let me know the details how to prepare for this. my scores 10th 85% 12th88% and mbbs67% i have no work experience.

  23. sir m very litl1 to comment r8 now..bt i hv a question..i am in 12th..i want to study mbbs..bt my cousin is in final mbbs nd he advised me not to go for mbbs bcoz there is no money at all..he advised me for btech then mba..what u say?bt recently i came to know about medical tourism from net..they are saying doctors salary alrdy increased alot nd wl rise much more in near future like it field..so what is ur opinion…

  24. Dr Sanal Katyal

    October 28, 2011 at 3:55 AM

    Hello Everyone
    Its great to see so many doctors interested in taking up Management. I completed my BDS from Manipal University, India in 2010. I was also not interested to pursue a Post Grad in Dentistry and was more interested on the management side of things. So I was planning to take up Healthcare Management as my career. But after a lot of research, I decided that a General management degree would make more sense as I already have a healthcare related qualification in my CV. Currently, I am pursuing Masters in Business and Management from Warwick Business School, UK. This is my facebook profile link.

    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000155255224&ref=ts#!/profile.php?id=100000850274068

    It would be great to connect with like minded people. And Thanks Dr Rahul for creating this blog.
    Cheers!!

  25. hello..
    this is hitashi..i have copleted my graduation in pharmaceutical science this year….n i am really confused what to do next..i got through the GPAT(held for getting admisssion in m pharm)…bt i dont want to do m pharm..,,n my father want me to do MBBS.as i m 20 now…he says i should try to get admission in a good medical college..does it make any sence..?? i m damn confused about my carer…what shud i do now..?

  26. mustakeem a patrl

    November 9, 2011 at 11:51 PM

    an awesome job by u dr.rahul.i am a bds hav passed recently but m not interested in pg studies.i forsee mba or hospital administration as a good career firstly what is the diff betwn the former and the latter?also how much work experience i require?
    and finally what is isb?and how is it diff from iim?

  27. Dear Dr Rahul:
    Your replies to the fratenity leaves me to ask the obvious question digging in my mind for long…cracking the ISBs/IIMs, am from the medical field (BAMS) & working with a healthcare company for past 4 years. After all the efforts to upgrade my propectus in the industry i though there could be no better choice than doing an MBA from a decent B-School (off course the 1 year programs).
    Would be a kind favour if you can guide wrt the admissions/GMAT preps (espcially for Dr, since maths been a vintage)/career graphs…
    Also my academics were average:
    10th- 78%, 12th-75% & Final BAMS- 62%, have also completed a PGD in Hospital Mng through distance..
    Am planning to prepare for the 1 yr executive MBA/PGP programs from IIMa,IIMc,ISB…

    Looking forward for your valuable guidance..

    -Regards,
    Dr Avadhut

  28. Hello rahul
    i have cmpltd my mbbs n internshp 2yrs back.havin 2yrs of work exp in a gen hospital.
    Juz wantd to knw wat r t branches in MBA,hw much time s requird to prepare fr t mba entrances,wat vl b fees for t whole course,n wat type of preparation s needed to crack the entrance..

  29. Hi Rahul,
    Can you please explain in detail the job profile and opportunities for a MBBS graduate with MBA in each of the industries you have listed at the top of the page.
    I got an interview call from ISB last year and I am applying again this year. I need to get more clarity on opportunities available for a MBBS graduate with MBA to make a career choice. I understand that it is difficult to tell an exact salary but can you give me an average salary for each of the industries?
    Thankyou.

  30. Hello Rahul,

    Very nice to see your blog and you guiding people. I have a query for you and would very much appreciate if you could guide me through this.

    I completed MPH after MBBS and I am currently working for a Pharma company in Pharmacovigilance.
    I havent been interested in Clinics and was very much fascinated with the coorporate culture , hence I am into Pharma. I aim to be a project manager in future.

    I am also thinking of doing a MBA degree that would enhance my qualifications and help me climb the ladder. I am not sure what specialisation I should focus on. Eg;
    Should I opt for a General MBA program / Project management/ Operations etc.

    Can you guide me through this?

    Many thanks,

    Anmol.

  31. Hi rahul,

    I have done bachelors in ayurvedic medicine and surgery and masters in clinical research. I am an ISB aspirant and preparing for GMAT. i have work exp of three yrs. Please throw some light in my chances of making to ISB.

  32. I am a medico and was much interested in managemet studies
    I am ready to pay for my mba or mha in that case can i get adnisn where ever i want

  33. hi rahul, first of all thanks a lot for starting this blog.i am a dentist pursuing pgdm in an autonomous institute in bangalore. i am in my second sem and have to take up a 2 specializations. Our institute offers the following specializations:
    fianance, HR, marketing and operations research.i wanted you to advice me as to which specialisation should i opt.and how would the specialisation help me get a good job.

  34. Hi Rahul

    I m in 11th class now with medical.After mbbs can I crack CAT because i m weak in maths..?Is there a possiblity of getting into IIM after doing b.com from SRCC as i have ST category…plz suggest whether to do MBBS or B.com from SRCC to get into IIM…?

  35. Hi Rahul,

    I’m happy to have found your blog.
    You are really helping us a lot with our queries.
    I’ve read your replies to your earlier posts and found them quite informative.
    I’m almost done with my internship and i’m weighing my post grad opportunities against each other and its taking its toll on my courage when i think about switching my career from being a doctor to a manager/entrepreneur.
    I could either take up post grad in surgery/radiology or join a good b-school like an IIM or the ISB after working for an year.
    My query is more on the personal front.

    – Primarily ,I’d like to know your reasons for having taken up this stream and more about your hands on experience in this field since you’ve already made it there.
    – I’d like to know how the two professional lives differ.
    – Will this career option pay us well in terms of monetary gain as well as the satisfaction(could be subjective) it provides?
    -If i believe that an entrepreneur has it in himself and doesn’t really need an MBA to get it out ,in that case, can you tell me in what ways can i be wrong? In other words, how can an MBA program help our personality?
    -I’d like to know more about the life after an MBA in rich detail.

    Since I live in hyderabad, I’d be glad if i can have an interview in person.
    I’m sure that 5-10 mins of your time would probably help me take a major decision.
    – Tarun
    xtar.gx@gmail.com

  36. Hi Rahul,

    I'm happy to have found your blog.
    You are really helping us a lot with our queries.
    I've read your replies to your earlier posts and found them quite informative.
    I'm almost done with my internship and i'm weighing my post grad opportunities against each other and its taking its toll on my courage when i think about switching my career from being a doctor to a manager/entrepreneur.
    I could either take up post grad in surgery/radiology or join a good b-school like an IIM or the ISB after working for an year.
    My query is more on the personal front.

    – Primarily ,I'd like to know your reasons for having taken up this stream and more about your hands on experience in this field since you've already made it there.
    – I'd like to know how the two professional lives differ.
    – Will this career option pay us well in terms of monetary gain as well as the satisfaction(could be subjective) it provides?
    -If i believe that an entrepreneur has it in himself and doesn't really need an MBA to get it out ,in that case, can you tell me in what ways can i be wrong? In other words, how can an MBA program help our personality?
    -I'd like to know more about the life after an MBA in rich detail.

    Since I live in hyderabad, I'd be glad if i can have an interview in person.
    I'm sure that 5-10 mins of your time would probably help me take a major decision.
    – Tarun
    xtar.gx@gmail.com

  37. hi Rahul… god bless you that you are doing best work of giving guidance to the people who are even though done many things in life but still seeking career that they actually need …

    i just want to know where are you working right now .. and your pay scale from start point to up till now …. how much and time period it is increased ?

  38. sir,

    Im pursing final semester mba (hr) in kerala..Nw i like to go for medicine….Im really n doubt about my decision.. plz give me a suggestion.

  39. hey sir
    im pursuing my 4th sem mba…i just planning to go for mbbs..also started preparing for it……. im in doubt ??? is it a right decision or not?? p

  40. SIR,
    im precy, nw doin 4th sem mba…i just planned to go for mbbs ..my parents are so supportive but is it weird to go mbbs after mba..my graduation was in physics and hr as specilisation n mba….. im interested to go for mbbs, really n doubt what to do.the thing is that at 30 years only i will get the mbbs graduation…….plzzzzzzzzzzzzzz help meeeeee.

  41. Hi Sir,I have done master in physiotherapy from KEM,Mumbai. scored 82%in 12th.72%in degree and 62% in PG degree.i have got 2 yrs of experience.I am confused whether to do MBA in HR as i am inclined towards it or MHA for the better placement? I want to ask whether my medical background will cause problem in placement if i go for MBA?
    Thanks for your work.
    Sir please reply.will keep checking for it.it would be great help for me.

  42. Hi Sir,i am into my final months of internship at government medical college at Kanpur. I am going to start off with the preperations and coaching for GMAT at Delhi, kindly guide me through as to what part time course to opt post internship in Delhi to add to my credentials in making it to a good B school,should i opt a one year Diploma Course or anything else just to add to the extra curricular part of my academics

  43. hi rahul sir, im presently in my 3 yr mbbs; i am vexed wid medicine; i want to do an mba from one of the iim’s….i heard work experience is needed…shud i work for 2 yrs after mbbs to fuflfill d procedure of qualification …….plzz guide me …i want to prepare from now………

  44. Sir,being an mbbs grad, seeking admission to the top b schools abroad through GMAT kindly outline the jobs to go in for post internship to enhance my chances of getting into a b school

  45. thk u very much MR. rahul,,, this information is really helpful. i got solutions to many questions i had. thk u once again.

  46. well done Rahul,i really appreciate that u have helped a lot of ppl here, glad to know that still there r ppl around , who can take time out for helping others πŸ™‚

  47. Hello Rahul,
    Thanks for this excellent blog. My name is Sam from Canada and my li’l bro is in India doing his MBBS. He is having a hard time to pass his MBBS ( he is an average student but he is trying his level best). I dont think that we will be able to get him to MD by paying huge amount, just wondering what are the other oppurtunities available for him ? I absolutely have no idea in this field and very much concerned about him. He is already 26 and dont know how to proceed. Could you or anyone who reads this comment have some advice? What are the oppurtunities in research sector? (Like working for some pharma companies) OR will he be getting a good job if he complete his MBA something? I know there are so many people out there after finishing their MBA looking for job, so will he be having some weightage if he do MBA after MBBS? Is there any good diploma programs available in India (without breaking the bank) to pursue ? How much may a diploma program will cost if he wanted to take up that? Could you kindly take a moment to answer my questions? Thanking you in advance.

  48. Sir,
    I am an MBBS from GMC, Amritsar.
    Grade 10- 88%
    Grade 12- 70%
    MBBS- 63%

    I have always loved Biology beyond extremes so I can’t say that I was forced for MBBS. But I faced many problems during graduation. I always wanted MD Medicine. But during Internship I faced harassment which, coupled with meeting two senior boys preparing for GMAT, somehow led me prepare for MBA. I was above-average in Mathematics as well. I have got a PI call from NMIMS (Narsee Monjee Institute Of Management Studies). I am really worried about the SOP. I think many candidates get rejected for incomplete/irrelevant SOP. And I js don’t want to lose my chance for any such reason. PLEASE GUIDE ME. I need your help at the earliest. Today is the last day for sending the documents. I am sorry for being so late at contacting you.

  49. Sir,
    I am an MBBS from GMC, Amritsar.
    Grade 10- 88%
    Grade 12- 70%
    MBBS- 63%

    I have always loved Biology beyond extremes so I can’t say that I was forced for MBBS. But I faced many problems during graduation. I always wanted MD Medicine. But during Internship I faced harassment which, coupled with meeting two senior boys preparing for GMAT, somehow led me prepare for MBA. I was above-average in Mathematics as well. I have got a PI call from NMIMS (Narsee Monjee Institute Of Management Studies). I am really worried about the SOP. I think many candidates get rejected for incomplete/irrelevant SOP. And I js don’t want to lose my chance for any such reason. PLEASE GUIDE ME. I need your help at the earliest. Today is the last day for sending the documents. I am sorry for being so late at contacting you.

  50. hi rahul,
    i’m from manipal,nepal and am in the 3rd mbbs.i wish to do my mba from a reputed college in india.could u help me with the procedure of applying as a nepali applicant.
    waiting for your reply.

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