International Management Institute, Delhi (2010 - 11)

The process of selection at IMI consists of a Group Discussion, an Essay and a Personal Interview.
Feedback - Group Discussion
Average Duration : 15 mins.
No. of Panelists : 3
  • Telemarketing is beneficial for the society.
  • Is Hockey really the national game?
  • Honor Killings: the way out
  • Is Indian economy losing its sheen?
  • Corporate social responsibility is important for Indian business houses.
Feedback - Essays
Average Duration : 15 mins.
  • Higher education in India.
  • Corruption in India
  • Should India indulge in organizing expensive sporting events?
  • Women's' reservation in the parliament
  • Challenges for entrepreneurs in India
  • Do MBA people need to be taught manners?
Feedback - Personal Interview
Average Duration : 10 mins.
No. of Panelists : 3
  • Excerpts From Interview 1 : Why did you choose this college? Do you have any placements? Have you applied off campus? You have data warehousing as a subject. Where is it used? What do you read in business? Any magazines? Not updating yourself on business matters clearly indicates that you are not interested in Business at all. So why MBA? What is your family background? (candidate had some import-export business). What documents are required for that? How do you pay for these international transactions? What's china's currency? What about Singapore's? Who decides the exchange rate? What tax you pay in importing. You don't even know the basics of your business, why are you here?
  • Excerpts From Interview 2 : Since you are the first one to be interviewed, is there any advantage? Why MBA? Since you are so good in academics, why do you want to go for MBA and rather than pursuing IT sector? What is cloud computing? What do you think about leadership? Are you a good leader? How do you scale yourself on the scale of 1 to 10 on: 1. intelligence 2. street smartness 3. Fooling others 4. Hardworking. What are your hobbies? Tell us about your skill sets that are useful in MBA.
  • Excerpts From Interview 3 : Introduce yourself. Why your academics haven't been great? What about your extracurricular activities? (candidate mentioned about Teach India campaign) Do you teach children about hygiene? What is the specific focus area for teaching underprivileged kids? Why did you join Teach India? Why management when your parents are into education? So you play football? What exactly do you want to do in football industry? Tell me three things that you would do right now to improve football in India. We don't get sports management firms here for placement. How will you fulfill your aspirations? You sport passionate about what you want to do, but for how long have you thought of it as a profession?
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