P1: So tell me what are the ""Gunns"" you have
Me: Spoke all of my strengths
P2: So tell me why there is a ""six"" in ""six sigma""
PS- This question was shoot when in one of my strengths I mentioned that I'm six sigma trained apart from my IT roles and responsibilities and completed two six sigma projects in green
Me: Explained them well since I was knowing it(USP :p). Fortunately I felt lucky to have professor in panel who knows about it.
P2: Give me a real world example of six sigma?
Me: (Luckily one example clicked to me) I said well let's take an example of Pizza delivery. If my process says it has to be delivered in 30 min then any variation would be counted as defect. This can be solved through six sigma
(All professors sitting nodded)
P3: So Gunisha, you mentioned that you were guest RJ at 93.5 RedFM? How did you get selected ? What did you do there ? Could you speak about NMIMS CDPI process being an RJ?
Me: Spoke about how I got selected and we played a todka game . Told them complete process being an RJ , starting with "" Superhits 93.5 par me hu Gunisha aapke saath and (suddenly I remembered that I'm speaking in Hindi :p) so I jumped back to English. Was falling short of words but could pull it off
P3: So what is your todka for cracking an interview
Me: (Pause for 2-3 sec)Well according to me, 2 todkas which I believe for cracking an interview are- 1. Just be confident 2. Be yourself
P2: So tell me about your work ? Why MBA ?
Me: Well rehearsed questions
P3: You may always have inter department movements in your company so why MBA?
Me: Explained her that my learning would be industry specific. MBA will give me broader base of exposure
P2: What do you do after office hours?
Me: Spoke about my interest in social service, being master of ceremonies and accessing quora
(P2 and P3 looked at each other and passed a smile)
P3:Whose your inspiration and why?
Me- Spoke about a friend who lost his leg in an accident. Didn't give up, played in Indian international cricket team for diabled and also a Limca book record holder for droving motorcycle for 5331 kms in 17 days)
( READ this STORY HERE!)
P3: What is the difference between Trump policies and Obama policies?
Me: Spoke only one point - Trump is being more of protectionist (anti-globalization) and Obama favours more of globalization
P3: Okay Gunisha, it was nice meeting you. You may leave now, thank you!
Me: Pleasure to meet you all . Thank you!
Overall, a very good experience. Thanks to Mudit sir for boosting me up all the time. I still remember how badly I fumbled in my first mock interview.
""Alls well that ends well""- NMIMS MBA core converted with 176 Rank :)"/> P1: So tell me what are the ""Gunns"" you have
Me: Spoke all of my strengths
P2: So tell me why there is a ""six"" in ""six sigma""
PS- This question was shoot when in one of my strengths I mentioned that I'm six sigma trained apart from my IT roles and responsibilities and completed two six sigma projects in green
Me: Explained them well since I was knowing it(USP :p). Fortunately I felt lucky to have professor in panel who knows about it.
P2: Give me a real world example of six sigma?
Me: (Luckily one example clicked to me) I said well let's take an example of Pizza delivery. If my process says it has to be delivered in 30 min then any variation would be counted as defect. This can be solved through six sigma
(All professors sitting nodded)
P3: So Gunisha, you mentioned that you were guest RJ at 93.5 RedFM? How did you get selected ? What did you do there ? Could you speak about NMIMS CDPI process being an RJ?
Me: Spoke about how I got selected and we played a todka game . Told them complete process being an RJ , starting with "" Superhits 93.5 par me hu Gunisha aapke saath and (suddenly I remembered that I'm speaking in Hindi :p) so I jumped back to English. Was falling short of words but could pull it off
P3: So what is your todka for cracking an interview
Me: (Pause for 2-3 sec)Well according to me, 2 todkas which I believe for cracking an interview are- 1. Just be confident 2. Be yourself
P2: So tell me about your work ? Why MBA ?
Me: Well rehearsed questions
P3: You may always have inter department movements in your company so why MBA?
Me: Explained her that my learning would be industry specific. MBA will give me broader base of exposure
P2: What do you do after office hours?
Me: Spoke about my interest in social service, being master of ceremonies and accessing quora
(P2 and P3 looked at each other and passed a smile)
P3:Whose your inspiration and why?
Me- Spoke about a friend who lost his leg in an accident. Didn't give up, played in Indian international cricket team for diabled and also a Limca book record holder for droving motorcycle for 5331 kms in 17 days)
( READ this STORY HERE!)
P3: What is the difference between Trump policies and Obama policies?
Me: Spoke only one point - Trump is being more of protectionist (anti-globalization) and Obama favours more of globalization
P3: Okay Gunisha, it was nice meeting you. You may leave now, thank you!
Me: Pleasure to meet you all . Thank you!
Overall, a very good experience. Thanks to Mudit sir for boosting me up all the time. I still remember how badly I fumbled in my first mock interview.
""Alls well that ends well""- NMIMS MBA core converted with 176 Rank :)" />
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PI Experience of NMIMS 2017

by GDPI Course by IQuanta|Gunisha Bhojwani on 22nd Feb 2017 • 0 Views

CD was a caselet where a small company that sells some healthcare products. There are 3 sales folks in this company, they came up with requirement to have laptops made available to them post approval granted by owner. Now we as a group had to decide whether it is justified or not and accordingly convince the owner?
I came up with 4-5 new points every time I pitched in and fortunately there was no fish market. Everyone got decent chance to speak.
For the PI, I was the 10th one in my group. They were taking around 15 mins per candidate. There were 3 panelists (2 females and 1 male probably all of them in their mid 40s . It went like this:
P1: So Gunisha , you got very unique name. What does it means?
Me: Explained them well, I used this Hindi word ""Gunn"" or one who possess qualities
P1: So tell me what are the ""Gunns"" you have
Me: Spoke all of my strengths
P2: So tell me why there is a ""six"" in ""six sigma""
PS- This question was shoot when in one of my strengths I mentioned that I'm six sigma trained apart from my IT roles and responsibilities and completed two six sigma projects in green
Me: Explained them well since I was knowing it(USP :p). Fortunately I felt lucky to have professor in panel who knows about it.
P2: Give me a real world example of six sigma?
Me: (Luckily one example clicked to me) I said well let's take an example of Pizza delivery. If my process says it has to be delivered in 30 min then any variation would be counted as defect. This can be solved through six sigma
(All professors sitting nodded)
P3: So Gunisha, you mentioned that you were guest RJ at 93.5 RedFM? How did you get selected ? What did you do there ? Could you speak about NMIMS CDPI process being an RJ?
Me: Spoke about how I got selected and we played a todka game . Told them complete process being an RJ , starting with "" Superhits 93.5 par me hu Gunisha aapke saath and (suddenly I remembered that I'm speaking in Hindi :p) so I jumped back to English. Was falling short of words but could pull it off
P3: So what is your todka for cracking an interview
Me: (Pause for 2-3 sec)Well according to me, 2 todkas which I believe for cracking an interview are- 1. Just be confident 2. Be yourself
P2: So tell me about your work ? Why MBA ?
Me: Well rehearsed questions
P3: You may always have inter department movements in your company so why MBA?
Me: Explained her that my learning would be industry specific. MBA will give me broader base of exposure
P2: What do you do after office hours?
Me: Spoke about my interest in social service, being master of ceremonies and accessing quora
(P2 and P3 looked at each other and passed a smile)
P3:Whose your inspiration and why?
Me- Spoke about a friend who lost his leg in an accident. Didn't give up, played in Indian international cricket team for diabled and also a Limca book record holder for droving motorcycle for 5331 kms in 17 days)
( READ this STORY HERE!)
P3: What is the difference between Trump policies and Obama policies?
Me: Spoke only one point - Trump is being more of protectionist (anti-globalization) and Obama favours more of globalization
P3: Okay Gunisha, it was nice meeting you. You may leave now, thank you!
Me: Pleasure to meet you all . Thank you!
Overall, a very good experience. Thanks to Mudit sir for boosting me up all the time. I still remember how badly I fumbled in my first mock interview.
""Alls well that ends well""- NMIMS MBA core converted with 176 Rank :)

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