Essay on Sop for Mba

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My journey of life, if seen through the prism of History, would reveal how I have grown from a modest background in an environment of close-knit family ties, amidst the trials and tribulations of destiny. I consider myself fortunate enough to be brought up in a small town called Hiriyur. This, incidentally, acted as my window to see the backward aspects of a semi-urban lifestyle, bereft of the structural manifestations of urban opportunities. My upbringing in the company of four members, in a conservative atmosphere -- my parents, one elder sister has imbibed in me the spirit of togetherness as the means of progression in life. It taught me how we can overcome the most trying of circumstances, thereby enabling us to absorb the physical and…show more content…
I always wanted to start a company of my own and I never wanted to be under the control of any one. I also have the passion of leading life of my own and in my own terms. I have a lot of ideas, fire inside me and want to bring wings to that fire.
In Infosys I worked majorly in two accounts. One in Sony account as a developer, production support executive in Oracle ERP package and other in Emerson account as developer in oracle ERP. My experience with IT firm, and the lessons learnt from my parents career proclaimed me to pursue MBA in one of the prestigious management schools and implement the knowledge I would gain in my masters in life and be a successful, self satisfied personnel. Through this approach of viewing the past, I would be able to analyze existing business practices and the emerging trends for business case studies of my MBA curriculum.

My short-term post-MBA goal is to work in a management position for 4-5 years in an MNC dealing with international business and acquire sufficient exposure to different market scenarios. This would equip me to learn the overall functioning of different departments of an organization, how they complement and contradict each other, how managerial decisions are made after reconciling these forces, traits of international markets and the way companies realign their operations in accordance with the
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