Compulsory Questions

Compulsory Questions

  • Submitted By: aditi24
  • Date Submitted: 02/04/2009 11:18 PM
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Each answer must be about 750 words long. Answering each of the following questions is compulsory.

Describe yourself, emphasizing your strengths and weaknesses and the major influences that have shaped your personality

If one were to ask about me I would describe myself as a very pleasant, diverse, active and intelligent man . I think one of my most distinguishing characteristics is the diversity of experiences I possess. I am a man with technical aptitude and an interest in management. I’m a Mechanical Engineer hailing from Chandigarh , India. My Professional career spans over ten years (as on Nov 2008) and in these ten years firstly I have been part of a diversified global conglomerate Punj Llyod Limited, providing Engineering & Construction services in Oil & Gas and Petrochemicals.I joined this organization in Nov, 1998 as an Engineer Trainee and promoted to Senior Engineer over a span of 3 years keeping in view of my consistent good performance. In 2001, I joined Maruti Suzuki India limited, the leading automobile manufacturer in India as an Assistant Manager in the Production Engineering Division, the time was ripe for me to move up the ladder. That’s when I decided to get my MBA. I love cooking investing in stock market and am interested in moving towards a career of strategy/ strategic consultation..
I believe life is a learning experience and we all have certain personal strengths and weaknesses. Knowing what we are good at and what we are weak in can help us to become better people. Recognizing weaknesses along with having the desire to improve on them is a skill that I have.

Professionally, I am a person who firmly believes in the principle that work, irrespective of its nature and magnitude, should be done the right way, in the first attempt. By following this simple yet subtle principle not only can one cut the time required to do the job but also save effort and minimize wastage. This is a valuable lesson that I owe to the Japanese...

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