Saturday, July 22, 2006

The Bond Leaves for Wharton


Bond - I cannot find a better word for a ordinary BCom + MCom ( but eccentric or pagal ) guy making it to arguably the best B-School in the planet, Wharton School of Business. Incidentally he is also the owner of the popular MBA forum "Pagalguy.com" . The forum has helped scores of people get into leading B-Schools all over and all of them are indebted to him immensely. Though the forum started as a MBA centric forum it has beautifully branched its activities into many other areas such as community services.

His story is source of inspiration for thousands of wannabe MBA's . He is already making headlines by interviewing none other than the great Marketing Guru Dr. Philip Kotler . I am sure that in the coming years we will hear more of him and his company.

All the very best to him !

4 Comments:

At 2:23 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

MBA is all about academics. He got wharton call because he founded 2 companies. When you write something like Owner of India's largest MBA forum.. you are bound to make impression in interview.

But starting 2 companies and doing MBA at wharton are 2 different things !

 
At 10:23 am, Blogger K.K. said...

@anon - Totally agreed that acads and entrepreneurship are two different things ,but the MBA@Wharton will only facilitate the growth of his ventures. I am sure he has some definite reasons as to why he chose to go to Wharton. Just in case you are not aware he had rejected ISB ( 2 times ) and oxford once. So the bond has something definite up his sleeve.....

 
At 8:37 pm, Anonymous PG said...

KK - thanks for the post! This means a lot :)

@Anon - Didtchoo just assume am here to study? Mwahahahahahhaa :P


Thanks again KK. Keep NASEOH chugging along well and keep adding more volunteers :)

Allwin -

 
At 11:47 pm, Blogger K.K. said...

@PG - Frankly I never expected you to visit my blog .... so its my pleasure .

Yesterday the new batch of 18 students started their journey and so did 2 new volunteers at Naseoh :-) .

Keep rocking at Wharton !

 

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