Mini Aggarwal is probably the only person in FORE School of Management, New Delhi, who is not intrigued by her own dramatic shift from being a hard core technologist, to studying business at the FORE School of Management, New Delhi. To Mini, going for a PGDM-degree from a top-grade B-school like FORE School of Management, New Delhi, after acquiring a BE in Metallurgy, is a matter of natural progression.
"My BE in Metallurgy has helped me gain the requisite technical knowledge and increase my analytical skills, but in the long-term, one needs to have that extra bit, to differentiate him or her in the corporate world. A PGDM from the FORE School of Management, New Delhi, equips you with exactly that kind of knowledge, makes you an all-rounder, and helps you build skills required to succeed in today's competition. In the future, I see myself working as a senior finance manager in a reputed company. I'm counting on the excellent faculty at FORE School of Management, New Delhi, to help me gain an in-depth knowledge of the subject. I know that the two-year PGDM course at FORE School of Management, New Delhi, is designed in such a way so that a willing mind can achieve anything."
Mini might be treading a zigzag career path but she feels that's the only way ahead for her. She is counting on gaining the necessary amount of experience by working with well- established corporate houses, all the while looking for that 'one great idea,' and when time and opportunity are on her side, she intends start her own business venture.
"FORE School of Management, New Delhi, has a lot to offer budding entrepreneurs. There are special sessions with corporate honchos, who share their own entrepreneurial experiencing and help shaping our minds. FORE School of Management, New Delhi, stresses on all round development, providing us the opportunity to interact and compete with students of other B-schools."
Mini has just begun her stint at Fore School of Management, New Delhi, but already feels that if the education system of the country were to emulate the kind of friendly and interactive teaching she has experienced in FORE School of Management, New Delhi, India would be so much faster on the progress path.
"I wish schools and colleges emphasize on building skills rather than paper degrees. Providing students with the practical knowledge at the right time helps them in deciding their future based on their interests."