Statement of Purpose
In order to live life to the fullest you must enjoy what you are doing and at the end of the day you should look back with a sense of achievement at what you have accomplished. This can happen only if you choose a right career because the career you choose is going to live with you through out your life and education will be your most loyal friend which will help you achieve your career goals. So one has to make wise career decisions in life for which he may not have to repent in the future. I have been fortunate to attend a wonderful college in which the underlying principal was on creating caring and competent professionals who would contribute to the welfare and advancement of mankind.
I had a flair for “sales” right from my school days when I consistently used to sell the highest number of “raffle” tickets for the annual school fete and very early on I realized that my career would veer around something that involved selling and interacting with other people. I was a good student in school and in college I did reasonably well in subjects that dealt with Marketing. I now yearned for knowledge in a related field, management. This desire came about due to the obvious influence that a manager, good or bad has on the performance of the company that he represents and the society in general. I desired to do my best by becoming an expert in a field that I had an active interest in, management.
This interest of mine was given a serious vent when I was in my final year in engineering college. I realized that I did not want to become a programmer and I decided not to sit for placements. It was a very risky decision because it is well known that it is extremely difficult for fresh graduates to get placed once they come out of the “campus” .But I was prepared to take the risk because I was sure that I would get a good score in my MBA entrance exams as I had done well in them. Though lots of friends and well-wishers advised me that it is...
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