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The secret story of an investment banking intern

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abhinav sharma
by abhinav sharma on Aug 18, 2011 04:53 AM

Remember that you were just an intern. Do you have any idea what work is really like? And you were pissed off just because you had to be in office from 9 to 6:30 for six days a week? I think there is something seriously wrong. You are not even aware of your expectations. As for colleges, get over the holier-than-thou mindset as soon as possible. It will help you in the long run.

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pushkar culcarni
in the wonderland of indian managers
by pushkar culcarni on Aug 16, 2011 12:52 PM

hey guys,everybody must read a CLASSIC by mr sharu rangnekar "in the wonderland of indian managers"..it would make you more practical and know what to expect.it is human nature, some are more gullible than others..
it should be made compulsory reading in all management programmes, writtten in 1970's, but still valid for the mankind.

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Gaurav Walavalkar
somewat same story like mine
by Gaurav Walavalkar on Aug 16, 2011 12:48 AM

IL&FS used our college finance specialization MBA students included me promised us to give back-office analytical work (finance related). They did not gave any stipend, but no worries. Another shock they gave us that we have to sell their D-mat a/c products to customers which was the core mkting job. Our managers told us that his qualification is MBA. That was all lie, he was an M-Com pass out, later i came to know. They told us to complete the leads then only we can get internship certificates. We can't even switch our job,fearing of completing our summer project which never got assistance from our managers n but instead they tried to complete their leads free of charge from us!

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thats why i left india, for good
by Hehehe on Aug 15, 2011 04:15 PM  | Hide replies

i am a happy person now, with clear conscience, never had to be corrupt.

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Re: thats why i left india, for good
by niftyguru on Aug 16, 2011 08:47 AM
Best decision you could ever made.

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Re: thats why i left india, for good
by Bharat on Aug 16, 2011 08:59 AM
This is shying away from your responsibilities. Anna Hazare can also do the same and settle down peacefully in UK / US. But he is not.


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babu raj
Re: Re: thats why i left india, for good
by babu raj on Aug 16, 2011 04:33 PM
Yes Bharat I was going to say that. If you wanted to to leave india leave and shutput. Dont yap. you dont have the right for it

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