Gejo sir was very helpful; and was always patient, even with all my repetitive queries. Sometimes, he went out of his way to motivate us. That really helped in boosting my confidence for my interviews. He suggested me ways to alter my content; and present it in a much better way. It wasn't just for the sake of interviews, but to mold the student and get him ready for corporate life, thereby having a significant impact on one's personality. It really helped shape my personality, way of reasoning and line of thought through rigorous introspection. Whenever I look for a place to prepare for something important, I always check whether there is an environment where I can grow and learn. I found this at CL in their PDP Personalised Program.
Gejo Sir is the best CAT/MBA mentor I have met so far. He is very approachable and extremely co-operative. His tendency to listen to the stupidest of questions, and answer them patiently is remarkable. He gave a professional touch to my SOPs; and helped me a lot in editing of the content and style of my essays. He was always available during last-minute submission of SOPs. His technical knowledge of GD-PI process was very useful to me. He precisely pointed out my weak areas; and helped me improve myself. He is also a great motivator. He brought the best out of me during my WAT-PI preparations. His passion for teaching and helping students achieve their dream is something that I admire the most. Summing up, CL's PDP is not only the best WAT-PI preparation program but also an orientation program for the MBA journey.
Gejo sir is like Yoda (from Star Wars). If you are on your way to fight the IIM battle, there is no one better to have in your corner. The very first session helped me make sense of my life path. It gave immense clarity on the strengths of my story; and helped me project them in my interviews. One of his best qualities is the amount of personal investment he makes in all his students. He probably put in more effort than I did to convert my calls! Before the submission deadline for IIM-Bangalore, he painstakingly reviewed and revised at least 10 iterations of my SOP! He never let the stress get to me; and was ever ready to listen patiently whenever my confidence wavered. He has been the biggest contributor in helping me convert my IIM-Bangalore call.
Gejo sir took all the raw material from my life; and helped me build a story. He worked together with me to overcome what I considered my biggest interview hurdles. I feel like he was more enthusiastic than I was; and believed in me even more than I did! He went the extra mile to help me overcome my weaknesses. All in all, Gejo sir was a support system. I might not have known the answer to every question, but I learnt how to tackle situations better. I think the way the program is designed with the concept of one-on-one mentoring makes it work beautifully. Apart from my mentor, I had a chance to interact with those at the Bombay center, and also some more mentors from across India. They are such great people; and each one brings a unique approach to the process. Also, the method which trains you to work on your own story works wonders for self-discovery and self-confidence.
"The Laughing Buddha"
"The Coolest Mentor"
"Yoda - from Star Wars"
"Mr Calm & Experienced"
He is a poet in his own right.
Reason: Well, you just need to listen to 'Lose Yourself'
....You better lose yourself in the music, the moment You own it, you better never let it go You only get one shot, do not miss your chance to blow This opportunity comes once in a lifetime....
While growing up, I admired Michael Jackson; and picked up dancing from him.
These days it's Rahul Gandhi!
Not his politics, ideology, or his acumen, what I admire is his one quality. It takes a lot of courage to get up and keep walking everyday knowing that the world is mocking you. So, if my day is not going great, I think of Rahul Gandhi :)
Dancing changed my life. It also made an introvert like me very popular in college.1
He loves the stage; and hence, would probably be a stand-up comedian.2
Played football and hockey in college. Now, he plays online chess with random strangers.3
To write a book; and a 30-day backpack trip to South America.4
His favorite book is 'The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town' by John Grisham.5
Loves to watch crime series; and has watched almost all episodes of Forensic Files!6