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I am from India but studying my MBBS degree(bachelors in medicine and bachelors in surgery), about to be a doctor in one year from top 10 medical schools in Nepal.I would like to apply for full time job positions in MBB based in Delhi,India.What would be the role of the undergraduate institution in the recruiting process?. Unlike campus recruitments which happen in most IITs(Indian Institute of Technology) they are uncommon in Med-schools.
What are the prerequisites needed for a bachelors in medicine students transitioning to a career in consulting?
September 17, 2018 - Anonymous A
1.What are the firms that actively hire about to be doctors (bachelors in medicine,MBBS)?
2.what would be the ambience and the competence of the work for doctors in the healthcare consulting space?
3.what are the skills and knowledge that are expected in the top tier consulting firms?
4.how would the hiring process for the doctors in consulting firms?
5.What would be the perfect resume for doctors/people from medical backgrounds?.what are the MBB looking for particularly in such cases. 6.What role does academics(grades/marks) play in recruiting process?.( since gaining high grades is a big deal in Med-schools)
7.What would be the role of the undergraduate institution in the recruiting process?
Thank you so much Mr.Riccardo. What kind of extracurricular activities are the firms looking for? 2.how can I meet and connect with the insiders of the companies and get recommendations from them?(since most med-schools in India and Nepal doesn't have these consulting companies coming to the campus) 3. Any other suggestions? . I will contact you for further inquiries.
Hi - you can demonstrate your skills through many different activities. In that sense there are no 'must-have' things. Any activities you undertook that can show your entrepreneurship and initiative, it should be great for instance. But could also be activity within university or sport. In general - whatever is the activity - you should try to quantify the results / your impact and be specific as much as possible. Regarding how you can connect with insiders, LinkedIn is a fast and effective way to get first contacts. Then you can also check at career office at your university if there is one (even if no official events are being held at campus, normally university keep track of alumni contacts. Additionally you can write to local MBB hr to enquire if there are any open days / recruting events being organised directly at the offices in Delhi (they sometimes do). I remain availalble, best
Thanks Mr.Riccardo for your valuable advice. I will contact you for further quarries.