21 years in Ajmer and then 2 years in Jaipur- Yash Mathur of Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur is few months away from flashing his passport at the immigration and say “hello!” to a new country altogether. “I was informed of my selection right after I completed my rounds of personal interview but I was not strictly instructed to not disclose till it’s officially announced. I cannot possibly explain the feeling. When the news was finally announced, I remember I felt proud in a way I never felt before,” says Yash on being placed with Dubai based manufacturing company- Indicaa Group Limited.
Yash completed his summer internship with Reliance Retail Ltd. and his work needed him to have people’s skill. He was interacting daily with Reliance users and surveying them on researched questionnaires. He had to talk his way out, engage his clients and get the job done and during his final placement interview with Indicaa Group, these skills came extremely handy for the Ajmer boy.
“In my last two years at Jaipuria, I learnt the importance of punctuality, professionalism, good communication skills, stress management and time management. I actually saw them coming handy in every stage of the selection process,” says Yash while explaining the role a PGDM education played in his life. So what did Yash do right in his interview that Indicaa selected him at a handsome pay package to help him with a perfect start to his career?
“I kept a smiling face and stayed honest throughout. Whatever, I was asked- I replied with truth and honesty. They asked me how I will adjust overseas when I have never even stepped out of Rajasthan my entire life? And I said- if given a chance, who would not want to explore new culture and new places and try to adjust,” reflects Yash.
With a specialisation in Marketing Operations and a job that is meant around Manufacturing and procuring metal for the company from across the world, Yash Mathur of Jaipuria, Jaipur’s PGDM Class 2019 is all set to create an indelible impression at workplace and dedicate the coming ten years to fulfill the dreams of his parents.