Raring to execute her PGDM learning into practice, Unnaati Tandon’ of Jaipuria Lucknow on her placement with IDFC First Bank
“Selling techniques are inherited or they evolve over time?” was the topic of Group Discussion during Unnaati Tandon’s placement process with IDFC First Bank, a student of PGDM 2018-20 from Jaipuria Lucknow. It poses an interesting question as we have to assess not just selling techniques but entire business models post the Covid-19 pandemic. The business world will need to rely on management professionals who are quick to evolve and adapt strategies to meet the demands of the changing industry landscape. Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow has ranked one of the Top business management institutes in Lucknow student proved they could do that and bagged the placement with IDFC Bank. An opportunity to start her career with a leading player in banking and Finance. Yes, all of these even within the volatile economic market of the Lockdown and post the crisis!
Unnaati Tandon sharing her experience during PGDM Placement
“In all the selection process had three rounds – Aptitude Test, GD followed by PI. During the GD I kept offering real-life examples to make strong arguments. My confidence and good communication skills made me stand out during the round,” she says looking back on the day.
The interview was a mix of technical and situational questions and posed her a serious challenge. But it was Unnaati’s presence of mind and quick wit that turned things in her favor. Her quick thinking and bold decision-making ability will make her flourish in the uncertain, unfamiliar business world in the coming days.
According to Unnaati her confidence and decision-making skills stem from her role in Student Excellence Council and event management during her PGDM courses. Being a student-centric institute Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow offers budding managers platforms to learn by doing things on their own. “I think it makes my management institute a cut above the rest to be precise one of the top management institute in India. I have been handling a team of 16 in the SEC so I don’t think working in a professional team will be a huge task. I also believe my training will help me with lead generation at work and make the right impression,” she says as she is raring to go.