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Essay #1: Attitude, skills and knowledge differentiate people. Elaborate with two examples on how you would differentiate yourself from other applicants to the PGP. (300 words max)
“Abhinav is the role model of dedication and sincerity”, said my Project Manager during my farewell at Wipro.
I have a very strong work ethic – deadlines, promises and targets hold great meaning for me. Starting off my career as a technical consultant for client Bacardi, I quickly ramped up and started handling complex deliverables. A month before the project completion, I had a road accident, injuring my right hand and foot badly. Since the project was running on tight deadlines, I was concerned that my absence would burden my colleagues. So, though I could barely move my hand and foot, I resumed work within 2 days. Seeing my condition, my managers asked me to take leave. Yet, because I knew the team needed me, I continued to work so that we could deliver the project on time. Over the next few weeks, I even supported the team on weekends, and together, we successfully met the deadline. The feeling of satisfaction this gave me is indescribable.
The other attribute that differentiates me is self-discipline. I consider fitness an important part of my life. Till last year, I had a BMI of 26.8 and weighed 86kgs. Knowing that this could affect my health badly, I started a regular intensive workout regime. In 6 weeks, I reduced 16kilos, and started feeling fitter! Since then, I workout religiously and maintain a proper diet. I continue to challenge my endurance and stamina – this motivates me and keeps me focused and energetic through the day.
I apply the same dedication and perseverance in all areas of life. This is why I believe that I will be able to take up challenges and perform well in the rigorous environment at a B-school, and later as a management professional.

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