In the first example, we share the journey of an applicant, who couldn’t afford to recruit urban talents due to the high cost. To disrupt the traditional model of recruitment, the candidate takes on a long-term solution – train the undereducated community in villages on communication, technology, marketing, and business development. Through a 20-year plan, the candidate has started the journey of revolutionizing the job market by utilizing the most underused commodity – graduates from the rural heartland.
The growth of <x> to gain over 15% market share in the b2b email marketing space is a testimony to the courage, empathy, inclusiveness, and impact-oriented mindset of the Founder.
Sample Essay #1: Values are what guide you in your life and work. What values are important to you and how have they influenced you? (443 words)
Evaluating the ‘introduce yourself’ answer of a technologist brought chuckles to the rest of the interview panel. They were making fun of the peculiar accent that is a trademark of North East India. The topics switched from functional knowledge to stress questions. The applicant kept hopping and eventually won the hearts and minds of the panel. I realized that there were hundreds of candidates who don’t leave the best first impression but through sheer determination integrates into the global marketplace.