Mediocre But Arrogant

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HarperCollins Publishers India, Feb 24, 2012 - Fiction - 328 pages
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A quirky read about a confused MBA waylaid by love and life Three years of college, and Abbey has no answer to the question 'what next?'. Luckily for him, fate, that chancy thing, lands him in an MBA course at a topnotch B-School, the Management Institute of Jamshedpur. At MIJ, Abbey finds his life turned upside down - what with professors like Haathi and Chatto, friends like Rascal Rusty and Pappu, and gorgeous girls like Ayesha and Keya. Will the two years at MIJ bag Abbey a job? Will this be where he finds love? Mediocre But Arrogant is the story of being young in India. It is about the roller coaster that is hostel life, bad grades, chai at the dhaba and, not least, being in love. Read on to know why MBA spells 'mediocre but arrogant'. 'Loaded with humour and narrated at a cracking pace'- The Week 'The authenticity of the dialogues, friends, incidents, phattas, attitudes are the book's heart'- Deccan Herald

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Abhijit Bhaduri (http://abhijitbhaduri.com) has led Human Resources teams in several organizations, including Microsoft, PepsiCo, Colgate and Tata Steel. He has been a radio jockey and hosted shows in India and the US and has also dabbled in amateur theatre

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