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MICA's new batch has students from diverse backgrounds

DNAHM113872 | 7/17/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :334 | Education & Careers



Ahmedabad: The 24th batch of MICA this year has participants not just from different cities but also different walks of life. While a usual MBA course batch would have engineer and doctor, this year's batch has 180 students including those from humanities. DNA profiles an ISRO intern, an auditor, a GIS technology geek and a photographer.
Arpita Choudhuri, 22, BTech
Hometown: Uttarakhand
"I have always been interested in research and learning new things. During my BTech, I was lucky to intern at ISRO and even work on a research paper on sentiment analysis. It helped me discover the dynamic world of digital marketing and its impact. I joined MICA because I wanted to learn more about it but I have realised MICA
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