http://media.newindianexpress.com/article516753.ece/binary/original/logo_500x60.pngBy Deepshikha Punj. Samarth Arora recently graduated with a financial management degree from a leading Swedish university. Now back in India with an ‘envious’ resume and four years of  work experience, Arora has cemented his position in a leading financial strategy firm in India. His recruitment, however, was not just based on his foreign degree but equally on his experience. “It cannot be denied that a foreign degree is helpful in getting a job in India but it cannot be taken for granted. Candidates still have to work through the ladder and compete in the market like others,” he says. Arora adds that even though companies think of foreign degree-holders, who have a tangible global experience, as a good investment, not every company would fall flat for a foreign degree. Read more...