Last November, Abhimanyu Gupta, an MBA student in New York University's Stern School of Business, was on the top of the world when he How to stay afloat in your job landed a job offer from Bank of America's investment banking division. This February he felt right at the bottom of the abyss as the bank withdrew the offer and Gupta's world cratered just like the global markets. Now, the 27-year-old chartered accountant, who left his home Mumbai in 2007 to become an investment banker in the world's financial capital, plans to return home if he doesn't get an offer by June when his course ends. With five months of recruitment time gone, Gupta concedes that his chances of finding similar job in the US, which is battling the worst downturn in decades, are bleak. His chances are as bleak as hundreds of other Indian and foreign national students across top universities in the US, UK and other western economies, who now plan to go back home. The Harvards, Whartons, NYU Sterns, Kelloggs, MIT Sloans, Michigans and Dukes
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