Moderator_04 wrote:This is certainly a grave matter, and I'd advise you to be truthful in the way you represent your candidacy to the school, in every aspect. Misrepresentation of facts would revoke your admission / degree.
The best course of action is to pay up the bond amount and get the experience letter from the employer, or get them to waive the due amount citing convincing and true reasons for your behavior (if you can do this, you don't need an MBA!).
Other option is to represent the facts as they are, to the school. I don't believe not having the relieving letter would debar you from applying. Don't be tempted to present yourself as 1 year experienced candidate, and hide your history. What you did in the period between your graduation and joining the second employer, would be a very obvious question in your interview.
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