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B-SCHOOLS TO WATCH OUT FOR
A definitive guide to the best business schools all over India
usiness schools in India continue to be known for the
quality of students that they turn out year after year. In
fact, over time, the demand for the country’s B-Schools
has grown by leaps and bounds, so much so that newer
institutes are mushrooming ever so often in small towns as
well as big cities across India.
While it is the IIMs that continue to rule the roost, it cannot be denied that other management institutes are also greatly contributing to India’s managerial talent pool.
Along with the B-School rankings, the following pages cover the methodology and relevance of the Go-getter and Educationmela.com business school survey. The survey has been conducted using a number of relevant parameters.
Here then, are the findings of our survey based on voluntary participation of the institutes themselves, along with a perception-based survey of India’s business schools.
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In the last two decades, there has been a remarkable
growth in management education due to the contribution of the private sector. Today nearly 80 per cent of management institutes fall in the private sector.
Subsequently, more and more postgraduate diploma
management (PGDM) institutes came to enjoy an
autonomous status. Inter alia, the autonomous status
are awarded with a view to encourage the role of the
corporate sector in management education bringing
in a highly flexible syllabus to match industrial requirements and to build strong interactions for students to be exposed to the fast changing industrial environment. This strategy has led to a win-win situation for the serious players and stakeholders. The greatest
beneficiaries have been the students and industry.
This survey is relevant to candidates of management education because of the large number of new B-Schools to choose from. This can be understood
from the fact that there were only 1,132 AICTEapproved B-Schools in the year 2006-07 which increased to 2,450 in the year 2012-13. This is more than a 100 per cent
top B-Schools. It must be noted that this survey includes only those B-Schools
growth in the number of management institutes. The approved students'
that offer a two-year full-time management programme leading to an MBA
intake in these institutes also increased manifold and during the same period
or equivalent degree by an Indian university or a Postgraduate Diploma in
i.e. from 2006-07 to 2012-13, it increased from 94,704 to 3,85,008 resulting
Management approved by AICTE. More than 125 institutes expressed their
in an over 300 per cent growth (Please refer to the tables below). It is in this
participation interest in the survey out of which only those who provided their
background that this survey may be useful for all stakeholders to find out India's
details as per the prescribed norms were considered for ranking.
Growth of AICTE-approved Management Institutions in the Country:
Students Intake in Management Institutes
Source: AICTE Approval Process Hand Book 2013
Intake in Management Institutes
2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
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2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
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This survey report focuses on all the relevant parameters such as Infrastructure, Industry Interface, Placement, Entrepreneurship,...
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