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ISB secures 23rd position in Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2021

Indian School of Business has been ranked as the number one B-School in India

Indian School of Business | Financial Times Global MBA Rankings | MBA programmes

Press Trust of India  |  Hyderabad 

ISB started the programme as a deferred admission option for candidates in their pre-final or final year of engineering and non-engineering under-graduate or post-graduate studies
Indian School of Business (ISB) | File photo

(ISB) has been ranked as the number one B-School in India and 23rd worldwide in the 2021.

It is the only B-School from India to figure in thetop 25 globally.

Alumni from PGP (Post Graduate programme) Class of 2017 were surveyed for this ranking, a FT press release said on Monday.

As per the rankings, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore stood at 35th position and IIM Calcutta and IIM Ahmedabad arein 44th and 48th slots respectively, while IIM Indore is in 94th position.

ISB Dean Rajendra Srivastavasaid the institute has carved a niche of its own in offering finest and world-class to its students.

"This ranking also highlights and strengthens ISB's effortsto produce world-class research and encourage more women to join the management workforce.

The increasing number of prominent business schools from India making their mark globally makes the world notice India as a destination for high-quality management education," ISB quoted him as having said in a press release.

ISB will continue to reinvent itself and equip its students to become future-ready and play a catalytic role in nation-building, he added.

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First Published: Mon, February 08 2021. 18:49 IST