"ISB's progress on multiple fronts is truly heartwarming. We have successfully integrated the culture of excellence and brand consistency across both the campuses in Hyderabad and Mohali," said Godrej.
He noted that the portfolio of ISB programmes had expanded to 11 full-time and modular programmes from one flagship programme in 2001.
"We continue to be ranked at the top in international rankings and our faculty excellence has led us to be the most research productive management school in India. Our 8,600 alumni spread across 42 countries are agents of transformation who make us proud," he said.
Manwani said he had always been proud to be part of this great institution of learning and was honoured to take on the role of the Chairman.
He said he was looking forward to working with the Board members and the Dean to help take ISB to greater heights.
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