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ISB confirms its presence in the BIG League!

Posted by Girish Krishnan on January 28, 2008

I was delighted to find a mail from our Dean Dr Rammohan Rao telling us alumni that the latest list of the 100 top Global MBAs in the world released by The Financial Times today ranks ISB at Twenty (20), making it perhaps the youngest institution ever to be ranked among the top business schools in the world. The fact that ISB has been ranked 20th in the first time it participated in rankings is truly commendable. Check out this link – http://rankings.ft.com/global-mba-rankings

 

This is a great news for our country that we have a prestigious institution that is considered among the truly elite class of B-schools of this world. It is important to nurture ISB’s reputation and make sure that going forward the government and politicians don’t do anything silly and ruin all the hard work put into achieving this laurel. We should also track the fast track development of ISB as a world class institution and try to emulate the success in the case of other educational institutes.

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2 Responses to “ISB confirms its presence in the BIG League!”

  1. Manish said

    IIM’s nowhere to be seen in top 100!!!

    ~mks

  2. IIM’s are really good institutes and it is tough to crack CAT & get admissions. Probably where they miss out is in work ex and having really diverse students who can bring a lot more exposure in class discussions. With one Indian school in the top 100 and with India’s growing presence in Global Business, i think it is only a matter of time before they get reckoned in the top league.

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