The head Business-schools of India – Indian Institutes of Management Bangalore (IIM-B) and Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIM-C) – have enhanced their worldwide rankings this year, according to the Financial Times London’s Global MBA Ranking 2018.
Be that as it may, the IIM Ahmadabad (IIM-An) and the Indian School of Business (ISB) Hyderabad, have slipped from their past position in the Financial Times London’s Global MBA Ranking 2018 rundown. The best rundown of the Financial Times London’s Global MBA Ranking 2018 highlights the Stanford Graduate School of Business took after by the French school INSEAD.
The ISB Hyderabad, which was positioned 27th in 2017 raking slipped one indent to 28 in the present year rankings while IIM-Ahmadabad, which was at 29th position a year ago, is at 31. The IIM-Bangalore demonstrated monstrous change in its position this year and moved to the 35th position from 49th of a year ago.
Thus, the IIM Calcutta climbed from 95th to 78th position this year, imparting the positioning to Canada’s McGill University Desautels.