India has traditionally seen the business and management education sector to be teaching focused. However, given the importance accorded to rankings (both national and international), this is rapidly changing. Today, the NIRF Ranking, from the Ministry of Education, gives a weightage of 30% to research and practice, that accounts for both publications and their citations (as a proxy for Impact). Similarly the QS ranking has high importance accordes to both research publications and citations. Probably these rankings have created some interventions in an ecosystem that has been traditionally more oriented towards excellence in teaching. Continue reading “Indian Business and Management researchers in the Top 2% List”
NIRF Ranking from the Ministry of Education is considered to be the most aspired ranking for all disciplines across India. The ranking for 2021 is just out today. We are sharing the overall performance scores across the top 20 institutions ranked by NIRF. Congratulations to all the ranked institutions.
The new Chartered Association of Business Schools (UK) has released the Academic Journal Guide for 2021. This year, a lot of new journals have been added recently and many journals have seen quite a noticeable upgrade and downgrades. Sharing the list. The green coloured are the most revered journals. The blues are those at 3 and are still very competitive and established. The yellow coloured journals are the ones at level 2. The others at grey are at level 1.Continue reading “2021 Academic Journal Guide by CABS UK”
The NIRF rankings for 2020 are out. In Management, the rankings are led by IIM Ahmedabad, Bangalore and Kolkata. The top IITs in the top 10 rankings are Kharagpur and Delhi. A comparison of the performance across different criteria is provided in the snippet below for the top 25 institutions.
The top positions are led by IIM Ahmedabad and Bangalore, as these institutes break into the bracket of 51-100 ranks. IIT Delhi, IIT Mumbai and IIM Calcutta form the second bracket in the QS Rankings in the Management category.
I was trying to find out MNCs/Fortune companies which operate at the global level and have Indian CEOs (or CEOs originating from India). These were the ones I found based on a short search on the web. Do let me know who I am missing and I can add them here!
Executive Management Programme
Department of Management Studies,
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
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MBA aspirants keep a close watch at the potential starting salaries after completing their course. What can an institute provide and that combined with one’s own true potential makes the digit of your salary.
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Creating systems is a really important way to enable growth within a business. Many people firstly think of improving leadership, skills and finance for growth and overlook building an organised and systematic approach to running the business. The growth and development of a business is a really exciting stage, but without solid planning and infrastructure, you jeopardise valuable growth opportunities. Thinking proactively and consistently working on an operations plan will encourage healthy development. Continue reading “Enabling business growth through systems”
Online business is getting increasingly competitive; the market has become saturated due to low barriers to entry and increases in technology around the world. This isn’t to say that you shouldn’t start your online business, it just means you’ll have to be creative to make it work. If you want your online business to grow its market share it is increasingly important that you differentiate yourself from your competitors. This article will give a brief overview of some techniques you can use to make your online business stand out from the crowd. Continue reading “Make Your Online Business Stand Out From The Crowd”