By Anvitii Rai
Indian B-schools proceed to lag regional and world friends on executive-MBA programmes, the newest rankings by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) confirmed.
Just three—Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIM-B), Indian School of Business (ISB) and IIM Kozhikode — function within the record of 194 assigned ranks by QS.
Indian institutes haven’t emerged as severe contenders within the house; in 2021, too, the three institutes had been the one from the nation to earn spots within the rankings.
Worse, the institutes seem to have taken a tumble over the past one 12 months.
IIM-B fell seven locations and is ranked forty sixth, whereas ISB fell near 10 locations and now ranks within the 111-120 vary. IIM Kozhikode obtained the worst knocking — of round 20 locations — and is now ranked above 171.
Globally, the highest spot this 12 months was taken by IESE Business School. The remaining spots within the prime 5 are taken, respectively, by HEC Paris, Wharton Business School (University of Pennsylvania), MIT Sloan School of Management, and Saïd Business School (University of Oxford), in that order.
QS ranks government MBA programmes based mostly on 5 parameters — employer popularity (the institute’s popularity amongst employers), thought management, government profile (common years’ work expertise, managerial expertise and C-suite expertise), profession development (wage uplift after commencement, share of scholars promoted inside a 12 months of commencement), and variety (illustration of ladies inside class cohort and variety of nationalities amongst a programme’s college students).
A comparability of particular person scores on these parameters for Indian institutes reveals marginal enhancements in a number of areas. For occasion, all three institutes have improved when it comes to employer popularity and variety, and IIM-B and ISB have improved by 5 factors within the government profile space.
Save for one grave fall in scores (profession outcomes, the place IIM-B’s rating fell by 11.5 factors), modifications have been marginal, which implies that Indian institutes have roughly remained the identical so far as the worldwide standing of their government MBA programmes go.
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