Prof. J. Mahender Reddy, Vice Chancellor The ICFAI Foundation For Higher Education
During the years, when management schools were just catching the attention of aspiring students, ICFAI Business School(IBS), Hyderabad perceived the future and started focusing at scale and scope economies to address the large demand supply gap for quality management education. Today it has one of the largest campuses in India with an annual intake of 1250 students in the MBA program and 800 students in the three year BBA program. With a diversity ratio of 52: 48 among female and male students, IBS Hyderabad attracts students from all the 29 states of India. ICFAI Business School (IBS), Hyderabad is accredited by American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), USA a distinction achieved by only a few business schools in India. IBS, Hyderabad is also ranked 25th among the business schools in India by NIRF, Ministry of Education, Government of India. Other accreditations include South Asia Quality Improvement System (SAQS) by the Association of Management Development Institutes of South Asia (AMDISA) three times in the years 2006, 2013 and 2020.
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|Company Logo||Company Name||Company Management||Company Description|
|Amity Business School||Ashok Chauhan,President||Nurturing students in higher education, teaching and learning, research and development, and industry informed courses.|
|Global Centre for Entrepreneurship & Commerce||Paresh Gupta,Founder & CEO||It is focused on delivering quality entrepreneurship and commerce education, and alumni from this institution is performing exceptionally well in their respective careers|
|ICFAI Business School||Prof. J Mahender Reddy,Founder||Providing constructive learning approach which is student-centric divided at different stages of MBA, Ph.D (part and full time), BBA, and post graduation.|
|Indian School Of Business Management||Prof. D. M. Deshpande,Chairperson Honorable Vice Chancellor||Offers diploma, online lectures, distance learning, correspondence courses, professional courses, learning management solutions, online education, and certificate courses.|
|MIT School of Management||Prof. (Dr.) Vishwanath D. Karad,Founder||Believing in the technology and knowledge intervention in the business sector, the management school is upholding the culture of value-based education for making students industry ready.|
|Navayuvak||Gaurav Mishra,Founder||Aimed at increasing the number of entrepreneurs in India through different initiatives.|
|PSG Institute of Management||Dr Joshua Selvakumar J,Program Co-Ordinator||Being one of the oldest b-schools in India, it is nurturing students in every possible manner for establishing themselves in the business arena.|
|School of Management (DYPUSM)||Dr. D.Y. Patil,Founder||Fostering quality education and skill development and involving students in impeccable research, innovation, and application of knowledge for student, faculty, and community development.|
|SVKM's Narsee Monjee Institute of Management||Shri Amrish Patel,President SVKM & Chancellor||A globally reputed institute which is delivering undergraduate, postgraduate, integrated, PhD, and diploma/certificate programmes.|
|Symbiosis Institute of Business Management||Dr R Raman,Director||It is offering education in MBA, executive MBA, and management development programmes and facilitating international understanding.|