CBS placed 64th among ‘Top 100 B-Schools In India’
We are extremely proud to announce that Chitkara Business School has been placed 64th in rank, among the ‘Top 100 B-Schools In India’ in recent B-School survey 2018 by Outlook India Magazine, performing especially well in terms of Placements and Academic Excellence, as well as Personality Development and Infrastructure & Facilities.
Dr. Madhu Chitkara, Vice-Chancellor, Chitkara University, Punjab, remarked, “The MBA programs at Chitkara are industry-focused, providing a well-rounded business education. Our focus has always been on delivering value, and as a result, NIRF has consistently ranked CBS among the top 70 management institutes of India. We are committed to our aim of delivering excellence and will continue to be the catalysts of innovation & entrepreneurship in our society. Congratulations Chitkara Business School!”.
The presence of leading Indian B-schools in the global list is a huge endorsement of the improvement in quality and approach towards business education in India. Chitkara Business School maintains an innovative approach and makes concerted efforts to keep their curricula updated with the demands of the times, to churn out industry-ready graduates.
The Outlook-Drshti Survey observed that a welcome development in the last couple of years has been that some B-schools are offering Global MBA courses, which will help students make the world their stage and prepare them for a global role. The survey further observed that going forward, the industry will be more demanding and gradually, the entire world will become the students’ arena. Business schools will have to be proactive in preparing their students to face new challenges, and the new list of top 100 B-schools met this criterion. .
To conduct the ranking of India’s best B-schools, Drshti Strategic Research Services designed a detailed and rigorous methodology involving inputs from all the stakeholders—B-schools, recruiters, faculty and students. Points obtained by colleges on the five parameters – Placements, Infrastructure & facilities, Academic excellence, Selection process, Personality Development & Industry exposure – were derived on the basis of the data provided by the institutes and summed together to arrive at the final objective scores. The perceptual ranking was derived by allotting weightage of 40, 30 and 30 percentage to the perceptions of recruiters/ industry professionals, faculty members and students respectively.