IIM-B has been found to be the only management school in India to have a substantial composition of 28 per cent women in their two-year PGP in Management. Alongside, it also has 21 per cent women faculty and 25 per cent of women on the school’s advisory board. IIM Bangalore has an overall the 2016-18 batches include 11% non-engineers in its 2016-18 batch, while the 2015-17 batch has more than 13% students who are non-engineers.
The institute’s two-year Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGP) has also been ranked 19 which is a big achievement from the number 26 ranking that was achieved by the institute in 2015.
These rankings are based on data that is collected from two sources. One from the participating business schools and the other from alumni graduated from three years ago. For the 2016 rankings, the data was collected from the graduating batch of 2013. The rankings were also based partially on the success of the alumni judged from their current salaries.
About IIM Bangalore
Established in 1973, the Institute has since then built on its base of highly accomplished faculty, world-class infrastructure and motivated student body to emerge as one of the premier institutes for management education and research, promoting managerial excellence in the country.
It is one of the most prestigious institutes and accepts CAT Entrance Exam score to grant admission to the aspirants in their regular MBA/PGDM Programme. IIM Bangalore has recently topped the list of best management institutes in the ‘India Ranking 2016’ – the first-ever national ranking of universities by the Government. The ‘India Ranking 2016’, prepared by MHRD’s National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), rated IIM Bangalore as the ‘Best Management Institute’ in India.
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