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GEMS Bangalore Ranked 18 at Silicon India Annual B School Ranking Survey
India, today, has more than 4000 B-schools to satisfy the demand for business education, as opposed to 600 management institutes offering 70,000 seats in 2000. If all the management institutes are combined, India produces about 200,000 management graduates per year!
In such a scenario, it become really important to give quality management education, as the competition is stiff and demand for good candidates very high. After all, the reputation of the college is at stake.
With so many options available, students have also become very picky. Just having the entire infrastructure is not enough. They want more; more industry interface, more foreign collaborations, more guest faculty, more placement opportunities.
Silicon India, in its Annual B School Ranking Survey called 'What if not IIMs', ranks GEMS B School, Bangalore in the 18th position nationally and in the 7th position in South India.
Silicon India Education’s survey primarily focuses on helping a student identify top management schools in India. The list has been drawn up by Silicon India Education basis rigorous research chipping in with the objective of helping students make the right decision without going through this complex process.
This list segregates B-Schools into various categories, thereby aiding students in choosing the school meets their needs best.
This list is made using a methodology, which many research experts have used over the last decade. The survey also represents the viewpoints of several renowned and experienced business leaders from the industry. While the survey is conducted on the basis of nominations received from the institutes, they have been evaluated and shortlisted by a panel of educationalists, HR recruiters, and the Silicon India Education based on the data inputs provided by the institutes.
With inputs from official website of GEMS B School & SiliconIndia
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