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Ashish Nanda’s global blueprint for IIM-Ahmedabad

In early-2013, AM Naik, Chairman of Larsen & Toubro (L&T), took a private plane to Boston to convince a professor at Harvard University to take the reins of IIM-Ahmedabad. 1,566 more words

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Indian B-schools think global, Train sights on foreign students

Indian business schools have taken a step towards becoming international classrooms, with premier business school SP Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR) becoming one of the first in the country to sanction 36 seats in its flagship MBA programme for foreign nationals. 683 more words

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A quick look on what clicks during IIM selection

The race to land one of the 3,335 seats across the 13 Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) is set to pick up speed with the Common Admission Test ( CAT) results to be announced on January 14. 291 more words

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GMAT scores over CAT in testing times; Flexible format popular

The number of Indians appearing for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) hit an all time high in the year 2013, a year when applicants for the Common Admission Test (CAT) have dipped to a seven-year low.  537 more words

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UGC not to regulate autonomous B-schools

Facing resistance from private colleges, the government has decided that guidelines unveiled last month for the oversight of technical institutes will not apply to autonomous B-Schools that have been concerned about losing their autonomy. 595 more words

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Beyond MBAs: Niche and interdisciplinary master’s courses finding more takers

Amith Kaushik Tanneru was not really surprised with his friends’ and family’s reaction when he told them he wanted to quit his job as a software engineer at Infosys, and study public policy. 1,295 more words

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IIMs revamp CAT examination format

The Indian Institutes of Mangement (IIMs) on Monday announced a new format of the common admission test (CAT), with fewer papers and questions and allowing more time to answer them. 444 more words

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