Jammu: In the latest survey conducted by "The Week-Hansa Research Survey 2017", The Business School, University of Jammu ranks fifth among the Best Government B-Schools in the North zone and 21st across India, placing TBS in the same league as the other prestigious institutions of the country including IIMs, IITs, FMS, IIFT etc. The same survey also places TBS at the 2nd rank among University Business Schools.
In addition to this achievement, The Business School, University of Jammu appears at the 9th position in the country in terms of 'Return on Investment' and 29th rank across India among Government institutions in a recent B- schools ranking conducted by MDRA (Marketing & Development Research Associates), said a statement from the Jammu based university.
"These rankings are an evidence of the sincere efforts extended by the Jammu University B-School under its present leadership," said the statement.
"The Business School has always put in continuous best efforts in terms of industry interactions, visits of guest faculty from renowned institutes across the country including IIMs and IITs, workshops for students and scholars, MDPs, industrial visits, internships and live projects, student driven activities, placements etc.," the statement added.
According to the release, this not for the first time that TBS has been acknowledged and ranked among the top B-schools in the country; The Business School received 'A' category rank in AIMA Best B-School Survey conducted in the year 2009.
TBS has also been ranked as A+ category B-School in Business India Survey in the year 2009 and has received DEWANG MEHTA 'Excellence in Education' Award in 2009 and also in the year 2012 in recognition of its leadership, innovation and industry interface. According to the Business India in the year 2016, TBS was rated A++ in 18th Annual Ranking of Indian B- Schools.
"The Business School attributes its success story to the continuous and untiring efforts of all its stakeholders by focusing on programmes such as Management Development Programme for management executives in various corporates, Entrepreneurship Development Programme amongst the students and budding entrepreneurs and Social Immersion Programme as a CSR practice," said the statement.
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(This article was first published on November 10, 2017)