Established in 1996 in collaboration with the Government of the state of Kerala, IIM Kozhikode was fifth addition to the list of IIMs. It started operation from a temporary campus at National Institute of Technology Calicut and moved to its present campus at Kunnamangalam in 2003.
IIM Indore, established in 1996, is the sixth addition to the list of IIMs. It became the first IIM to start operating outside India with its Post Graduate Programme in Management in UAE in 2011. However, it stopped the operations in 2014. Additionally, IIM-I also offers a non-residential full-time Post Graduate Programme in Management in Mumbai from 2012. No other IIM has a presence in the financial capital till now.
Established in 1984, IIM Lucknow is a centrally funded institution and the fourth IIM to start operation after IIM Calcutta, IIM Ahmedabad and IIM Bangalore. It’s the first IIM to start an additional campus in Noida. The IIML Noida campus was built exclusively for executive education and to leverage its proximity to Delhi.
IIM Calcutta is one of the leading B-Schools in India and the Asia Pacific region. Established in 1961, this prestigious institution was the first national centre for post-graduation studies and research in Management. It’s the only triple accredited B-School in India and best known for its Finance related courses. In fact the department is considered to be one of the best in the world. If you have taken CAT this year and rooting for Finance, IIMC is the obvious choice.
Make sure you have the time of your life before diving into the corporate world or start your entrepreneurial journey. So here we look into the fascinating campus of IIM Bangalore and give you a glimpse of the students’ life there.
How are you doing post CAT, apart from fuming over leaked questions and technical glitches? January is coming faster than the winter. Brace yourself already and take a tour to the most coveted B-School of every upcoming management superstar, if you please. IIM Ahmadabad – indisputably No. 1 B-School in India.
Anyone doing business in China must become familiar with Guanxi. Commonly described as the system of social networks and influential relationships which facilitate business and other dealings, Guanxi is a crucial part of business life in China. Leadership expert Steve Tappin says it’s simply part of the “social fabric” in China. “It’s very difficult to get things done without it,”