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Want A Review Of "Indian School Of Business (ISB)"

Question asked by ISHAN TOPRE in #Startups & Business on Jul 7, 2013
ISHAN TOPRE
ISHAN TOPRE · Jul 7, 2013
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I want an impartial review of ISB Hyderabad. If you have any idea, kindly share with me. What type of institute is it? I have heard it is not approved by AICTE. Posted in: #Startups & Business
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare · Jul 7, 2013
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I want an impartial review of ISB Hyderabad. If you have any idea, kindly share with me. What type of institute is it? I have heard it is not approved by AICTE.
ISB - was my 'goal' once upon a time and that too; when it was just a few years old. Why? Because it's a unique institute in India.

There are several advantages-

1. ISB has 'ONE' year course as compared to two.
2. India's top companies recruit at ISB - so your job is more or less guaranteed.
3. It accepts people with work experience - and the diversity would be far better than you'd find in other top B-schools; which would typically be dominated by engineers or IT folks.
4. ISB's known for their track record in academics, placements and producing quality output year after year.

I've never been to ISB; but have heard all the good things about them. That may not be a sufficient review; and you must hear from someone who's been there, done that.

But if it's a choice for you; I'd put it in the top 3 any day.
ISHAN TOPRE
ISHAN TOPRE · Jul 7, 2013
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Thankyou Biggie. But if you are looking for a proper qualification, the degree from ISB is not valid, is it?

Just read something negative (Accreditation) about ISB on wikipedia- (of course, information in wikipedia cannot be trusted much)


As per AICTE officials, ""It`s a criminal offence if an institute is admitting students for PGDM courses without the council`s prior approval"
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare · Jul 7, 2013
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Why in the world does every institute be 'recognised' by AICTE? They're recognised by the Industry. As long as you're referring to: https://www.isb.edu/ , you should be fine.

Update: Read the last line of the first paragraph here - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_School_of_Business

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