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Assist B-Schools in obtaining superior rankings by ranking agencies

Business World Business School Ranking

The B-School Ranking is the result of a rigorous process of assessing the data sourced from institutes, secondary sources as well a perception survey
The Business World team conducts surveys measuring the B-schools of our country against 10 broad parameters and 50 sub-parameters.
BW Education invited more than 500 institutes to participate in the survey. The data for the ranking was sourced either directly from the institutes, through public records, or from secondary sources. The ranking also considered a perceptual survey conducted among industry and faculty members. 
The perceptual survey was carried out by BW Businessworld with 1,000 stakeholders who were asked to rate the B-schools they were familiar with on a 10-point scale. The stakeholders included 250 aspiring students, 250 current students, 350 alumni, and 150 recruiters.

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BW Business School Ranking

Economic Times Business School Rankings

The ranking of MBA colleges in India by Economic Times is one of the most crucial ways to check which MBA college is worth the investment. After all, an MBA degree can help determine the path of a student’s career. The Functional Heads (for IT/HR/Finance/Marketing/Production) of the companies listed in the ET 500 list are asked to rank the B-schools in order of preference for recruitment, considering factors like readiness for professionalism, corporate life, technical knowledge, etc.  The Economic Times ranking was based on data gathered from 253 responses across the five functional areas with 38 Finance Heads, 31 IT Heads, 97 HR Heads, 34 Production Heads, and 52 Manufacturing Heads. 

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ET Business School Rankings

GHRDC Competition Success Review Business School Survey

A comprehensive survey of Indian B-Schools— CSR-GHRDC B-School Survey presents the rating and ranking of B-Schools based on a rigorous and objective method for evaluating management schools. To measure the progress of participants, the survey relied on a large number of objectively designed parameters followed by rigorous process of validation through emails, phone calls, supplementary questions together with extensive validation visits to the participating institutions.

Methodology:
A detailed questionnaire is prepared by a team of experts, based on past experience, research, and after an in-depth consideration and consultation with eminent Directors/ Deans of Management Institutes, recruiters and alumni of B-Schools.

Key Factors And Parameters:
The survey’s methodology takes into consideration the quantitative as well as the qualitative factors together with the relative and absolute value for each factor. The key strength and hallmark of the survey are transparency, reliability, consistency and validation of data given by the institutes.

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CSR GHRDC Ranking Criteria
CSR GHRDC Business School Survey 2022
CSR GHRDC Business School Survey 2023

Outlook-ICARE India’s Best Business School Ranking

Keeping the roadmap mentioned above for business schools, Outlook-ICARE India’s Business School Ranking attempts to assess the efforts of business schools to buidling a dynamic knowledge environment.
Methodology
The Higher Education Institutes are measured by five criteria:
  1. Faculty Student Ratio
  2. Research
  3. Employability
  4. Faculty Quality
  5. Inclusiveness & Diversity.
These five broad parameters are then broken down into several sub-parameters/indicators, each leading to an overall weightage. The criteria scores are then normalised; scores for each measure are weighted to arrive at a final overall score of 100. The methodology is the product of years of research. It is continuously refined based on user feedback, discussions with academic leaders and higher education experts, literature reviews, trends in data, availability of new data, and engaging with vice-chancellors, deans, researchers, academicians and prominent educationists. Observations from the result show that Indian Business schools are evolving and addressing the problem from the 3E framework of education, i.e. Experiential Learning, Experimental Approach and Entrepreneurial spirit. They are also facilitating world-class education for next-gen leaders by using online content, unique teaching tools, and case-based interactive learning that allows students to access advanced courses like Disruptive Strategy, Negotiation Mastery, Business Analytics, etc. It can also be concluded that they will seek to transform this current state of affairs and reshape the business school experience in India by promoting conscious capitalism. Therefore, the schools are putting actions behind their words on well-being, diversity, equity, and inclusion targets.

Indian Institutional Ranking Framework (IIRF)

The Indian Institutional Ranking Framework (IIRF) evaluates business schools based on seven key parameters:
  1. Placement Performance: Measures the success of graduates in securing employment within a specified timeframe after completing their MBA.
  2. Teaching Learning Resources and Pedagogy: Assesses the quality of teaching, learning materials, and educational methods.
  3. Research: Considers the research output and scholarly contributions of faculty members.
  4. Industry Income and Integration: Examines the school’s engagement with industry, collaborations, and financial support.
  5. Placement Strategy and Support: Evaluates the school’s efforts in guiding students toward successful placements.
  6. Future Orientation: Considers the institution’s adaptability to changing trends and its forward-looking approach.
  7. External Perception and International Outlook (EPIO): Reflects how the school is perceived by stakeholders and its global outlook. 
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