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Business & Management

A Business & Management Studies degree will equip you with a wide range of employable skills that would be valuable to any career.

What's Business & Management Studies?

Business Management is that branch of education which provides knowledge and training pertaining to planning, execution, supervision and analysis of a business enterprise. In this field of education, one learns about the establishment of a company or an organisation, and various functional levels such as production, financial, administrative, human resources, sales & marketing and others.

Business Management is open to students from all streams – Commerce, Science and Arts – and can be pursued at undergraduate (BBA/BMS), postgraduate (MBA/PGDM) and doctoral (FPM) levels…….

Career-scope after completing a business management degree course is huge with a variety of managerial jobs on offer at junior as well as senior level. After completing an undergraduate course, a candidate is hired as an executive across functional areas and after completing a post-graduate course in business management, a candidate is hired at managerial level.

Why study Business & Management Studies?

Studying for a degree in Business & Management Studies gives you great employability, reflected in the graduate prospects scores shown on our subject league table. The many transferable skills you’ll develop are in high demand, skills such as understanding how an organisation operates, communication, decision making, numeracy and presentation. 

During your course, you can expect to learn through practical and relevant experiences. Degrees in this subject area are notorious for having a high level of case-based learning, where universities use real-life examples.

Business schools usually offer a number of dual honours degrees, meaning you’ll be able to combine a business education with another passion of yours, or explore two strands of business in greater detail. Furthermore, you’ll be able to select from a variety of modules and tailor the degree according to career aspirations. Or you can keep your education broad, and specialise later in life.   

Business & Management Studies provides opportunities for specialist international modules and placements, even a study or placement year abroad. The quality of business education at UK providers attracts a substantial number of students from overseas – in fact, it’s these courses that benefit from the largest number of international students.

Programmes offered

  • BBA
  • MBA
  • PGDM
  • PGPM

What is BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)?

Bachelor of Business Administration or BBA is one of the most popular bachelor degree programmes after class XII. The BBA course is the gateway to numerous job opportunities in a plethora of sectors like Marketing, Education, Finance, Sales, and Government to name just a few.  Here are some important highlights of the BBA program/degree that you should know about:

  • The 3-year professional undergraduate course in Business Management is open to students from all the three streams: Science, Arts and Commerce.
  • The BBA course offers knowledge and training in management and leadership skills to prepare them for managerial roles and entrepreneurship.
  • During the tenure of the course, candidates learn various aspects of business administration and management through class room lectures and practical projects like internship.
  • BBA can be pursued in full-time as well as correspondence mode.
  • There are various BBA specializations one can choose from such as
    • Human Resource Management
    • Finance
    • Sales & Marketing
    • Information Technology
  • The average starting salary of a BBA graduate is on an average Rs 3 lakh and upwards.

BBA Eligibility Criteria and Entrance Exams

  • Aspirants who have completed their Class XII (10+2 level) in any stream from a recognised educational board or university can pursue BBA

  • The candidates must have attained an aggregate score of 50% and above in Class XII

  • In case a candidate has appeared for Class XII exam and is waiting for the result, s/he can also apply to the course. 

BBA Syllabus and Subjects

BBA syllabus is devided into six semesters. The BBA syllabus broadly consists of subjects like Business Organisation, Business Communication, Fundamentals of Accounting, Business Mathematics, Management Concepts & Practices, Organisational Behavior, Managerial Economics, Management Accounting, Business Environment, Business Statics, Marketing Management, etc. 

Given below is the list of few subjects and topics under BBA Syllabus

Principles of Management

Business Mathematics & Statics

Introduction to Operations Research

Business Economics

Financial & Management Accounting

Production & Material Management

Personnel Management & Industry Relations

Marketing Management

Business Data Processing

Business Laws

Introduction to Psychology

Business Analytics

Introduction to Sociology

Micro Economics

Organisational Behaviour

Essentials of Marketing

Corporate Strategic Management

Human Resource Management

MIS / Systems Design

Understanding Industry and Markets

Leadership and Ethics

Strategy

Entrepreneurship

International Business Management

Sales & Distribution Management

Commercial Bank  Management

Security Analysis

Manufacture Planning and Control

Digital Marketing

Retail Management

E-Commerce

Quantitative Methods

Computer Applications

Family Business Management

Export/ Import Management

PR Management

Project Management

Financial & Commodity Derivatives

Financial Modelling using spreadsheets

Industrial Relations and Labour Legislation

Consumer Behaviour

 


Apart from these, the BBA syllabus also includes practical skills including the following: 

Soft Skills & Personality Development

Professional Communication & Behavioral Grooming

Writing Skills

Etiquette

Conversational Skills

Consulting & Problem solving skills

Selling

Negotiating

Persuading skills

 BBA Jobs

On completion of BBA, aspirants generally opt for MBA. However, candidates can also choose to explore job opportunities in various fields like banking, urban infrastructure & real estate management, business consultancies, advertising, manufacturing and in Government sectors to name a few. Some major job profiles one can opt for after completion of BBA are as follows: 

  • Human Resource Executive: The responsibility of a Human Resource Executive (HR Executive) includes ensuring that the strategies, methodology and HR programs are administered and the objectives of the organisation are in consistence with proficient benchmarks, state and government administrative prerequisites and laws. Also, planning, advising on HR strategies and overseeing human asset activities like enrollment and pay is the key responsibility of an HR Manager. The average salary of Human Resource Manager is Rs 4 lakh and upwards

  • Marketing Executive: A Marketing Executive develops official statements and is responsible for promotion for the organisation’s products, conducting and analysing a competitive research, and establishing objectives, expectations and results for marketing programmes. The average salary of Marketing Executive is Rs 3 lakh and upwards

  • Marketing Manager: A Marketing Manager collaborates with product managers and aims at executing new/ modified programs for the establishment of improved strategies. Developing market research studies & analyze their finding, making the best use of marketing programs & campaigns for the organisation’s products and services are the responsibilities of a Marketing Manager. The average salary of a Marketing Manager is Rs 4.5 lakh and upwards

  • Sales Executive: The Sales Executive is required to design and implement strategies to increase company sales revenue and expand the company’s base in the market. The average salary of a Sales Executive is Rs 3 lakh and upwards.

  • Research and Development (R&D) Executive: A R&D Manager directs and manages the development & research programmes of an organisation in order to meet the needs of the organisation. Measuring the scope of research projects & making sure that they are delivered on time within the stipulated budget is the role of an R&D Manager. The average salary of a Sales Executive is Rs 2 lakh and upwards.

BBA Specializations

Some of the most popular BBA specializations are listed below: 

BBA Finance

BBA in Banking and Insurance

BBA Information Technology

BBA Human Resource

BBA Marketing

BBA Communication and Media Management

BBA Foreign Trade

BBA Hospitality and Hotel Management

BBA Hospital and Healthcare Management

What is MBA (Masters of Business Administration)?

Master of Business Administration or MBA is one of the most popular post-graduate programmes in India and abroad. The two-year programme is a gateway to a plethora of job opportunities in the corporate world. Here are some important facts about the MBA program:

  • What makes MBA such a popular course is that students from any background - including Science, Commerce and Humanities - can pursue it.
  • A regular MBA or Post-Graduation Diploma in Management (PGDM) is generally a two-year course divided into four or six semesters. However, there are certain private institutes that offer one-year PGDM programmes as well.
  • One can pursue MBA in various modes, such as, Regular, Online and Distance-Education. Interested candidates can also find programmes customised based on their professional experience such as Executive MBA.
  • Many management institutes offer Post-Graduate Diploma (PGD) or Post-Graduate Programme (PGP) in Management instead of an MBA degree. There is not much difference between the two, but for their titles.

MBA eligibility

Full-time MBA eligibility criteria are as follows: 

  • The basic eligibility criteria for MBA (full-time) is Graduation in any discipline or equivalent from a recognised university

  • Most of the institutes follow the minimum score criteria in Graduation which is 50 per cent in average or equivalent. For Reserved category students, the minimum score in 45 per cent in aggregate

  • Final-year Graduation candidates are also eligible to apply for MBA, provided they present the proof of completion of Graduation degree within the duration specified by the institute

MBA Admissions

Admissions to all B-schools typically take place through an admission test. This test can be one of the following types:

  • National Level Test conducted by an apex testing body or a top national B-school on behalf of the other participating colleges. eg: CAT, MAT, CMAT or ATMA
  • State Level Test conducted by a state level testing body or a top state B-school on behalf of the other participating colleges in that state. eg: MAH-CET, OJEE, KMAT, TANCET or APICET
  • Test conducted by a B-school for entrance to its own MBA programme. In some cases, these scores can be accepted as a qualifying criteria by other B-schools as well. eg: IIFT, XAT, NMAT, SNAP, IBSAT
  • Test conducted by a university for entrance to MBA programmes being offered by colleges that are affiliated to it. eg: KIITEE, HPU MAT

The qualifying exam is usually followed by a second level screening round that could be a group discussion or a personal interview conducted by the college that the student has qualified for. Also Read: MBA admission process and selection criteria.

MBA Subjects

Students pursuing MBA programme are exposed to a range of subjects. In a two year programme, students begin with core subjects such as Organisational Behaviour, Marketing, Principles of Management, to name a few. In the second year, they are exposed to subjects such as Entrepreneurship and Business Law, among others. Often MBA schools classify these subjects as core and electives and give a chance to students to choose between the elective subjects. Listed below are some of the subjects that most MBA courses offer: 

  • Marketing
  • HR management
  • Business planning
  • Finance management
  • Principles of management
  • Business laws
  • Communication skills
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business Communication
  • Computer Application
  • Organizational behavior
  • Taxation
  • Retail management
  • Project work
  • Economics
  • Business environment

Top MBA entrance exams

Given below is the list of top MBA exams scores that are valid for admission to various B-schools. Click for official CAT mock test

CAT

XAT

CMAT

MAT

SNAP

NMAT 

 

Popular MBA Specializations

MBA FinanceMBA Marketing
MBA ITMBA HR

PGDM Course:

The full form of PGDM course is Post Graduate Diploma In Management. It is a diploma course offered by the institutes that are recognised by the All India Council for Technical Education [AICTE] and which are autonomous and not affiliated to any university. The duration of the PGDM course is 2 years.

PGDM course details of curriculum of the PGDM course is focussed on the practicality of business, unlike the MBA course which is driven towards the theoretical side of the business. If an institution is accredited by the Association of Indian Universities [AIU], it makes the PGDM course equivalent to an MBA. This helps the candidates opt for further studies like FPM or a doctorate which requires an MBA degree, not a diploma.

PGDM Entrance Exams:

The aspirants of Post Graduate Diploma in Management [PGDM] have to prepare for a series of grueling examinations to prove their credentials and gain admission into the top PGDM colleges in the nation by dint of merit:

  1. Common Admission Test (CAT): This is the top-level exam conducted by the Indian Institute of Management(s) [IIMs] and is preferred as the qualifying exam by most top management institutes and B-schools in India.

  2. Xavier Aptitude Test [XAT]: Final year students and students with Bachelor's degrees can apply for this exam, conducted by the Xavier School of Management.

  3. Graduate Management Aptitude Test [GMAT] Conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council [GMAC], this exam is the qualifying examination for admission into colleges governed by GMAC.

  4. Common Management Admission Test [CMAT]: Conducted by the All India Council for Technical Education [AICTE], this exam is widely accepted as a qualifying exam by a large number of government-sponsored management and business institutes in India.

  5. Management Aptitude Test [MAT]: Conducted by the All India Management Association [AIMA], this exam is also considered as a hallmark for admission into government colleges and universities in courses such as MBA.

  6. AIMS Test for Management Admissions [ATMA]: Conducted by the Association of Indian Management Schools [AIMS], the exam is accredited by the MHRD and is convened by several colleges for admission into their management courses.

  7. NMIMS Management Aptitude Test [NMAT]: Conducted by the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Sciences [NMIMS], this exam is considered as the qualifying exam for the institutes and universities under the tutorship of Narsee Monjee group of institutes for their MBA course.

  8. Symbiosis National Aptitude Test [SNAP]: Conducted by Symbiosis International (Deemed University), this exam is the qualifying exam for the management courses in Symbiosis University.

  9. Indian Institute of Foreign Trade [IIFT]: Conducted by the IIFT, this exam is the benchmark for admission into the IIFT group of colleges for their management and business programs.

  10. Institute of Rural Management Anand [IRMA]: Conducted by the IRMA, this examination is the hallmark for admission into the IRMA college and is taken as the qualifying exam for their management and business courses.

  11. MICA Admission Test [MICAT]: Conducted by MICA Ahmedabad, this examination is the benchmark for admission into the MICA group of colleges in Ahmedabad into their management and business courses.

PGDM Course Preparation Tips:

Here are a few common preparation tips candidates should follow to clear the entrance exams for Post Graduate Diploma in Management [PGDM]; they are:

  • Knowledge of the exam paper pattern: The paramount step in preparing well for the entrance exam is a deep-rooted understanding and comprehension of the paper pattern and the syllabus.

  • Effective time management: Focus points should be kept in mind, with special emphasis on weaker subjects and the daily practice of numerical problems. A timetable should be drawn, and the candidate should follow the timeline with dedication and diligence.

  • Enrolling in coaching institutes: A coaching class or a tutor especially for clearing the entrance exam is a bonus as the teacher will help a candidate to focus on weaker zones and will aid in practice and comprehension of topics.

  • Practice makes perfect: Candidates should practice and revise before the exam so that it reduces the unnecessary pressure one day before the examination.

PGDM Subjects:

The core and elective subjects followed in the curriculum of the Post Graduate Diploma in Management [PGDM] course are listed below. While the subject list may vary from college to college, the crux of the subject composition remains the same for most colleges in India.

  1. Managerial Economics
  2. Finance & Accounting
  3. Business Ethics And Communication
  4. Basics of Marketing
  5. Organisational Behavior
  6. Statistics and Quantitative Techniques
  7. IT Skills Lab
  8. Theory of Management
  9. Management Information Systems
  10. Production & Operations Management
  11. Economics & Social Sciences
  12. Strategic Management
  13. Research Methodology
  14. Business Law & Corporate Governance
  15. International Business

PGDM Course Eligibility:

PGDM elgibility for teh  applicant  is that, the candidate should have graduated in any discipline with at least 50% marks regardless of the field of study (according to 10+2+3 scheme) in order to be eligible to apply for the Post Graduate Diploma In Management [PGDM] course The students pursuing their final year of graduation or its equivalent can also refer to seek admission in the PGDM course. Many universities or institutes ask for valid CAT/ XAT/ GMAT scores as PGDM course eligibility.

PGDM Course Admission:

The admission procedure starts in the second week of March. Candidates have to give entrance exams like GMAT, CAT, XAT, etc. and the cumulative score is taken for the admission process.

There will be three rounds further for the selection into a university which are:

  1. Written Test
  2. Group Discussion
  3. Interview

The aspirant should download the application/admission forms for the university opted for admission, also have the required documents ready. The process may have some additional round's and dates for the process, depending on the institute.

PGDM Specialisations:

The large variety of specialisation options available to aspirants of Post Graduate Diploma In Management [PGDM] course are tabulated below:

Sl.No.Specialisations
1PGDM(Human Resource Management)
2PGDM (Marketing)
3PGDM (Finance)
4PGDM (Information Technology)
5PGDM (International Business)
6PGDM (Operations Management)
7PGDM (Systems Management)
8PGDM (Financial Management)
9PGDM (Retail Management)
10PGDM (Banking)

PGDM Job Opportunities:

The large spectrum of job opportunities available to aspirants of Post Graduate Diploma In Management [PGDM] course are enlisted below:

  1. Bank Jobs
  2. Business Consultancies
  3. Brand & Marketing
  4. Non-profit Organisations
  5. Personal Business
  6. Educational Institutes
  7. Export Companies
  8. Financial Organisations
  9. Industrial Houses
  10. Multinational Companies

List of PGDM Colleges:

The top colleges in India offering Post Graduate Diploma In Management [PGDM] course as part of their curriculum include:

Sl. No.Name of the College
1IIM Bangalore
2IIM Ahmedabad
3IIM Calcutta
4Faculty Management Studies, [FMS Delhi]
5IIM Lucknow
6Shailesh J Mehta School of Management, Mumbai
7Vinod Gupta School of Management, IIT Kharagpur
8Management Development Institute, [MDI Gurgaon]
9IIM, Udaipur
10XLRI, Jamshedpur

Distance PGDM:

The following colleges offer distance or correspondence learning courses in Post Graduate Diploma In Management [PGDM] course:

Sl. No.Name of the College
1Indira Gandhi National Open University [IGNOU] New Delhi
2Symbiosis International University [SIU] Pune
3ICFAI Business School [IBS] Hyderabad
4Sikkim Manipal University [SMU] East Sikkim
5Dr Hari Singh Gour University [DHSGU] Sagar
6Annamalai University Distance Education
7Amity University, Distance and Online Education
8Bharathidasan University [BU] Tiruchirappalli
9Alagappa University Distance Education
10MIT School of Distance Education [MITSDE] Pune

About Post Graduate Program in Management (PGPM)

 

PGPM or Post Graduate Program in Management is a course available to students who have completed their graduation and are now interested in gaining managerial skills. One very important thing to note is that PGPM is a certification course not a degree course and it is offered under several other names also such as PGP, PGPX or EPGP. The course duration is generally 1 year but some colleges do offer 2-year PGP courses. Generally, 2-year PGP courses end in an MBA degree.

PGPM is a great course that imparts management skills to a student through the theoretical understanding of subjects as well as through hands-on exposure via projects and internships. The course is designed keeping practicality in mind and to help professionals climb up the corporate ladder. The curriculum is quite similar to an MBA programme but the duration is shorter, which makes the course suitable for working professionals.

Students of PGPM learn topics such as Marketing, Micro and Macroeconomics, Finance, Business Laws, Organizational Behaviour etc. Students are also provided practical learning opportunities through internships, research work, industrial visits, live projects etc. as part of the course. The PGPM course used to be associated with IIMs but nowadays many private institutes have also started offering these courses due to their popularity.

Post Graduate Program in Management (PGPM) Eligibility Criteria

 

Students interested in taking admission to the PGPM course must first ensure that they take note of the eligibility criteria of the course. Colleges judge a candidate's eligibility based on two main factors -- academic background and work experience. PGPM courses are generally open to candidates from all streams. Given below are the details regarding the eligibility criteria of PGPM.

  • Candidate must have completed his graduation in any stream from a UGC-recognized college or university.
  • Candidate must have received a minimum of 50% aggregate marks or equivalent CGPA in his graduation. Some colleges may specify different minimum percentage criteria.

  • Reserved category students are given a relaxation of 5% in the minimum percentage criteria.

  • PGPM courses require candidates to have at least 2 years of work experience to be eligible. However, depending upon the college up to 5 years of work experience may be required for PGPM admissions.

PGPM Admission Process

PGPM has an entrance exam based admission process. Most of the colleges offering PGPM in India first shortlist eligible candidates on the basis of their scores in an entrance exam and then they conduct their very own selection process for the final selection of candidates. Given below is the general admission / selection process of PGPM colleges. The exact process may vary and candidates must refer to the admission policy of their college to understand the exact procedure that they must follow.

  • Candidates must first fill up the application form of the college that they are interested in. Application forms of almost all of the PGPM colleges can be filled online from the official website of the college.
  • Next step is to sit for entrance exams. The most commonly accepted entrance exams for PGPM admissions include CAT / XAT / MAT / CMAT / GMAT.
    Depending upon the college, one or more of these entrance exams may be considered valid. IIMs only accept CAT scores for admission and for admission to the Tier-1 IIMs, a student generally has to get a 99+ percentile score.

  • The candidates who clear the cutoff specified by the college are shortlisted to take part in the selection process of the college. The selection process may have up to the following 3 stages or rounds.

    • Written Ability Test (WAT)

    • Group Discussion (GD)

    • Personal Interview (PI)

Post Graduate Program in Management (PGPM) Career Options and Job Prospects

 

Even though PGPM is not a degree-course, it offers excellent career opportunities to professionals. Opting to go for a PGPM course at the correct time in your career can be very rewarding. Students with work experience and formal management education in the form of a PGP course are in high demand for leading corporate roles. PGPM salaries of students from top colleges can easily surpass the Rs. 10 LPA mark and salaries ranging from Rs. 20 - 25 LPA are also pretty common in the field. In fact, the average salary packages of PGPM students from top colleges constantly cross the Rs. 20 LPA mark.

The shorter duration of the course means that students can start earning earlier than a postgraduate degree or diploma courses and get an advantage in terms of additional work experience as well. What makes the course particularly beneficial is the corporate exposure that the course provides.

Many of the students that take up PGPM do it while still retaining their jobs. Such professionals also see an increase in their job position and salary after completing this course. Professionals are able to take leverage of their enhanced managerial and administrative skills to negotiate higher salary packages and corporations are willing to pay candidates who can bring these set of skills to the table.

The key recruiting areas of PGPM graduates is the private sector. Some of the top recruiting areas for PGPM include:

  • Consultancies
  • BFSI

  • Telecommunication

  • E-Commerce

  • IT Companies

  • MNCs etc.

Top Recruiting Companies for PGPM

There is a requirement for management professionals who have done PGPM in many industries, organizations and private businesses. Some of the top companies hiring PGPM graduates include:

  • Cognizant

  • Accenture

  • Bharti Airtel

  • Flipkart

  • Amazon

  • ITC

  • Deloitte

  • Citi Bank etc.

The popular job roles available after PGPM include:

  • Finance Manager

  • Business Officer

  • Consultant

  • Marketing Analyst etc.

Top Management Colleges

S.NoTop Management Colleges in India
1.Indian Institute of Management, [IIM] Ahmedabad
2.Indian Institute of Management, [IIM] Calcutta
3.Indian Institute of Management, [IIM] Bangalore
4.Xavier School of Management, [XLRI] Jamshedpur
5.Management Development Institute, [MDI] Gurgaon
6.SP Jain Institute of Management and Research, [SPJIMR] Mumbai
7.Indian Institute of Management, [IIM] Indore
8.Indian Institute of Management, [IIM] Kozhikode
9.Faculty of Management Studies, [FMS] Delhi
10.Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, [IIFT] Delhi

LIST OF TOP 15 PRIVATE MBA COLLEGES IN INDIA

1) Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur

Address: Rivers Meet Road, Circuit House Area, East, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand 831001

Phone: 0657 665 3333

Website: https://www.xlri.ac.in

 

2) Indian School of Business, Hyderabad

Address: Gachibowli, Hyderabad, Telangana 500032

Phone: 040 2300 7000

Website: https://www.isb.edu

 

3) S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai

Address:  Inside Bhavans College Campus, Munshi Nagar, Dadabhai Road, Andheri West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400058

Phone: 022 2623 7454

Website: http://www.spjimr.org

 

4) Birla Institute of  Management Technology, Greater Noida

Address: Plot Number 5, Knowledge Park 2, NCR, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201306

Phone: 093550 24501

Website: https://www.bimtech.ac.in

 

5) Symbiosis School of Business Management, Pune

Address: Symbiosis Knowledge Village, Gram Lavale, Tal Mulshi, Pune, Maharashtra 412115

Phone: 020 2811 6000

Website: https://www.sibm.edu

6) Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai

Address: V. L. Mehta Road, Vile Parle, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400056

Phone: 022 4235 5555

Website: https://www.nmims.edu

 

7) Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai

Address: Dr. Bala V. Balachandar Campus, East Coast Road,Manamai Village, Thirukazhukundram Taluk, Kancheepuram District, Manamai, Tamil Nadu 603102

Phone: 044 3080 9000

Website: https://www.greatlakes.edu.in

 

8) International Management Institute, Delhi

Address: B 10, Tara Crescent, Block B, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi, Delhi 110016

Phone: 011 4719 4100

Website: http://www.imi.edu

 

9) TA Pai Management Institute, Manipal

Address: Badagabettu Road, Manipal, Karnataka 576104

Phone:  0820 270 1000

Website: https://www.tapmi.edu.in

 

10) Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad

Address: Telav – Ghuma Rd, Shela, Gujarat 380058

Phone: 02717 308 250

Website: https://www.mica.ac.in

11) Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad

Address: Raj Nagar, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh 20100

Phone: 0120 300 2200

Website: https://www.imt.edu

 

12) The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India, Hyderabad

Address: Survey No. 156/157, IFHE-IBS Campus, Donthanapally, Shankarapalli, Hyderabad, Telangana 501203

Phone: 040 2347 9725

Website: http://www.ibshyderabad.org

 

13) Welingkar Institute, Mumbai

Address:  Lakhamsi Napoo Road, Opp.Matunga Gymkhana, Matunga, Mumbai,  Maharashtra 400019

Phone: 022 2419 8300

Website: https://www.welingkar.org

 

14) Loyola Institute of Business Administration, Chennai

Address: 1, Mahalingapuram Main Road, 1, Sterling Rd, Mahalingapuram, Nungambakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600034

Phone: 044 2817 7100

Website: https://liba.edu

 

15) Amity Business School, Noida

Address:  E-2 Block Room No.- GA 05, Sector 125, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201303

Phone:  098186 00962

Website: http://noida.agbs.in

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