- Senior professionals are heading back to campuses to turbo-charge their careers.
- Most of the CEOs of India's top 30 companies that constitute the benchmark index on the Bombay Stock Exchange do not boast of MBA degrees.
- Specialised MBAs are in vogue, but only the top-flight institutes offer quality and campus placements.
- There are too few women managers to choose from. Will this change anytime soon?
- With bank loans diffi cult to come by, lack of funds is proving to be a big hurdle between talent and aspiration - especially for economically weak students.
- Indian B-schools are just about waking up to the imperative of doing research.
- IIMs and other B-schools still gravitate towards engineers - contrary to the trend in MBA admissions globally.
- BT and Nielsen listen in as B-school aspirants, students and graduates turn to the Internet in droves for counselling, sharing their experiences and improving prospects.
- As the growing band of politicians with business degrees swells, the big question is: can B-schools contribute to the quality of governance in India?
- The eighth BT-Nielsen marquee B-school rankings. And the story of the churn Indian management education is going through.
- We listened to more people, increased the number of cities covered, asked more questions in this year's B-school survey.
- It's been a big jump for this pioneer.
- What ranking? This institute does not even have plaster on its walls. But its faculty and students sure have fire in their bellies.
Oct 03, 2010
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