IIM-Calcutta has debuted on the Financial Times ‘Masters in Management’ global rankings for the first time, securing the 19th spot.
IIM-Ahmedabad, on the other hand, slipped by eight ranks, settling at 18. The institution’s flagship two-year post-graduate programme had come in at 10 in 2012.
India now houses two of the top 20 management programmes of the world. Ashok Banerjee, Dean of New Initiatives and External Relations at IIM-C, feels this recognition will change the notion that India’s reputed institutions can hardly compete across global platforms.
“This ranking will further boost the foundation of IIM-C and help us get better students, faculty and ultimately good placements,” he said.
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