Why pursue higher education at ISB in Hyderabad and Mohali?
Updated: Dec 16, 2020
Life at ISB tantamount to transformation at ISB in Hyderabad and Mohali. This change in an individual is facilitated by the high impact environment that ISB. Faculty, initiatives, alumni are all that make ISB standout and deliver nothing but the best.
Effects of business school in India
Business schools have given the Indian industry access to a high quality of trained business professionals. This has equipped organizations with specialised man power and leadership to take the companies to higher echelons. Business schools like IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Bangalore, IIM Kolkata, Indian School of Business are among the world’s top ranked schools. Thought leaders, business innovators graduating from these institutions lead organisations in top positions and many become entrepreneurs to add to the Startup culture in India. All in all the effect of business schools is positive for growth and leadership of organisations.
What is the minimum salary a graduate from Indian School of Business Hyderabad can expect in 2018 19?
A minimum salary figure would actually be a presumptuous number. Indian school of Business Hyderabad admits students from different walks of life with different backgrounds in their professional journey. The salary they are offered post ISB depends largely on these factors and is of course much higher as compared to what an individual was drawing previously.
How to start finding business management visiting faculty profiles in India?
The best way to search is visit the school websites and look up the profiles on LinkedIn. The faculty research, publications and specialisations are easily available there.
Here are some leading faculty achievements and initiatives at ISB in Hyderabad and Mohali that every MBA aspirant should know about.
Professor of Operations Management and Executive Director of the Max Institute of Healthcare Management at ISB in Hyderabad and Mohali - Professor Sarang Deo's paper on “Improving HIV Early Infant Diagnosis Supply Chains in Sub-Saharan Africa: Models and Application to Mozambique”. This paper written by Jónas Oddur Jónasson, Sarang Deo and Jérémie Gallien has attained a position in the FT papers on social impact amongst the list of top 100 papers.
At ISB, Professor Sarang Deo teaches courses in Operations Management like:
Statistical Methods for Management Decisions
Process Excellence in Healthcare Organisations
Designing and Managing Effective Healthcare Delivery Systems
Distinguished faculty from ISB, Professor Sarang Deo and Professor K Vaidyanathan are also contributing proactively to the medium and longer term post-COVID economic strategy for Punjab.
Another stellar faculty at ISB, Professor Apoorva Javadekar who teaches MBA courses in International finance and fixed income securities at ISB, has published a paper on “The Allocation of Talent Across Mutual Fund Strategies” which was adjudged with the “Best Paper Award”.
Max Institute of Healthcare Management (MIHM) is working with the London School of Hygiene Tropical Medicine to understand ‘Incentivising fruit and vegetable consumption in urbanising India’.
As another initiative on the healthcare front on the issue of ‘Private provider practices for effective management of hypertension’ for Telangana and Bihar, ISB submitted a report on ‘Costing of family planning methods in India’ as a part of a research project for the Centre for Disease, Dynamics, Economics and Policy. This report analysed the cost of delivering family planning interventions in public health and social franchising systems. It also submitted a forecast on the future requirements of scaling up of family planning during 2020-2025.
Students from ISB PGPMAX, have entered the 11th annual Regional Summit in San Francisco/Toronto/Ho Chi Min City with their solutions on sustainable living.
ISB in Hyderabad and Mohali has 11 Special Interest Groups which are led and moderated by ISB Alumni.
As a part of another new initiative at ISB in Hyderabad and Mohali - Executive Connect the alumni interacted with Mallika SrinivasanChairman and MD at TAFE for ‘Future of Business Post Covid-19’ and with Manoj Kohli-Country Head-SoftBank India to discuss the ‘Emerging Business models: leading in the new era’ .
JumpstartIndia@ISB is a unique set of projects to aid the Indian economy recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic which is managed by the Bharti Institute of Public Policy at ISB in Hyderabad and Mohali.
These are some updates from the life at ISB in Hyderabad and Mohali for ISB aspirants.