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ISB ranked No 2 globally in students’ salary increase

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Published Jun 18, 2016, 1:07 am IST
Updated Jun 18, 2016, 1:07 am IST
The B-School has also reported a 28 per cent higher number of applications for the Class 2017, which will give it a better selectivity ratio.
Average incoming salary of our students was Rs 9,93,052, while average outgoing salary was Rs 22,57,587 — representing a 127 per cent jump in salary.
 Average incoming salary of our students was Rs 9,93,052, while average outgoing salary was Rs 22,57,587 — representing a 127 per cent jump in salary.

Hyderabad: Indian School of Business (ISB) has been ranked number two amongst the top 30 B-Schools globally for salary increase in terms of incoming and outgoing salary difference, according to the Financial  Times Global MBA Rankings 2016.

“We have had a very successful placements season for the just passed Class of 2016, registering a 127.33 per cent jump in the incoming and outgoing salary difference. Average incoming salary of our students was Rs 9,93,052, while average outgoing salary was Rs 22,57,587 — representing a 127 per cent jump in salary,” professor Dishan Kamdar, deputy dean (academic programmes) at ISB said.

 

Mr Kamdar said the 127.33 per cent jump is  is a testimony to the academic quality of ISB. During this placement season, he said the Hyderabad and Mohali-based B-school has 1,149 offers, which is the highest ever by ISB. “Top recruiters during this season continued to be consultancy and IT,” he said.

The B-School has also reported a 28 per cent higher number of applications for the Class 2017, which will give it a better selectivity ratio. “A higher number of applicants will allow us to choose the best students for the institute, which will reflect in placements,” Mr Kamdar.

 

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