JAMMU, Nov 20: The Business School, University of Jammu, has secured the 9th position in the prestigious India Today Best B-Schools Ranking for Value for Money (India Today; November13, 2023 Issue).
This ranking is the part of 2023 edition of the India Today Group -MDRA Best Business Schools Survey in which 273 Management Institutes participated. The India Today Best B-Schools Ranking is highly credible annual evaluation that assesses institutions across the country based on various parameters, including academic excellence, faculty quality, infrastructure and return on investment for students.
According to a handout, issued by TBS, this recognition accentuates the institution’s dedication to providing top-tier education that not only excels in quality but also offers exceptional value to its students. This ranking reflects the tireless efforts of the faculty and staff to create an environment that fosters academic rigor, practical skills development and a strong ethical foundation.
Prof Umesh Rai, Vice Chancellor of the University of Jammu, has applauded The Business School for achieving one more milestone by securing the 9th rank in India Today’s Best B-Schools for Value for Money. “This accomplishment reflects the dedication and hard work of the entire TBS community. The efforts of Prof Vinay Chauhan, Director of TBS, are commendable, and I appreciate his leadership in achieving this milestone,” he said in a message.
Prof Vinay Chauhan, Director TBS, commended the unwavering commitment and contributions of all stakeholders that led to this success. “This achievement is a testament to our unwavering dedication for providing high-quality education that is not only intellectually enriching but also economically sound for our students,” He said.
Earlier this year, The Business School achieved an impressive 11th rank in Return on Investment (RoI) and a 33rd position among top Government B-Schools in India, as recognized by Business Today Best B-School Survey and 18th rank in the Government B-School category by The Week B-School survey conducted by the Hansa Group.