🔥 IIM Calcutta is included in the Financial Times Executive Education Rankings 2020 and ranks 65th in the list of 85 countries. IIM Calcutta is included in the Financial Education Executive Education Ranking 2020 and ranks 65th in the list of 85 countries
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- The category of institutions that best meet the needs of the education sector is included
- According to the institute, 442 students will have a job in 2020, whose average salary is 10 percent higher than in 2019.
The Indian Institute for Management (IIM) Kolkata is included in the Financial Times Executive Education Rankings 2020, a category of institutions that best meet the needs of the executive education sector. The institute said that IIM is also included in the list of three Indian schools included in the global rankings. At the same time, it ranks 65th in the list of 85 countries worldwide. This prestigious global ranking in this category was announced on Monday.
During the Corona period, there was little impact on jobs
In this regard, IIM director Professor Anju Seth said IMM Calcutta was satisfied with this achievement. He said that this prestigious business school has carried out excellent programs in this area through online media in recent years. The coronavirus epidemic is making it difficult for students to get jobs and internships at most business schools in the country this summer. In the meantime, IIM Calcutta claimed a few weeks ago that this had little impact on the job offer here.
In 2020, 442 students got a job
According to the institute, 442 students will have a job in 2020 whose average salary will be 10 percent higher by 2019. Only one company canceled six of its vacancies due to the transition. Abhishek Goyal, chairman of the IIM Calcutta Planning Committee, said: “The global headquarters of only one recruiter has canceled six vacancies due to the Kovid 19 epidemic. Other recruiters have decided to change the appointment date from May to July. Business decision.”