BIBS, INDIA


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Key Features
1. More than 10% of the MBA batch of 2015 have bagged international placements
2. The only business school in West Bengal with a tie up with National Stock Exchange (NSE)
3. In 2014 itself, more than 120 companies have visited BIBS to interact with the students

Bengal Institute of Business Studies (BIBS) is a premier business school located in Kolkata. Established in 2008, BIBS Kolkata is a recognised management institution of repute in Eastern India, which has been consistently delivering the best MBA placements for quite a few years. In fact, more than 10 per cent of the 2015 MBA batch students at BIBS have bagged International Placements
The only B school in eastern India that has an unmatched team of industry leaders as faculty that gives the students a platform to learn on the field is a unique feather in the BIBS cap. That enhances their placement opportunities as they are industry-ready. Stalwarts like Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, Chetan Bhagat and Kapil Dev have interacted with BIBS students. These dignitaries teach the students to be better in life by educating themselves in a manner that best suits their talent. This is in addition to the illustrious list of academics who have a treasure trove of knowledge to share with the students. Alumni from prestigious institutions like IIMs and XLRI provide the students with a grounded base of management that makes for a valuable starting point.
The admission process involves a rigorous screening of candidates who have successfully cleared CAT/XAT/MAT and other prominent management entrance tests. All selections are made keeping in mind the strengths of the students and their ability to perform the rigours of management education.
The institute has tied up with leading organisations like Oracle Academy, National Stock Exchange, CREDAI, NEN and TiE to name a few, to give its students the best placement opportunities. Companies like BFC-Bahrain, PRAN – Dubai, ITC, Hindustan Unilever, KPMG, Pepsico, the Aditya Birla Group are among those who have recruited BIBS students.

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