The Advantage at IBS
IBS has been one of the best B-Schools in the country, providing excellent academic delivery and infrastructure to its students. At IBS, innovative and globally accepted programs are being offered. 100% case-based learning is unique to IBS. IBS transforms its students into leaders of the future. IBS Hyderabad, is a constituent of the Icfai Foundation for Higher Education (IFHE), which was declared a deemed to be University under section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956.
IBS is collaborating with several national and international firms to train its students in specialized areas in information technology, business analysis and research. These partnerships include the following
Microsoft – IT Academy Program : IBS is partnering with Microsoft under the Microsoft IT Academy Program, to offer ongoing training, assessment and certification for students. IBM – Rational Software :
IBS, in association with IBM, provides training in Rational Software, a software suite which helps students improve productivity in code-centric, model-driven and rapid application development, process portfolio management, software configuration management and management of software quality.
SAS – The Power to Know :
Through a learning partnership with SAS, IBS offers its students the power of SAS business intelligence and data mining applications.
SAP UCC :
To bring SAP into the classroom, an alliance has been made for SAP UCC (University Competency Compliance) with Queensland University, Australia. This program aims to provide a brief idea to students about the functionality of ERP on the world renowned SAP platform. This program prepares students and makes them confident in adopting and learning SAP complete modules in the future for their career.
To help students learn to evaluate business processes analytically and efficiently, IBS has entered into an academic association with SPSS.
IBS offers its students the simulation software, iThink, using which students can create models to simulate business processes and scenarios, and understand the impact of different business decisions and their possible outcomes.
Professional Bodies & NGO Programs
IBS has membership in the following professional bodies: Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS); All India Management Association; Ahmedabad Management Association; Bengaluru Management Association; Bombay Management Association; Kolkata Management Association; Confederation of Indian Industries (CII); Indian Academy of Social Sciences; Indian Accounting Association; Indian Commerce Association; Indian Institute of Material Management; and The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE).
The Resource Alliance, UK :
The Resource Alliance is a global charity organization registered in UK and has been helping the social sector for last 30 years worldwide. In order to train the NGOs in India, IBS in partnership with the Resource Alliance, UK conducts a Certification Course on ‘Resource Mobilisation and Communication’ (RMC). These globally accredited courses have been held successfully in Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Chennai and Jaipur (overseas participants from Africa also participated).
IBS has collaborated with HDFC Bank to offer a customized certification program for the students shortlisted by HDFC Bank. These students qualify for placements separately. The faculty for this customized program is drawn from HDFC and IBS.
To meet the changing needs of modern banking, IBS has developed the following specialized banking electives in collaboration with the ICICI Bank.
- Banking Services Operations
- Wealth Management
- Rural Banking and Micro Finance
- Corporate and SME Banking
- Overview of Banking
- Retail Banking
IBS has designed and conducted many customized Executive Development Programs to meet the specific needs of corporates like JP Morgan, E-Serve, Infosys, HP, Fortis, SRF, etc.
IBS aims to transform students into leaders of tomorrow’s businesses and this development takes place continuously on the IBS campuses. The structure of the Management Program, the corresponding soft-skills training and the experience of handling events and responsibility brings out the leader in the student.
Case method: The case method puts you in the decision makers’ seats and poses the questions. It teaches one to draw insights from pure data and take decisions in the absence of complete data. The person leading the case discussion is a decision maker and the rest of the class will support and push the analysis of the case to the extent possible. The focus is on coming to a decision for the situation in the case with analysis of facts and a 360 degree view.
Soft skills: A leader creates his/her vision for the organisation and communicates it effectively to the rest of the organisation. The soft-skills training at IBS will enable the students to judge their communication abilities. There is also a focus on improving the EQ of our future leaders so that they are able to deal with the human element of running organisations.
Extracurricular activities: The students are encouraged to participate in a multitude of extracurricular activities so that they come out as well-rounded individuals. Organising cultural events, talks by stalwarts of the industry and a variety of on-campus activities give the students the chance to manage events, take responsibility for their success and become better, more experienced leader
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