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Step By Step To The Top

The IIMs and some legacy private schools continue to lead the way among India's business schools, but many others have their work cut out to improve their global rankings.

Over the years, the India Today Group's annual rankings of the country's business schools have come to be accepted as the last word on the state of management education in India. The survey has expanded its scope and analysis, now offering a 360 degree perspective -- from institutes' infrastructure to their quality of education to the value for money they offer. After all, a management degree or diploma is still very expensive, even though Indian business schools are more affordable than most global institutes.

However, though affordability could be a debatable aspect, there cannot be any compromise on quality of education. In this context, the significance of the India Today Group's survey of business schools is only increasing every year. Gaining admission to the right business school is often the most crucial step in the making or breaking of a career. Every year,

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