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Thus the emphasis on curriculum design, restructuring and showcasing has been of lesser
leverage. • Knowledge Pool Shortage
Better pay packages attract the top-talent of academicians to foreign and private
universities. To get a perspective out of the 5 Top Ivy League schools in US, at one given
point 2 have had Deans of Indian nationality. Around 10% of any faculty in Ivy League
schools is of Indian nationality. 2.4. Impact of these Disclosures in India In India, though IIM Calcutta having the least disclosures it is still the preferred campus for
recruitments and one of the preferred destinations of students to pursue their MBA. This shows
that the impact of disclosures is not as severe as one might think from the outset in the past. This
requires identifying those dimensions of a school that a prospective candidate, or recruiter or a
graduate studying considers important for the B-school’s standing. 3. Primary Research We carried out a sample survey of 45 respondents from across institutes using an online survey
asking them the main characteristics they considered important in deciding the reputation of the
Business school. Out the respondents, 70% were graduates pursuing MBA, 25% were MBA aspirants and 5% were MBAs who had passed out. Most questions required the respondent to
rank preferences in terms of source of research done while selection of a B-school and what
dimensions of reputation are considered when judging a B-school’s standing.
The Questionnaire can be found at this link:
Xc6MQ 3.1.Results & Inference The following results were found from the survey; around 20% of respondents said that they
would not/would not carry out a research while selecting a B-school. Out of this 56% were ones
who were currently studying or passed out from a B-school. The others were general population
who were not related to MBA. The Cronbach Alpha of sources that peo...
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