*In its annual ranking-2013, BT ranked LPU at 9th rank in “Future Orientation” category among India's top 100 ‘Best B Schools’
* “This ranking proves we are moving in right direction”: LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal
Jalandhar: Prestigious business magazine ‘Business Today’ (BT) has ranked LPU MBA Program ahead of IIMs Indore & Shillong and IIT New Delhi in “Future Orientation” category. In its annual coveted ranking, the magazine has placed LPU at 9th position among India's top 100 ‘Best Business Schools’ in future orientation. LPU is pronounced “Future Ready”, and has excelled even IIM Indore placed at 20th, IIM Shillong at 28th and Department of Management Studies of IIT New Delhi at 25th position. This exclusive survey methodology was an amalgam of objective, perceptual and experiential surveys. In addition to these surveys, LPU amassed 911.2 scores for learning & living experiences, placement, selection process & establishment category surveys.
BT Editor Chaitanya Kalbag has mentioned: “Each year we strive to improve the survey and make it more robust and it just keeps getting better. The number of schools we have ranked has grown this year. Our B School surveys are followed very closely by human resource professionals, recruiters, faculty and students. However, this year survey has gone one step ahead of last year's comprehensive overhaul. A unique "experiential survey" of alumni has been added to validate whether their business school's education actually faced up to market reality.”
Feeling happy over the coveted ranking of the university, LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal said: “This ranking proves we are moving in the right direction. Such an encouragement from the prestigious source like ‘Business Today’ motivates us to further strive and excel in our outputs. Our faculty-members and students keep on working hard to ensure to be ever future ready. I anticipate that our school of Business will further work on strong corporate connections and introduce new teaching style to see university at number one position in future. ” Mr Mittal added: “Now we are aiming to strengthen value through participation in global surveys and gaining strong international accreditation.”