IIM Calcutta Receives AMBA Accreditation

School is the sixth in India to be accredited by AMBA

The Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIM-C) has been received AMBA accreditation. The school joins a growing list of business schools in India that have been accredited by the international accreditation organization.

IIM-C offers a range of PGP programs, which are offered by institutions in India and are generally synonymous with MBA programs.

To become accredited by AMBA, a business school has to meet a series of guidelines, covering the institution, the school's faculty, and the students. For instance, students in accredited programs are expected to have minimum of three years of work experience.

The other business schools in India that have AMBA accreditation are the Indian Institute of Management Lucknow, Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, International Management Institute Delhi, Management Development Institute India and SPJain Institute of Management and Research.

Read about why MBA accreditation is important, and see a list of AMBA-accredited business schools here.

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