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Indian School of Business (ISB)

The Indian School of Business (ISB) evolved from the need for a world-class business school in Asia. The founders, some of the best minds from the corporate and academic worlds, anticipated the leadership needs of the emerging Asian economies.


  • Jan 19, 1995 - Idea for the school was conceived
  • Jan 19, 1996 - ISB Board formed


  • Post Graduate Programmes
  • ISB's Advanced Management Programmes (AMPs)
  • Doctoral Studies


  • 342 Books and Monographs
  • 35 Reports
  • 1438 Published Papers
  • 700 Working Papers
  • 275 Cases
Research Topics:
  • Public Policy
  • Analytical Finance
  • Punj Lloyd Institute
  • Family Enterprise

Housing services

  • The campuses are self-contained oases in which the students will find that all their needs are met and surpassed by the world-class amenities and facilities.
  • The student villages form the four cornerstone’s of the campus. Each Student Village can accommodate 130 to 210 students in a mix of four-bedroom and studio serviced apartments. The apartments are air-conditioned, fully furnished and equipped with cable connection, voice and data ports for telephone.

Library services

The School’s LRC is at the heart of the Academic Centre, housed at Bajaj Auto Library at the Hyderabad campus and in the Academic Building (second floor) at Mohali campus.

  • 60000 Printed Books
  • 170 Printed Journals
  • 2500+ E-books
  • 2000+ E-Journals
  • 6800 AV Resources
  • 60+ Databases

ICT services

  • The learning resource centre (LRC), also known as the library, towers in the middle of the academic centre. It provides students with direct access to various printed and electronic information resources in the LRC.
  • campus LAN
  • Internet.

Campus life

  • The Indian Business School (ISB) has two state-of-the-art campuses, one in Hyderabad and a new campus in Mohali, which welcomed almost 200 students in April 2012. Located in tranquil settings, both campuses provide an environment that is conducive to learning.
  • The courtyard in the middle of the academic centre has an open-air atrium, which is the social hub of the campus. Shops and other facilities such as dining halls, a bank with ATM facilities, documentation centre, book store, mail room, coffee shop, travel desk, etc, are located here.

Sports facilities

  • The state-of-the-art recreation centre has sports facilities such as a swimming pool, fitness centre, and courts for badminton, squash, table tennis, lawn tennis, volleyball and basketball. The campus also has a billiards room and football field. There is also a play area for children and a toddler’s room.
  • Students interested in playing squash, table tennis, pool and football will find the requisite equipment and an excellent environment wherein they can practise their skill at the Recreation Centre. There is also a gymnasium and a swimming pool. Also available scattered at different locations in the campus are a volleyball court, a football ground, cricket nets, a children’s play area and a badminton court.

Student clubs

  • Business Technology Club 
  • Consulting Club
  • Energy Club 
  • Entrepreneurship & Venture Capital Club 
  • Finance Club
  • Healthcare Club
  • Manufacturing & Operations Club
  • Marketing Club
  • Net Impact Club
  • Public Policy Club
  • Retail and e-commerce Club
  • Senior Executive Club
  • SREI Infrastructure Club
  • Toastmasters Club
  • Women in Business Club

The Indian School of Business (Hyderabad and Mohali), has officially received accreditation from the Association of MBAs (AMBA), making it the 100th School in the world to achieve the ‘triple crown’ of accreditations from AMBA, EQUIS, and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

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