‘The Week’ Ranks LPU School of Business among Top Management Institutions of India


“LPU B School (LSB) is on the forefront of (a) …..transformational effort through application oriented curriculum, student centric pedagogy and research exposure.” – Chancellor, LPU


Proving itself once again as one of the flag-bearers of management education in India, Lovely Professional University School of Business has been ranked among top management institutions of India by major magazine ‘The Week’. Already accredited by ACBSP (USA) LPU MBA programs are globally recognized. For this prestigious ranking, the magazine conducted “The Week-Hansa Research Best Colleges Survey 2015”.  Adopting diverse ranking standards, LPU B-School has been Included among top 14 private management institutions of the North Zone including BITS Pilani, MDI Gurgaon, FSM Delhi, IMT Ghaziabad.


Feeling proud on the coveted ranking of the Business School, LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal said, “I am happy to see the LPU B School getting world-wide recognition. In fact, education in India needs to be transformed to cultivate among students the highest order of thinking skills including application of theory, analysis, evaluation, creativity and entrepreneurship. LPU B School (LSB) is on the forefront of this transformational effort where due attention is paid to these dimensions through application oriented curriculum, student centric pedagogy and research exposure.” Mr Mittal further informed: “Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) of USA, LPU B School envisions being among top 200 global business schools by 2025. Started with a vision of transforming business studies, it recognizes the latent power of each individual and hones them to the fullest. Apart from providing a variety of opportunities for students to improve their employability, LPU B School capitalizes on the industry and academic experience of its faculty to prepare students to work effectively in the modern complex and challenging business environment.”


‘The Week-Hansa Research Best Colleges Survey 2015’ covered 11 disciplines and was conducted across all top cities of India including Ahmadabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Pune.  For perceptual data primary survey was conducted among 741 academic experts, 2,240 students, 250 aspirants and 20 recruiters. Factual information was tried to be collected through a dedicated website from more than 2,000 colleges. Thus rankings of different colleges are based on a composite score derived by combining perceptual and factual scores.