Once again IIM Udaipur has topped the charts for us! The IIM-U has left behind IIM-A in research rankings and has made the city proud. Last year as well, IIMU got hold of the 4th position in the same domain for the period 2012-2016.
This year, IIMU has grabbed the third spot, while Indian School of Business – Hyderabad and IIM – Bangalore have taken the first two positions.
The ranking list has been released by UT Dallas’ Naveen Jindal School of Management, Texas. The ranking is based on the research contributions by the top business schools in India. UT Dallas has formulated a list of the top 24 research journals worldwide and ranked the contributions made by each business school in terms of papers published between years 2013 to 2017.
Prof Janat Shah, Director of IIMU enlightened about the papers published by the B-School. Four papers have been published by research faculty of IIMU in the top journals, getting them an average score of 1.27, which has made them fall in the first five in the ranking.
The top ten ranking list goes as follows:
- Indian School of Business, Hyderabad
- Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
- Indian Institute of Management, Udaipur
- Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
- Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow
- Indian Institute of Management, Kolkatta
- Indian Institute of Management, Tiruchirapalli
- Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, and Institute of Rural Management Anand
- Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
- TA Pai Management Institute, Manipal
Have a look at the papers published by our IIMU to have knowledge of the echelon obtained by the B-school.
- IIMU publications in A category journals: 37 papers
- Two research projects approved each year, with an allocation of Rs 3.25 lac per project faculty
- 12 lac given under research incentive plan
- Travel, both national and international seminar and workshop participation
- Guest faculty also gave research opportunities
- IIMU publications in B category journals: 140 papers
- Two committees to manage research priorities
- 50% faculty allocated towards research projects