Thursday, July 29, 2010



The Chennai Business School has evolved with a motivation to give students the confidence to handle real life issues in business. The governing council members of Chennai Business School have come from various like fields like automobile, telecom, retail, entertainment, communication and engineering. The school offers courses in five specializations and each specialization they call it as ‘varsity’. The five varsities are HR varsity, IT varsity, Marketing and communication varsity, retail varsity, financial management varsity, international management varsity and service management varsity. The subjects are handled by both full time and visiting faculties, a part of the sessions are handled by professionals from different industries. Chennai business school offers short term courses in finance, banking and insurance sectors.  The school also offers executive PGPM for the working and corporate professionals. The student selection criteria include good academic record, group discussions, personal interviews and aptitude tests. Students who have written their CAT, MAT, GMAT, and XAT will an advantage in getting their admission in the school. The school admits both fresh graduates as well experience professional in their PG program. On an average the school offers 90% placement to the students and few of the hiring companies are ABN Amro, Cavincare, CII, HCL, Ashok Leyland, iNautix, Pantaloon, Reliance retail, Taj hotels, TCS etc. The Chennai business school stands high among other school since it is built by the distinguished professionals who have rich experience in their industries. The advisory council members have an excellent academic record and have massive experience in their subjects. The school takes in application for his full time program in the month of June and invites applications throughout the year for short and executive programs. The Chennai Business School is located in Velachery and it is surrounded by many IT parks. Within very short span of time the school has emerged as a leader in business education.

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