Indian Institute of Planning and Management

Indian Institute of Planning and Management (IIPM) is a business school headquartered in New Delhi, with 18 branches across India. Founded in 1973, the institute offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes in National economic planning and Entrepreneurship, as well as international and fellowship programmes. Its executive education programs also include non-credit courses and visits at foreign business schools. the institute has been the subject of tax issues which have been resolved, trade practices investigations which have been suspended, as well as media reports on controversies with respect to its advertising and ranking. In 2011, IIPM was ranked the 5th best business school in India and the 2011 Best B-school in Asia overall among B-schools from 29 countries at the second Asia’s Best B-School awards.

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