SPJIMR is recognised as one of the top four management schools across 21 participating countries for social impact by the Positive Impact Ratings (PIR) Association at the UN PRME Global Forum.
It has been awarded the highest “pioneering school” rating for its innovative community-based actions, environmental and socially responsible culture and governance, and strong teaching focus on responsible leadership. This is the second successive year that SPJIMR has received this recognition.
PIR, a Swiss association, governs these ratings. It was initiated by a group of concerned business school experts and founded by the endorsers WWF, Oxfam International and the UNGC Switzerland, with the active support of the funders VIVA Idea and The Institute for Business Sustainability (IBS).
The factors considered are infrastructure, intellectual resources such as faculty, academic programmes & processes, quality of students admitted, placements, industry exposure and extra-curricular activities.
The factors considered are selection process, learning experience, living experience, future orientation and placement processes.
The factors considered include admission attractiveness, age & accreditation, placement & ROI, pedagogy & infrastructure, brand appeal and industry connect.
The factors considered include research, employability, student quality, inclusiveness and diversity in its annual business school rankings.
The factors considered are leadership excellence, global interface, intellectual capital, innovation incubation, faculty, infrastructure, industry linkages, placement, and ROI.
The factors considered are input such as quality and profile of students admitted; processes like teaching, learning processes adopted, accreditation etc.; output such as placements, entrepreneurship etc.
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