All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)
Jain (Deemed-to-be) University
CMS Business School is a private college under Jain University. It is ranked among the top business schools and is one of the best colleges in India. The college is approved by AICTE and affiliated with Jain University, Bangalore.
CMS Business School, Jain University's curriculum is progressive, rigorous, and relevant. It focuses on the application of the theoretical concept in practical life. The faculty members are highly qualified and dedicated.
The students undergo training from globally professional bodies like the Chartered Institute of Marketing and the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment. CMS Business School reviews have remained excellent for its facilities, infrastructure, and academics.
CMS B-School has exchange programs from more than 22 countries in the world. They offer intensive programs that cover the principles of strategic thinking in the business context. MBA students are encouraged to become a part of a diverse global community to learn through international perspectives and enrich their learning experience.
CMS Business School offers industry-relevant programs. Students are encouraged to work in real-time with the industry to get an idea of how the industry functions. The college campus is provided with Wi-Fi facilities so that the students can access the internet from anywhere, carrying a portable wireless device.
CMS Business School ranking in India is 62 for MBA by Outlook 2020. The college library has books that give students access to the information needed in supporting the demands of top business schools. The students can also learn 2 foreign languages under InLingua, training offered by the college.
CMS Business School placements training allows students to step forward in their careers. The college also provides living spaces for the students, and the rooms are provided with all the modern facilities and quality food. CMS Business School fees for UG and PG courses differ from course-to-course.
Scholarships subject to central/state government and college rules.