JKBS-At a Glance

Flow with the following salient features to explore the core competencies of JKBS.

Gurugram has emerged as a hub of leading MNCs. Indeed, the rise of Gurugram as a corporate nerve-centre has blurred the old, classical division of power between Delhi and Mumbai - Mumbai remains the seat of finance, but its once unchallenged status as India's business capital is at stake; some of the largest corporations in India, particularly MNCs, have chosen to headquarter themselves in Gurugram.

JK Business School (JKBS) is working towards equipping the future managers and developing business leaders capable of responding to challenges in the emerging markets. Industry-interface is an important ingredient in the training process. JKBS is offering post-graduate courses in management. The institute has a strong faculty base, many of them are from IIMs/IITs having considerable exposure to the industry.

Today, Gurugram has emerged as an investor's haven. Its proximity to the capital has added immense value to the properties here. Gurugram is one of the most balanced places. It is planned and beautiful. Moderate living and luxury living both are possible due to the kind of equal developments taking place at almost all the places. This provides world class living standards and globally comparable business houses in the form of business centers and IT parks.

Apart from the Metro train facility, the 135 kms long Kundli-Manesar-Palwal expressway project in Haryana is on track. This western peripheral, which is being developed by the Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC), will be the longest in the country with its flourishing retail sector, residential integrated townships, increasing IT hubs, SEZs, Metro train and the eight-lane expressway connecting Gurugram and Delhi. This once-sleepy town has become the virtual growth engine of Indian reality.

Gurugram is fast emerging as an educational centre also, thanks to the educational policies of Haryana government as well as the central government. The governmental policy has been to provide land to different companies and educational units to establish their institutes in the region so that the crowded city of Delhi could be relieved. The city, as a result, has seen the coming up of a large number of educational institutions. Gurugram has been able to attract students from all streams of academics. These educational institutions vary from engineering colleges to management institutions.