Jindal Global Business School or JGBS in a premier business school of the NCR region. An initiative of the O.P. Jindal Global University, it started off in 2010 and offers two cutting-edge management programmes - MBA and MBL.
Facilitating free thinking in global business issues, JGBS promotes excellence in teaching and research.
JGBS has realized that business education is moving towards innovative learning with exposure to real-life business training to students. Focus on work experience prior to postgraduate studies, understanding intercultural and cross-cultural issues, and ability to create and develop business is emphasized upon at the institute.
Low student-faculty ratio at par with the best universities in the world, and highly accomplished and competent full-time residential faculty and business leaders to mentor and teach students make JGBS programmes unique and special.
The JGBS Pedagogy
JGBS adopts an interdisciplinary method of teaching where faculty members actively involve themselves in meaningful research and collaborations with the industry. It will soon publish Jindal Global Business Review that will carry thought provoking research on issues of global concern from stakeholders, including the industry and academia. The Review will have a global editorial board and will seek partnerships with similar publications of global repute to develop a holistic research publication.
JGBS- Case Studies Centre will soon be set up to develop case studies of international quality. These case studies will also be marketed to other interested schools in India and abroad. The institute has already tied up with European Case Clearing House (ECCH) for the purpose.
Academic freedom, student-centered learning, industry partnerships, industry integrated consulting centre and on-campus incubator are some of the main highlights of the institute. JGBS has married management education with public policy, corporate social responsibility, entrepreneurship, corporate governance and other issues of global concern. Hence, it will also address the needs and challenges of international business enterprises as well as government and civil society's policy work.