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Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati launches school of business, MBA admissions to begin in January 2022.

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati has commenced its academic activities in the newly launched School of Business and will soon admit the first batch of students to its flagship programme, Masters of Business Administration.

The admission process for the MBA program will open in January 2022, and the first batch is expected to start their studies from July 2022. Admission to MBA program will be in line with the admission process followed by other IITs offering MBA programme. This program needs to be open to the prospective applicants who have qualified the Common Entrance Test (CAT) 2021.

Candidates can check the schedule details at The admission process will be in two phases. In Phase 1, shortlisting of applications for Personal Interview (PI) will be done. This will be followed by Phase 2, where the final selection will be made on the basis of PI along with some other parameters.

TG Sitaram, Director, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati highlighted that the establishment of the Business School at IIT Guwahati was inspired by the idea of ​​contributing and promoting the disciplines of Management and Entrepreneurship among other emerging disciplines.

He emphasized the mission of the School to create an ecosystem in line with NEP2020, where learners from diverse backgrounds can strive and acquire expert skills and knowledge in business management as well, while also creating an opportunity for executives and technocrats to translate their ideas into tangible business solutions.

Head of the school, Laishram Boing Singh mentioned that the primary goal of this newly established school is to impart business and management knowledge along with the right skills, so as to empower individuals striving to achieve tangible entrepreneurial goals.

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