Hyderabad is on the verge of getting an international civil aviation university. Concordia University of Canada would be setting up the aviation-themed University. In all probability, the University would start offering its various courses in 2009. The campus would be set-up around 2010 in India’s first aerospace-oriented special economic zone in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh.
It has been proposed that it will be called the International Civil Aviation University (ICAU). The project would seek investment in the range of $40 to 50 million. The University’s initial programmes would include B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering, M.Sc. Aeronautical Engineering, B.Sc. Aviation Management, M.Sc. Air Transport Management and Aviation MBA. The University would span across Hyderabad, Montreal and Toulouse.
The Dean of the top notch business school, Indian School of Business, announced the plans to open a campus in Mohali, Punjab, as quoted by The Economic Times. In its report, the news daily wrote that the business school is planning to increase its student capacity from 440 seats to 560 seats next year.
The Hyderabad based Indian School of Business is one of the few to be accredited by International organisations and agencies. Financial Times ranked it among the top 20 business schools in the world. The world-class education has further marked the developmental changes in the country.
The graduates completing their courses from the reputed business schools in India are instantly placed in the industry and occupy good positions. Indian talent is being approved and recognized at International level and much credit goes to the popular schools of India.