New Delhi, June 4th, 2015:
JK Business School (JKBS), one of the premier business schools in the country, announces admission to PG 2015-17 Programmes (Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India) at its Gurgaon campus, Damdama Lake Road,
Off Sohna Road, Bhondsi, Gurgaon.
Admission Eligibility: Graduate in any discipline from a recognized university. Candidates appearing in final examination in 2015 can also apply. Selection is based on MAT/CMAT/CAT
any other national management score.
Application Form: Application form can be purchased from the admission office of JKBS campus, Gurgaon by paying Rs. 700/- in cash or pay online via http://jkbschool.org/admissions.html
For admissions, please contact: 0124-2014091, +91-9711629701-05
Last Date of Application: 20th June, 2015.
Six prime reasons of applying in J K Business School:
* International exposure – Chance to study at
California State University, Monterey Bay, USA.
* Fully Residential campus – Facilitating 09.00 a.m.- 09.00 p.m. learning environment.
* Backed up by an industrial powerhouse: JK Organization
* Pool of ex IIM/IIT Faculty
members with wide spectrum industry experience are part of JKBS family.
* Best ROI amongst private schools in India - With a fee of Rs. 2.50 Lakhs per annum; an average salary of Rs. 4 Lakhs (Domestic) and Rs. 13 Lakhs
(International) is expected.
* International Placements in Dubai and Singapore.
ABOUT JK BUSINESS SCHOOL
JK Business School (JKBS) is the business education services provider founded to groom and develop
efficient managers and business leaders. JK business school backed by JK organization is expected to generate leaders who can create transform and sustain successful organization throughout the world. JK Business School is working
on alliance with various international and national educational bodies to deliver professional education in Management, and other related areas. The sprawling campus of JKBS is located at Damdama Lake Road, Bhondsi, Gurgaon
(Haryana). For further details please refer to www.jkbschool.org.
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