Every year, tens of thousands of students write the Common Admission Test, a prerequisite for admission to the top business schools in the country. This is their first step towards the much-coveted Master of Business Administration degree. The creme de la creme is taken under the wing of the big names i.e. the IIMs which is the usual trend. However, the generation of this age are not know for their ability to follow trends, they are most often referred to as \"trend setters\". So, what do trend setters do? They track new paths and discover fresh avenues. An institute that quite aptly fits the wavelength of the times is Indian School of Business or the ISB. The Indian School of Business was established in 2001 with an aspiration to put India on the global map of management education....
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