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IBS, Hyderabad (Faculty of Management Studies) is a constituent of the ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education, which is declared to be a Deemed-to-be-university under Section 3 of UGC Act. 1956. IBS offers high-quality programs in different areas of management to a cross-section of students, executives and professionals across India. IBS has a reputation for innovative program design and delivery, quality courseware, personalized instruction, strong industry interface, research, consultancy and publications. Since its establishment in 1995, IBS has grown impressively and achieved widespread recognition from business and industry, academic circles, and professional bodies. The campus at Hyderabad is a 91 acre lush green campus with built-up area of over 10 lakh sq.ft. The fully residential campus is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. Different academic blocks are available with classrooms, lecture theaters, tutorial rooms, conference halls, seminar halls, auditorium, library, computer lab, faculty rooms, meeting rooms, administrative offices, academics office, student support services office, and career management center. IBS seeks to provide a high quality learning experience, in an adaptive environment, with a focus on relevance, rigor and research. The mission of IBS is to develop ethically-grounded professional managers who can add value to the organizations and communities to which they belong. IBS has a growing alumni base of over 6,600 who are currently pursuing fast track careers with 500 plus companies in India and abroad. Rankings IBS is consistently ranked among the top B-Schools in India, in the annual B-School surveys every year. SAQS Accreditation IBS-Hyderabad is among the first three B-Schools from South Asia to be SAQS accredited by AMDISA. The South Asia Quality Improvement System (SAQS) has been developed by Association of Management Development Institutes of South Asia (AMDISA) and European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) as a special project under the Asia Link program funded by the European Union. Some more reputed B Schools also have received SAQS accreditation and many more are seeking it. CRISIL Grading IBS Hyderabad was among the first B-Schools to be graded by CRISIL with a grade of A** at the national level and A ** at the state level.


IBS is consistently ranked among the top B-Schools in India, in the annual B-School surveys every year. SAQS Accreditation IBS-Hyderabad is among the first three B-Schools from South Asia to be SAQS accredited by AMDISA. The South Asia Quality Improvement System (SAQS) has been developed by Association of Management Development Institutes of South Asia (AMDISA) and European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) as a special project under the Asia Link program funded by the European Union. Some more reputed B Schools also have received SAQS accreditation and many more are seeking it. CRISIL Grading IBS Hyderabad was among the first B-Schools to be graded by CRISIL with a grade of A** at the national level and A ** at the state level.

Hostel facilities are available to students. Sports and Recreation Facilities

Sports play a vital role in all-round development of students. A wide range of indoor and outdoor games facilities are available. Indoor games facilities like chess, caroms, table tennis, etc. Swimming pool Gyms Football and Cricket grounds State-of-the-art courts for Badminton, Basketball, Squash and Volleyball.


Academic Infrastructure The academic infrastructure is equipped with the best of facilities to enhance the quality of teaching and learning process. Lecture theatres and classrooms are designed to facilitate the case pedagogy that IBS has adopted. All lecture theatres and classrooms are networked and wi-fi enabled and fitted with audio visual tools to enhance the teaching-learning experience. The IT infrastructure and library provide the support to make available to faculty and students up-to-date knowledge and information for learning, research and consultancy. Simulation softwares are available to help students relate to real-life dynamics while taking business decisions. The seminar halls and auditorium are centers where experts from industry and academia share their life experiences.

The complete academic monitoring and control is done through the intranet - the CampusNet and the Faculty Zone. The CampusNet is the portal of communication for students on academic matters, library, placements, accounts, hostel etc. The Faculty Zone is for the faculty research and academic activities and HR and accounts information Faculty Resources The campus has a large and well qualified faculty pool. The faculty members are involved in research, case development and industry consultancy. Many of the faculty members hold doctoral qualifications and have rich industry experience. Computing Facilities Hyderabad campus is equipped with the latest state-of-the-art technology of computer network with high speed backbone and security through CISCO high end routers. Hostels are wired to link with the campus high speed network backbone, the auditorium and classrooms are also connected with the local high speed LAN for facilitating faculty for teaching and accessing databases. Video conferencing facility is available for sharing lectures and group discussions with other national and international institutes and also in extensive use by prospective employers for placements. The campus has exclusive subscription of Microsoft products viz. Windows XP, Office 2007, Microsoft exchange, SQL server etc, Adobe products (PageMaker, Acrobat, Photoshop etc.) which are being used in day-to-day operations. For teaching, labs are licensed with SAP, SPSS, SAS, iThink, Rational Rose, Eviews, Microsoft CRM, AutoCAD, Cadian Advanced CAD etc. 100 mbps of high speed Intranet is extensively used by students and faculties for academic purposes. Students have built campus radio on the local LAN for information to the students about the latest happenings, announcements and entertainment. Library Facilities Library is equipped with latest software packages and a large collection of books, CDs, videos, Indian and international journals; magazines and research reports, relating to management and allied subjects. IBS subscribes to several academic online databases like Ebsco business source complete, Econlit, Academic search complete, Emerald management extra, ProQuest, JSTOR and Cabells directory; industry databases like the World Development Indicators; CMIE databases (including Prowess, Aefa, CapEx, Business Beacon and Industry Analysis Survey) and Capitaline and business and research oriented online databases like Reuters, Business Insights and Marketline. The library is fully supported by the IT infrastructure. The library services are computerized with LibSuite Web enabled library software which facilitates automated identification, reservation and circulation of books. Barcodes and scanners are used to issue books. A web based catalogue is also available on the internet for inquiring about the books.

IBS gives you skills, knowledge and strategic perspectives essential to global business leadership. In our programs, you will learn to integrate, adapt and apply functional skills to different business situations you may face as business leaders.

Course methodology
The case study method is a key component of the academic program at IBS, which is one of the few institutions in India that has made case studies a critical part of its curriculum. Management case studies describe the situations faced by practicing managers in a narrative form, and also provide the supporting information necessary to involve students in the decision-making process. These case studies encourage students to think of the possible ways of handling such situations, and help them learn the complexities of decision-making in business and the challenges that managers face every day at work. Almost all the courses in the IBS program are designed keeping in mind the advantages of the case method. Most of the courses are taught 100% through case studies - the case studies being tailor-made to the requirements of different subject areas and topics. IBS case studies have also been published in several leading management textbooks published internationally. IBS has dedicated research and content development centers for producing case studies and supporting material. Most of these case studies are also made available to global customers through the European Case Clearing House and have also been published in several leading management textbooks published internationally. IBS offers a balanced mix of case studies based on foreign as well as Indian companies which have won recognition at international case writing competitions. By learning through the globally accepted and popular case method of learning, students are able to hone their comprehension, analytical and decision-making skills. In addition, case studies help them become better team players and managers. The MBA program is offered at Hyderabad , Dehradun, Tripura, Sikkim and Jaipur. The PGPM program is offered at Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Gurgaon, Kolkata, Mumbai and Pune. The BBA program is offered at Hyderabad


The BBA Program is 3-year campus-based program designed to enhance the skills and competencies of talented and ambitious young aspirants.

Pass in 10+2 or equivalent examination with an aggregate 60% and above (any discipline) in English Medium.

Program Structure
The BBA Program is divided into 6 semesters spread over 3 years. About 7 courses are covered in each semester. In addition there are two summer internship programs, one at the end of the first year and the second one at the end of the second year. Program Structure Semester I

Semester II

Principles of Management Financial Accounting I Business Statistics Marketing Management I Business Economics Business English Introduction to IT

Introduction to Psychology Financial Accounting II Business History Marketing Management II Macro Economics Business Report Writing Database Management System

Summer Internship Program Semester III

Semester IV

Mercantile Law Financial Management I Business Research Methods Organizational Behavior Operations Management Global Business Project I Soft Skills I

Company Law & Taxation Financial Management II Management Accounting Human Resource Management Quality & Productivity Management Global Business Project II Soft Skills II

Summer Internship Program Semester V Semester VI

Business Strategy Global Business Project III Project Management International Business Management Elective I Elective II

Leadership & Entrepreneurship Management Control & Information Systems Governance & Ethics Electives III Electives IV Electives V

The students have the option to pursue the elective streams in Finance, Marketing, HRM and IT & Systems. Students have the flexibility in choosing their elective streams. The details will be provided in the Student Handbook.

Admission Fee: Rs 20,000 to be paid before June 15, 2012 Program Fee: Rs 4,80,000 to be paid @ 80,000 per semester for 6 semesters. Caution Deposit (Refundable): Rs 10,000 Alumni Society Membership Fee: Rs 10,000 to be paid during semester VI

Accommodation and Transport

Limited hostel rooms are available on campus. Day scholars can avail bus facility from city (Punjagutta X road) to campus on payment basis. The MBA program is offered at Hyderabad , Dehradun, Tripura, Sikkim and Jaipur. The PGPM program is offered at Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Gurgaon, Kolkata, Mumbai and Pune. The BBA program is offered at Hyderabad

The PhD program is designed for students interested in management teaching, research, and consultancy. The main objectives of the program are to:

Develop management teachers well equipped with the skills required for imparting education to business school students Develop bright young academics with research skills to conduct research in contemporary issues in management

Course description
The PhD program has 5 phases, namely- Doctoral Coursework, Pedagogy, Qualifying Examination, Preparation of Research Proposal and Thesis Work and can be completed in four years. The coursework ensures the students pick up the necessary functional skills to carry out Doctoral Thesis Research through seminars, courses and research projects. During the first two years, the students learn the basics of efficient and effective management instruction. They also experience the case method through the writing of cases as well as intensive workshops on teaching and soft skills. At the end of the coursework, students undergo the Qualifying Examination, which tests the student's knowledge of the prescribed areas and their ability to apply it in original research. Upon clearing the Qualifying Examination, the students register for the independent study courses and prepare their Ph.D. thesis proposal under the guidance of a Doctoral Advisory Committee. In the third year the students are sent abroad for the Visiting Scholar Program where they fine tune their thesis proposal. After returning to India they defend their thesis proposal and start working on their Ph.D. thesis. They complete the Ph.D. thesis work in the fourth year. The PhD program trains the candidate to an extent where they can be assured of success in any organization - whether academic or corporate. The part time PhD works in an almost similar manner. The course work is completed over a period of two years and the candidate is expected to make six visits to campus for two weeks each. The process of Qualifying Examination, Thesis Proposal and Thesis Defence are the same as the Full Time PhD program


Industry Networking
IBS is collaborating with several national and international firms to train its students in specialized areas in information technology, business analysis and research. These partnerships include the following:

IT Programs
Microsoft - IT Academy Program: IBS is partnering with Microsoft under the Microsoft IT Academy Program, to offer ongoing training, assessment and certification for students. IBM - Rational Software: IBS, in association with IBM, provides training in Rational Software, a software suite which helps students improve productivity in code-centric, model-driven and rapid application development, process portfolio management, software configuration management and management of software quality. SAS - The Power to Know: Through a learning partnership with SAS, IBS offers its students the power of SAS business intelligence and data mining applications. SAP UCC: To bring SAP into the classroom, an alliance has been made for SAP UCC (University Competency Compliance) with Queensland University, Australia. This program aims to provide a brief idea to students about the functionality of ERP on the world renowned SAP platform. This program prepares students and makes them confident in adopting and learning SAP complete modules in the future for their career.

SPSS: To help students learn to evaluate business processes analytically and efficiently, IBS has entered into an academic association with SPSS. iThink Software: IBS offers its students the simulation software, iThink, using which students can create models to simulate business processes and scenarios, and understand the impact of different business decisions and their possible outcomes.

Professional Bodies & NGO Programs Professional Bodies: IBS has membership in the following professional bodies: Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS); All India Management Association; Ahmedabad Management Association; Bangalore Management Association; Bombay Management Association; Kolkata Management Association; Confederation of Indian Industries (CII); Indian Academy of Social Sciences; Indian Accounting Association; Indian Commerce Association; Indian Institute of Material Management; and The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE). The Resource Alliance, UK: The Resource Alliance is a global charity organization registered in UK and has been helping the social sector for last 30 years worldwide. In order to train the NGOs in India, IBS in partnership with the Resource Alliance, UK conducts a Certification Course on 'Resource Mobilisation and Communication' (RMC). These globally accredited courses have been held successfully in Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Chennai and Jaipur (overseas participants from Africa also participated). Banking Programs HDFC Bank: IBS has collaborated with HDFC Bank to offer a customized certification program for the students shortlisted by HDFC Bank. These students qualify for placements separately. The faculty for this customized program is drawn from HDFC and IBS. ICICI Bank: To meet the changing needs of modern banking, IBS has developed the following specialized banking electives in collaboration with the ICICI Bank.

Banking Services Operations Wealth Management Rural Banking and Micro Finance Corporate and SME Banking Overview of Banking Retail Banking Customized Programs

IBS has designed and conducted many customized Executive Development Programs to meet the specific needs of corporates like JP Morgan, E-Serve, Infosys, HP, Fortis, SRF, etc.

Leadership Development
IBS aims to transform students into leaders of tomorrow's businesses and this development takes place continuously on the IBS campuses. The structure of the Management Program, the corresponding soft-skills training and the experience of handling events and responsibility brings out the leader in the student. Case method: The case method puts you in the decision makers' seats and poses the questions. It teaches one to draw insights from pure data and take decisions in the absence of complete data. The person leading the case discussion is a decision maker and the rest of the class will support and push the analysis of the case to the extent possible. The focus is on coming to a decision for the situation in the case with analysis of facts and a 360 degree view. Soft skills: A leader creates his/her vision for the organisation and communicates it effectively to the rest of the organisation. The soft-skills training at IBS will enable the students to judge their communication abilities. There is also a focus on improving the EQ of our future leaders so that they are able to deal with the human element of running organisations. Extracurricular activities: The students are encouraged to participate in a multitude of extracurricular activities so that they come out as well-rounded individuals. Organising cultural events, talks by stalwarts of the industry and a variety of on-campus activities give the students the chance to manage events, take responsibility for their success and become better, more experienced leaders.

Learning Methodology
The learning methodology at IBS is based on continuous learning. We are always learning from our surroundings and the events that are taking place around us. IBS is one of the very few management schools in India to have a 100% case method focus. This method puts the students in the decision-making position and gives their analysis the edge of real-world sensibilities. The case method, made famous by the Harvard Business School, is used world over by leading management institutes. The case method adopts the Socratic way of learning. In this method, questions are posed one after the other and alternatives are debated over. This kind of learning is not one-to-many as in a lecture but many-to-many with both teachers and students taking the analysis forward. In the networked world of today, communication skills are becoming very important. A manager's main role is to communicate his/her vision and strategy to others and get them to work with him/her towards that vision. IBS places special importance on the communication and interpersonal skills of the leaders that it sends out into the business world. The students' skills are tested and then fine-tuned through a rigorous yet informal method of learning through doing.

The learning methodology at IBS is drawn from the best in the world, has evolved over the years and is constantly being updated and benchmarked against the best. Come join in the transformation that awaits you at IBS!

Case Method
The case study method is a key component of the academic program at all IBS campuses, which is one of the few institutions in India that has made case studies a critical component of its curriculum. Almost all the courses in the IBS program are designed keeping in mind the advantages of the case method. Some courses are even taught entirely through case studies - the case studies being tailor-made to the requirements of different subject areas and topics. Student evaluation is based on individual/team presentations, written reports and class participation. Cases encourage in-depth analysis by gathering supporting information - either through published sources or by directly interacting with the companies involved. IBS has a huge repertoire of case studies for almost all the functional areas in management. IBS has dedicated research and content development centres for producing case studies and supporting material. Manned by teams of knowledge workers with many years of academic and corporate experience, these centres develop contemporary and thought-provoking case studies which provide great learning value to the students. Besides IBS, these case studies are being used by a large number of business schools, universities and companies across the world. Boston Consulting Group, McKinsey & Co., British Telecom, Cadbury Schweppes, Coca-Cola, Goldman Sachs, Hewlett Packard, Johnson & Johnson, KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Procter & Gamble, and Siemens AG are some of the major business organizations that use IBS case studies. Universities and business schools that use IBS cases include University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, University of Helsinki, London Business School, INSEAD, IMD, University of Michigan, etc. IBS cases have also been published in several leading management textbooks published in Europe, the US and the UK. They have won recognition at international case writing competitions organized by institutions such as the Management Development Centre of Hong Kong, EFMD, The John Molson School of Business, and other institutions. Learning through the globally accepted and popular case method of learning, students are able to hone their comprehension, analytical and decision-making skills and become better team players and managers.

Soft Skills Development

Effective communication and interpersonal skills are crucial to compete successfully in the business environment. The real key to the effectiveness of professionals is their ability to put their domain knowledge into effective practice. In this context, soft skills have a crucial role to play. If future managers know how to deal with people at the emotional level (peers, subordinates, superiors, clients, suppliers etc.) through Emotional Intelligence (EI), they can build and sustain effective relationships that will result in mutual gain.

Extracurricular Activities
'Mens sana in corpore sano' is a Latin proverb that means a healthy mind lives in a healthy body. In order to keep up with the rigorous curriculum and demanding workload at IBS, it is necessary that students are able to look after their health and let out steam once in a while. In order to transform students into healthy managers, with all-round development, IBS provides a multitude of opportunities for sports and other extracurricular activities. There is much more to learn outside the classroom and lot of chances for interactions with fellow students. Every student on campus leaves not just with a degree but also with friendships and bonds that last a lifetime. The student community at IBS is truly diverse; the students come from different states, social and cultural backgrounds, and walks of life. As they become a part of the IBS community, they get an unparalleled exposure to different cultures, languages and ways of living. Several student activities are directed towards extending the classroom learning experience. Such activities include organizing seminars on contemporary management issues, publishing in-house magazines, organizing guest lectures, and organizing and participating in inter-business school competitions. Similarly, academic clubs and committees provide a platform for students to make management a part of their daily lives. Industry leaders are invited to the clubs to deliver talks on contemporary issues. The clubs and committees organize quizzes and debates, and meet frequently to discuss new ideas, issues, and developments in their areas of interest. Students participate in sports and games at the well equipped Sports Activities Center as well as the swimming pool on campus. It provides much needed relaxation, exercise as well as a chance to compete and work as a team. Students also participate successfully in national and international inter-business school competitions. Two MBA students won the Second prize in the prestigious Baylor-USASBE Student Case Research Competition organized by the Baylor University Entrepreneurship Programme and United States association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship in South Carolina, in January 2011. Students also contribute to the world around them through social service projects, such as organizing blood donation camps and environmental protection programmes.

Events organized by Student Clubs Student Club Focus Admire Advertising and Promotions Club Convergence (HR Club) Guest Lectures, Debates Soft Skills Workshop DIATRIBE (Rock Band Club) Rock Music DOT Club Awareness about technological advancements ECOBIZZ (Economics and Big Fights, Business Plan Competitions, Guest Lectures, Business Club) Quiz Competitions etc. Infinity Entertainment Zone for the Students KAIZEN (Operations Guest Lectures Management Club) MACON (Creative Thinking Forum for young entrepreneurs with innovative ideas and Club) creative minds MAVERICK (Marketing Club) Business Plan Competitions, Guest Lectures, Debates MONEY MATTERS (Finance Guest Lectures, Debates, Quizzes, Panel Discussion Club) PRAKRITI (Environment Club) Awareness on Environment PURNA SUTRA (Forum for Awareness on Summer internships, MOCK Interviews, Alumni Interaction) Alumni Meets SAMAVESH (Cultural Club) Cultural Events StockYard (Stocks & Equity Knowledge provider about stocks trading Club) Stu-Z (Web Space) Downloading innumerable movies and TV Shows Facilities for games like cricket,throwball, badminton, VAPS (Sports Club) basketball, football, table tennis, volleyball, etc. XpressionZ (Theatre Club) For fostering creativity and budding talent YES (Your Efforts for Society Blood Donation, Dental Checkups, Awareness Program (Social Service Club) on AIDS, etc. ADMISSIONS IBSAT IBSAT is an aptitude test conducted by the ICFAI University Group, for students seeking admission into IBS. IBSAT consists of multiple choice questions. IBSAT is for 2 hours duration and is aimed to test the applicants ability in quantitative techniques, data interpretation, data adequacy, vocabulary, analytical reasoning and reading comprehension. PLACEMENTS

Final Placements
IBS campuses have a strong brand image of turning out well rounded students who have been transformed into leaders. Our students are making a difference to organizations both

in India and around the world. Many leading Indian and global corporations prefer to hire students from IBS campuses for their proven worth. Sector wise Placement ( Class of 2011 )

The rigorous IBS curriculum is designed to train students to take a multi-disciplinary point of view and their choices of careers also reflect the same. IBS Class of 2011 has been placed in Banking and Financial Services, FMCG, Technology as well as in Media, Research and Infrastructure spaces. International Placements ( IBS )

The trend to place IBS students in countries other than India is seeing a resurgence and there are more IBS students being placed offshore than before. The following chart shows the improving response from international recruiters to IBS students. Average Salary (IBS Hyderabad)

The increasing brand awareness of IBS is shown by the trends in salary that are seen over the years. Even in the tough macroeconomic conditions, IBS students are commanding better profiles and increased salaries. * The Final Placements for the Class of 2012 are in progress

Summer Placements
The students at IBS are put through the paces of corporate life from Day One on campus. In order to enhance their learning, there are multiple industry interfaces available through IBS itself. The most important of these is the Summer Internship Program which is approximately 14 weeks in duration. A summer internship with a Corporate is an ideal ground for students to test their learning in the first year. They are expected to work on a project that affords significant learning for them as well as add value to the corporate entity that they are working for.

Career Management Center

IBS has an impeccable track record of achieving good placements every year, with the best companies visiting the campuses to recruit students.

Career Management Center (CMC)

IBS has its own Career Management Center, which operates under the overall guidance of a coordinator who heads a team of managers and executives, to work towards better placements every year, at the campuses The main objective of the CMC is to enhance the placement prospects of IBS students. CMC personnel visit potential employers in various companies and apprise them of the ample talent available at our business school. Over the years, they have developed strong relationships with more than 4,000 companies all over India.

Last year, more than 400 companies have recruited students from IBS. There has also been a steady increase in the number of companies recruiting from IBS every year. The CMC organizes various activities such as guest lectures, pre-placement talks and workshops, which give opportunities to the industry as well as the students to interact with each other. Apart from academics, the students are given career counseling and training in soft skills, and are also exposed to group discussion practice sessions and mock interviews prior to the final placements. The CMC also focuses on :

Personality Development Career Counseling Career Library Internships Strong Industry Interface

A Collaborative Effort
The entire placement exercise is a collaborative effort between IBS and the students. While IBS provides guidance and support through extensive networking with potential employers, the students have the responsibility of making the best possible efforts to obtain suitable placements.

Given the right platform, IBS believes that its students can achieve new heights in business management and set their own standards of performance in the industry. IBS students are trained to be well-rounded professionals, and the placement record is adequate testimony to the fact. The summer internship is considered to be a part of the curriculum and the student has to be in constant touch with faculty members on campus and mentors in their workplace who act as guides and monitor their progress. Such focus on creating value out of summer internships, a rarity elsewhere, is a feature of IBS campuses. Some of the leading recruiters for summer internships are: Financial Services Anand Rathi Securities Bank of America Capital IQ Consumer Goods Barista Axis Bank Coffee Company Britannia Bank of India Industries Banking Citi Bank Coca Cola Credit Suisse ColgatePharma Consulting Telecom Bharti Airtel Reliance Communication Tata Tele Services Virgin Mobile

Bayer Ernst & Pharmaceuticals Young Dr. Reddys Genpact Laboratories India Wockhardt KPMG Limited Zydus Wellness

Citigroup Global Markets D E Shaw Financial Technologies Edelweiss Broking

Palmolive (India) Deutsche Bank Emami HDFC Bank Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages Vodafone Essar

Development Hindustan Bank of Unilever Singapore ITC Titan Industries

ICICI Lombard ICICI Bank General Insurance Co. Kotak J P Morgan Mahindra Bank SBI Capital SBI

Contact Us
IBS India Office, Plot No. 65, Nagarjuna Hills Punjagutta, Hyderabad - 500082 Ph: 040 - 23440963 (5 lines) E-mail: info@ibsindia.org IBS Hyderabad Dontanapalli, Shankarpally Road Hyderabad - 501504 (AP) Ph: 08417-236660 / 61 / 62 Fax: 08417-236653 IBS Gurgaon IDPL Complex ,Old Delhi-Gurgaon Road Dundahera, Gurgaon - 122016 Ph: 0124-4980950 Fax: 0124-498099 Email: ibsdel@ibsindia.org