The Financial Times on Monday released its 20th edition of annual global ranking of business schools. According to the report, premium Indian business schools, IIM Bangalore and IIM Calcutta have improved their global rankings this year.

Special Correspondent

Surprisingly, the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A) and the Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad have slipped from their previous ranking.

The ISB was ranked 27th in 2017 slipped one notch to 28 in the current year Financial Times rankings while IIM Ahmedabad, which was at 29th position last year, is at 31, the Financial Times London said.

However, after snubbing Stanford Business School from the list, the school has finallymade its comeback and has returned to the top of the FT's annual MBA rankings, followed by the French school Insead.

IIM Bangalore has improved its position and climbed to 35th from 49th. Likewise, the IIM Calcutta too considerably improved its position to 78th this year from 95th, sharing the honours with McGill University Desautels, Canada.

Following is the complete list of top 10 Business Schools :
1. Stanford Graduate School of Business, Unites States
2. Insead, France / Singapore
3. University of Pennsylvania: Wharton, Unites States
4. London Business School, Unites Kingdom
5. Harvard Business School, Unites States
6. University of Chicago: Booth, Unites States
7. Columbia Business School, Unites States
8. Ceibs, China
9. MIT: Sloan, Unites States
10. University of California at Berkeley: Haas, Unites States

Below are the Indian schools that made into top 100 :
28. Indian School of Business
31. Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
35. Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
78. Indian Institute of Management Calcutta