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College Description

Shanti Business School has been set up by The Chiripal Charitable Trust to bring about the much-needed changes in Management education today. The Chiripal Charitable Trust is a Corporate Citizenship initiative of the Rs 2500 crore Chiripal Group of Companies which have interests in Textile, Petrochemicals, Packaging, and Infrastructure.

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Changes are much needed in Management Education today. In most cases, Business Management education has primarily focused on putting up ‘MBA’ tag to people with little emphasis on developing real managerial skills to make the graduates employable. Many studies including a NASSCOM-McKinsey study conducted in 2005 and a MeritTrac study conducted in 2009 found that less than 25% of the MBAs passing out from MBA schools in the country were employable. Many fear that the actual employability in 2011 and onwards could be much lower. Lack of real development of managerial skills and abilities along with a seeming oversupply of MBAs have led to situations where MBAs are employed in jobs which could go to any graduates.

Change is also needed in the curriculum. Worldwide, MBA curricula are being designed dynamically as evolving coursework to align with the rapid changes in global economy, business and society. Through extremely fast changes in the business environment, new functional, cross-function and business verticals have been evolving which require MBAs to be vertically specialized along with having general management and strategic management skills.

The promoters of The Chiripal Charitable Trust want to harbinger the much-required changes in Management education in the country. This strategic intention has led to the creation of Shanti Business School. The creation of Shanti Business School is based upon Chiripal Charitable Trust’s B-C-D philosophy.

The SBS Advantage

Crowd & Campus Life– Majority crowd is from BBA & B.Com backgrounds; a few are from BCA & engineering. Overall the crowd seems intelligent and cheery.

The first year is usually very hectic due to many subjects, numerous assignments and stringent attendance norms. To relieve stress they have various recreational activities like Yoga, Golf and Vipassana sessions. The second year is comparatively relaxed as fewer subjects needed to be studied. There are no great places near the college for hangouts and students usually head straight home after the college. Hostilities go to Vastrapur during weekends by college buses.

Anveshana – Inspiring Sessions– It’s an initiative by the students to inspire the youth to follow their dreams and trust their instincts. It signifies the true joy of success and the zeal to reach out for it. Anveshana sessions have young achievers sharing their life experiences, success stories and their journey of accomplishments.

Colors Of Life- Photography Competition– It’s an intro college photography competition which has participation from students as well as faculty. It envisages an entire gamut of art reflected through photography ranging from nature to creative photography.


Admission is open to students who have passed their graduation or equivalent examinations with a minimum of 50% marks and students awaiting their final year results. If a candidate has appeared for any of the recognized Management Entrance Examinations like CAT, MAT, XAT etc then the proper weight will be given to their overall scores. Candidates shall be given admission to the academic program, by the institute, subject to their clearing the qualifying examinations, individual presentations and personal interview.

The admission is based on the following parameters:

Previous Academic Performance – Candidates’ academic performance at the undergraduate level, 12th and 10th levels will be reckoned for consideration for admission.

Written Test – Candidates will be given a situation to assess and give their response. Time allowed for the test will be for a maximum of 15 minutes.

Group Discussion – The group discussion is generally held for about 25 minutes in which a maximum of 10 candidates participate in each group and interact with each other on a given topic. The candidates are evaluated by a panel on their initiative, logical content, group behaviour, communication etc.

Personal Interview – It is a one to one interview between the candidate and a panel for about 10-15 minutes in which a candidate is evaluated on his personality, communication ability, functional knowledge, general awareness, orientation for management course etc.

During personal interview candidate may be asked about his/her background, strengths and weaknesses, career objectives, reasons for joining PGDM (equivalent to MBA) course, subjects studied at undergraduate.

Following documents are required to be submitted along with application form:

  • Mark List of Class X
  • Mark List of Class XII
  • Mark List of Graduation (all years/ semesters)
  • Scorecard of CAT/GMAT/XAT/CMAT /MAT (Candidates shall also have to appear for SBS Test/ personal interview as scheduled and intimated). whichever applicable
  • Work Experience certificate (if applicable)
  • Two passport sized colour photographs
  • Graduate Degree equivalence from AIU for NRI Students

Note: All rules regarding selection are common to the PGDM Programmers. Please feel free to call the admission help desk for any queries at the following numbers:

Mobile : +91 9339344436
You can also email us at [email protected] or visit the website

College Rank:

  • Ranked 18th in Top B-School In India Survey By India Business Journal, April 2014
  • Ranked 15th in Top B-School In India Survey By Business Barons Magazine, November 2014
  • Awarded with ‘Best Placement through Curriculum Innovation’ by Global Education Excellence Awards, 2014
  • Won the Jury Choice Award for ‘Best Innovation’ by a management institute at World Education Summit, 2014
  • Ranked as ‘India’s No.1 Top Emerging B-School’ by Silicon India Magazine, 2013

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50% in Academic and 50% CAT / MAT

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Fooding and Lodging Charges:

Separate hostel facility for boys and girls, twin sharing rooms available with optional AC facility.

Facilities like clothes cabinets, attached bathroom, common area, security, gym, etc. available.

Food-INR 12,000/- per Quarter Lodging-INR 13,500 (A.C)/INR 10,500 (Non-A.C.)

Scholarship Details:

Academic Performace & Need-based

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  • Highest: 8.00 Lakhs/Annum
  • Average: 5.85 Lakhs/Annum
  • Lowest: 3.75 Lakhs/Annum

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