Indian School of Mines:-
The Indian school of Mines is situated in city of mines in India, Dhanbad Jharkhand. The McPherson Committee formed by Govt. of India, suggested the establishment of an institution for providing education in the fields of Mining and Geology in 1920. Thus in 1926 lord Irvin inaugurated the mining school for trained manpower related to mining activities in the country with disciplines of Mining and Applied Geology. In the year 1967 it was granted the status of a deemed to be university under Section 3 of UGC Act, 1956.
The Institute has the automated Central Library. It provides services seven days a week, providing information to thousands of users belonging to different departments and centers.
Admission in M.B.A program is through C.A.T score followed by group discussion and personal interview. Total number of seats in M.B.A program is 62.
With the total of 393 acres campus, it has academic buildings, residential blocks, hostels, recreational room, sports room, observatories and research centers.
The School has links with putative universities and institutes across the world and has an alumni base everywhere the globe. The college nowadays is exploring the newer areas of educational endeavors in tune with the serenaded times.