As result of the International Seminar on New Trends in Business Management organized by IBS in January 2018, academically high research papers presented at the seminar have been approved by the editorial committee to be printed in a book form with ISBN. The manuscripts will be going to the press soon and the books will be available by the first week of July 2018.

To book your copy, please call the Principal: 770 20 55 677

We are also pleased to announce our next International Conference to be held in January 2019 at IBS campus. Please watch out for details. 










January 22-23, 2018


Chief Guest Prof. Prabhu Kumar delivering inaugural address at the International Conference. Other dignatories on dias (from left): Dr Sandra Kirthy, Dr. David Goodnight, Bishop Dr. Joab Lohara, Dr. Rob McKenna and Dr Joey Collins

2018 at IBS began with some mega events, one of them being the International Conference on New Trends in Business Management.

The Conference was organized at the celebration hall in the beautiful  IBS campus at Solipet: January 22-23, 2018.

Professor Prabhu Kumar of JNTU-Hyderabad was the chief guest. Dr. Rob McKenna and Dr. Joey Collins of Seattle Pacific University, USA, were among the resource persons.

Among others who spoke at the anaugural service were Founder-Chairman of Immanuel Group of Institutions Bishop Joab Lohara and Dr. David Goodnight of U.S.A.

Some of the participants

Thirty five research papers were presented at the conference in different fields of specialization. Certificates of participation were given away in the last session by Mr. Steve Roe, an U.S. based industrialist.

The editorial committee under the guidance of Prof. Ramesh Miryala of Mahatma Gandhi University is finalizing the review of the papers presented at this conference. Selected papers will be published in the form of a book with ISBN. 

Mr. Steve Roe, a U.S. Businessman with IBS faculty at the Award ceremony

We are grateful to Prof. Prabhu Kumar and Prof. Ramesh Miryala for their encouragement and guidance in organizing the event; and Dr. Rob McKenna, Dr. Joey Collins, David Goodnight and Steve Roe for their participation.

The response of the participants was overwhelming.




SAU students flaunting Indian saris 

IBS pulsates with activities in January every year. This year it is no different!

This is not admission time - it is learning time. Eighteen students and two professors from Spring Arbor University, USA arrived on campus on January 11 for a 4-day visit.

The primary purpose of their visit was to learn Indian culture. They interacted with our students, and participated in flying kites, and in games like cricket, kabadi, volley ball, etc. Kabadi was quite new to them but they were quick learners.

Students enjoying Hyderabadi Biryani at the spacious dinning area

They asked questions about the culture and everything they saw around them.

Doing Mehendi and wearing sari for girls was really fun. Even boys enjoyed mehendi on their hands. Trying to convince them that it was meant only for girls did not make any sense. Since it looked like tattoos after mehendi dried, the boys could not resist the idea of having some mehendi marks on them.


They had a camp fire on the last day with music and songs. They also did a bit of ramp walk. Finally they were treated to delicious Hyderabadi Biryani for dinner.

These opportunities do not come on campus every day when foreign university students mingle with our own for the whole purpose of learning from one another. All the faculty, staff and students of IBS enjoyed every bit of it and played a wonderful host.


We are sorry for all those who missed it.

The Big Event, our Commencement Ceremony is scheduled January 27, 2018.  All graduating students of the Academy are advised to invite their family and friends to this special event of the year.





Govt. Whip Smt. Gongidi Sunitha Garu addressing the audience


IBS celebrated its 5th Annual Day on Saturday, January 28, 2017. Honorable Govt. Whip Smt. Gongidi Sunitha Garu was chief guest.

Addressing the audience that comprised of students, parents, professors, friends of Immanuel Academy and media, she appreciated the educational opportunity offered by Immanuel Academy and assured all her help from the government since the college was situated in her own constituency.

The chief guest also participated in the distribution of sarees to the widows and elderly organized by AIM ASIA.

Dr. David Goodnight brought the greetings on behalf of Friends of Immanuel Academy. Dr. Joey Collins, Professor of Psychology, Seattle Pacific University, delivered the commencement speech. Bishop Dr. Joab Lohara, Founder-Chairman of Immanuel Academy, gave away the awards.

IBS students rendered a beautifully choreographed welcome dance on the occasion. Students of our partner University, SPU, honored the chief guest and guests of honors with garlands and shawls. 


It has been five years since IBS was established at Solipet with a view to provide higher education to the underprivileged.    

We have sent out 3 cohorts of graduates by now; another is just completing.   

Most of our graduates are placed in multi-national companies and making a good career. Some have landed jobs in the government too, while some others have become entrepreneurs.  A few have even gone abroad to pursue higher studies in the U.S.A. 

Since its inception, IBS has been sending its top ranking students abroad every year for an exposure to international business and foreign culture at the cost of the college.     

We have invited parents and our alumni to the ensuing celebration on 28 January. It will be a special day.  It will be a homecoming for the former students. The parents will be happy to see the progress of the students and the development of the campus. 

Leadership seminar at IBS being led by Professor of Management Dr. Rob McKenna, Dean of Seattle Pacific University, USA

Psychology Professor Joey Collins of Seattle Pacific University, U.S.A. delivers a lecture at IBS. 

There will be many foreign delegates, students and professors on campus. It will be a rare opportunity to interact with them and get a feel of the global culture.    

IBS stands for quality and creativity. We strive to bring world class education to your doorstep.

It has been our passion to offer quality education and teach values of life.








Smt. G D Aruna, IAS, arrives in IBS campus 


Haritha Haram program was organized at Immanuel Business School campus on Friday, July 22, 2016. Smt. G. D. Aruna, IAS, Commissioner of B.C.Welfare department of the Government of Telangana was the Chief Guest. The Program began at 11:00 AM with planting of saplings. Three hundred saplings were planted.  The commissioner addressed the students and faculty of IBS at the end and encouraged them to contribute to the building of the nation through their education and talents.  


Smt. Aruna with Chairman, Principal, & some students of IBS


 Smt. Aruna, IAS, begins Haritha Haram at IBS






Immanuel Business School celebrating Independence Day! 

: “SOLIPET? Where is it?” 

 : “Well, that is where IBS is!” 

: “But where is it? Is it near Nalgonda town?” 

 : “Absolutely on a wrong GPS, like a friend was recently!” 

A friend of ours who wanted to visit IBS landed in Nalgonda town and called us over phone.  

“My GPS guided me all the way to Nalgonda town when I wanted to come to your college? Where is it in Nalgonda?” he sounded desperate.  

“Oh, my word!” blurted the receptionist as questions boggled her mind. “Why should the GPS lead him to Nalgonda town?”  

This is the same question that many students face when they look for IBS, especially the ICET students. They want to choose IBS, but our ICET code “IBSS” transports them to Nalgonda district online.  

Sorry, friends. Tucked away in the plains near Keesara, we found 18 acres of land in a serene atmosphere, just goodlier for a college campus. We purchased it with a plan to develop a University. There are many engineering colleges around it. 

Today, it is a beautiful campus with modern infrastructure quite adequate for Post graduate colleges such as College of Business Administration and Education. The campus also has a beautiful central auditorium to seat 1000 people, Guest Houses and separate hostels for boys and girls flanked by lovely landscape with lawns, trees and flower gardens. 

What is true is the district of Nalgonda starts right after Keesara township in the eastern suburb which is about a 20-minute drive from ECIL crossroad and our college campus is another 20 minutes from Keesara.

If your home is in ECIL crossroads, and two of your family members start travelling, one in the direction of Inorbit Mall in Hi-tech city and the other in the direction of where IBS is, the one travelling to IBS will reach faster: beautiful roads (thanks to HMDA), no traffic junctions, no red lights, and no humps. 

What’s more? 

 IBS has college buses that give free ride to the college on all working days from Secunderabad station. The college is residential.  Those who reside in the campus have the luxury of spending more time in the library and computer lab besides after-college interactions (men with men and women with women) and plenty of salubrious fresh air from the nature. This also makes the mentoring more effective.


So why the hang-ups when you are choosing one of the premier B-Colleges in Hyderabad Metro? Choose IBS – it is just in your neighborhood!


The Board of Trustees of AIM ASIA in their recent meeting on January 29, 2016 have resolved to launch a Degree College in Solipet campus. Degree courses like B.A., B.Com and BBA will be introduced during the 2016-17 academic year.  


Our vision is to be one of the top ranking educational institutes in the country and grow up to be a University one day.

 McKenna College of Education and Leadership inaugurated











It is a proud moment for IBS. Six of our students with Assistant Professor Sosan Bhushan went on a three-week educational tour to U.S.A this year. They visited Spring Arbor University in Michigan, Seattle Pacific University in Washington and Roberts Wesleayan College in Rochester, New York, besides many companies like Boeing and Microsoft.

It has been the most highlighted feature of our college every year.  We want our students to visit overseas. The students do not pay for this tour. The college sends top ranking MBA students abroad at its own expense, giving them an opportunity to learn foreign work culture and get exposed to international businesses. 

You could be our next student to travel abroad if you joined IBS today.


CELEBRATION HALL, Our New Auditorium! 

   Inaguration and commissioning of our new auditorium 'CELEBRATION HALL'!




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Our first batch of students graduating this year had the privilege of being interviewed at IBS Campus for positions in various organisations including Genpact, Google, Fiserve, 247 Customer, Cognizant etc. We proudly congratulate our successful students who are now placed or are in the process of taking up their first assignment in these Multinationals.

Mr.Anvesh (Head-Recruitment, 247 Customer, Hyderabad) being received by our students.
Mr.Chaitanya (Director – Hucon Consulting Group) addressing the students.
A group discussion in process…….
Students taking a breather…...
An online test in process……
A personal interview in process…….
Tired but excited and jubilant students after the interviews……






If you are joing IBS this year, it is going to be a real academic treat for you right away in the beginning of the very first semester to sit under the teaching of an International Business Guru.

Professor James Coe of Spring Arbor University, USA, is scheduled to visit IBS from 24 – 30 November 2014.

A Professor of Business, James Coe has taught Autonomous Learning, International Business and Business Ethics for 20 years. During his educational journey, he has served as the Business Department Chair of Taylor University, Indiana and Dean of Gainy School of Business, Spring Arbor University, Michigan. He has also directed a collaborative Business Program with a large Russian State University in Nizhny Novgorod.

He is a sought-after speaker at international symposia and conferences. His published works include “Global Business Leadership” and “Managing to Create an Enterprise”.

Dr. Coe is honored with Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award for 2006 at Regent University and placed in PRINCETON WHO’S WHO of Executives, Professionals and Entrepreneurs, 2009. Among his other honors is the Pushkin Award for Education from Boldino, Russia. 

Dr. Coe has a Master’s in Human Resource Management from National- Louis, Additional Post Graduate Study in International Business at Oxford and a Ph. D. in Organizational Leadership from Regent University.

It would be a great honor and a rare opportunity for the MBA students and the faculty to learn from this stalwart academician.






Jared Hill, Director of Global Operations, Tedford/Tellico Inc., U.S.A. is at IBS for the last two days. Jared arrived here on July 9, 2014 and taught the MBA students on International Business. Q & A sessions with him were of enormous interest. He fielded questions on a number of issues relating to global business and American culture.

After his time at IBS, Jared will be going to see his wife in New Delhi who is involved in training the staff of Accenture. What a connection! Through Jared and his wife, IBS has now access to two more MNCs: Tedford/Tellico and Accenture.

Thank you, Jared!

True to our promise, we bring world class education to your doorstep.

Among other professors who will be visiting IBS this year are Professor Chandra in September from Westmont College, California and Professor James Coe in November from Spring Arbor University, Michigan, USA.

It would be a rare opportunity for any Business School to hear these Management Gurus.

 Please contact IBS Administrative Office for more information:

Admissions: 770 20 55 399, 770 20 55 677

City Office: 040 - 2717 5308


At IBS, World Class Education

Comes to Your Doorstep!