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Indian B-schools need to encourage students to go in for management research to make a mark globally. This may also help the country tackle the problem of lack of quality faculty, said Professor Sanjay Kallapur, Senior Associate Dean - Faculty & Research, ISB-Hyderabad.
"Indian B-schools have a much longer history than China, but virtually no global presence," he said in a media interaction here on Wednesday.
According to the US National Science Foundation, in 2009, the number of Chinese students enrolled in US B-schools for Ph.D was 1,260 compared with only 390 from India.
"Most Indian Ph.D students in the US are lapped up …