The business school’s director of career advancement services, Uday Virmani, has sent a mail to the students assuring that such firms will be blacklisted for at least a year and will need to pay students as well. The institute has also set new rules for the recruiters which the companies need to agree before attending the campus placements.

E-commerce firms likely to face a ban from ISB for delaying the joining of 50 students

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