For anyone, especially those in the non-profit space, encouragement comes in words and endorsements. If you want to make any comments or suggestions about our work from SEAA Trust, New Delhi please use the mail option!
I applaud and fully support the efforts of the SEAA to bring accreditation to Indian business schools, and placing quality at the heart of a great education.
Founder and co-Director QS World MBA Tour; Author, Getting the MBA Admissions Edge (McKinsey & Goldman Sachs) and founder of MBA50.com
SEAA has been a member of CHEA International Quality Group(CIQG) from its inception four years ago. The CIQG was set up by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) as a sort of think tank platform for exchanging ideas on accreditation. The stakeholders here are accreditation agencies from around the world. In India the NAAC is a member of this body along with Indus Business Academy (IBA)
The Bejijing based Asia Pacific Quality Network (APQN) is a prestigious regional body for quality monitoring in higher education on the same lines of CHEA and EQUAR of Europe. SEAA become a member of APQN as an observer.
AAPBS Association of Asia Pacific Business Schools (AAPBS) is a Seoul based quality enhancement and monitoring voluntary group set up and run by business schools from the region. SEAA is on the mailing list of this agency.
India has four different management eduction associations. SEAA Founder has been actively associated with the four associations for years.
These are :
All India Management Association (AIMA) based in Delhi
Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) based in Hyderabad
Education Promotion Society of India (EPSI), based in New Delhi
Indian Association of Autonomous Buisness Schools (IAABS) based in Bangalore