A minimum of 2 membership cards to be issued under Corporate membership. Additional cards to the maximum extent of 5 cards per membership can be issued by paying additional membership fee of Rs. 5000 for Corporate Membership.
Members are requested to present their corporate ID card along with their membership card during their visit to ISB.
Borrowing facility (All Corporates in the country are eligible to apply for membership, but the borrowing facility is restricted to Hyderabad/Mohali based Corporate Organisations)
Reference and Information Service
Corporate Membership Fee
Rs.25,000/- as one time Security deposit (refundable)
Rs.10,000/- as Membership Fee (annual)
Rs. 200/- as ID card processing fee
Total fee: Rs. 35,200/-
The filled in Membership Form along with the signed Membership Guidelines should be submitted to the LRC along with a DD/Cheque payable to the Indian School of Business to the address provided in the contact.
Each Corporate member is issued with a maximum of five Identity cards. Each card would be charged Rs. 100/-. Members should carry the corporate identity card at the time of visit to the LRC.
We would intimate you one month in advance regarding the renewal of Membership. The Annual Membership charges are subject to change as per amendments in the policy.
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