NMIMS has expanded its base to south India and started their first operations at Bengaluru in 2008. Now it further expanded its base and started operations in Hyderabad in 2010.
The corporate landscape in India is dotted with great companies both global and Indian MNCs and there are lakhs of middle to senior managers within Hyderabad alone having over thirty thousand upwardly mobile, technology savvy midlevel managers. Large numbers of mid management executives have reached an impasse in their career in terms of growth prospects and feel the need to acquire the appropriate blend of business acumen and general management capabilities to accelerate their career growth. Obviously, this calls for quality management education.
Based on its vast experience NMIMS conducts Management Development Programs (MDPs) for middle and senior management executives. The programs are designed based on the three pronged KSA (Knowledge-Skills-Attributes) approach. The programs cover state-of-art modules like Business Analytics using sophisticated tools like SAS, as well as simulations to developing cutting edge decision-making capabilities. These are the exemplary kind of voids that NMIMS Hyderabad intends to fulfill, thus bridging the gap between ‘what-industry-wants’ and what the available management education options offer, in Hyderabad.
The Hyderabad Operations are centered at Tarnaka, which is easily accessible from the throbbing nerve-centers and IT hubs around the city, like Gachibowli, Hitech City, Madhapur, Shamsabad Airport. It has one five-storied building, fully air-conditioned and appropriately furnished – harmonizing comforts and aesthetic appeal while conforming to the academic requirements, and is appropriately equipped with state-of-art IT facilities.
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Graduation Ceremony of PGDM 11-13
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Reading Room of Library
A Corporate Conclave session in progress
Inauguration of PGDM Batch 2011-13 on 14 June 2011
One of the sessions of coffee with Alumni
Outbound Training Programme
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