Army Institute of Management, Kolkata

The Army Institute of Management, formerly the National Institute of Management Calcutta (NIMC),[1] is a graduate business school located in Kolkata, India. It was established on 28 July 1997 by the Indian Army under the aegis of Army Welfare Education Society (AWES), New Delhi, to conduct a management program for the wards of Army personnel with an opportunity for general candidates as well.[2]

Army Institute of Management, Kolkata
Former names
National Institute of Management Calcutta (1997-2005)
TypePrivate business school
Established28 July 1997 (28 July 1997)
ChairpersonMaj Gen A K Sanyal, VSM GOC Bengal Sub Area
DirectorMaj Gen AK Sapra, VSM (Retd)
Students120
Location, ,
22.5288°N 88.3278°E / 22.5288; 88.3278
CampusUrban
AffiliationsMAKAUT, WB; NAAC; AICTE; ISO 9001:2015
Websitewww.aim.ac.in

The college is affiliated with Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology[3] and the programme is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education.[4] Also it has been accredited by NAAC.[5]

The campus is located at Judges Court Road, Alipore.[6]

Academics

The institute offers a single post-graduate course:[7]

  • Master of Business Administration - two years [Approved intake - 120]

References

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