Institute of Cooperative Management, Bhopal


Institute of Cooperative Management conducts research and training programs for the welfare of the Cooperative movements. The institute conducts various courses for the employees of cooperatives associations and the state government.

There are various management programs offered by the ICM of Bhopal. The institute conducts a well-structured program on Masters of Business Administration. Presently the other courses conducted by this educational institute include Diploma in Urban Banking and Credit, Higher Diploma in Cooperative Management and Diploma in Agriculture and Rural Development Bank.

The Institute Of Cooperative Management is one of the best Bhopal Universities and Research centers. The institute is well equipped with wonderful modern amenities in order to provide quality training to the students. Most of the faculty members of the Institute of Cooperative Management in Bhopal are reputed and exceptionally knowledgeable.

Various short-term training courses are provided here with the help of modern teaching aids. There is a state of the art computer unit to support education here. The conference and seminar halls are also well furnished.

In this educational institute of Bhopal there is also an extremely specialized and computerized library. It is well stocked with all sorts of books that might be of help for research and training. The library also subscribes to more than hundred international as well as Indian journals on subjects related to Agriculture, Marketing, Banking, Economics, Human Resource Development, etc.

The main aim of the Institute of Cooperative Management is the development of Human Resources for effective management.



Last Updated on 23 July 2012







     


     

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