School of Communication and Management Studies, Kochi

School of Communication and Management Studies, Kochi is the finest business school in Kerala. Set up in the year 1976, it is counted amongst the top ten business schools in the whole southern region of India.

Amongst all the great achievements and developments of School of Communication and Management Studies at Kochi, the most important is getting the certification of ISO 9001 for the quality of teaching method in management. Moreover, the Association of Indian Universities under the Indian Government has accredited its PGDM as equal to MBA of Indian Universities and AICTE, New Delhi has offered it grant for excellence in the year 1998.

School of Communication and Management Studies in Kochi was approved by the Kerala Government in the year 1987 for its mass communication courses and hence created a history by becoming the first Indian institute to get government recognition for mass communication programs. The business school has also joined hands with Canberra University with an aim of upgrading the syllabus and teaching system by exchanging faculties and students in the year 2000.

Kochi School of Communication and Management Studies offer Post Graduate Diploma in Management. Candidates who have appeared for CAT or MAT and have secured 50% or above in their graduation examinations can apply for admission into School of Communication and Management Studies of Kochi.

Students of School of Communication and Management Studies, Kochi get the following facilities for advanced and effective learning within the campus premises:
  • Computer Center: The business school has a very well furnished computer laboratory within the college premises as well as within the hostels. Wi-fi Internet facility is available all across the campus.

  • Library: Well stocked library with ample space for reading is there within the campus. The library is subscribed to almost all the major business magazines from all across the world.

  • Hostels: Hostels are available and are equipped with all the necessary amenities that are required for the students. Residing in the hostels is compulsory for students for it helps in learning much faster.

School of Communication and Management Studies, Kochi organizes various cultural festivals and programs so as to bring an overall development in its students.

Last Updated on : March 30, 2016

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