SDM Institute for Management Development

SDM Institute for Management Development is one of the business schools that engages in management education in the city of Mysore. Affiliated to the the premier University of Mysore that is present in the city, the SDM Institute for Management Development at Mysore undertakes post graduation degree courses in the study of business administration. The well trained and knowledgeable faculty are renowned to train the students who emerge as one of the leading administrators of the country.

The SDM Institute for Management Development of Mysore is situated in the following address:

  • SDM Institute for Management Development
    Sdm-imd, 2254
    Vinoba Road
    Mysore

    The SDM Institute for Management Development in Mysore is present chaired by Dr D Veerendra Heggade. The director of the institute is Dr. A.K. Rao who is also an eminent faculty member. The college is run by the Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Educational Trust. Admissions for the degree courses is conducted through an examination. The courses last for 24 months in which the students are given theoretical and practical instructions that will lead them to being adept in the profession of administration. The MBA course in SDM Institute for Management Development in Mysore is conducted in the semester system. The students are awarded a diploma in business administration after completion of their term.

    The SDM Institute for Management Development is one of the reputed business management institute situated in Mysore with a distinguished faculty selected from different parts of the country.

    Last Updated on : March 30, 2016


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