Indian Institute of Management Calcutta

The Indian Institute of Management Calcutta popularly called IIM Calcutta or IIM-C is a management school situated in Kolkata, India. Set up in the year 1961, it was the 1st Institution of Management to be established in India. The campus of IIM Kolkata sprawls over an area of 135 acres and is situated in Joka, West Bengal.

The vision of Indian Institute of Management Kolkata is to appear as one of the Global Centres of Excellence in every aspect of Management Education.

Academic Programmes at the Indian Instituite of Management, Calcutta

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) – It is a 2-years full-time MBA programme
  • Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) – It is a Doctoral programme providing specialization in Behavioural Sciences, Finance & Control, Management Information Systems (MIS), Marketing, Economics, Operations Management, Operations Research and Systems Analysis (ORSA), Public Policy and Management, Human Resource Management, Regional Development, Sociology and Strategic Management
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Computer aided Management (PGDCM) – It is a 2 years full-time MBA programme
  • Post Graduate Programme for Executives (PGPEX) – It is a 1 year full-time Executive MBA programme.
  • Post Graduate Programme for Executives for Visionary Leadership in Manufacturing (PGPEX-VLM) – It is a 1 year full-time Executive MBA programme.
Apart from these, IIM-C also offers other programmes in Management education such as
  • Management Development Programmes (MDP)
  • Custom Corporate Programmes
  • Management Programmes for Armed Forces Officers (AFP)
  • Research and Consultancy Programmes
  • Distance Programmes
The Post Graduate Programme (PGP) at the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta is equivalent to MBA. It is composed of 2 different academic programmes namely PGDCM and PGDM.

IM-Calcutta is well known for its finance programmes and is one of the best business schools for finance in the world. This leading B-School in India, apart from providing teaching programs is engaged in different activities like Research, Management Development Programs, Seminars, Workshops & International Conferences, Publications and Consultancy.

The Indian Institute of Management Calcutta has almost seventy faculty members in Economics, Behavioural Science, Environment, Marketing, Management Information Systems, Finance & Control, Operations Management, Resource Management, Regional Development, Personnel Management & Industrial Relations, Sociology, Management Center for Human Values, Strategic Management, and Center for Development and Environment Policy.

Centers of IIMC

  • Center for Development and Environment Policy
  • Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Management Center for Human Values
  • IIMC Centre for Corporate Governance
The Indian Institute of Management Calcutta offers excellent placements to the students every year. The institute also recorded the maximum and highest placements among all the Indian Institutes of Management.

Contact Information

Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata
Diamond Harbour Road, Joka - 700104
Kolkata (Calcutta)
West Bengal
India
Phone: 91-33-2467-8300/8301/8302
Fax: 91-33-2282-1498
Website: http://www.iimcal.ac.in/

Last Updated on : March 30, 2016


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