International Council for Management Studies (ICMS), Chennai was established in 1950 as the department of commerce of the Andhra University started the first MBA. programme in India. It is a distance education management studies. In 1963, Indian institute of management, Ahmadabad was set up in collaboration with the Harward business school. The 1950s and 1960s witnessed the growth of commerce education and 1970 and 1980s witnessed the growth of management education in India. International Council for Management Studies has been a tremendous growth of management institutes in their society.
Every year about 14,000 students pass out of management schools. Keeping in mind the demand, the supply is very meager. Management courses have become 'academic courses' rather than 'professional one. Management institutes, barring a few exceptions have reduced to commerce colleges. There is an urgent need to restructure management education to meet new challenges of 21 century.
Facilities at International Council for Management Studies -
- Study Materials
- Computer Center
- Cultural Activities