Indian Institute of Management (IIMK), Kozhikode was established in 1996 by the Government of India in collaboration with the Government of Kerala, it aims to provide education, training, consulting and research facilities in management. The institute today is a leader in Faculty Development Programs (FDP), conducting the largest number of programs (18) totaling 20 weeks in 2008-09 and is the major QIP (Quality Improvement Program) Centre of the All Indian Council of Technical Education, in the field of management education
The Institute has a strong International Exchange Program for students and faculty with several leading Management Institutes in EU and ASEAN countries like SDA, Bacconi, Jonkoping, Sweden, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, ESCAP-EAP, France; University of Queensland, Austria, Victoria University of Wellington and so on. IIMK pioneered the Interactive Distance Learning (IDL) Program for working executives in India.
The institute aims to create a unique and futuristic space of global reckoning so as to nurture the finest management thinkers in the pursuit of developing innovative, socially responsible and environmentally friendly practitioners, leaders and educators. The Institute seeks to inculcate a spirit of wholesome learning giving equal weightage to academic solidarity and practical application. It aspires to integrate concepts with applications and values, thereby nurturing dependable, capable, caring and fair-minded individuals who will contribute towards the development of communities.
Campus of Indian Institute of Management
Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode spread over about 100 acres of land, is situated on two hillocks in the Kunnamangalam area of ancient city of Calicut in Kerala.
Facilities at Indian Institute of Management –
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