Dear Aspirant,

I welcome you on behalf of the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Institute of Management Science and thank you for showing your interest in us.

In an era that has come to become the epitome of competition, B-schools face the very pressure that they prepare their graduates for. The pressure of performance and quality apply to B-schools too like never before, and the skillful handling of these very pressures makes Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan stand out in a crowd.

“Excellence and Values” are our guiding principles which are reflected in every activity of the Institute. The founder- Kulapati K.M. Munshiji have always emphasised adherence to excellence, ethics and values both in their businesses as well as in educational institutions established by them. We take care to inculcate these values among our students while shaping and sharpening their mindsets by the academic rigor of our programmes. Due emphasis is placed on exposing our students to real-life situations of the corporate world and facilitating interaction with the best minds in the industry and with those who have helped achieve their missions with strong ethical undertones.

We realize that education is fundamental for complete development of individuals. As a premier teaching institute, we endeavor to harness this inherent potential through meeting the growing needs of professional education in the area of management and science. As we grow, we will expand new technologies, methodologies, disciplines, resources and even attitudes. To achieve this, BIMS, is having the highest quality of faculty, resources and infrastructure. These have been structured with a focus on academic excellence and versatility in approach that will meet the ever increasing needs of the students. Supporting this is the Institute’s commitment to education and research. This will encourage and assure students in their pursuit of knowledge. All this is a reflection of the Institute’s responsibility to build a society that is vibrant and growing through knowledge sharing and enhancing. As knowledge-based industries become ever more important in the global economy, so too does the education and skills sector that these industries rely on to provide the highly educated workforce they need..