All India Management Association

All India Management Association
Management House
14, Institutional Area,
Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003, India

The All India Management Association (AIMA) was created as an apex body of professional management with active support of the Government of India and Industry in 1957. AIMA is a non-lobbying organisation, working closely with industry, Government, academia and students to further the cause of the management profession in India.
AIMA has a broad base of 66 Local Management Associations (LMAs) including two cooperating LMAs i.e. Qatar Indian Management Association and Mauritius Management Association. AIMA has established close linkages with over 3000 institutions and over 30,000 individual professionals directly and through network of the LMAs.
AIMA makes a salutary contribution to management learning and practice in the country by offering various services in the areas of testing, distance education, skill development & training, events & conferences, research, publications and management development programmes.

AIMA also brings to the Indian managers, the best management practices and techniques through numerous foreign collaborations with professional bodies and institutions. AIMA is a member of the Asian Association of Management Organisations (AAMO) and works closely with several international institutions like University of California – Berkeley, Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management – Cornell University, The World Bank, St Gallen Foundation etc. in organising international conferences and management development programmes

Course Offered:
PGDM
PGDITM
E-PGDM
Post Graduate Certificate Programme
Professional Diploma in Management Programme
Advanced Certificate Programme
Foundation Programme of Ph.D

Library:
The library plays a pivotal role in all academic institutions. A learned society needs libraries for imparting both formal and non-formal education system. Distance education basically involves self-study on the parts of students for which library support is most essential. Accordingly constant efforts are being made to build up the library at the AIMA – CME.
The AIMA Library is a rich resource center, providing multifaceted services and facilities to meet the growing requirement of the management world. As the main learning resource hub of AIMA, the library caters services to the students, individual and corporate members. The various information services to the user’s community at remote access through conventional mail and emails.

Placement:
The AIMA has consistently produced graduates capable of matching the employer’s expectations and this has been reaffirmed everytime. Not only did existing recruiters maintain their relationship with AIMA through recruiting AIMA’s students but many new recruiters also came down to recruit based on the growing reputation of AIMA graduates.

At AIMA, placement is not an event, it is a process. The placement cycle begins with counseling early in the programme and continues with live exposure to the industry and its dynamics throughout, culminating in the placement of a student.

Research Conference:
All India Management Association (AIMA) organized its 10th National Research Conference on the theme “Integrating Technology in Management Education” on 28th & 29th March 2016, in New Delhi.

The conference came at the apt time when technology is all set to transform the way we learn. With more than 6.7 million students across the world currently enrolled in technology-based classes and the emerging blended learning matrix, combining face to face physical and online learning system. The 21st Century Campus needs to meet the need of learning, by incorporating new learning tools.

The National Research Conference (NRC) is an annual and high profile event of AIMA. More than 250 professional from B-Schools, Universities, Corporates and Regulators across India attended it.

Dr. Rajan Saxena, Vice Chancellor & Distinguished Professor of Marketing, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) set the context of the conference by emphasizing that the distance has collapsed and we are communicating 24×7 and we have brought the world in classrooms, today we need to bring the challenges of working simultaneously on the same project in different geographies in our classrooms.

Dr. Avinash S Pant, Vice Chairman, AICTE in his inaugural address updated the audience on the changes in AICTE policies which are to incorporate the opportunities emerging due to the integration of technology. He congratulated AIMA for choosing the apt theme at the apt time when Indian education is witnessing a major shift.

Technology is all set to transform the way we learn, as it has revolutionised our other aspects of life. Over the next decade, a huge population of potential learners is ready to engage in more enhanced learning experiences.

Although universities create and acquire knowledge, they are seldom successful in applying that knowledge to their own activities (Garvin 1993).

The need and expectations of students in higher education are continuously changing due to the rapid advancement of technology. In last five years, a whole new generation of digital/technology aided learning population has emerged. More than 6.7 million students across the world are currently enrolled in technology-based classes. Today teaching methods are becoming more and more technology-based. Technology is included in facilitating the content delivery, communication with students, marketing of programmes, collecting student feedback, simulation games/on-line quizzes and examination.

The Learning Management System (LMS) has become an integral part of student learning experience; this may include the digital whiteboards, models, e-books, quizzes, recorded lectures, webinars, gamification of core concepts to video/audio cases. Various social media tools are used today for student engagements, sharing notes, discussion polls. YouTube is used by many B-Schools to post class videos and presentations. Massive On-line Open Courses (MOOCs) are increasing been considered by a majority of B-Schools to enhance learning and additional reference material. The support functions/department of learning is using technology for day to day operations and administration of B-Schools. Accounting & Financial Management Software, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) are today used by a majority of B-Schools.

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