Ambedkar Institute of Management Studies, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh
Ushodaya Junction, Sector 12
Pin Code: 530017
Telephone: +91-891-2783946, 2783225
Official Website / Institution home page: www.aimsbschool.org
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About Ambedkar Institute of Management Studies
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Here is a partial list of courses offered by the institution
PGDBA - Two Years - Full Time program
Facilities available at the College
AIMS is ranked B+, B-Levl - 1 and B+ Level 1, one amongst top 100 Best B-schools as per Business India, Business World Survey 2005
Experienced professors, executives, consultants, visiting faculty from IIMs, XLRI etc.
Good Library and IT Centre with Internet facility
One foreign language offered
Hostel facility for girls & boys
Educaitonal loan from commercial banks
Special training in soft skills & management games
Scholarships for SC/ST/BC Minorities reservations
Information might have changed since this page is last updated.
Recent College / Campus Events
March 30, 2007: Farewell celebrations
Venue: Hotel Palm Beach, Beach Road
Faculty Development programme inaugurated at Ambedkar Institute of Management Studies
Visakhapatnam, January 23, 2006
Participating as chief guest at the inaugural of the two week AICTE sponsored Faculty Development Programme (FDP) being organized by Ambedkar Institute of Management Studies that began on Monday, the Andhra University Vice Chancellor, L.Venugopal Reddy said that the entry of private players both in life and general insurance had paved the way for better customer service at affordable rates.
Mr. Reddy said the Faculty Development Programmes on Insurance Management is the need of the hour as it would help Business schools to prepare management graduates to take confidently various types of jobs in the insurance sector. A training course on 'Role of mathematical modeling in groundwater flow and mass transport' was conducted at Department of Geology of Andhra University on Monday. He stressed the need for evolving strategies for water management and conservation.