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Northern Institute of Management & Technology (NIMT) is one of the country's leading
educational foundations with international Standards. Northern Institute of Management &
Technology (NIMT) is APPROVED from UGC , AICTE, DLE and NCIE (national council
of Indian education ), REGISTERED BY Ministry of Corporate Affairs. Govt. of India &
Accredited by Distance Learning Education (DLE).
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quality and that has been our strongest point for the past years. We are the institute
providing modular format of management programs (FAST TRACK) through
correspondence and that is why we have been accredited from DISTANCE LEARNING
EDUCATION (DLE). By modular format education we mean we give the facility to the
students to finish the program as and when he finishes the studies, thus saving time. Being a
premiere for distance learning, we offer Management Courses from Under Graduate to
Doctorate level. The eligibility to enroll for various programmed differ with the individual's
educational qualification and work experience. A conversation with our Counselors will
give a clear picture as to which course a person should opt for and why. And the cream of
this delicious cake is, unlike other institute, which offers choice of 5 to 6 or limited
specializations; we offer a wide variety of over 117 specializations. So we have suitable
course for almost everyone. Nobody goes empty handed. And should we talk about our fees,
the management has always made sure that the fees charged arebareminimumAgain this
makes or course affordable to almost everyone. Nobody goes empty handed. Please call and
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BBA - BACHELORS PROGRAM IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

MBA - MASTERS PROGRAM IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (4 semesters with dual


specialization)

DMP- DOCTORTATE IN MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

DBA - DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

PGDBA - POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

MBA - MASTER PROGRAM IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - I (Single


Specialization)

MBA - MASTER PROGRAM IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - II (Dual


Specialization)

E-MBA - EXECUTIVE MASTER IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

CCA - CHARTERED CERTIFIED ACCOUNTANT


CFM - CHARTERED FINANCE MANAGER

CDBA - CORPORATE DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

DSS - DIPLOMA IN SPECIFIC SPECIALIZATION

DEEM - DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS MANAGEMENT

PDM - PROFESSIONAL DOCTORATE IN MANAGEMENT

EDEM - EXECUTIVE DIPLOMA IN EXPORT MANAGEMENT

MCA - MASTER PROGRAM IN COMPUTER APPLICATION.

DCA – DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER APPLICATION.

BCA – BACHELOR PROGRAMME IN COMPUTER APPLICATION.


Specializations
1. Advertising Management
2. Agriculture Management
3. Air Transport Management
4. Architectural Management
5. Asset Management
6. Audit Management
7. Air ticketing management
8. Aviation Management
9. Banking Management
10. Bio- Technology
11. Business Administration
12. BPO Management
13. Business Ethics
14. Business Administration
15. Call Center Management
16. Chartered Finance Management
17. Clinical Pharmacology
18. Clinical Research
19. Communication Management
20. Construction Management
21. Consumer Behavior
22. Contemporary Auditing
23. Co-Operative Management
24. Corporate Finance Management
25. Corporate Law
26. Corporate Training
27. Cost & Management Accounting
28. Customer Care Management
29. Customer Relations Management
30. Cyber Law Management
31. Advertising Management
32. Agriculture Management
33. Air Transport Management
34. Architectural Management
35. Asset Management
36. Audit Management
37. Air ticketing management
38. Aviation Management
39. Banking Management
40. Bio- Technology
41. Business Administration
42. BPO Management
43. Business Ethics
44. Business Administration
45. Call Center Management
46. Chartered Finance Management
47. Clinical Pharmacology
48. Clinical Research
49. Communication Management
50. Construction Management
51. Consumer Behavior
52. Contemporary Auditing
53. Co-Operative Management
54. Corporate Finance Management
55. Corporate Law
56. Corporate Training
57. Cost & Management Accounting
58. Customer Care Management
59. Customer Relations Management
60. Interior Design Management
61. International Finance Management
62. International Management
63. International Trade
64. Investment Analysis
65. Inventory Control Management
66. Labor Law Management
67. Logistics Management
68. Library Management
69. Marketing Management
70. Mass Communication
71. Materials Management
72. Media Management
73. Medical Transcription Management
74. Mutual Funds Management
75. Multimedia Management
76. Networking Management
77. NGO Management
78. Operations Management
79. Packaging Management
80. Personal Management
81. Petroleum Management
82. Pharmacology Management
83. Portfolio Management
84. Production Management
85. Project Management
86. Public Administration
87. Public Relations Management
88. Purchasing Management
89. Pathological Management
90. Real Estate Management
91. Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Management
92. Retail Management
93. Risk & Insurance Management
94. Risk Management
95. Rural Management
96. Safety Management
97. Sales & Distribution Management
98. Sales Management
99. Sap Consultancy
100. Search & Rescue Management
101. School Management
102. Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
103. Shipping Management
104. Software Management
105. Software Project Management
106. Strategy Management
107. Supply Chain Management
108. Take Over & Acquisition Management
109. Taxation Management
110. Telecommunications Management
111. Textile Management
112. Total Quality Management
113. Total Safety Management
114. Transportation Management
115. Travel & Tourism Management
116. Treasury Management
117. Ware House Management & Inventory Control
118. Wholesale Management
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NIMT PROJECTS
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2. AADHAAR - AADHAAR is working with whom whose under the down trodden,
under privilege section of society with education, health & community organization,
especially with children, women and working professionals since last 16 years. The Charity
is a nonprofit voluntary organization. The society is seeking volunteers to increase its fund
raising efforts with the launch of its office stores & street collections program me.
AADHAR's vision is to work towards building an equitable society based on the principles
of humanism, peace, gender justice and empowerment. It guides and supports people's
organizations and development agencies through training, consultation, planning,
coordination, documentation, organizational development, gender training, etc
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Northern Institute of Management & Technology (NIMT), offers
classes, seminars, workshops, books and other types of business
education courses.
Management seminars usually address the major components that are
required for the successful management of a business enterprise. For
the successful management of a business, it is essential to understand
the financial nuances of the business most importantly. Apart from the
financing of the business it is also important to understand some other
aspects of management such as strategic planning and marketing
strategies. Therefore a proper management seminar usually covers all
the above aspects in detail.
Management seminars are taken often the catalyst to inspire students /
employees to better serve their clients. We provide seminar
participants with the knowledge and skills they need in a fun filled,
interactive training environment to help make that vision come alive.
Our programs are both generic in our monthly public workshops and
customized to support the vision and culture of client organizations.
Northern Institute of Management & Technology (NIMT),
helps you to get more....

 On line libraries, available 24/7, 365 days


 24 hours web support from faculty side
 Model test papers
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 Classes on special request & on Weekends
 On-line help for each question within 30 seconds
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 EXAMINATION OPTION.
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On-line chat with faculties and experts with the help of head phone
Customized Specializations Available upon Request
Change of Subject:
A student may be allowed to change the subject(s) of his Course within
15 Days from the date of submission of his admission form on payment
Of Rs.1500/- through DD/IPO’s/Cash at the counter accompanied by a
Written request addressed to the Director subject to the availability of
Seats. The change will be allowed only if the personal contact programme
For the changed subject/courses has not been held. In such cases the
Student may required to attend the personal contact programme at a
Centre to be allotted by the institute.

Admission Procedure

DIRECT ADMISSION (NO ENTRANCE EXAMS)

For Graduate Courses


Eligibility: Students who have passed or appeared for class 12th examination in any stream of
education. Documents Required:
• 10th and 12th Certificate and Mark sheet
• 3 Passport size photographs
For Master's Courses
Eligibility: Students who have passed or appeared in the final year of their Graduation in any
stream of education or 3 year of diploma holder Documents Required:
• 10th and 12th Certificate and Mark sheet
• 3 years Mark sheet (Separate or Consolidated) of Graduation
• Degree Certificate / Provisional Passing Certificate issued by the University or College
• 3 Passport size photographs
. Experience certificate/joining letter

NIMT PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE


QUALITY OBJECTIVES

1. MAKE LEARNING AN INTRESTING EXPERIENCE. 2.


PROVIDE RIGHT DIRECTION AND ENVIRONMENT TO
DEVELOP CHARACTER. 3. IMBIBE A SCIENTIFIC TEMPER
OF CURIOSITY AWARENESS AND UNDERSTANDING OF
EVERTHING FOR ALL. 4. MAKE OUR STUDENT DISCIPLINE,
WELL MANNERED, CULTURED, PATIENT & LIBERAL, CO-
OPERATIEVE&PRODUCTIVE THINKING. 5. STRESS ON
LEADERSHIP TRAINING, DEMOCRATIC WAY OF LIVING,
MORAL PROGRESS AND A FEELING OF NATIONAL
INTEGRATION. 6. KEEP OURSELVES UPDATED WITH
PROGRESS ALL AROUND IN ENGINEERING AND
MANAGEMENT.
2. 100% Placement Assistance*
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Part 1 Foundation of finance
Financial management – an overview Time Risk and Return Bonds and share Option
Evaluation Part 2 Financial analysis, profit planning and control Statements of changes in
financial position Financial statement analysis Volume – cost- profit analysis Budgeting and
profit planning Part 3 Long-term investment decision Capital budgeting -1 Capital Budgeting
-2 Additional aspects Analysis of risk and uncertainty Part 4 Financing decision Financial
leverage, structure, cost of capital, designing capital structure Part 5 Long term financing
Capital Markets Equity Share Loans, Bonds, Lease and Purchase and hire Purchase
Managing financial risk An introduction to Foreign Language Scope of languages in India
Need and demand of languages in Embassy, Foreign Market and other Institutions
Foundation with Evaluation and optional evaluation Audit of different languages Analytical
Procedure Environmental influences on selected language Job satisfaction Internal mobility
with industrial relations in India Quality of working life through Perception &
Communication Training & Development Languages with Visuals, Audio & Video
Equipment & Setups required for translation Quality Function Deployment &
selection/training with Innovation Communication Spokesperson for languages in different
fields Mold of steering committee into team with specific language
HOTELMANAGEMENT I. HOTEL AND MOTEL
DEVELOPMENT. 1. The History of the Hospitality Industry. 2. Types of Hotels. 3.
Corporate Structures and Concepts of Operation. 4. Feasibility Determination. II. HOTEL
MANAGEMENT. 5. Hotel Structure and Staff. 6. The Human Resources Department. 7.
Reservations: Systems and Operations. 8. Sales and Marketing. III. HOTEL OPERATIONS.
9. The Front Office. 10. Foods and Beverage Preparation and Service. 11.
Telecommunications. 12. Engineering. 13. Housekeeping. 14. Other Departments and
Sources of Income. 15. Insurance. IV. HOTEL ACCOUNTING AND CONTROLS. 16. The
Organization of Accounting and the Uniform System. 17. Accounts Receivable and City
Ledger. 18. Income Control. 19. Food and Beverage Cost Control. 20. Payroll.
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SECTION
ONE 1. Evolution of Human Resource Management in India. 2. Job Satisfaction. SECTION
TWO 3. Human Resource Planning. 4. Employee Selection 5. Testing in Industry. SECTION
THREE 6. Supervisory Behaviour. 7. Organizational Behaviour. 8. Elements of Performance
Appraisal. SECTION FOUR 9. Training & Development. 10. Perception & Communication.
11. Internal Mobility 12. Compensation Management. SECTION SIX 13. Industrial Relations
in India 14. Quality of Working Life. 15. Working Conditions & Work Behaviour. 16. Ethics
& H RM SECTION SEVEN 17. Statistical Analysis. INDUSTRIAL
MANAGEMENT Part 1. Dimensions of Industrial Marketing The Nature of
Industrial Marketing Understanding industrial Markets The Industrial Marketing
Environment Part 2. Organizational Buying and Buyer Behavior The Nature of Industrial
Buying The interpersonal Dynamics of Industrial Buying Behavior Part 3. Strategy
Formulations in the Industrial Market The Strategic Planning Process in Industrial Marketing
Assessing Market Opportunities Industrial Market Segmentation, Target Marketing, And
Positioning Part 4. Formulating Product Planning Developing Product Strategy Strategic
Innovation and New Product Development Part 5. Formulating Channel Strategies Marketing
Channel Participants Marketing Logistics: Physical Distribution and Customer Service Part 6.
Formulating Marketing Communication Planning Developing the Industrial Sales Force
Planning Organizing and controlling the selling Function Managing Advertising Sales
Promotions and Publicity Strategy Part 7. Formulating Pricing Policies Price Determinants:
Customers, Competition, and Costs Pricing Decision Analysis Part 8. International Industrial
Marketing Industrial Marketing in the International Environment
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
MANAGEMENT The Internet and the World Wide Web The worldwide web
– what is it? Getting connected to the web Web Multimedia Enhancing and testing your
understanding Locating Information on the web Browsing the web Information Technology
today – An overview Information systems Software and Data IT in business and Industry IT
in Home and at play And many more………………………… The Computer System and
Central Processing Unit Types of computer The Foundations of Modern Information
Technology: Binary Numbers – 0s and 1s The foundations of Modern Information
Technology: Digital Signals The anatomy of a com Logistics
Management OVERVIEW OF LOGISTICS 1. Logistics and the supply chain.
Appendix Logistics Professional Organizations. 2. The Supply-Chain Concept. 3. Logistics
and information technology. ELEMENTS OF LOGISTICS SYSTEMS. 4. Order
Management and Customer Service. 5. Protective Packaging and Materials Handling. 6. The
Domestic Transportation System. 7. Industrial Transportation Management. 8. Distribution
Center, Warehouse and Plant Location. 9. Inventory Management. 10. Warehousing
Management. 11. Supply Management. 12. International Logistics. ANALYZING,
DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING A LOGISTICS SYSTEM 13.Logistics Systems
Controls. 14.Logistics systems: analysis, design and integration. 15.Supply-Chain: Future
directions. What is Lean Six Sigma Logistics? Explain demand chain management in
comparison with reverse logistics and liquid logistics? Write the definition of logistics
outsourcing (3PL); also explain the clarification of definitions of third party logistics. Briefly
explain the difference between Business logistics and Production logistics in accordance with
functions and role of supply chain management. What is Inbound and Outbound Logistics?
Define the role of Inbound and Outbound logistics in an Industry What is COD(Cash on
Delivery) and What is DOD(Drop on Delivery) Explain both the term on the basis of few
realistic examples? MARKETING MANAGEMENT  Part 1.
Understanding Marketing Management  Defining Marketing for the 21st Century 
Developing Marketing strategies & plans  Part 2. Capturing Marketing Insights 
Gathering Information & scanning the environment  Conducting Marketing research &
Forecasting demand Part 3. Connecting with customers  Creating customer
value,satisfaction & loyalty  Analysing consumer markets  Analysing business markets 
Identifying market segments & targets Part 4. Building strong brands  Creating brand
equity  Crafting the brand positioning  Dealing with Competition  Part 5. Shaping the
Market Offerings  Setting product strategy  Designing & managing services 
Developing pricing strategies & programs  Part 6. Delivering value  Designing &
managing value networks & channels  Managing retailing, wholesaling & logistics  Part
7. Communicating value  Designing & managing integrated marketing communications 
Managing mass communications: Advertising,sales promotions.events & public relations 
Managing personal communications: Direct marketing & the sales force  Part 8. Creating
Long term growth  Intorducing New market Offerings  Tapping into Global markets 
Managing a holistic marketing organization OPERATIONS
MANAGEMENT OPERATION STRATEGY AND MANAGING CHANGE
Introduction to the Field Operations Strategy and Competitiveness Project Management
PRODUCT DESIGN AND PROCESS SELECTION Process analysis 100 Product Design
and Process Total Quality Management: Focus on Six Sigma Operations Consulting and Re
engineering SUPPLY CHAIN DESIGN Supply chain Strategy Strategic Capacity
Management Just in Time and Lean Forecasting Aggregate Sales and Operations Planning
Inventory Control Material Requirements Planning Operations Scheduling Synchronous
Manufacturing and theory of Constraints Introduction to Export
Marketing.  India’s Export Trade.  International Marketing.  Preliminaries for
Starting Export Business.  Export Marketing Organization.  EXIM Policy of India. 
Product Planning-I.  Product Planning-II.  Export Pricing Costing.  Export Finance. 
Export Financing Institution.  Method of Payment.  Export Procedure-Part-I.  Export
Procedure-Part-II.  Export Documentation.  Export Assistance and Incentives. Export
Promotion Organizations.  Annexure  Abbreviations  Guidelines
COURSE
BBA - Bachelors Program In Business Administration
QUALIFICATION 10+2 or Diploma Holder
DURATION MODULAR REGULAR 1 year / 3 years
PART I:
• General Management - 1
• Accountancy
• Business Comm.
• Personnel Management
• Consumer Behavior

PART II:
• General Management-2
• E-Commerce
SUBJECT COVERED
• Organizational Behavior
• Corporate Law
• International Business

PART III:
• General Management- 3
• Business Management
• Operations Management
• Business Ethics
• Marketing Management
ASSINGNMENT & PROJECT
10 DAYS
DURATION
CORRESPONDENCE FEES Rs.15,000/- PER YEAR
REGULAR WITH WEEKEND Rs. 24,000/-PER YEAR
CLASSES FEES
MBA - Masters Program In Business Administration
(4 Semesters with Dual Specialization)

Graduate or Diploma Holder with Work


QUALIFICATION
Experience
DURATION MODULAR REGULAR 1 year / 2 years
SEMESTER - I
• General Management - 1
• Consumer Behaviour
• Business Communication
• Organization Behavior

SEMESTER - II:
• Business Ethics
• Human Resource Management
• Financial Management
• International Business
SUBJECT COVERED
SEMESTER - III:
• Export Management
• Corporate Law
• Advertising Management
• Marketing Management
SEMESTER - IV:
• Business Management
• Specialization Subject-I
• Specialization Subject-II
• Project Study (Viva-Versa)
ASSINGNMENT DURATION 30 DAYS
CORRESPONDENCE FEES Rs. 15,225/- PER SEM
REGULAR WITH WEEKEND
Rs. 18,000/- PER SEM
CLASSES FEES
PGDBA - Post Graduate Diploma In Business Administration
QUALIFICATION Graduate / DBA
DURATION MODULAR REGULAR 4 months / 1 year

SEMESTER - I • Operations Management

SEMESTER – II • Corporate Training -


MKT / HR (Opt.)
SUBJECT COVERED
SEMESTER - III • Specialization (One)

SEMESTER – IV •Refresher course with


Project & Viva - Versa
ASSINGNMENT & PROJECT
15 DAYS
DURATION
CORRESPONDENCE FEES Rs. 6,000/- PER SEM
REGULAR WITH WEEKEND
Rs. 8,250/- PER SEM
CLASSES FEES
REGULAR WITH WEEK DAYS
Rs. 9,750/- PER SEM
CLASSES FEES

DIS - Diploma In Specific Specialization


QUALIFICATION 10+2 or equivalent
DURATION MODULAR REGULAR 4 months / 1 year

SEMESTER - I •Specialization(one)

SEMESTER – II Project with on the job


SUBJECT COVERED
traing OJT (optional)

SEMESTER – III •Refresher course with


Project & Viva - Versa
ASSINGNMENT & PROJECT
15 DAYS
DURATION
CORRESPONDENCE FEES Rs. 5,000/- PER SEM
REGULAR WITH WEEKEND
Rs.7,000/- PER SEM
CLASSES FEES
REGULAR WITH WEEK DAYS FEES Rs. 9,000/- PER SEM
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