The Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan is India’s premier non governmental, apolitical, secular, national movement with an international outlook devoted to life-related education, literature and culture. Bhavan’s Royal Institute of Management (BRIM), promoted by the Kochi Kendra of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan opens an opportunity for you to have management education of international quality.
“To be one amongst the internationally acclaimed Private Business Schools in India, nurturing global business leaders”.
“To identify and develop youth as ethically conscious and socially relevant corporate citizens and entrepreneurs in a globally competitive environment by imparting appropriate management education, conducting relevant research and providing training and consultancy”.
BRIM’s campus off Tripunithura Hill Palace, has been set up in the year 2002 in the erstwhile royal estates of the Kochi Maharajas, to offer PGDM programme. The course is approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi. The campus has a heritage building with the magnificent elegance of royalty, providing the perfect ambience to mould the decision makers of tomorrow.BRIM has state-of-the-art infrastructure facilities, highly dedicated team of faculty, innovative teaching techniques matching international standards, E-Learning facilities that will prepare the students to keep abreast of the changing business environment. We focus on the wholesome development of the students, based on the value system of BHAVAN. Stress on Indian values and culture is an integral part of the PGDM programme at BRIM.
Bhavan's Royal Institute of Management
Old Guest House Road,
Off Hill Palace Tripunithura,
Kochi -682 305.
Bhavans Royal Institute of Management, Kochi offers various graduate courses as well as Post Graduate courses.
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