|Particulars||School of Business Management|
|Laboratories & workshops||-|
|Name of the Building||Ownership||Plinth Area(Sq.Ft.)||Covered Area (Sq.Ft.)||Cost/ Estimated Cost (Rs.)||Status of Building i.e. Complete/ Incomplete||Whether Plans & Estimates Approved by Competent Authority|
|School of Business Management||SVKM||9,414||59,943||534 Lakhs||Complete||Yes|
The books issue service is available to the users from 8:30 am to 9:50 pm on all weekdays and from 10 am to 5 pm on Sundays.
In addition to the regular services, NMIMS also provides facilities like inter library loans, audio listening facilities, etc. A photocopier is available within the library to make extraction of information easier. The library also organizes book exhibitions during the year.
The library is a member of BCL (British Council Library), AIRC (American Information Resource Centre), BMA (Bombay Management Association), MANLIBNET (Management Library Network), AVEHI (Audio Video Edu Resource Centre), Advance Standard Council of India and ECCH (European Case Clearing House Ltd). Library services
- Reading room
- Document Delivery â€“ Issue & Return
- Reference Service
- Photocopy Services
- Suggestions & Feedback
- Equipments â€“ Tape recorder, scanner etc
- ILL- Inter Library Loan
- Audio Video Facility
- Book Exhibition is held once or twice every year
- Video Screening One video is screened every mont
- Display of books
- Current Awareness Service (CAS)
- Info Alert / SDI â€“ Selective Dissemination of Information
- TOC of the day
- Library Brochure
- Library Databases
- Case Studies Collection
- CD Mirroring
- Library Orientation programme
NMIMS houses a state-of-the-art Management Development Programme (MDP) hall. MDPs for the industry are a regular feature of the institute’s interaction with the corporate world. Programmes are custom designed to suit the requirements of individual organizations and also retailed.
This is how the system functions: The teacher records and makes a master lesson with as many copies possible. The student does all his work on this pre-recorded tape copy. On playing back, the student gets the teacher’s voice followed by his own, giving him an instant comparison of his performance with the model. There are separate audio consoles in which clusters of students are seated in demarcated boxes to conduct the practice sessions. So an original tape with the teacher’s voice, the copies with the student’s voice and the headphones for comparison arrive as the obvious audio instruments to learn the dictums in communication like a song.