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The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), established by the Government of India, are the ace business schools in the country whose passouts have proved their mettle at Harvard, LSE and Kellogg.

IIMs located at Ahmedabad, Calcutta, Bangalore, and Lucknow are institutions of excellence. Two more IIMs, one at Indore and the other at Calicut have also been recently established. While the IIM, Calicut commenced its academic session from 1997-98, the IIM, Indore began its academic programme from 1998-99.

The IIMs conduct Post-graduate Diploma Programmes in Management (equivalent to MBA), Fellowship Programmes in Management Development and Organisation-based Programmes as well as carry out research and consultancy for the industry.

The Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, IIMK is the fifth Indian Institute of Management.

The Institute operates from it's own, newly constructed campus, in the scenic ambience of approximately 100 acres in the Kunnamangalam locality of Kozhikode.

Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode seeks to achieve excellence and a leadership position in management education.

It aspires to

IIMK is dedicated to offering world class programmes in management education. Its academic programmes encompass a range of long term full time diploma programmes such as the Post Graduate Programme in Management, and a number of short duration executive education programmes.

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