IMS doesn't boast of an infrastructure in the conventional sense. Still, it has facilities at par with the reputed business schools. The Institute has a sizeable number of classrooms, event rooms, workshop centers etc.


The classrooms are well furnished, well-ventilated, spacious, comfortable and contemporary. There are two state-of-the-art and fully digitized Conference and Workshop Halls for guest lectures, seminars and other cultural and career development programmes. The ambience fosters an environment that is extremely conducive to learning.


The Library has a collection of some of the well-known and popular textbooks, reference books, journals and magazines. It has recently been upgraded and refurbished, and this has significantly improved the documented knowledge resource.


A robust IT environment has become an undiscounted need today. The Institute has a decent, well-utilized Computer Lab, with high speed, wi-fi enabled internet connection.


competitiveenvironment,jobsandrolesaredescribed in terms of competencies. The two major concerns of employers are selecting good workers and retaining them. The skills-gap, which is the difference between the skills needed on the job and those possessed by aspirants, is of real concern to managers and entrepreneurs looking to hire competent employees. The main focus of the Career Development Wing is to enhance the skills of the students through career counseling, career awareness, career exploration and career preparation. The Wing conducts regular classes and training workshops on topics ranging from resume development, effective participation in group discussions to domain specific training and aptitude enhancement training on subjects such as verbal & non-verbal reasoning, analytical reasoning, quantitative aptitude, competitive English etc. In simpler words, the motto of the Career Development Wing is to make the students 'Employable'.