The pedagogical methods include Lectures, case studies, assignments, presentations and field works.

Managerial Skill Development (MSD)

Various Skill Development Programs have been designed to develop and sharpen the skills required for a manager. “MSD” will be held on all week days during the evening hours.

Business Communication

In addition to the theoretical inputs, BIMS facilitates the all-round development of the personality of the students by providing training in Employability Techniques, Soft Skills and Presentation Skills.

Business Analysis

Students shall be prepared for weekly news analysis and presentations on assigned topics. This will enhance general knowledge and business awareness among the students.

Foreign Language

Students are offered training in foreign a language on a regular basis.

Stress Management

Regular yoga sessions have been designed to promote relaxation and stress relief for the students. Management education is a unique experience and there are many things that the students juggle at the same time. Students learn to strike a balance in their every day schedule, both physically and mentally through this program.

Berchmans Industry Interface (BII):

To cope with the current requirements of the Industry, BIMS incorporated an Industry Institute Interface Program (BII) to equip the students with practical and applicable knowledge. The goal of BII is to enhance a passion for the subject and to prepare students to be employable with the required skills and knowledge. BII focuses on providing “Ready to Employ” business graduates to the market. This is a certificate program adds value to the MBA Degree. As a part of Industrial Institutional Interface the institute has started Certification Courses in the following areas:
O Finance (Insurance, Banking, Derivatives &Risk Management, and IFRS)
O Marketing (Retail Management, Advertising, Sales& Distribution)
O Human Resource (HR Accounting, Payroll Management, Employee Counselling)
O Operations Management (Logistics & Supply Chain Management, ISO 9000)
All students in the Third Semester should undergo any one of above mentioned courses along with their curriculum.

Berchmans Industry Immersion Programme-BIIP

The thrust of the programme is towards moulding our students to cater to the ever changing needs of the industry. This industry immersion programme is aimed at increasing the employability of a candidate and developing career specific skills in them. The programme is designed to integrate theoretical knowledge with the practical skills in collaboration with the industry.

Bridge Course

Bridge Course is an in- house training programme conducted by the faculty of BIMS. This course aims to provide theoretical foundation on various management subjects before the start of regular sessions

Induction Programme

A week long programme aims to empower the students to feel the pulse of the MBA Programme. Students embark on new vistas in different skill development programmes like career counselling, SWOT Analysis, stress management, leadership skills, a linkage between industry and academics. This programme enables them to empower themselves to compete in the race of excellence in the modern corporate scenario!


Students of each class are divided into eight groups under different mentors (faculty of BIMS). The students discuss their problems and get guidance from their mentors. The objective of this mentoring program is to help the students to shed their inhibitions, redress their grievances if any, and also to improve their overall performance in both scholastic and non-scholastic fields. Students are required to fill up the prescribed form and submit it to the mentor during the meetings.

Career Counselling

The aptitude of the students will be analyzed by the counsellors and guidance will be given to the students to choose their specialization in MBA. The career counselling will be given in the third semester, based on the 16PF Scale.

In House Workshop Training Programme

NLP, EXCEL, SPSS, Creativity, Outbound Training are programs that provide inputs to fill knowledge gaps and emphasize on expanding the knowledge horizons of participants. Interactions with experienced faculty and fellow participants provide new insights to the participants which help for better quality decision making.