Guru Nanak Institute of Management Studies (GNIMS) is one of the most prestigious educational institutions credited with imparting quality education in management since 2002. Established by Shiromani Gurudwara Prabhandhak Committee, GNIMS has grown to include plethora of courses suitable for today’s generation.

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A Masters in Business Administration is an internationally recognized degree which is a beneficial qualification in more than one way. An MBA provides the student with networking opportunities, new skills and knowledge and higher salaries among other benefits. Traditionally students would pursue a two-year full-time MBA immediately after completing graduation. However, in recent times, working professionals have begun opting for part-time MBA to improve their prospects. Here we discuss the difference between a

MBA in Finance is one of the oldest and most coveted courses across countries. It is common knowledge for established tycoons, budding entrepreneurs and everyone in between that money is the most important lifeline of a business. Here arises the need for financial management. MBA in Finance covers management, planning, controlling and reviewing of investments and monetary resources required for the growth of an industry. Read on to learn about the subject matter

Recent years have witnessed an increase in the number of students opting for management studies. The reasons for taking up these courses might vary. However, one thing that remains common is the dilemma in which students often find themselves – which course to choose and how to decide? Students tend to confuse PGDM course with MBA studies owing to the similarities between the two. Before deciding which course to pursue, read about what is

If your career chart shows steady growth, if you're ambitious and keen to deepen your business knowledge, an Executive MBA (E-MBA) is for you. An E-MBA is the best way to develop new skills, give you an insight into various managerial approaches along with different business practices. Simply put, an E-MBA is a career booster. Transcripts from the Taxila and Nalanda Universities are a testament to the invaluable knowledge that Ancient Indians possessed. The