North East Institute of Management Science

North East Institute of Management Science
NEIMS , Jorhat
Established 2000
Type Private, Trust
Religious affiliation Dibrugarh University
Principal Ranjita Sarma , I/C
Director Anjan Gogoi
Location Opposite North East Institute of Science and Technology, Jorhat, AT road , Jorhat, Assam, India
Campus Sub-urban
Nickname NEIMS
Website http://www.neimscollege.com/

The North East Institute of Management Science (NEIMS) in Jorhat, India is a management school affiliated to Dibrugarh University.[1] NEIMS specializes in the fields of hospitality, management and tourism education and training.

Courses

Diploma

  • DHM (Diploma in Hotel Management)
  • DTM (Diploma in Tourism Management)[2]

Bachelor Degree

  • BHMCT (Bachelor of Hotel Management and Catering Technology)[3]
  • BSCHMCTT (Bachelor of Hotel Management Catering Technology and Tourism)
  • BTM (Bachelor of Tourism Management)

Master Degree

  • MBA in Hotel Management
  • MSc.in Hotel Management,Catering Technology and Tourism
  • MTM (Master of Tourism Management)

Post Graduate Diploma

  • PGDHM (Post Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management)[4]

Facilities

  • Library
  • Career Counselling
  • Computer lab
  • Boys Hostels
  • Girls Hostel
  • Gymnasium
  • Playground

External

References

  1. ^ http://neimscollege.com/neims1/2013-07-07-07-48-03/approvals-recognition
  2. ^ http://neimscollege.com/neims1/2013-07-07-08-04-48/diploma
  3. ^ http://neimscollege.com/neims1/2013-07-07-08-04-48/bachelor-degree
  4. ^ http://neimscollege.com/neims1/2013-07-07-08-04-48/pg-diploma
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