National Academy of Management Studies (NAMS) was founded by famous NGO Shrijani education foundation which is registered by government vide Regd. No. GBBSD/234. NAMS is the professional education institute offering distance learning Management programs from Diploma to Doctorate levels-. NAMS is basically a NGO and non-profit making Institute and hence offer courses at lowest possible fees.
NAMS is fully geared up to offer professional education in distance learning mode with the back-up of e-learning Management Software (LMS). The LMS gives round-the-clock back-up access to distance education, knowledge assessment, instructor guidance and certification.
NAMS has over 100 specializations and management courses which cover almost all industries and career options. NAMS is specifically dedicated to provide career oriented Management courses for working professionals: from Diploma in Management to Doctorate. level. We expose our students to various aspects of management in a very gradual and motivating manner to enable them to acquire complete industrial requirements.
The course study materials are prepared, designed and presented by leading experts of the industry. It is written in simple English so that anyone from any medium of education can clearly understand the essence of the concepts and apply the same in their corporate life. NAMS do update each study material after every six months.
NAMS offers courses designed as per current need of Corporate and Industry. NAMS is the only Institute in India, who also provide real-time case studies, free books on Presentation skills, Interview skills, Group Discussion Skills, and lots of other personality development material to prepare student for corporate challenges in terms of Knowledge and Business etiquettes.
The study material is sent well in advance to the students so as to provide them sufficient time to read, understand, comprehend and then respond to the assignments. This enables the students, employed in the corporate world, to find sufficient time and encouragement to cope up with the studies. At the same time special emphasis is laid for those who are not yet employed, but are seeking a corporate career.