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Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies
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Parent institution
University of Mumbai
AffiliationUniversity of Mumbai
DirectorDr. Shrinivasan Iyengar
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NicknameJB or Bajaj

Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies is the Department of Management Studies of the University of Mumbai. The institute is named after industrialist and philanthropist Jamnalal Bajaj.


JBIMS offers full-time Masters in Management Studies programme. In addition to MMS, the institute offers full-time course of Masters in Finance (MSc Finance), Master in Human Resource Development Management (MHRD),part-time courses and a doctoral PhD programme. In addition to the regular academics, guest lectures are organised from time to time.

Masters in Management Studies (MMS)

Masters in Management Studies is the flagship course of Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies. It is a two-year full-time post-graduate degree course in management. Started as early as 1965, the institute offers specializations in the second year of the MMS course. The title of the programme as MMS, instead of the usual MBA, is to emphasise that the principles and practices of management studies are applicable to all types of organisation and not only to business organisations.

Students can specialize in:

Masters in Finance (MSc Finance)

Started in 2013, on the recommendations of the Prime Minister's Office, the course was started as the first master's degree in finance by a college in India.

The course is two-years full-time and covers a wide range of topics in Finance, Quantitative Studies, Economics among others.

Master of Business Administrations (Part-time)

JBIMS offers part-time courses that include:

Master in Human Resource Development (MHRD)

The institute offers a 2-year full time master's degree program “Master in Human Resource Development (MHRD)”. Areas of focus include Talent Attraction, Compensation Administration, Human Resource Management, Performance Management, Welfare and Industrial Relations and Labour laws, Human Resources Information Systems, Learning and Development.


Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies has been consistently ranked in the list of the top 10 business schools in India. [1] Economic Times has ranked it at No. 9 in India.[2]

Notable alumni

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Owing to the extensive list of its alumni who've reached top positions in various MNCs, JBIMS is also known as the 'CEO Factory'.[3]


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