Sterling Institute of Management Studies (SIMS) was established in the year 2004 by National Center for Rural Development (NCRD), Pune. The college is affiliated to the University of Mumbai. The motto of SIMS is to build and develop a complete person, a responsible citizen to play a meaningful role in the corporate world and the society as a whole. Institute creates the zeal, excitement & potential in our students to plunge into the world of business with total dedication. The institute offers postgraduate courses such as MBA / MMS and MCA in the field of Management and Computer Applications.
University of Mumbai
AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education)
Near Sea-Woods Railway Station, Nerul (E) Navi Mumbai
SIMS have a dedicated placement cell which is driven and managed by an experienced team comprising placement in charges, under the expert guidance of Director and senior professors and supported by student placement co-ordinators. The placement cell of SIMS is very active which ensures that all the qualified students of SIMS should be placed in well-reputed companies.
The top recruiters for those who pass MCA are Honeywell, TCS, and Oracle, whereas, for those who complete MBA, the list of top recruiters include Hindustan Unilever Ltd., HAGER International, Reliance Communication and Morgan Stanley.
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NCRD’S SIMS Studies has a well-equipped and air-conditioned library. It consists of 14,853 books covering 7560 titles and caters to the needs of various specializations of Management as well as Information Technology courses. A range of magazines and more than 50 journals and periodicals are available. In addition, e-library facility is also provided (J-Gate, ProQuest, IEEE).
The Institute has high-tech air-conditioned computer laboratories. The laboratories are operational with full-time internet access facility through a 4mbps 1:1 internet connectivity line.
The Institute has a state-the-art air-conditioned auditorium with a seating capacity of 500 people.