Our Achievers....

Our Achievers

Our Achievers....

174 Reputed Brands In 2011 (A National Record).Over 156 Reputed Brands In 2012 And 65 Reputed Brands In 2013 So Far

Our Achievers....

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Professional Approach

• 2 yr full time regular MBA degree from a Govt. University within the state • Capital Market Lab 2nd in Eastern India after IIM-C • Language Lab • Wi-Fi enabled Campus.

Awards And Certificates

Rated A++ By Business India, 2nd Best B-School In Kolkata After IIM Kolkata By CSR Survey, 4th Best B-School In Eastern And Central India

Activities of EIILM

Apart from participation in regular routine bound theoretical classes students are encouraged to take part in different activities which are an integral part of the education process.

Campuses of EIILM

H.O. : 6 Waterloo Stree, Kolkata:69 | B.O.: 9, Hare Street, Kolkata:1

Course Pack

The purpose of our courseware is to improve the state of art in the planning, implementation and self-evaluation of the students. The pragmatic learning solutions are precisely aligned with current events. The courseware is supposed to be an introduction to the knowledge and main elements of the programme. The idea behind is that the students can enter the classroom with a common level of knowledge so that the concerned faculty can focus on high-level application of the programme.

Features of Courseware :

  • It has been drawn keeping the current day trends in the industry and consulting the Master of Business Administration curriculum from leading B- Schools world over.
  • Every Semester Curriculum review is done by seasoned Academicians & Senior Corporate Executives.
  • Application oriented multi disciplinary approach towards learning is followed.


Teaching & Learning Pedagogy At EIILM

Teaching at EIILM has been a matter of pre-renown attraction because of certain factors inbuilt in its system. Prior to the start of formal classes for Master of Business Administration course, we get a review and orientation period for each of the courses. Reviews and Orientations are done in the manner as specified below:-

Review Mechanism (RM), this comprises of two stage analysis

  • Assessment of prior learning (APL)

  • Assessment of future potential (AFP)

APL helps in identifying the subjects already learnt, practices known by the students with the total amount of knowledge available. This is done for each student and made into a data package for her / him. This data is updated every semester and maintained properly till the end of the program. APL measures the shortcomings (if any) for the prerequisites of the subjects to be taken under the course. A student found falling short in a particular area of knowledge and practice is given special coaching. In that area to make her / him come up to the desired standard. Apart from the special coaching a general awareness program is conducted for a period of one month prior to the actual session.

Assessment of future potential (AFP) helps the student identified the right mix and profile of career for her/him. This is combination of Personality Mapping done through Management Micro Lab (MLML). A student will get the benefit of MML once a year. Students belonging to Master of Business Administration course of EIILM can now opt for MML once a year.
After the Review Period is over, the course starts at formal pace. Delivery of the course is the function of the subjects. For a multifunctional course like Master of Business Administration the teaching pedagogy is much wider. The Institute follows a general pedagogy for teaching and learning that cuts across various disciplines.

General Pedagogy for Teaching & Learning

Teaching at EIILM is imparted as three steps as depicted in the following paragraphs :-

  • Preparations Prior to Class (PPC)
  • Continuous Inculcation in the Class (CIC)
  • Post Class Classification in the Class (PCT)


PPC : Students are given the course packs for each subject and the lesson plans in the beginning. Whereas a course packs is the complete coverage of the subjects, the lessons plans are the broad outlines of the points likely to be discussed in each class. Therefore, the students know before hand item of the particular subject that is going to be discussed in the subsequent days, comes to the class with the preparation and asks questions for further analysis, clarification and additional inputs. Good PPC makes the students competent to have a full participation in the CIC.

CIC : Classes are basically interactive. Teachers talk, listen and make others talk as well. While talking on the subject the teacher uses any of the methods described below: - Chalk & Talk: This method implies that the teacher does not use any teaching aid. As is expected of a senior professor in the West, here at EIILM also, senior and experienced teachers adopt chalk and talk method of teaching inside classroom. The teacher writes points on the black board with a chalk or on a white board with a marker. Points thus written by teachers are explained and elaborated in the talks.

Overhead Projected Presentation: This method incorporates a teaching aid with transparencies. When a teacher shows transparencies, students do not waste their time noting down the contents, rather they interact with the faculty and take note on important points. Copies of the transparencies are distributed among all students.

Power Point and / or Multimedia Presentation : This method involves the computer (desktop / laptop) in the class room. The teacher presents a series of slides on the power point and multimedia for better understanding and appreciation of the student. Soft copies of the presentation are made available to the students whenever it is required.

Course Duration

Each paper shall have the following time frame of teaching :-

Total time : 56 hour
Of which Class room teaching hours (lectures + tutorials + Interactions) : 36 hours
Case Presentation & discussions Games / Role Plays / Project Presentation : 6 hours
External Project : 8 hours
In term examination : 6 hours

Content Distribution

Each paper shall have the followings :

Distribution of Contents :

Area Limits
Subjective / Normative Dimension : 50%
Objective / Rational Interaction : 20-30%
Student Participation : 30-20%
Evaluation : 10%

Assessment & Evaluation

Students will be assessed through :

  • Internal evaluation which includes his / her class interaction, class presentation & project.
  • End – Semester Examination.

Examination will be held under official notification of the Controller of Examinations at the end of the studies for each semester. Those who will fail to attend 70% classes but have attended at least 40% classes are entitled to sit for the examination by paying a penalty. Those who fail to attend at least 40% classes are not entitled to sit for examination except for those cases of genuine medical exigency / accidental or other similar cases. Proper evidence to the best satisfaction of the examinations department of the Institute has to be furnished. Results of the examination will be published by the Controller of examinations as per dates stipulated in the academic calendar.