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 Founded by Kulapati Dr. K. M. Munshiji, on November 7, 1938, nearly a decade before the advent of independence, with the blessings of Mahatma Gandhi and the co-operation and support of several distinguished stalwarts of India’s freedom movement, the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan has grown from small beginnings to a comprehensive global intellectual, cultural and educational movement. It is a totally secular and apolitical organisation. The main purpose of the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan is to provide a modern bridge to span the past, the present and the future, built on the strong foundation of the fundamental values of life.

The Bhavan believes that there are good elements in all cultures that transcend all barriers and knit people together. Its ideal is “Vasudhaiva Kudumbakam”: “The World is one Family”. Its motto is “Aano Bhadraah Kratavo Yantu Vishvatah”: ‘Let noble thoughts come to us from every side’. The Bhavan also firmly believes that revitalizing ancient values and reintegrating them to suit the changing needs of modern times alone will give people the strength to assimilate whatever is good in the new, without being swept away from their traditional moorings.

Bhavan’s institutes of higher learning

With 118 Kendras/Offices spread over all the parts of India and 7 centers abroad in UK, USA, Portugal and Mexico, Bhavan has acquired a true ‘International Indian character and culture’ and sponsors more than 373 institutions all over the world. Bhavan’s concern for evolving new culture by proper synthesis with fundamental human values and growth oriented Indian culture finds expression in the establishment of institutions devoted to science, technology and management.

Outstanding institutions under Bhavan’s banner in this context are:

  • Bhavan’s SP Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai.
  • Sardar Patel College of Engineering, Mumbai.
  • Sardar Patel College of Communication and Management, Delhi.
  • Rajendra Prasad College of Communication and Management, Mumbai.
  • Rajaji International Institute of Public Affairs and Administration, Hyderabad.
  • Gandhi Institute of Computer Education & Information Technology, Mumbai.

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Kochi Kendra

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Kochi Kendra is the largest Kendra among the entire Bhavan family. In all the states of the Indian union, Kerala has the largest number of Bhavan’s kendras. The first Bhavan’s Kendra in Kerala was started at Kochi. Our founder, Kulapati Dr. K.M. Munshiji appointed a Kendra Committee with Justice Shri. T.S. Krishnamoorthy Iyer as the first Chairman and Mahakavi G. Sankara Kurup as one of the Vice-Chairmen. Dr. G.S. Pathak, the then Vice-President of India, formally inaugurated the Bhavan’s Kerala Kendra on 9th September 1970 (1st Chingam , the Malayalam New Year Day). Adv.C.Ramachandra Menon is the present Hon. Secretary.

Some of the institutions run by Bhavan, Kochi are listed below:

  •     Bhavan’s Somani College of Mass Communications & Management (Study Centre) - Inspected in 1971
  •     Bhavan’s Balamandir - Five branches around Cochin - Inspected in 1971
  •     Bhavan’s Vidya Mandir, Elamakkara - Inspected in 1977
  •     Bhavan’s Vidya Mandir, Girinagar - Inspected in 1980
  •     Bhavan’s Mahila Vibhag: A service organization imparting vocational training for girls - Inspected in 1984
  •     Bhavan’s Nursery Teachers’ training College - Incepted  in 1986
  •     Bhavan’s Nursery Teachers’ training College - Incepted  in 1989
  •     Bhavan’s Adarsha Vidyalaya - Incepted  in 1989
  •     Bhavan’s Varuna Vidyalaya, Kakkanad, Cochin - Incepted  in 1992
  •     Bhavan’s Munshi Vidyasharam, Thiruvankulam - Incepted  in 2001
  •     Bhavan’s Royal Institute of Management (Bhavan's B - School) - Incepted  in 2002
  •     Bhavan’s Entrance Success Training Center (BEST) - Incepted  in 2003
  •     Bhavan’s Newsprint Vidyalaya, Velloor - Incepted  in 2003
  •     Bhavan’s Daycare Center
  •     Bhavan’s Special Education center: attached to all schools, for the improvement of slow learners.
Faculty

Shri.Venugopal C Govind

Hon. Chairman
Faculty

Shri. E. Ramankutty

Director

Bhavan’s Royal Institute of Management is promoted by the Kochi Kendra of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. The institute is established in the year 2002 to provide an opportunity for the young aspiring to be of future business executives, to have management education and training of international quality. A two year full time Master of Business Administration (MBA) course is conducted here. The course is approved by the AICTE, New Delhi.

Administration of the Courses Conducted by Bhavan's B - School

Bhavan's B - School has a Governing Council and an Academic Council, consisting of academicians and management professionals from the Industry, to frame policies and to direct the two-year, MBA course. The present Governing Council and Academic Council consist of the following eminent personalities representing industry and academia.

THE GOVERNING COUNCIL

 

Faculty

Dr. Shesha Iyer R

Professor, SP Jain Institute of Management & Resea
Faculty

Shri. Venugopal C Govind

Chairman, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
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Shri. E. Ramankutty

Director, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
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Shri. K.C Sankaranarayanan

Hon. Secretary, BVB
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Shri. Shyam Srinivasan

MD and CEO, Federal Bank
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Shri. Prasad K Panicker

Executive Director, BPCL KRL
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Shri. Unni Krishnan .K. Nair

Professor, IIM-K
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Shri. P.R Poduval

Former Director - SMS CUSAT
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Dr. K.A Zakkariya

Professor, SMS CUSAT, University Representative
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Dr.Rajagopala Nair

DEAN, BRIM
Address Bhavan's Royal Institute of Management
Old Guest House Road,
Off Hill Palace Tripunithura,
Thiruvankulam P.O., Kochi -682 305.
Phone +91 484 - 2774461, 2775437
Fax +91 484 - 2775437
Email info@brim.ac.in

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