Management Education in India has undergone considerable change over the years. The launch of the first two IIMs in Calcutta and Ahmadabad in 1961 marked the beginning of a revolution in management education. In the 70s and 80s the demand for management education grew at a modest rate. The advent of economic liberalization in India in the mid-80s gave a new thrust to management education. Several PGDM granting institutions came up in the private sector by offering two-year Post Graduate Diploma in Management during 1990s and 2000s, the proliferation of Institutions providing Management Education continued unabated fueled by an unprecedented growth of the Indian economy. Enrolments in PGDM programs have increased over the years from 2011-12.

Globally, there are over 13000 Business Schools and India alone is having one third of them, indicating substantial quantitative growth of management education. At the same time, there is dire need to enhance their quality and raise the bar to meet the international standards.

In this fast disruptive digital economy and VUCA world, high-quality management education is essential for India. Use of technology is one of the powerful ways to enhance the students’ ability to meet the ever- changing requirements of the corporate world and society. PGDM students are equipped to work across Time Zones, Languages, and Cultures. Employability, Innovation, Theory to Practice connectedness are the central focus of PGDM curriculum design and development. The core curriculum is designed to give students an in-depth mastery of the academic disciplines and applied functional areas necessary to every non-business and business leader’s success. 

TIAS(CDL) has all the the entire Infrastructure in place.


The Library has been primarily designed to meet the requirements of the Institute's academic programmes. Most education, after schooling, requires a well-stocked library with efficient and effective information retrieval system within the reach at convenient time. Having regard to this fact, the Institute has an excellent library having more than 13,000 books with over 1200 titles, 24 national/international journals. The Institute's Library is divided into four sections i.e. Circulation, Reference, Reading Section and E-Resource Section, apart from membership services of DELNET and British Council Library. Issue and return, of books, is governed by library rules.

Computer Labs

Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies - CDL has four numbers of computer labs with over 60 computer systems with LCD Monitor. The Centre has a local area network (LAN) operation under Client-Server architecture. The students can work on various platforms. The systems are supported by high speed Laser printers, DVD/CD writer, Web Camera, Scanner and other peripherals. The centre is equipped with variety of popular softwares.The students can also make use of variety of CD-ROM databases, corporate databases etc. such as CMIE PROWESS,, CAPEX. The Institute has interactive website TECNIA portal is available for resource sharing among each student. Students are provided with independent login passwords and E-mail facility through common URL. The Computer Centre facilities are further enhanced through WiFi Superhighway link through dedicated 16 MBPS Broad Band Connection, which provides 24 hours internet connectivity. All the Labs are facilitated with Power back -up.


The institute has well equipped two centrally air- conditioned auditoriums with the latest audio visual and projection facility having seating capacity of over 250 for conducting seminars, conferences and other interactive sessions.

Seminar Hall

Institute has a well equipped Seminar Hall fitted with mikes, LCD Projectors.

Conference Room

The Institute has a well equipped Conference Room fitted with mikes and LCD Projectors for carrying out interactive discussions and presentations by the students.


There are two cafeterias situated in postgraduate and undergraduate blocks in the campus for students and faculty and is run by a private contractor. Meals, refreshments and snacks are available

Corporate Resource Centre(CRC)

Corporate Resource Centre (CRC) has been set up with an objective of bringing industry and academia close to each other and to act as a resource for the industry. It also provides career counseling. The centre provides support to the students for summer training and industrial base projects that helps the students to develop and groom for their professional careers by way of getting appropriate industrial exposure. The various functions of Corporate Resource Centre are depicted as below:

Bank Facility

Banking facilities with ATM are available in the campus. Students can open an account with the bank and use banking facilities. 


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