Maharishi Institute of
Maharishi Institute of Management is established in India under the auspices of Maharishi Shiksha Sansthan, a Registered Society under the Societies Registration
Act XXI of 1860. Maharishi Shiksha Sansthan administers 150 Maharishi Vidya Mandir Schools with about 90,000 students. These are Public Schools designed according to
the pattern of the Central Board of Secondary Education curriculum.
Maharishi Institute of Management (M.I.M.) was founded in 1995 in India to provide the future managers of India
with the latest principles, practices, and technologies of modern management from around the world. The goal of Maharishi Institute of Management is to create
problem-free management in India through management based on Natural Law, so that India can successfully meet the challenges of the globalized economy, maintain
cultural integrity, and rise to leadership in the family of nations. The management training at M.I.M. accomplishes these goals by providing not only
'career-oriented' education, but also 'life-oriented' education through Maharishi's Consciousness Based Education System.
Maharishi Center for
Educational Excellence (MCEE), Bhopal was established in 1999 and Maharishi Institute of Management [MIM] commenced functioning in 2001, with the divine blessings
of His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ji, with the prime objective to provide Quality and Value Based Education to the students in Management, Computer Science and
Education. MIM Bhopal equips the future managers of India with the latest principles, practices, and technologies of modern management from around the world.
Maharishi Shiksha Sansthan (MSS), a registered education society has established four Maharishi Institute of Management (MIMs) and 150
Maharishi Vidya Mandir (MVM) Schools in 16 States across the country. Maharishi Institute of Management (MIM) takes pride in developing students in such a way that,
their achievements are recognized in the highly competitive corporate world.