SCMS Cochin brings out the best in its students to prepare them for a successful professional career. This can be judged from the kind of rewards and recognition it has managed to gain over the last several years. 2011 also saw the institute scoring well on various parameters and being rewarded for the same. The institute bagged two prestigious National Awards for excellence in management education. Known for introducing new and pioneering methods for imparting education, SCMS came up with an innovative academic and industry interface programs for teaching for which it was given the Innovative B. School Award. This award was a result of its continual efforts towards recognizing the need to prepare such programs and working upon developing them. No other B. School in the league could come with such a fresh and innovative idea. This award was instituted by a well known newspaper group, DNA in collaboration with The Stars of the Industry Group, Mumbai and presented to Prof. Pramod Thevanoor, Director, SCMS Group on the 12th of February.
The other award presented to the institute was the Star News National B- School Award. This award was instituted by Hong Kong-based Rupert Murdoch’s Star News. It was awarded for SCMS Cochin’s leadership in employing an industry-related curriculum for management studies. Both these awards were presented to Prof. Pramod Thevanoor, Director, SCMS Group in February last year. “It is an honor to receive this prestigious award. I hope our college continues to work hard and earn more such awards in the years to come”, said Prof.Pramod Thevanoor,
SCMS Cochin was also given Asia’s Best B. School Award. This award gave it international recognition. It was presented for Leadership Training and Innovation by the Quality Assessment Association of Business Schools in Asia. The award was presented to Prof. Pramod Thevannoor, Director of SCMS Group in July last year. “This one is well deserved; our institute is certainly the best in terms of infrastructure, faculty members, curriculum and various other aspects”, said an SCMS Cochin student.