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About IMT Punnapra


With the mission of producing world class professionals in the fields of engineering, medicine and management, the Co-operative Academy of Professional Education (CAPE) has successfully established in Kerala nine engineering colleges, one business school,a finishing school, and a hospital within a short span of ten years. CAPE is a collective educational endeavour in the co-operative sector in the state under Government of Kerala, Department of Co-operation and having autonomous status. The Hon’ble Chief Minister of Kerala, is the Ex-officio Chairman of CAPE charitable society and the Hon’ble Minister for Co-operation is the Chairman of its Board of Governors.

The overwhelming public response to its educational mission has inspired CAPE to present to the community its business school – the Institute of Management and Technology (IMT) at Punnapra. The institute is a dream project of CAPE’s leadership and the vision is to establish a management institute of excellence with the objective of creating world class managers. The Institute of Management and Technology (IMT) offers a two year, full-time MBA programme. The institute is affiliated to Kerala University and has obtained AICTE approval for the MBA programme.

Dr. Prasanth M. K

Director in IMT Punnapra

Institute of Management & Technology(IMT), Punnapra welcomes you, Dr.Prasanth M. K is a holder of Phd in the area of Retail Management. He has acquired M.com in Finance and, MBA in Marketing and Finance. A total of 16 years of experience of which 11 years in teaching and 5 years with HLL Life care Ltd and Cipla Ltd Mumbai.


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