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Indian Society of
Business Management

The Society for Promoting the quality and Standards in Management Science 


Indian  Society of Business Management was formed by  Business Practitioners and several experienced educationalists and  Top Management executives to fulfil a need to set standards and principles in business practice that could best be achieved by examination and processes. They determined that both innovative &
well-experienced,  mature students should be able to follow a career in further education or be proficient in employment.


The Society endeavours to make its services available throughout the world and, to do this, is continuously working with colleges and educational institutions to ensure standards of tuition are met and maintained. In this way, the Society has become one of the leading examining bodies in competency-based management skills and knowledge development.

Business and industry need both qualified and entrepreneurial personnel who are ready to meet the market challenges that are constantly being faced daily.

ISBM also meets these challenges by being continually aware of situations in various countries throughout the world and uses the expertise of several highly skilled personnel to ensure ongoing services and qualifications are both applicable and of value.

As part of ISBM's  progressive commitment to education, several programs have been developed to meet a wide variety of needs specific to businesses in various countries and these are made available through regional private & government  Colleges.

Memberships are available at various levels of expertise and details of these can be found on this website.

The Indian Society of Business  Management  was established in  art of the city in Madras , Tamilnadu, India  for the benefit of, a group of highly successful business Management  practitioners. Their objective was to share a common wealth of knowledge, skill and experience, with the aim of furthering and protecting the success of each member of the Society.

This aim achieved, the Society grew from strength to strength, leading to the introduction of new members, gaining entry by qualifying examination and a worldwide expansion to allow membership from other nations. Today, the Society has become the accepted senior professional body for business practitioners and business students, with a wide international distribution of members, embracing the complete range of business activities and integral disciplines.

As an Examination Board, the ISBM derives its strengths and agenda from its membership and students. It is a non-profit-making organisation whose aim is to enhance and promote vocational business education. It is governed by an Executive Council made up of honorary members who meet on a monthly basis to review policy. An executive staff is responsible for the day-to-day management of operations and administrative support, who ultimately report to the Academic Board, made up of adjunct faculty members. The board advises the Executive Council on academic and quality assurance.

Dr K. Rajendran  is the current  Chairman /President of the Society.

The Society's  professional membership  awards are valuable, internationally recognized business qualifications which attract credits and exemptions from other institutes and educational establishments. Employers in commerce and industry look to the Society to provide professional business executives capable of enhancing business performance. The Society adopts a strong  national  role in all its activities, with offices or representatives in many nations actively serving the needs of local members, organizing locally the ISBM  diploma and other membership examinations and developing essential working relationships with government departments, educational establishments, professional institutes and employers.

A number of the Society's Fellow members hold key positions in these areas, thus enabling the Society to make its voice heard in business and education forums, further encouraging the development of optimum business practice, in a spirit of international co-operation.

Also, under the Society's continuous improvement policy, increased growth has beneficially changed the Society's infrastructure. Our highly successful and long standing involvement in educational development in India, has led to the establishment of an Asia Pacific Division headquarters based in Malaysia with Innovative Scientific Research Professional Malaysia Sdn.Bhd. This important step has already produced a more global approach to education and examinations closely monitored by an international committee of Examiners.

About Business and Management Practice

Management practices usually refer to the working methods and innovations that managers use to improve the effectiveness of work systems. Common management practices include: empowering staff, training staff, introducing schemes for improving quality, and introducing various forms of new technology.


The role of a business is to produce and distribute goods and services to satisfy a public need or demand.

Four Functions of Management? The four functions of management are planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Successful managers must do all four while managing their work and team. These are foundational of any professional managerial position.


At the most fundamental level, management is a discipline that consists of a set of five general functions: planning, organizing, staffing, leading and controlling. These five functions are part of a body of practices and theories on how to be a successful manager.

Aims and Mission

To encourage, promote and develop through its Members, a standard of excellence in business practice, which can contribute to the well-being of nations and their peoples.

This is achieved by:

1.    Strict criteria governing membership entry based on a high level of

      qualification and suitability of applicants

2.    Arranging the provision of quality tuition to prepare candidates for the

       Society's professional and academic examinations

3.    Issue of the Society's Professional & Academic Awards to successful


4.    Dissemination of business information to members and other selected parties

5.    Supporting the Society's international offices and local representatives to

       develop optimum services to members and students

6.    Providing advice, guidance and help to members and students in relation to

       business practice, education and personal development

7.    Working in liaison with governments, members, educational establishments,

       other professional bodies, employers in industry and commerce and other

       influential organizations, worldwide, in pursuance of excellence in business

       practice and business education

8.    Working for the improvement of nations and their peoples and for

       international understanding

Importance of Management


The five points of importance of management are achieving organization goals, achieving individual goals, creating a dynamic environment, developing society, and improving efficiency. Management refers to the process of performing tasks efficiently and effectively while achieving personal and organizational goals.


It makes human effects more productive and brings better technology, products and services to our society. It is a crucial economic resource and a life giving element in business. Without proper management, the resources of production ( men, machines and materials, money ) can not be converted into production.


Both management and leadership are naturally crucial for the smooth working of an organization. But, leadership is ahead of the management — a well-balanced organizational leadership in the core. Disciple process, vision and passion are essential to building a successful business.


Management and leadership skills are often used interchangeably as they both involve planning, decision-making, problem-solving, communication, delegation, and time management. Good managers are almost always good leaders as well.


It sounds simple, but when roles are clear, people know what's expected of them, how to behave and what they need to accomplish. Plus, if they can see the importance of their contribution to the group's overall success then they're granted an extra motivational edge.


Mode of Examination : Distance Education/Online Study


Part I –  AMISBM







1.   Airlines Management

2.   Hotel Management

3.   Human Resource Management

4.   Marketing Management

5.   Computer Methods in Business

6.   Business Administration

7.   Business Account

8.   Aviation Management

9.   Finance Management

10.  Business Law

11.   Construction Management

12.   International Business Management

13.   Entrepreneurship  Management

14.   Project Management

15.   Engineering Management

16.   Operations Management

17.   Retail Management

18.   Media Management

19.   Sales & Marketing

20.   Social Entrepreneurship  Management

21.    Supply Chain Management

22.   Rural Management

23.   Health Care Management

24.   Dairy Management

25.   Event Management

26.   Digital  E Marketing Management



1.   Student Member (Stud MISBM)

2.   Affiliate Member (Aff.MISBM)

3.   Associate  (AISBM)

4.   Associate Member (AMISBM)

5.   Member (MISBM)

6.   Senior Member (SMISBM)

7.   Fellow (FISBM)

8.   Senior Fellow (SFISBM)

9.   Hon. Fellow (Hon.FISBM)

10.  Corporate Member

11.   Patron Member

12.  Institutional Member


Membership Fee

Individual : Life Member Fee Rs.18, 000/-


Institutional Member Fee : Rs.10,000/- for One year

Contact Us: Email:

What’s App:  +91 90035 71691

Send your CV with Soft Copy of Photo for Registration for

  • Educational Membership Certificate

  • Nomination for Awards &

  • Scientific Research Journal Editorial Board Member(Malaysia Regd.)​

Dr.(Prof.)K.Rajendran, Ph.D.,PDF(Aerospace).,


The Chief Editor – Director & Secretary

Plot No: 23- B, Meera Road, Devaraj Nagar, Selaiyur, Chennai 600126,

Tamilnadu, India

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