Academic Calendar Nmims 2016

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SVKM’sNMIMS
School of Business Management
Full Time Programmes - Academic Calendar 2016-2017)
Last Instruction day: Marked with *
Details
Program
Start date
Finish Date
Trimester I\IV (6 June 2016 -3 September 2016)
Opening day/Preparation &
6 June 2016
MBA / HR I year
11 June 2016 (Sat)
Orientation
(Mon)
6 June 2016
PM I yr
11 June 2016 (Sat)
( Mon)
Commencement of regular
6 June 2016
*28 August 2016
MBA/HR II year classes (Mon)
(Sun)
MBA/HR/PM I & II
13 June 2016
*28 August 2016 yr/E&FB I year & II
(Mon)
(Sun) year/Int FB II yr
Summer Internship report
FTMBA- II year
27 June 2016 submission Summer Internship
FTMBA - II year
I – II week of July 2016 presentations Mid Term
11 July 2016
MBA/HR - II year
14 July 2016 (Thu)
(Mon)
MBA/HR/PM I & II yr/
18 July 2016
E&FB I & II year/Int
21 July 2016 (Thu)
(Mon)
FB II yr
Final Exams
**FTMBA I & II ( all 29 August 2016 3 September 2016 programs) ( Mon)
(Sat)
Trimester II\V (6 September 2016- 10 December 2016)
Commencement of regular
FTMBA I & II/ Int FB
6 September
*4 December 2016 classes II yr ( all programs )
2016 (Tue)
(Sun)
Arcadia ( Intra – Sports)
29 September
1 October 2016
2016 ( Thu)
( Sat)
Mid Term
10 October
FTMBA I & II/ Int FB
14 October 2016
2016
II yr ( all programs)
(Fri)
(Mon)
Samarthya ( Inter Sports)
21 October
23 October 2016
2016 (Fri)
(Sun)
27 October
2 November 2016
Diwali Vacations
All Prog
2016 (Thu)
(Wed)
10 November
13 November 2016
Paragana
2016 ( Thu)
( Sun)
Final Exams
**FTMBA-I & II (all
5 December
10 December 2016 prog) 2016 (Mon)
(Sat)
Trimester III \ VI (12 December 2016 – 1 April 2017 /25 March 2017 )
Commencement of regular
FTMBA I /Int FB II yr ( 12 December
26 March 2017 classes all progs)
2016 (Mon)
(Sun)
FTMBA II ( all progs)
Vacations
University Day
Mid Term
We Care
Euphoria

12 December
2016 (Mon)

19 March 2017
(Sun)

26 December
1 January 2017
2016 (Mon)
(Sun)
13 January 2017 (…...

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