• Digital Marketing
  • Capital Market Operations
  • English for the Media
  • Functional Management
  • Health and Fitness Education
  • Hospitality Management
  • Internet & WWW
  • Cyber Security
  • Principles of Management

Digital Marketing


Capital Market Operations


English for the Media


Functional Management


Health and Fitness Education


Hospitality Management


Internet & WWW


Cyber Security


Principles of Management



  • Business Communication
  • Cloud Computing
  • Creative Arts & Bakery and Carving
  • E-Commerce
  • Event Management in Hospitality Industry
  • Soft Skill for Inter Personal Development

Business Communication


Cloud Computing


Creative Arts & Bakery and Carving




Event Management in Hospitality Industry


Soft Skill for Inter Personal Development


Young Innovators Program

Young Innovators Programme is a specially designed programme under the Kerala Development and Innovation Strategic Council (K-DISC). The programme aims to empower future innovators to innovate new products, services or models to meet emerging requirements, unarticulated needs, or existing market needs of the society more effectively through an innovative challenge.



(LC ID 4743)

SWAYAM (meaning ‘Self’ in Sanskrit) is an acronym that stands for “Study Webs of Active-Learning for Young Aspiring Minds". It is an Indian Massive open online course (MOOC) platform. The SWAYAM initiative was launched by the then Ministry of Human Resource Development (M.H.R.D.)

SWAYAM operates MOOCs learning resources in different ways and structure. Learning in SWAYAM has four parts/quadrants: e-Tutorial, e-Content, discussion forums, assessment.
Naipunya School of Management is a local chapter of SWAYAM -NPTEL with local chapter number LC 4743. Students and faculties are encouraged to enroll in the courses provided by SWAYAM

Scholar Support Programs

A scholarship cell has been formed by the college to inform and support students about various scholarships available to them and also assist them in getting it

Apart from government or organized scholarships, college also offers different endowments

  • Mar Varkey Vithayathil Memorial Award for the Best Out-Going Student of the College sponsored by Rev. Fr. Simon Pallupetta, Rev. Fr. Thomas (Jimmy) Poochakkatt and Rev Fr. Paul Kaithottugal of the Archdiocese of Ernakulam-Angamaly.
  • Maniyampilly Award for the Best Out-Going Student of BA Communicative English, sponsored by Mr. M.V. John, Former Principal, Naipunnya School of Management.
  • Anandhakrishnan Memorial Award for the Best Out-Going Student of Department of Hotel Management sponsored by Mr. Sasidharen and Mrs. Sreedevi, Ambattumadom.
     St. Euphrasia Award for Best Out-Going Student of Commerce Department Sponsored by Prof. Matilda John and Prof. Sushila George.
  • Kochuthressia Joseph Memorial award for the Best Out-Going Student of Department of Computer Science sponsored by Mr. Varghese Joseph, Anathazhath, Mumbai.


For each programme offered by the institution, a proper set of outcomes are formulated based on the respective curriculum at the institution level. The outcomes are generally classified into three Programme Outcomes, Course Outcomes and Programme Specific Outcomes.
1. Programme Outcomes are the skills and attitudes the students should possess by the end of a three year graduate programme or a two year post graduate programme.
2. Programme Specific Outcomes specify what the graduates and post graduates of a specific graduation or post graduation programme should be able to do.
3. Course Outcomes are the resultant knowledge skills the student acquires at the end of a course.
The institution makes these outcomes transparent to various stakeholders using different means. The Programme Outcomes, Programme Specific Outcomes and Course Outcomes of each programme are displayed in the website. During admission, the Programme Outcomes and Programme Specific Outcomes are clearly explained to the students and their respective parents. The Course Outcomes are delivered by the respective course facilitator at the commencement of each semester.
This approach of learning makes the student an active learner, the teacher a good facilitator and together they lay the foundation for lifelong learning.

The programme outcome are as follows:

1. Sense-making and adaptive thinking: Determine the deeper meaning or significance of what is being expressed, and come up with solutions and responses beyond what is rote or rule based.

2. Self-directed and life-long learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation, and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of socio-technological changes.

3. Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary and multicultural settings.

4. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities through critical knowledge about the limitations of the current development scenario.

5. Statement of Course Objectives in Course Plan (Common for all the courses of NSM): The course plan separately prepared for each course includes the Course Objectives. These objectives are linked to the learning outcomes of the entire course, as specified by the University. The students are introduced to the course objectives and learning outcomes through the course plan, which is easily accessible to them, and which is also discussed in detail in the class by the faculty handling the course.

6. Specification of Expected Learning Outcome: The learning outcome is generally categorized, depending on the nature of each course, as:
[i] Conceptual knowledge,
[ii] Numerical understanding, or
[iii] Practical relevance.
Based on the nature of the course, the expected learning outcome may be any of these or any combinations of these.

7. Internal Assessment Drawn from Expected Learning Outcomes: The nature and pattern of internal assessment is drawn from the expected learning outcome of each course. Such immediate linkage between assessment and objectives ensure the achievement of these. Such a linkage is deliberate and essential, and is made known in advance to the students.

8. Discussions in Course Allocation Meetings: where faculty meetings are conducted to decide on allocating courses to faculty, deliberations delve into establishing immediate and close nexus between Overall Curriculum Objective, individual course objectives and internal assessment procedures.

9. Content Development for Co-Curricular Activities: Co-curricular activities like presentations, Integrated Management Learning Programme [IMLP, where student groups undertake various activities like role plays, quizzes etc.] are primarily intended to enhance student skills and learning. As such, coordinating faculty members responsible for the conduct of such activities develop the contents with the expected learning outcome as the key factor. Students are introduced to these programmes within the context of the overarching importance of the objectives of these activities.

10. Customization of Training Programmes: Where training programmes like Personality Development are conducted by external resource personnel, the institute conveys the specific objectives behind the conduct of such programmes in advance so that such activities are fine-tuned to supplement the expected outcomes.


The Evaluation of each Course shall Consists of two parts

  • Continuous Evaluation(CE)
  • End Semester Evaluation(ESE)

The CE and ESE ratio shall be 1:4 for both Courses with or without practical. There shall be a maximum of 80 marks for ESE and maximum of 20 marks for CE. For all Courses (Theory and Practical), Grades are given on a 7-point scale based On the total percentage of mark (CE+ESE) as given below.

Criteria for Grading

Percentage of marks CCPA Letter Grade
90 and above 9 and above A+ Outstanding
80 to < 90 8 to<9 A Excellent
70 to <80 7to<8 B Very Good
60 to < 70 6to<7 C Good
50 to < 60 Sto<6 D Satisfactory
40 to < 50 4to<5 [ Adequate
Below 40 <4 F Failure

Attendance (Max.marks 5):

The allotment of marks for attendance shall be as follows:

Attendance less than 75 % 1 Marks
75 % & less than 80% 2 Marks
80%& less than 85% 3 Marks
85% & less than 90% 4 Marks
90% & above 5 Marks

Assignments or Seminars: (Max. marks 5)  

Each student shall be required to do one assignment or one seminar for each Course. Valued assignments shall be returned to the students. The seminars shall be organized by the teacher/teachers in charge of CE and the same shall be assessed by a group of teachers including the teacher/ teachers in charge of that Course. Assignments/Seminars shall be evaluated on the basis of their quality. The teacher shall define the expected quality of an assignment in terms of structure, content, presentation etc. and inform the same to the students. Due weight shall be given for punctuality in submission. Seminar shall be similarly evaluated in terms of structure, content, presentation, interaction etc

Tests: (Max. marks 10)     

For each Course there shall be one class test during a semester.    Valued answer scripts shall be made available to the students for perusal within 10 working days from the date of the test.


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BA English & Communicative English

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B.Com Finance

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B.Com Computer Applications

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B.Com Tax Procedure & Practices

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B.Com Tourism & Travel Management

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M.Com Finance

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MA English

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