At GNIMS, there is a strong emphasis on mentoring wherein faculty provide one to one guidance and counselling for each student.  Students and professors connect mutually through mentoring, which provides guidance and direction for students. GNIMS has instituted Project-Based Learning (PBL) as a key element of its pedagogy in industry partnership.

GNIMS offers interested students International Intensive Internships, III, for 8 weeks abroad through its global collaborations. It has a tie-up with overseas universities to provide accommodation, projects and certifications for its III interns. The recent interns returning from Denmark (Aarhus University) and United Kingdom (Teesside University) received overwhelming appreciation and demand from local recruiters. GNIMS also organises a variety of initiatives to assist students from vernacular backgrounds to improve their English.

The Institute’s brick and mortar structures with its many facilities may seem to be impressive but in reality they pale into insignificance when compared to the other priceless assets of the institute – our people – our students, the administrative staff, the faculty, the researchers and of course, our strong alumni. An institute is made up of people who form its core, its throbbing heart whilst the students educational experience forms its vibrant soul and the faculty the brain. An institute derives its purpose and function from the people who occupy its physical space. GNIMS is a community of stakeholders of which our students and ex-students-the alumni, are the core.