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Thank you for your interest in Sports & Management Research Institute (SMRI).


Globally, Sports industry is a big employer. But, sports was never considered as an employment opportunity or business opportunity in India. Now the Game is changing. Great initiatives such as IPL, ISL and Prokabbadi bring changes in the Indian Sports industry. This scenario creates abundant of job opportunities for sports management and sports engineering professionals.

We offer world class Sports Management and Sports Engineering courses in India at a most affordable fee. As a world-class research and training centre, we place special emphasis on the maintenance of a high quality and dynamic curriculum. KASE accreditation makes SMRI an excellent and unique place, which fosters learning and innovation, and employability.

We hope that our website will give you all the information you need to make the right decision regarding your bright future. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you have specific questions relating to your particular needs.

We welcome you to be the part of SMRI to Play, Learn, Work & Invent. Get ready to change your game.

Sincerely in Sports,

Sijin Bt,

Chief Sports Architect & First Student


(Sijin Bt is a corporate trainer, management consultant and social worker. He started his career as a salesman and moved to training profession in progression. He worked with companies like Msys and Aditya Birla Group. After 12 years of career with corporate houses, now he is heading Synergians, a leading NGO with a mission to make India Number One and the chief mentor at Brain &Brawn Training Services at Cochin.

As a trainer, he believes in ‘Practice what we Preach’. He conducted world’s first professional goti tournament in Ernakulam in 2013 and Golympics, Olympics of traditional games in 2014. Now, associated with famous cricketer Anil Kumble and his company TENVIC to teach heritage games to the students of Karnataka. He is the pioneer of Passenger Rights and works for the enactment of Passenger Rights in Indian Parliament and Universalization of management education.)