AIM Education & Research Society is registered under AP Societies Registration Act, 2001 with the Registration No 810 of 2008. The AIM Education & Research Society was founded by the Visionary, Philanthropist and Educationalist with the main objective to promote and popularize quality education to uplift the standards of student in Andhra Pradesh among the general masses by providing skill development and Training.
AIM Education & Research Society is registered NGO under Planning Commission – Government of India with registration no AP/2009/0010377. ISO 9001 : 2008 Certified. This Institution is affiliated to Government of Telangana, State Institute of Vocational Education. This is a not for profit Institution.
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