LN Mishra Institute of Economic Development and Social Change is a Management Institution owned by Govt. of Bihar. Bihar Institute of Economic Development was established by Dr. Jagannath Mishra in 1973 to carry out research aimed at facilitating socioeconomic development. In 1975, to preserve the memory of late Sri LalitNarayan Mishra, the them Union Railway Minister, the Institute was renamed as “Lalit Narayan Mishra Institute of Economic Development & Social Change ” and very soon it diversified into education with courses in office Management, Marketing & Sales Management and Personal Management & Industrial Relations. As the demand for the various Management Programmes changed with time, some of these courses were dropped, others modified and new ones added. Later on, the Institute was taken over by the Government of Bihar.
The Institute has seven Computer Centres providing wide range of i3 and i5 processor based Computer Systems, Laptops, all ranges of Printers including Colour Laser and Mobile Printers, Scanners, 50” Plasma Screens, etc.
Facility of e-scholarship is available for the students belonging to Schedule Cast, Schedule Tribe and Backward Classes. Scholarships are available for SC/ST candidates through Bihar State Minorities Financial Corporation Limited and for BC/EBC candidates through Department for Development of Backward and Extremely and Backward Classes, Govt. of Bihar.
The Institute has a well organized Placement Cell with its objective to provide assistance and guidance to its participants in
getting training and employment in the corporate world. It serves as a channel of communication between participants and
organisations seeking skilled human resource. Placement is a facility, not a right