NEST Academy of Sport Management, is an institute dedicated to producing highly professional individuals in the field of Sports Management. With the focused aim of creating professionally, academically and ethically sound sports managers and executives, NASM contributes to this burgeoning space in India.
NASM is the first institute in India to collaborate with Universities, colleges and institutions who offer sports management courses. Identifying the need for experts in the industry, NASM instills its students with basic and advanced theories and techniques in the discipline of management, marketing, merchandising, tourism, law etc. related to the field of sports.Read More about NASM
"NEST Academy of Sport Management", is not a 'University' and 'not affiliated to a university' and hence, is not empowered to conduct any degree courses or admit the students for the same.
Our courses have been conceptualized in accordance with the following eight principles:
“Sports isn’t only defined by what happens on the field, but what happens off the field truly defines what Sports we see today. I am pleased that NASM has taken the step to focus on Sports career’s off the field. I am sure NASM would provide quality education in Sports Management and will have its students working in Sports all around the world.”
“With lack of credible formal education in sports in India, NEST Academy of Sport Management (NASM) institute is a great initiative for providing Sports Management education.”
“In today’s time of specialisations and global competitiveness, qualified professional Sports Managers are required to fill the gap. NEST Academy of Sport Management (NASM) is playing a crucial role in the development & growth of sports sector of India by providing a blend of academic rigour with industry training thus creating the Sports Managers of the future. I am happy to see NASM taking this sports management education initiative. NASM is definitely making many dreams come true by providing these professional programmes to the youth of the country.”