About PMI Mumbai Chapter

The Mumbai Chapter of PMI® was initiated in late 1998, with the important role of advancing the PMI® objectives.

It provides excellent opportunities to the project community to  participate in seminars, open forums and other educational programs. In  addition, it plays an important role in developing an understanding of  local differences to the standard PMI® approaches and of their benefits  and drawbacks. All these Chapter activities go a long way in  establishing strong networks of project professionals. Networking is  very important to project managers.

PMI® represents members worldwide who are actively advancing the  Project Management profession. The networking of these professionals  serves to advance the profession through the free exchange of ideas and  expressions, thereby creating vast learning opportunities. These  constant learning processes help organizations to improve the  effectiveness of their project efforts. These networks also bring people  in project-operating and project-owner organizations together on  informal and non-commercial platforms that enhance understanding of  issues faced by both.

PMI® promotes Specific Interest Groups (SIGs) and the Mumbai Chapter  actively encourages and helps project people to participate in these  SIGs. SIGs enable members to share experiences with others who are  managing similar types of projects in specific businesses, such as  information technology, pharmaceuticals, construction, etc., to discuss  common project challenges. These members overcome geographic boundaries  using alternate forms of communication such as the internet.

PMI®- The Mumbai Chapter publishes and distributes quarterly  journals/newsletters, sponsors monthly meetings, conducts workshops. Its  library is an excellent resource for both PMP® aspirants and Project  Management professionals and offers computer based training software for  self learning.

About Project Management Institute

PMI® is the one of the world’s largest not-for-profit membership  associations for the project management profession. Our professional  resources and research empower more than 700,000 members, credential  holders and volunteers in nearly every country in the world to enhance  their careers, improve their organizations’ success and further mature  the profession. 

PMI’s worldwide advocacy for project management is reinforced by our  globally recognized standards and certification program, extensive  academic and market research programs, chapters and communities of  practice, and professional development opportunities.