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The constituent units of NSPP include National Institute of Management (NIM) in Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta , Karachi and Islamabad. The erstwhile National Institute of Management (NIPA) in Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta and Karachi, as per decision in the third meeting of the Board of Governors has been renamed as National Institute of Management (NIM) from 2006.
 
 
 
 
The NIMs at the five stations conduct the Mid Career Management Course (MCMC) for BS-18 officers. This is a “bridging course” to cover the existing large gap between the initial training at CSA and the senior management course at SMW. It will run twice a year, for a period of 13 weeks each, with average 50 participants at each station in each course(100 per year). The contents of the Mid Career Management Course (MCMC) are basically designed to enable the participants to broaden their horizon in an open academic environment with a process to apply concepts to real life practical problems of the field. Techniques like Group Process Studies, Management Exercises, Case Studies and Simulation Exercises relating to Crisis Management provide greater room for learning and in-depth performance appraisal. The main thrust however, remains on Public Sector Management; with a view to improve knowledge, skills, attitudes and abilities of the participants, using the “Experiential Learning” mode. Uniformity and standardization has been brought to these constituent units with reference to the organizational strength and curricula.