MICA's academic centres are dedicated to different disciplines in the communications domain. They undertake extensive research, conduct workshops and awareness seminars and produce knowledge generating study material all through the year to strengthen that particular field of communications. Below are the five academic centres at MICA:
The MDP Centre at MICA conducts Management Development Programme (MDPs) in the area of management with special focus on marketing, media, research and communication to provide relevant programmes to the managers of different sectors of the economy operating at middle to senior levels in the organisational hierarchy. MICA MDPs enable its participants to return to their workplace with new ideas, new tools and new techniques to add more value to their organisations. The MDP Centre at MICA also develops and delivers customised programmes and in-company programmes tailored to specific requirements of the industry.
MICORE is a dedicated scientific research centre with greater magnitude in a wide spectrum of communications, marketing and other related areas. It is committed to providing communications-centered solutions to the developmental and organisational challenges facing the country, its driving impetus being to build a strong and just consumer and civil society.
KEIC is MICA's hi-tech library and an exclusive centre of excellence for advertising, media, marketing, and related information. It extends total information support to marketers, ad agencies, media houses, management institutes and researchers.
MICA-EDC is an initiative of MICA, set up with the support of Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, with the purpose of fostering entrepreneurship in communications-driven initiatives as well as promoting corporate entrepreneurship in the communications industry.
Dedicated to serve the field of social and developmental communications, CSDC undertakes research projects and training programmes and conducts high quality research that involves participation from marginalised communities and deprived social groups.