AMDISA organises the South Asian Management Forum and academic conference every two years where member institutions and faculty share their research findings, interact with business leaders, policy administrators and other academics from different parts of South Asia and outside. Each of these Forums has led to a scholarly publication which is distributed free to all member institutions. The first was held at Hyderabad in 1990, the second at Kathmandu in 1992, the third at Dhaka in 1994,the fourth at Colombo in 1995,the fifth at Thimpu in 1998; the sixth at Pune in 2000, seventh in Maldives in 2002, the eighth in Pakistan 2004, the ninth in Bangladesh 2007, the tenth in Bhutan in 2009, the eleventh in Nepal 2011, the twelfth in India 2013. The thirteenth forum took place in Sri Lanka in March 2015.
Every alternate year AMDISA also organizes a South Asian Management Colloquium where business leaders, management academics and policy makers join in to review management education and look at managerial issues relevant for South Asian cooperation and development. The Nepal Administrative staff college hosted the first colloquium in March 1995 at Kathmandu, the second Management Colloquium was held at Karachi in 1997.
The third Management Colloquium was held in Maldives at Institute of Management & Administration in July 1999.