The B-School is offering a Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM), credits based, full time management programme approved by AICTE. This autonomous programme have Industry endorsed curriculum with options to pursue various specializations.

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES

The objective of the programme is to create and disseminate value-based management education for grooming future leaders for India and the world. The emphasis will be to attain and retain educational relevance by offering contemporary curriculum. The teaching methodology is a judicious blend of lectures, seminars, case discussions, group presentations, management games, syndicate discussions, and special lectures by professionals from industry.  The teaching and instructional methods used at the Institute encourage self-learning and learning through active student industry interaction in the form of practical assignments and live projects. The students learn in an environment which is experiential, enjoyable, and highly conducive to adult learning.

BROAD FRAMEWORK

Two years full-time PGDM consists of four semesters having 108 credits. The first two semesters are common for all the students. Third semester onward students opt for specializations. Each 100 marks paper consists of 4 credits, 40 hours, and 50 marks workshop paper 2 credits, 20 hours. Fifty (50) % marks in each paper are allocated for the end-semester examination of a 3-hour duration, rest 50% is continuous evaluation throughout the semester. Each paper has been broken into units and has paper code to facilitate the allocation of teaching and question paper setting. Students will be evaluated internally by the concerned faculty. At the end of the examination of the 2nd semester, students will undergo compulsory summer training for a period of 6-8 weeks.

Every student will submit the summer training report within two weeks from the start of the teaching of the 3rd semester. Summer training performance will be evaluated along with 3rd-semester end-term examinations. Similarly, the 4 credits course Research Project carrying 100 marks commences from the middle of Semester III and is required to be completed in 5 months’ time frame.Students can choose the stream of specializations according to their interest and placement prospects. The specializations available can be chosen from 4 group(s) – A: Entrepreneurship and General Management, B: Finance, C: Marketing and Operations Management, and Group D: Human Resource Management. Further, students will choose two streams called ‘Major’ and ‘Minor’ from 3rd semester onward. From major stream three papers and from minor stream two papers are required to be chosen. They will continue with the chosen stream during the 4th semester also.

SUMMER TRAINING

Each student is required to undertake summer training (non-credit compulsory course) in a company of repute for the duration of 6-8 weeks as part of course curriculum after the second semester examination (PGDM 302). They also need to undertake a project assignment with the company. This project training provides an opportunity to the students to have a first-hand practical exposure, and allows them to relate the conceptual and analytical skills acquired in classroom to actual managerial practices. The Institute, faculty, as well as the expert from the organization where these projects are carried out, evaluate various projects undertaken by the students.

RESEARCH PROJECT

Research Project course carrying 100 marks (equivalent to 4 credits) commences from middle of Semester III and is required to be completed in 5 months’ time. It allows the exploration of a topic in the student’s “area” of interest. The course is guided by a faculty guide/mentor and provides an opportunity to individual student to pursue research in the specific area(s) of interest in depth. The study is comprehensive and is an integration of several fields of study to search solution(s) to a single problem. The five months period gives a valuable experience in the research process like problem identification, problem definition, systematic literature review, collection of relevant data, data analysis and drawing conclusions. Further it gives an opportunity to students to take initiative, use cognitive and analytical skills to complete an individual project well beyond the regular curriculum. The process ends in the form of a dissertation submission, power point presentation before external panel and a viva-voce

COURSE STRUCTURE (108 Credits = 54 Credits (1st year) + 54 Credits (2nd year)

Each non-workshop course is  of 4 credits (40 Hrs,  2.5 hrs per week).   Each workshop course is of 2 Credits (20 Hrs, 2 hrs per week) – flexible schedule as per workshop requirements).

YEAR 1

Semester I Marks
PGDM 101 BUSINESS ECONOMICS 100
PGDM 102 BUSINESS STATISTICS 100
PGDM 103 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING 100
PGDM 104 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 100
PGDM 105 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 100
PGDM 106 WORKSHOP ON MANAGERIAL COMPUTING 50
PGDM 107 WORKSHOP ON BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS 50
PGDM 108 WORKSHOP ON DESIGN THINKING & INNOVATION 50
PGDM 109 WORKSHOP ON HR, MARKETING & FINANCIAL  ANALYTICS 50
28 Credits (5 X4 + 4 X 2) 700
Semester II Marks
PGDM 201 BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT 100
PGDM 202 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: A STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVE 100
PGDM 203 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 100
PGDM 204 CORPORATE FINANCE 100
PGDM 205 LEGAL ASPECT OF BUSINESS 100
PGDM 206 WORKSHOP ON MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATION & EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 50
PGDM 207 WORKSHOP ON MACHINE LEARNING, INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) AND BLOCKCHAIN 50
PGDM 208 WORKSHOP ON MULTIVARIATE STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES 50
26 Credits (5 X4 + 3 X 2) 650

YEAR 2

Semester  III Marks
PGDM 301 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT 100
PGDM 302 SUMMER TRAINING REPORT AND VIVA-VOCE Non – Credit
PGDM 302 BUSINESS ETHICS, CORPORATE GOVERNANCE & CSR 100
Elective-1 Major Stream 100
Elective-2 Major Stream 100
Elective-3 Major Stream 100
Elective-4 Major Stream 100
Elective-5 Major Stream 100
28 Credits (7 X4) 700
Semester IV Marks
PGDM 401 WORKSHOP ON CONSULTANCY & ADVISORY SERVICES 50
PGDM 402 RESEARCH PROJECT 100
Elective-6 Major Stream 100
Elective-7 Major Stream 100
Elective-8 Major Stream 100
Elective-9 Major Stream 100
Elective-10 Major Stream 100
26 Credits (6 X4 + 1 X 2) 650
PGDM 404 RESEARCH PROJECT (to start from  IIIrd semester)

 ELECTIVES – The list of electives are tentative and not binding on the B-School. Actual offerings will depend on the size of the group which shows interest in a course. The B-School also considers new electives in line with recent developments and availability of expertise to offer the same. It may also not offer some of the courses for relevant reasons.

Semester-III
GROUP A: ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT
PGDM 311 ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT AND NEW ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT
PGDM 312 ENTREPRENEURIAL FINANCE
PGDM 313 SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
PGDM 314 TAX PLANNING FOR ENTREPRENEURS
PGDM 315 INVESTING IN PRIVATE EQUITY
PGDM 316 MARKETING FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP
PGDM 317 LEGAL AND GOVERNMENT POLICY CONSIDERATIONS IN NEW ENTERPRISE
PGDM 318 INNOVATION MANAGEMENT
Semester-IV
GROUP A: ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT
PGDM 411 MANAGING STRATEGIC IMPLEMENTATION AND BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION
PGDM 412 MANAGING TEAMS
PGDM 413 MANAGING GLOBAL ENTERPRISE
PGDM 414 ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE AND DESIGN
GROUP B: FINANCE
PGDM 321 FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS
PGDM 322 FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES
PGDM 323 MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
PGDM 324 INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT
PGDM 325 MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS
PGDM 326 PROJECT PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND
MANAGEMENT
PGDM 327 CORPORATE TAX PLANNING
PGDM 328 FINANCIAL ECONOMETRICS
GROUP B: FINANCE
PGDM 421 STRATEGIC COST MANAGEMENT
PGDM 422 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
PGDM 423 BEHAVIORAL FINANCE
PGDM 424 CORPORATE ANALYSIS AND VALUATION
GROUP C: MARKETING AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
PGDM 331 ADVERTISING AND CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR
PGDM 332 GLOBAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT
PGDM 333 MARKETING RESEARCH AND PRODUCT
MANAGEMENT
PGDM 334 INTERNET MARKETING AND RETAIL
MANAGEMENT
PGDM 335 GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
PGDM 336 INDUSTRIAL AND RURAL MARKETING
PGDM 337 SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYTICS
PGDM 338 DIGITAL MARKETING AND RETAIL MANAGEMENT
GROUP C: MARKETING AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
PGDM 431 MARKETING OF SERVICES
PGDM 432 FOREIGN TRADE DOCUMENTATION AND TRADE FINANCE
PGDM 433 CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT AND SALES MANAGEMENT
PGDM 434 APPLICATION OF ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE IN MARKETING
PGDM 435 TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
GROUP D: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
PGDM 341 LABOUR LEGISLATION
PGDM 342 INTERNATIONAL AND CROSS CULTURAL HR
PGDM 343 PERFORMANCE AND COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT
PGDM 344 ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT AND DEVELOPING A LEARNING ORGANIZATION
PGDM 345 BUSINESS NEGOTIATIONS AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
PGDM 346 CORPORATE LEADERSHIP
PGDM 347 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
GROUP D: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
PGDM 441 LATEST TRENDS IN HR
PGDM 442 EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND MANAGERIAL EFFECTIVENESS
PGDM 443 INTERPERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS AND TEAM BUILDING
PGDM 444 TALENT & COMPETENCY MANAGEMENT