The PGDM is a two-year full-time programme spread over six terms of classroom interactions
The First Year
During the first year, Term-I & Term-II of the programme the students learn basic concepts and theories in the core areas of management such as Management Principles, Organisational Behaviour, Managerial Economics, Quantitative Techniques and Statistics, Accounting, Finance and Marketing management, HRM, Systems, Information Technology, Operations management, Research Methodology, Strategic Business management, Business Communication etc. In total there are 18 core courses spread over three terms of three months each.
After the Term-III students are required to undertake a project assignment in an organization for a period of one and half months. The objective of On the Job Training (OJT) is to sharpen their knowledge and hone their skills and develop better appreciation of the practical problems of business organizations especially from the view point of efficient management. The On the Job Training (OJT) assignments help students plan their career in the light of practical experiences gained during the training period. The OJT assignment is time bound and will be continuously assessed during the training period. Finally the project report and the power point presentation will be evaluated by a team of faculty members.
The Second Year
The second year curriculum which includes Term-IV, V & VI consists of three core courses, eight major (which includes a dissertation) and five minor elective courses in different areas of interest. Students are required to opt for electives a minimum of 60 credit points apart from the three compulsory courses offered during the second year. The students, however, can increase their credit points by opting more electives during the terms IV, V & VI. It is mandatory for a student to select any two areas of interest from the following functional areas.
Human Resource Management (HRM)
Marketing Management (MM)
Financial Management (FM)
Information and System Management (ISM)
Operations Management (OM)
Production and Operations Management (POM)*
Banking and Insurance Management (BIM)*
Depending on student strength and approval of the faculty council