Curriculum

The course structure, spread over six trimesters in two years is as follows:

FIRST TRIMESTER SECOND TRIMESTER THIRD TRIMESTER
Basic Economics Quantitative Techniques for Management Human Resource Management
Mathematics & Statistics for Management Marketing Production and Operations Management
IT for Management Business Law Cost Accounting
Indian Financial System Organizational Behaviour Management Information Systems
Basic Communication Financial Management Research Methodology
Principles of Management Business Communication & Technical Writing Strategic Marketing
Basic Accounting Principles Managerial Economics Fundamentals of Selling
FORTH TRIMESTER FIFTH TRIMESTER SIXTH TRIMESTER
International Business Management Strategic Management & Business Policy As an integral part of the curriculum, students
Entrepreneurship Development Ethics and Corporate Governance will be required to present a research project
Major Electives - I,II,III,IV Major Electives - V, VI, VII, VIII on a topic of their interest or specialization.
Minor Electives - I, II Minor Electives - III, IV This will offer students a unique opportunity to
interact with industry, research the market, and
scan information. On completion, students will
be required to make a presentation of their
project before a committee comprising faculty,
industry representatives and students.

SUMMER PROJECT

Summer Internship is an essential requirement for award of the PGDM. Students are required to undergo eight weeks summer training under the guidance of an Executive / Manager of the concerned organization. At the conclusion, the students will make a presentation followed by viva-voce before a panel of experts.

Finishing school

To provide finesse, graduating students are required to go through a Finishing School, conducted by experienced professionals, to prepare them for Final Placement. The course duration is 100 hours Every person possess the potential to improve the quality of life. So do you!! The PDP focuses on identifying powerful success tools and making them “habits of mind” and using them all the time, rather than occasionally. It helps you to understand how facing obstacles is always better than running from them. It reinforces the often repeated mantra taking risks is fundamental to personal growth.
The Programme covers the following modules:

Sr. No Modules
1 Self Management and Skills Development
2 Success and How to Succeed
3 Etiquettes
4 Personal Interviews
5 Industry and Business Awareness
6 International Issues and Economics