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PGDM Part Time Programme

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) - Part Time - 3 Years

Program Structure

The programme duration consists of three academic years and each year is divided into two semesters. The 2018-21  (XXIXth  Batch) sessions will commence from July. The classes will be held three days in a week ; Friday , Saturday and Sunday from 6.30 PM to 9 PM, 4 PM to 9 PM and 9 AM to 2 PM respectively.

The minimum qualification of candidates seeking admission to the programme is Graduation or its equivalent degree in any discipline recognised by Association of Indian Universities (AIU), AICTE or UGC and a minimum of two years of work experience. Short-listed candidates would be called for Group Discussion and Personal Interview.

Attendance Requirement
The candidate shall become eligible to take the end semester examination only if he/she has, besides fulfilling other requirements, attended 75% of the total number of lectures, tutorials and seminars conducted during that semester in the subject concerned unless otherwise allowed by the competent authority.

Placement Assistance
The Institute has an active Placement Cell which assists the students in placements during the final year of the programme. It continuously counsels and guides the students in their endeavour to plan their careers and achieve their long term goals.

Maximum marks allotted to each course will be 100, of which, minimum 40 marks will be reserved for internal assessment which shall be based on class-room participation, periodic tests, project work, presentations, cases and home assignments. The faculty concerned, at the beginning of the Semester, shall determine/decide the weightage to each of these. The remaining 60 marks in each course shall before mid-term and end term examinations. The project works, in the sixth semester will commence at the beginning of the fifth semester. The candidate has to secure a minimum of 45 per cent marks for passing in each paper.

Promotion to Next Year
The students will have to clear three-fourth (minimum 7 papers) of the total number of papers in each year for promotion to the next year. The papers, in which students disqualify in the first or second year, shall have to be cleared in the second or third year respectively by taking the examinations in those papers along with the other students of the year or through supplementary examinations conducted by the Institute.
Students securing 60% marks or more will be awarded First Division. No student will be allowed to appear more than three times in any subject’s supplementary exam. Moreover, the students obtaining more than three supplementary will not be allowed to continue in the programme, unless there is sufficient reason acceptable to the Programme Coordinator/Director of the Institute.

The total fee for the programme is Rs. 2,25,000 to be paid in three year period. This is to be paid in three annual instalments of Rs. 75,000 at the beginning of each academic year. In addition, plus security deposit of Rs. 10,000 (refundable) at the time of admission offer to the students.

Course Curriculum
This programme is designed to contribute towards developing management effectiveness of the working executives and to help them enhance their careers in management in both the corporate and public sector. The first two semesters of the programme are devoted to foundation courses, wherein students are exposed to core subjects. In the latter four semesters, in addition to a few core subjects, the students pursue their chosen areas of interest by choosing from a list of elective subjects offered across different functional areas like Finance, Human Resource, Marketing, and Information Technology & Operations. Each functional area offers a range of electives but the final decision to go ahead with an elective is subject to a minimum number of students opting for it. For details of Electives, please see the list given under PGDM (Full Time) Programme. In addition, project work is a mandatory requirement of the course which commences in the fifth semester and concludes in the sixth semester.

I year II Year III Year
Semester I
  1. Management Principles and Organisational Behaviour
  2. Marketing Management
  3. Financial & Management
  4. Accounting
  5. Managerial Economics
  6. Business Communication
Semester III
  1. Strategic Management – I
  2. International Business
  3. Elective – I
  4. Elective – II
  5. Elective – III
Semester V
  1. Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  2. Business Law
  3. Elective – VI
  4. Elective – VII
  5. Elective – VIII
Semester II
  1. Human Resource Management
  2. Basics of IT & MIS
  3. Financial Management
  4. Quantitative Techniques for Decision Making
  5. Economic Environment of Business
Semester IV
  1. Strategic Management – II
  2. Research Methods in Business
  3. Operations Management
  4. Elective – IV
  5. Elective – V
Semester VI
  1. Entrepreneurship
  2. Business Negotiations
  3. Business Ethics & CSR
  4. Project Work

 Note: Institute reserves the right to make changes in the offerings of subjects. 

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