Two Year - Full Time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM-Full Time)
Three Year - Part Time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM-Part Time)

Two Year - Full Time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM-Full Time)
( Approved by AICTE & Recognised by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) as equivalent to MBA 
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About the Programme

The programme is full-time, non-residential and comprises of six trimesters over a period of two years. The first three trimesters during the first year cover primarily core courses, and the second year mainly focuses on the elective specialisation courses along with a few value added courses. The successful students are awarded “Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)”. This course stands recognised by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) as equivalent to Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree of an Indian University for the purpose of Higher Education/Research. This also makes students eligible for jobs in government organizations and PSUs. The students are offered four specialisations to choose from Marketing, Finance, Human Resource and Information Technology & Operations Management. Out of the four, the students are required to take any two specialisations.


Eligibility for Admission

The minimum qualification of candidates seeking admission to the programme is Graduation or its equivalent Degree in any discipline recognized by Association of Indian Universities(AIU)/UGC or AICTE. The candidates should have obtained at least 50 percent (45 percent in case of reserved category) in the qualifying examination. 

In addition, the candidate must have appeared for any of the major national level management aptitude tests such as CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAT or ATMA.

Final year graduation students are also eligible to apply. If selected, they would need to submit the proof of graduation testimonials within 90 days of the commencement of    the programme.   

Defaulter’s admission would be cancelled and there would be no refund of the submitted fee.        


Admission Process

  • The Information Bulletin and the Registration Form can be obtained from the BULMIM’s office on payment of Rs. 1100/- in cash or by a Demand Draft/ Pay Order (No cheque accepted) drawn in favour of BULMIM payable at New Delhi. For NRI sponsored/ International candidates, the amount to be paid is US$ 25. The application fee is non-refundable
  • The application form can also be downloaded from our website The duly filled Registration form along with application fee and requisite documents may be submitted in person or sent by Post to the Admission Office of the Institute.

Selection Process


  • Candidates will be short listed on the basis of Management Entrance Examinations (CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAT or ATMA) score and marks in 10th, 12th and graduation.
  • The short listed candidates will be called for Group Discussion and Personal Interview.
  • Final selection of candidates is done based on their cumulative performance in the selection process. 
  • Application complete in all respects should be submitted to Admission Office, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s

    Usha & Lakshmi Mittal Institute of Management, Copernicus Lane, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, New Delhi 




Keeping in view the Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan’s commitment to provide quality education at no-profit-no-loss basis, the fee of Bhavan’s Usha & Lakshmi Mittal Institute of Management (BULMIM) is most economical among its peer B-Schools.

Total Fee for 2 year PGDM (Full Time) (2014-2016): Rs. 4,80,000/- plus Rs. 15,000/- Security Deposit (one-time payment, refundable). Fees include tuition fee, cost of books and reading material. A Laptop/Note book is provided to each student. The other expenses, if any, are on actual. The payment of Fees would be as follows:

·        Rs. 1,20,000/- plus Rs. 15,000/- at the time of admission offer to the students.

·        Rs. 1,20,000/- in first week of December 2014.

·        Rs. 1,20,000- in first week of July 2015.

·        Rs. 1,20,000/- in first week of December 2015.


The amount of Fees can be remitted in Cash OR by Demand Draft/Pay Order only drawn in favour of BULMIM payable at New Delhi.
The amount can also be made through ONLINE transfer as per the details given below:

BANK : UCO BANK, K.G. Marg, N. Delhi
S.A. NO. : 20360110001509
IFSD CODE : UCBA 0002036


Course Curriculum

The Programme curriculum is as per the AICTE norms / requirements. The structure of the PGDM curriculum would consist of Core as well as Elective subjects. The Institute offers four specializations for students to choose from.

These would be in HR, Finance, Marketing and IT depending upon demand / requirements of the students. Out of these, students would be required to take two specialization / concentration of subjects.

The Industry requirements/ demand would be kept in mind while offering such specializing courses. These would be in line with what is offered in the best B-Schools in India including (IIM's).

  • A mix of pedagogy is adopted consisting of class lectures, group discussion, role plays,
    case method etc. in order to enhance the learning of the students from the programme. A good blend of theoretical and applied academic inputs would be provided both inside as well as outside the class room. Emphasis would be on the overall development of the students, acquisition of skills and knowledge required for being successful in their job and imparting of ethical values that keep a person going in the long run.
  • Students would be evaluated on a continuous basis for their learning. Tests, Exams, presentations, quizzes, project work etc would be administered for this purpose. Relative grading system would be adopted to evaluate the students.
  • During the course of the programme, students would be required to undertake on the job / practical training in different organizations.
The PGDM Programme is full time and is of two-year duration divided into six terms. A Bird eye view of the programme is given below:

The first year develops core knowledge and skills of students and are are compulsory for all of them. Expects of their specialization in the second year. Please note that our curriculum is reviewed regularly in line with the requirements of the industry: the course descriptions given are therefore, intended to give students a general flavour of the PDGM rather than a precise study plan.

Term I Term IV

Financial Accounting

Marketing Management-I

Managerial Economics

Organisational Behaviour-I

Quantitative Techniques for Decision Making-I

Communication Skills

IT for Managers & e-Business

   Chinese Language

Enterprise Resource Planning (Theory and Practical)

Strategic Management-II

Specialisation 1 – Elective

Specialisation 1 – Elective

Specialisation 2 – Elective

Specialisation 2 – Elective

Term II Term V

Business Ethics

Financial Management-I

Global Macro Economy

Management Accounting

Management Information System

Marketing Management-II

Organisational Behaviour-II

Quantitative Techniques for Decision Making-II

   Chinese language


Chinese Economy & Comparative Study

Specialisation 1 – Elective

Specialisation 1 – Elective

Specialisation 2 – Elective

Specialisation 2 – Elective

Term III Term VI

Business Law

Financial Management-II

Indian Economic Environment & Policy

Human Resource Management

Operations Management

Research Methods in Business

International Business

Strategic Management-I

   Chinese Language

   Specialisation 1 – Elective

Specialisation 1 – Elective

Specialisation 2 – Elective

   Specialisation 2 - Elective

Note: Courses Core/Elective subjects can be changed at the discretion of the institute.

The following elective courses are proposed to be offered to the students in four different areas of specialisations. Students have to do six elective papers each in the two chosen specialisations. Actual offering of courses will depend upon the number of students opting for a course..
PGDM- Second Year - Area Wise Electives

Derivatives, Risk Management and Financial Engineering

Management of Financial Services

Management of Banking and Financial Institutions

Financial Planning and Wealth Management

Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

Mergers, Acquisitions, Corporate restructuring and Business Valuation

Infrastructure and Project Financing including Financial Modeling

Bank Lending and Credit Appraisal

International Finance

      Financial Markets

Advertising  and Communication Management

Consumer Behavior

Management of Retailing & Channels

Market Research

Marketing of Services

Rural Marketing

Social Media and Internet Marketing

Strategic Brand Management


Compensation & Reward Management

Human Resource Planning & Talent Acquisition

Industrial Relations and Labour Laws

Leadership Development

Cross Cultural Management

Organisational Change and Development

Performance Management & Competency Mapping

      Training and Development

Business Analytics with Advanced Excel

Business Intelligence & Data Mining

Database Management System

Logistics & Supply Chain Management

Project Management

Services Operation Management

Software Project Management

Strategic Management of IT


Practical Trainings

There are two practical trainings planned during the programme. The first training “Summer Internship” is in line with the regular management programmes. The second training “Bottom of Pyramid Project (BOPP)” is unique to BULMIM and is focused on the rural, semi urban and other unorganized sectors of India. The students will undergo a focused workshop before each training to maximize their on-the-field learning.


Towards the end of the first year of PGDM full time programme, the students are required to undergo a Summer Internship of 8-10 weeks duration in a corporate. It is an integral part of the curriculum and forms a vital aspect of overall development of the management students. It allows the students to experience and learn the corporate culture, first hand. At the same time, the corporate world gets fair idea of talent of the emerging generation of future managers of BULMIM. Some of the companies where our students have undertaken Summer Internship are as under:

 Indiabulls Securities

Bank of India

Reliance Securities


Punjab National Bank

SMC Global Securities

Religare Finvest

Aditya Birla Money Mart

SBI Mutual Fund

HDFC Standard Life

Standard Chartered Bank

Merino Services

HCL Technologies

CE Infosytem

Tata Consultancy Services

Future Value Retail

 Philips India

Nature Pure India

Mother Dairy Fruits & Vegetables

Fabindia Overseas

Nippo Batteries

Hindustan Unilever

National Thermal Power Corporation 

Tata Power – Delhi Distribution

Indian Oil Corporation

Air India


Hindustan Petroleum Corporation

Bharat Aluminium Co.

Indian Railway Finance Corporation

Earth Infrastructures




India Yamaha Motor

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India

Tata Motors

Mahindra & Mahindra

Orient Bell


Grasim Industries

Horizon Rubber


Indiraprastha Medical Corp.

Glaxo SmithKline Consumer Healthcare

Cox & Kings

Jaypee Vasant Continental,

Fortis Jessa Ram Hospital

Dish TV


Traditionally, industry has been the main focus of management. Bhavan’s Usha and Lakshmi Mittal Institute of Management (BULMIM), New Delhi has made an innovative departure from conventional B-School programmes by adding a new dimension to its PGDM Programme, i.e. “Bottom of Pyramid” Project. Late Prof. C.K. Prahalad, in his book “Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid” identified the people at the bottom of pyramid as the world’s most exciting, fastest-growing new market. According to him, “Collectively, the world’s billions of poor people have immense untapped buying power. They represent an enormous opportunity for companies who learn how to serve them”. Serving the poorest of the poor also forms a part of corporate social responsibility. The Institute is aware of these philosophies and through its BOP training programme, has taken measures to train its students to understand and appreciate the needs and aspirations of the people who are at the bottom of the pyramid. 

Corporate bodies are looking for special attributes in managers who have been exposed to such environment. Also, under the new Companies Act 2013, the corporate houses fulfilling certain criteria are required to spend two percent of their net profit on Corporate Social Responsibility.  This module gives an opportunity to our students to enter into this new growing area.

During second year of PGDM full time programme, the students, after finishing the Term-IV, undergo such training of two weeks. The training is arranged in collaboration with corporate or NGOs that work in a rural, semi urban, or slum area. Some of the companies/organizations where our students have undertaken Bottom of Pyramid Project are given below:

 Jindal Stainless

Jubilant Life Sciences

Tata Teleservices

Tata Teleservices


Literacy India

Coca Cola






DCM Siriam

Coca Cola


Sir Syed Trust (SST)

Helpage India




Paradada Pardadi


Nippo Batteries



Himalaya Drugs


NIIT Foundation

Dabur India




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