Executive PGDM for Working Executives

Introduction

The EX-PGDM programme is spread over a period of three years (700 contact hours) and is divided into nine terms. The courses in the first three terms provide a balanced foundation in the basic areas of management. There are three core courses (30 contact hours each) per term.
The fourth and fifth terms (180 contact hours total) cover six core courses which provide further insight into advanced aspects of management, keeping in mind emerging industry needs. One more core courses each is covered in sixth to eighth terms (90 hours) The students opt for five elective courses (total 150 hours) in terms sixth to eighth from their areas of specialization. The students also have to analyze a number of business cases in their chosen area and make presentations on the same. Short term courses may be offered on audit basis to provide exposure to relevant subjects of topical interest.
In addition the students undertake a Field Project over the last two terms (10 contact hours plus about 100 hrs of off campus project activity), which is aimed at integrating their classroom learning and skills with real life situations that validate their research, analysis and problem solving capabilities. The project-work is monitored and reviewed periodically by the assigned Faculty Guide and industry experts. Students submit a detailed Project Report followed by presentation before a panel consisting of Faculty and external members from industry/ academics. The course structure / contents may be modified by the Institute if felt necessary.
 
Eligibility

Graduation or equivalent degree from any recognised university or institution with Minimum 2 years work experience.

Who should join this programme

This programme is meant for those who want to acquire professional qualifica- tions on a part-time basis, for building a fast track career in management. It is ideally suited for executives, entre- preneurs and self-employed professionals.

 Selection Process

  • Past Academic Record.
  • Personal Interview

Course Structure

First Year Course

Term I

Term II

Term III

Managerial Economics IT for Managers Macroeconomics & Business Policy
Quantitative Methods in Management Marketing Management-I Financial Management
Financial Accounting for Managers Human Resource Management Management Information System
Business Communication Operations Research Operations Management

Second Year Courses

Term IV  Term  V  Term  VI
Indian Economy & Business Environment Business Research Methodology Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Advanced Financial Management Legal Aspects of Business Project Work -1   (6)
Organization Behavior SP1 -1 SP1 -2
Marketing Management – II SP2 -1 SP2 -2

Third Year Courses

Term VII  Term  VIII  Term  IX
Business Ethics and Corporate Governance Corporate Strategy Project-II    (12)
SP1 -3 SP1 – 5  
SP1- 4 SP2-  4  
SP2- 3 SP2 – 5