PGDM

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  • Last Update January 3, 2021

Description

Post Graduate Diploma in Management Programme (PGDM) – Two Years

IMT CDL’s PGDM is specially designed to equip students with comprehensive management education. Spread across four semesters, the two-year programme provides an intensive, stimulating and challenging learning experience.

The curriculum has been designed to lay a strong foundation for logical and analytical skills of the students and covers all important areas of management specializations. The Programme is designed to develop professional managers ready to work at responsible positions in a global environment.

Programme Eligibility

Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from any recognized University or equivalent degree recognized by Association of Indian Universities (AIU).

Programme Structure

The PGDM programme is covered in Four (4) semesters. The Programme is of total Eighty Four (84) credits. It includes Three (3) non-credit Foundation Courses, Fifteen (15) Core Courses with a total of Sixty (60) credits, Five (5) Elective Courses with a total of Twenty (20) credits and a Project Work of Four (4) credits.
In the first three semesters the student will imbibe concepts in all the key areas of management. The last semester will allow the students to pick five (5) electives of their choice. If the student wishes to specialize in any particular area, he/she needs to pick all the five (5) electives from that area.

The Two Year PGDM programme offers specializations in five areas –Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, Operations, and Business Analytics.

Dual Specialization – A student can also do Dual Specialization by choosing Five (5) more Electives from another specialization area. For Dual Specialization, student has to study for one (1) additional semester and pay the applicable course fee.

CURRICULUM

PGDM-Two Years Programme with Specialization

This programme structure is applicable for students enrolled in the current session.

 

Foundation Courses
S. No. Course Name Credits
1 Basics of Accounting Non Credit
2 Basics of Communication Non Credit
3 Basics of Management Non Credit

 

Semester – I
S. No. Course Code Credits
1 Principle of Economics 4
2 Management Accounting 4
3 Marketing Management 4
4 Business Statistics 4
5 Managerial Communication 4
Semester – II
S. No. Course Name Credits
1 Financial Management 4
2 Business Environment 4
3 Organization Behavior 4
4 Operations and Supply Chain Management 4
5 Introduction to Information Systems 4
Semester – III
S. No. Course Name Credits
1 Legal & Regulatory Environment of Business 4
2 Strategic Management 4
3 Managing New Ventures 4
4 Human Resource Management 4
5 Ethics & Corporate Governance 4
Semester – IV
S. No. Course Name Credits
1 Elective-I 4
2 Elective-II 4
3 Elective-III 4
4 Elective-IV 4
5 Elective-V 4
6 Project 4
Total Programme Credits: 84 Credits.

List of Electives

Area of Specialization – Finance
S. No. Elective Courses Credits
1 Financial Risk Management 4
2 Management of Financial Services 4
3 Financial Analysis & Business Valuation 4
4 Security Analysis & Portfolio Management 4
5 Fixed Income Securities 4
6 Retail Banking 4
7 Mergers, Acquisitions & Corporate Restructuring 4
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Area of Specialization – Operations
S. No. Elective Courses Credits
1 Project Management 4
2 Operations Strategy 4
3 Advanced Supply Chain Management 4
4 Quality Management 4
5 Service Operations Management 4
6 Technology Management 4
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Area of Specialization – Human Resource Management
S. No. Elective Courses Credits
1 Employees Relation Management 4
2 Performance Management 4
3 Organizational Development & Intervention 4
4 Strategic Human Resource Management 4
5 Compensation & Reward Management 4
6 Training & Development 4
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Area of Specialization – Marketing
S. No. Elective Courses Credits
1 Digital Marketing 4
2 Retail Management 4
3 Marketing of Services 4
4 Consumer Behaviour 4
5 Sales and Distribution Management 4
6 Integrated Marketing Communications 4
7 Marketing Research 4
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Area of Specialization – Business Analytics
S. No. Elective Courses Credits
1 Data Mining for Business Analytics 4
2 Marketing Analytics 4
3 Risk Analytics 4
4 HR Analytics 4
5 Predictive Modelling 4
6 Business Simulation 4
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Disclaimer – Programme Structure and Curriculum is subject to change at the discretion of IMT CDL and as per the directives issued by regulator.

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EVALUATION?

IMT CDL evaluation system has two components: Assignment (30 marks) and End Term Examination (70 marks). The student has to submit the assignments during the semester while examinations will be held at the end of semester. The examination will be held at designated centres. Examinations The End-Term Examination (ETE) is held at the end of every semester. Components of ETE: The following components will comprise the ETE for each course: – Analytical and conceptual comprehension through multiple choice questions. – Case or problem-solving exercises. Assignments Assignments are a very important aspect of the assessment system and an excellent tool for continuous evaluation. Two Assignments are conducted during the semester for each course. The assignments get activated in the student information system during the semester as per announced timelines. Students have to mandatorily submit their assignments before the commencement of the End-Term Examination. Weightage: Assignment (30 marks) and End Term Examination (70 marks) Passing criteria: To be declared as ‘Pass’ in a course a student should secure 40% marks in aggregate (Assignments and ETE combined) with minimum 25 marks (35%) in ETE. Student has to attempt two assignments of 15 marks each for each course. No minimum marks are to be secured in assignment to be declared as ‘Pass’ in a course. Project is to be submitted by the student in final semester in Two Year PGDM and 15 months PGDM (Executive) programme. The student should secure minimum 40% marks in Project Work in order to be declared as ‘Pass’. In PGCM programme, student has to appear for comprehensive Viva Voce in the final semester. The student should secure minimum 40% marks in Viva Voce in order to be declared as ‘Pass’. Scholastic achievement Ist Division: Students with an aggregate percentage of 60% marks or above IInd Division: Students with an aggregate percentage of 50% marks and below 60% marks. IIIrd Division: Students with an aggregate percentage of 40% marks and below 50% marks. Students aggregating less than 40% marks are declared as unfit for Post-Graduate Programmes.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from any recognized University or equivalent degree recognized by Association of Indian Universities (AIU).