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Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) Course Profile


To prepare dynamic global managers equipped with understanding of the cross-cultural dimensions of business and skills for handling business in any part of the world.


Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD.


PGDM Course is mounted for Two Years (Four Semesters) time duration.


Eligibility for this AICTE approved PGDM Course is Graduate Degree in any discipline, with minimum 50% aggregate marks (or 45% in case of SC/ST Category) from a recognized Indian University or equivalent. Candidates appearing in final examination at graduate level may also apply.

Basis of admission

All India Written Test (CAT /MAT /XAT /CMAT) followed by Group Discussion and Interview of selected candidates becomes the basis for admission in management course. Few seats are reserved for Sponsored Category candidates in this management course. Such candidates are exempted from Written Test like CAT /MAT /XAT /CMAT.

    First Semester

    BM 1.01 Management Principles and Practices
    BM 1.02 Marketing Management
    BM 1.03 Research Methodology
    BM 1.04 Managerial Economics
    BM 1.05  Business Statistics
    BM 1.06 Accounting and Financial Analysis
    BM 1.07 EEP – 1
    BM 1.08 Open Defence – 1

      Second Semester

      BM 2.01 Micro-Economice
      BM 2.02 Supply Chain & Logistics Management
      BM 2.03 Human Resource Management
      BM 2.04 Financial Management
      BM 2.05 Operations Research
      BM 2.06 Organizational Behaviour
      BM 2.07 Field Survey Project
      BM 2.08 EEP – 2
      BM 2.09 Open Defence – 2
      Courses of Independent Studies (CIS-I) [Choose Anyone]
      CIS 1.1 Rural Marketing
      CIS 1.2 Business & Sustainable Development
      CIS 1.3 WTO and International Trade
      CIS 1.4 Cross Cultural Management

        Third Semester

        BM 3.01 Stratigic Management
        BM 3.02 Entrepreneurship and Incubation
        BM 3.03 Banking & Financial Services
        BM 3.04 Business Analytics – 2
        BM 3.05(M) Core Specialization – I
        BM 3.06 (M)  Core Specialization – II
        BM 3.07 (F / H) Open Specialization – I
        BM 3.08 Summer Training Project
        BM 3.09 EEP-3
        BM 3.10 Open Defence- 3

        Courses of Independent Studies (CIS-II)
        [Choose Anyone]
        CIS 2.1 Corporate Governance and CSR
        CIS 2.2 Customer Relationaship Management
        CIS 2.3 Project Appraisal & Financing
        CIS 2.4 International Marketing

          Fourth Semester

          BM 4.01 Leadership by Indian Ethos
          BM 4.02 Retail Management
          BM 4.03 E-commerce & Digital Marketing
          BM 4.04 (M) Core Specialisation – III
          BM 4.05 (F / H) Open Specialisation – II
          BM 4.06 (F / H) Open Specialisation – III
          BM 4.07  Dessertation
          BM 4.08 Comprehensive Viva-Voce


          The course offers specialisation in the areas of Marketing, Human Resource Management, and Finance in the final year. Students have to select one specialisation area, each of which contains five papers (Three in the Third Semester and Two in the Fourth Semester) as follows:

            MARKETING (Core Group of Specialisation)

            BM 3.05 (M) Advertising and Consumer Behaviour
            BM 3.06 (M) Sales Management
            BM 4.04 (M) Services Marketing

              Finance (Open Group of Specialisation)

              BM 3.07 (F) Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
              BM 4.05 (F) Taxation and Tax Management
              BM 4.06 (F) Risk Management & Derivatives

                HRM (Open Group of Specialisation)

                BM 3.07 (H) Compensation & Reward Management
                BM 4.05 (H) Organizational Development & Management of Change
                BM 4.06 (H) Human Resource Development

                Prioritized Areas of Research & Consultancy

                Besides above mentioned academic curriculum institute also motivates students and faculty members to pursue researches in the below mentioned disciples through conferences, paper presentations and several other activities in the premises:

                • Ethics & Values in Management
                • Marketing Communications
                • Marketing & Sales
                • Entrepreneurship
                • Leadership, and
                • Indian Ethos for Management

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