• Course Structure - PGDM

    Core courses in the first year enables you to build an analytic and social science foundation, learn fundamental management functions, and understand how those functions integrate into social, economic, and business environments. Core courses firmly ground you in basic business disciplines and enable you to progress from a common knowledge base.

First Year

    First Trimester (July - September)
    C-101 Math. Methods for Bus. Decisions
    C-102 Managerial Economics - I
    C-103 Marketing Management – I
    C-104 Human Behavior at Work – I
    C-105 Financial Accounting & Reporting
    C-106 Corporate Communication -I
    C-107 Computer Application

    Second Trimester (Oct. - December)
    C-201 Stat. Methods for Bus.Decisions
    C-202 Managerial Economics - II
    C-203 Marketing Management – II
    C-204 Human Behavior at Work - II
    C-205 Managerial Accounting
    C-206 Corporate Communication -II
    C-207 Management Information System

    Third Trimester(January - March)
    C-301 Managerial Economics III
    C-302 Business Research Methods
    C-303 Services Marketing
    C-304 Human Resource Management
    C-305 Financial Resource Planning & Mgt–I
    C-306 Corporate Communication-III
    C-307 Operations and Supply Chain Mgt.
    C-310 S I P (Comprehensive viva)


    Fourth Trimester (July - September)
    C-401 Fin. Resource Planning & Mgt. – II
    C-402 Business Law
    C-403 Workplace Etiquettes
    E-F01 Applied Finance-I
    E-M01 Applied Marketing-I
    E-H01 Applied Human Resource-I
    E-IS01 Applied Information System-I
    E-IB01 Internantional Business-I

    Fifth Trimester (Oct. - December)
    C-501 Project Management
    C-502 Strategic Management
    C-503 Social Entrepreneurship
    E-F02 Applied Finance-II
    E-M02 Applied Marketing-II
    E-H02 Applied Human Resource-II
    E-IS02 Applied Information System-II
    E-IB02 Internantional Business-II



    E-F01 Applied Finance -I
    - Merchant Banking and Financial Services
    - Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
    - Corporate Restructuring Mergers & Acquisitions
    - Risk Analysis and Management

    E-F02 Applied Finane-II
    - Tax Factors for Business Decisions
    - Corporate Finance-I
    - Corporate Finance-II
    - Management of Banking and Financial Institutions


    The assessment regime is a flexible combination of final examinations, group and individual assignments and practical work. Assessment is performed at the end of each course. Students who fail to achieve the required standard have an opportunity to resubmit the assessments the following term. It is required that students make regular presentations to teachers, examiners, and in many courses these are part of the assessment.

    As a PGDM student, you have an opportunity to explore your academic sessions outside of the Business School and apply the same by of undertaking several small live projects to enhance your learning experience and degree.