Having “PGDM” on your resume will help you stand out to employers, but the true meaning of the joining a business school goes beyond four letters on a sheet. During PGDM, you’ll build your business knowledge, grow your professional network. PGDM gives you fundamental management knowledge, meaning you’ll get a holistic view of business across areas like Finance/Financial Services, Marketing, Human Resources, Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, all while developing those vital soft skills, critical thinking, analytical skills, and leadership skills.

The benefits of an PGDM are applicable regardless of your industry or area of professional focus. Students come from all academic backgrounds ranging from business, commerce and engineering to the arts, science, media and political sciences.

Semester I

SR. No Core Courses
1. Business Perspective
2. Business Communication Skills
3. Financial Statement Analysis
4. Business Statistics and Analytics (Using Excel)
5. Business Economics
6. Financial Products and Markets
7. Marketing Management
8. Organization Behaviour
9. Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Process Automation

Semester II

SR. No Core Courses
1. Entrepreneurship Management
2. Business Research Methodology (including projects)
3. Human Resource Management
4. Corporate Finance
5. Consumer Behaviour
6. Equity Markets & Valuation
7. Campus to Corporate (Workshop Mode)
8. Data Analysis and Decision Making
9. Strategic Management
10. S.H.A.R.E