The PGDM journey starts a brief 2 weeks of orientation where students learn how to overcome their prejudice and patterned thinking. This helps the students to have a fresh start to the program with no biases. PGDM Admission is mostly based on entrance exams like MAT, CAT, XAT, and more. A lot of working professionals and students prefer this management course because PGDM Syllabus is market and industry oriented. It follows current trends in the market and molds its syllabus accordingly.
PGDM is a very high demanding course amongst the students who want to pursue their careers in the management field. With the constantly changing world, the requirements of the Organizations, Institutions, Companies etc are also changing. There is a huge demand for Managers, Leaders, functional heads and Specialised Executives all around the world.
The major focus of the curriculum is to build leaders for a futuristic world.
PGDM curriculum can be divided into 6 Trimesters. The curriculum is as per Industry standards and norms which helps the student to be job ready and get proper placements. There is a compulsory internship during the course to help the students get accustomed to the challenges and requirements.
For many of our PGDM students, Summer Internships is the first real time work experience they have. Summer Internships will allow you to apply the skills and lessons learned in a classroom in the real world of business.
Hand-picked leaders from industries which are transforming themselves for the future and incorporated their inputs to refine our program curriculum to make it contextual and relevant.
PGDM course structure comprises two parts i.e., a compulsory set of courses covering all foundation areas in management and a set of elective courses that aims at building job-specific skills and knowledge. A semester wise breakup of the PGDM Syllabus is tabulated below.
Students go through a series of activities which prepares them to be recruitment ready
Applicants must fill the application form on the online admission portal by August 15, 2022.
Candidates are shortlisted on the basis of a composite score derived after considering their educational background, work experience and entrance examination scores (GMAT/CAT).
All shortlisted candidates undergo two rounds of interview and a group case study exercise.
Rolling interview process is followed for admissions into PGDM. Outstanding candidates will receive an offer letter even before the closing date of admissions.