<< PGDM 1st Year

Post Graduate Diploma in Management(PGDM)

Second Year The following subjects will be covered over the three trimesters.

  • B2B (Industrial) & Rural Marketing
  • Programming using C
  • Consumer Behaviour and Retention Management
  • System Engineering
  • Product Brand and Logistics Management
  • Networking
  • Services Marketing
  • Integrated Marketing Communication (Advertising Management)
  • ERP & E-Business
  • International Marketing
  • Technical Writing
  • Web Technologies
  • JAVA
  • Indian Financial System
  • Organisation & Management Systems for Health Care
  • Term Finance & Working Capital Management
  • Health Care Economics
  • Project Finance
  • Hospital Accounting; Management of Financial Resources; Medical Insurance
  • Strategic Financial Management
  • Community Health, Epidemiology & Health Policy
  • Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management
  • Hospital Management Information Systems (HMIS)
  • Financial Reporting
  • Pastoral Care & Medical Ethics; Legal aspects of Health Care
  • Hospital Waste Management; Quality Management in Health Care; Hospital support Services
  • (30 Days Project Work in a Hospital)
  • International Business stratgegies
  • Banking Law
  • Export & Import procedures
  • Treasury and Forex Management
  • International Financial Management
  • General Insurance - Principles
  • International HRM
  • General Insurance - Practices
  • International Law
  • Bank Management
  • Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management
  • Insurance Strategy
  • MRIS
  • Life Insurance
  • Actuarial
  • Labour Welfare & Social Securities
  • Introduction of Retailing
  • Human Resource Development
  • Retail Organisation & HRM
  • Compensation Management
  • Retail Buying & Merchandise Management
  • Industrial Relations
  • Store Location, Design, & Visual Merchandising
  • Management of Relationship & Personal effectiveness
  • Retail Marketing Management
  • Personnel Management
  • Retail Selling & Customer Service
  • Public Relations
  • Logistics & Supply Chain Management
  • Laws on Labour
  • Store Operations Management
  • Probability and Mathematical Statistics
  • Small Business Marketing
  • Financial Reporting
  • Small Business Environment & Management
  • Financial Mathematics
  • New Enterprise Management
  • Life Contingencies
  • Entrepreneurial Development
  • Mortality
  • Government Business Interface
  • Pension & Retirement Benefits
  • Financing of Small Business
  • Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Total Quality Management
  • Operations Research - 2
  • Six Sigma
  • Taxes - Direct & Indirect.
  • Spanish
  • Business Policy
  • Business Ethics

    Electives to be studied in Fourth Trimester onwards

    A student is required to choose two elective groups in the Fourth Trimester which allows her to specialise in two different areas listed below.

    A Student shall compulsorily choose any two of the Elective groups, one from Group A and the other from Group B as listed below. The papers to be studied in each Trimester will be decided by the Management.

    Pre-Registration of Elective Courses

    Based on the number of students who have registered, the Dean will announce the final list of selected students for each elective. Students who have registered for an elective, but have not been selected for the course will be given a chance to opt for another elective by submitting an application to the Dean. Detailed information on date(s) for registration and finalisation of electives for each Term will be announced in the preceding term. Students need to strictly adhere to the deadlines, as no changes in electives would be permitted after the deadlines. Dropping of Elective Courses

    In order to offer an elective course, there should be a minimum registration of 15 creditors for each specialization, failing which the elective course will be dropped. At the discretion of the Director a course with low registration may be offered. Credit Programmes

    Foreign Language courses can be offered as Credit courses in the first year also. A student has to complete a minimum of 4 credit courses in two years including two foreign languages at additional cost. The additional cost would be for courses such as Six Sigma (yellow belt) or Six Sigma (green belt).

    Failure to do so could result in the award of an incomplete degree. In such an eventuality, a student has to repeat the course the next time it is offered. Failure to do so disqualifies her for the award of diploma notwithstanding the fact that she has otherwise qualified herself.

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