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All Rights Reserved POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT (PGDM) TRIMESTER CALENDAR The following subjects will be covered over the three trimesters of the First Year: o Principles of Management o Marketing Management o Introduction to Computers & Information Systems o Business Laws o Financial Accounting o Managerial Economics o Six Sigma - Yellow Belt o Cost & Management Accounting o Entrepreneurship and MSE’s o Economic Environment of Business o Operations Research - 1 (Quantitative Techniques) o Managerial Communication (Workshop on Communication) o Management Information System o French o Financial Management o Human Resource Management o Research Methodology o Management & Behavioural Process o Operations (Production) Management o Business Maths & Statistics o Computer Lab 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.  The Elective groups between Group A and Group B shall be rearranged by the Management at its discretion. 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 students for the specialization, failing which the elective course will be dropped.  At the discretion of the Director a course with low registration may be offered at additional cost. Eligibility Criteria Students opting for Finance specialisation should have secured aggregate 70% marks in Financial Accounting, Cost & Management Accounting, and Financial Management papers, Students opting for Actuaries and Risk Management should have secured aggregate 70% in Quantitative Techniques/Operations Research and Business Maths and Statistics papers. Credit Programmes 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) A student failing to do so 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. GROUP A MARKETING B2B and Rural Marketing Consumer Behaviour & Retention Management. Product Brand & Logistics Management Marketing of Services Integrated Marketing Communication (Advertising) MRIS International Marketing FINANCE Indian Financial System Accounting for decision making Term Finance in Working Capital Management Project Finance Strategic Financial Management Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management Financial Reporting HUMAN RESOURCE Labour Welfare & Social Securities Human Resource Development Compensation Management Industrial Relations Management Personnel Management Labour Legislations International HRM INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS International Business Stratregies International Economics International Financial Management International HRM International Law International Marketing MRIS ACTUARIES & RISK MANAGEMENT Risk Management Financial Reporting Financial Mathematics Life Contingencies Mortality Pension & Retirement Benefits Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management GROUP B HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT Organisation & Management Systems for Health Care Health Care Economics Hospital Accounting; Management of Financial Resources; Medical  Insurance Community Health, Epidemiology & Health Policy Hospital Management Information Systems (HMIS) Pastoral Care & Medical Ethics; Legal aspects of Health Care Hospital Waste Management; Quality Management in Health Care; Hospital Support Services Project Work / Personal Training - 30 days Management & Relationship and Personal Effectiveness INFORMATION SYSTEMS JAVA Programming Relational Database Management Concepts ERP & E Business Web Technologies Programming in C Networking System Engineering Technical Writing ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT New Enterprise Management & Government Business Interface Small Enterprise Marketing Finance for Small Enterprise Stakeholder Management Export and Import Management Logistics and Supply Chain Management Internship - one month with a startup company Skill Training - course by MSME Dept. BANKING & INSURANCE Banking Law & Practice Treasury & Forex Management Principles of General Insurance Practices of General Insurance Banking Management Strategic Management of Insurance Theory of Life Insurance Actuarial Principles, Practices & Insurance Operations. RETAIL MANAGEMENT Retailing Concepts and Environment Retail Organisation & People in Retail Retail Merchandising Management Store Location & Design Strategic Marketing & Branding Retail Personal Selling & Service Quality Logistics & Supply Chain Management Store Operations & Management CORE PAPERS FOR ALL THE SPECIALISATIONS Operations Research - 2 Six Sigma- Green Belt Taxation - Direct & Indirect. Spanish Business Policy & Strategic Management Business Ethics THE ASSESSMENT Students are assessed on two fronts. One by the concerned faculty and another through an external examination. 50% of the marks are awarded by the concerned faculty handling the course through periodic assessment.  The periodic assessment shall consist of two tests and assignments, seminars and quiz, class/activity participation given by the concerned faculty. 50% of the marks through external examination conducted at the end of each Trimester. To have passed a subject the candidate must secure 50% in periodic evaluation (internal assessment) and 50% in final evaluation. ACADEMIC YEAR The academic year consists of three Terms. The average duration of each Term is approximately 12 weeks. Terms I, II, III refer to the first year students and Terms IV, V & VI refer to the second year students. REGISTRATION Registration for Term 1: (a) New students are required to register on the Registration Day of Term I and submit the supporting documents relating to their academic qualifications. Students, who have not received their final year graduation mark sheets from their respective universities by the day of registration for Term I, should submit them latest before the commencement of the 1st Trimester Examinations, failing which the admissions stands automatically cancelled. (b) An Orientation Programme for the first year students is normally held ten days before the commencement of the  academic schedule followed by Welcome and Registration. Attendance at the Orientation Programme is compulsory. Registration for other Terms will be given in the Institute Calendar. Students in collaboration with the Faculty shall compulsorily organize Guest Lectures; Workshops will be conducted on Saturdays. TEACHING METHODOLOGY The methodology used for teaching includes lectures, seminars, audio-visual aids, role-play, case studies, industrial visits, exhibitions, workshops, mock organization.  On-the-job training, online training etc. ATTENDANCE A Student shall be considered to have completed a Trimester only if she has attended not less than 85% of the number of classes held for each Trimester and if the progress is satisfactory in terms of tests, assignments and End Term Exams. SUMMER PROJECT (INDIVIDUAL) Students have to take up one project concerning their area of specialization and work under a Guide at the end of third Trimester and present a Report for evaluation purpose.  Summer Internship shall be for 10 weeks duration. INDUSTRIAL VISIT The institute will arrange an industrial visit in which participation by every student is mandatory.  Failure to do so disqualifies her for the award of diploma notwithstanding the fact that she has otherwise qualified herself. ACTIVITIES FOR CHRISTIANS Christians shall attend Retreat and weekly prayer meetings organized by the Institute Compulsorily.  Failure to do so disqualifies her for the award of diploma notwithstanding the fact that she has otherwise qualified herself. VALUE EDUCATION & WORKSHOP Every Saturday, Value Education and Workshops are conducted.  It is Mandatory for every student to participate.  85% attendance is a must.  Failure to do so disqualifies her for the award of diploma notwithstanding the fact that she has otherwise qualified herself. COMMUNITY PROJECT PROGRAMME. Students are required to participate in the Community projects undertaken by the institute which contributes not only to the betterment of the Society, but also builds community consciousness and awareness on various social, ethical & environmental issues. The community project includes a 10 day residential camp at the adopted village to be attended by all students compulsorily as a pan of the curriculum. Failure to do so disqualifies her for the award of diploma notwithstanding the fact that she has otherwise qualified herself. THE ASSESSMENT Students are assessed on two fronts. One by the concerned faculty and another through an external examination. 50 percent of the marks are awarded by the concerned faculty handling the course through periodic assessment.  The periodic assessment shall consist of two tests and assignments, seminars and quiz, class/activity participation given by the concerned faculty. 500/. of the marks through external examination conducted at the end of each Trimester. To have passed a subject the candidate must secure 50% in periodic evaluation (internal assessment) and 50% in final evaluation. BUSINESS UNE CLUB / MANAGEMENT CLUB The Institute has tied up with Business Line Newspaper for “BL in Campus” programme, Seminars / Quiz etc., is organized for the benefit of students.  The Institute provides a platform for its students to bring out their talents, creativity and sense of social service through the management club. It is an opportunity for the students to practice what they learn. Every student admitted to the Institute becomes a member of this Club by paying a nominal subscription. The Club meets from time to time to discuss its programme.