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Course Structure

Trimester I (Credit-22) Trimester II (Credit-22) Trimester III (Credit-22)
Organizational Behaviour-I
Marketing Management – I
Accounting for Managers

Information Technology for Managers
Managerial Communication
Impactful Public Speaking *(SSP-I)
Digital Marketing Certification **(VACC-I)

*SSP- Soft Skills Programs
**VACC- Value Added Certification Course
Organizational Behavior-II
Marketing Management – II
Quantitative Techniques in Management
Information Systems Management
Managerial Economics
Corporate Finance
Igniting Self and Interpersonal Skills (SSP-II)
Yellow Belt Six Sigma Certification (VACC-II)
Human Resource Management
Consumer Behavior
Research Methods in Business
Legal Environment of Business
Management of Technology, Innovations and Change (MTIC)
Resume Writing & Art of Converting SIP into PPO (SSP-III)
Financial Modelling Certification OR Entrepreneurship Development Certification (VACC-III)

Summer Internship of 6 – 8 weeks

Summer Internship

On completion of First Year of PGDM programme, every student has to undertake a Summer Internship. This Internship has been designed to give the student a full time exposure to the corporate world, to enable the student develop orientation to real life situations in industry. This internship is offered in organizations of repute with specific focus in areas of specialization of the student. The duration of the internship is of 6- 8 weeks. At the end of Summer Internship, a student has to submit Summer Project Report along with a certificate from the organization with whom he/she has done the Summer Internship. A major part of this internship is a Summer Project on a particular area related to his/her subjects of specialization involving in­-depth empirical study by data collection through primary sources and analysis by application of statistical tools. This Summer Project is a detailed study of the organization and its functioning with particular focus on the areas of specialization

Second Year:

Trimester IV (Credit-27) Trimester V (Credit-18) Trimester VI (Credit-18)
Strategic Management
Art of Self-Branding for Successful Corporate Inning (SSP-IV)
Summer Internship project
4 Electives (Two each from two areas of specialization) (4*3 Credit each)
Note: Topics of Dissertation will be finalized during Term-IV. The students have to get their topics and synopsis approved from the Institute.
Business Ethics & Corporate Governance
Art of Excelling at Interviews (SSP-V)
4 Electives (Two each from two areas of specialization) (4*3 Credit each)
Dissertation (Progress Report) Seminar (50 marks)

Note: The students will submit a progress report on the basis of his / her effort in Term V. The report will be evaluated by the institute.
Dissertation Final Submission (Report for 50 marks and presentation for 100 marks)
Enhancing Corporate Readiness (SSP-VI)
2 Electives (One each from two areas of specialization) (2*3 Credit each)

Total Credits – 129


The Dissertation on an identified topic related to any one area of specialization of the student commences after Trimester V. This is a detailed study and is guided by the faculty mentor culminating in submission of the Dissertation in the Trimester VI.


Marketing Human Resource Finance
Customer Relationship Management & Technology
Advertising & Sales Promotion Management
Sales & Distribution Management
Digital Marketing
Product & Brand Management
Marketing of Services
Marketing Research
Retail Management
International Marketing
Management of Industrial Relations and Labour Law
Performance Management & Competency Mapping
Strategic HRM
Management of Change & Organizational Effectiveness
Compensation Management
Recruitment and Selection
Training and Development
Human Resource Planning
Team Building & Leadership
Project Financing in Emerging Economies
Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
Commercial Bank Management
Corporate Tax Planning
Financial Risk Management
Investment Banking & Financial Services
Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Restructuring
Strategic Cost Management
Investment Management
International Financial Management
Information Technology
Business Intelligence and Data Mining
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
Relational Database Management System
Software Project Management
Strategic Management of Information Technology
Data Communication and Network
Security and Control of Information System