Introduction: Post Graduate Programme in Management
This PGDM Programme is a meticulously conceived industry oriented programme, approved by AICTE, accreditated by NBA, Equivalence of MBA by AIU.
The duration of the course is two years.
No. of Seats : 210
One of the competencies of IES is its teaching methodology which comprises of various innovative tools and methods which help students realize their potential.
Our course comprises :
Case studies of global and Indian companies which provide an opportunity to analyze real life corporate problems.
Projects which provide an opportunity to students to work in groups and develop their team skills along with studying the subject.
Guest lectures where experts from the industry share their valuable knowledge and experience.
Industrial visits which expose students to witness the actual functioning of corporate organization.
Role plays which help students simulate real life situations
PGDM program consists of 6 terms, of which 3 are in the first year and 3 in the second year. On completion of the first year (3 terms), student has to undertake Summer Internship Project for 08 to 12 weeks. In the first 2 terms of the first year all the courses are compulsory. During third term of first year, there are 2 compulsory courses and 1 elective courses from either Marketing Management; or Corporate Finance; or Banking & Financial Services; or Human Resource Management; or Operations Management; or Entrepreneurship Development; Business Analytics and a compulsory Summer Workshop. In the fourth and the fifth term of second year, student has to do few compulsory courses / number of electives from either Marketing Management; Corporate Finance; Banking & Financial Services; Human Resource Management; Operations Management; Entrepreneurship Development; and Business Analytics and in addition, there will be a few general management compulsory courses. The sixth term consists of Management Project work.
In addition to classroom teaching PGDM program offers a variety of “Self Learning Courses”. Self- Learning Courses do not involve the traditional classroom teaching but a mix of globally accepted certification courses, industry interaction modules and more importantly experiential learning. The student is free to choose one or more of self-learning courses up to 8 credits in the first year and 4 credits in the second year. Self-Learning Courses are explained in a separate syllabus.
The structure of the PGDM program term wise is detailed in Section 2. Few other details about program design are mentioned below.
I. FOUNDATION MODULE:
At the beginning of the PGDM program and prior to commencement a two-week foundation module is conducted. The objective is to integrate and bring at par the students coming from diverse disciplines and background. The Foundation Module covers:
a. Basics of Accounting
b. Basics of Mathematics and Statistics
All the courses, except the foundation module and summer workshop, carry 4 credits each. The summer workshop carries 2 credits and the foundation module is a non-credit module.
Evaluation Criteria :
We follow the system of continuous evaluation of student performance during the term. This includes class tests, surprise tests, assignments, projects, presentations, etc.