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Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)

Designed to train students to become excellent general managers and high-level-decision-makers with broad strategic vision, this full-time two year residential program views management as an integrated process and helps students develop a global view and respond effectively to changes in the economic, technological, cultural and political environments. Specific skills in areas such as accounting, finance, marketing, operations, and management lie at the heart of the course.

The diploma in management at the Post-Graduate level has a two-tier structure: it consists consists of a core curriculum (compulsory credit courses and compulsory non-credit courses), a summer internship (compulsory industry training between first and second year) and elective courses (optional courses in the second year).The first year is committed to developing business fundamentals through compulsory courses spanning the areas of economics, finance, marketing, operations, systems and behavioural sciences. The second year offers more number of electives than any other B-School in India, the flexibility ensuring that a student never makes a compromise with his desired area of pursuit. Students aspiring to delve deeper into topics can undertake term papers under faculty supervision.

Total Number of Credit Points in PGDM-I and PGDM-II :

For successful completion of the programme, a student must earn a minimum of 93-credit points (excluding term papers) and a maximum of 105-credit points during the course of the programme. This is considering all Compulsory, and Elective Courses at IIMC, STEP Courses and Summer Project (as a compulsory pass/fail Credit Course) as applicable. The term paper(s) are not to be counted for minimum credit requirements.

Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Aided Management (PGDCM)

The objective of the PGDCM Program is to create business professionals who would know how to apply ICT (Information and Communication Technology) in making a difference in business and economy. The diploma in management program is an outcome of the need for weaving a general management program around ICT in order to develop a business curriculum that would train managers for an increasingly global and information-rich future.

Total Number of Credit Points in PGDCM-I and PGDCM-II :

For successful completion of the programme, a student must earn a minimum of 96-credit points (excluding term papers) and a maximum of 108-credit points during the course of the programme. This is considering all Compulsory, and Elective Courses at IIMC, STEP Courses and Summer Project (as a compulsory pass/fail Credit Course) as applicable. The term paper(s) are not to be counted for minimum credit requirements.

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