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Program and Pedagogy


PGDM TRIPLE SPECIALIZATION
To impart to the students multi-tasking skills to become effective all round managers capable of taking up any challenge in a business environment with domain specializations like finance, marketing, HR and Systems.
Course Structure
TERM - I

TERM - IV

111

MANAGEMENT THEORY AND PRACTICE

241

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

112

MICRO ECONOMICS

242

ELECTIVE PAPER – I

113

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND ANALYSIS

243

ELECTIVE PAPER – II

114

QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES

244

ELECTIVE PAPER – III

115

MARKETING MANAGEMENT – I

245

ELECTIVE PAPER – IV

116

LEGAL ASPECTS OF BUSINESS & CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

246

ELECTIVE PAPER – V

117

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

247

IT FOR MANAGERS II (WORK SHOP)

WS1

COMPANY PROFILE PRESENTATION

WS4

COMPANY REVIEW SESSION

TERM – II

TERM - V

121

IT FOR MANAGERS - I

251

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

122

MARKETING MANAGEMENT – II

252

ELECTIVE PAPER – VI

123

MACRO ECONOMICS

253

ELECTIVE PAPER – VII

124

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT – I

254

ELECTIVE PAPER – VIII

125

OPERATIONS RESEARCH

255

ELECTIVE PAPER – IX

126

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

256

ELECTIVE PAPER – X

127

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT - I              

WS5

HBR ARTICLE REVIEW SESSION

WS2

BOOK REVIEW SESSION

 

 

TERM - III

TERM - VI

131

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT – II

261

PROJECT MANAGEMENT /BUSINESS PLAN

132

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT – II

OTHER CREDIT COURSES

 

1.        INDUSTRY INTERNSHIP PROJECT

2.        SPECIALIZATION PROJECT

3.        ENGLISH AND PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT

4.        ORACLE (OPTIONAL)

5.        FOREIGN LANGUAGE (OPTIONAL)

133

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

134

MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING

135

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

136

BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS

137

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

WS3

INDUSTRY PROFILE/FACTS PRESENTATION

 
ELECTIVES
FINANCE

HUMAN RESOURCES MGMT

MARKETING

OPERATIONS AND IT

BANKING AND ALLIED SERVICES

 

1.     STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

2.     IAPM/SAPM

3.     RISK MANAGEMENT AND DERIVATIVES

4.     CAPITAL MARKETS

5.     MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES

6.     INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

7.     PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF BANKING

8.     CORPORATE VALUATION

9.     PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING

10.   HEDGING USING DERIVATIVES (CURRENCY, COMMODITY, FIXED INCOME AND INTEREST RATE)

 

1.      PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

2.      HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

3.      TALENT MANAGEMENT

4.      COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT

5.      INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND LABOR LAWS

6.      LEADERSHIP AND CHANGE

7.      MANAGING DIVERSITY

8.      PSYCHOMETRICS

9.      HUMAN RESOURCE ACCOUNTING

10.   BUSINESS ETIQUETTES

 

1.      CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR

2.      INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS

3.      PRODUCT AND BRAND MANAGEMENT

4.      CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT

5.      SERVICES MARKETING

6.      FIELD SALES MANAGEMENT

7.      BUSINESS TO BUSINESS MARKETING

8.      RETAILING AND VISUAL MERCHANDISING

9.      INTERNET MARKETING

10.   INTERNATIONAL MARKETING

 

 

1.     SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

2.     ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

3.     DATA WAREHOUSING & DATA MINING

4.     BUSINESS ANALYSIS

5.     UNIFIED MODELING LANGUAGE

6.     OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING

7.     STRATEGIC OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

8.     SERVICE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

9.     TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT

10.  BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE & FUNDAMENTALS OF BUSINESS ANALYTICS

11.  BUSINESS ANALYTIC TOOLS

12.  REPORT ANALYSIS AND WRITING

 

1.     MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES

2.     COMMODITIES MARKET

3.     INSURANCE - I

4.     INSURANCE - II

5.     BANKING - I

6.     BANKING - II

7.     PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING

8.     SECURITIES MARKET

9.     MUTUAL FUNDS

10.  INTERNATIONAL BANKING




PGDM BIFAASThis course is designed for the candidates who wish to make careers in financial sector as the course contains lot of specialized financial inputs.

Course Structure

TERM – I

TERM - IV

111

MANAGEMENT THEORY AND ORGANIZATION BEHAVIOR

241

PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING AND WEALTH MGT.

112

MICRO ECONOMICS

242

SECURITIES ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MGT.

113

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND ANALYSIS

243

RISK AND TREASURY MANAGEMENT IN BANKS

114

QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES

244

TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT IN BANKS

115

BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AND INDIAN FIN. SYSTEM

245

ENTERPRISE RESOURCES PLANNING

116

LEGAL ASPECTS OF BUSINESS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

246

INSURANCE PRODUCTS

117

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

WS4

ORACLE (WORK SHOP)

WS1

COMPANY PROFILE PRESENTATION

 

 

TERM – II

TERM - V

121

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

251

INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

122

MARKETING MANAGEMENT

252

STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

123

MACRO ECONOMICS

253

DERIVATIVES

124

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

254

INTERNATIONAL BANKING

125

OPERATIONS RESEARCH

255

MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING OF FIN. SERVICES

126

BANKING LAW AND OPERATIONS

256

INSURANCE OPERATIONS

127

RISK MANAGEMENT AND INSURANCE

WS5

BUSINESS PLAN

WS2

ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT (WORK SHOP)

 

 

TERM – III

TERM - VI

131

CAPITAL MARKETS AND INSTRUMENTS

261

AUDIT AND CONTROL SYSTEMS IN BANKS

132

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

262

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

133

CREDIT MANAGEMENT IN BANKS

263

MANAGEMENT OF INSURANCE BUSINESS

134

MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING

WS6

FIN. ENGINEERING AND ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS

135

PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF INSURANCE

 

 

136

BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS

 

 

137

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

 

 

WS3

FINANCIAL MODELLING (WORK SHOP)

 

 

 

PGDM Global BusinessThe course is for students who are multi skilled, who can transfer their skills and expertise seamlessly across countries and continents and exploit the huge potential and opportunities  that exist in the present globalized world.
Course Structure
TERM – I

TERM - IV

111

PRINCIPLES & PRACTICES OF MANAGEMENT

241

CONTEMPORARY GLOBAL BUSINESS LAWS                                                                                           & CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

112

QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES - I

242

GLOBAL MARKETING

113

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND ANALYSIS            

243

PROJECT             MANAGEMENT

114

MICRO ECONOMICS

244

INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

115

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING - I

245

ELECTIVE - I

116

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

246

ERP

117

LEGAL ASPECTS OF BUSINESS & CORPORATE         GOVERNANCE

WS4

COMPANY REVIEW SESSION

WS1

COMPANY PROFILE PRESENTATION

 

 

TERM – II

TERM - V

121

ORGANIZATION BEHAVIOR

251

GLOBAL BANKING                          

122

MARKETING MANAGEMENT

252

GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP      

123

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

253

GLOBAL CORPORATE COMMUNICATION

124

GLOBAL ECONOMICS

254

GLOBAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

125

BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

255

ELECTIVE - II                        

126

OPERATION RESEARCH

256

GLOBAL FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INVESTMENTS

127

INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING STANDARDS

WS5

INDUSTRY REVIEW SESSION    

WS2

BOOK REVIEW SESSION                            

 

 

TERM – III

TERM - VI

131

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

261

DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT

132

GLOBAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

262

INTALLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS    

133

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

OTHER CREDIT COURSES

 

1.       INDUSTRY INTERNSHIP PROJECT

2.       SPECIALIZATION PROJECT

3.       ENGLISH AND PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT

4.       ORACLE (OPTIONAL)

5.       FOREIGN LANGUAGE (OPTIONAL)

134

BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS

135

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

136

NEGOTIATION SKILLS

137

EXPORT – IMPORT DOCUMENTATION AND PROCEDURES

WS3

ARTICLE REVIEW SESSION

 

ELECTIVE I: ANY ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING

ELECTIVE II: ANY ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING

1.       FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT

2.       GLOBAL RETAILING MANAGEMENT

3.       GLOBAL MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS

1.       EMERGING ECONOMIES

2.       GLOBAL SERVICES MANAGEMENT

3.       GLOBAL STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

4.       INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT



PEDAGOGYTrimester ModelThe PGDM courses are offered under a trimester model. This allows students to undergo more courses, have increased opportunities to learn from various teaching methods and also to perform well with intensive study.

The PGDM programmes operate through a combination of seminars, presentations, case studies, tutorials, lectures, term papers and project work. Some are designed to assist in topping up a professional qualification, while others are reflective in approach, allowing greater emphasis to industrial exposure through industrial visits. A two months intensive industry internship program at a corporate house is taken up by every student of PGDM – BIFAAS, Global Business and Triple specialization. In addition to Industry internship, every student required to undergo an academic project in his/her respective specialization.