PGDM GENERAL MANAGEMENT
PGDM General is the crown jewel of the institute. The programme develops the students to begin challenging responsibilities in this constantly changing corporate universe and the community at large with deep-rooted value system. The programme has been advanced in a way to certify the comprehensive development of a mortal so that the student may subsidize fully to the high society and nation in terms of social development and economic.
The programme supports independent and guides scholars to tackle their true potential through industry interface, group exercises, integrated efforts, case studies, experiential learning, research projects, and self-study. An objective of the programme is to:
1. Develop into socially responsible citizen and become excellent and successful managers.
2. Transmit professional education in present-day techniques related to business.
3. Advance understanding of ethics, corporate governance, and corporate social responsibility.
4. Hook up with the undetermined, dynamic and disruptive world.
The Postgraduate Diploma in Management (General) Programme is designed to assure that the management graduates of SSIM develop a cautious blend of specialized knowledge, tactical implementation, strategic thinking, and general management skills. The scholars have to take 21 courses with a social and personal effectiveness lab. Students can also have an opportunity to take a foreign language as an optional course. At the end of the year, the pupil will have summer training.
As part of the course curriculum, every student will have 8-10 weeks of summer training after the third-trimester exams. Also, they will have a project assignment with a company. The project work helps them to have understanding practical liability and relate to the skills which you are acquired in.
PGDM General Syllabus
111. Management and Organizational Behavior
112. Managerial Accounting
113. Business Statistics
114. Managerial Communication – 1
(Business English, Business Communication, PD and BRS)
115. Information Technology for Managers
121. Operations Research
122. Managerial Communication -2
(Business English, Business Communication, PD and Book Review Session )
123. Financial Management
124. Marketing Management –1
125. Managerial Economics
126. Human Resource Management
131. Research Methods
132. Managerial Communication – 3
(Business English, Business Communication, PD and ARS)
133. Operations Management
134. Management Accounting
135. Marketing Management –II
136. Management Information Systems
137. Business Environment & Legal Aspects of Business Experiential Learning
211. Consumer Behaviour
241. Strategic Management
242. Human Resource Development
243. Industrial Relations and Labor Laws
244. Leadership and Change Management
245. Minor –1
246. Sectoral –1
248. Managerial Communication – 4
252. Compensation Management
253. Human Resource Information Systems
255. Minor – 3
256. Sectoral – 2
257. Managerial Communication – 5
231. Law, Ethics & Governance
261. Project Management
262. International Business
263. Ethics and Corporate Governance
Reading the newspaper which are related to marketing topics so as to gain knowledge & to develop the skills which are required for a marketing person.
These skills cover a variety of areas such as the structure of your presentation, the design of your slides, the tone of your voice, and body language you convey.
Case Study Activity
The cases are designed to present typical but specific problems that are likely to arise in today’s world of business, developing as well as testing each student’s ability to explore their analytical skills.
Training is the best way for managers to enhance their ability to inspire and motivate the individual team to achieve outstanding business results. The focus of a first year is a better understanding yourself as a leader and creating a foundation
However, self-confidence cannot be built in you by one night it needs understanding and having faith in you, trust in yourself work hard and you can achieve all your goals
- 2-year program
- Training to each individual
- High-quality learning experiences that are associated with physical classrooms
- Interactive and applied to learn in sectoral context