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PGDM (Post Graduate Diploma in Management)
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The Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) is an AICTE approved program offered by SIESCOMS, addressing the need for multi-faceted, multi-skilled managers who are capable of handling complex situations and are quick to adapt to change.

The PGDM is a 24-month full time program covered over four semesters and offers students a dual specialization (major / minor) ensuring that they are thoroughly skilled in at least onefunctional area while having more than a fundamental working knowledge of another. The PGDM course seeks to enhance the students’ learning by offering knowledge-building projects in each semester, while fine-tuning their leadership, communication and inter-personal skills.

A 2-week induction course is conducted for all the participants. The objective of this capsule is to ensure that all the students start off at the same level in terms of the minimum knowledge required to grasp the forthcoming lectures.


Mission for the Program:

  • Imparting quality and holistic education for developing business managers and socially responsible citizens.

Highlights:

  • Contemporary syllabus updated every year through a panel of experts
  • Foundation module at the beginning of the program (convergence module)
  • Specializations offered in finance, marketing, OB & HR, and systems (specialization in operations offered if the number of students opting for the same exceeds ten)
  • Facility of dual specialization or career-focused project
  • Many unique electives like Journalism, Indian culture & heritage, etc. (proposed from this academic year) with a view to develop holistic personality among the students
  • High corporate integration in terms of teaching by visiting faculty, Saturday corporate interaction series and concurrent projects
  • Leadership trait development program (soft skill oriented inputs)
  • Personality development programs
  • Yoga & Meditation programs
  • Foreign language (Business German) as the optional subject
  • Excellent placement track record (both summer as well as final)
  • Compulsary electives on “NGO Management” and “Business Ethics” offered as a part of the syllabus.
  •  Students to constantly undertake research activity to sharpen analytical skills.

PGDM Course Outline

First Year

Semester 1 Semester 2
» Financial and Cost Accounting » Human Resource Management
» General Management » Advanced Marketing Management
» Legal aspects of Business » Decision science
» Managerial Communication-I » Financial Management
» Managerial Economics » Macro Economics
» Marketing Management » Management Accounting
» Organizational Behaviour » Managerial Communication-II
» Research methodology » Operations Management
» Statistics for Management » Strategic Management
» Corporate Taxation » Business Awareness
» Introduction to Operations Management  
» Corporate Social Responsibility  
  Value Adds
  »Soft Skill Enhancement
  »Corporate Interactions
  »Skill Linked Immersion Programmes

SUMMER TRAINING

This is an exclusive two months training programme at the end of the First year. It is the first chance for the students to actually relate all the classroom discussions and theoretical education with the practical corporate arena. On a number of occasions new solutions, new definitions or new approaches to various existing problems are offered by students in their area of specializations.


Second Year

Marketing Semester 3 Marketing Semester 4
» B2B Marketing and CRM » Social Media Marketing
» Brand Management » Advanced Brand Management
» Integrated Marketing communication » Marketing of Non-Profit Organization
» Brand Management » Special Studies/Projects
» Marketing strategy  
» Quantitative Models in Marketing  
» Retail Management  
» Rural Marketing  
» Logistics and Supply Chain Management  
» Consumer and Industrial Buying Behaviour  
»  Sales and Distribution Management  
Finance Semester 3 Finance Semester 4
» Advanced Financial Management » Commodities and Derivatives
» Derivatives » Stressed Asset Management
» International Finance » Financial Modeling
» Project Finance » Special Studies/Projects
» Portfolio Management & Security Analysis  
» Risk & Insurance  
» Quantitative Models in Finance  
» Sales and Marketing of Financial Services  
» Strategic Cost Management  
» Valuation  
» Banking and Insurance  
» Financial Markets and Derivatives  
Human Resources Semester 3 Human Resources Semester 4
» Compensation and Benefits » International Human Resource Management
» Competency and Performance Management » Change Management
» Human Resource planning and HR Audit » Counselling and Mentoring
» Introduction to Industrial relation and Labour Welfare » Special Studies/Projects
»  Organization Development  
» Organization Theory and Organization Structure  
» Psychometric Testing  
» Training and Development  
» Labour Laws  
Operations Specialization Semester 3 Operations Specialization Semester 4
» Logistics and Supply Chain Management » Service Operations Management
» Materials Management » Operations outsourcing and Offshoring
» Operations Planning and Control » Special Studies/Projects
» Operations Analytics  
» Productivity Management  
   
Systems Semester 3 Systems Semester 4
» Database Management Systems and Data warehousing » Strategic Information Technology Management
» Enterprise Management System » Special Studies/Projects
» Big Data and Business Analytics  
» Knowledge Management  
» Software Engineering  
» Cloud Computing and Virtualization  

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Student Related Information (2017-18)
Data regarding approved intake and number of students admitted
  • Approved intake: 120
  • Number of students admitted: 120
Segregation of students admitted based on the educational qualification and prior work experience
  • Educational qualification:
Engineering Bachelor of Management Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science Others
44 21 41 3 10 17
  • Work experience:
Fresher (work experience upto 6 months) More than 6 months and upto 1 year More than 1 year and upto 2 years More than 2 years
99 7 9 5
  • Data regarding students passing the 1st year & 2nd year students (PGDM program)
Year Number of students admitted Number of students passed
First 120 120 Batch (2017-19)
Second 120 120 Batch (2016-18)
Retention Rate : 100%
  • Placement records of the outgoing students 
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Student Related Information (previous years)
 

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