About the Programme
The mission is to transform the students’ future by creating opportunity for them. Centre for business management have been offering post graduate diploma in management for the last twenty five years. The programme is approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India) in 1993 and is also accredited by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) for equivalence with an MBA. The programme helps students to acquire not only new skills, techniques and knowledge of key business areas, such as, Strategic Management, Finance, Marketing, Operations, Business Ethics and HR, but also to integrate and interlink these concepts to an enterprise level.In order to attain this goal, we combine a rich stimulating environment, experienced faculty and unparalleled corporate connections where students, managers and researchers come together with latest business thinking and engage with industry, society and academia. A diversified student body that comes to BIMTECH from all states of India enhances learning. BIMTECH is proud of its links with other well-known business schools worldwide. The PGDM students are also benefited from our state-of-the-art management learning laboratory with online resources and database.PGDM curricula have been developed keeping in mind business and management with a strong emphasis on the practical aspects of management and on sharing life experiences keeping ethics with values paramount. The curricula are revised almost every year in response to dynamic changes in the business environment. We seek guidance from leading industry professionals and academicians in this regard. We provide team and partnership spirit in order to inculcate entrepreneurship and leadership skills in our students in their pursuit of personal, social and professional values and creativity while on their journey towards actualising their potential.Post Graduate Diploma in Management has demonstrated its excellence in fulfilling its objective of the Business and Social community in education, research and consultancy in all the functional areas of management. CBM strives to train students to be capable executives equipped with the skills and knowledge of management and also nurture them to be good human beings.
The core culture of the Institute to build the confidence, courage, knowledge, transparency, and good practices is imbibed by all the departments. Thus, all the associates including faculty, students and alumni contribute to establish excellence in all walks of life. The constant updating of the courses and also the re-structuring of the curriculum as per the industry standards is a regular practice for obtaining the best fit in the present knowledge economy. Students are trained to achieve flexibility in thinking in order to select optimally from among several options under severe time pressure.
The Centre follows the fundamental principle of partnership with the business community.
To realize this mission, it has the support of excellent industry interaction for real time learning and sharing of practices.
Programme-Goals and objectives
On attaining graduation, every students shall be able:
Learning Goal: Effective Business Communication Skills
PLG1: Upon completion of the programme every student shall be able to demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills
PILO 1 : Develop professional quality business documents
PILO 2 : Deliver professional quality business presentations
PILO 3: Demonstrate effective interpersonal Communication skills in a team setting.
PLG2: Upon completion of the programme every student shall be able to evaluate and solve business problems
PILO 4 : Understand the problem by identifying the sources
PILO 5: Propose possible solutions to the problem
PLG3: Upon completion of the programme every student shall be able to understand ethical business issues
PILO 4 : Understand the problem by identifying the sources
PILO 6 : Develop right perspective on business ethics
PLG4: Upon completion of the programme every student shall be able to understand global business issues
PILO 7: Understand the dynamics of global business environment
PILO 8: Understand entrepreneurship (M2/M4)
PLG5: Upon completion of the programme every student shall be able to demonstrate collaborative skills
PILO 9: Understand the key dynamics of work groups and leadership skills
PILO 10: Operate effectively in teams to solve business problems
PGDM Programme Structure:
Academic, experiential and transformational learning environment of two-year full time programme is provided through 6-trimester system with six to eight weeks internship project at the end of the first year followed by a viva. The structure is designed to provide choice to select specialisation in the discipline of marketing, finance, human resources and operations.
Under the ’Thought Leadership Series’, eminent guest speakers from different domain space are invited to share their experiences with the students. The programme offers the great learning experience of students’ participation in conferences, seminar, summits & workshops.
In order to assess the knowledge & skill of each student “Comprehensive Viva-Voce’ (CVV) is conducted at the end of I & II trimesters just before the examinations.
The above programme structure has been designed to meet the academic rigour and industry needs. It may be modified depending up on the reviews and suggestions given by the Academic Council based on the industry requirements.
PGDM full time two-year programme offered by the centre are designed on the principles that create proper balance of theory and practice needed to aid managerial skill formation for effective decision-making and problem solving in a globalised environment. The class room interaction is a combination of lecture and case based methods emphasizing on self-leaning. The programme is divided in to six trimesters. During the first two trimesters, the students are provided extensive teaching in a number of core courses. From third trimester onwards till six trimesters, the students are required to complete core as well as elective courses. Students pursue their special interests in-depth through a specialization offered by the programme. During April through June, students are required to undertake a Summer Internship Project (SIP).During the six trimesters, besides three core courses, students are required to submit winter dissertation under the supervision of a mentor. During the two-year programme, 1250 hours of class room teaching is provided along with extra and co-curriculum activities that are parts of the programme.
Apart from above, students enrolled in the programme are part of the student bodies drawn from all other programmes of the institute. The student conduit comprises of members from six committees i.e. Discipline Committee, Mess Committee, Newsletter Committee, Media Committee, Cultural Committee and Sports Committee. These conduits not only apprise students of latest developments in their respective fields but also engage them in organizing various activities.
The programme design, the curriculum structure is expediently planned and drafted trimester-wise and reflects vision & mission of the institute. Further, it also consists of all important areas of specialization that will be available to the students during the full course of this programme. This is to train high caliber professionals who devote themselves to effective management of an organization by achieving excellence with values. The main goal of the PGDM programme is to provide learning environment to students and working executives to become leaders and entrepreneurs in the face of global competition. The maximum number of applicants admitted to this programme is currently 240. The programme enables the participants to understand current business challenges and prepares them with the aid of updated technologies and advanced pedagogy to successfully face global business demand.
List of Core Courses
|Subject & Code||Credit||Teaching Hours||Tutorial Hours||Total Hours|
|A||1||Trimester – 0|
|IM-999 Immersion Course (Common for all Programmes)||4||56||56|
|(Basic Accounting); (Excel);(Statistics) & (Economics)|
|B||Trimester – I|
|1||DM-101 Financial Accounting||3||30||5||35|
|2||DM-102 Experiential Learning I||3||30||5||35|
|3||DM-103 Information Systems Management for Business||3||30||5||35|
|4||DM-104 Managerial Economics||4||40||5||45|
|5||DM-105 Marketing Management-I||4||40||5||45|
|6||DM-106 Managing Self And Career-I||3||30||30|
|7||DM-107 Organizational Behaviors||4||40||5||45|
|8||DM-108 Responsible Business||4||40||5||45|
|9||DM-109 Statistics For Business Analysis||4||40||5||45|
|Tutorial classes of 5 hours each for six core courses||30|
|C||Trimester – II|
|10||DM-201 Business Communication- I||4||40||40|
|11||DM-202 Experiential Learning II||4||40||5||45|
|12||DM-203 Human Resource Management||3||30||5||35|
|14||DM-205 Management Science||3||30||5||35|
|15||DM-206 Managerial Accounting||4||40||5||45|
|16||DM-207 Marketing Management -II||3||30||5||35|
|17||DM-208 Managing Self and Career II||4||40||5||45|
|18||DM-209 Operations Management||4||40||5||45|
|Tutorial classes of 5 hours each for six core courses except BC-I||30|
|D||Trimester – III|
|19||DM-301 Business Communication- II||4||40||40|
|20||DM-302 Business Sustainability||3||30||5||35|
|21||DM-303 Corporate Finance||3||30||5||35|
|22||DM-304 Design Thinking||3||30||5||35|
|23||DM-305 Experiential Learning III||3.5||35||5||40|
|24||DM-306 Global Business Environment||3.5||35||5||40|
|25||DM-307 Managing Self and Career||3.5||35||5||40|
|26||DM-308 Research Methodology||3.5||35||5||40|
|Tutorials 5 hours each for Corporate Finance, Operations Management, Global Business Environment, Legal Aspect of Business and three specializations||35|
|Three specialization courses||9||90||15||105|
|E||Trimester – IV|
|27||DM-401 Business Innovation and Growth Strategy||3||30||30|
|28||DM-402 Strategic Management||3||30||30|
|29||DM-403 Legal Aspects of Business||4||40||40|
|Tutorials 5 hours each for Supply chain Management & four specializations||25|
|4 Specialization courses||12||120||20||140|
|F||Trimester – V|
|30||DM-501 Business of Financial Inclusion||3||30||30|
|31||DM-502 Capstone Simulation||9||90||15||105|
|32||DM-503 Introduction of ERP||3||30||30|
|33||DM-501 Supply Chain Management||3||30||30|
|Specialization (To select 3 Subject)||15|
|G||Trimester – VI|
|34||Knowledge Enhancement courses (To select two)||6||30||60|
|35||a. DM-601 Ease of Doing Business in India|
|36||b. DM-602 Element of Basic Econometrics|
|c. DM-603 Globalization and Business Growth|
|d. DM-604 Knowledge Management|
|e. DM-605 Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship|
Learning starts with the Foundation Programme in order to bring all students who have joined the programme are at par in terms of knowledge in Statistics, Mathematics, Economics, Accounting, Principles & Practices of Management and Basic operational understanding of Power Point and Excel.Keeping learning objectives of the course in mind, detailed course plan is designed so as ensure adequate academic rigour. The learning rigour, besides lecture mode, is brought in to a particular course through methods. Adoption of a method depends on the requirement of the course
- Case Studies
- Management Simulation Assignments
- Short-term Live Projects
- Panel Discussion
- Field Research work
- Management games
- Industry Visit
- Meditation & Yoga
- Exposure to team work
The evaluation is based on the continuous internal evaluation and end-term assessment.