PUNE Mulshi Campus

Mulshi Group of Institute
Gat No. 237-243
Near Malhar Machi Resort
Sambhave Tal Mulshi
Pune 412108
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PGDM

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)

Course Timeline:

MGI PGDM program is ideal for students aiming to develop illustrious career and wish to seek promising opportunities.


Learning Program:

Competency driven learning program at MGI blends concept, theories and information with development of cognitive, social, emotional and leadership competencies. Post Graduate Program at MGI is spread over six trimesters that includes classroom learning, action oriented development and clearly focused culture and values.


Teaching Methodology:

At MGI, multiple teaching methods are3 used. Lectures, case analysis, group projects, business simulations, management games. Live assignments, syndicates etc. form the core of the learning program. Students are divided into groups of 10-12 for syndicates and 5-6 for group projects in each course. The program structure is developed in such a manner that it strikes a perfect balance between conceptual and practical skills. It fosters the development of the following competencies essential for today’s competitive environment.

  • Professionalism
  • Business analytical skills
  • Decision making skills
  • Positive attitude
  • Pro-activeness
  • Leadership skills

Summer Internship:

Summer internship is a requisite part of MGI curriculum which helps the students to gain experience thereby enhancing their knowledge, understanding of management problem, operational issues and functioning of the corporate. The duration of summer internship program is around 8-10 weeks.


Dissertation:

The dissertation is included in the course to make an in-depth study in order to conceptualize and analyze the different aspects of managerial studies.


Foundation Courses:

MGI has introduced a foundation course which ensures that the students have a proficiency level in the fundamental analytical skills which are required for any business manager. It includes IT skills, Mathematics, Accountancy and Communication Skills.


Workshops:

The module aims to inculcate soft skills and competencies like leadership skills, professionalism, team spirit and problem solving skills, application of concepts, pro-activeness and make students rock solid professionals ready to combat all challenges.


Tutorials:

There are small groups where topical and contemporary issues are discussed and analyzed. Concepts and business models are included in each course.


Self-Study:

Study groups are the perfect place to find new learning perspective under faculty guidance. By joining a study group, you will have ample opportunity to observe a wide variety of study methods in action. In addition, you can contribute in other study members learning.


Guided Self-Study:

The objective of Guided Self Study is to develop student’s skill and competence in the subject under consideration. It develops conceptual understanding of the subject and students are able to articulate thoughts cogently. The student can choose to follow topics/modules of his/her choice (after seeking faculty approval). The faculty and the student must agree on well-developed plan to complete the topics/modules with certain set of evaluations. This study represents about 20-30 days of full-time work (with time flexibility) for the student with regular supervision sessions to monitor the progress of the study. Guided Self Study is one of the preferred methods to find new learning perspectives.


Grading System:

Grading follows the systems of 6 quality points. The quality points used on the graduation evaluation scale are as below:

Grades A+ A B+ B C+ C F
Quality Points 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Range of Marks >78 77-72 71-66 65-60 59-54 53-48 < 48

Core Courses

  • • Marketing Management
  • • Marketing Decision Making
  • • Operational Financing decisions
  • • Human Resource Management – I
  • • Human Resources Management – II
  • • Organization Behavior
  • • Production and Operations Management – I
  • • Production and Operations Management – II
  • • Quantitative Techniques
  • • Managerial Economics – I
  • • Managerial Economics – II
  • • Business Communication
  • • Marketing decision Making
  • • Financial Management
  • • Business Law
  • • Digitalization of Business
  • • Business Reporting and Presentation
  • • Business Research Methodology
  • • Business Environment
  • • Business Strategy and Policy
  • • Organizational Leadership
  • • Entrepreneurship
  • • Business Analytics
  • • Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
  • • Management Information system

Foundation Course

  • • IT for Managers
  • • Financial Accounting

Elective Courses

For each of the PGDM Program, a student have to select courses equivalent to 60 credit points in any of the following combination:
  • • Marketing with Finance
  • • Finance with Marketing
  • • Marketing with Media and Communication
  • • Marketing/Finance/HR with supply Chain and Operations Management (only for Engineers)
  • • Human Resource with Marketing
  • • Marketing with Health Care Management
  • • Marketing with Social Sector Management
The evaluation of a student will depends upon these parameters
Evaluation Criteria for the Program
  • • Marketing
  • • Quizzes, Assignments, Live Projects, Case Analysis, Comprehensive Viva – 70% End Term Examination – 30%
  • Area-wise Proposed Elective Courses

    • Marketing
    • • Marketing Research
    • • Sales and Distribution
    • • Product and Brand Management
    • • Service Marketing
    • • B2B Marketing
    • • Consumer Behavior
    • • Retail Management
    • • Lifestyle retailing
    • • Marketing of Financial Services
    • • Integrated Marketing Communication
    • • International Marketing
    • • Digital Marketing
    • • Customer Relationship Management
    • • Mall Management
    • • Retail Branding
    • • Rural Marketing
    • • Advance Social Marketing
    • • Strategic Marketing
    • Finance
    • • Corporate Finance
    • • Financial Markets and Services
    • • Banking Management
    • • Financial statement Analysis
    • • Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
    • • International finance
    • • Fixed Income Securities
    • • Financial Planning and Wealth Management
    • • Derivatives Options and Futures
    • • Financial Modeling
    • • Investment Banking
    • • Corporate Taxation
    • • Behavioral Finance
    • • Strategic Financial Management
    • • Treasury Management
    • • Alternative Investment and Hedging
    • • Securitization
    • • Credit Risk and Rating Management
    • • Development Economics
    • • Human Resource and Industrial Relations
    • • Training and Development
    • • Performance Management Systems
    • • Competency Based Recruitment
    • • Executive Compensation
    • • Industrial Relations
    • • Labor Laws – I
    • • Organizational Change and Development
    • • Trade Unions and Collective Bargaining
    • • Wages and Salary Administration
    • • Talent Management
    • • Industrial Discipline
    • • Labor Laws- II
    • • Career Planning and Development
    • • HR Analytics
    • • Strategic HRM
    • • Labor Law – III
    • • Assessment Center and Development Center
    • • Change Management
    • • Developing work Ethic
    • • Incentives and Productivity
    • • Grievance Management
    • • Global HRM
    • • Negotiation skills
    • • Assertiveness Training
    • • HR Issues in Mergers and Acquisition
    • • Advance Human Resource Planning
    • • Diversity Management
    • Advance SCOM and Systems
    • • Supply Chain Management
    • • Inventory Management
    • • Warehousing and Material Handling
    • • Land, Sea and Air Logistics
    • • Procurement and vendor Management
    • • Total Quality Management
    • • Pricing and Revenue Management
    • • Theory of Constraints
    • • Enterprise Resource Planning
    • • Logistics and Distribution Management
    • • Project Management
    • • Global Supply Chain Management
    • • Risk Management in Supply Chain
    • • Supply Chain Modeling
    • • Waste Management
    • Media and Communication
    • • Introduction to Mass Communication
    • • Introduction to Graphics and Designing
    • • Introduction to Photography
    • • Verbal and Written Communication
    • • Content Development
    • • Introduction to Videography
    • • Form of Narrative
    • • Event Management
    • • Media Laws
    • • Advertising
    • • Visual Communication
    • • Research Methodology
    • • Media Planning
    • • Public Relations
    • • Journalism
    • • Digital media
    • • Radio
    • • Current Affairs
    • • News Writing and Reporting
    • • International Journalism
    • • Broadcast Journalism
    • • Documentary Production
    • • Video Editing
    • • Development Communication
    • • Integrated Marketing Communication
    • • Digital Marketing
    • • Consumer Behavior
    • • Media Operations and Management
    • • Marketing Research
    • • Retail Marketing
    • • Direct Marketing
    • • Brand Marketing
    • Health Care Management
    • • Health Economics
    • • Biostatistics
    • • Hospital Planning and Design
    • • Marketing of Health Care Services
    • • Health Law, Ethics and Regulations
    • • Managed Care
    • • Health Care Information System
    • • Quality Management in Health Care
    • • Health Care Operations and Supply Chain Management
    • • Strategic management in Health Care
    • Social Sector Management
    • • Introduction to Social Sector Management
    • • Social Marketing
    • • Financial Management of Social Ventures
    • • Sustainable Development and Social Ventures
    • • Social Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal
    • • Advocacy and Government Relations
    • • Fund Raising Management
    • • Diversity and Conflict Resolution
    • • Social Development and Public Policy