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PGDM

Quality Learning with Best PGDM Institute in Pune | Mulshi Group of Institutes

 

 

Aims to Develop

  • Contemporary knowledge base
  • Business analysis and information based decision making skill
  • Thinking, articulation and communication ability
  • Attitude, personality, and leadership ability
  • Interpersonal and team working skill
  • Aspirations, sense of self- responsibility and inner drive to succeed

World Class Education

The Institute encompasses a wide span of specialist areas, including Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, Industrial Relations and Retail Management. Highly Accomplished professors and corporate professionals support each of these specialist areas. Research Expertise forms the foundation for teaching in the Institute and is a source of innovation and dynamism that informs the teaching process. Faculty who are working at the frontiers of their subjects draw upon relevant well-researched business examples and cases.
Distinguished visiting professors and corporate professional leaders enrich the teaching learning process. The Post Graduate Programmes are highly vocationally relevant and are based on a rigourous analytical approach. Student learning driven methodologies, provide a sound basis for career  development in business and various professions.
Mulshi Institute of Retail Management & Mulshi Institute of Business Management are committed to quality assurance and enhancement. The contents of all the programmes of study are developed to ensure their excellence and are comparable to anywhere in the world.

Teaching & Assessment

Teaching and assessment methods at Mulshi Institute of Retail Management & Mulshi Institute of Business Management aim at creating participant driven learning environment that encourages students to take greater initiative and responsibility for their learning, that is enjoyable and stimulating. Teaching programme will be completed & divided in six trimesters over two years.

Teaching Methods

Faculty will use multiple teaching methodologies. Case analysis, project groups, business simulations & games, home assignments, lectures and syndicates will form the core of teaching learning programme at MIRM & MIBM
Core programme will be taught in class size of 50-60 students. Students will be divided in 15-20 groups for syndicate and 6-8 for group project in each course.
In addition, they will be required to complete individual assignment. MIRM & MIBM programme is very demanding, and will require very high level of self – responsibility, personal commitment and self- discipline to complete home study to support lectures and class discussions.

Assessment

Assessment at MIRM & MIBM will aim at reinforcing and encouraging student learning process. Multiple assessments will be carries out periodically, including surprise quizzes, and written individual & group assignments for both core and elective courses.
To be awarded the PG Diploma students will be required to pass all the courses at a standard defined by instructors and earn cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of on a Scale of 8 over two years. Exceptional performances will be awarded medals.

Dissertation

Students will choose a topic for their dissertation project in consultations with their faculty guide. The dissertation will include methods, empirical data analysis and conclusions on the research.

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)

Course Details:

2 year Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) Programmes at Pune –Mulshi

(Approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) )

  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management & Industrial Relations
  • Supply Chain and operations Management
  • Advertising Communication (Media)

The Number of Courses to be taken for the completion of the PGDM programme:

Core Courses Elective Courses Summer Internship Dissertation Total
24 18 01 01 44

 

Core Courses

• Quantitative Techniques I & II
• Management Information System & ERP
• Strategic Management
• Business Law
• Entrepreneurship
• Business Ethics & Corporate Governance
• Business Environment
• Professional Leadership Programme
• Business Research Methods
• Management Information System & ERP
• Strategic Management
• Business Law
• Entrepreneurship
• Business Ethics & Corporate Governance
• Business Environment
• Professional Leadership Programme

Foundation Course

• IT for Managers (Foundation Course)
• Financial Accounting (Foundation Course)

Elective Courses

For each of the PGDM Programmes, a student is to do concentration in two areas. One of the areas of concentration is to be from the following:
• Marketing
• Finance
• Human Resource Management
A student is to select the second area of concentration from the following provided.
He/She did not take that area for the first area of concentration. concentration.While selecting the areas of concentrationand choosing the electives, a student should select these based on his/her career choices.
• Marketing
• Finance
• Human Resource Management
• Industrial Relations
The elective courses in the above mentioned seven areas are given next.
A student is to take at least 6 courses in each area of concentration. Beside the 12 Courses for two areas of concentration, a student can choose the remaining 6 elective courses across different areas of concentration.

Marketing :
• Sales & Distribution Management
• Services Marketing
• Consumer Behaviour
• Integrated Marketing Communication
• Product & Brand Management
• B-to-B Marketing
• Customer Relationship Management
• International Marketing
• Rural Marketing
• Digital Marketing
• Retail Management
• Strategic Marketing Management
• Advanced Marketing Research
• Marketing Models

Finance :
• Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
• Financial Markets & Services
• Derivatives, Options & Futures
• Corporate Finance
• Banking Management
• International Finance
• Management Control System
• Corporate Taxation
• Investment Banking
• Strategic Financial Management
• Financial Modelling
• Project Finance & Capital Budgeting
• Working Capital Management
• Fixed Income Securities
• Behavioral Finance
• Mergers & Acquisitions

Human Resource Management :
• Training & Development
• Organizational Change & Development
• Assessment Center & Development
• Performance Management System
• Executive Compensation & Personal Taxation
• Recruitment & Selection
• Competency-Based Recruitment
• Global HRM
• Human Resource Information System
• Strategic Human Resource Management
• HR & Manpower Planning

Industrial Relations:
• Labour laws I, II & III
• Collective Bargaining & Trade Unions
• Wage Compensation & Welfare Management
• Grievance Management
• Industrial Psychology
• Industrial Discipline
• Industrial Relations: A New Perspective

PGPSCOM Core Courses

• Marketing Management
• Quantitative Techniques I & II
• Managerial Economics I & II
• Business Communication
• Introduction to Supply Chain Management
• Operations Management
• Financial Management
• Business Research Methods
• Strategy Management
• Business Law & Corporate Ethics
• Economic Business Environment
• Theory of Constraints & Flexible Manufacturing
• Distribution Management
• Enterprise Resource Planning
• Cost Accounting
• E-Business
• World Class Computer Integrated Manufacturing
• Supply Chain Modeling, Design & Performance Measurement
• Flexible Manufacturing System GT
• Retail Supply Chain Management
• Sea, Land and Air Logistics
• Total Productive Maintenance
• Purchase & Sourcing Management
• Inventory & Warehousing Management
• Total Quality Management
• Service Operations Management
• Operations Research
• Management Information System
• Project Management
• Service Operation Management
• Professional Leadership Program
• IT for Managers (Foundation Course)
• Organisational Behavior (Workshops)

After completion of this Level, a student may take the Specialized Management Level with dual specialization.

PGPSCOM (Specialised Management Level)

Marketing:
• Sales & Distribution Channel Management
• Services Marketing
• Consumer Behavior
• Integrated Marketing Communication
• Product& Brand Management
• B-to-B Marketing
• Customer Relationship Management
• International Marketing
• Rural Marketing
• Digital Marketing
• Strategic Marketing Management
• Advanced Marketing Research

Retail
• Concepts of Retailing
• Retail Stores Management
• Retail Pricing
• Buying & Merchandising
• Supply Chain management in Retail
• Retail Marketing
• HRM in Retail
• Mall Management
• Franchising
• International Retailing
• Store Design & Visual Merchandising
• Retail Operations Management

Advance SCOM &Systems:
• Decision Support Systems & Expert Systems
• Fuzzy Logic and neural network for operations design
• IT for Business : e CRM & SRM
• Statistical thinking & data analysis
• Entrepreneurship& Small Scale 3PL – 4PL Industries Management
• Transportation policy, strategy
• Logistics and transport planning tools & Methods

Internship Programme

A student is to take summer internship of 8-10 weeks in a reputed company at the end of the first three trimesters. The internship provides students an insight of the corporate world.

Dissertation

A student is to take summer internship of 8-10 weeks in a reputed company at the end of the first three trimesters. The internship provides students an insight of the corporate world.