Toll Free1800-1033-032 Online Application Form
Toll Free1800-1033-032 Online Application Form

About PGDM

Post Graduate Diploma in Management - ABS

2 years full time Post Graduate Diploma in Management ( PGDM), approved by AICTE, Govt. of India

The objective of this Post Graduate Diploma in Management ( PGDM) program is to provide knowledge and deep insight into the dynamic discipline of business management, to enable students to analyze and apply principles and skills of Economics, Finance, Marketing and Human Resource Management to the contexts and environment of business and to equip students to design effective business strategies.

There are several PGDM college in Delhi, but ABS due to its international edge and teaching pedagogy, has been rated as one of the top PGDM college in Delhi.

The 2 year curriculum is divided into 04 semesters, each semester of 06 months duration. This essentially includes teaching, evaluation time and 6-8 weeks of summer internship mandatory to get the diploma. The programme is well structured as it emphasizes on sound foundation of basic concepts. Basic courses are introduced in each functional area of management to help the students in developing a sound foundation. In every functional area of Management modules on IT application are offered. In the first year, 20 compulsory courses and in the second year, 6 compulsory courses are offered. Along with it every student has to choose 12 functional elective courses, for dual specialization. Thus, a total of 38 courses are taught in PGDM programme. The elective courses are offered in the group of four courses to provide in-depth understanding of every functional and industry elective within which a student is specializing. The functional electives are from Marketing, Finance, HR and IT. The detailed list of elective streams is provided as under. It is indicative and is subject to change if required as per the industry requirement.

After completion of year one the student is suppose to undergo Summer Internship Program (SIP) and submit a detail report of SIP/ OJT and in semester-4, students are required to submit an academic project bases on basic or empirical research. The purpose of the same is to give industry and research exposure to learn the basic applications of the management concept

Semester No. of Courses No. of Credits
1 10 30
2 10 30
3 9 27
4 10 30
Summer Internship 3
120

Proposed Syllabus

Semester I Semester II
1.1 Fundamentals of Management 3 2.1 Marketing Management 3
1.2 Organizational Behaviour 3 2.2 Human Resource Management 3
1.3 Accounting for Managers 3 2.3 Business Research Methods 3
1.4 Managerial Economics 3 2.4 Financial Management 3
1.5 Quantitative Techniques 3 2.5 Operation Management 3
1.6 Information System for Managers 3 2.6 Project Evaluation 3
1.7 Business Communication 3 2.7 Strategic Management 3
1.8 Business Environment 3 2.8 E-Business 3
1.9 Personality Development Program 3 2.9 Entrepreneurship 3
1.10 French 3 2.10 Environment Management 3
30 30
Semester III Semester IV
3.1 Legal Aspects of Business 3 4.1 International Business 3
3.2 Production and Operations Management 3 4.2 Business Ehtics and Corporate Governance 3
3.3 International Business Environment 3 4.3 Enterprise Resource Planning 3
3.4 Elective 1 3 4.4 Elective 7 3
3.5 Elective 2 3 4.5 Elective 8 3
3.6 Elective 3 3 4.6 Elective 9 3
3.7 Elective 4 3 4.7 Elective 10 3
3.8 Elective 5 3 4.8 Elective 11 3
3.9 Elective 6 3 4.9 Elective 12 3
4.10 Project 3
27 30
Summer Internship
5.1 Summer Internship 3
Marketing Information Technology
M 01 Service marketing IT 01 E-Commerce
M 02 Consumer Behavior IT 02 Enterprise Resource Planning
M 03 Sales & Distribution Management IT 03 Software Quality Assurance and Management
M 04 International Marketing IT 04 Advanced Decision Support System
M 05 Advertising & Sales Promotion IT 05 Software Project Management
M 06 Marketing Research IT 06 Data Warehousing
Finance Human Resource Management
F 01 Financial Services HR 01 International Human Resource Management
F 02 Mergers, Acquisitions & Corporate Restructuring HR 02 Labour Laws and Wage Policy
F 03 Working Capital Management HR 03 Training and Development
F 04 Security Analysis & Portfolio Management HR 04 Organisational Change and Development
F 05 International Financial Management HR 05 Compensation Management
F 06 Corporate Taxation HR 06 Manpower planning & Performance management
Back to Top