PGDM – (Future Managers Group) Programme
The Two Year Full Time Post Graduate Diploma in Management – Future Managers Group Programme (PGDM - FMG) is designed to train and groom the future managers at FORE.
- To have comprehensive understanding of the corporate world
- To integrate the theoretical knowledge with the practical aspects of organizational settings and techniques of management
- To acquire conceptual and analytical abilities required for effective decision making
- Evolve with the dynamic and complex working environment
The basic thrust is on understanding the independent nature of organizational dynamics and its managerial implications. This shall help students acquire conceptual and analytical abilities required for appropriate decision making and effective implementation. A number of generic learning outcomes related to the theme of corporate performance are isolated which emphasise on the objectives listed above and link the various functional modules.
The students will be able to :
- Demonstrate the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to gain employment in the corporate sector or in family businesses
- Identify and evaluate options for developing strategies in business situations
- Use a range of practical tools and techniques for conducting business
- Identify potential market opportunities in the Indian and global market
- Describe and identify the implications for Indian business
- Analyse and evaluate the issues that arise out of the greater integration of the Indian economy and businesses with the global environment
- Identify and respond appropriately to differences in business culture and ethics in the international business arena
||Term -1, 2, 3June – March
||Foundation Courses, Core Courses , Seminar Courses
||Term -4, 5, 6 June – March
||Core & Elective Courses,Seminar Courses
Core & Elective Courses
The instructional methodology comprises of an optimum mix of lectures, classroom discussions, case studies, role-plays, group discussions, special sessions from professionals from industry and trade, management games, sensitivity training, management films, industrial visits and industry interaction. Students are encouraged to present their cases through individual or group presentations. Further opportunity is provided through participation of students in various seminars.