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Courses in PGDM (Financial Management)

PGDM (Financial Management)

Batch of 2018-20

 

Courses and Credits

 

A student is required to do 60.0 credits of courses in the first year of the programme. Of these, 54 credits are earned from core courses and the rest 6 credits from electives.  Following is the list of Courses, their Area and their Credits offered to the students in the First Year. 

 

 

 Total Credits

Term-1

S.no

 Name  of the course

 Area

 Credits

 1

 Managerial Communication

 Communication

 3.0

 2

 Managerial Economics

 Eco & Business Policy

 3.0

 3

 Management Accounting-I

 Finance & Accounting

 3.0

 4

 Marketing Management-I

 Marketing

 3.0

 5

 Human Behaviour in  Organizations

 OB&HR

 3.0

 6

 Introduction to Operations Management

 QT & OM

 3.0

 7

 Optimization Model for Decision Making

 QT & OM

 3.0

Total Credits

 21.0

Term-2

 1

 Written Communication & Analysis

 Communication

 3.0

 2

 Legal Aspect of Business

 Eco & Business Policy

 1.5

 3

 Corporate Finance

 Finance & Accounting

 3.0

 4

 Marketing Management-II

 Marketing

 1.5

 5

 Information Technology &  Systems

 IT

 3.0

 6

 Organization  Design &  Change

 OB &HR

 1.5

 7

 Human Resource  Management

 OB &HR

 1.5

 8

 Business Analytics-I

 QT  & OM

 3.0

 9

 Strategic Management

 Strategy

 3.0

Total Credits

 21.0

Term-3

 1

 Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility

 Eco & Business Policy

 3.0

 2

 Financial Reporting & Analysis

 Finance & Accounting

 3.0

 3

 Management Accounting-II

 Finance & Accounting

 1.5

 4

 Business Research Methods

 QT & OM

 1.5

 5

 Strategic Entrepreneurship & New Age Business

 Model

 Strategy

 1.5

 6

 Managerial Skills for Effectiveness

 Communication + OB &

 HR

 1.5

 7

 Elective-1a: Financial Markets , Institutions  & Systems (SAPR)

 Finance & Accounting

 3.0

 8

 Elective-2

 

 3.0

Total Credits

 18.0

 

Electives

 

From Term-3 onwards in the First Year, students will be required to undertake Electives courses. A student enrolled in the PGDM (FM) programme is required to complete 43.5 credits from the Elective courses spread over Term-3 in the First year and Term-4 to Term-6 in the Second year of the Two Year Programme. Out of the above, 1.5 credit will accrue in Term-6 from the IIP held in between Term-3 and Term-4.  Students will also be required to do a 1.5 credit Lab based Independent Project spread over Term-4 and Term-5 of the programme. 

 

FORE School of Management offers dual specialization to all the students enrolled in the Financial Management programme. This means that a student may specialize in at most two sub-specialization within the Financial Management programme.  In order to specialize in any Area of sub-specialization, a student will need to take 5 credits of electives in the chosen Area of sub-specialization. This requirement of 5 credits is both minimum and maximum. The balance 12.0 credits maybe selected from the list of electives offered by Sentient Areas in other programmes. It must  be noted that students are not permitted to specialize in any third Area and as such he/she will not be allowed to opt for more than 3 credits out of the balance credit of courses from any one Area.  The sub-specializations on offer are as follows:

 

  • Investment & Risk Management
  • Banking & Financial Services

 

In order to provide the students opportunities to specialize in the programme, the Finance  Area may specify certain Elective courses as Specialization Area Pre-requisite (SAPR) courses that must be taken by those students who have chosen sub-specialization-I or sub-specialization-II.

 

Following is the List of Electives within each of the above mentioned sub-specialization

 

Sub- Specialization wise list of Electives

Note: The list of electives below, including those specified as SAPR, is indicative and tentative. Students may opt for these courses subject to Specialization requirements, availability, eligibility, limitations on class size, etc.

 

 

AREAS OF SUB-SPECIALIZATION & ELECTIVES

INVESTMENT & RISK MANAGEMENT

CREDITS

 Security Research and Portfolio Management

3.0

 Financial Derivatives and Risk Management

3.0

 Project Appraisal and Financing

3.0

 Quantitative Finance

3.0

 Multinational Finance & Risk Management

3.0

 Alternative Investments

3.0

 Corporate Tax Planning

3.0

BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES

 

 Management of Commercial Banks

3.0

 Investment Banking: Corporate Resource Raising from the Capital Market

3.0

 Behavioral Finance and Wealth Management

3.0

 Management of Financial Services

1.5

 Structured Products

3.0

 Credit Risk Modeling

1.5

 Enterprise Risk Management

1.5

 Courses Common to both the sub-specialization

 

 Financial Markets, Institutions & Service (SAPR)

3.0

 Lab Based Independent Project

1.5

 
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