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Courses in Full Time PGDM

Courses and Credits

A student is required to do 60 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 the associated Credits offered to the students in the First Year.

 

Term-1

S.No

 Name of the Course

 Area

Credits

1

Managerial Communication

Communication

3.0

2

Managerial Economics

Economics and Business Policy

3 0

3

Financial Accounting

Finance and Accounting

3.0

4

Marketing Management-I

Marketing

3.0

5

Human Behaviour in Organizations

OB & HR

3.0

6

Business Analytics - I

QT & OM

3.0

7

Optimization Model for Decision Making

QT & OM

3.0

Total Credits

21.0

Term-2

1

Written Analysis and Communication

Communication

3.0

2

Legal Aspect of Business

Economics and Business      Policy

1.5

3

Corporate Finance

Finance and Accounting

3.0

4

Information Technology and Systems

Information Technology

3.0

5

Marketing Management-II

Marketing

1.5

6

Human Resource Management

OB & HR

1.5

7

Organizational Design and Change

OB & HR

1.5

8

Operations Management-I

QT & OM

1.5

9

Business Research Methods

QT & OM

1.5

10

Strategic Management

Strategy

3.0

Total Credits

21.0

Term-3

1

Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

Economics and Business Policy

3.0

2

Macroeconomics and Policy

Economics and Business Policy

1.5

3

Digital Commerce

Information Technology

1.5

4

Operations Management-II

QT & OM

1.5

5

Project Management

QT & OM

1.5

6

Strategic Entrepreneurship and New Age Business Models

Strategy

1.5

7

Managerial Skills for Effectiveness

OB & HR and Communication

1.5

8

Elective-1

 

3.0

9

Elective-2

 

3.0

Total Credits

18.0

Electives

From Term-3 onwards in the First Year, students will be required to undertake Elective courses. A student enrolled in the PGDM 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.

FORE School of Management offers dual specialization to all the students enrolled in its programmes. This means that a student may specialize in at the most two Areas. In order to specialize in any Area, a student will need to take 15 credits of electives in the chosen Area of specialization. This requirement of 15 credits is both minimum and maximum. Students are not permitted to specialize in any third Area, and as such, he/she will not be allowed to opt for more than 9 credits out of the balance credit of courses from any one Area.

In order to provide the students opportunities to specialize in their Area of choice, each Sentient Area will offer Elective courses. The Sentient Area may specify certain Elective courses as Specialization Area Pre-requisite (SAPR) courses that must be taken by those students who have chosen that Area to Specialize in.

The Elective courses will be offered by the following Sentient Areas:

  • Communication
  • Economics & Business Policy
  • Finance & Accounting
  • International Business
  • Information Technology
  • Marketing
  • Organizational Behaviour & Human Resources
  • Quantitative Techniques and Operations Management
  • Strategy

Specialization wise List of Courses

Note: The list of electives, 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 Specialization & Courses

 

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION and COURSES

CREDIT

 COMMUNICATION

 

Cross Cultural Communication

1.5

Effective Leadership Communication Through Theatre Techniques

3.0

Communication on Digital Platforms

3.0

Enhancing Your Personal Brand Through Theatre Technique

1.5

ECONOMICS and BUSINESS POLICY

 

Social Enterprise and Sustainable Development in Emerging Economies

3.0

Foreign Trade and Exchange Market

3.0

Public Policy for NGO Management

3.0

FINANCE and ACCOUNTING

 

Financial Markets, Institutions and Services (SAPR)

3.0

Equity Valuation and Portfolio Management

3.0

Commercial Banking Practices and Treasury Management

3.0

Financial Derivatives

3.0

Investment Banking

3.0

Wealth Management and Alternative Investments

3.0

Fixed Income Securities and Structured Products

3.0

Project Appraisal and Financing

3.0

Applied Financial Risk Management

1.5

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 

Machine Learning with Python

3.0

Big Data And Data Analytics for Managers (Using Python)

3.0

Deep Learning and NLP

3.0

Social Media Analytics

3.0

Machine Learning, Blockchains, Fintech

3.0

Managing Business on Cloud

3.0

Financial Engineering using R

3.0

Business  Development in IT

3.0

Data Summarization and Visualization

1.5

Cyber Security

1.5

Digital Innovation

1.5

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

 

Export-Import Procedure and Documentation (SAPR)

1.5

Trade and Geopolitics (SAPR)

1.5

International Management

3.0

International Financial System

3.0

Export-Import Management: A Starter’s Tool Kit

3.0

Business in Asia-Pacific

3.0

International Finance and Forex Management

3.0

Global Financial Risk Management

3.0

International Economic Organisations

3.0

Trade Data and Trade Opportunities

1.5

Commercial Geography

1.5

MARKETING

 

Consumer Behavior

3.0

Sales, Distribution and Retail Management

3.0

Marketing Strategy with MARKSTRAT

3.0

Advertising & Brand Management

3.0

Advanced Marketing Research

3.0

Digital Marketing & Analytics with Digital MediaPro

3.0

B2B Marketing

3.0

Rural Marketing

1.5

Services Marketing

1.5

Marketing Models and Analytics

1.5

ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR and HUMAN RESOURCE

 

Employee Relations - Legislations and Compliance (SAPR)

3.0

Competency Mapping

3.0

Learning & Development

3.0

Business Human Resource

3.0

Personal Growth Lab

3.0

Leading Organisational Change & Transformation

3.0

Performance and Compensation Management

3.0

People Analytics

1.5

HR Issues in Merger and Acquisition

1.5

Managing Talent and Career in Organisations

1.5

Negotiation Skills

3.0

QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

 

Business Analytics - II (SAPR)

3.0

Multivariate Data Analysis

3.0

Procurement Manufacturing Planning & Control

3.0

Advance Project Management

3.0

Operations Strategy

3.0

Service Operation Management

3.0

Supply Chain Management

3.0

World Class Operations

3.0

Decision Modelling with Spread Sheet

3.0

Global Logistics Management

1.5

STRATEGY

 

Executing Strategies in Dynamic Market Landscape

3.0

Creativity and Design Thinking for Strategic Value Creation

3.0

Strategists’ Tool-kit and Competitive Intelligence

3.0

Strategic Innovation: Building & Sustaining Business Ecosystems

3.0

Mergers & Acquisitions

3.0

Strategy Business Simulations using CESIM

3.0

Strategic Analysis and Globalization

3.0

Disruptions and New Business Opportunities in Indian Industry

1.5

Systems Thinking

3.0

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