The seminar course is designed with an objective to provide a platform to students: a) to understand and form an opinion on the latest changes and issues in business, economy and society; b) to interact with corporates to understand and bridge the gap between classroom learning and corporate practice; c) to enhance knowledge and confidence on various issues of relevance to face activities like GD and PIs; and d) to improve and practice skills learned.
As a mandatory requirement, students are required to secure a minimum of 60 seminar points during the entire program of two years of PGDM. Of the 60 seminar points, 50 points shall be earned in the first-year and the remaining 10 points in the second year of PGDM programme. Two seminar points are awarded for each seminar session of 90-120 minutes, and for every 60 minutes’ extension of the session beyond 120 minutes, will score an additional one seminar point. Under the activity, all seminars offered by the faculty, Anubhuti sessions organized by the CID and FCD teams, management conclaves, seminars organized by the CID, PEC and SIG groups or any other seminar/activity as decided by the Student Affairs are included.
FORE School of Management has been designing, developing and conducting innovative Executive Education (EE)/ Management Development Programmes (MDPs) for working executives in India for over three decades.