Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management Admission for PGDM

Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management Admission for PGDM

Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management Admission for PGDM

Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management Admission for PGDM

Course levelPostgraduate-PG
Application Start Date Application End Date

31st December 2017

Admission Details:

PGDM General
Program Overview
The Two-Year Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) was launched in 1995 and is the flagship programme of the Institute. The programme prepares the students to take up challenging roles in this ever changing corporate world and society at large with deep ingrained value system. The programme has been developed in a way to ensure the overall development of a human being so that he/she may contribute fully to the society and the nation in terms of economic and social growth.

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES

The programme nurtures an individual and helps him/her to harness their true potential through integrated efforts, experiential learning, self-study, group exercises, case studies, industry interface and research projects. The programme aims to:

· Impart professional education in modern management techniques relevant to business

· Connect with dynamic, uncertain and disruptive world

· Become socially responsible citizen and become competent and effective managers

· Develop awareness about ethics, corporate social responsibility and corporate governance

PGDM Finance

Program Overview

The Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (Finance) programme aims to create a cadre of professionals having specialization in the area of Finance. It equips the students to develop strong analytical and problem-solving skills with an ethical mindset. It allows them to develop ability to think critically and operate successfully in a dynamic business environment. The programme enables the participants to understand business challenges holistically and recognize the interplay of finance with other disciplines. The programme aims to:

· Impart conceptual knowledge on the basics in finance, accounting, economics, regulatory environment and human behaviour.

· Develop an appreciation of the interface between financial analysis and other areas such as economics, management, investments, financial markets, international finance, financial services and corporate strategy to facilitate decision making.

· Equip the students with cutting edge technological skills in IT and other key functional areas.