Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) 2016-18 PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
|Programme Structure PGDM|
|Particulars||SEM I||SEM II||SEM III||SEM IV||Total number of subjects||Total Credits||Total Marks|
|Total number of subjects||9||11||11||6||37||-||-|
Each Student has to complete 100 Credits to qualify for certification. 20 Core Courses amounting to 55 Credits are compulsory for all students regardless of specialization. Student would opt for specialization in Semester-II and has to complete all the 11 core specialization courses amounting to 33 credits. The remaining 12 credits he/she has to complete by opting for the specified no of electives from the set of electives being offered. The number of input provided for 3 credit subjects is 45 hours and for 2 credit subjects it is 30 hours. Normally each contact lecture session is constituted of 1 hr.
The evaluation is based on credit points allocated to subjects which are either 3 credit or 2 credit courses and 1 credit courses with a 3 credit Summer Internship Program (SIP). Marks are allocated on the basis of theoretical as well as practical subject knowledge. For a full credit subject 60 marks are allocated for final written examination and 40 marks are allocated on the basis of continuous internal evaluation of the performance of the student in the subject throughout the semester, which comprise case studies, presentation, field works, objectives tests and written assessments, etc. For a half credit subject internal evaluation of 50 marks is based on case studies, presentation, field works, objectives tests etc. A judicious mix of internal continuous evaluation and external assessment has been adopted to ensure that students get a consistent and fair assessment for their performance in a subject.
Definition of Grade
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The student performance would finally culminate into CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) which would be calculated as under
Students of PGDM are provided with 3 choices for their specialization, via: Human Resource Management, Marketing and Finance.