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PGDM (Finance)

The economic liberalization has brought drastic changes in the corporate environment. Specialization is the need of the hour. The most happening sector is the financial sector. To cater to the changing requirement of the financial sector, the course Post Graduate Diploma in Finance is designed to prepare the best finance professionals in the country. This full time program provides necessary education for students seeking finance positions in industry, in financial institutions, or in government or in non-profit organizations. It seeks to equip the students with conceptual and analytical skills for financial decision making and offers insights into how the financial markets function.

Career Prospects

Completion of this program provides students with theoretical & practical knowledge for successful attainment of management positions in Insurance sectors and Banking sectors etc. The curriculum combines strengths in management with technical skills and internship opportunities in each area. This program is designed in such a way that 100% placement can be arranged for the students.

The program will have 37 papers to be covered in Six trimesters. The half-credit courses (elective) carrying 50 marks may be offered in a term. Two half-credit courses are equivalent to one full-credit course. There will be 2 more courses carrying 100 marks each viz. 1. Summer Internship & Report and 2. Dissesertation and Viva Voce. After three terms a student is required to undergo summer training for 8 weeks in a designated company arranged by the institute carrying 100 marks. Before the completion of the program a student has to submit a dissertation report on a subject mutually decided by the student and his/her guide carrying 100 marks.

Course Curriculum

  • Term-I

    Organizational Behaviour-I (OB-I)
    Business Communication-I (BC-I)
    Managerial Computing (MCG)
    Business Statistics (BS)
    Managerial Economics (ME)
    Financial Accounting (FA)
    Legal Aspects of Business (LAB)
    Marketing Management-I (MM-I)

    Term-II

    Organizational Behaviour-II (OB-II)
    Business Communication-II (BC-II)
    Selling and Negotiation (SN)
    Operations Management (OM)
    Financial Management (FM)
    Economic Environment of Business (EEB)
    Human Resources Management (HRM)
    Modern Retail Management (MRM)

    Term-III

    Research Methodology (RM)
    Marketing Management-II (MM-II)
    Financial Market & Services (FMS)
    Business Ethics & Corporate Governance (BECG)
    Advanced Excel for Decision Making (AEDM)

    Retail Banking (RTB)
    Insurance & Risk Management (IRM)

    Term-IV

    Summer Internship & Report (SIR)
    Operations Research (OR)
    Cost & Management Accounting (COMA)
    International Business (IB)

    Risk Management in Banks (RMB)
    Security Analysis & Portfolio Management (SAPM)
    Practices of General Insurance (PGI)
    Practices of Life Insurance (PLI)
    Leasing & Hire Purchase (LHP)
    Fixed Income Market (FIM)
    Micro Finance (MIF)
    Treasury Management (TRM)
    Project Appraisal and Financing (PAF)
    Financial Statement Analysis (FSA)
    Commercial Banking (COB)
    Practices Of Health Insurance (PHI)
  • Term-V

    Financial Derivatives (FD)
    Merger, Acquisition & Corporate Restructuring (MACR)
    Corporate Taxation (CT)
    International Finance (IF)
    Mutual Fund (MTF)
    Investment Options & Financial Planning (IFP)
    Entrepreneurship Development (ED)
    Underwriting (UD)
    Insurance Regulation (IR)
    Claims And Settlement (CAS)
    Financial Modeling (FMD)
    Capital Market Regulations (CMR)

    Term-VI

    Corporate Policy & Strategic Management (CPSM)
    Management Information Systems (MIS)
    Dissertation & Viva-Voce (DVV)


    N.B. : Courses in Italics are half credit courses