Emphasis is laid on continuous evaluation of a student’s performance throughout the duration of the program culminating in a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) score on a 10 point scale, being awarded
Indicative lists of core courses that are offered in Executive PGDM program are:
Cost and Management Accounting*
Data Interpretation in Uncertainty
Excellence in Operations
Management Information Systems*
Prices, Markets & Economics Environment
Quantitative Techniques for Decision Making*
Financial Accounting and Analysis
Information Technology for Decision Making
Legal Aspects in Business*
Leading Teams & Organizations
Research Methods for Management
Strategic Operations Management
HR Systems & Processes
Sustainable Growth & Development*
Wide array of elective courses, across functional areas, are offered in the 3rd & 4th trimesters to enable a participant to pursue his/her area of interest. A comprehensive list will be provided to the participants upon joining the program.
International Study Module
The International Study Module is conducted in collaboration with one of the leading business schools in Europe/China with the objective of enhancing cross-cultural knowledge and to understand challenges being faced by Global Managers. In this five week International study module students will undergo course work equivalent to 6 credits at the collaborating institution, visit industries, interact with business leaders, attend workshops and explore various business opportunities. This module will tentatively take place in March-April, 2015.
Field Research Project
The field research project is to be conducted at the place of employment of the participant where they will be working after completing their 12 months of course work. The project is to be jointly guided by IMI faculty and a project supervisor from the employer organization. The field project is an important and integral component of work in the Executive PGDM program. It provides an opportunity for the students to demonstrate their independence and originality, to plan and organize a large project and to put into practice some of the techniques they have been taught throughout the 12-month course. Successful completion of the Field Project is in essential requirement for qualifying for the EX-PGDM Diploma. Organizations are hence expected to provide the candidate a conducive environment and an opportunity to satisfactorily pursue and complete the project at his/her work place.
Teaching pedagogy would include case-based learning, class discussions, assignments, field projects, seminars/workshops, management games, role-plays and simulation based learning. IMI also organizes number of industry interactions to offer a real life experiential learning environment.
Schedule of Classes
Classes for the Executive PGDM program are held every day starting at 8.30 am and can extend up to late evening hours, including weekends, to suit the requirements of the program. Each class is of ninety minutes duration. Classes shall commence from mid April, 2014.
Fee structure for Executive PGDM (2014-15)
The fee structure for self-sponsored /company sponsored and NRI /POI/Foreign students for Ex-PGDM batch 2014-15 is given in the following table.
|II (July’14)||III (Oct’14)||Total (Rs)|
|International Study Module, excluding Boarding charges||198,000||198,000||198,000||594,000|
|Lodging (single Executive AC Room)||53,000||53,000||53,000||159,000|
|Alumni- Life Membership||6,000||-||-||6,000|
|Grand Total (Rupees)||469,000||452,000||452,000||1,373,000|
|* Refundable subject to obtaining clearance to all dues and damages to institute properties/assets|
|Fee structure for PIO / NRI Candidates: 2014-15|
|PIO / NRI Candidates will pay US $ 36,206* Payable within 3 weeks of issuing admission offer letter|
|*Inclusive of Security Deposit of US$500, refundable subject to obtaining clearance of all dues and damages to institute properties/assets.|
|PIO / NRI Candidates Fee is inclusive of cost of books, Hostel & Mess fee, but excluding Boarding charges during the International Study Module.|
Fee for International Study Module
The fee for the International Study Module covers cost of Visa, International Travel, Insurance and accommodation besides tuition fee payable to the partner Business School. Accommodation may be provided in studio apartments on twin-sharing basis and the studio apartments are equipped with basic kitchen accessories & cutlery etc. Individuals are required to pay for all meals, from their pre-diem allowance or equivalent personal funds, during the entire duration of the International module.
Due dates for payment of Fee
The 1st installment of the fee, specified above, will be payable within 2 weeks of the release of Admission Offer. Each subsequent installment will be due for payment within 7 days of commencement of each term, as per the Academic Calendar. A penalty of Rs.100 per day, beyond the period specified above from 2nd installment onwards, will be charged in the event the fee is not paid within the due dates, unless express permission has been obtained from the competent authority
Mode of Payment of Fee
The fee can be paid through demand draft/pay order drawn in favor of “International Management Institute” payable at New Delhi.