Programme Structure

As per the curriculum, students need to earn 102 credits (1 Credit is of 10 hours). These 102 credits are divided into four components:

1. Foundational Component: It comprises of following 15 core courses of 3 credits each. A project of 06 credits will also have to be submitted by each student at the end of this component.

Foundational Component

  •  Organizational Behaviour
  •  Managerial Economics
  •  Information Technology for Decision Making
  •  Marketing Management
  •  Financial Management
  •  Operations Management
  •  Business Research Methods
  •  Strategic Management
  •  Financial Accounting & Analysis
  •  Human Resource Management
  •  Managerial Communication
  •  Quantitative Techniques
  •  Research Methodology
  •  Corporate Governance & Managerial Ethics
  •  Business Analytics
  •  Team Building

 2. Functional Component:
Given the background of the batch, ten courses (each of 3 credits) will be offered from a basket of 7 functional modules. 

Financial Management

  •  Strategic Financial Management
  •  Derivatives & Financial Risk Management
  •  Project and Infrastructure Finance
  •  Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
  •  Financial Reporting and Analysis
  •  Financial Econometrics Using R

Banking and Financial Services

  •  Management of Financial Services
  •  Management of Banks
  •  Strategic Cost & Management Control
  •  Entrepreneurial & Startup Financing
  •  Working Capital Management 
  •  Wealth Management and Financial Planning

Operations Management

  •  Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  •  Project Management
  •  Quality Management
  •  Operations Strategy
  •  Management Science Application
  •  Supply Chain Analytics

Marketing Management

  •  Consumer Behavior
  •  Marketing Research
  •  Sales and Distribution Management
  •  Product & Brand Management
  •  Digital Marketing
  •  Retail Marketing 

Information Management and Analytics

  •  Management Information Systems
  •  Enterprise Resource Planning
  •  Decision Modelling using Excel and VBA
  •  Visualization and Dashboard
  •  E-Business: Model & Analytics 
  •  Block Chain and Cyber Security

Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management

  •  Employee Relation & Labour Law
  •  Business Negotiation Skills
  •  Recruitment and Selection
  •  Leadership and Managerial Effectiveness
  •  Performance and Compensation Management
  •  Training and Development

Entrepreneurship Management

  •  Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice
  •  Creativity for Entrepreneurial Excellence
  •  Venture Capital and Entrepreneurial Management
  •  Management of Family Business
  •  Entrepreneurial Marketing
  •  Entrepreneurial Effectiveness

3.  Cross – Functional Component: Each student is allowed to choose 5 elective courses (each of 3 credits) as part of their specialization. Minimum 15 students are required to float any course in this component.

4.  Capstone Project:
Each student is required to undertake a capstone on-the-job project to implement the learning from the programme. This component is of 06 credits.


Faculty at IMI enjoy academic freedom to adopt appropriate pedagogy for imparting quality education. Pedagogy would be a combination of lectures, case discussions, presentations, role plays, assignments, and project work. The primary emphasis would be on interactive and participative methods of learning. Faculty for the programme is primarily in house from IMI but may also include visiting faculty. Guest lectures from industry practitioners are also organized to expose participants to the current business environment.


Emphasis is laid on continuous evaluation of a students’ performance throughout the duration of the programme culminating in a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) score on a 10 point scale, being awarded.