Executive-PGP:FinanceIndian Institute of Management Indore
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- Post Graduate Diploma
The 18-month Executive PGP programme is a uniquely designed course for working executives and entrepreneurs. It provides them a platform to hone their skills and competencies, to grow higher in business. Typically, this program admits candidates with a minimum of 5 years of experience after graduation. These candidates can also be organization-sponsored.
The course is divided into 6 terms of 3 months each, with each term consisting of 5 modules. They include 2 campus visits for around 9 days each, which are scheduled in between a pre campus and a post campus module. The 2 campus modules are separated by an interim period which typically consists of assignments and preparatory exercises for the second campus module.
The curriculum consists of compulsory courses in the first 4 terms . These are mostly foundation courses and courses in the basic functional areas like finance, marketing, human resource management, operations management etc. The 5th term has a mix of compulsory courses and electives while the 6th term includes purely electives.
The pedagogy used is a judicious mix of lectures, case discussions, project work, term papers, role-play, seminar presentations, assignments, films, management games, and topics of independent study.
The 5 modules are as follows:
Pre-Campus (Module-1): The normal duration of this module is approximately 20 to 25 days. The course outline, reading materials and reference books are given to the participants at the beginning of the term. Participants have to go through the readings that have been given to him/her before the campus visit. The instructor could choose to give the participant additional assignment/s, if necessary. There will be 07-08 interactive sessions conducted through satellite (video conferencing) of 01 hour each during this phase.
First Campus Visit (Module-2): The duration of this module is 9 days (approx), wherein a participant is required to visit and stay on campus for all nine days. There would be 4 to 6 sessions per day, each of 90 minutes duration. On the first day there may be a pre-campus module written test for a course, based on the reading material given during the pre-campus module. Additional tests could be given during this visit.
Interim Period (Module 3): Duration of this period is approximately 20-25 days. Participants are expected to revise and absorb the classroom learning and complete the assignments given during the first campus visit. Participants are also expected to complete the assignments given during first campus visit and prepare for the classes of second campus visit. Participants need to start planning for individual course project so that they can discuss it during their second campus visit.
Second Campus Visit (Module 4): The duration of this module is 9 days (approx), wherein a participant is required to stay on campus for all the nine days. There would be 4 to 6 sessions per day, each of 90 minutes duration. A test may be conducted on the first day of second campus visit. Regular classes and end-term test will be conducted during this period of 9 days.
Post-Campus (Module5): This is the last module of the term. The participants are expected to submit their projects/assignments by the end of this module. There will be 07-08 interactive sessions conducted through satellite (video conferencing) of 01 hour each during this phase.
2. Financial Accounting
3. Managerial Communication
4. Quantitative Techniques
1. Operational Research Techniques
2. Cost Accounting
3. Organisational Behaviour
4. Legal Aspects of Business
5. Marketing Program Management
1. Financial Management
2. Human Resources Management
3. Marketing Management-II
4. Operations Management
1. Information Systems Management
2. Risk & Capital Management
3. Supply Chain Management & Simulation
4. Strategic Management
5. International Business
1. Business Ethics
2. Elective -1
3. Elective -2
4. Elective -3
1. Corporate Performance Management
2. Derivatives & Risk Management
3. Fixed Income Securities
4. Infrastructure Management
5. Investment Management
6. Management Control Systems
7. Management of Banking & Financial Service
8. Project Appraisal and Finance
9. Public Private Partnership
10. Revenue Management
11. Strategic Financial Management
12. Alternative Investment
13. Bank Performance Analysis and Risk Management