MBA + PGPM in Retail OperationsIndo German Tool Room
Frequent Asked Questions
Selection Process: Stage I: The Institute will consider CAT/GMAT/XAT or other equivalent national entrance tests. Aptitude test will be conducted for those who do not have a valid score. Stage II: The students would go through a round of Group Discussion and Personal Interview and the short-listed candidates wouldbe informed through email or will be given a one-point contact.
The institute believes that self learning is the best means of learning especially at post graduate level, and accordingly, faculty should act as facilitators more than teachers. Teaching is heavily oriented towards case studies, presentations, quizzes, assignments, field visits and labs. A variety of seminars will be organized by students and faculty members during the academic session. There is a strong belief that true management education goes beyond the class room. The institute organizes international assignments for benefit of students, who get to learn how multinational organizations actually function globally.
The institute has a qualified and experienced faculty with specialization in diversified areas such as Marketing Management and Research, Financial Management, Economics, Supply Chain Management, Brand Management, Business Strategy, Organizational.
The management program offers specializations in a variety of areas: Retail Operations being one of them.
-Summer project requirement:
To build the bridge between theory and practice, students are required to spend at least 6 weeks on a summer project between the 1st and 2nd year of the program.