PGDM program in Information Technology & Systems ManagementNIILM Centre for Management Studies
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- Post Graduate Diploma
- New delhi
PGDM program in Information Technology & Systems Management
NIILM's full-time PGDM program offering specializations in the areas of International Business, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources Management and Information Technology & Systems Management, is administered within the framework of a strong training system.
The four-semester, two-year, full-time PGDM program is split into four phases: Basic, Consolidation, Advanced and Concentration. Each phase is of one semester and closes with an end-term examination.
The Basic phase begins with a management perspective from ground-up by exposing students to the various dimensions of business & organizational environments and enables them get a feel of the various functional areas of management. This is also a phase in which conventional bugbears relating to statistics and mathematics are carefully removed.
The Consolidation phase categorically aims at training students in the skills of using various tools, techniques and case studies that are required to solve general problems encountered in various functional areas of management.
The Advanced phase in the third semester concentrates on developing special, function specific competencies in areas of Marketing, International Business, Human Resources Management, Finance and Information Technology. Simultaneously, papers like Management Information Systems and TQM are taught to students irrespective of their area of specialization. By the end of the advanced phase, a student is almost ready for an entry-level position with any large organization.
Graduating students spend the final six months of the program in the Concentration phase, learning about the most advanced and complex aspects of their respective functional areas. Besides case studies and class assignments, each of these four phases is generously interspersed with live-projects from industries and businesses in varied sectors.