Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration

National Institute of Management Studies
In Bangalore

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  • Post Graduate Diploma
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    1 Year
Description

1.A systematic approach to identification of business problems and their solutions. 2.The ability to make competent decisions. 3.Effective communication skills. 4.A broad knowledge of concepts, policies and techniques applicable to efficient administration and management of business.

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Starts Location
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Bangalore
National Institute of Management Studies # 123, 1st Main Road, Kengeri Satellite Town,, 560060, Karnataka, India
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· Requirements

3 year Graduation.

Course programme


The phenomenal growth being experienced by the manufacturing and services sectors and with globalization of markets, these sectors are increasingly looking a employing ski l ls which requi re a knowledge management principles and with managerial capability .There has also been considerable progress and advancement in management tools and techniques. SMU has therefore designed and developed a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration to cater the needs oprofessionals. This program will provide a foundation in essential management principles, supported by multifunctional knowledge with the ability to apply, adapt and integrate these skills in different management settings.



Objectives :
The PGDBA Program aims to improve the students' capability to manage in a business environment. On completion of the program, students are expected to have acquired: -

1.A systematic approach to identification of business problems and their solutions.

2.The ability to make competent decisions.

3.Effective communication skills.

4.A broad knowledge of concepts, policies and techniques applicable to efficient administration and management of business.


Semester I

Management Process and Organisational Behaviour
Business Communication
Statistics for Management
Financial and Management Accounting
Managerial Economics
Human Resource Management



Semester II

Production and Operation Management
Financial Management
Marketing Management
Management Information System
Operation Research


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