Post Graduate Diploma in Management :Management Centre for Human Values

Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
In Kolkata

Rs 9,06,000
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Important information

Typology Post Graduate Diploma
Methodology Inhouse
Location Kolkata
Duration 2 Years
  • Post Graduate Diploma
  • Inhouse
  • Kolkata
  • Duration:
    2 Years


Where and when

Starts Location
On request
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT CALCUTTA Diamond Harbour Road Joka, 700104, West Bengal, India
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Starts On request
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT CALCUTTA Diamond Harbour Road Joka, 700104, West Bengal, India
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Course programme

The Post Graduate Programme consists of a core curriculum (compulsory credit courses and compulsory non-credit courses), a summer internship (compulsory industry training between first and second year) and elective courses (optional courses in the second year).

The core curriculum of PGDM develops essential skills and knowledge in the areas of economics, organisation and behaviour, finance and accounting, management control, marketing, human resource management, information systems and quantitative methods.

After successfully completing the first year requirements, the students undertake summer training of up to ten weeks at the managerial level. Students analyse and offer solutions to specific managerial problems under the guidance of a faculty member as well as a manager in the host company.

Second year students structure their studies to suit their aptitude and interest. They usually develop one or two major areas of expertise by selecting courses from the 60 to 80 electives that the Institute typically offers. Students willing to delve deeper into a topic that is not covered by the elective courses can do a term paper under faculty supervision.

The Management Centre for Human Values (MCHV) has been created to focus special attention on the crucial dimension of values and ethics in management education and practice. Thanks to the pioneering work by Professor S. K. Chakraborty, the Centre, which is an integral part of the Institute, attempts to evolve an Indian model of management, drawing inspiration from four great sons of modern India - Rabindranath Tagore, Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi and Sri Aurobindo. At a time when large corporations worldwide are being exposed for gross unethical practices, the Centre places primary emphasis on human values, the lack of which has been largely responsible for many of the problems in modern organizations. On such strong foundation of human values, the Centre builds its initiatives around such areas like Applied Ethics in Management, Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility, Management of NGOs and Synthesis of the Best of the East and West in Management. It also brings out a bi-annual international Journal of Human Values, published from Sage. Through its various courses, management development programmes and in-company workshops, the Centre tries to foster a values-based organizational culture which enhances holistic managerial effectiveness for an ethically sound, socially responsible and ecologically sustainable future business scenario.


Term I

1. BS 101 Behavioral Sciences I
2. EC 101 Microeconomics
3. FI 101 Corporate Financial Reporting & Analysis
4. MK 101 Marketing Management I
5. OM 101 Statistics for Management
6. PP 101 Indian Economic & Political History
7. PP 303 Environment & Development
8. OM 100 Mathematics (Qualifying)
9. BC 101 Managerial Communication I

Term II

1.BS 102 Behavioural Sciences II
2.EC 102 Macroeconomics
3. FI 102 Cost Management
4. MI 101 Information Technology and Systems
5.MK 101 Marketing Management II
6.OM 302 Operations Research
7.OM 301 Risk Management
8. BC 102 Managerial Communication II

Term III

1. EC 103 India & The World Economy
2. FI 103 Corporate Finance
3. HR 101 Human Resource Management
4. OM 104 Production and Operations Management
5.PP 102 Indian Legal Systems
6.PP 103 Indian Social Structure
7.SM 110 Strategic Management
8. MC 301 Business Ethics

Term IV, Term V & Term VI -- Management Centre for Human Values

Additional information

Payment options: Fees Break-Up: 1st term-1,52,000.00 2nd Term-1,27,000.00 3rd Term-1,27,000.00 Total=4,06,000.00 4th Term-1,80,000.00 5th Term-1,60,000.00 6th Term-1,60,000.00 Total=5,00,000.00 -Notes: -The non-refundable amount of Rs. 1,00,000/- deposited while accepting the Offer of Admission will be adjusted against the 1st Term Fees. -The fees/deposits mentioned against item nos. 8 to 10 in the 1st Term are payable only one time in two years. -The caution deposit of Rs. 6,000/- consisting of Rs. 5,000/- towards Students Mess and Rs. 1,000/- towards PGP is refundable at the time of leaving the Institute subject to adjustments. -The term-wise amount indicated above is payable at the beginning of each term. -The balance amount of Rs. 52,000/- towards 1st Term Fees to be deposited at the time of registration. NRI: The total fee to be paid by a student during the 46th Session is US$ 40,000 (US$ forty thousand only) inclusive of US$ 4000 payable along with the acceptance form. The remaining amount of US$ 36,000 is payable in six terms @ US$ 6000 in each term. (See Schedule of Fees Enclosure V) Overseas students are required to deposit US$ 6000 (US$ six thousand only) with the PGP office at the time of registration on June 13 - 14, 2009. This amount is to be paid by Demand Draft in favour of "Indian Institute of Management Calcutta" payable at Kolkata. This amount is inclusive of tuition and other necessary fees for the first term and one time payment towards Students Association and Alumni fee. In addition to the above all Overseas students are required to pay with the first term one time caution deposit of Rs.6,000/- towards PGP and Student Mess and it is to be paid by a Bank Draft in favour of "Indian Institute of Management Calcutta" payable at Kolkata. Caution deposit is refundable at the time of leaving the Institute subject to adjustments. The payment of fees can also be made in Indian currency for the equivalent amount of US$. However, documentary evidence of the exchange rate on the day of the conversion would be required in case one would like to pay the fees in Indian currency.

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