Overview On PGDM Courses In India
Today, most of the students are perplexed to opt for a PG course. Nowadays, they feel a doubt that whether MBA or PGDM Courses is better for growth of their dream career. The bitter truth is that there is a difference between an MBA and PGDM. But, there are lots of benefits with PGDM. PGDM expands to Post Graduate Diploma in Management, Many students are with the knowledge that it is a Diploma course and not a Degree at all . Postgraduate courses are explicitly named as PGDM is when an Institute is an autonomous and approves and manages management courses, if and only when they can’t get or have the requisites having a MBA program. On similar lines AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) is allowing approved colleges to run a PGDM course. Some Business Schools offering this AICTE PGDM course need not be autonomous always and necessarily it shouldn’t be , the PGDM course offered by autonomous institutions given by the Institute only and are directly approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, and Govt of India.UGC – University Grants Commission controls the Universities in India, AICTE – All India Council for Technical Education has control on both technical and management courses and especially colleges not under Universities. Even colleges offering UGC recognized MBA Program in most cases should have AICTE approval.
Usually, autonomous colleges maintain and follows latest syllabus, as per the market demand, but in universities it is not possible to change the syllabus every year, as because it will be very tedious and hectic and requires various approvals from top management. Because many colleges are affiliated under the university, syllabus books, and textbooks need to change and faculty should also needs to update themselves with the latest trends. Based on this reasons it will take a immense time to change the syllabus. But in case of autonomous colleges they will change continually, according to current market trend. So that students will get latest knowledge, which benefits in the career growth of the student.
*MIT School of Business (MITSOB) , Kothrud, Pune
Admissions are based on:Score obtained in CAT/MAT/CMAT/ATMA/XAT/ CET .Performance at extempore talk (including written essay) Performance at personal interview. Past academic record (10th & 12th level).Work experience (if any) after graduation of at least 1 year or more.
Eligibility-Candidate must have bachelor’s degree from recognized university with minimum aggregate of 50% Must have a valid score in CAT/MAT/CMAT/ATMA/XAT/CET. Must have work experience of at least 1 year or more.
*Prin. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research (WeSchool), Matunga West, Mumbai
Admission Procedure-Admissions are based on percentile in CAT/MAT/XAT or score in ATMA/GMAT/MH-CET.
Placements- Offers par level placement when compared to country’s top B-Schools. Last year highest CTC went upto INR 20 lacs , while the average was close to INR 5.8 lacs. Top recruiters include Amazon, ITC,AXIS BANK, IBM, Wipro ,Deloitte, Coca-Cola and various others.Post Graduate Diploma in Management or PGDM courses in India has great future as because many aspirants are joining in this Couse curriculum and the number is increasing day by day. This is only happening because of the educational institutions offering such course imparts high quality education.