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PGDM in Finance Management
Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Finance)
Globalization, deregulation, mergers, acquisitions, changes in taxation laws, trends in start-up funding and valuations, competition from e-commerce, rapid technological innovations, rise and fall of regimes, increasing public expectations and improved standards of living are forcing every business, small or big, to rethink its business strategies on a continual basis. In the ever-changing business environment, finance professionals are constantly exploring new strategies to bring greater value to their organizations. Finance executives today have to think much beyond their traditional roles of financial book-keeping, audits, and regulatory reporting. Their role has become much more dynamic, challenging, comprehensive, intellectually satisfying and financially rewarding.
PGDM Programmes Finance at NDIM is an intensely structured, industry vetted programme where the students have the option to pursue up to 12 contemporary electives and build deep expertise across diverse financial verticals. The Financial sector in India is poised for a high trajectory growth, opening up multiple opportunities in almost every field and NDIM students are comprehensively prepared for managerial and leadership roles in this growing field. The PGDM (Finance) at NDIM is a 2-year, Full-Time course that is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India. The course was also granted MBA equivalence from AICTE in 2008 and Accreditation by ASIC, UK since 2014.
In addition to the PGDM Finance specialization curriculum, due to the highly acclaimed Finance faculty and best academic support, NDIM students are also offered additional joint certification courses from National Stock Exchange, Bombay Stock exchange, ICICI Securities, etc.
Graduating students are the favourite choice of Bankers, Brokerage Firms, KPOs, Financial Planning & Asset Management Companies, Wealth & Investment Advisory Service Providers. Key Recruiters in the Finance sector include HDFC Bank, RBS, Citibank, Axis Bank, ING Vysya, Standard Chartered Bank, Deutsche Bank, Black Rock, South Indian Bank, Yes Bank, ICICI, India Bulls, XL Dynamics, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, PWC, WNS Global, Capital IQ, Evalueserve, Genpact, Grail Research, Moody’s, KPMG, Kotak Life, Bajaj Allianz, Aviva, Max New York and many more.
Experiential learning through Business Simulation Labs provides an additional advantage to NDIM students. This lab gives students the ability to sharpen their trading and analytical skills in a live market situation using the same software and tools that are used in most of the trading floors. The Lab provides hands-on real-world training in Financial Securities, Derivatives, Commodities, Foreign Exchange Trading, and equips students to compete for the finest jobs and entrepreneurial opportunities globally.
Students also become active members of the Finance Club which connects them to 100’s of industrial establishments. It regularly organizes seminars, workshops and publishes an e-Magazine ‘Fiscal Pages’. Stock trading simulation game show ‘Bulls and Bears’ and several other contests and discussions on emerging issues relating to the world of finance are organized with renowned companies supporting them.
Best PGDM/MBA College offers Student Dual Specialization and the contemporary classroom education is supplemented with Live Domestic and International Projects, internships, corporate mentoring, guest lectures, national/ international seminars, workshops and trainings with Senior Finance Professionals, which helps students gain real world skills directly applicable in the Financial industry. The faculty also conducts regular consultancy and research for both the public and the private financial sectors, which keep the teachers in sync with Industry trends and helps them impart industry-relevant financial skills. Recent projects were undertaken with PwC Egypt, National Stock Exchange, ICICI Securities, SEBI, India Infoline, RBI, IRDA and Kotak Mahindra Bank.
PEOs of PGDM(FM)
Graduates will be able to:
PEO 1: Solve Business Problems in a National/Global context using latest managerial techniques and supporting tools.
PEO 2: Behave in a Socially and environmentally responsible, and value driven manner.
PEO 3: Manage various business projects/entrepreneurial ventures/family business.
PEO 4: Be Positive & open-minded Business Professionals with technical and managerial competency, capable of life-long learning, leading and guiding teams exhibiting effective communication and corporate skills.
PEO 5: Critically analyze business situations, formulate strategies and take effective informed decisions and thereby manage the business processes.
Program Outcomes (POs)
PO1: Apply knowledge of management theories and practices to solve business problems.
PO2: Foster Analytical and critical thinking abilities for data-based decision making.
PO3: Ability to develop Value based Leadership ability.
PO4: Ability to understand, analyze and communicate global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects of business.
PO5: Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to a team environment.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
PSO1: Ability to generate ideas and transform these into startups/entrepreneurial endeavors.
PSO2: Ability to generate solutions to new problems using research, creativity and innovative mind set in the finance domain.
PSO3: Ability to design policies, strategies and programs by analyzing the relevant internal and external forces and their business impact
PSO4: Ability to implement desired financial tools and techniques to design and evaluate various investment portfolios.
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|New Delhi Institute of Management|
|Course Code||Course Title|
|C101||Principles and Practices of Management|
|C104||Accounting for Managers|
|C107||Corporate Skills Development|
|C108A||Emerging Technologies for Managerial Excellence|
|C108B||Data Analytics for Business Excellence|
|C108C||Introduction to Business Analytics|
|C108D||Introduction to Digital Marketing|
|C109||Corporate Social Responsibility|
|C110||Business Analysis & Applications|
|C111||Emerging Global Business Trends|
|C112||Global Business Communication - I|
|C113||Comprehensive Company Based Research Project - I|
|C201||Human Resource Management|
|C202||Financial Management/Corporate Finance|
|C204||Business Research Methods|
|C205||Information System & Technologies (MIS & Tableau)|
|C206||Macro Economic Environment of Business (Indian Economy and Policy & Business Environment)|
|C207||Application of digital Technology in Functional Area (MarTech/FinTech/HRTech)|
|C208||Corporate Skills Development-II|
|C209||Business Analysis & Applications|
|C210||Practical Exposure on CSR|
|C211||Global Buisiness Communication - II|
|C212||Comprehensive Company Based Research Project - II|
|C213||Foreign Language (Optional)(French/Japanese)|
|C301||Data Visualisation through Power BI|
|C302||Production and Operations Management|
|C303||Strategic Business Management & Analysis|
|C304||Campus to Corporate|
|C305||Business Analysis & Applications|
|C306||Foreign Language (Optional)(French/Japanese)|
|C402||Entrepreneurship & Project Management|
|C403||Global Business Management|
|C404||Legal Aspects of Business|
|C405||MAJOR RESEARCH PROJECT AND VIVA|
|SUMMER INTERNSHIP||(8 weeks x 8 hrs x 5 days)|
|Specialization Papers in Semester||II (4 papers of 3 credits Splzn-I)|
|Specialization papers in Semester||II (3 papers of 3 credits Splzn-II)|
|Specialization Papers in Semester||III (2 papers of 3 credits Splzn-I)|
|Specialization Papers in Semester||III (3 papers of 3 credits Splzn-II)|
|Specialization Papers in Semester||IV:|
|Option 1: (2 papers of 3 credits each Splzn-1 and 2 papers of 3 credits each Splzn-2)|
|Option 2: (12 Weeks of Entrepreneurship/Family Business Experience and Final Report)|
|Option 3: (12 Weeks of Industry/Corporate Internship and Final Internship Report)|
a) 1 paper of 3 credits from each Splzn-1 and 1 paper of 3 credits each from Splzn-2
b) 4 Weeks Internship and Final Internship Report 3 credits
c) Corporate Mentoring Progremme 2 credits + International Immersion 1.5 credit
|Media specialization opted|
|List of Specialization courses|
|1||Specialization on Human Resources Management (3 credit each course)|
|HR01||Talent Acquisition, Development & Retention of Employees|
|HR03||Strategic Cross Cultural and Global Management|
|HR04||Compensation & Rewards Management|
|HR05||Employee Relations & Labour Legislations|
|HR06||Organizational Developments & Change|
|HR08||Advanced HR Matrix|
|2||Specialization on Marketing (3 credit each course)|
|MM01||Integrated Marketing Communication & Brand Promotion|
|MM02||Sales & Distribution Management|
|MM03||Digital Marketing & Social Media Marketing|
|MM04||Marketing of Services|
|MM05||Consumer Behaviour and Strategic Brand Management|
|MM08||Marketing to the base of the pyramid consumers|
|MM09||Business to Business Marketing|
|3||Specialization on Finance (3 credit each course)|
|FM01||Principles of Banking & Insurance|
|FM02||Financial Markets & Services|
|FM03||International Financial Management|
|FM04||Security Analysis & Portfolio Management|
|FM05||Financial Risk Management|
|FM06||Merchant Banking & Corporate Restructuring|
|FM C02||Fundamental Analysis|
|4||Specialization on International Business Management (3 credit each course)|
|IB01||Export-Import Procedures & Documentation|
|IB02||International Business Negotiation & Managing Cross Cultural Diversity|
|IB03||International Business Strategy|
|IB04||Foreign Exchange Management|
|IB05||Risk & Insurance in International Trade|
|IB06||International Marketing Logistics|
|IB08||International Marketing Management|
|5||Specialization on Operations & Supply Chain Management (3 credit each course)|
|POM01||Operations Research Applications|
|POM02||Supply Chain Management|
|POM03||Service Operations Management|
|POM04||Warehousing Inventory Management|
|POM05||Total Quality Management|
|POM06||Productivity & Performance Management|
|6||Specialization on Digital Marketing (3 credit each course)|
|DGM02||Advanced Digital & Social Media Concepts|
|DGM03||Social Media Marketing & Microblogging|
|DGM04||Content Marketing and Blogging|
|DGM05||Online Reputation Management (ORM)|
|DGM06||Website Analysis, SEO & Google Analytics|
|DGM07||Digital and Social-Media Strategies|
|DGM08||Website UI/UX and E-commerce Marketing|
|7||Specialization on Business Analytics (3 credit each course)|
|BA01||Data Analytics using R|
|BA02||Data base Management system using SQLite|
|BA03||Programming skills in Python|
|BA04||Machine Learning using R and Rapidminer|
|BA05||Advanced DBMS using SAS|
|BA06||Data Analytics with Python|
|BA07||Advanced Data Visualization using Tableau|
|BA08||Big Data Analytics using Hadoop|