PGDM-BE Programme | Learning Model & Program Structure

EDI’s PGDM-BE offers an exceptional learning model to make it easier for students to understand the crux of entrepreneurship.

The programme is designed to develop a strong base for entrepreneurial and management skills. These critical tools will help the participants face any challenge in their career.

EDI places a strong emphasis on entrepreneurship as a means to creating value for organizations and the development of leadership competencies. The methodology adopted at EDI varies according to various subject’s objectives and the skills, attitudes and behavioural patterns to be fostered. Though classroom theory is important for acquiring management knowledge but there is no substitute for practice in order to ingrain the entrepreneurial decision making skills. To this end, the pedagogy includes case study discussions, simulation games, teamwork, tutorials and role-play exercises, among other activities. The students are given opportunities to interact, challenge points of view and discuss business situations on an academic platform. One of our key strengths is the degree of personalized mentor provided to each participant.

The course is offered through six trimesters over the two years period. The course offers induction module, core courses, electives, audited courses, seminar courses, independent study and projects apart from summer internship at the end of Ist year.

 

Structure of Program

1. Orientation

Before the commencement of the course, a 2 week orientation program is designed for the students who focus at—

  • Entrepreneur Interactions and Learning
  • Entrepreneurial Career and Aspirations (Statement of Purpose)
  • Optional Preparatory Courses: Mathematics/ Computer Applications / English/ Business Basics

2. Core Courses

The curriculum provides a strong grounding in managerial fundamentals while highlighting the strategic role that entrepreneurial mindset plays in enhancing business performance and creating sustainable competitive advantage. Throughout the trimester, these courses are offered in core areas which are having relationship with real business issues through case studies and projects that cover different company stages, sizes, industry and international contexts. These courses mostly cover-

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Accounting and Financial Management
  • Operations and Systems
  • Marketing management
  • General and Strategic management
  • Individual and Organisation behaviour
  • Business Economics and International Trade
  • Written analysis and Communication

3. Course Architecture

First Year Courses:

Trimester I
Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice Managerial Accounting and Control-I
Micro Economics Quantitative Techniques -I
Business Communication Organization Behaviour
Principles of Management Exploring Business Opportunities
Trimester II
Entrepreneurial Lab Managerial Accounting and Control-II
Macro Economics Quantitative Techniques -II
Marketing Management -I Human Resource Management
Financial Management -I Seminar Course
Trimester III
Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Doing Business with Government and Public Sector
Management Information System Research Methodology and Applications
Marketing Management -II Operations Management
Financial Management -II Seminar Courses

 

4. Seminar Courses:

The seminar courses are designed to provide in-depth understanding of various sectors where the student want to associate in future. These first-year seminars are taught by EDI faculty in association with various industry experts and consultants. Seminar faculty often serves as informal mentors for their students long after the class has ended.

  1. Agri-business
  2.  Automobiles and Ancillaries
  3. Communication and Media
  4. Design and Fashion
  5. Education and Training
  6. Electricals and Electronics
  7. Mechanical Engineering
  8. Entertainment
  9. Environment and Green Business
  10. Financial Services
  11. Food Processing
  12. Healthcare and Lifesciences
  13. Information Technology Enabled Services
  14. Infrastructure
  15. Logistics and Supply Chain
  16. Plastics and Chemicals
  17. Real Estate and Construction
  18. SME Consultancy
  19. Textiles and Garments
  20. Tourism and Hospitality

Second Year Courses:

Trimester IV
Entrepreneurial Effectiveness Business Legislation and Taxation
Business Environment Strategic Management
Electives  1 Electives  2
Electives  3 Electives  4
Trimester V
Project/Growth Feasibility-I Electives 5
Electives 6 Electives 7
Electives 8 Electives 9
Electives 10
Trimester VI
Project/Growth Feasibility-II Electives 11
Electives 12 Electives 13
Electives 14

 

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