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The programmes are challenging and comprehensive. They are also flexible and integrate co-cirricular activities. The PGDBM programme is divided into 6 trimisters stretching over a two year period.

The programme begins with a refreshing of fundamental management concepts. In the second and third trimesters, the students are oriented to areas of specialisations such as Marketing, HR, IT and Finance, alongwith introduc

 

 

 

 

A two months Corporate internship enables students to get real-life experience in blue chip companies on projects that can challenge even an accomplished practising manager. For instance, 'Attitudinal Analysis of Medical Practitioners towards usage of computers' was a challenge. Ms. Anuradha Shinge of IBA tackled it for Siemens Information Systems Ltd. This gave her 'the experience of coming to grips with the growing market of information sustems in the health care - a sunrise service sector in Inida'. Mr. Javed Ahmed was excited when he took upon 'Recruitment of software Professionals in BPL Telecom', a project that gave him in-depth insights into the intricacies of HR processes in the IT industry. In fact some of the first batch students' involment in the projects have been given an additional project in the companies where they had their first internship. Some of them have even been offered lucrative Placement.

 

 

The actual learning occurs through fruitful exchange of ideas, exposure to diverse peceptions, particularly during case analysis and presentations. These nourish the basic concepts that reinforce the process of creating successful managers.

 

 

 

 

The last three trimesters are devoted to building entrepreneurial abilities in the students because a successful manager is perceived as a wealth creator for the organisation. The chosen specialisation subjects are learnt exhausively in these two trimesters.

An overseas corporate tour is an integral part of the learning module during this period. Students are taken on a leaning and enriching tour abroad wherein they will be privileged to observe, study and interact with practitioners in diverse corporate settings.

The last lap at IBA is devoted to placement excercise. Preparing the students for this begins much earlier through a process of communication, campus mock sessions, GDs, etc.

 

At IBA, students are treated as colleagues who work in teams as 'task Forces'. Tis gives them a first hand experience ot organise guest lectures, seminars, even identify and screen faculty, coordinate directly with visiting faculty maintaining IBA website, etc.

Living through this programme is intense and gruelling. But for those who are serious & deeply committed, the returns in terms of knowledge, confidence and career prospects are highly rewarding.

 

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    Managerial Communication I, II, II
     
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    MIS
     
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    Managerial Accounting
     
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    Managerial Economics
     
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    Organisational Behaviour
     
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    Managerial Statics
     
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    Operations Research
     
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    Operations Management
     
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    Marketing I, II
     
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    HRM
     
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    Finance I, II
     
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    Business Law & Business Ethics
     
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    International Business & Globalisation
     
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    Organisation & Management
     
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    Research Methodology
     
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    Project Management
     
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    Specialisation Subjects
     
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    Rural Contact Programme
     
P
 
Note : There is a probability of change in the cirriculum based on the needs of Industry.

tions to Strategic Mangement, Research Methodology, Corporate Governance, Business Ethics, Organisational Behaviour, Operational management, Business law, etc.