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Programme Overview - PGDM (Finance)
Factors such as globalization, deregulation, mergers and acquisitions, competition and technological innovations have forced companies to rethink their business strategy. In today’s ever-changing business environment, finance executives are exploring ways in which the financial function can bring greater value to their organizations. Finance executives today need to think beyond the traditional financial information contained in general ledger system and consider how best to provide for the comprehensive measures and analytical methods needed to drive decisions throughout complex and dynamic companies.
To serve the needs of the changing horizons in financial dynamism in the industry, the course Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Finance) helps to have intricate knowledge of finance, accounting, taxes/tax structures and the relations of all these aspects on overall business dynamics of complex Industries.
The basic objective of this course is to develop future finance managers by providing knowledge, skills and practical orientation in financial field.
The course augments the understanding of the role of business in society and the contribution as business leaders to the society. The objective is to enable the students internalize the key business concepts, learn to analyze problems, develop strategies, communicate ideas and motivate people to action. Emphasis is placed on developing an analytical mind, which seeks the right knowledge, right skills and imbibes the right leadership attitude.
Objective of the Course
The primary objective of the course is to impart knowledge and skills and, just as important, to transmit certain values. The institute proposes to make the students aware of the occupational mobility and voluntary compliance to ethics, law and social responsibilities.
In this context, not only the imparting of knowledge and skills is of vital importance, but even more crucial is the purpose for which the knowledge and skills are utilized. This will greatly depend on the values that students carry with them once they graduate from the institute.
The programme helps the students to equip themselves with the knowledge, skills and values. This is by way of:
The department reserves the right to modify, update or delete a subject or a part of the subject in order to maintain the relevancy of the course. All modifications are subject to the approval of the academic council of the Institute.