Deccan Education Society's

IMDR ®

Founders: Late Padmashree Dr. Ramesh T Doshi, Late Shri Sumatilal Shah

Approved by AICTE and DTE,Not Affilated to Pune University

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     Commemorative volume on the death centenary of Lokmanya Tilak, founder of DES; "Swatantrata to Atmanirbharta: Lokmanya Tilak’s Legacy"     Dial the following Mobile numbers for admission queries, 9225340984,7030920241,9173074297,9527148086.     IMDR does not accept admissions through management quota. Admissions are done based on merit and criteria prescribed by AICTE

PGDM Dual Specialisation

  • Students must choose a 'major' and 'minor' specialisation area.
  • Students can major in Marketing, Finance, HR, Operations and International Trade.
  • Students can choose their minor specialisation area from any one of the above and International Trade, Business Technology & Systems, Business Analytics and Entrepreneurship & Start – Up Business.
  • Out of the total elective subjects’ students must select 8 from their major specialisation area and 4 from their minor specialisation area.
  • Out of the 8 subjects for major specialisation 4 subjects are the 'area of concentration' subjects and 4 can be selected from the entire list of subjects in that elective area.
  • For minor specialisation students can select any 4 from the entire list of subjects in that elective area.
  • A Major specialisation area can be offered only if there are 10 or more students opting for it
  • A maximum of 50 students can opt for a major specialisation area. If there are more than 50 students opting, then a merit list will be prepared based on marks in the relevant functional area course. For e.g. If more than 50 students apply for Finance as their major specialisation area, then a merit list will be prepared based on marks in Financial Management in DM1. The top 50 students in the list will be allowed to take it as their major specialisation.
  • A maximum of 60 students can opt for a given subject in any specialisation area. If there are more than 60 students opting, then a merit list will be prepared based on marks in the relevant functional area course. The top 60 students will be allotted the subject.
  • An elective subject will be taught only if there are 10 or more students opting for it.