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

Post Graduate Diploma in Management

The Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) is a two year full time programme. Elective Areas : Marketing, Finance, Systems, Operations, International Trade, Human Resources, Business Technology and Systems, Business Analytics and Entrepreneurship and Start Up Management. A student is allowed to select two elective areas based on dual specialization policy of the institute. The programme is divided into 4 semesters, each of approximately 16 weeks. Classes are usually held from 9 am to 5 pm. The course includes six months of embedded internship in a business organization.

Course Design :

Our programme prepares students to be down-to-earth performers, who continuously learn from experience and develop into thoughtful and sensitive professionals, so that they participate and influence organisational processes in an enlightened manner. The unique design of our programme is based on the Instructional Systems Design Methodology, which aims at integrating different disciplines to make Management an enriching field of thoughtful practice. It is not modelled on any other Indian or Foreign programme. We emphasize Self-study throughout the programme. Hence, besides classroom learning, there are assignments, case study sessions and field studies, in which students’ ACTIVE participation is expected. We desire strict adherence to the Minimum Attendance Norm, which is 80%, the remaining 20% being allowed for personal exigencies, sickness, etc.

Assessment :

About 40 % of the assessment is continuous and the remaining 60% through the semester-end examination. The minimum percentage for passing is 50%.