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PGDM (BFS) Course Structure


Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Banking & Financial Services)

There have been many positive developments in the field of Indian banking sector in the last decade.  Inspite of the temporary depression in economic activity and strong recession, the banking sector has been able to emerge as one of the highly evolving and rapidly changing sectors today.  The days of recruitment of probationary officers with just graduation qualification are gone. Currently the demand is with that of MBA qualification and there are lots of management institutes in India who are offering MBA in banking management.
The Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Banking & Financial Services) – PGDM (BFS) is a two year full time program and is divided into six terms. 

PGDM (BFS) - First Year Courses

Banking sector in India is poised for a high trajectory growth opening multiple opportunities to a bright career. The syllabus comprises of three components: core management program, banking & finance inputs and elective specializations. The course in the first year form the basis of creating a strong foundation for students in the basic disciplines of management and carry 1 credit each. 
Term I   Term II   Term III  
Managerial Economics Macro Economics  & Business Policy   Contemporary Business Environment
Business Communication -I Business Communication -II Business Research Methodology
IT for Managers Management Accounting   Human Resource Management
Financial Accounting for Managers Marketing Management - II   Legal Aspects of Business
Organizational Behavior - I OB-II Financial Management
Business Statistics   Decision Management Scicence Corporate Strategy-I   
Marketing Management – I MIS Banking Laws & Practices
Statistics for Managers    Operations Management
    Summer Training Project  


Summer Internship Programme (SIP)


Summer Internships are generally arranged between the first year and second year to gain first-hand experience of working in the real world of corporate and PSUs and also for application of class room learning to manage the prevailing challenges of industry. This period of eight to ten weeks of internship enables students to have a better perspective of handling responsibilities and understanding work culture. This is the period of maximum utilization of developed skills which puts the students on the path to fast growing careers.

PGDM (BFS) - Second Year Course

The Programme offers the student a Major in the area of Banking & Financial Services, along with a Minor in any other area, thus opening up a broader choice of careers. The second year courses are a mix of compulsory (core) courses and electives in the specialization areas of student’s choice.

There are two compulsory courses in each term. The student selects a total of twelve elective courses, eight from the Major area and four from the Minor area, as shown under. All courses carry 1 credit each.

Term IV  (E-Any 3) Term IV  (E-Any 3) Term VI  (E-Any 2)
Corporate Strategy - II {C}

Business Ethics & Corporate Governance {C}

Investment Banking & Financial Services (E)

Risk Management in Banks { C} Forex Management in Banks{C} Management of Financial Services(E)
Entrepreneurship & Management of MSME's {C} Project Appraisal & Finance (E) Mergers & Acquisitions(E)
Security Analysis & Portfolio Management(E) Rural Banking & Microfinance(E) Winter Project
Advanced Financial Management (E) Financial Planning (E) Minor II ( Two )  
Finance Using Excel (E) Financial Risk Management(E)  
Banking Products & Services ( E)    Minor I ( One)  
Minor I ( One)    

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