Two year program for preparing leadership talent for the 21st Century.
The proposed two year full time Post Graduate Diploma will focus on emerging economies and their growth. It will offer a unique and nonpareil coverage of the economies of China, Far-East, Latin America and Africa in comparison to the India growth story. The program has been designed by the panel of experts, which comprises the best in the world of managerial academia. Regular inputs from Industry experts will keep it in sync with the needs of an ever changing market place. The course will help the students to develop into business-ready managers, capable of responding to complex business requirements that arise in a changing global business environment.
Upon completion of the program, students will learn
* Great Lakes uses CAT scores only for screening applications for admissions and IIMs have no role in the conduct of Great Lakes academic programs.
+ Great Lakes is not an associate institute of XLRI but uses XAT scores only for screening applicants for admission & XLRI has no role to play in the conduct of any of Great Lakes Management programs.
Applicants are evaluated based on GMAT/CAT/XAT/CMAT/MAT scores, past academic performance, essays, work experience and performance in the personal interview. The selection process builds in a criterion that facilitates evaluating each applicant on:
The above conditions / clauses / terms can be reviewed by the Institute from time to time.
|PROGRAM & ACADEMIC FEES||Indian Applicant
|Tuition & Academic Fee||660000|
|ACCOMMODATION & FOOD CHARGES||Indian Applicant
|Accommodation (Twin Sharing)||315000|
|Caution Deposit (Refundable)||10000|
1. Great Lakes provides both AC and Non-AC hostel facilities which are optional and additionally chargeable.
2. Certain non-academic aspects like catering, skill development, admission processing are outsourced at the discretion of the Institution and the related charges are paid to the respective service providers on behalf of students with the Institute faciilitating and coordinating these services.
Selected students can contact the Admissions Office for assistance in applying for loans after receiving the offer of admission.
The proposed Post Graduate Diploma would be spread over six terms. The first year Academic work would be spread over three terms including Summer Training in industrial and business organization. Only after the successful completion of first year PGD, the Students will be allowed to register for the second year of the PGD.
For each course, there will be thirty hours of classroom contact and an additional seventy hours of out of class work required to successfully complete the course. This involves reading, projects and other assignments/exercises, case study preparation, etc. This unit would be treated as three credits equivalent of academic work attainment. Thus a course with thirty hours of in class contact would be three credit.
Each student would work with an organization, on a project for a period of 8 weeks at the end of first year. The objective is to allow students, intense day-to-day interaction with organisations. Summer Training would provide exposure to the student to working of an organisation in the real life setting. It would also help students to develop managerial skills and competencies, and facilitates an informed career choice by the students.
|2||FN-101||Financial Accounting for Decision Making||3|
|4||OB-101||Individuals in Organization (OB-1)||3|
|6||QA-101||Quantitative Methods for Decision Making-1||3|
|7||HR-101||Human Resource Management||3|
|2||IT-101||Management Information Systems||3|
|5||QA-102||Quantitative Methods for Decision Making-2||3|
|6||OP-101||Production and Operations Management||3|
|8||GM-103||Critical Analytical Thinking||2|
|5||OP-102||Optimization Models for Business Dec Making||3|
|1||GM-105||Corporate governance and business ethics||3|
|2||MK-105||International Business Strategies||3|
Each Paper is for 3 credits
|MK-203||Sales & Distribution Management|
|MK-204||Web and Social Media Analytics|
|MK-205||Product & Brand Management|
|MK-206||Customer Relationship Management|
|MK-208||Marketing and Retail Analytics|
|IT & SYSTEMS AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT|
|OP-202||Logistics & Supply Chain|
|OP-203||Supply Chain Modeling and Analytics|
|OP-204||Service Operations Management|
|OP-205||Demand Planning and Forecasting|
|OP-206||Strategic Sourcing & Corporate Quality|
|AN-202||Enterprise Resources Planning|
|FN-201||Security Analysis and Portfolio Management|
|FN-202||Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation|
|FN-205||Derivatives and Risk Management|
|FN-206||Risk & Fraud Analytics|
|FN-208||Mergers & Acquisitions|
|FN-209||Project and Infrastructure Finance|
|EC-201||Economics of Strategy|
|HR-202||Learning and Development|
|OB-201||Leadership, Influence and Power|
|OB-202||Motivation Theory & EQ|
|Duration of the Program||24 months|
|Proposed dates||1st July 2016 to 30th June 2018|