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ABOUT PGDM

The faculty's main objective is to assist the student to develop those qualities and to internalise those values which make for effective leadership in organisations. Since this involves more than the knowledge of specific theories and models, different learning methods are used appropriate to the skills to be developed, like problem analysis, case studies in groups, simulated games, small group seminars, and 'laboratory' exercise. While classroom interaction aims at developing a wide knowledgebase, the student is encouraged to analyse, anticipate, innovate and otherwise prepare himself or herself for a challenging professional career. The courses are designed taking into account the requirements of employers and the abilities of the students to reach the highest standards.

Pedagogy

GIM works towards enabling its students to learn better through innovative learning techniques. The style of class is participatory, thus being an impetus in enhancing student capabilities. Teamwork is strongly emphasized, through interactive and group learning, which increases participation and helps maintain student involvement. Students analytical skills are tested through problem based cases, whereas the question and discussion periods and debates help stimulate thought. Visual and computer based instruction along with technology based delivery provide a more effective presentation of course material. Fieldwork service projects help integrate the theory and practice in business management. Teaching techniques at GIM are thus themed around enabling students to become independent thinkers, and making things happen. The learning process is enhanced through the use of technology that facilitates access to resources and readings and submission of assignments. Courses are designed as a blend of theory and practice, providing concepts, skills and competencies needed to augment career growth. The curriculum broadly follows the pattern proposed by the AICTE. It consists of core courses of 71 credits and elective courses of 48 credits. Details of Curriculum .

Summer Project

In the summer after the first year, students are required to spend eight to ten weeks in an industrial organization doing a project on a significant aspect or problem of organizational management. The aim of the summer project is to provide students an opportunity to observe closely an organization in operation, and to relate what they have learnt in class to actual practice. The Alumni Association has instituted a Gold Medal for the Best Summer Project.

Dissertation

The students are required to submit a dissertation on any area of management, as a part of the academic programme.

The following awards have been instituted

  1. Shri. Vasudeva V. Sinai Dempo Gold Medal for Best Dissertation in the area of Human Resources.
  2. Shri. Vassudev M. Salgaocar Gold Medal for Best Dissertation in the area of Finance.
  3. The Romano Francisco Dias Gold Medal for Best Dissertation in the area of Marketing Management.
  4. The James N. Heredia Gold Medal for Best Dissertation in the area of Business Ethics.
  5. The Goa Institute of Management Gold Medal for Best Dissertation in the area of Operations Management.
  6. The Chowgule Gold Medal for Best Dissertation in the area of Systems Management.
  7. Fr. Romuald D'Souza Gold Medal for the Best Student of The Year.
  8. The Damodar Sripad Borkar Gold Medal for Academic Performance.
  9. The Prof. Tarun Pasricha Silver Medal for Academic Performance.
  10. Dr. Deepa Martins Memorial Medal for Special Recognition of Extra ? Curricular Activities (Silver Medal).
  11. Shri. Nirmal Goswami Gold Medal for Communications.
  12. The Alumni Association Gold Medal for the Best Summer Project.

Fees

PGDM - FULL TIME FEE STRUCTURE 2017-19 SESSION    

Academic Fee*(Figures in rupees)
 Term ITerm IITerm IIITerm IVTerm VTerm VI
Admission Fee43,000     
Tuition Fee1,48,5001,48,5001,48,5001,48,5001,48,5001,48,500
Resources & Services73,50073,50073,50073,50073,500   83,500
TERM FEE2,65,0002,22,0002,22,0002,22,0002,22,0002,32,000

* A maximum 10% revision in Academic fee is likely subject to approval.

HOSTEL OPTIONS 

OPTION 1
Double Occupancy -- Non Airconditioned Term ITerm IITerm IIITerm IVTerm VTerm VI
Admission Fee16,000     
Double occupancy10,45010,45010,45010,45010,45010,450
Hostel Establishment7,5507,5507,5507,5507,5507,550
Hostel Fee Per Term34,00018,00018,00018,00018,00018,000
OPTION 2
Single Occupancy -- Non Airconditioned  Term ITerm IITerm IIITerm IVTerm VTerm VI
Admission Fee16,000     
Single occupancy13,70013,70013,70013,70013,70013,700
Hostel Establishment7,5507,5507,5507,5507,5507,550
Hostel Fee Per Term37,25021,25021,25021,25021,25021,250
OPTION 3
Single Occupancy --  Airconditioned with bath attachedTerm ITerm IITerm IIITerm IVTerm VTerm VI
Admission Fee16,000     
Single occupancy40,60040,60040,60040,60040,60040,600
Hostel Establishment10,20010,20010,20010,20010,20010,200
Hostel Fee Per Term66,80050,80050,80050,80050,80050,800
OPTION 4
Single Occupancy -- Non-AC with bath attachedTerm ITerm IITerm IIITerm IVTerm VTerm VI
Admission Fee16,000     
Single Occupancy20,00020,00020,00020,00020,00020,000
Hostel Establishment9,5009,5009,5009,5009,5009,500
Hostel Fee Per Term45,50029,50029,50029,50029,50029,500

 REFUNDABLE CAUTION DEPOSITS

**REFUNDABLE CAUTION DEPOSIT -- RS.25,000/- (RUPEES TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND ONLY)                                                                                                                                           **The Caution Deposit will be refunded to the student after he/she has left the Institute, and on verification that no  dues are standing against his/her name. An amount of  Rs.5000/- (Rupees five thousand only) will be deducted from the refundable caution deposit on graduation and credited as membership fee to the GIM Alumni Association.