TAPMI’s two-year Post Graduate Diploma in Management is designed to push students to go beyond their constraints and redraw their boundaries to achieve excellence in business. Every aspect of a student’s life in the two-year period involves decision-making – with its consequent results. This rigorous course is based on experiential learning and makes use of the case-study approach to simulate situations which the future managers might face in the real world. The program is accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) and the world-renowned Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB); and it is recognised by The Association of Indian Universities (AIU) as equivalent to an MBA degree. NBA reaffirmed the 5 year accreditation for PGDM program at TAPMI, a quality mark given only to a few selected B-Schools in India.
Specialisations offered under this course include: Marketing, Operations, Human Resource, Finance, IT and General Management.
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With changing business needs and rapidly evolving business environment,leaders need to be creative, curious and innovative. An essential combination of organisational and people skills is imperative for today’s leaders. At TAPMI, we prepare students to meet these unique challenges with our leadership development program. We develop the necessary skill and character required to thrive in complex business organisations. Students learn their own strengths through self assessments, psychometric assessments and are continuously mentored and guided throughout their time at TAPMI.
While academic rigour and practical management learning form the backbone of TAPMI’s PGDM program (equivalent to an MBA degree), our goal is to ensure that every student achieves a fulfilling career. We provide them with the necessary industry connects as well as create entrepreneurial opportunities.
Evaluation & Grading
TAPMI follows a rigorous system of continuous evaluation, and the assessment events include quizzes, tests, assignments, mid-term and end-term exams, individual/group project work, presentations, and panel discussions. Based on the performance in each course, a course grade is awarded to each student, and a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is awarded for the entire program. At the end of each term, students who do not meet the minimum academic standards are asked to withdraw from the program. Elaboration on the process of assessment, grading and expected performance standards is provided to students in the PGP Rules and Guidelines manual, at the time of joining the program.