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PGDM (International Business)

Overview

Globalization of business is order of the day. In financial services, pharmaceuticals, beverages, automobiles, information technology etc. Indian firms-large and small are winning internationally. You may want to study international business to understand the developments in these fields, the challenges in managing international businesses and the different approaches to accomplish them. You may also want to study international business because employers know that their future depends on success in the world economy and so they need to recruit those who will make that happen. We stand on the brink of a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another. In its scale scope and complexity, the transformation will be unlike anything humankind has experienced before.


Abhijit K. Chattoraj, Chairperson

Prof. Anuj Sharma

Chairperson(Internatinal Business Programme)

Admission

BIMTECH offers admissions to its two year full time PGDM program and other sectoral programs namely, PGDM (International Business), PGDM (Retail Management) & PGDM (Insurance Business Management) and Two Doctoral Level Programmes – FPM (Fellow Programme in Management) & EFPM (Executive Fellow Programme in Management), PGDM at its Bhubaneswar campus for the 2018-20 batch.

Interested aspirants can, not only find details of the selection criteria, how to apply, the fee structure, the scholarships offered and financial assistance available but also download the Information Bulletin 2018 and apply online for admissions for the 30th Academic Session.

Admission to Best PGDM College in India - BIMTECH

Policy Statement

The soul of any academic institution is its students. While the students seek to give shape to their future, BIMTECH strives to make their dreams come true.The guiding principle of Admissions at BIMTECH has always been one that facilitates the grooming of ethical global business leaders who are committed to inclusive growth and sustainability.

The Institute’s Admission Policy is supported by four pillars.

  • Acknowledging merit over anything else is one of the most important of them.
  • Complete transparency,
  • Unhindered access for all, and
  • Meeting the requirements of the corporate world from the future managers which we seek to provide.

Selecting aspirants for admissions to its various programs every year, year after year has been oriented towards achieving a right mix in the class so as to enhance the total learning experience both within and outside the class. Admission efforts seek to achieve a ‘class- diversity’ which heightens peer group learning.

Fee Structure

Programmes Offered for Session 2017-19 at Greater Noida Campus

Programme Recognition/ Accreditation/ Approval No. of Seats Selection Procedure Broad Eligibility Criteria Programme Tuition Fee Category wise (for full course)
PGDM 2 Year, Full Time (Equivalence to MBA by AIU) AICTE NBA Accredited 240 Valid CAT 2016 score/ Valid GMAT 2016-17 score Valid XAT 2017 score+PI+ Write-up Graduation with Min. 50% marks (10+2+3 pattern) Merit 11,00,000INR
Corp.Sponsored17,00,000INR
NRI 17,00,000INR
NRI Sponsored17,00,000INR
InternationalStudents12,00,000INR
PGDM (International Business) 2 Year, Full Time AICTE NBA Accredited Equivalence to MBA by AIU 60 Valid CAT 2016 score/ Valid GMAT 2016-17 score Valid XAT 2017 score+PI+ Write-up Graduation with Min. 50% marks (10+2+3 pattern) Merit 11,00,000INR
Corp.Sponsored 17,00,000INR
NRI 17,00,000INR
NRI Sponsored 17,00,000INR
InternationalStudents12,00,000INR
PGDM (Insurance Business Management) 2 Year, Full Time AICTE 60 Valid CAT 2016 score/ Valid XAT 2017 score /Valid MAT 2016-17 score/Valid CMAT 2016- 17 score/Valid GMAT 2016-17 score+ PI+Write-up Graduation with Min. 50% marks (10+2+3 pattern) Merit 8,50,000INR
Corp.Sponsored 15,00,000INR
NRI 15,00,000INR
NRI Sponsored 15,00,000INR
InternationalStudents9,00,000INR
PGDM (Retail Management) 2 Year, Full Time AICTE 60 Valid CAT 2016 score/ Valid XAT 2017 score /Valid MAT 2016-17 score/Valid CMAT 2016- 17 score/Valid GMAT 2016-17 score+PI+Write-up Graduation with Min. 50% marks (10+2+3 pattern) Merit 8,50,000INR
Corp.Sponsored 15,00,000INR
NRI 15,00,000INR
NRI Sponsored 15,00,000INR
InternationalStudents9,00,000INR

Distribution of Seats

Course Total No. of Seats to be filled 90% of total intake under merit Category 10% of total intake under following Corporate Sponsored International Student
PGDM 240 216 24
PGDM (International Business) 60 54 6
PGDM (Insurance Business Management) 60 54 6
PGDM (Retail Management) 60 54 6
Total 420 378 42
*Important Note

Candidates applying under DA Category/Other Category (Corporate Sponsored/NRI/NRI Sponsored/International Students) will be required to produce documents listed under eligibility conditions at the time of submission of first installement of tuition fee failing which their application may be rejected/considered under General Category. These applicants will then be required to meet eligibility conditions of the General Category.

 

Program Framework

Trimester I Summer Internship Trimester IV
Trimester II Trimester V
Trimester III Trimester VI

Trimester I

Course Area Credit Credit Hours Tutorial Hours Total Hours
Core Courses (8 Full Courses + 1 Project Work(E))
Statistics for Business Analysis O & DS 3.0 30 5 35
Marketing Management - 1 Mktg. 3.0 30 5 35
Financial Accounting Fin. 3.0 30 5 35
International Trade & Investment IB. 3.0 30 5 35
Managerial Economics (Including 15 hrs of Macro Economics) Eco. 4.0 40 5 45
Foreign Language I (Chinese/ French / German/ Spanish) IB 3.0 30 5 35
Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management HR 4.0 40 5 45
Inter-cultural Business Communication BC 4.0 40 - 40
Export Cluster Project E 1.0 10 - 10
Total Credit   28.0 280 35 315
NOTE :- E’ denotes Experiential Learning course.
 

Trimester II

Course Area Credit Credit Hours Tutorial Hours Total Hours
Core Courses(8 Full Courses+ 1 Module + 1 Project Work (E))
Operations Management O&DS 3.0 30 5 35
Managerial Accounting Fin. 3.0 30 5 35
Marketing Management-II (Markstat)# Mktg. 4.0 40 5 45
International Trade Operations IB 3.0 30 5 35
Foreign Language II (Chinese/ French / German/ Spanish) IB 3.0 30 5 35
Information Systems Management For Business IT 3.0 30 5 35
Responsible Business Strategy 3.0 30 5 35
Global Business Environment IB 3.0 30 5 35
Excel for Managers IT 1.5 15 - 15
Doing Business with Middle East/ Asia Pacific Countries / BRICs / Africa Project – Project Work E 1.0 10 - 10
Total Credits   27.5 275 40 315
NOTE :- E’ denotes Experiential Learning course
# Includes 10 hours of Markstat

Trimester III

Course Area Credit Credit Hours Tutorial Hours Total Hours
Core Courses (6 Full Courses + 2 Module)

International Marketing

Mktg/ IB

3.0

30

5

35

Business Research Methods (SPSS included)@

O&DS

3.0

30

5

35

Corporate Finance

Fin.

3.0

30

5

35

Management Science

O&DS

3.0

30

5

35

Business Communication (BC-2)

BC

3.0

30

 

30

International Supply Chain & Logistics Management

O&DS /IB

4.0

40

5

45

International Marketing Research

IB

1.0

10

-

10

Elective Courses (Two of 3 credit each)   9.0 90 15 105
Total Credits   29.0 290 40 330
@ Includes SPSS based teaching

Trimester IV

Course Area Credit Credit Hours Tutorial Hours Total Hours
Core Courses(5Full Courses)
International Strategic Management Strategy 3.0 30 5 35
Geopolitics & Global Risk Analysis IB 2.0 20 5 25
Capstone for Business Simulation Strategy 3.0 30 5 35
International Financial Management Fin /IB 3.0 30 5 35
International Commodity Management IB 2.0 20 5 25
Elective Courses (Four of 3 credits each)   12 120 20 140
Total Credits   25.0 250 45 295

Trimester V

Course Area Credit Credit Hours Tutorial Hours Total Hours
Core Courses (3 Full Courses+ 2 Modules + 1 Project Work (E)
Design Thinking Strategy 2.0 20 5 25
International Business Laws IB 2.0 20 5 25
Creating an Entrepreneurial Mind-set IE 2.0 20 5 25
International Shipping IB 1.5 15 - 15
Intellectual Property Rights IB 1.0 10 - 10
X-Culture Project (E) E 1.5 15 - 15
Elective Courses (Three of 3 credits each)   9 90 15 105
Total Credits   19.0 190 30 220
E’ denotes Experiential Learning course.

Trimester VI

Course Area Credit Credit Hours Tutorial Hours Total Hours
Business Innovation & Growth Strategy Strategy 3.0 30 5 35
Introduction to ERP IT 3.0 30 5 35
Introduction to Consulting Management IT 3.0 30 5 35
Total Credits   3.0 30 5 35
Immersion Program
At the commencement of Programme   4.0 58   58
Total Teaching Credits   135.5 1373 195 1568
  Course Code Credit Credit Hours
Summer Internship Project (SIP) (E) Internship and Dissertation (E) IB-222 9.0 90
Viva Voce As an integral part of continuous Evaluation system      
Port Visit (E) As an integral part of continuous Evaluation system (E) IB-333 2.0 20
Total Credits For The Course   146.5 1483
NOTE :- E’ denotes Experiential Learning course.

Electives

AREA :- F – Finance, IT – Information Technology, E-Economics, M – Marketing, HR – Human Resources, STG – Strategy, DS – Decision Science, O-Operations, Com – Communication, IE- Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Electives – Marketing Electives – Finance
  • IB – 701 Service Marketing
  • IB – 702 Sales and Distribution Management
  • IB – 703 Digital Marketing
  • IB – 704 Franchising and Global Retailing
  • IB – 705 Luxury Marketing
  • IB – 706 Consumer Behaviour
  • IB – 707 Marketing Analytics
  • IB – 708 Integrated Marketing Communication
  • IB – 709 Business to Business Marketing
  • IB – 710 Customer Relationship Management
  • IB – 711 International Brand Management
  • IB – 712 Retail Marketing
  • IB – 713 Social Marketing
  • IB – 714 Advanced Marketing Analytics
  • IB – 715 Entrepreneurial Marketing
  • IB – 720 Advance Financial Statement Analysis
  • IB – 721 Financial Services, Products and Markets
  • IB – 722 Investment Management
  • IB – 723 Management of Commercial Banks
  • IB – 724 Retail Banking and Financial Inclusion
  • IB – 725 Banking Laws and Operations
  • IB – 726 Business Analysis and Valuation
  • IB – 727 Corporate Banking and Credit Appraisal
  • IB – 728 Derivatives and Risk Management
  • IB – 729 Financial Econometrics
  • IB – 730 Banking Technology Management
  • IB – 731 Financial Planning and Wealth Management
  • IB – 732 Fixed Income Securities
  • IB – 733 Mergers, Acquisitions & Corporate Restructuring
  • IB – 734 Project & Infrastructure Finance
  • IB – 735 Treasury and Risk Management in Banks
Electives – Operations
  • IB – 740 Predictive Business Analytics
  • IB – 741 Process Analysis and Improvement
  • IB – 742 Service Operation Management
  • IB – 743 Data Envelopment Analysis
  • IB – 744 Logistics & Warehousing Management
  • IB – 745 Procure Management
  • IB – 746 TQM-Manufacturing and Services 
  • IB – 747 Supply Chain Management Analytics
  • IB – 748 Operations Strategy 
  • IB – 749 Multi-criteria Decision Making
  • IB – 750 Project Management
  • IB – 751 Lean Sustainable Supply Chain

 

Pedagogy

The pedagogy adopted by IB course is such designed that it includes academic seriousness and practical application. The class room teaching includes sessions by the strong force of faculty who are known for their dedication for teaching and research, and long industry experience with close ties to national and international academic and business community. The practical application part is taken care of by the case studies and projects at different stages of the two year program, with close interaction with industry, give students a first hand experience of corporate world. The students are also subjected to simulation games, quizzes, role plays, etc to develop analytical and decision making capabilities.As a part of the academic activity, CIBP conducts various workshops, guest lectures, panel discussions and seminars for its students. Experts from all the fields of the industry have visited the institute and offered their valuable insight and opinions on current and pertinent topics In order to supplement the various theories acquired in the classroom by the students for a simultaneous understanding and application, students are taken to the national as well as international ports, visit to industries in India and abroad and short- term projects in corporate / industries.

To add practical learning, summer projects are kept for 90 days, after completion of Third Trimester which forms an integral part of their learning as students interact with industry and work on live projects. Similarly, there is Winter Projects in VI trimester where a dissertation is undertaken by student under the guidance of faculty.

Students actively participate in various activities organized by the Institutes’ Clubs including Debating Society, Cultural Club, E-Cell (Entrepreneurs’ Cell) etc., besides sending them to participate in seminars and conferences’ organized outside BIMTECH enabling them to acquire relevant knowledge about the market and management issues through interactions with the industry.

Salient Features of Pedagogy

Pre-Course Reading Material

Pre-course reading materials which are in the form of text books, cases, articles etc. is made available to all participants in advance. Participants are expected to spend 8 to 10 hours per week studying these materials before they come for classes each term. Online assessments are also incorporated in the program to ensure academic rigor.

Lectures

Lectures one of the best teaching methods in many circumstances for most of the students; especially for communicating conceptual knowledge are used as an important pedagogy tool. Faculties use audio-visual teaching aids like OHP, overhead LCD projection systems, etc. to enhance the learning among students.

Industry Speakers/Visits

An integral part of the PGDM (IB) is the speaker series and visits that are regularly organized throughout the course. Talks by industry leaders and visits to various industries in India and other countries during the program are organized to complements classroom learning and bring in a practical perspective to management theories.

Simulations

Simulations which help maximize classroom learning as the decisions that the participants face in these simulations replicate the kind of decisions they would face in their own organizations are used as an important tool.

CaseMethod

Case studies intend to detail different solutions scenarios with quantitative results. Our students’ reactivity in facing innovative managerial issues and their risk-taking behaviors are encouraged. Students’ opinions are shared and confronted; the decision-making process is practically apprehended.

RolePlay

Role playing is a method for exploring the issues involved in complex business situations. The objective of introducing the role play is that to teach students to think Role playing gives students a chance to live the roles and practice the concepts before hand. Spirit of innovation, achievement and intellectual group of students work together with commitment towards global excellence is all about BIMTECH way of learning.

SeminarsandWorkshops

Seminars/workshops introduce state-of-the-art ideas and easy-to-learn techniques that assist students to accelerate their individual growth both professionally and individually. Seminar improves student’s presentation skills whether they are persuading, educating, or informing. These highly interactive workshops are frequently conducted. Students also undergo the seminars which are highly participatory and personalized workshops of its kind.

ComprehensiveViva-Voce

At the end of I & II term comprehensive viva-voce is conducted for all subjects to test the knowledge of candidate in totality, linkages of concepts of different areas and their practical application.

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