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Dear sir, what is pgpm, fabm, pgex, in cat application form,?
- PGP-FABM is a Post Graduate Programme in Food and Agri Business Management course offered in IIM Ahmedabad. The selection of candidates for admission to PGP-FABM at IIM Ahmedabad is a two-step process. In the first step, candidates will be short-listed for Group Discussion and Personal Interviews from among candidates who have applied for the programme and have a valid CAT score and satisfy the eligibility criteria for the programme.
- PGP stands for Post Graduation Programme in Management
- PGEX is a Post Graduation Programme in Management for Executives.
Can you know that Unitedworld is best pgdm/pgpm school?
UWSB is among top B-Schools in India, whose PGDM admissions are sought after by aspirants from across the country. Its excellent placements and industry connections unlike any other PGDM institute in India make UWSB a rare gem among business schools in India. This unique PGDM institute in India has a mission to deliver world-class education through guest lecturers from academic celebrities, strategically devised UG & PG courses, expert faculties and a real-world exposure giving UWSB an edge among top B schools in India, making it a preferred destination for PGDM admission.
I want to do MBA with finance specialization in IIMs of 2 years course. I searched in website but they showing PGPM PGDM.
In India, only a University can offer degrees such as an MBA, Any other educational institution which is not affiliated to a University cannot offer a degree.
PGDM stands for Post Graduate Diploma in Management, as PGP is Post Graduate Program Diploma.
the reason as to why postgraduate courses are named as PGDM is because when an Institute is an autonomous body and offers management courses, then such Institutes cannot offer an MBA degree.
Executive MBA or PGDM is a postgraduate management programme for working professionals who want to upgrade their managerial skills.
Hope this helps, All the best!
Getting MBA degree or PGDM /PGPM degree which one is more beneficial?
MMS/MBA MMS stands for Master of Management Studies while MBA stands for Master of Business Administration and there is no difference between the two of them as it is just a case of University nomenclature (the term MMS is used in Maharashtra in place of MBA). Now these courses are offered by Colleges that are affiliated to Universities who have received approval from AICTE and thus everything is decided by the University and the Colleges simply follow the guidelines handed down to them.
PGDM/PGPM PGDM stands for Post Graduate Diploma in Management while PGPM stands for Post Graduate Program in Management and again there is no difference between the two of them and it is just a case of how Colleges structure or name their courses. Now these courses are offered by Colleges that are not affiliated to any University but have directly received approval from AICTE to run their own programs.
Now comparing MMS and PGDM, both the programs are of 2 years and are full time courses but there are a few differences between them and we shall discuss them in detail below.
1. Approval Have discussed this above.
2. Curriculum In MMS, there is a fixed curriculum which is decided by the University and a lot of people are of the view that it is outdated (which could be right in a few cases). But if one takes a look at any good College, they always cover more than the given curriculum and make sure students do not miss out on anything that could help them when they join a Company. Now in PGDM, the curriculum is modifiable and is generally updated according to industry standards (the best example of this being the Digital Marketing courses offered by a lot of Colleges with it being one of the most happening industry skills right now). In totality, it can be said that PGDM courses are much more flexible than MMS courses as they are not bound by any University but all good Colleges offering MMS courses make sure that their students learn everything that is needed.
3. No of seats The no of seats are limited for MMS courses whereas for PGDM courses, the number of seats are more as colleges decide the number of students they want to admit in every program.
4. Fees The fees for MMS courses is generally lower in comparison to PGDM courses.
5. Industry placements Most Companies do not differentiate between students from MMS and PGDM courses and the same is applicable for Colleges as they allow students from both courses to sit together for placements.
6. PhD In case someone wants to pursue a PhD, MMS courses are the way to go as a student opting for a PGDM course wont be able to pursue one.
So in summary, MMS and PGDM courses have their advantages and disadvantages but at the end of the day, it wont matter a lot whether you pursue a MMS or PGDM course as it is the college you join which will ultimately shape your future. For example, IIMs offer PGDM courses and are considered to be THE best Colleges in India (the older IIMs to be precise). On the other hand, JBIMS and FMS offer MBA/MMS courses (and MBA/MMS courses are supposed to inferior in comparison to PGDM courses) but they are still better than a lot of other Colleges in India which offer PGDM courses.
hi what is PGPM and what is FPM ..please tell me...which course is better ..
The two-year full-time Post-Graduate Programme in Management (PGP) is the flagship programme of IIMs. Its main objective is to develop young men and women into competent professional managers, capable of working in any sector of organized activity, proceeding leadership and achieving excellence in performance while contributing to the welfare of the larger society. The programme specifically attempts to:
Equip students with the required conceptual and interpersonal skills and sense of social purpose for managerial decision-making,
Develop leadership capabilities to act as change agents and be a source of motivation in the organizations they work in,
Nurture the desire to excel in performance without compromising integrity, honesty and fairness.
It is equivalent to the Masters in Management program for entry to mid career professionals. It is usually slightly at a higher level that MIM and slightly below MBAs offered by universities abroad.
The Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) is the doctoral programme of the Indian Institute of Management . The objective of the programme is to provide students with necessary skills to identify and research complex issues in the field of management. FPM seeks candidates with outstanding academic backgrounds, intellectual curiosity and discipline needed to make scholarly contribution.
FPM is a research programme. To the selected students, IIM provides an excellent environment for carrying out advanced research, thus creating highly committed researchers trained in the most recent methodologies and engaged in producing original research work.
IIM’s doctoral programme provides a diverse set of opportunities for interdisciplinary education and research. The small entering class ensures close interaction with the faculty, where students can determine their own directions under the guidance of their thesis advisory committees.
The student becomes part of one of the eleven functional/sectoral groups and acquires the basic theoretical knowledge and practical aspects of the area. This allows close interaction with faculty members, who provide the intellectual stimulation and help develop the student’s own research interests and professional goals. The programme is strongly committed to preparing thought leaders both for the academic and corporate world.
Students spend generally a little over four years that includes two years of rigorous course work. Course work in the first year provides a general management overview and develops basic skills for analyzing managerial problems. In the second year, students take advanced doctoral level courses in their areas of specialization. The doctoral dissertation, for the next couple of years, provides them with an opportunity to make original contribution to an area of management or to one of its source disciplines.
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