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PGDM Dual Specialisation

  • Students must choose a 'major' and 'minor' specialisation area.
  • Students can major in Marketing, Finance, HR, Operations and International Trade.
  • Students can choose their minor specialisation area from any one of the above and ‘Systems’.
  • Out of the total elective subjects’ students must select 6 from their major specialisation area and 4 from their minor specialisation area.
  • Out of the 6 subjects for major specialisation 4 subjects are the 'area of concentration' subjects and 2 can be selected from the entire list of subjects in that elective area.
  • For minor specialisation students can select any 4 from the entire list of subjects in that elective area.
  • A Major specialisation area can be offered only if there are 10 or more students opting for it
  • A maximum of 50 students can opt for a major specialisation area. If there are more than 50 students opting, then a merit list will be prepared based on marks in the relevant functional area course. For e.g. If more than 50 students apply for Finance as their major specialisation area, then a merit list will be prepared based on marks in Financial Management in DM1. The top 50 students in the list will be allowed to take it as their major specialisation.
  • A maximum of 60 students can opt for a given subject in any specialisation area. If there are more than 60 students opting, then a merit list will be prepared based on marks in the relevant functional area course. The top 60 students will be allotted the subject.
  • An elective subject will be taught only if there are 10 or more students opting for it.