Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Banking & Financial Services)
IMI, Delhi’s two year Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Banking & Financial Services) is designed to cater to the growing needs of management professionals for Banking and Financial Services industry. The program is aimed to develop high quality management professionals equipped with technical and managerial competency with a global mind set. The focus of the program is to develop a holistic and integrative approach towards management in Banking and Financial Services industry.
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Goals and objectives: PGDM Banking & Financial Services
Program goals/ objectives
Goal 1: Demonstrate written and oral communication skills
Student should be able to write well organized and grammatically correct business reports and letters.
Student should be able to make effective oral presentations
Goal 2: Demonstrate problem solving and critical thinking skills
Student should be able to demonstrate critical thinking skills by understanding the issues with a strong focus on banking and financial services, evaluating alternatives on the basis of multiple perspectives and presenting a solution including conclusions and implications
Student should be to demonstrate problem solving skills by understanding and defining the problem related particularly to banking and financial services, analyzing it and solving it by applying appropriate theories, tools and techniques.
Goal 3: Develop ability to explain responsible leadership behavior in management
Student should be able to illustrate the role of responsible leadership in management.
Student should be able to identify social concerns and ethical issues in management.
Goal 4: Develop a global perspective in management
Students should be able to identify challenges faced by banks and financial institutions in the global business environment.
Student should be able to take decisions in the global business environment with special focus on banking and financial institutions.
The three PGDM programs at IMI, Delhi are of two years duration each. IMI follows a trimester system and each program consists of six trimesters. Each trimester is of 11-12 weeks duration. The academic calendar begins early July. Apart from the six trimesters students are required to undergo a compulsory Summer Internship Program (SIP) at the end of the first year.