ABBSSM has the distinction of offering the largest number of elective courses. The electives cover a wide array of topics. Advanced Business Analytics (ABA) was launched with the aim of strengthening of research and teaching programmes. Students, accompanied by ABBSSM faculty members interact with local universities, companies and research centres which gives them a better understanding of specific analytical skills.
PGDM students have the option to take an audit courses across any electives offered by the department. These courses are guided by faculty and provide students an opportunity to personalize their academic work to pursue their specific areas of interest in depth.
|PGDM 401||Strategic Management||3|
|PGDM 402||Personality Enhancement Level I||2|
|Students Choose Five Elective from Below||5*4=20 Credits|
|PGDM MM 403-408||Marketing Electives – 6 Courses||4|
|PGDM FM 403-408||Finance Electives – 6 Courses||4|
|PGDM OM403-408||Operations Electives – 6 Courses||4|
|PGDM HRM 403-408||Human Resource Electives – 6 Courses||4|
|PGDM ABA 403-408||Advanced Business Analytics – 6 Courses||4|
*The student will choose any 5 Papers in their choice of specialization totaling to 20 credits
|PGDM 501||Personality Enhancement Level -II||2|
|Student Will Choose Five Electives from Below||5*4=20 Credits|
|PGDM MM 501-507||Marketing Electives – 5 Courses||4|
|PGDM FM 501-507||Finance Electives – 5 Courses||4|
|PGDM OM 501-507||Operations Electives – 5 Courses||4|
|PGDM HRM 501-506||Human Resource Electives – 5 Courses||4|
|PGDM ABA 501-507||Advanced Business Analutics – 5 Courses||4|
|PGDM 601||Capstone Project in Chosen Specialization||2|
|PGDM 602||Research and Publication in Chosen Specialization||2|
|PGDM 603||Industry Internship Program||9|
Note: Total Contact hours in each course is mostly 30/ 40 which comprises of Lectures (Classroom Contact Hours) as per AICTE norms. The tutorials are planned by the individual faculty which are over and above 40 contact hours. The tutorials are planned based on the requirement of the course, number of weak students and their needs which are identified by the individual faculty.