Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Management (PGDIM) program of NITIE is rated as one of the top-class management courses offered at Indian institutions. This two-year, full time and completely residential program attracts talents from all parts of the country. The diverse group of students who join this program are all engineers and a significant majority come with two to three years of work experience in business and industry.
The PGDIM program follows a credit-based curriculum wherein a student must complete 117 credits earned through class room sessions, internship in industries and a field project. The rigorous curriculum has an ideal blend of core and elective courses. The core courses that constitute more than fifty percent of total credit lay the foundation of knowledge base necessary to build the requisite techno-managerial skills among the students. The electives, on the other hand, lend deeper knowledge in specialized functional areas, such as Operations and Supply Chain, Marketing, Finance, HR, Information Systems and Business Strategy etc. The curriculum is dynamic in nature as revision in curriculum takes place on a regular basis to keep pace with rapid changes in technology, industry, economy and the society. The program aims to create skilled and confident managers who are not only competent to tackle current challenges but also could handle the complex problems of the global economy of tomorrow.
Over the years, PGDIM program has made its mark in providing industry-ready skilled professionals to Indian corporates and the MNCs. The large Alumni base of the program, who are spread in all types of organizations and across a variety of functional domains including marketing, finance, consulting, logistic and supply chain management, is a testimony of this fact. It is no wonder why NITIE has been tagged as Mecca of Supply Chain Management because currently institute’s alumni are either heading or principally managing supply chain functions of more than 100 business houses from India and abroad. PGDIM program is playing a key role in NITIE’s tryst with “transforming first class engineers into world-class managers