PGEM

Last Updated : 28-07-2023
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Our Post Graduate Programme in Enterprise Management is designed to address the common challenge faced by students pursuing various courses in universities across Kerala and India – finding a suitable job and building a fulfilling career. While academic courses provide a strong foundation, they often fall short of preparing students for the complexities of the modern business landscape. Building a successful career requires expertise in four key roles: technical expert, entrepreneur/intrapreneur, manager, and leader. Our purpose is to create scholar-practitioners who can add distinctive value and lead in building enterprises and communities for the future.

The Course Programme

Our comprehensive Post Graduate Programme in Enterprise Management combines inputs and insights in Entrepreneurship, Management, and Leadership. Upon successful completion, students receive a Post Graduate Certificate from Silpi, as well as inputs from the MBA (distance) course of IGNOU/Bharthidasan University and M-COM from Calicut University, making it a dual certification programme.

Level I: Curriculum Work

This level involves classroom/online sessions covering 27 to 30 papers, with each paper receiving 15-45 hours of instruction. Additionally, 30-40% of the course includes student project work, exercises, and presentations. Each paper is assigned credit points based on the number of hours, with completion of the course requiring 270 credits for curriculum work.

Level II: Integrated Management

This level focuses on advanced-level workshops that go beyond the curriculum, providing a broader perspective on contemporary thinking and best practices in enterprise building. Workshops cover areas such as specific industrial/sector fields, marketing and customer value, management and entrepreneurship, and leadership development. It includes sessions with exceptional personalities who have provided leadership in various domains.

Level III: Learning by Doing

This level emphasizes experiential learning through exercises and actual practices. It includes academic projects involving research studies and reports, live industry and social projects including internships, and student quality circles aimed at building leadership skills and resourcefulness among students. Examples of student quality circles include event management, arts and cultural activities, and placement committees.

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