ICFAI Business School (IBS) Gurgaon, will enroll students to its two-year Post Graduate Program in Management (PGPM) from June, 2010.

Last Updated: 2010-03-02T00:44:58+05:30

IBS Gurgaon PGPM Admission Commences From June

New Delhi: ICFAI Business School (IBS) Gurgaon, a constituent of ICFAIAN Foundation, will enroll students to its two-year Post Graduate Program in Management (PGPM) from June, 2010. It is a certification programme offered by the institute. The PGPM programme is designed to train students with the skills, traits, and ability to meet and match the challenges of business in the wake of ever-changing business environment. Students are selected on the basis of their performance in IBSAT, CAT, XAT, MAT and ATMA tests, along with minimum a of 50% marks in graduation.
The PGPM comprises of foundation courses, functional courses, a summer internship programme of 14 weeks, a management research project, and elective courses and two soft skills labs. These are spread over four semesters at the IBS Gurgaon campus. The students can opt to pursue elective courses in Marketing, Finance, HRM, Operations and Information Technology (IT) & System. A unique feature of the programme is that apart from the requisites choices of electives, a student can choose two further optional free electives to acquire dedicated specialization in the area of his/her choice.
As per sources, an additional feature of IBS PGPM programme is that it offers various scholarships to the students, including an offer of studying at designed campuses in Australia & Switzerland, based solely on merit while pursuing the PGPM programme. Scholarships based on accomplishment at degree level at joining, and performances while pursuing the PGPM are also offered. Moreover, over the years, IBS Gurgaon has attracted majority of the best known corporate houses, industrial and financial organizations in the country for their hiring needs. This has given it an envious record of repeated 100% placement offers for its students, over the years.
- By Madiha Wasi
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