Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Agriculture)

Course Structure

The curriculum provides for foundation of broad management knowledge and skills and emphasizes developing areas of expertise to succeed in the agribusiness management through a range of core courses and electives. The PGDMA is a two year programme comprising of six trimesters each of 13 weeks of 101 credits, including 8-10 weeks summer internship and a final project of 12 weeks. The following list provides a flavour of the curriculum.

  Agribusiness Foundations     Analytical Skills
  Agriculture and Food System     Statistics for Managers
  Managerial Economics     Business Mathematics
  Macroeconomics Analysis     Quantitative Methods for Business
    Marketing Research
    Business Analytics with SAS
  Information Systems     Organizational & Leadership Essentials
  Computers and Information Systems     Human Resource Management
  Management Information Systems     Organizational Behaviour
  GIS for Agribusiness     Business Communication
  ERP for Agri-business     Agri-business Strategy
    Agri- preneurship
    CSR & Business Ethics
  Core Business Functions     Agri Business Functions
  Marketing Management     Agri-food Retail Management
  Supply Chain Management     Agricultural & Corporate Finance
  Financial Accounting     International Trade in Agriculture
  Financial Management     Risk Management in Agribusiness
  Operations and Project Management     Advertising & Brand Management
  Management Accounting     Agricultural (Input & Output) Marketing
    Commodity Trading and Futures Markets
    Technology Management
  Electives   Final Project (12 Weeks)
  Rural Marketing   Summer Internship (8-10 Weeks)
  Contract Farming
  Microfinance Management
  E-Commerce in Agribusiness Management