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A business management program gives you the professional edge to survive and thrive in the corporate world. With this, you can start your career with confidence. You are well-equipped with all technical, managerial, and soft skills. You are all set to become an efficient leader and manager in the industry. PGDM offers you a wide spectrum of specializations, and practical knowledge.
Choosing between an MBA and a PGDM has always been difficult. One distinguishing perk of the PGDM course is that it is more focused on practical aspects of managing a business. It allows industry exposure to make students industry-ready.
What benefits does a PGDM course offer?
A PGDM program, if pursued in a reputable B-school, offers a wide spectrum of specialization options to its students. You can decide on a specialisation based on your interests, career preferences, and future goals.
A PGDM course allows you to interact with peers and faculties through debates, discussions, presentations, etc. These interactions boost your confidence and improve your communication greatly, enabling you to articulate your thoughts and present them in a professional setting.
Industry-Centric Course Design
A postgraduate diploma in management follows an industry-centric course curriculum that assists you in staying updated with the ongoing trends in the industry. This ensures you have honed on skills that make you ready to face any challenge the industry poses.
If pursued from a good institute, you will find that PGDM is more focused on practical implementation of management theories. It stresses on industry exposure, longer internships, live projects, and interaction with industry experts. The idea is that the students should get empirical knowledge and insights about the industry.
When you sign up for a PGDM course, you sign up for all these benefits. Although, these perks are subject to the institute you choose to pursue your PGDM from.
Every B-School is accredited by certain management organizations. These organizations determine the course curriculum and the course design of the program. Hence, while considering different institutions, remember to keep an eye out for their accreditations too.
So, what is the eligibility for a PGDM course?
To be eligible for admission to the PGDM course, you must possess a bachelor’s degree, with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks in any stream from a recognized university in India or abroad (recognized by the UGC / Association of Indian Universities).
However, your final selection may depend on a high cut-off percentage based on the total number of applicants for the program. Your bachelor’s degree program must be at least three years’ duration.
Also, if you are currently appearing for the final year of your bachelor’s degree, you are free to apply for a postgraduate diploma in management, provided you provide evidence of meeting the minimum eligibility criteria by a certain stipulated time. Candidates who are unable to do so are liable to be rejected from the program.
Coming to the major question, whether you can pursue PGDM without a CET?
Yes, you can. Because there are many other entrance exams and the scores of these exams are accepted by many B-schools for their PGDM courses.
Here is a list of entrance exams valid for PGDM admission:
- Common Admission Test (CAT)
- Management Aptitude Test (MBA)
- Xavier’s Aptitude Test (XAT)
- Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP)
- Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MAH-CET)
- NMAT by GMAC
- Common Management Aptitude Test (CMAT)
- Management Aptitude Test (MAT)
Do average or well in any of the above-listed management entrance exams and you will be eligible for PGDM admission. Hence, you need not worry if you have not done well in CET. This is not the end of the world. You can still pursue the dream of a management career.