Two years full-time PGDM programs with dual specializations aimed at nurturing creative managers & business leaders to solve complex business challenges.
|Programme||Affiliation / Approved by||Mode of Study||Duration||Fees for 2 years||Application Status||Application Form|
|PGDM||AICTE||Full-Time||2 Years||8,15,368||Open for 2024-26||Apply Now!|
|Affiliation / Approved by||AICTE|
|Mode of Study||Full-Time|
|Fees for 2 years||8,15,368|
|Application Status||Open for 2024-26|
|Application Form||Apply Now!|
Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)
A two-year full-time PGDM program with Dual specializations is aimed at nurturing future professionals. As part of the program, students are nurtured holistically by Industry leaders, CEOs, Expert Alumni, and Professors of IIM & other Top notch Global B-Schools. The aim is to prepare students for Industry ready. To supplement this, students undergo case studies, live projects, Internships, skill based certifications & research skills to fulfill the Industry expectations.
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DSBS is one of the top Management Institute at Bangalore with a consistent record of good placements for our management students.
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DSBS is situated in the sylvan surroundings of the Garden City of Bangalore. Traditionally, Bangalore has been an important centre of Carnatic culture, now grown into a modern cosmopolitan city. Along with this metamorphosis, the city has emerged as a high-tech centre for manufacturing, services and information technology and has acquired the name of Silicon Valley of India.
The PGDM programme approved by AICTE under the banner of DSBS came in to existence in the year 2007. It was conceived with an objective to meet the growing needs of management graduates in the corporate sector of Indian economy.
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