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Post Graduate Program for Executives (Managing Business in Emerging Economies) - PGPEx (MBEE)

The PGPEx-(MBEE) courses are organised across 7 Terms. During this period students also go through a mandatory international immersion program to learn the opportunities in Emerging Economies and focuses on inclusive and sustainable business opportunities across Emerging Markets.

Introductory and Foundation Modules

The course each year commences with Introductory and Foundation Modules. In these modules students cover Behavioral Lab. on “Learning Through Each Other”, Accounting, Economics and Statistics. During the ten day period students are also introduced to the Business and Ecological Imperative to India-China Business

Core Courses (Indicative)

The course each year commences with Introductory and Foundation Modules. In these modules students cover Behavioral Lab on “Learning through Each Other”, Accounting, Economics and Statistics. During the ten day period students are also introduced to the Business and Ecological Imperative to Emerging Economies.

  • Self & Leadership Communication - II
  • Information System for Organizational Performance
  • Marketing Management II
  • Corporate Strategy for Organizational Growth
  • Financial Management I
  • Financial Management II
  • Contemporary Management Research
  • Optimization Techniques
  • Open Economy Macroeconomics
  • Mandarin Lab.
  • Introduction to Chinese Culture and Etiquette
  • Conducted from - January to March
  • China and the World Economy
  • Chinese Business Law
  • Chinese Consumer Behavior
  • Capital Market in China
  • Chinese Culture
  • Advanced Chinese Language
  • Corporate Lectures on Manufacturing in China
  • Business Excursions
  • Social & Cultural Interactions in China
  • Conducted from - March to May
  • Followed by a China Internship and Self Study break - China Module Reflection & Internship Reports Preparation
  • Conducted from May to July
  • Followed by a China Internship and Self Study break - China Module Reflection & Internship Reports Preparation
  • Conducted from May to July
  • Self & Leadership Communication - II
  • Information System for Organizational Performance
  • Marketing Management II
  • Corporate Strategy for Organizational Growth
  • Financial Management I
  • Financial Management II
  • Contemporary Management Research
  • Optimization Techniques
  • Open Economy Macroeconomics
  • Mandarin Lab.
  • Introduction to Chinese Culture and Etiquette
  • Conducted from - January to March
  • China and the World Economy
  • Chinese Business Law
  • Chinese Consumer Behavior
  • Capital Market in China
  • Chinese Culture
  • Advanced Chinese Language
  • Corporate Lectures on Manufacturing in China
  • Business Excursions
  • Social & Cultural Interactions in China
  • Conducted from - March to May
  • Followed by a China Internship and Self Study break - China Module Reflection & Internship Reports Preparation
  • Conducted from May to July
  • Followed by a China Internship and Self Study break - China Module Reflection & Internship Reports Preparation
  • Conducted from May to July

TERM I

  • S No.
  • Subjects
  • 1
  • Self and Leadership Communication-I 
  • 2
  • IT Tools for Managers 
  • 3
  • Marketing Management I
  • 4
  • Competitive Strategy 
  • 5
  • Management Accounting I 
  • 6
  • Management Accounting II 
  • 7
  • Statistics for Decision Making 
  • 8
  • Economics of the Firms and Market 
  • 9
  • Managing Global Operations 
  • 10
  • Organizational Behavior and Design 
  • 11
  • Mandarin I

TERM II

  • S No.
  • Subjects
  • 1
  • Self and Leadership Communication- II 
  • 2
  • Information System for Organizational Performance
  • 3
  • Marketing Management II 
  • 4
  • Corporate Strategy for Organizational growth 
  • 5
  • Financial Management I 
  • 6
  • Financial Management II 
  • 7
  • Contemporary Management Research 
  • 8
  • Optimization Techniques 
  • 9
  • Open Economy Macroeconomics
  • 10
  • Mandarin Lab. 
  • 11
  • Introduction to Chinese culture and etiquettes

TERM III

  • S No.
  • Subjects
  • 1
  • China and the World Economy 
  • 2
  • Chinese Business Law 
  • 3
  • Chinese Consumer Behavior 
  • 4
  • Capital Market in China 
  • 5
  • Chinese Culture 
  • 6
  • Advanced Chinese Language 
  • 7
  • Corporate Lectures on Manufacturing Practices in China 
  • 8
  • Business Excursions 
  • 9
  • Social & Cultural Interactions in China

TERM IV

  • S No.
  • Subjects
  • 1
  • Business and Sustainability 
  • 2
  • Legal and Constitutional Aspects of Business 
  • 3
  • Culture and Behavior 
  • 4
  • Six Electives

TERM VI & TERM VII

  • S No.
  • Subjects
  • 1
  • Elective Courses

TERM V

  • S No.
  • Subjects
  • 1
  • Cultural Aspects of CSR & Ethics 
  • 2
  • Strategy for Emerging Economies 
  • 3
  • Electives 
  • 4
  • Capstone course

Elective Courses (Indicative)

Elective courses are delivered in the areas of Finance and Accounting, Information Systems, Marketing, Operations and Quantitative Technique, Economics and Public Policy, Organization Behavior, Human Resources and Communications, and Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility and ethics and Strategic Management. The minimum number of participants required to run a course depends upon the batch size and shall be informed at the time of floating the elective courses list. Also, participants are encouraged to add on the industry relevant elective course in consultation with the PGPEx Chairperson.

    • List of Electives offered for PGPEx (2018-19) batch
    • Information Systems 
    • Business Continuity Planning – I
    • VBA for Spreadsheet Automation
    • Business Analytics I
    • Business Analytics II
    • Strategy
    • Business Modeling for Consulting
    • Pricing Analytics for Competitive Advantage
    • Business Process Modelling : An Outsourcing Approach
    • Strategic Management : An approach from Indian Mythology
    • Managing Technology & Innovation
    • Digital Transformation Strategies and Practices
    • Strategies for New & Emerging Markets
    • Game Theory & Business Strategy
    • Marketing
    • Rural Marketing
    • Digital Marketing
    • Retail Management
    • Consumer Behavior
    • Brand Management
    • International Marketing
    • Marketing Research : Theory & Application
    • Economics
    • Dynamics of International Trade & Business
    • Human Resource
    • Industrial Relations Dynamics
    • VUCA Lab
    • Team Building
    • Coaching Skills for Managers
    • Consulting for Organizational Development & Change
    • Philosophy of Sustainability
    • Business and Societal Transformation
    • Futuring Business
    • The Irrational Consumer
    • Enterpreneurial Dynamics of Management
    • Operations
    • Six Sigma & Lean Thinking
    • Strategic Supply Chain Management
    • Critical Problem Solving Techniques
    • Project Management
    • Operations Strategy for Competitive Advantage
    • Distribution and Logistics Management
    • Business Forecasting
    • Operations Strategy for Competitive Advantage
    • Sustainability
    • Wisdom Leadership East-West Perceptives
    • Management and Liberal Arts
    • Accounting and Finance
    • Venture Capital and Private Equity
    • International Finance Management
    • Entrepreneurship and Finance
    • Financial Services and Fin Tech
    • Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Restructurings
    • Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
    • Business Analysis and Valuation
    • Financial Markets and Corporate Strategy

    Independent Study 

    The Course of Independent Study is an option for participants who want to explore a given topic of interest in depth. The topic might involve several fields of study to find a solution to a managerial problem, and might be, but not necessarily, inter-disciplinary in nature. Participants are also encouraged to take up research problems addressing the Institute’s core thrust area of Sustainable Management and address them by providing solutions at the frontier of management theory and practice.

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