TSM offers a 2 year PGDM Programme preparing young men and women for rewarding career in any walk of economic or social activity that calls for application of management and/or information technology tools and inputs. TSM seeks to develop young men and women into technically proficient, managerially competent, ethically sensitive and socially responsible professionals.
TSM-PGDM Program is divided into 6 trimesters over 2 years, with a three months summer internship at the end of first year.
TSM seeks to constantly review the design, content and delivery of various courses for their continued relevance and need for updating in the context of changing business environment and management practices. As noted, there is a growing emphasis on project work and case studies as part of the regular courses at the School.
While working on projects sponsored by organizations, students get the opportunity to interact with practicing managers and gain insights into real-world problems.
The program leading to the Degree of Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) will extend over a period of 2 years comprising of 6 trimesters with 3 trimesters per academic year.
The candidate shall complete all the passing requirements of the PGDM program within a maximum period of 4 years(12 trimesters),the period be in greckoned from the commencement of the trimester to which the candidate was first admitted.
Candidates for admission to the programme leading to the Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) during the 2021-23 session should have passed any Degree examination or any other examination equivalent of degree recognised by Association of Indian Universities.
TSM PGDM programme is a general management programme, with opportunities for functional specialisation. TSM has set a quality policy that emphasizes on developing young management graduates who, besides meeting the immediate needs and expectations of the Industry,would also evolve into empowered individuals with an urge for constant and continuous learning and bias for action. The Programme is spread over 6 trimesters equally spread over the 2 years, with each trimester of approximately 12 weeks duration.