Management Education has witnessed a revolution in India over the past three decades. Few of our top B Schools have got an unprecedented recognition and reputation due to their quality outputs, industry relevant curricula and fresh ideas and learning process. Fortunately those schools conduct P.G. programmes with flexibility to add new topics and best practices.
Professional business education needs to focus on three interrelated elements: knowing, doing and being. The knowing or knowledge component refers to the facts, frameworks and theories that make up the core understanding of a profession or business. The doing or skills component is the capabilities and techniques that enable managers practise. The being or existence component refers to values, attitudes, beliefs and best practices.
Most MBA programs in India are by simply implementing the curricula developed by universities. There is an undeniable limitation in them due to lack of upgradation, fresh thoughts and induction of current topics. Hence business tycoons remark that the postgraduates are qualified but, not employable.
PGDM programs overcome such a lacuna and encompass the curricula enabling students acquire all the relevant, knowledge, skill sets and positive attitude to handle any challenge in the corporate, society and business at ease.
History tells us that great educational institutions and economic development of nations are tightly coupled. PGDM programs are at an inflexion point as they need to set their sights higher. They must, therefore, have a good grasp of Indian and global business, different cultures and economies.
Organizations expand leaps and bounds, both in geography and functions. To handle their business, the trained managers have to be multi-faceted, multi-skilled and multi-functional. SREEVEE BUSINESS SCHOOL invites scholars and professionals of higher esteem and has designed a completely a global oriented syllabi aiming to produce global human capital.
SREEVEE BUSINESS SCHOOL offers two verticals, namely I) International Business and II) Banking and Financial Services for transforming students not only being qualified but also ready to serve as human assets either in industry or in creating business enterprises.