Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) 

A Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) is a diploma course offered by the institutes that are recognized by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and which are autonomous and not affiliated to any university.

Most of the young graduates who possess one or two years of work experience in the management field think about pursuing a professional course to advance in their career. When it comes to a management degree, many enthusiasts often get confused between Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM). Aspirants assume that there is not much difference between the MBA and PGDM programs, other than the name. It is very important for an aspirant to know the difference between both. When both courses are good in terms of the employment prespective, there are a few differences. Here are the top five difference one should know.

Why Choose PGDM ?

The Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) course is industry-oriented and is updated according to the latest trends because the institutes are autonomous. Compared to MBA, the practical approach is more in the PGDM course. The specialisations are offered in both MBA and PGDM; however, the specialisation in PGDM will be more specific. For instance, if you choose HR as your specialisation, the other subjects such as marketing and finance will be minor. When it comes to MBA, candidates will know about all the subjects equally and will give little importance to the specialisation. As the practical approach is more in PGDM, besides real-time exposure to the business world, many companies abroad give preference to candidates who hold a PGDM. Apart from this, institutes that offer PGDM courses also provide great campus placements. The PGDM course is more specific and job-oriented compared to MBA. Due to its practical approach, students will experience more learning opportunities such as seminars and workshops. One who chooses PGDM also be well versed in the daily work skills required in any organisation.

Source:- CareerIndia