PGEMP Curriculum and Programme Structure

The PGEMP Programme is conducted in four phases spread across 21 months and involves 60 full days of classes at our campus in Mumbai. The 60 days on-campus period is divided into eight contact periods:

  • Initial contact period of 3 days for the Pre-foundation phase
  • 6 contact periods of 9 consecutive days each, over the Foundation, Integration, and Customisation phases. The off-campus period between two consecutive contacts is 10-12 weeks.
  • Last contact period of 3 days for final exams and Capstone Project presentation

*Residency on campus during contacts is mandatory.

Programme structure

Programme Architecture
  • Phase-1 | Pre-Foundation | (3 Months)

    Basic language of business:

    • Financial Accounting
    • Business Economics
    • Quantitative Methods
  • Phase 2 | Foundation | (6 Months)

    Rules and tools of various functions:

    • Business Environment
    • Cost Management
    • Financial Management I
    • Marketing Strategy
    • Operations & Supply Chain Management I
    • Leadership Lab
    • Business Communication
    • Science of Spirituality
  • Phase 3 | Integration | (6 Months)

    Application and strategy using rules and tools:

    • Competitive Strategy
    • Financial Management II
    • Marketing Operations / Project Management*
    • Operations & Supply Chain Management II
    • Organisation Design & Human Resource Management
    • Technology and Value Creation
    • Legal Aspects of Business
    • Science of Spirituality
  • Phase 4 | Customization | (6 Months)

    Intensive application & decision making:

    • Negotiation Skills
    • International Business
    • Strategic Management
    • Decision-Making Through Simulation
    • ESG & Corporate Sustainability
    • 3 Electives
    • Capstone Project

    *In the customisation phase, participants are required to one cluster and select three electives from within a cluster. The wide portfolio of electives allows the participants to tailor the programme to their specific needs and interests.


Electives are grouped into various clusters. Clusters relate to specific themes which can be mapped to broad general management profiles. Each participant is required to choose one cluster of electives. Post-selection of the cluster, participants have to select three electives from within a cluster.

Operational Excellence Cluster

Elective Courses:

Cost Management with Lean Perspective

International Finance

Project & Operations Risk Management

Technology & Enterprise Agility


Innovation & Growth Cluster

Elective Courses:

Design Thinking & Innovation

Corporate Entrepreneurship

Management Consulting

Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

General Management & Strategy

Elective Courses:

Strategy for Corporate Alliances

Competitiveness: Firms & Locations

Change Management

Business Intelligence & Analytics

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