PGDM (Executive)

Course Highlights

The PGDM(e) programme includes twelve months of classroom teaching and three months of project work (may be pursued from one’s work place) and also consists separate experience sharing seminars for peer learning and live industry projects under expert guidance. The programme encourages beyond classroom discussions to prepare participants to analyze situations. It provides a great opportunity to the professionals who want to relearn the current nuances of the ever-changing industry. The PGDM(E) programme is best suited for working professionals to add value to their career and prepares visionary leaders for the energy sector.

-The programme creates awareness, understanding and implementation of enactments related to energy sector.

-Advantages of learning theoretical and practical aspects of management from professors of IIMA.

-The programme enhances skill set to meet the challenges of developing and managing Energy & allied sectors in India.

-Quality interaction with experienced professionals and peer group learning.

-The programme includes rigorous course work and allows flexibility of working while learning during project work.

Exams Taken
Work Experience
60 months
Admissions Process


-The candidates must have 50% marks or equivalent CGPA in both X and XII.

-The candidates must have Bachelor Degree/CA/ICWA with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA in any discipline from any University incorporated by an Act of the Central or State legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as University under Section 3 of UGC Act, 1956, or possess an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India.

-Working professionals with minimum of five years work experience as on 30th June, 2019.

-*For admission to fifteen months programme PGDM (E), candidates will be assigned Admission Score (AS) based on their performance in CAT/GMAT/XAT, performance in graduation, experience in energy/power/oil sector and educational background.

-*Shortlisted self-sponsored candidates based on the AS will be called for Personal Assessment (PA).

-*Final selection will be made strictly on the basis of final scores consisting AS and PA scores.

*Applicable for Self Sponsored candidates

Minimum Eligibility Criteria

Category CAT Overall Percentile XAT Overall Percentile GMAT Score
General 80 80 650
NC-OBC 75 75 630
SC/ST 70 70 600
PwD 65 65 550



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Interview & GD Process
Personal Interview
Seats: 60