Fast track your career with Business Management
This course has been designed with an objective to familiarize participants with key aspects of management and dynamics of the global marketplace. The participant is expected to gain working knowledge of core management domains and develop a deep understanding of the framework within which international businesses operate. This program helps participants understand the elements of marketing and consumer behaviour and how these elements differ in national and international contexts. Participants develop skills in identifying, analysing, and solving problems in the real business world through effective strategy formulation and implementation.
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On successful completion of the program, participants are awarded an appropriate certificate by IIFT.
On-Campus module at IIFT Delhi
3 day On Campus module at IIFT Delhi, where students can interact with faculty face to face and also experience the prestigious campus real time.
Learn from the best at IIFT
Lectures imparted by selected, eminent faculty from IIFT New Delhi, along with guest lectures on practical insights from other seasoned industry professionals.
Case studies, discussions & projects
Designed with a mix of case discussions, assignments and projects besides the lectures in class.
Who should attend
Graduate degree or diploma
For Indian Participants – Graduates (10+2+3) from a recognized university/institute (UGC/AICTE/DEC/AIU/State Government) in any discipline
For International Participants – Graduation or equivalent degree from any recognized University or Institution in their respective country
For Indian and International Participants – Working professionals with a minimum of 01 year of full time work experience as on 01 Jun 2015
Dr. Vijaya Katti
Prof. Vijaya Katti, M.A., Ph.D. (Nagpur University), Post-Doctoral Research (ICSSR Fellow) is presently Dean Administration (Academics) at Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi. In the past, she has handled the charge of Chairperson for MDP, Research and Graduate Studies Divisions since 2000 in the Institute. She has also acted as Director of IIFT from time to time. She has done extensive work on Indo-Nepal Economic Relations, Indo-German Economic Relations, Indo-Canada Economic Relations, WTO Related Issues, Services, Textiles, Trade Potential of AYUSH Products, Regional Trading Arrangements and India’s FTAs with various countries. She has acted as a Consultant to Ministry of Textiles, ICRIER, Reliance Industries Ltd., Grasim Industries Ltd. etc. She has acted as Resource Person on WTO and International Business in various countries including Dubai, Nepal, Tanzania, Lagos, Nigeria, Egypt, Indonesia, Thailand and Colombo Plan/UNESCAP/NORAD Fund. She was invited by UNECE to Malaysia, and also WTO Secretariat, Geneva as a Resource Person in the “Regional Trade Policy Course”, at Hong Kong University. She has attended the preparatory workshop for the RTPC at WTO Secretariat, Geneva. She was invited by German Development Institute, Bonn, Germany as a Visiting Professor, as a Guest Scholar and also to be a discussant in various international conferences several times. She has also visited Mexico, USA, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Nepal, London and other European countries & Russia in connection with various Research Projects. She was invited to present papers in various international conferences including University of Calgary, Canada, La Gran University, Colombia, Tribhuwan University, Kathmandu, Nepal and various national conferences.
On the payment of all due fees and successful completion of the PG Certificate Program in Business Management, participants will be awarded an appropriate Certificate from IIFT, Delhi.
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How it works
The course will commence with a face to face 3 day ON-CAMPUS session held at IIFT Delhi. For the remainder of the course, the primary method of instruction will be through LIVE instructor led lectures that will be beamed online via internet to student desktops/laptops or classrooms. The lectures will be delivered by eminent faculty from IIFT. All enrolled students will also be provided access to the Cloud Campus through which students may access other learning aids, reference materials and assessments, case studies, projects and assignments as appropriate. Throughout the duration of the course, students will have the flexibility to reach out to the Professors, real time during the class or offline via the Cloud Campus to raise questions and clear their doubts.
There are periodic evaluations built in throughout the duration of the course. These maybe in the form of a quiz, assignment, project, case studies or other objective/subjective assessments. The evaluations are designed ensure continuous student engagement with the course and encourage learning. Students who successfully clear the same along with the requisite attendance criteria will be awarded a Certificate from IIFT, Delhi as appropriate.
The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) was set up in 1963 by the Government of India as an autonomous organization to help professionalize the country’s foreign trade management and increase exports by developing human resources; generating, analyzing and disseminating data; and conducting research.
The Institute visualizes its future role as, a catalyst for new ideas, concepts & skills for the internationalization of the Indian economy. The primary provider of training and research-based consultancy in the areas of international business, both for the corporate sector, Government and the student community. An institution with proven capability to continuously upgrade its knowledge base with a view to servicing the requirements of the Government, trade and industry.
The Institute’s portfolio of long-term programs is diverse, catering to the requirements of aspiring International Business executives and mid-career professionals alike. IIFT has, over the years, undertaken path-breaking research studies with organizations like WTO, World Bank, UNCTAD and the Ministry of Commerce $amp; Industry, GoI. The Institute has also trained more than 40,000 business professionals across 30 countries in various facets of international business and trade policy via its Management Development Programs.
IIFT New Delhi is ranked 9th in India amongst management institutes.
Conceptually, the module on Business Economics is about understanding firm’s market behaviour under a given set of objectives and constraints. A firm’s performance in the market depends not only in taking the ‘right’ decisions but also in understanding and adapting to the changes in business environment. How a firm takes appropriate decisions depends on a proper market analysis. By using basic principles of Microeconomics, the course aims to develop conceptual skills for analysing markets and market trends.
The overall objective of this module is to understand a firm’s business decision making under varying market conditions. More specifically, this course aims to:
Provide an understanding of the basic concepts of Demand, Supply and Market
Aids to relate these economic concepts to firm’s decisions/behaviour; and
Helps understand the role of government and its implications for managerial decision making.
This module explicitly applies finance theories to solve various problems in financial management and investments. Microsoft Excel is a primary tool for implementation. The course enables students to perform financial analysis and to make financial decisions through financial models created with the use of Excel.
Students will have ample opportunities to practice numerical analyses and graphical illustrations that arise out of applications in finance such as forecasting financial statement, estimating costs of capital, constructing efficient portfolio, making sound capital budgeting and capital structure decisions. Though the module extensively uses Excel, its focus is still finance applications.
At the end of this course, participants should be able to:
Know the basics of investment, financing and dividend decisions
Understand the basic building blocks of a good financial model
Determine the objective of and inputs for the model
The objective of the course is to familiarize the participants with the basic concepts and principles of marketing, and help them in understanding the basic marketing language. At the end of the course, participants are expected to be clear on:
The conceptual framework, covering basic elements of the marketing mix
Their inter-relations and their applicability in specific marketing situations
Application of these concepts for Industrial markets, Service Organizations and global business operations
Strategic issues in marketing for competitiveness
The overall aim of this module is to enhance understanding of both descriptive and inferential statistics. The course mainly deals with the use of statistical concepts in the resolution of managerial decision problems by offering hands-on experience in practical problem solving and decision support using statistical techniques. At the end of the course, you should be able to:
Understand the basic statistical tools that are used for managerial decisions
Understand the relationship between the quantitative values & qualitative decisions in real life business situation
Develop skills in structuring and analysing business problems statistically
Improve analytical skills through simple statistical tools to help quantification of business situation
Learn creating futuristic scenario with numbers through different forecasting methods
This being the first course in Quantitative Discipline provides foundation for all the courses based on quantitative concepts. It helps in pursuing the course like Business Research Methods, Marketing Research, Financial Modelling, Economics, and Operations Research etc. It also aims at developing your research aptitude using different statistical methods
International Business Environment is a constantly changing landscape. The changes, especially, the pace at which they occur, makes the process of keeping track of and analysing business environment a challenging and demanding task. The problem is compounded by the fact that in today’s world managers confront unending streams of information. An expertise in being able to make sense of all that happens around us and to knit together diverse issues is a must for global business managers. The distinction between an efficient manager and not so smart a manager lies in the ability to join together, like in a jig-saw puzzle, pieces of seemingly fragmented issues and to look at the wider picture as a singular entity rather than viewing it in bits and pieces. Quality of environmental analysis, internal and external, is also the cornerstone of strategic management. The strategic choices one makes depends on how one analyses and interprets the dynamics of business and industrial environment.
This course in Global Business Environment and Foreign Trade is designed to equip the participants with the expertise and the set of skills which is a must for the professionals to be able to engineer and re-engineer the businesses and processes and to draw upon the opportunities that are continuously thrown up or to minimize the uncertainties that businesses may encounter in unpredictable scenarios. The course will give necessary confidence to develop clear perspectives and ability to make sound judgments and decisions.
This module aims at developing a systematic understanding of the vital role of logistics and documentation in international trade. It focuses on understanding of the different dimensions and the elements of international trade logistics. While exposing participants to the operational aspects of international trade logistics, the course aims at providing the concepts, issues, and challenges including the risk and legal implications in international trade logistics.
|For Indian Residents||
Rs. 180,000+ GST*
Payment Deadline: 15/10/2015
|For International Students||
Payment Deadline: 15/10/2015
|1st Instalment||2nd Instalment||3rd Instalment||4th Instalment|
Rs. 10,000 + GST*
Payment Deadline: 15/10/2015
Rs. 60,000 + GST*
Payment Deadline: 15/10/2015
Rs. 60,000 + GST*
Payment Deadline: 10/03/2015
Rs. 50,000 + GST*
Payment Deadline: 15/06/2015
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In case payment is being made online through Credit Card, please ensure that you have the Credit Card with you at the time of filling out the Application Form.
Please ensure that you have the scanned soft copy of your graduation mark sheet, provisional degree certificate or degree certificate to be uploaded as a part of the application form. Once you have completed the Application Form, please print and retain a copy of the same for your records and reference.
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The Program Coordinator,
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