Given below is the fee structure for PGPDM 2019-20
Semester I (in Rs)
Semester II (in Rs)
Semester III (in Rs)
Admission Fees for Corporates
Subsidised Fee for NGOs
* + 18% GST
** Special Scholarship is offered to meritorious and deserving candidates
PGPDM has emerged out of the need to provide best quality training to practitioners with a firm commitment to the development sector. SPJIMR proposes to support such participants through academic scholarships. Academic scholarships are limited and are extended to needy and meritorious participants.
To apply for a scholarship, send in a scholarship request letter along with your application form stating your credentials and reasons for applying clearly. Based on Institute criteria, the Admission Committee will decide on the percentage of reduction in the programme fee.
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We would like to invite stakeholders from the larger ecosystem like the corporate sector and funding organisations to get involved in supporting this exclusive initiative. If you would like to provide institute scholarships and extend long-term financial support, please contact us.
A processing fee of Rs. 600 is to be paid by cheque or demand draft favouring 'S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research' payable at Mumbai and addressed to the Centre for Education in Social Sector, SPJIMR. Online payment of processing fees can also be made via wire transfer to our bank.
Applicants will have to submit documents supporting educational qualifications.
The candidates nominated by their employers should apply to the Institute with a letter from their organisation supporting their candidacy.
For any queries, feel free to contact: 022 61454248
Candidates applying for the PGP-DM should at least be Graduate (from any discipline) from a recognised University, with a minimum two years of relevant work experience in development sector / CSR sector The medium of instruction is English and the participants are expected to have basic proficiency in computers
Yes it is mandatory for each participant to have a 'mentor'. The mentor is from the organisation and would perform an important role in the learning process of the participant. He/she would provide Guidance for information from within the organisation required from various departments for ‘Application exercises’ Guidance in project selection Prima-facie comments/ assessment of ‘Application exercises’- as Acceptable, Unacceptable , Excellent Interact with SPJIMR periodically to review participant’s performance Provide inputs being panel member along with SPJIMR faculty for assessment of project of mentee/s
Application exercises are assignments where the concepts studied in class are applied to a real-life situation in the organization that a participant represents. Application exercises reinforce the learning’s garnered in class and enable a participant to understand his / her organisation and improve his/her effectiveness.