Organisational Training

The concept of first hand learning makes organizational training an integral part of the PGDFM course. Through OT’s students get to appreciate the nuances of workplaces. The learning of the class through assignments, projects, quizzes and tests is integrated during the training. Knowledge is fortified and rendered effective and efficient by experience. Some of the singular features that make the PGDFM OT programme distinct are highlighted below:

– Its integration with the curriculum is regularly thought over and improved
– Three terms and a long field exposure precede the training programme
– Two terms bisected by another training follows the first one.
– Besides working on the subject of interest, organizational functioning is also learnt.
– Two training programs help in phased improvement and instantaneous application of theory to practice through better exposure.
– Experience sharing and improvement modules elicit desired results.

The PGDFM Organizational Training is a unique programme that provides tripartite benefits to students, host organizations and the Institute. Some of these benefits are highlighted below.

 

STUDENTS

Organizational training is a major focal point of attention and interest.

– It is perceived as a lifetime chance to hone skills and showcase it for future.
– Ability to face situations with greater confidence and more adept management techniques such an exposure is essential.
– Acts as an incentive to perform better in regular courses.

 

HOST ORGANISATIONS

– Budding managers with an ever-alert mind are taught the latest techniques of addressing problems. Organizations find in them personnel at par with men from the market.
– It provides them an opportunity to take up projects and work with minimal expenses.
– The chance to assess future employees.
– Build collaborative links with faculty.

 

THE INSTITUTE

– The institute gets a number of interesting cases for its teaching programs.
– The present market need is determined and course improvement is undertaken.
– The needs of the manager are appreciated better by way of feedback.

At the end of the OT Project, students submit a formal report to the host organization presenting the work done and the important findings.