Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheswara
Institute For Management DevelopmentApproved By
ENTREPRENEURSHIP & FAMILY BUSINESS
The young India is unshackling itself from the safe and secure practice of working for someone else and working for a salary. In the last decade, the number of start ups which erupted surpass the combined number of them in the 6 decades before them. Technology, sustainability, environment, data analytics, retail, logistics, innovation and many other enabled areas have become the experimenting ground for the energetic youth of India who now are making their mark across the world.
India is also known for its long history of famous business families and vast number of large and small family businesses, which constitute over 65% of all businesses in the Nation.
SDMIMD is introducing this PGCM program exclusively designed to cater for the aspirants for entrepreneurship, including for those who have grown up in a family business environment.
The program aims to impart knowledge and provide opportunity for practicing concepts, theories and principles of management followed by rigorous engagement by domain experts from the entrepreneurial ventures, funding agencies and practitioners.
SDMIMD will be partnering with M/S Silicon Road., a USA and Mysore based start-up ideation, venture capital and accelerator organization founded by Mr. Sid Mookerji, a well- known Mysore & Atlanta, USA based serial entrepreneur.Objectives Of The PGCM Entrepreneurship And Family Business Program
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The program aims to impart relevant managerial principles, theories, cases studies and opportunities to interact with the experts and senior corporate leaders. The program construct gives direction for,
For 15 Months Full-time PGCM program has 72 credits distributed in 5 Terms and has 750 teaching hours including Socially Relevant Project, Study Abroad Program, and Immersion Program.
PGCM Entrepreneurship & Family Business specialization students will be studying the Core Course(s) detailed in Terms I to IV which are mandatory along with the specific Course(s) listed below in each of the identified terms. The program structure ensured the student to be with the specialization right from the commencement of the PGCM program.
Core CoursesSpecialization Specific CoursesCore Courses Team I
Core Courses Team II