POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN GLOBAL BUSINESS OPERATION

General Information

Duration of Course

Minimum

Two Years (Full-time course)

Span period

Four years from the year of admission

Total Semester

Four

Medium of Instruction

English.

No. of Seats

62

Reservation

OBC 27 %, SC 15 %, ST 7.5 %, PH 3 %

Course Affiliation

University of Delhi

Fee per year

Refer Prospectus of current Academic Year or Admission Notification.

Nature of Course

Self Financing Course (No Government Funding)

Faculty

Visiting Faculty from the University of Delhi, Other Universities, and Experts from Industry.

Placements

100 % with attractive pay packages.

Eligibility for Admission

Eligibility The eligibility for admission is minimum 50% marks in the degree examination (10+2+3) of a recognized University. Candidates who are appearing for their qualifying examination are also eligible to apply.  A relaxation of 5 % in total aggregate marks is for candidates belonging to reserved categories. 

Criteria for Admission (New Admission)

Admission Test

The written Admission Test consists of objective type questions divided into four parts comprising of following:

(a)

English Language Proficiency

40 Questions

160 Marks

(b)

Quantitative Ability

40 Questions

160 Marks

(c)

Logical Ability

40 Questions

160 Marks

(d)

General Knowledge

40 Questions

160 Marks

The written admission test is of 2 hours duration.
Full marks are given for correct answer. There is a negative marking of 1 mark for wrong answer.
75 % weightage is given to written entrance test.  The maximum marks are later on scaled down to 75.

Group Discussion and Personal Interview

Only limited candidates are called for Group Discussion and Personal Interview on the basis of merit order of written test.
Group Discussion is conducted to adjudge the capabilities of candidates for communication and logical aptitude, performance in group environment and personality traits, general awareness and understanding of contemporary environment.
Personal Interview is conducted to adjudge the capabilities of candidates for personality, communication ability, general awareness, subject depth, ability of analysis and problem solving.

(a)

Group Discussion

10 Marks (10 % weightage)

(b)

Personal Interview

15 Marks (15 % weightage)

Candidates are finally selected for admission in order of merit on the basis of their total marks obtained in Written Test, Group Discussion and Personal Interview.

Subjects Offered

Semester

Paper No.

Subjects

Max.
Marks *

I

1.1

Indian Business Environment

100

1.2

Economics for Manager

100

1.3

Financial Management

100

1.4

Principle of Marketing

100

1.5

Quantitative Techniques-I

100

1.6

Organisational Psychology

100

1.7

Computer Applications in Business-I

100

II

2.1

Global Business Environment

100

2.2

Quantitative Techniques-II

100

2.3

Accounting for Business-I

100

2.4

Legal Environment for Global Business

100

2.5

Computer Application in Business-II

100

2.6

Indian’s Foreign Trade and Policy

100

2.7

Cross-culture Buying Behavior

100

III

3.1

Summer Training and Project

100

3.2

International Financial System

100

3.3

Transnational Marketing

100

3.4

Documentation for Global Trade

100

3.5

Human Resource Management

100

3.6

Accounting for Business–II

100

IV

4.1

Business Policy and Strategic Management

100

4.2

International Financial Management

100

4.3

International Trade-Block and Agreement

100

4.4

Procedures and Logistics for Global Trade

100

4.5

International Investment Management

100

4.6

Social and Ethical Issues in Business

100

* Including Internal Assessment

Other Academic Requirements

Internal Assessment

Internal Assessment comprises of following components with 30 % weightage in total marks of each subject:
-Marks for Attendance.
-Marks for Term Paper & Project and Discussions.
-Marks for Assignments.
-Mark for Home Examinations.
-Marks for Quiz.

Attendance

To be eligible in each of the University Semester Examinations, the student shall attend at least 75% of the regular classes.   Attendance in all seminars, special lectures, mid-term examinations and group discussions is compulsory.

Home Examinations The College conducts internal (home) examinations every year, usually in the month of September/October for I and III semester and February/March for II and IV semester, on the pattern of the university semester examinations. The marks awarded in these examinations are taken into account for internal assessment with 10% weightage.
Semester Examinations Every year University Semester Examinations are held in the month November/December for I & III semester and in April/May for II & IV semester.  Seventy percent weightage in the maximum marks of each paper is given to the Semester Examinations.
Requirement for Promotion The students who obtain in each of the papers of the four semesters at least 40% marks, and in the aggregate of the two semesters of each of the year, at least 50% marks, shall be eligible for the award of the Diploma.


For more and updated details refer College Prospectus & Students Hand Book of Information of current academic year.