Difference between MBA and PGDM


The master of business administration (MBA) is a two year postgraduate degree in business administration. Now a days in the corporate sector, there is a huge demand of hard working and talented people and many students dream of joining MBA course after the completion of their graduation as it offers better job prospects in India as well as abroad. This degree helps in developing technical skills and business knowledge and we can also set up our own business.

Across all the sectors of the economy, the need for managers has been increased because of the impact of the liberalization and privatization in business establishments and students seeking MBA will get a lot of benefits.MBA degree holder are eligible for high salary and vast jobs compared to high school diploma holder. For getting admitted to this course, entrance tests are conducted by most of the business schools followed by group discussion (GD) and personal interview.

Post graduate diploma in management (PGDM) is a two year diploma course basically designed to integrate current management theory and practice. This degree prepares the young graduates for senior level positions in industry and paves the way for a robust corporate career. This programme is suitable for students who want to enter the challenging area of management and also for the entrepreneurs already in business as it encourages them to expand, diversify and optimize their operations. Through this programme, students are able to impart knowledge and skills in the functional and basic areas of management.

The curriculum has been designed to provide students a compact view of business environment as well as specialization in the area of choice in a shorter period of time. Students who have completed their bachelor’s degree in any discipline from any recognized university are eligible for this degree.



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One Response to “Difference between MBA and PGDM”

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    G. Devi priya:

    hi… my question is which sector is better for mba?