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October 30, 2020 Friday 10:02:38 PM IST

RBS Launches PGDM for Working Professionals

Career News

Rajagiri Business School (RBS) based in Kochi has launched a new 18-month PG Diploma programme for working professionals titled 'PGDM for Working Professionals'. The objective of the programme is to impart management education and business leadership training to working professionals seeking advancement in their career. The programme has an innovative curriculum with over 900 instructional in-class hours. The course fee is half of what is charged by IIMs offering Executive programmes.

"Among the merits of the course, one that is RBS has more than 50 full time faculty of which 60% are from premier institutions like IIT, IIM and NIT" says Prof Abhilash G. Nambudiri, Programme Chair of PGDM said. For the convenience of students, the stipulated 12 hours per week may be arranged in the ratio of 60% classes on weekdays and 40% in weekends or any other suitable combination, he adds.

The programme provides a unique opportunity for the participants to imbibe and sharpen their knowledge and skills for future business leadership. The intake for the course is 60.


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