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    • National Management Programme 2009 (NMP) www.mdi.ac.in www.mdi.edu School for Thought Leaders and Change Masters Prof. C.P. Shrimali Prof. Sanjay DhamijaDean, Continuing Education Chairman, NMP
    • National Management NMP ProgrammeThe National Management Programme (NMP) is a uniquely designed programmefor young managers across all sectors of economy.It focuses on Management Objectivestechniques with the ultimate The key objectives of the programme are to develop:objective of creating a nucleus of • Contour Mapping and appreciation of businesslike-minded individuals, in the realitiestop echelons of government, • Holistic business perspectivepublic and private sector, who canwork together for the common • Global sensitivity and mindsetgoal of enhancing nations • Capability to create wealthcompetitiveness. NMP is modified • Thirst for competitive advantageas Consortium Executive • Pursuit for transformation; andManagement Programme(Consortium Executive MBA in • Desire for performance excellence.Partnership with ESCP-EAP, PedagogyParis). This programme is Teaching is based on recent research materials andrecognized by AICTE and has the experience gathered from around the world. Theaccreditation of AMBA, pedagogy of the programme is highly interactive. ItAssociation of MBAs (U.K.) envisages substantial participation and action learning. Teaching methods include lectures, cases, seminars, 2
    • group discussions, business games, role plays, simulations, evaluation is in terms of letter grades. Participants areexercises, structured and unstructured group work and field required to achieve a minimum cumulative grade pointvisits. The emphasis is on involving participants to make average in each term, as well as a minimum letter grade inlearning participant-centric and help them relate the each course. The overall performance in the programmeconcepts, ideas and theories to their own experience. would also include the evaluation of the project work/Consistent with recent advances in training technology, the dissertation. The dissertatio/project report has to beprogramme integrates the use of computers with learning submitted within 3 months of completion of courses,of basic principles in different functional areas. otherwise the candidate shall stand debarred from the programme.Group Activities One should complete all component of NMP within aA lot of work is assigned to the participants in small period of two years from the date of start of the batch.groups. This provides an opportunity to examine aproblem collectively and to learn from each others Diplomaexperiences. The group learning activities can be broadly Participants who successfully complete the Programme areclassified into two categories: awarded the Post-Graduate Diploma in Management• Group assignments/submission with presentations (PGDM). and case analysis as part of course work Awards• Group tasks in learning by doing A. Prime Ministers Medal - awarded for the bestThese exercises emphasize on getting things done and are overall performance in the programmeincluded as part of course work. B. Finance Ministers Medal - awarded for the bestInternational Component performance in the finance elective coursesAfter completion of 12 months course at MDI, participants C. The Department of Personnel, Government of Indiaare given international exposure for a period of 45 days in Medal - awarded for the best performance in theEuropean Business Schools, where they undergo 3 credit HRM elective coursescourses. D. ITC Medal - awarded for the best performance in marketing elective coursesEvaluationParticipants are evaluated on a continuous basis with Placementsquizzes, assignments, tests and examinations. There is a Assistance will be provided for placements of self-final examination at the end of each term. Course sponsored candidates. 3
    • Eligibility An applicant should have: • A minimum of 3-year Bachelors degree or equivalent in any discipline recognized by the Association of Indian Universities / AICTE as eligible for Post- Graduate Studies in Management • Minimum 5 years of post qualification executive work experience An Applicant to the National Management Programme should be either: • A Class I officer belonging to any Central or State Services) or • A Class I officer in a Public Sector inclusive of Banks, Financial Institutions or a Private Sector Undertaking carrying adequate management responsibilities or • A self-sponsored candidate COURSE CURRICULUMTerm-I Term-II Term-IIIEffective Communication for Business Economic Environment of Business Human Resource ManagementManagerial Economics Management Accounting Innovation & Technology StrategyAccounting for Business Decision Corporate Finance for Enhancing Principles & Practices ofMaking Value Operations ManagementMarketing Planning Management Information Systems Term-IVIndividual & Group Behaviour Marketing Practices & Implementation Research MethodologyQuantitative Techniques in Organisational Design & Change International BusinessManagementLegal Aspects of Business Decision Sciences After the Term-IV, there will be a Foreign Component for 6 weeksStrategic Developments Strategic Deployment and Dissertation / Project work for 3 monthsMacroeconomics 4
    • LIST OF ELECTIVESBussiness Communication Compensation ManagementEffective Communication for Business Labour LawsCommunication Through Theatre Techniques Management of Consultancy ServicesCorporate Reputation and Image Management Training & DevelopmentEffective Media Relations MarketingFinance Consumer BehaviourInternational Corporate Finance Customer Relationship ManagementInvestment Management Integrated Marketing CommunicationManagement Control Systems Marketing of ServicesSecurity Analysis and Business Valuation Sales & Distribution ManagementCorporate Restructure Business MarketingFinancial Risk Management Contemporary Issues in MarketingProject Appraisal and Structured Finance International MarketingTaxation for Business Planning Product & Brand ManagementInformation Management Organisational BehaviourCustomer Relationship Management Counselling Skills and Coaching SkillsEnterprise Systems Self Development & Interpersonal RelationsKnowledge Management Leadership & Emotional IntelligenceBusiness Intellignece Negotiation SkillsManagment of IT Projects Operations ManagementStrategic Management of IT Management of QualityStrategic Management Project ManagementCorporate Governance Service Operations ManagementStrategic Alliances & Joint Ventures Supply Chain ManagementEnergy Management EconomicsMerger and Acquisitions Energy Policy & Energy Market ReformsPublic Enterprise Management & Privatisation Demand ForecastingHuman Resource Management Infrastructure EconomicsPerformance Management International Trade and Macro Economics IssuesTalent Management 5
    • Admission Procedure For NMPImportant Dates for Admissions to NMP Programme MDI Information Bulletin along with Application 18 August to 12 November, 2008 Form available from Last date for submission of application form at MDI 14 November, 2008 CAT to be held on 16 November 2008 More information at : www.mdi.ac.in / www.mdi.edu Important Note: Separate Application Forms are to be submitted to apply for NMP/PGPM/PGPHR/PGPIMSponsored Candidates information given in the CAT announcement/ advertisement. Please read and follow the instructions• Sponsored candidates have to forward their Applications given in the CAT Bulletin through the respective organizations • All candidates are required to submit a duly filled in MDI• All sponsored candidates are required to take MDI Application Form Admission Test to be held sometime in February 2009 at various examination centres • Applicants are required to appear for the COMMON ADMISSION TEST (CAT) conducted by IIMs, to be held• GD/Personal interview will be held at MDI Campus on a on 16th November, 2008 Sunday in the last week of February 2009. The list of selected candidates for final offer of admission (in order of • Send the filled-in CAT Application Form to the concerned merit) would be sent to the respective sponsors by the first IIM on or before the date mentioned in the CAT Bulletin. week of March, 2009 The concerned IIM will send you the Test Admit Card mentioning your CAT Test Registration NumberSelf Sponsored Candidates• Applicants must purchase the CAT Bulletin as per 6
    • Details for candidates appearing for CAT Some important dates regarding CAT bulletins & CAT are given below : (i) Starting Date for Sale of CAT Bulletins 14 July 2008 (ii) Closing date for Sale of CAT Bulletins 8 August 2008 (iii) Closing date for sale of CAT Bulletins at IIMs (through post) 13 August 2008 (iv) Last Date for receipt of completed CAT applications at IIMs 5 September 2008 (v) COMMON ADMISSION TEST 16 November 2008MDI uses CAT for short listing the candidates for its Candidates must send a demand draft (DD) for Rs. 1750/- inprogrammes. IIMs have no role either in the favour of Management Development Institute, payable at Newselection process or in conducting the programme. Delhi, on or before 5th November 2008. The candidate should write clearly the details of the programme applied for, his/herMDI Application Form phone number & address, his/her CAT Registration number onMDI application forms along with prospectus will be available for the reverse side of the DD.sale from 18th August 2008 to 12th November 2008 onpayment of Rs. 1600/- in cash at MDI and other designated Selection Processcounters or through mail by sending a demand draft for Candidates who have appeared for the CAT (2008) would beRs.1750/- in favour of Management Development Institute, short listed on the basis of the details in the application form andpayable at New Delhi. the CAT scores. Only the short listed candidates will then be called for Group Discussion and Interview during the last week ofLast Date for Submission of Form: Application Forms February 2009 at MDI Campus, Gurgaon.completed in all respects should reach MDI Campus on or before14th November 2008 at the following address: Foreign/ NRI ApplicantsThe Chairman (Admissions), Management Foreign/NRI applicants can be considered for admission on the basis of their valid GMAT scores (taken not later than October,Development Institute, Sukhrali, Mehrauli 2008). MDI application form can be purchased by furnishing aGurgaon Road, Gurgaon-122002-07, HARYANA. Demand Draft for US $100 or Rs. 4,500/- in cash. CandidatesOnline Application wanting the application form through mail will have to send aApplicants can register themselves online by visiting MDI website demand draft of US $ 100 or Rs. 4,550/-. The filled inhttp://www.mdi.ac.in. They can click on the programme they application form along with valid GMAT score card (attestedwish to apply for and follow the instructions given on the site. copy) should reach MDI on or before 14th November 2008 atOnline registration will be closed on 5th November 2008. the address given above. 7
    • If the applicants are short listed on the basis of their GMAT Admission Offerscore, they may have to take another written test and attend an Successful candidates will be intimated of their final selection ininterview at their own cost at Gurgaon (India). February 2009. The selected candidates must pay the firstNRI Applicants who are residing in India during the period of installment of fees by 1st March 2009; failing which their seatadmission process i.e. July-December, 2008 will have to appear would be offered to the next candidate on the waiting list,for the CAT and will not be considered for admission on the without any further intimation.basis of their valid GMAT scores. Term Schedule First term April - June, 2009 Second term July - September, 2009 Third term October - December, 2009 Fourth term January - March, 2010 Fifth term April - May, 2010 - Foreign Module June - August, 2010 (Dissertation/Project Work) September/ October, 2010 - Dissertation Presentation Fee and Other Expenses A Domestic Component Tuition (including academic fee, Rs. 3,50,000 reading material, computer and library fee) Lodging Charges (single occupancy) Rs. 1,00,000 Boarding Charges @ Rs.4500/- per month Rs. 54,000 Facilities Development Charges Rs. 10,000 Note: MDI reserves the right to enhance fee and other charges at any point of time during the academic year subject to a maximum increase of 40% of the existing fees and other charges. B International Component Boarding, Lodging and incidental expenses for Actuals 45 days and Overseas Tuition Fees for courses to be paid in January, 2010 Airfare, Visa & Insurance Actuals info@excelprinters.in; 09810082582 MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE Contact: Admission Office Management Development Institute Mehrauli Road, Sukhrali, Gurgaon 122 007-02, Haryana - India Telephone : 91-124-4013050-59, 2349831, 833-836, 2340153, 2340173 Fax: 91-124-2340147, 2341189 E-mail: admissions@mdi.ac.in website : www.mdi.ac.in, www.mdi.edu