The PGDM Program at CMT enables the student to have a robust introduction to Management discipline. The curriculum at CMT is updated time to time which enables the student to learn the new concepts in each subject. The curriculum is designed in the manner in which the students start from the fundamentals of management to the knowledge of Specializations and the field in which they are interested in building the future. CMT follows trimester system which helps the students in continuous learning thus not wasting any time during the two years of study. CMT follows the specifications of AICTE MODEL Curriculum and has infused the curriculum with both core and elective papers, as well as value added courses.


CMT orientation programme is conducted before the commencement of the first semester. On the first day of the programme the students are welcomed with a formal inauguration and a ceremonial address by the chief guest and the administrative heads. The following days after the inauguarntion are devoted to experience sharing sessions by corporate executives as well entrepreneurs. During the orientation period, outbound activities are also organised for the incumbents to develop teambuilding and problem-solving skills. In addition, preparatory classes are conducted in accountancy, statistics and economics depending on the undergraduate programmes previously pursued by the incumbents.


  • To understand and apply management knowledge and practice.
  • To develop Students analytical, problem solving and decision making capabilities.
  • To enable the student to work individually as well as in teams.
  • To inculcate a positive and ethical outlook in students.
  • To stress on practical and out of classroom training.
  • To strengthen the students communication skills.
  • To emphasis on holistic development of each individual by life long learning
  • To develop an understanding of environment and sustainability issues

    Dual specialization is offered to students. Students can opt for any two specializations out of the 6 specializationsoffered.
    At-least 20 students should opt for the same specialization, for the specialization to be offered by the instituion.
    Students should opt for any three papers out of the subjects given in electives.
    Credit based choice system (CBCS) is followed where the students can choose their elective papers
    One Value Added Certificate will be given during the entire program like a foreign language or a technical skill.
    As a business school which gives priority to ethics, campus to community program is also given as a credit to the student.
    Curriculum also gives importance to communication and personality development which are the required for the corporates.
    A focussed course structure equips those interested in this field with the skill set needed to understand, interpret and apply marketing concepts in live corporate scenarios. The students learn the practical applications of marketing principles through case studies, seminars, workshops, guest lectures and research projects.
    This specialisation is designed to provide students with a strong base in applied financial management. It helps them in sound financial decision-m aking, providing a deep understanding of the financial aspects of the economy and the corporate world. The quantitative and analytic skills of the students are enhanced in the process.
    This course provides students with the skills required for successful human capitalmanagement. It familiarises them with current corporate practices in the line. The course focuses on interper sonaland people management skills, to enable students to transcend the scope of Human Resource Management and become Strategic Business Partners.
    The course provides a detailed knowledge of the concepts and processes involved in retailing and allied sectors. It covers both theoretical and practical approaches relevant to best practice in the national and international retail business. Student will learn important business skills such as budgeting; problem solving, consultancy and team management. From the very start of the course students will have the chance to learn from retail professionals. Field trips will give the chance to explore different types of retail environments and meet practising managers. Guest speakers are regularly invited to discuss curriculum topics and to provide professional insights into contemporary issues.
    Operation Management deals with the design and management of products, processes, services and supply chains. It deliberates the procurement, development, and utilization of resources that company need to deliver the goods and services their clients need. The content of the course is designed with the aim of to stay a step ahead of companies’ current needs, giving learners the knowledge, skills and perspectives they need to create value for their firms in the future.
    This program enhances Business Analytical skills in decision making at the highest level of the organization. This program addresses a range of issues that are integral to business decisions through case studies, dynamic faculty presentations, and group discussions. With this program you will develop knowledge and competencies on various analytical tools and technologies to collect and analyse data for generating business intelligence and support different functional areas of organizations belonging to various industry domains. Business Analytics are used in industries like retail, financial services, manufacturing, healthcare, e-commerce, energy, social media, e-governance, telecom etc.



  • Principles of Management
  • Business Environment
  • Managerial Economics
  • Business Statistics
  • Accounting for Mangers
  • Essential Communication
  • Business Ethics
  • Digital Marketing
  • Strategic Management
  • Personality Enhancement
  • Elective- I (3 Papers)
  • Elective- II (3 Papers)
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Trimester

  • Entrepreneurship Development
  • Managerial Communication
  • Organization Behavior
  • Research Methodology
  • Management Information System
  • Business Law
  • Business Model Development System
  • Trimester

  • Marketing Management
  • Finance Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Business Analytics
  • Retail Management
  • Production and Operations Management
  • Campus to Community
  • Trimester

  • Digital Marketing
  • Strategic Management
  • Personality Enhancement
  • Elective- I (3 Papers)
  • Elective- II (3 Papers)
  • Trimester

  • Cross Cultural Issues
  • Stress Management
  • Value Addition Certification
  • Electives- I (3 Papers)
  • Electives- II (3 Papers)
  • Trimester

  • Capstone Project
  • Research and Publication
  • Industrial Internship Programs



  • Consumer Behavior
  • Advertisement and Brand
  • Management
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Global Marketing
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Services Marketing
  • Business Marketing
  • Marketing Analytics
  • Operations

  • Supply Chain Management
  • Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Project Management
  • Logistics Management
  • Material and Inventory Management
  • Total Quality Management
  • Operations Research
  • Six Sigma
  • Finance

  • Financial markets and service
  • Investment and Portfolio
  • Management
  • Strategic Financial
  • Management
  • International Financial Management
  • Banking and Insurance
  • Corporate Finance
  • Risk Management
  • Behavioral Finance
  • Human Resource Management

  • Performance Management Systems
  • International HRM
  • Strategic HRM
  • Learning development
  • Labour laws and Industrial Relations
  • Compensation and Welfare Management
  • Talent Management
  • HR Analytics
  • Retailing

  • Visual Merchandising
  • International Retail
  • Marketing
  • Store Management
  • Retail Operations
  • Direct and Network Marketing
  • E-Tailing
  • Marketing Analytics
  • Logistics and Supply chain Management
  • Business Analytics

  • Big Data Analytics
  • Predictive Analytics
  • Analytics with Advanced Excel
  • Text Analytics
  • Machine Learning
  • Marketing Analytic
  • HR analytics
  • Artificial Intelligence

    The learning methodology at CMT is based on continuous learning and is drawn from the best of the world. It has evolved over the years and is constantly being updated and benchmarked against the best practices. Stress is made on always learning from our surroundings and the events that are taking place around us. Faculty members strive to make the classes interactive so that students can correlate the theories with practical examples for better understanding.


    Admission Process

    A Bachelors degree recognised by Indian Universities equivalent in Commerce, Arts, Science, Engineering, Agriculture, Medicine etc., is the minimum pre-qualification.
    Candidateds shoud have minimum 50% overall to be eligible for the admission into the programme.
    Candidate should have appeared for qualifiying exam like MAT/ CAT/ XAT/ CMAT/ GMAT/ ATMA/CMT Admission Test conducted by the institute /their respective state’s CET.
    The Candidate should also attend the Group discussion and personal interview as a campus selection process.
    The decision of the Institute is final in all matters of selection.

    Fee Structure

    Schedule Amount
    Admission Processing Charges Rs. 8000
    Trimester 1(at time of admission) Rs. 32,000
    Trimester 2 Rs. 32,000
    Trimester 3 Rs. 32,000
    Trimester 4 Rs. 32,000
    Trimester 5 Rs. 32,000
    Trimester 6 Rs. 32,000
    Total Fee Rs. 2,00,000


    Top quality B-schools ensure their students get practical exposure to real world businesses through high quality industry internship programmes. Internships provide an excellent opportunity to the students to apply their classroom learning to actual business situations, enhance their competencies, network with experienced professionals in their domain, be more informed about their interests and better prepared for a full-time opportunity in their chosen field.
    In the summer after the first year, students are required to spend 45 days in an industrial organization doing a project on a significant aspect or problem of organizational management. After the second year the students should complete a mandatory internship programme and submit the same for the compilation of the course. The aim of these projects is to provide students an opportunity to observe closely an organization in operation, and to relate what they have learnt in class to actual practice.

    Some of the companies where our students pursue internships