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PGDPM-X

Post Graduation Diploma in Petroleum Management - Executive

PGDPM-X is a two year program for working executives in Oil & Gas, Energy and Allied Sectors. The program is divided into eight modules of seven days each. One module is conducted every quarter. Classes are held from Monday to Sunday once in a quarter. Module- I to Module- III offer General Management courses and Module- IV to Module- VI are sector specific modules focusing on Oil & Gas, Energy and Allied Sector Management. Module- VII and Module- VIII offer elective courses. The programme offerings pertain to General management, Economics, Supply chain, International Geo-Political affairs, Project Management, Finance, Maritime Affairs, Information Systems, Energy Trade and Risk Management, City Gas Distribution and Law- to mention a few.

 

Admission Process

The SPM follows rolling admission process for admission into the PGDPM-X programme. The rolling admission means the applications are processed as and when received and benchmarked against the absolute standard for making the admission decision. Therefore, the admission would stop when the batch size is met, and subsequent applications are considered only for the next batch.

 

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Eligibility

A candidate must hold a Bachelor’s Degree, or an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India, with at least 50% marks (45% for SC/ST candidates) or equivalent CGPA, of any University incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under section 3 of UGC Act, 1956.

Candidates with minimum 3 years of relevant work-experience after acquiring the bachelors’ degree are eligible to apply.

The Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification obtained by the candidate must entail a minimum of three years of education after completing higher secondary schooling (10+2) or equivalent.

In case of the candidates being awarded grades/CGPA instead of marks, the equivalence would be based on the equivalence certified by the university/ institution from where they have obtained bachelor's degree.

In case the university/ institution does not have any scheme for converting CGPA into equivalent marks, the equivalence would be established by the SPM by dividing earned CGPA with the maximum possible CGPA and multiplying the quotient with 100.