PGDEM - Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management

conducted at Law College Road Campus

(1 Year, 2 Semesters, Part-time)

Credit & Grading System

Total Credit : 30

Degree awarded by the University of Pune

Recognizing that environmental issues are now vital to effective management of all organizations, this unique postgraduate program aims at equipping managers and professionals to understand and meet the complex environmental challenges faced by organizations. This is of urgent and particular relevance with more and more organizations seeking ISO 14000 certifications.

The course covers Principles & Practices of Management, Basics of Management Accounting, Environment Pollution & Disaster Management, Environmental Economics & Indian Environmental Scenario, with an emphasis on Cases.

Eligibility

Bachelor’s Degree of any Statutory University or any Diploma awarded by the Board of Technical Education of any State Government or Central Government. Post SSC three years Diploma with 2 years Post Diploma experience or Post HSC, two years Diploma with one year’s Post Diploma experience.

Admission

Admission to the Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management (PGDEM) is on "First-come-First-served" basis.

Assessment

Papers marked as F are full credit papers carrying 3 credits and those marked as H are half credit papers carrying 2 credits. For each paper 50% marks are reserved for concurrent evaluation and 50% marks for external evaluation. Students must secure 40% for passing.

Revised Course Structure(2013-14)

Semester I
Code Subject Name Credit
0101 Principles & Practices of Management F
0102 Natural Resource Management F
0103 Introduction to Environment F
0104 Introduction to Environment Management F
0105 Basics of Management Accounting H
0106 Environmental Legislation H
Semester II
Code Subject Name Credit
0201 Environmental Management & EIA F
0202 Environment Pollution & Disaster Management F
0203 Environmental Economics & Indian Environmental Scenario F
0204 Corporate Social Responsibility F
0205 Project H

Full Credit (F) Course carries 3 Credit Points

Half (H) Credit Course carries 2 Credit Points

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