Infrastructure Management is related to the rapid and exponential growth in public and private domains like constructions, facilities and real estate. In-depth understanding of topics like demand analysis, regulatory framework, legal and policy framework, bidding and contract management will be of prime importance in ensuring the successful running of a business. This is a dynamic domain with constant change and transformation. Stakeholders range from government, non-government, private, legal and multilateral authorities. Compliance and regular management of processes is essential for smooth and profitable business. India’s diverse and broad range of policies and data make it essential for proper and effective training in this area.
If you love to stay updated with the latest trends in the economy, are a good team player, love to suggest important thought-provoking ideas and have effective forecast skills, a PGDM in Infrastructure Management is the course for you. A strong background in Infrastructure will help you to succeed in the relevant functional areas of business.
Potential candidates should have a minimum of 50% aggregate marks (or equivalent GPA) from a recognized university. Institute-specific entrance examinations, CAT, CET, CMAT, GMAT, XAT, MAT or state-specific examinations are mandatory.