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Located in the heart of South Delhi, FORE provides contextual learning and helps in the development of students as thinking professionals, who have the ability to meet the future challenges of tomorrow's corporate leaders. The programmes develop multiple skills including managerial decision-making, problem-solving, analytical reasoning, communications, creativity and innovation.

FORE takes pride in its professional and high-quality faculty, modern infrastructure, technology and resources- be it in the fields of General Management, Human Resource, Finance, Operations, Marketing, Information Technology, Economics and International Business.

PGDM – (Future Managers Group) Programme

The Two Year Full Time Post Graduate Diploma in Management – Future Managers Group Programme (PGDM - FMG) is designed to train and groom the future managers at FORE.


To have comprehensive understanding of the corporate world
To integrate the theoretical knowledge with the practical aspects of organizational settings and techniques of management
To acquire conceptual and analytical abilities required for effective decision making
Evolve with the dynamic and complex working environment


The basic thrust is on understanding the independent nature of organizational dynamics and its managerial implications. This shall help students acquire conceptual and analytical abilities required for appropriate decision making and effective implementation. A number of generic learning outcomes related to the theme of corporate performance are isolated which emphasise on the objectives listed above and link the various functional modules.

Learning Outcomes

The students will be able to :

Demonstrate the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to gain employment in the corporate sector or in family businesses
Identify and evaluate options for developing strategies in business situations
Use a range of practical tools and techniques for conducting business
Identify potential market opportunities in the Indian and global market
Describe and identify the implications for Indian business
Analyse and evaluate the issues that arise out of the greater integration of the Indian economy and businesses with the global environment
Identify and respond appropriately to differences in business culture and ethics in the international business arena

First Year     Term -1, 2, 3June – March     Foundation Courses Core Courses
April-June     Summer Internship
Second Year     Term -4, 5, 6 July – March     Core & Elective Courses

Core & Elective Courses

The instructional methodology comprises of an optimum mix of lectures, classroom discussions, case studies, role-plays, group discussions, special sessions from professionals from industry and trade, management games, sensitivity training, management films, industrial visits and industry interaction. Students are encouraged to present their cases through individual or group presentations. Further opportunity is provided through participation of students in various seminars.