Program USP

  • The major distinguishing feature of this 2 years Program is an embedded rural internship of 4 months, which provides a dedicated practical exposure to the needs and aspirations, lifestyle, culture and beliefs of the people residing in the smaller towns and villages of India.
  • The uniqueness of the program is its focus on value creation through development of sustainable business models in the rural space.

PGDM - Rural Management (Emerging Economies)

Program Overview

WeSchool's PGDM-Rural Management (Emerging Economies) program's transformational cross-disciplinary learning aims to nurture you into a competent future manager with leadership abilities, innovative mindset and a deep empathy to work effectively in the emerging rural economies. The outreach of education, rising income and aspiration levels enabled by advancement in Information and Communication Technology has developed Indian rural sector as a vibrant economic growth engine.

Program Pedagogy

The transformative pedagogy includes lectures, on-field rural projects, industry visits and research experience through rural internships and provides premium knowledge of rural management along with the skills of general management which is delivered by highly acclaimed academicians and renowned Industry experts from top listed companies such as Mahindra & Mahindra, ICICI Bank, Tata Rallis, Reliance and the like.

Program Outcome

On successful completion of the PGDM- Rural Management (Emerging Economies) program, you will be a corporate manager with leadership qualities and innovative mindset, able to think out-of-the-box and find ingenious solutions to the problems faced by the rural sector, based on deep insights in rural emerging markets.

Placement

Average Package Highest Package Some of the Companies who have visited our campus for Placements
7.49 LPA 9.10 LPA Morgan Stanley, Aon Hewitt, ICICI Bank, DELL and many more..

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