Frequently Asked Questions

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Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession having its base in medical sciences. It views ‘human function and movement’ as central to health and well being. Physiotherapy is the study of human body mechanics and function. It aims to spread health promotion and prevent movement dysfunctions through treatment and rehabilitation in order to optimize quality of life.

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BPTH

  • Attached hospital with all specialized wards, ICU, NICU, PICU and other specialized clinics.
  • Specialized OPDs.
  • Well equipped Medical and Physiotherapy labs.
  • Air conditioned classrooms equipped with latest teaching aids.
  • Spacious library having latest Physiotherapy journals and reference books in print as well as online resources.
  • Internet facility
  • Guest lectures, seminars and workshops on recent developments in physiotherapy are organized to provide wide exposure in the field of physiotherapy.
  • Students are provided field exposure during various camps, sports tournaments held in Mumbai.

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MPTH

  • Attached hospital with all specialized wards, ICU, NICU, PICU and other specialized clinics.
  • Specialized OPDs.
  • Well equipped Medical and Physiotherapy labs.
  • Air conditioned classrooms equipped with latest teaching aids.
  • Spacious library having latest Physiotherapy journals and reference books in print as well as online resources.
  • Internet facility
  • Guest lectures, seminars and workshops on recent developments in physiotherapy are organized to provide wide exposure in the field of physiotherapy.
  • Students are provided field exposure during various camps, sports tournaments held in Mumbai.

 Programme FAQs


National Student: PGDM FS

PGDM(FS) programme is aimed at providing students the knowledge about various aspects of Indian financial system like Micro and Macro-economic structure, investment markets, products and services. It covers all the functional areas in finance like Risk Management, Portfolio Management, Corporate Finance, etc. It also introduces students to areas like financial modeling, fixed income instruments, commodity markets, etc.

India has a diversified financial sector undergoing rapid expansion, both in terms of existing financial services firms and new entities entering the market. Consequently, there is increased demand for professionals specialized to work in this industry. The FS programme was introduced considering this demand. It provides knowledge about the field of finance right from the first year. It is a two year intensive programme focussed on producing highly skilled professionals who are able to work in core financial services profiles. The PGDM core finance programme is designed to develop leadership skills in students with specialization in Finance only in the second year. It is aimed at producing management graduates with competency in chosen specialization rather than core finance professionals.

There are guest lectures of noted people from Finance industry arranged by committees. There is a Bloomberg terminal in college in case a student doing any research requires data. Also, Finstreet is the committee focused on finance industry which keeps you up to date about latest knowledge around the world.

The courses in PGDM IB course are concerned with the creation of the international business perspective and mindset. The emphasis is basically on exposing students to international business. The curriculum includes courses as Global Perspectives in Management, International Logistics and Supply Chain Management, International Market Research, International Business Strategy Models, International Finance (including FEMA), International Marketing, International Relations & Diplomacy, International Trade Finance, Multinational Management, International Commodity Markets, Export-Import Policies, Intellectual Property Rights, Business in Emerging Markets, Country & Sectoral Strategies along with a compulsory Foreign Language. The courses chosen for this program are a sophisticated blend of foundation core courses, critical courses in functional areas and advanced level courses within the field of International Business. Each trimester consists of 7-8 full credit courses each with a mix of core and specialization courses.

Financial Statement Analysis, Spreadsheet for Data Analysis, Cost and Management Accounting, Fixed Income Securities, Indian Economy, Services in Financial Markets, Behavioral Finance, Insurance Management, Marketing of Financial Services, Commodity Markets, Wealth Management, Financial Modeling, Financial Regulation.

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National Student: PGDM COMM

PGDM(COMM) program focuses on the concepts are used by marketers and communicators to create impactful communication. It is based on the premise that to communicate effectively to a particular target audience a set of communications tools and techniques can be used-eg: TV, Magazines, Radio, Outdoor, and posters for a brand of toilet soap. The overall impact is more than the sum of the parts, therefore creating synergy in communication. Integrated Marketing Communications is used to create clarity, consistency and impact for communication.

Yes,PGDM(COMM) is a specialization in marketing which focuses on developing corporate communication strategies, directing internal and external communication strategies, creating brand presence, brand building.. The programme endeavours to enable the participants to design, develop, execute and assess the impact of 360 degrees Marketing Communications campaigns to launch, build, maintain and rejuvenate brands.

Celebrity and sports marketing, event management, strategic brand management, media planning and media analytics are some of the distinct courses s along with organisational behaviour, marketing management and business perspective etc which are similar to other PGDM –courses.

The roles you might be have the opportunity to work for involves Manager – Communication, Corporate manager ,Communication manager ,Media communication manager, Business development manager, Manager – corporate affairs

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National Student: PGDM RM

India has a diversified retail sector undergoing rapid expansion, both in terms of existing retailers and new entities entering the market. Consequently, there is increased demand for professionals specialized to work in this industry. The RM programme was introduced considering this demand. This programme helps students to understand and face challenges in retail industry by offering specialized courses right from the first year. Biggest B-school Retail event in India is organized by students of PGDM RM programme of SIMSR which also provides great learning opportunities.

Retail management course focuses on molding students into professionals specialized in retail industry and not general marketers. It provides specialized knowledge to students in areas like sourcing and merchandizing, shopper experience, visual merchandizing, property management and franchising, category management, retail finance, retail analytics, B2B retailing, E-Retailing, mall management, store operations, rural retailing, etc. PGDM Marketing is about producing managers specialized in marketing with ethics and good governance and social skills.

Legal and ethical aspects of Retail Business, Retail Management and Strategy, Retail Finance and Analytics, Strategic Management are some of the major courses of the course. Apart from these, there are a wide range of electives available as well, such as- B2B and Industrial Retailing, Visual Merchandising, Sourcing and Merchandising Management, Customer Relationship Management.

Yes. The Retail Lab is mainly for RM students which offer live project opportunity in this domain as well.

Yes. Industrial visits are conducted to give better understanding of retail industry to students understand the retail industry better.

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International Student: FN / PIOs / NRIs / CIWGC

Yes. The Institute can admit students for PGDM Programme under supernumerary quota of 15%. Thus, there are 18 seats over and above 120 seats of PGDM programme. These applicants can apply through GMAT Scores of three years validity till 31st December 2018.These applicants will have to fill up a separate form. The applicants – if short listed- will have to appear for Written Case Analysis and In-depth Personal Interview. The admission to the programme under this category will be offered according to the merit position generated separately for applicants under these categories. The fee for these candidates is higher than the normal programme fee. For the applicants under Children of Working Professionals in Gulf Countries, the programme fees will be same as the domestic applicant.

The applicants under Foreign Nationals / PIOs categories are welcome to apply for PGDM-IB, PGDM-RM, PGDM-FS , PGDM-Comm , PGDM-HCM and PGDM-Executive. There are no additional seats allocated to them for these Programmes. They would be competing within the normal intake of 60. The fees for such selected candidates will be same as programme fee

The applicants under Foreign Nationals / PIOs categories are welcome to apply for PGDM-IB, PGDM-RM, PGDM-FS , PGDM-Comm , PGDM-HCM and PGDM-Executive. There are no additional seats allocated to them for these Programmes. They would be competing within the normal intake of 60. The fees for such selected candidates will be same as programme fee

Yes. The Placement Cell will make all efforts for getting the NRI/PIO/FN Students placed.

The holidays and vacation will be based on the Institute’s calendar of holidays.

Yes. The Summer Project title and synopsis has to be approved by the allocated faculty guide and then the NRI/PIO/FN student can do the project anywhere outside India.

The annual fee for CIWGC category amounts to INR 6,57,500 inclusive of a refundable caution deposit of INR 10,000 but the annual fee for NRI/PIO/FN category amounts to INR 18,34,500 inclusive of a refundable caution deposit of INR 10,000

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International Student: PGDM HCM

PGDM-HCM is a two year full time AICTE approved Programme with specialization in healthcare management. The programme prepares managers who are keenly interested in working in healthcare sector. It looks at healthcare sector in a holistic manner such as Hospital Industry, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare Consulting, Healthcare IT, Medical Devices, Wellness and Fitness, Medical Insurance, etc.

There is a need for specialized programme in healthcare management programme. Firstly, healthcare industry today is rising in scale as well as in scope. Rising per capita incomes, changing life styles, changing technologies, innovative medical solutions, all are contributing to the growth. Healthcare sector is amongst the fastest growing sector in India and worldwide, because of which there is a high demand of managerial skills in this sector. This high growth is expected to be there for next two-three decades. Due to this there is a need of managers who can specifically work in healthcare sector for its development. The industry needs the skilled manpower having a comprehensive understanding of all the aspects of healthcare sectors such as domain knowledge, technology, social aspects along with having managerial skill sets. At present there is a huge gap of such skilled manpower in the industry. PGDM HCM programme intends to bridge this gap. Healthcare sector is much more complex as compared to non-healthcare sector in terms of role or regulations, technology integration and managing customer / patient relationship. It is important to understand each of this aspect clearly along with its interrelationship amongst each other for making optimal managerial decisions. This makes it absolutely necessary for managers to have a detailed and in-depth understanding of how healthcare works. Thus a management programme having a very strong focus on all the aspects of business such as marketing, human resource management, finances, operations and business development in healthcare sector is necessary.

Healthcare is a wide sector and have variety of industry domains included in it. The companies working in healthcare sector can belong to an industry/domain related to medical devices (Siemens, GE, J&J etc.), pharmaceuticals (Cipla, Pfizer, Glaxosmith etc.), healthcare consulting (E&Y, KPMG, Deloitte, McKinzee, PWC etc.), healthcare IT (Accenture, Infosys, TCS etc.), health insurance (ICICI Lombard, Bajaj Allianz etc.), hospitals (Fortis, Apollo, Columbia Asia etc.), diagnostic companies (SRL Diagnostics, Metropolis), Wellness & Fitness (Tawalkar Gyms, VLCC) and public health (UNICEF, Government etc.). Management in all these domains requires a basic but detailed understanding of core healthcare aspects which when clubbed with management principles is highly useful in making business related decisions.

Along with core courses of PGDM which are covered in PGDM(HCM), it also covers specialised courses related to healthcare programme are additionally covered.

Although any graduate can undertake this programme, it is more suitable for students having completed graduation in healthcare related programme such as pharmacy, biotech, dentistry, physiotherapy, along with computer science/IT background, etc. Healthcare background includes all medical and allied health discipline. However, we do have students from other background such as B.A., B.Sc., non-IT Engineering, B.Com etc.

Besides all management courses of finance, marketing, operations, human resources and organizational behaviour, HCM also covers courses like epidemiology, pharmaceutical industry, hospital Administration, public health programmes, etc

Yes, all programme all KJ SIMSR is approved by AICTE

Admission announcement is made and you can apply online through our website. You will have to take any one entrance exam out of CAT, XAT, CMAT or GMAT. If shortlisted, you may be called for a process which includes GD and Interview at any one centre across the country.

 Admission Related FAQs


PGDM (All Courses):

Yes. The changes may occur subject to any changes in the guidelines by regulatory authorities. If and when changes are made, they will be notified on the website. The Institute reserves all the rights to make the mandatory changes.

The other parameters and their respective weightage are:

 

 Qualifying Exam(CMAT/GMAT/CAT/XAT)  35%
 Group Discussion  17%
 Personal Interview  25%
 Work Experience  5%
 Past Academic Record  10%
 Outstanding Achievements  8%
 Total  100%

Stage 1 includes appearing for either of the qualifying examination (CAT 2018/CMAT Jan-2019/ XAT Jan-2019/GMAT) and then apply to the Institute by filling up online form.

Yes. However, the Application Form fees will remain same at Rs. 2857.

Only the short listed candidates while filling the candidate profile form can give their preference of programme. The selection/wait listing for a programme during the counseling session will be guided by this data. Even if you are applying for one programme, it is important to mention preference as 1 in the column provided in the candidate profile form.

The payment can be made either through Debit Card/Credit Card or Demand Draft(DD). The guided walk through is available while filling the Application Form.

In case the payment is made through Debit Card/Credit Card the payer gets a message of successful payment. The successful generation of Unique Form Number implies the receipt of the application.While in case the payment is made through Demand Draft the institute will acknowledge receiving the same.

On receipt of DD, the institute will acknowledge receiving the same.

No, the documents need not be sent. However you need to upload them while filling the form.

Stage 2 is the internal (back office) process that short list the candidates for stage 3. The Applicants short listed for stage 3 will be informed accordingly.