Dr. Dinesh Awasthi – EDI Director, talking on Importance of PGDM Development Studies

Everyone today seems to be talking about advanced and other futuristic changes which have had a gripping effect on society. Simultaneously, however, society has also experienced some intense social/economic changes – some reassuring, while most, calling for attention – but sadly no tangible coping mechanisms have been initiated to address these issues that have dramatically enveloped communities and groups.

Issues and concerns reside in almost every sector – environmental, demographic, economic, human and social. Although much of policy thinking is directed towards pacifying these concerns, not much has been achieved. The Government, the corporates and several organizations have instituted

The link between planning and implementation has to be sound for a programme/project to generate long lasting impact. And, this link comes from trained,

EDI, with more than three decades of experience in this area, clearly understands the need of such resource persons and has been doing its bit through AICTE approved two-year ‘POST

The students of this course delve into the nuances of microenterprise development, microfinance, livelihood promotion and CSR interventions. During the 2-year of the course, they are given opportunities through field work and internship programmes to get a better insight into the practical application of classroom teachings. The students also get

The students secure placements with national and international development organizations, non-government organizations and socially responsible corporates.

So, come explore your potential of obliterating the complex challenges and crises that face our society today and be the harbinger of a new dawn.