The PGPBL is a one-year full-time program and is designed for graduates with minimum two years of work experience. The program provides a solid grounding in major business disciplines and core business skills. Our faculty is world-class experts in their fields and they develop courses based on up-to-date best practice and the latest academic research.
This program aims to provide India’s future leaders with the skills, knowledge, and values needed to meet the challenges of the workplace in the new emerging India.
Doing business in India today is unprecedentedly complex, connected, and fragile. There is widespread corruption, unethical practices and greed which has penetrated the roots of all Businesses in India. This environment needs individuals who are high on integrity and character, who can inspire and influence a wide range of stakeholders, and who can demonstrate responsible leadership to take India and its people on its way to become a developed and powerful economy. The SOIL PGBLP will equip students with these skills to become the best leaders in the new Emerging India.
Underpinning a rigorous program of courses is an extended and strengthened talent development program. All of our MBA students will be offered professional mentoring by senior leaders from the Industry, Action Learning Projects (ALP) to work on Relevant Industry specific projects and a cutting-edge Social Innovation Program where they volunteer to develop solutions for real-life problems facing the Non-Profit Sector. The program also equips you to develop a high level of self- awareness regarding your own leadership style, thus being better prepared to lead a team.
The learning design at SOIL is based on the philosophy of Character, Competence and Enthusiasm. This philosophy ensures that the curriculum is not restricted to only knowledge and theory but there are plenty of opportunities and spaces created for the application (internships and projects), self-reflection and inner work.
Semester 1: Core Courses
Semester 2: Core Courses & Electives
Semester 3: Electives