A Project Manager is expected to overlook the budget, time, quality, resources, etc., along with managing the teams effectively and meeting the stakeholders’ expectations. In short, a Project Manager must be able to achieve that flawless blend in order to successfully achieve their project-based goals. The Executive Programme in
Advanced Project Management from IIT Delhi endows its participants with the necessary skillsets while honing their leadership and managerial skills to achieve their organisation’s goals efficiently and maximise productivity and output.
EXECUTIVE PROGRAMME IN ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGEMENT
PROJECT MANAGEMENT: SCOPE & DEMAND
The Indian economy has become more project-oriented with major policy initiatives such as ‘Make in India’, ‘SMART Cities’, ‘Stand-Up India’, ‘Digital India’, and mega infrastructure development projects like ports, railways, airports, highways, etc.
Clearly, demand is high for practitioners with the necessary mix of competencies—a combination of technical, management, and leadership skills. A PMI report cited in the Economic Times, says that by 2027, India will have the second-largest number of project management-oriented jobs in the world, behind China.
Project Management Jobs by 2027
Project Managers required by 2027
This is a clarion call for working professionals who are currently in project management roles, or others wishing to transition into such roles, to upgrade and upskill themselves with knowledge and skills benchmarked to global standards, in this critical and growing field.
- 6-month, online programme for working professionals
- Comprehensive and contemporary curriculum including Agile Project Management
- IIT Delhi Certification
- A Programme from Department of Management Studies, IIT Delhi
- In-depth understanding of fundamental and advanced topics in Project Management
- Introduction to Agile Project Management
- Business Analytics in Project Management – MS Excel, R/Python (No prior knowledge required)
- Decision-making in Project Management
- Project Team Leadership and Project Stakeholder Management
Graduation in any discipline
Please note: Internships and Training Experiences will not be considered in full time work-experience
Selection based on application review
Disclaimer: Programme content/topics are indicative only, and the suggested time and sequence may be dropped/modified/adapted to the total programme hours.
Project Lifecycle, Current drivers of Project Management, Project Governance, Project Management Processes and their classification, Project Integration Management
Strategic Management Process, Project Portfolio Management, Financial Models to evaluate project feasibility, Managing the Portfolio system, Project Management Structure, Organisation Culture
Project scope and Priorities, Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and integration, Responsibility Matrices, Estimating Project Times and Costs, Methods for estimation, Critical Path Method, Crashing in CPM, Project evaluation review technique, Monte Carlo Simulation methods in Project Management
Resource Scheduling Problem, Types of resource constraints, Classification of projects based on resources, Resource Allocation Methods, Benefits of Scheduling resources, Multiproject resource schedules, Developing Project Cost baseline
Theory of constraints, Critical Chain solution to Project scheduling, Critical chain activity network, Critical Chain Project Portfolio Management
Cost Management basics, Cost Estimation, Creating a project budget, Top-down and Bottom-up budgeting, Activity-based costing, Budget uncertainty and risk management
Risk management process, Risk Breakdown Structure, Contingency Planning, Opportunity Management, Change control Management, Risk Management Tools, Risk Mitigation Strategies
Basics of financial management, Options, futures and contracts, Real options, Real options in project management, Advantages of using real options in project management
Effective Communications, Importance of effective communication in project management, Types of communication in PM, Steps in Effective communication
Module 11: Project Change Management
Module 12 : Agile project Management
Module 13: Project Outsourcing and Contracts
Module 14: Managing Conflicts and Art of Negotiation
Module 15: Project Closure
- Candidates who score at least 50% marks overall and have minimum attendance of 60% will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ from IIT Delhi CEP
- Only e-certificates will be issued by CEP IIT Delhi.
|Fee Particulars||Amount (in )|
|Programme Fee||₹1,29,800 + GST|
* GST @18% will be charged extra in addition to the fee
Note: All fees should be submitted in the IITD CEP Account only, and the details will be shared post-selection.
|No. of Installments -Total amount to be paid in 3 installments.|
|Instalment No.||Amount (in )|
|Timeline and Dates|
|Last Date to Apply||04-Jul-2022|
|Shortlisted candidates will be informed by||20-May-2022|
|Programme start date||17-Jul-2022|
|Tentative Programme End Date||13-Dec-2022|
The teaching approach will be highly interactive, leverage technology, and deploy diverse pedagogical tools and techniques including lectures, case studies, assignments, quizzes, project work, etc.