A project is a temporary venture that exists to produce a defined outcome. Each project will have agreed and unique objectives as well as its own project plan, budget, timescale, deliverables and tasks. A project may also involve people from different teams within an organization who are brought together to accomplish a specific goal.
Project management involves planning and organization of a company's resources to move a specific task, event, or duty towards completion. It typically involves a one-time project rather than an ongoing activity, and resources managed include personnel, finances, technology, and intellectual property. A project manager helps to define the goals and objectives of the project and determines when the various project components are to be completed and by whom, he/she also creates quality control checks to ensure completed components meet a certain standard.
Although there are different project management methodologies and approaches, most projects follow these stages:
Initiating the project – the project manager defines what the project will achieve and realize, working with the project sponsor and stakeholders to agree deliverables.
Planning – the project manager records all the tasks and assigns deadlines for each as well as stating the relationships and dependencies between each activity.
Execution – the project manager builds the project team and also collects and allocates the resources and budget available to specific tasks.
Monitoring – the project manager oversees the progress of project work and updates the project plans to reflect actual performance.
Closing – the project manager ensures the outputs delivered by the project are accepted by the business and closes down the project team.
UG (3 Years)
To take admission into a bachelor’s degree, the candidate must have passed Intermediate 10+2 examination.
PG (2 Years)
The eligibility criteria for pursuing a master’s degree is to qualify bachelor's degree with minimum 50% of marks. Students will have to attend an entrance exam such as MAT/CAT/XAT or ATMA to get admitted into this courses.
The demand is high for PMP® certified project managers and the scope is not limited to any one industry. Countries around the world are rapidly developing project management industries and are in need of skilled PMP® certified managers. As a result there is a constant demand for individuals who are skilled in overseeing the planning, smooth execution and desirable closure of the project.