About PGD in Financial Management (Govt) & Course Outline

COURSE OUTLINE

Objective:

The PGDFM aims to assist public and private organizations by:

  • building the strengths of human resources in the areas of finance and accounts
  • developing the auditing skills required in executing the auditing tasks of the government and corporate organizations
  • enhance the analytical skills for effective decision-making capacities of the finance personnel in the government and private sectors
  • meeting the requirement of the skilled human resources in the Department of Revenue and Customs specifically to assist Public and Private organizations

Designed for:

Candidates who have been selected to pursue career in the areas of finance and accounts selected through the CSCE selection process of the PGDFM.

Learning Areas:

The PGDFM course provides the following learning areas/modules that are divided into three terms:

COURSE STRUCTURE BY YEAR, CREDIT AND UNIT LEVEL

Term Core Units Credit points
Term 1 (Feb – April) 1.       Financial Accounting. 15
2.       Public Finance 15
3.       Introduction to Research Methodology 15
Term 2 (May – August) 1.       Managerial Economics 15
2.       Introduction to Public Administration 15
3.       Management Accounting 15
Term 3 (September – November) 1.       Principles of Auditing 15
2.       Corporate Finance 15
Total 120

 

Learning Outcomes:

On successful completion of the course, graduates should be able to:

  • Constructively analyze and present financial related information
  • Manage and guide the management in financial related works
  • Provide accurate and timely information for decision making.
  • Approach financial and business challenges from local and global perspective.
  • Act in accordance with universal standards of integrity, honesty and ethical attributes.

SKILL BASED UNITS /TEACHING LEARNING UNITS

PGDFM (Govt.)

In PGDFM – Government course, we offer 10 teaching learning and skilled based units and they are follows:

Term I:

  1. Management Communication
  2. IT Fundamentals
  3. Procurement Management
  4. Leadership Effectiveness and Development
  5. Driglam Namzha

Term II:

  1. Government Policies and Development Programs
  2. Tax, Excise & Revenue Accounting
  3. Government Accounting I

Term III:

  1. Tally
  2. Government Accounting II (PEMS & MYRB)

Duration:

12 months (from February- December every year)