Human Resource is one of the key differentiators in enabling organisations to gain and maintain competitive edge. Organisations find it imperative to attract, nurture, develop and retain such talents who will be responsive to the demands of ever changing business environment.
Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (PGDHRM) opens up the insights and perspectives into the various HR subsystems for professionals to contribute in potential developments. At present, our PGDHRM graduates and students are working in more than one thousand organisations in the country and abroad. PGDHRM is a career-oriented and specialised professional qualification developed in collaboration with UK awarding organisations. Until the year 2004, relevant education and training sector in Bangladesh typically used the term ‘personnel management’ to refer HR diploma. BiMS is the first organisation in Bangladesh to launch ‘PGDHRM’ as qualification and professional title in 2004.
After completing our post graduate programme, students get PGDHRM certificate awarded by Innovate Awarding, UK.
5 Reasons to Join PGDHRM
Duration and Fees
| PGDHRM can be completed in six (6) months |
| Fee for the entire programme is BDT 35,000/- (by two installments) |
| Our fees include exam fees and cost of course materials |
| Registration of students remains valid for a maximum period of seven (7) months |
| NO other hidden cost within this period |
/ Minimum bachelor degree (or equivalent qualification) is required \
/ Students having 3rd division/class/ in SSC/HSC/Graduation are not eligible to apply \
/ Applicants are expected to have language proficiency as exams are conducted in ‘English’ \
/ BiMS reserves the right to reject any admission application \
Semester & Modules
There are total two (2) semesters in PGDHRM programme. Duration of each semester is three (3) months.
| SEMESTER 01 (3 Months) |
Module 01: The Practice of HRM
- Introduction to HRM
- The role & structure of the HRM function
- Models of HRM
- Strategic HRM
- Evaluating HR Outcomes
- Organisational Behaviour
- Work, Organisation & Job Design
- Organisation Development
Module 03: Factors affecting employee behaviour
- Employee Engagement
Module 04: Learning & Development
- Strategic Learning & Development
- The Process of Learning & Development
- The Practice of Learning & Development
Module 01, 02, 03 and 04 combined are assessed through a single exam of 100 marks comprising MCQ and short questions.
Module 05: Human Resource Planning
- Context of HRP
- The Process of HRP
- Labour Turnover and Retention
- Evaluating HRP
- Elements of HRP
Module 06: Recruitment
- Sources of HR
- Recruitment Process
- Job Analysis
- Job Description
- Person Specification
- Recruitment Methods and Media
- Evaluating Recruitment
Module 07: Selection
- The Selection Process
- Selection Interviews
- Selection Testing
- Group Selection Methods
- Follow up Procedures
- Evaluating the Selection Process
Module 08: Monitoring & Managing Performance
- The Purpose of Appraisal
- Appraisal Procedures and Techniques
- Problems with Appraisal Schemes
- Performance Management
- Performance Counselling
Module 05, 06, 07 and 08 combined are assessed through a single exam of 100 marks comprising MCQ and short questions.
| SEMESTER 02 (3 Months) |
Module 09: Reward Management
- Understanding Reward Management
- Job Evaluation
- Other Factors Determining Pay
- Reward Systems
- Basic Pay
- Performance Pay
- Indirect Pay
Module 10: Employee relations
- Strategic Employee Relations
- The Psychological Contract
- Practices of Industrial Relations
- Employee Voice
- Employee Communications
- Termination of Employment Relationship.
Module 11: Compliance Management
- Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI)
- Social Accountability 8000 (Sa8000)
- Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP)
Module 09, 10 and 11 combined are assessed through a single exam of 100 marks comprising MCQ and short questions.
Module 12: Labour Law I
- This module covers the scope, extent and commencement of the act and define terms and jargons in relevant legal perspective, the regulations related to appointment and conditions of employment, employment of young persons, maternity welfare facilities, health & hygiene, safety, special provision with regard to health and safety, welfare measures, working hours and leave, wages and its payment. Bangladesh labour Act. 2006.
Module 13: Labour Law II
- This module covers the regulations related to wage board, compensation for injury caused by accident, trade union and industrial relations, settlement of disputes, labour court, labour appellate tribunal, worker’s participation in companies profits, provident fund, offense, penalties and procedure, administration, inspection, labour law.
Module 12 and 13 combined are assessed through a single exam of 100 marks comprising MCQ and short questions.
PGD programme has been developed primarily for the working professionals and part-time students. Classes are held typically on Fridays (for ‘Male batches’) and Saturdays (for ‘Female batches’).
A sample short lecture