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Aims and Objectives
This course consists of the following objectives:
- Understanding the Philosophy, Concept and Theory of Project Management.
- Appreciating the importance of Project Planning Processes in corporate working environments & focusing various project planning and control mechanisms.
- Learning the various tools and techniques for successful planning and control of various project types for effective projects, programs and portfolio management.
- To teach the students through coursework, assignments, term projects, class discussions, case studies and practical examples regarding Project Planning & Control Techniques and related issues in national, international and multinational organizations & environments, with special emphasis on the latest trends.
Project Planning and Control Revision Introduction