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Construction Project Management (GDPM)

[ Construction Project Management (GDPM) | Construction Business Management (GDCBM) | Construction Contracts Management (GDCCM) | Construction Safety Management (GDCSM) | Building Maintenance Management (GDBMM) | Real Estate Development & Management (GDREDM) | Highway Project Management (GDHPM) | Oil & Gas Pipelines Project Management (GDOGPM) ]

Construction Project Management (GDPM)
This programme is designed especially for three groups. First, site engineers and middle managers in either line or staff capacities working for civil construction companies, development bodies, industrial and commercial enterprises, contractors and consultancy firms. Second industrial engineers and functional managers - financial, materials, personnel, plant, working on projects and third, contractors interested in building competencies in project management.

Objective

  • To develop competencies in project management techniques and skills
  • To acquire proficiency in controlling cost and quality and managing people
  • To gain knowledge on the dynamics of site organisation and operation


Construction Business Management (GDCBM)
This programme of studies covers the Construction Business Management procedures and related practices. The course is designed for:

  • Ward of family owned construction business
  • Construction industry managers, architects, contractors, consultants, realtors, financiers and resource suppliers.
  • Practicing engineers, quantity surveyors, system designers cost accountants and those handling other functions in construction industry.
  • Prospective Construction enterpreneure.

Objective
The programme is designed for students to gain proficiency in tools, techniques and practices required for managing contracts of a medium-size construction project, independently. Graduates of this programme will be able to effeciently and effectively perform the following management related functions:

  • Construction business development and management techniques 
  • Site organisation and administration 
  • Documenting and raising claims


Construction Contracts Management (GDCCM)
This programme of studies covers the construction contracts management procedures and related practices. The course is designed for:

  • Contract managers and their team members 
  • Construction industry managers, architects, contractors, consultants, realtors, financiers and resource suppliers
  • Practicing engineers, quantity surveyors, system designers, cost accountants and those handling other functions in construction industry.

Objective
The programme is designed for students to gain proficiency in tools, techniques and practices required for managing contracts of a medium-size construction project, independently. Graduates of this programme will be able to efficiently and effectively perform the following management related functions:

  • Implement the tendering process as Estimator or Quantity Surveyor 
  • Develop, budget and submit tenders/bids as Tendering Engineer
  • Learn system of contract administration and management
  • Learn to identify, raise and document claims as Contracts Engineer/Manager


Construction Safety Management (GDCSM)
Constructing safe structures and providing safe work environment to the personnel is a vital factor in successful construction business. This makes safety an important function in the management of construction projects. The concern for safety starts from the design stage and continues till the facility is delivered to the owner. The designer, consultant, client and contractor share equal responsibility for safety, which should be built into their work values and systems.

Objective

  • To be responsible for compliance of all statutory obligations of the employer in regards to safety of personnel and structures,
  • To function as a "Staff" Office on the construction sites and guide and assist the site managers/engineers to make their sites safe and accident free.
  • To train personnel in construction safety, conduct safety surveys and design suitable documents for recording and promoting safety on sites and in the construction industry.


Building Maintenance Management (GDBMM)
A major part of a nations construction workload is expended on building houses, shops, offices, factories, warehouses, schools, hospitals, theatres, roads, bridges, sewers and many other structures in which we live, work, play, learn and eat. Every structure has its own life, undergoes the process of ageing and needs maintenance.

Objective
To train an engineer as a maintenance manager who has

  • technical skills required for proper maintenance of building structures, services and systems.
  • management skills to plan and implement maintenance jobs economically and effectively
  • business skills to give value for money to clients and earn a good living for self, and
  • knowledge of the manintenance laws and standards


Real Estate Development & Management (GDREDM)

Real Estate and Property Development has become an important business sector in the country. Many industrial houses and corporate have diversified to this business. It is also attracting foreign investors. Metro centers are the hub of this business activity though the growth can also be at most urban centers.

Objective

  • To manage Real Estate business efficiently
  • To get better return on investment
  • To give value for money to customer


Highway Project Management (GDHPM)

This programme is designed for three groups associated with highway construction projects. First group is site engineers and middle managers in either line or staff capacities working for road building construction companies, consultancy firms or sub contractors. Second group is planning engineers and functional managers in finance, materials, personnel, plant, working on projects and third group is all civil contractors interested in entry into highway construction business.

Objective

  • To develop basic understanding of highway construction business potential and practices.
  • To acquire proficiency in planning and executing highway construction projects.
  • To gain insight into safety and quality management practices relevant to highway construction contracts.

On completion of the course, the graduates should be in a position to work as site managers or quality, safety engineers in road construction business or undertake medium size contracts and manage them efficiently. Executives and engineers working with financial institutions or PMCs can develop perspective about road construction projects.


Oil & Gas Pipelines Project Management (GDOGPM)

This programme is meant for all those engineering and commercial professionals who want to diversify into Oil and Pipeline Construction sector. Multi-disciplinary nature of this infrastructural sector offers opportunities to civil and mechanical engineers along with petroleum and instrumentation professionals working with construction/consultancy firms. Even functional managers involved in financial, commercial execution of infrastructure projects will find it beneficial. Finally, safety and quality professionals will obtain working knowledge directly applicable to Oil and Gas Pipelines projects.

Objective 

  • To develop basic understanding of oil and gas pipeline business and construction practices.
  • To acquire working knowledge of planning and executing oil and gas cross country pipeline projects.
  • To understand working practices of safety and quality management relevant to oil and gas pipelines and construction contracts.

On completion of the course, the graduates should be able to work as Construction Manager or Quality & Safety Engineer in cross country Oil & Gas pipelines projects or undertake medium size Installation contracts & manage them efficiently. Executives & Engineers working with Oil Companies & Refineries can develop better understanding about execution of Oil & Gas pipeline projects.

Duration
The Programme duration is 12 months from the date of enrolment, and is split in 2 Terms. Extension of the duration for completion of studies is normally not allowed.

Eligibility
In order to be eligible for admission to this Programme, the candidate should successfully meet the following criteria:

  1. Graduate in any branch of Engineering/Architecture/Quantity Surveying OR 

  2. Chartered Accountants/MBAs/MComs with at least 2 years work experience in the construction industry OR 

  3. Diploma in Engineering awarded by a State Board of Technical Education plus 2 years work experience at construction sites.

Admission Procedure
The following admission procedure is prescribed:

  1. Admission to this programme is offered twice a year, in the months of April and September. 
  2. Advertisements for admission are issued in newspapers. 
  3. Candidates may purchase CODE Prospectus and Application Form for admission by a written request to Chief, CODE, and Pune on payment of the prescribed fee. 
  4. Candidate should fill the Application Form in his/her own handwriting. Xerox copies of all degrees/diplomas, high school onwards, acquired by the candidate, and of all other testimonials should be attached to the Application Form. 
  5. All papers submitted to the Institute should be numbered and this fact recorded alongside the signatures of the candidate. 
  6. CODE office will scrutinize the Application Form and its enclosures. Admission is granted to all candidates who meet the prescribed eligibility criteria. 
  7. Admission is granted provisionally to an applicant on the basis of information supplied by him/her in the Application Form and documents submitted. It will be verified when the student comes to attend the RCS. Admission will be confirmed only after this verification. Any false information supplied earlier will lead to automatic cancellation of admission and forfeiture of fees paid. 
  8. The provisional admission letter issued to a candidate will clearly state:
    a. Students Registration Number (SRN), which must be quoted in all correspondence in future.
    b. The period of 12 months of studentship, giving start date and end date of the studies.
    c. Fees to be paid at the time of admission.

Fees

  • For Indian Nationals resident in India
    The Total payable for 12 months is Rs. 25,500 plus a refundable deposit of Rs. 3000. The schedule of payment is as under:
    Rs. 14,000 (including deposit) on receipt of admission letter
    Rs. 11,000 on registration for 2nd Module

  • For NRI and Foreign Students
    The total fee for the entire course of 12 months for NRI and Foreign students is US $ 600 payable as under:
    1. At the time of admission - US $ 400
    2. At the start of Term 2 (beginning of 7th month) - US $ 200.
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