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PG Diploma in Events Management

School: Jagran School of Journalism and Communication
Course length: 1 year

Fee Structure (In ):

Tuition Fee
(Per Annum)
Exam Fee
(Per Annum)
Alumni Fee
(One – Time)
Caution Money
(One – Time)
Digitalization Fee
(Per Annum)
Admission Fee
(One – Time)
65,000 12,000 10,000 5,000 8,000 20,000

Course Objectives:

Event management is a dynamic and challenging career. This course is designed to give candidates the skills and knowledge they will need to operate and manage events. It provides the first step in a student’s path towards a career in events as well as utilizes the experiences, knowledge and skills acquired by existing professionals in the events field and put them into a management perspective; hence providing them an opportunity to obtain a formal certification in events management.

Key modules offered in the course:

Introduction to Events Management

Events Planning and Production

MICE Events

Professional Development

Theme Events

Event Law,Safety & Security

(Includes certified course in fire safety & first aid)

Events Marketing Communication

Events Human Resources Planning

Sports events

Event Budget Planning


Career Opportunities upon completion of the course:


The events industry is a dynamic, fast-paced sector offering opportunities to work on anything from small staff events to festivals, weddings to charity fundraisers. Experience can be just as important as your diploma subject for getting a job in the sector. Experience in any role involving customer service will raise your profile, especially in hospitality or tourism. Many events organisations look for casual staff to help out at their events, and this can be a good way gain skills and build up contacts in the sector.

Your extra-curricular activities can give you valuable experience, for example, organising the end of term ball or a fundraiser for a university society. In the run up to a large event, and during the event itself, staff may need to work long hours and be very adaptable, so any role where you can demonstrate an ability to work hard and think on your feet is useful.  Large hotel chains, conference venues and wedding organisers all offer opportunities for events management graduates. Some courses give students the chance to specialise in festival or cultural and arts events, so museums, large galleries and festival organisers are possible sources of vacancies.

Graduates can also find work in events management companies and charities, which organise large scale fundraising events.

Eligibility Criteria: