ESCI School of Post Graduate Studies (ESCI-SPGS) is a part of Engineering Staff College of India (ESCI), was established in 2008. ESCI-SPGS initially launched a two-year full time AICTE approved PGDM-IM and PGDM programs for graduates with various specializations such as, Finance, Human Resource, Marketing, Operations and Telecom & Information Technology.  

The main aim of ESCI’s is to provide qualitative education, training and applied research in the fields of technology and management and to assist the engineering fraternity to be innovative and advanced to meet the challenges in the unbounded world of tomorrow and to be the front line interface between academia, research, industry and other sectors in advanced Engineering/Technological applications.. ESCI received affiliations from various skill development councils of NSDC.

Facts and Figures of ESCI School of Post Graduate Studies -

Year of Establishment

2008

Courses Offered

  • PGDM-General
  • PGDM-Infrastructure Management

Approved By

All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) Ministry of HRD, Govt of India

Institute Type 

Unaided - Private

Accommodation Facility

Yes

Total Faculty

24

Institutes Under

Engineering Staff College of India - ESCI (Autonomous Organ of The Institution of Engineers (India))

Distance from Transport

  • Jubilee Bus Station: 19Km
  • Secunderabad Railway Station: 18Km
  • Nampally Railway Station: 15Km
  • Rajiv Gandhi International Airport: 33Km
  • Mahathma Gandhi Bus Station: 18Km

Why to Join ESCI School of Post Graduate Studies?

Highly skilled Faculty- ESCI-SPGC has experienced faculty members who have rich experience in the respective fields. Faculties are also drawn from Consulting Firms, Industry, Government Organizations, Academic and Research Institutions.

ESCI National and International Collaborations- ESCI has collaborated with various National and International institutes from across the world with various universities and companies such as Massachusetts Institute of technology (MIT) USA, University of Illinois at Chicago (USA), Kansas state University (USA), British Council, Nigel Bauer & Associates, Marsden International, Govt. of UK, U.K DFID ,GTZ (Germany), CPRI,JNTU, CUMSys (New Zealand), CBIP, CMC, C-DAC, FICCI Quality Forum, BHEL, NTPC, NHPC DRDO, NFC, CIRE, NPC, ONGC, NMDC, UTL, all SEBs, and State Govt. Depts., Solar Society of India.