In order to manage the growing sports culture in the country, there is a large demand for highly
trained and educated sports professionals who can meet the fast changing needs of the sport
The sporting business which was considered as a leisure or recreational activity has now become
a multi-billion-dollar industry.
Many sports event management companies, sports clubs and organizations need highly
competent sports administrators, supervisors, managers and other support staff to manage
their day to day business.
In this career, you can continue to live out your passion for sport, for just as long as you want.
Instead of a boring 9 to 5 desk job, you would be a part of one of the most vibrant and fun-filled
industries in the world.
A Sports Management degree takes the student from being just a fan, or a player, and teaches them the
Business of Sports!
About the Course
The two semester course (given below) is designed to give students a professional exposure to the structure, economic impact, organization, marketing, funding of the sports Industry as well as laws and regulations that all leisure and recreational organizations have to follow.
Through this program student will learn the tools and techniques of sports administration including those of event management as well as acquaint them with contemporary trends and issues in sport.
The candidates would also acquire business skills relating to public relations, marketing and entrepreneurship, which would assist them in the administration of institutions engaged in various sporting activities.
Sports law is growing to be an important aspect of the sports industry. The knowledge of the legal aspects of sports business is a tool which each manager must acquire. The course has a subject dedicated to the legal aspects of sport.
The course is planned and co- ordinated, by the highly regarded Centre of Sports and Management Studies Trust, henceforth called CS& MS, co- owned by the former Indian Tennis Player and Davis Cup and Fed Cup coach,Mr EnricoPiperno. He is supported in this venture in an honorary capacity, by fellow Trustee, Wing CommanderArijit Ghosh(Retd), a formerRanji Trophy Player, Level B coach from the BCCI National Cricket Academy and Match Referee for domestic matches, and former Secretary of the Indian Air Force Sports Board.
Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Management
01 Years full time
Graduate or equivalent in any stream from a recognized University
Fee Structure per annum
Admission Fee: Rs 5000/-
Tuition Fee: Rs 1,50,000/-
Examination Fee: Rs 5000/-
Venue Visit:Rs 10,000/-
Development Fee:Rs 10,000/-
Security Deposit:Rs 7000/- for hostellers and Rs 2000/- for day scholars
Hostel Charges: As per rules and regulations
Computing and graphics (2 Credits)
Business Communication and Public Relations (2 Credits)
Management Principles (3 Credits)
Organizational Behaviour and Sports Psychology (3 Credits) / An introduction to
Sports Journalism including TV and Radio coverage
Sports Marketing & Merchandising(3 Credits)
Sports Finance (3 Credits) / The Business of Sport including Sports Funding and
Global Sports Tourism.
Sports laws & regulation and Ethics (3 Credits) / An introduction to laws governing
sport and arbitration.
Sports Facilities Planning & Management(3 Credits)
Sports Analytics Management (2 Credits)
Spectator management (2 Credits) / Organization and Administration of Sports In
India : Role of the Govt and Various National Sports Federations and Bodies
Administration of Specific Games (2 Credits) / Management of professional Sports
Leagues and Teams In India (Specialization in Football, Cricket, Tennis)
Event Management and Sponsorship (3 Credits)
Research Methodology (3 Credits) / Sports Brand Management
Management of Facilities and Development of Sporting Talent (3 Credits) /
Management of Grassroots and Long Term Athlete Development Programmes
Entrepreneurship and Project Work
Organization and Management in Sports
Managing and Promoting Sports Events
Ethics in Sports
Leadership Principal in Sports
Sports training and Conditioning
Advertising, Public Relation and Sponarship in Sports