Project Management

Project Management


PRINCE2® provides guidance that gives individuals and organizations the essentials of running a project. PRINCE2® is easy to learn and a flexible method that can adapt to all types of project.

The PRINCE2 methodology is a generic project management framework, based on proven principles that are designed to help deliver projects successfully. The PRINCE2 qualification is also globally recognised, endorsed by the UK government and now used increasingly around the globe as a best practice framework for project management.

course is to provide detailed insight into PRINCE2®  methodology. The first 4 days cover what, how and why’s of PRINCE2® . The last 4 days are about understanding the management product in details and the application of PRINCE2® through case studies.

PRINCE2® Certification Program will enable you to learn how to: 

1. Manage projects or work in a project environment using the most globally recognized project management method. 

2. Deliver to budget, quality and time, while mitigating risks, managing inter-dependencies and identifying opportunities. 

3. Use a Structured approach with controls to provide a delivery methodology that works repeatedly and will enable you to successfully deliver projects. 

4. Design plans and reports to meet the needs of each level in the project team and Project Board, therefore, improving communication and control.


Agile Certified Practitioner course is certified by Project Management Institute (PMI) and designed to give you in-depth knowledge and understanding in various Agile Tool & Techniques.

Organizations that are highly agile, complete more of their projects successfully than their slower-moving counterparts – PMI

63% of hiring managers would encourage their project managers to pursue an agile certification – PMI

Average salary of Agile Certified Practitioner is $101k –


PMP® Exam Preparation Training is designed to help you clear PMP Exam in 1st attempt with 5 mock tests (more than 1000 PMP Mock Questions) and in-depth overview of PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition. 

1 .Project Management Professional is rated as the most valued Certification – Global Knowledge Study

2 .There are more than 685,000 Project Management Professionals (PMP’s) worlwide – PMI

3 .Average salary of Project Management professional is $116k –

PMP certification exam training course objectives are: 

  • Gain knowledge about Project Management Institute, Inc. (PMI)® best practices and standards of Project Management
  • Obtain 35 contact hours upon completion of this course, which is required to take the exam
  • Prepare further to succeed in the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam
  • Understand where projects fit within an Organization and its strategy
  • Recognize and recall formal Project Management terms and practices used in the Industry globally
  • Apply formal tools and techniques to initiate, plan, execute, monitor, control, & close a project
  • Tailor Project Management processes depending on project characteristics, internal and external influences, and varying situations
  • Learn and utilize key artefacts required to implement all Project Management processes
  • Analyse and integrate various areas of Project Management like scope, schedule, cost, quality, human resources, communications, risk, procurement & stakeholders
  • Understand and apply the required rigor for handling changes during a project

PMI & PMP are registered marks of Project Management Institute, Inc.

Project and Infrastructure Financing

Learning Objectives – This module provides an instruction to the world of project financing. A typical project comprises of a network of contracts which cover execution in each phase of the project. The contracts are explained along with the key driver such that as an advisor one is aware of who does what and when?

Topics – The Contractual Network, Project Finance vs. Corporate Finance, Financial Contracts (Equity contribution agreement), Financial Contracts (Loan / Bond covenants), Industrial Contracts

Project 2013

Learning Objectives – Familiarize with MS project tool and the initial settings. 

Topics – The Interface, Tabs (Task, Resource, Report, Project, View, Format), Backstage view, Project Information, Setup a new project, Setup Project Calendar, Setup non working days, Enter basic project information.

  • Creating Task and Task Management
  • Listing and Assigning Resourses
  • Project Costs
  • Project Plan Formatting
  • Project Tracking and EVMS
  • Project Views and Reports
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