Summer Training is an essential component of PIMG curriculum which provides practical orientation to the students. During summer training the students have to undergo rigorous training for gaining in depth knowledge and skills to understand the problems underlying the work situations and learn to workout their solutions. Every students is required to undergo generalized training in which he has to look into all the aspects regarding the functioning and running of an organization and also study and analyze the practical problems of the stream in which they are specializing. Summer training is arranged for the students of MBA II semester and BBA IV Semester students. Faculty guides help students during their summer training along with their industry guides.
Another vital ingredient of PIMG&##39;s philosophy of excellence in studies is industrial visits. Industrial visits provide an interface between educational and organizational environment and help the students in understanding the practical aspects of what they study in class rooms. The students of MBA and MCA programs visit industrial units to understand how Management concepts and IT skills are applied in real settings. This helps them acquire application oriented learning. Industrial visits are also organized for the under graduate programs.
The Institute has been sponsoring its students to participate in Students Management Games (SMG) organized by Prestige Institute of Management and Research (PIMR), Indore in collaboration with All India Management Association (AIMS) every year since 1998. Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior&##39;s team won the Western Zone SMG Contest 2006 held at PIMR Indore during September 2006. In all 24 teams from various B-Schools participated in the contest.
MBA students carryout Major Research Projects under the guidance of experienced faculty in their respective specialization areas. MCA students join major IT organizations for a period 6 months in their final semester to go through rigorous training and exposure to live projects and prepare software project reports. Specially assigned faculty guides help students along with their industry guides in preparing these report