Post Graduate Diploma/Executive Diploma in Environmental Social & Governance (ESG)


The target of the Ecological Social and Administration program by IGMPI is to bestow preparing for experts that yield priceless experiences in regards to ranges of abilities, information bases, and how an ESG capability can help your expert advancement to improve your profession. As additional individuals become aware of the impacts that corporate way of behaving can have on our current circumstance, networks, and society all in all, ESG (ecological, social and administration) has turned into a fundamental point of convergence for organizations and people. The necessity for ESG preparing and manageability accreditation is consequently developing at an unmatched rate

In the event that you're a venture proficient, resource director or examiner hoping to extend your insight on ESG subjects, for example, supportability detailing, ESG examination, and dependable financial planning, then, at that point, this affirmation is for you. It offers a careful outline of the dangers and valuable open doors that accompany ESG contemplations - priceless data for anybody who needs to remain ahead in the present cutthroat market.

For sure, ESG has suggestions for financial backers and rating organizations, as well as clients and representatives, and has arisen as a significant issue of discussion at the Board level. This course gives an outline of an ESG system and how it helps an organization's general gamble the executives towards climate maintainability. It investigates every part top to bottom and gives understanding into what they collaborate to mean for a firm and its partners. The course likewise takes a gander at corporate tensions and partner assumptions and their effect on risk distinguishing proof and company execution towards environment balance. At last, we look at basic variables from different partner perspectives and how the organization can begin/upgrade its ESG venture.

Programme Structure

Module 1: Objectives and Importance of Environmental, socioeconomic, and Governance

  • The Global Value Chain
  • Cost Benefit Analysis of ESG
  • Reporting Frameworks under ESG
  • UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • Rules for data driven Report Writing
  • Stakeholders and Shareholders
  • Module 2: Areas Covered under Environmental, Social and Governance Principles

  • Science Based Net Zero Targets (SBTi)
  • Interim Targets and Transition Plans
  • High Priority Issues and Impact Areas
  • Module 3: Stakeholders Significance of Influencing Organizational ESG Performance

  • ESG Design, Environment and Corporate Governance
  • Hypothesis Building, Research Design and Comparative Analysis
  • Peer Review, Gap Analysis and ESG Strategy Case Study
  • Value Creation, Strategy Building and Supply Chain
  • Module 4: ESG Risks and Potential Opportunities

  • Empirical Results – Explained Explanatory and Mediating Variables
  • Risk Analysis : Effect of the Pandemic
  • Global Risks – Implication for ESG
  • White Paper Analysis of Global Risks
  • Module 5: Integrating Organizational Policy and Processes with ESG

  • Integration Framework, Investment Thesis and Inequality
  • Perspectives on ESG Investing, Comparing China and India
  • Critique and Empirical Assessment and Methodologies
  • ESG Processes and Practices, Fixed Income Analysis and ESG Issues
  • Module 6: ESG Implicate and it’s Significance

  • Resource Wars
  • Geo-economic warfare, Interstate Confrontation and Societal Polarization
  • Social License, Objectives and ESG Investing
  • ESG Financial Ecosystem, Funding and Investment Strategies
  • Module 7: Life Cycle Analysis

  • Environmental Impact Assessment during sourcing, extraction, manufacture, distribution and end of life
  • 7 LCA Impact Categories – climate change, ozone depletion, eutrophication, acidification, human toxicity, respiratory inorganics, ionizing radiation, photochemical ozone formation, land use and resource management
  • Impact of reductionism in cradle to grave and cradle to cradle assessment
  • Module 8: GRI’s framework for sustainability in ESG and SASB role in ESG

  • The GRI Report Writing – Guidelines for the Mining and Oil and Gas Sector
  • The BRSR Report – Hands-On Training for the Food Sector reporting
  • The SASB Guideline and Workshop ( Hotel Industry)
  • Sustainable AI
  • Module 9: Need for ESG Reporting from various stakeholders’ perspective

  • Stakeholder Theory and Applications – Part I
  • Stakeholder Theory and Applications – Part II
  • Financial Management
  • Module 10: Personal and Social Development in the World of Sustainability

  • Politics and Sustainable Development in the Asia Pacific : role of ADB
  • Sustainability – Decolonizing Development
  • Climate Change and Energy Policy
  • Perspectives on Science, Technology and Innovation
  • Module 11: Green Transitions

  • Carbon Management – I
  • Carbon Management – II
  • India’s Smart City Project : Importance of LEED certification
  • LEED and WELL Guidelines
  • Module 12: Materiality and GHG Accounting: International Perspectives

  • What is Materiality?
  • Material Factors Assessment
  • Double Materiality CSRD
  • Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions
  • GHG Accounting
  • Module 13: Industry Based Case Studies


    Any graduation/ B.Sc. in Microbiology/ Life Sciences/ Botany/ Zoology/ Food Science/ Food Technology/ BE/ B.Pharma/ MBBS/ BDS/ BHMS/ BUMS/ BAMS or any other discipline. Diploma holders are eligible for our Executive Diploma, Industry Certificate, and Certificate Programmes.

    Programme Duration

    The duration to complete this programme is 1 year (Post Graduate Diploma), 6 months (Executive Diploma).


    The registration dates for this programme run by the Institute are updated timely on the webpage. Effective Online learning tools incorporated into the design of the webpage make the programme lectures, online live classes and study material easily accessible. This gives a huge window of self-regulated and self-paced performance to the participants.

    Programme Deliverables

    A comprehensive study material for all the modules in hard copies ensuring the needs of the audience. The accompanying training material is appropriately aligned with the current Industry’s expectations.

    • – Interactive or online live sessions on all key areas of the programme giving all flexibility to the participants.
    • – Online classes for all the modules will be conducted on the weekends. Moreover, a doubt clearing session will also be scheduled before the examination.
    • – All the efforts are made by IGMPI faculty members to make the entire programme modules easily understandable.
    • – Assessment and evaluation for all the programme modules in order to enhance the levels of competencies and skills of the participants leading towards the objective of application in the job.
    • – At the end of each programme modules, the trainers shall obtain feedback from the participants using specially designed questionnaires.
    • – All learning and training delivery initiatives shall be conducted in English.

    Examination & Certification

    IGMPI follows a credit system based on all learning activities involved in studying for Certificate Programmes. Each of your modules is equal to 4 credits. To successfully complete the programme, you will have to earn all the credits assigned to your programme.

    All the participants are obliged to timely submit completed assessment assignments (during the programme, usually after every module) and appear for an online proctored exam at the end of the programme. After successful completion, the participants will be awarded Post Graduate Diploma/Executive Diploma in Environmental Social & Governance by IGMPI. For all the above-mentioned modules elaborate programme material, self-assessment assignments and project work details would be provided by the Institute from time to time. Details get updated on the web page as well.

    Placement Assistance & Corporate Relations

    The Institute has partnered with many organizations for providing with placement assistance to in the participants of Post Graduate Diploma Programmes. Besides, it has a robust placement cell comprised of senior level Human Resources professionals and Talent Acquisition experts which maintains close links with business and industry. This cell is continuously engaged in promoting the employability of our participants and encouraging the concerned Human Resources department and Hiring Managers to recruit/hire our participants for their vacant positions. The efforts of our placement cell also include helping with professional resume writing & interview skills.

    In recent months the Institute has witnessed more and more participation from professionals working with global pharmaceutical, healthcare like Big 4, Accenture, SGS, Fortune 100, Uniqus Consultech Ltd., ESG Book, Vision 360, TCS, Ckinetics, CSE(Centre for Science and Environment, TERI (The Energy and Research Institute), Iforest, CEEW (Council on Energy, Environment and Water ), CPR (Centre for Policy and Research ), Centre for Energy and Environment Sustainability, WWF (Worl wildlife Fund ), IWMI (International Water Management Institute ), Greenpeace,, ATREE, Chintan Environmental Research and Action Group, Sankalp Taru Foundation, TBS, Tarun Bharat Sangh, Mukti, Mahindra, Maruti Suzuki, Kraft, Heinz , Barclays, Unilever, Tata Chemicals, Sodexo, Pepsico, NTPC ltd, Reliance group, KPMG, Heinaken, PWC, United Nation Escap, Councell of Energy Environment and Water, Deligent Corporation, WRI India, Benchmark Digital Partners, EY, Center for Policy Research, Bacardi, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Aurobindo Pharma, Glenmark Generics, Cipla, Wockhardt, Pfizer, Abbott, Medtronic, Foster Corporation, IPCA Laboratories, Calyx, Bliss GVS Pharma, SeQuent, Mankind, Beryl Drugs, Allergy Therapeutics, Ciron, Sun Pharmaceutical, Novartis, GlaxoSmithKline, Ranbaxy, Biocon etc. The IGMPI's Corporate Resource Division actively recommends our students and training participants for various job requirements and specialized roles to Human Resource, Talent Acquisition as well as the heads of various departments in Pharmaceutical, Healthcare industries on regular basis.

    Future career prospects

    In this course, participants will be able to learn and understand and evaluate essential ESG concepts and the implications for businesses and major stakeholders, understanding materiality issues across organizations and sectors, determining internal and external stakeholders' risks and opportunities, examining need for ESG reporting, assessing disclosure quality, and actual ESG performance.

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