Totality of Project Management (TPM) body of knowledge is the only curriculum worldwide that is aligned to NITI Aayog’s recommendation that the project management curriculum should be across 8 Project Life Cycle phases. It is most contemporary project management curriculum that is across 8 project life cycle phases from concept to commissioning in alignment with NITI Aayog’s Task Force Report on Project and Program Management. TPM covers cutting edge Tools and Techniques used globally plus Soft skills that are essential for effective project delivery as well as topics such as Health, Safety and Environment and CSR with focus on the Indian work environment.
Over 17,000 professionals from 550+ leading companies from public sector, private sector, central government and state government organisations have undergone the Totality in Project Management programme. Persons from 23+ countries have opted for this TPM course.
Excerpts from India’s Think Tank, NITI Aayog’s Task Force Report on Project and Program Management released in June 2019 is given below:
|“The curriculum to address following knowledge areas for project management and should consider the project from concept to commissioning encompassing all life cycle phases i.e. Conceptualize, Plan, Organize, Implement, Control, Integrate, Deliver/closeout and Knowledge Leverage”|
The Totality of Project Management curriculum is in alignment with the above and is the only project management curriculum worldwide that is across these 8 project life cycle phases.
The ISO 17024:2012 accredited Certificate In Project Management (CIPM) credential administered by the non-profit International Institute of Projects and Program Management (i2P2M) is aligned to the Totality of Project Management curriculum.
TPM fully covers all global best practices. In addition it is unique as it also covers India specific issues such as Health, Safety, Environment, CSR , Contracts etc.
Some of the 550+ organizations that have taken TPM course for their persons are:
NTPC (2680+); ONGC (1000+); Genpact (680+); SAIL (450+); Indian Oil (400+); Jindal Steel & Power (300+); Bharat Petroleum (250+); NHPC (260+); Coal India (225+); Hindustan Petroleum (200+); Punj Lloyd (200+); National Payments Corporation of India (180+); Adani Group (100+); GAIL 150+); Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) (150+) AFCONS, Ashok Leyland, AREVA, Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd; BEML; BrahMos Aerospace; Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC); EdCil; Engineering Projects (India) Ltd.; Fortis Healthcare; Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation Limited (GETCO); HPCL-Mittal Energy Limited (HMEL); Indian Railways Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (IRMEE), Idea Cellular; Indian Aviation Academy; Indian Port Trust; Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), JCB; Jubilant Group; Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. (MSIL); Mazagon Dock; Mahindra; Max Healthcare; MECON; NHPC; North Delhi Power Ltd; Numaligarh Refinery; Navitasys Power; Neyveli Lignite; Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited ; Power Grid; Punj Lloyd; Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd; RITES Ltd.; Ramky Infrastructures, Reliance Industries; Reliance Infrastructure; Reliance Energy; SJVNL; Shapoorji Pallonji; Tehri Hydro Dev. Corp. UNDP, etc. etc.