Virtual classroom

Delivery format

3 months

Course duration 

60+ hours

Learning Hours

15 March 2024

Upcoming batch start date

For more details

For more details on the programme, reach out Faisal Mohd

Faisal Mohd
+91 9971711212


The programme aims to equip professionals and project managers with financial acumen relevant to management of financial aspects of their projects.

Programme highlights

  • 100% live virtual classes
  • KPMG in India practitioners as faculty
  • 30+ hours of live sessions
  • 20+ hours of hands-on real-life industry projects
  • 10+ hours of capstone project
  • Completion certificate from KPMG in India

What’s in it for you?

  • Implement sound project management techniques to improve overall project viability
  • Understand and analyse financial aspects of projects
  • Assess impact of project based financial decisions
  • Manage project financial risks
  • Identify and prioritise high ROI projects
  • Lead your team to optimise project financials and gain a competitive advantage

Hear from our past particpants!

  • The programme journey has been very enriching. The study materials were very carefully prepared, and all trainers were very knowledgeable and approachable. All queries were resolved immediately and helped me upskill in my core domain.

    - Assistant manager, Accounts, Leading FMCG company

  • Thank you for conducting extremely productive learning sessions. All topics were thoughtfully crafted, considering the need for a project manager. I learned a lot from topics like financial dashboards, risk management, and financial analysis. I am sure it would be a big help to leverage those concepts while executing on-the-job projects.

    - Operations manager, Leading renewable energy company

  • My programme experience was truly enriching. The course was meticulously structured, and the content was delivered in a manner that was both engaging and informative. The instructors were highly knowledgeable and approachable, which made the learning process enjoyable. Several aspects of the program stood out and contributed to its overall effectiveness. The real-world case studies and practical exercises allowed us to apply theoretical concepts in a hands-on manner, which made the learning experience more meaningful. Additionally, the course materials and resources were comprehensive and up-to-date, ensuring that we were well-informed about the latest industry trends and best practices. The opportunity to network with fellow professionals and share experiences was invaluable, providing a broader perspective on project financial management.

    - Partner, Global consulting firm

Course outline


  • Module 1 | Financial concepts for project management
  • Module 2 | Financial dashboards and templates
  • Module 3 | Project cost behavior analysis
  • Module 4 | Project budgeting and forecasting techniques
  • Module 5 | Project risk management
  • Module 6 | Pricing models and revenue management


  • Module 1 | Project communications
  • Module 2 | Project financial KPIs
  • Module 3 | Storytelling with data
  • Module 4 | Financial analysis using ratios
  • Module 5 | Stakeholder management

Capstone project

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To register

Reach out to Faisal Mohd at or call at +91 9971711212 for more details or to know about the enrollment process.


Programme fee

Batches will start from 15 March 2024

Programme fees: INR 60,000 plus taxes

*EMI options available


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What is financial management of projects?

Financial management of projects is managing and tracking a project’s financial status to make informed decisions regarding a project’s budget, cost overruns, delays, risk estimation etc.

Need for financial management of projects management

Project management goes hand-in-hand with financial management and managers must simultaneously be able to address the common financial concerns for a project like:

  • Unclear financial goals and KPIs
  • Inefficient cash flow tracking mechanism
  • Incorrect budgeting and forecasting
  • Lack of visibility in resource utilization and optimization
  • Untimely monitoring of project performance

Meet the faculty

Subhro Bhattacharya

Associate Partner,
Learning Services
KPMG in India

Subhro is Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA), Australia. A seasoned finance leader with over 16 years of experience across international public accounting, compliance, audit, deals, learning solutions, financial reporting/process advisory and technical accounting advisory.

He would be teaching you ‘Pricing Models and Revenue recognition’ ‘Project Economics’

Jagpreet Brar

Learning Services
KPMG in India

Jagpreet comes with more than two decades of multi-industry experience across Business Development, Team Management, Content Creation , Managing Learning Outsourcing, HR Process Automation , HR Business Partner , Sales Training ,Contact Centre Operations, and Retail Sales.

He would be teaching you ‘Stakeholder management and relationship building’ and ‘Story telling with data’

Divya Chawla

Learning Services
KPMG in India

Divya comes with 6 plus years of dual expertise in Finance and Learning & Development. Her experience areas in finance ranges from financial planning and analysis, IFRS/ Ind AS convergence, preparation of financial statements and reporting. As an L&D expert, Divya has led learning needs analysis (LNA) initiatives, designed several training journeys and imparted trainings on subjects of finance such as Ind AS, IFRS, financial modelling and more. Divya also comes with experience of technical accounting advisory in relation to leases, revenue recognition etc.

She would be teaching ‘Project risk management’ and ‘Ratio and measures for profitability analysis’

Lalit Kumar

Assistant Manager,
Learning Services
KPMG in India

Lalit comes with multi-industry experience across Finance and Accounting roles spanning Controllership, Accounting, Team Management, Finance Business Planning and Analysis.He has experience in areas ranging from US GAAP, IFRS and accounting and regulatory aspects.

He would be teaching ‘Project budgeting and forecasting techniques’ and ‘Project cost behavior analysis’