Interactive Live Classes
1 on 1
Dedicated Mentorship & Mock Interviews
Industry Case Studies & Video content
Know about APIs vs Webhooks, Native and Hybrid apps. Get a primer on Databases, Front-end, Back-end frameworks
Getting to the core of a user’s problem. Sizing up the opportunity. Building for success
Define success metrics and interpret user behavior, learn how to conduct experiments
Study user personas and prototyping. Learn to conduct user interviews, plan design sprints, define user journeys, and about a PM’s relationship with UX/UI teams
Figure how to measure cohorts, LTV and slice user groups to define behaviour for possible opportunities towards product growth levers
Learn Roadmap prioritisation, setting up OKRs, conducting engineering ceremonies such as daily scrums, sprint planning, backlog grooming, etc.
Introduction to PM role
- Who is a Product Manager - Role, skill sets
- Where does a PM fit?
- Technology Products
- Different Types of PM
- Product Lifecycle
- Research analysis
- Basics of what is to come ahead in the course
I had been trying to get into a PM role for a while but with PM being the latest market craze, there were a tonne of resources out there that made the choice to select one difficult. Fortunately ended up choosing PM School and it had been an amazing experience for me, right from the course learnings, to the referrals that I got via them
- Problem Definition
- Killer Product Ideas
- Market and Opportunity Sizing
- Crystallizing Business Needs
- SWOT Analysis
- Doing the right research
- Getting the Assumptions right
Getting to be part of the first cohort of PM school really helped me. In the two month cohort, I learned about various aspects of Product Management such as acquisition, retention, UX, roadmap, development, different Technologies & product analytics. I got to know more about real-world product management instead of bookish knowledge.
- Customer Research
- Good vs Great Design principles
- User Personas
- Design Thinking
- Design Tools
- Functional mapping
- Prototyping basics
The coursework is pretty hands - on with active discussions, really cool mentors and some really interesting projects. A special shoutout to the mentors Nikunj Sharma, Ankit Bareja and Kushaal Devanahalli - amazing people, always willing to lend an ear and motivate you.
Analytics + Experimentation
- Analytics to quantify new feature impact
- Validating product ideas
- Building the right product
- A/B Testing
- Defining MVP and Success Metrics
- Event design
The mock interview session has helped me immensely in improving my interview preparation and as such I was able to crack the interview process.
Roadmap Setup + Team Management
- Roadmaps and Backlogs
- How to write consumable PRDs, User Stories
- Product Development Work with devs, designers and other stakeholders
- Agile Processes
- Release Management
I did a course with them on Product Management, which covered the various aspects of PM such as acquisition, retention, UX, execution, analytics etc. and helped with interview preparation conducting assignments ,mock interviews and giving solid feedback.
Technology for PMs
- How applications are built?
- System architecture
- APIs and Webhooks
- Structured vs No-SQL Databases
- Minimum viable product approach
- Hybrid vs. Native vs. PWA apps
Best was sessions by Guest PM experts in their fields. Nikunj, Ankit helped elucidate the concepts, real product experiences with an insightful process.
Acquisition + Retention
- Launching a Product
- Channel optimisation (ITL vs LTP funnels)
- User acquisition
- Retention Metrics
- Working backwards from product, business goals
- Measuring how your product is doing (Product Health)
- Continuous Discovery, Iterations
I have learnt so much within a short span of time and am only getting started. If you are an aspiring PM, do consider PM School’s program to build your foundations.
Approaching Interviews and solving case studies
- Solving an Interview assignment
- Product Metrics, Design and Behavioural questions
- Signaling PM cues in a Resume
- How to prepare for Interviews - approaching different type of product questions
Thank you PM School for helping me understand advanced Product concepts. Nikunj sir helped me with the product strategy dilemmas and practice scenarios before interviews.
Senior PM at Fave (Kuala Lumpur)
Senior PM at GetMyParking (Berlin)
Product Manager at Google
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Product Manager 3 at Myntra
Senior Product manager at Dream11
Director of PM at Shop101
Product manager at Razorpay
Working professionals and students in the final year of their degree programs interested in PM roles are ideal for this program. You need not have prior product experience. The application questions act as a shortlisting criteria. Please carefully answer the questions in the application link above.
Yes, the Live Program is paid. If you're accepted into the Program and decide to go ahead, there is an upfront fee of Rs. 65,000. Your seat is reserved after you've completed the payment. Please note that we do not have any scholarships or discounts at the moment.
We do everything we possibly can to connect you to the companies in our network. We are dedicated to kickstart your PM career. We help you prepare a resume, practice interviews and even help you in salary negotiation. Please note that job placements are not guaranteed.
Yes, we conduct all the sessions on Zoom. Our Live classes are scheduled on Saturdays, followed by case-study discussions every Tuesdays. Mentor sessions are conducted as per the time mutually agreeable between you and your Mentor
You get a certificate of completion from PM School, a strong network of Product folks, alumni status and a lifetime access to the PM School community.
In an effort to ensure quality and a terrific experience for our participants, we cap the number of participants for our Program to a limited number of participants. If we are oversubscribed for a specific Program, we request waitlisted folks to join the next cohort.
Our cohort-based Program is challenging. You get out what you put in. We compressed decades of professional experience into 8 week modules. To get the most out of the program, you should expect to spend a minimum of 5 hours per week on assignments and quizzes. Our most successful participants spend 8-10 hours per week.
Do not worry, we record all our sessions and each session recording will be available on our learning management system (LMS).
We cover all the relevant tools (Figma, Google Analytics, Mixpanel, etc.) required to succeed as a PM. Our approach is to focus on the concepts and use tools as a strong means to an end.