ITM Institute of Financial Markets

PGDM iConnect Financial Markets

Campus Offered – Navi Mumbai

The Financial Markets program was launched in 2004 to fulfill the demand within the financial Markets for individuals having superior knowledge of financial instruments, their valuation and trade including Equity and Debt, Research, Scientific Asset Allocation Process, Portfolio Hedging & Foreign Currencies. The program enables students to develop a framework for Fundamental & Technical Analysis to evaluate alternative investment avenues and maximize returns with minimum risks.


ITM PGDM iConnect Financial Markets is proud to be recognized and ranked among one of the respected business schools in India.


All-India by Silicon India 2014

Admission Process


Minimum eligibility for application to the ITM PGDM programs is a Bachelors Degree from any AIU recognized University with minimum 50% marks aggregate.

Final year students may also apply. In addition, candidates must have appeared for one of the following MBA Entrance Tests: CAT, XAT, MAT, CMAT, ATMA, GMAT & State CET tests where applicable, and as per AICTE guidelines.

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ITM-Group of Institutions truly believes that a diverse participants profile ensured by our admission process provides a wealthy talent-pool for companies to recruit from. The number of PPOs (Pre Placement Offers) and quality of various projects that our students take up with industry is a benchmark for others to follow. ITM strongly believes in inclusive economic growth of the country and the driver of that growth is entrepreneurship, hence we have established incubators for start-ups at Campus level and provide them all support required to make their dream come true. Final Placement is the one event that every PGDM student looks forward to. With hundreds of India’s best companies coming on campus with a variety of job profiles, the placement process at ITM gives students a world of opportunities to make their career in the widest range of industries.

Top 5 Recruiter

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Placements 2015

Specialisation Highest Salary Average Salary
IFM 11L 4.9L

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Another enlightening session in the series of "Corporate World: A Curtain Raiser -2" organized by HR Department on July 9, 2016 at ITM Business School, Kharghar Campus. Speaker: Mr. Siddharth Tiwari, Chief People Officer Organization: Mahindra Business Solutions Topic: Attitudes that Help You Succeed on Your Job

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The Department of International Business organized its first session of "wisdom talk series" for 2016-17 on 15th July,2016. Dr. Srikant Parikh, Founder CEO and Director of A3 RMT was the key speaker for the session. The extracts of his wisdom talk series were- 1.One should do research on various companies and select the ideal company and also to give one's heart and soul to transform to the profile that the dream company demands. 2. One should choose a company that promotes learning,motivates employees to pursue value enhancing projects and not just repetitive jobs. 3. For an overall development ,one must focus on learning for the first few years because that's what is required in the long run. 4. One should always have ethics in life because it adds value and credibility to a person's name.

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As a continuum to the Talk Series "Corporate World: A Curtain Raiser” the HR Department invited Mr. Harjeet Khanduja, Vice President- HR, Reliance Jio Infocomm to share insights with our students on the theme “Managing Your First Boss”. The session was held on July 16, 2016 at ITM Business School, Kharghar Campus. Mr. Khanduja is a HR leader, writer, speaker and a poet. He is an alumnus of IIT Roorkee and INSEAD. He is awarded for his “Outstanding contribution to Global Learning” by World HRD Congress and received HR Leadership Award by Asia HRD Congress. During his interface with the students Mr. Khanduja concentrated on the importance of managing with the very first boss. He emphasized that it is vital to work on the pluses such as rapport building, understanding of self & others, monitoring and keeping track of time of day and mood of the boss, being cognizant of cues from body language, flexing own communication style to manage boss and becoming a confidant of one’s boss etc. These aspects if understood and handled delicately could corroborate to be the key to success and growth in corporate life.

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