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.
In addition, the program trains students to clear global certification programs the NCFM capital Market Module, International Investment Management and Derivative Module from CISI UK, the FPSB CFP program and the APRM certification from PRMIA.
Under the iConnect Core, Financial Markets program students will undergo an extended industry immersion with leading BFSI sector companies, developing deep insights into the working of financial markets and the economics behind them.
The curriculum at ITM-IFM offers both – a working understanding of the financial decision-making process in an organization as well as insight into how financial markets function. It also includes personal growth lab, a course on lifestyle management and personality development programs. A Financial Inclusion project was conducted at the institute level to educate artisans and small enterprises on financing.
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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Purchase a hard copy of the form for Rs 200/- available at all our ITM Campuses, Student Counseling Centre and also with the leading CAT coaching centers of the country.
Short-listed candidates will be called to attend the Interview Process through the course of several selection rounds, commencing in Jan 2017. Call-letters for the Interview Process are sent through courier, post and e-mail. In considering a candidate for admission, ITM look at his/her complete profile, including:
ITM does not consider the Management Entrance Test score as the most important determinant for admission to ITM programs.
Notes: Please quote your name, date of birth and form serial number in all your communications with ITM. Keep a photocopy of the completed application form, which is required at the time of Interview.
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