ITM-PGDM: Admission to Financial Markets 2009 - 2011

Institute for Technology and Management,Admission to PGDM: Financial Markets 2009 - 2011

Institute for Technology and Management 25 & 26, Institutional Area, Sec. 4, Kharghar(E), Navi Mumbai - 410 210

PGDM: Financial Markets 2009 - 2011 (AICTE APPROVED) 2 year full-time program

The PGDM: Financial Markets program was launched to fulfill the demand within the Financial Markets for individuals having superior knowledge about Financial Markets than those coming out of regular Business Schools. Utiliang ITM's Business Simulation Lab and extensive research & reference libraries, the program provides participants with globally relevant, up-to-date training.

Eligibility

Graduate in any discipline from a recognized university with atleast 50% marks & having test scores (CAT, GMAT, XAT, MAT, CET etc.) Students may also write the iTM entrance test.

How to apply

Contact us, as below, to receive an application kit by email OR download from www.itni.acin/iftTi Completed applications must be sent to the institute along with a cheque / DD of Rs. 1,000/- as application fee.

Program Objectives

To develop a new stream of Financial Markets professionals having sound blending of concepts with applications. To enable participants to develop a framework for fundamental & technical analysis, to evaluate alternative investment avenues & maximize returns with minimum risks. To give extensive exposure to emerging areas like Equity & Debt, Research, Scientific Asset Allocation Process, Portfolio Hedging & ForexTrading.

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