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Sunday, February 20, 2011

ITM Institute Navi Mumbai PGDM Admission 2011

Institute for Technology and Management Navi Mumbai

PGDM Financial Markets 2011-13 (AICTE approved, 2 year full time program)
Are you considering a career in financial markets: Whether it is in trading stocks, forex, derivatives and commodities, equity analysis or portfolio management, these rewarding and lucrative careers require advanced knowledge and robust analytical skills
Today’s financial markets are highly complex, and require finance professionals with the specialized training that only the ITM PGDM Financial Markets program can provide
Featuring our one-of-a-kind Business Simulation Lab and extensive research and reference libraries, the program delivers advanced training in fundamental and technical analysis, evaluation of alternative investment avenues, equity and debt research, scientific asset allocation process, portfolio hedging, forex trading and more
Globally accepted training and certification
What’s more, the PGDM Financial Markets program includes special certificate modules from the chartered institute for securities and investment (CISI), UK and the financial planning standards board (FPSB), USA
Eligibility: Bachelor’s degree from any AIU recognized university with minimum 50% marks aggregate
Final year students may also apply
ITM accepts the CAT/XAT/MAT/GMAT and state CET tests
Selection is based on overall academic performance and followed by scheduled interview process
Apply now on
Application kit Rs 200/-; processing fee Rs 800/-
Application kit from all branches of IMS, Career Launcher, TIME, Cerebral Heights
By mail send a Cheque/demand draft of Rs 200/- favouring Institute for Technology and Management to the Institute for Technology and Management, Plot No 25/26, Institutional area, sector-4, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai-421210
Scholarship: A limited number of scholarships are granted to meritorious students, ranging from 25-100% of annual tuition fees
Application deadline: 15th April, 2011


Loyola Institute of Business Administration Chennai - PGDM Admission 2011

Loyola Institute of Business Administration Chennai
Loyola College, Chennai-600034, Tel 28177100, 28177116
Ranked 9th best business school in India for the past 2 years

Admission Notice 2011-13

Objectives: The objectives of the full-time PGDM programme is to facilitate the development of individuals as; proficient managers who respond to the socio-economic and organizational challenges of the present global environment; contributors to national development by promising a better quality of life; creative managers with the spirit of innovation and an urge to excel; responsible individuals committed to quality, social responsibility and to the betterment of the less privileged; entrepreneurs who act with the highest principles of ethics
Overview LIBA’s prestigious programme in management leading to a Postgraduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) is spread over two years and consists of six terms, each approximately of three months duration
The programme: The programme consists of 41 courses, 25 compulsory and 16 electives of 3 credits each totaling to 123 credits. Students are also required to undertake a summer project and a final dissertation
The first year: The first year of the course presents the students with a comprehensive view of the management discipline. A broad perspective of the industrial environment is presented and a sound foundation is laid for advanced learning in the second year. All the courses in the first year are core courses and compulsory
In the summer of the first year, students are required to spend ten to twelve weeks in an organisation working on a project on a significant aspect or problem relating to any functional area. The aim of the summer project is to provide students with the opportunity to closely observe an organisation in operation and relate what they have learnt in the classroom to actual practice. This also facilitates the selection of electives in the second year
The second year: The second year of the course takes into account the need for bringing into the classroom the state of the art new techniques and innovation in various fields and in helping students apply theoretical inputs to practice. Besides the four compulsory courses, students have to choose 16 electives from a wide array of elective courses, out of which at least 5 electives have to be in an area of specialization, viz Marketing, Finance, Systems, Human Resources Management, General Management, International Business, Logistics and Supply Chain Management and Retailing Management
Students are also required to submit a Master-level dissertation in their chosen area of specialization, as part of the programme, normally in the last term of the second year. The performance of the students of the PGDM programme is continually evaluated and rigorously monitored to motivate them to excel. The grading synthesizes, on a nine point scale, the continual process of assessment and reflects the students combined performance in assignments, reports, project work, field-work, class participation, quizzes, mid-term and end-term tests
Eligibility: The candidate should be a graduate in any discipline from a recognised university (AIU) and should have secured a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate
A candidate who is in the final year of bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification can also apply, and if selected, will be allowed to join the programme only if a provisional certificate is submitted latest by 08th June, 2010 from the Principal/Registrar of the college/institute stating that the candidate has completed all the requirements (the results may, however, be awaited for obtaining the bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification)
Admission procedure: Register for XAT-2010 with the required fees at and obtain XAT ID
Last date for XAT 2010 online registration is 30th November, 2009. Only candidates who have applied to XAT-2010 are eligible for admission to LIBA
For applying to LIBA; (a) get a demand draft (DD) for Rs 1000/- favouring LIBA, Chennai payable at Chennai; or (b) pay Rs 1000/- at any of the specified IMS learning centre and obtain the receipt and admission bulletin
Register online at by giving your XAT ID and details of demand draft or IMS receipt
Take a printout of the payment advice form
Mention your name and XAT ID on the reverse of the demand draft and send your demand draft or IMS receipt along with the payment advice form to the admissions office, LIBA, Loyola College, Nungambakkam, Chennai-600034
Candidates who have applied to LIBA will be short-listed only on the basis of their XAT-2010 scores. Short-listed candidates will be called for a group discussion and an interview for final selection at Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Mumbai
Candidates can give their choice of the Interview centre subject to discretion of LIBA
Important dates to remember
XAT online registration begins: 01st September, 2009
LIBA online registration begins: 27th September, 2010
XAT online registration closes: 30th November, 2010
XLRI admission test (XAT-2010): 02nd January, 2011
LIBA online registration closes: 28th February, 2011
Receipt of LIBA application fees closes: 05th March, 2011
Course Curriculum: The courses offered as part of the full time PGDM programme not only imparts knowledge in the arts and science of modern management and hones the managerial skills in students but also develops their overall personality. Emphasis is placed on developing leadership qualities, communication skills, team building sensitivity to ethical issues, with continuous review from the faculty and industry, LIBA constantly redesigns and restructures the curriculum to make it relevant to meet the needs of today’s managers