Certificate in Financial Engineering and Risk ManagementNational Institute of Securities Markets
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The Elevated Powered Experts Committee (Percy Ministry Committee) on creating Mumbai an International-Financial-Centre (I.F.C.) has quarreled that there is requirement for developing a particular program that unites the coaching of high level quantitative monetary economics, higher level mathematics, multifaceted modeling plus computer-science in an educational centre of brilliance close to Mumbai which results in a stable group of graduates to inhabit the I.F.C. plus to refill its human capital-base with promptness.
N.I.S.M., through its School for Securities Education (S.S.E.), attempts to fill this negated by providing a 6-months period certificate program in the meadow of Financial Engineering plus Risk-Management. N.I.S.M. ‘Certificate in Financial Engineering plus Risk Management (C.F.E.R.M.)’ program would put together theory with applications to quantitative finance. It offers the correct blend of theory plus application, redressing circumstance along with substance. The aim of this Program is to match the correct talent with the knowledgeable theoreticians plus practitioner plus provide the fiscal markets with a consignment of professionally taught financial engineers.
Selected applicants with the correct ability are put through different semesters, from the first grounding to higher level fundamentals plus applications. Exposure is offered to the academic features, practical applications along with skills expansion by means of cases, dissertations, sessions plus lab-simulations. At the finish of the program, the applicants will be well versed in the modern features of monetary engineering in addition to also would have benefited production designing abilities. This program is varied on account of the realistic inputs plus skills developing features woven in. The Program is also different in the way it deals with the previous troubles plus the ways Economical Engineering requires to appear at correctness (aptness) while neglecting the pitfall of over engineering (clearness).