Fellow Program in Management

The National Institute of Financial Management
In Faridabad

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  • PhD
  • Faridabad
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Faridabad
Sector 48, Pali Road, 121001, Haryana, India
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Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

NIFM, for its Fellow program, will look for candidates with consistently good academic record, professional accomplishments, and a strong urge to contribute to the creation and dissemination of knowledge in the field of financial management. The eligibility of the candidate for the fellow program will be a Master’s Degree (or equivalent, recognized by AIU) in any discipline, with a minimum of 55% marks in aggregate.

Course programme

The objective of the Fellow Program in Management (FPM), a Doctoral level program of NIFM Faridabad, is to develop scholars for distinguished careers in teaching, training, research, and consultancy in management. The FPM is the highest academic qualification any one can earn. It requires extended study and intense intellectual effort. Therefore, one needs high level of commitment in order to successfully complete the program.

The program requires successful completion of two things – one must master a specific subject completely, and one must extend the body of knowledge about that subject. Accordingly, the program consists of two phases. The first phase of the program consists of course-work involving Fellow program level courses followed by a comprehensive qualifying examination. The second phase of the program consists of Thesis work involving preparation of a Thesis proposal, conducting research stated in the proposal, Thesis development and its examination.

The Program has the following components:

* Mandatory Course work
* Comprehensive Qualifying Test (CQT)
* Formulation, presentation and submission of research proposal
* Preparation and submission of the dissertation, evaluation, and defense


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