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Executive Management of Business Finance (EMBF)
[A Three year Distance Learning Post Graduate Programme]


EMBF is a senior executive distance learning / virtual programme. Executives are exposed to international scenario/simulations and have indepth interaction with international faculty and visiting scholars at the institute.

Fees
Program Fees (Rs.)
I General Category Seats 60,000 per year
II Direct Admission / Sponsored Seats / NRI (Incl. SAARC Countries) 90,000 per year

Note:
1. The fee includes tuition, cost of study material - select text books, test questions and case studies- conduct of semester examinations and subscription to Finance India.
 

Objectives
To develop competent and effective professional managers, to foster intellectual excellence and to teach the latest techniques of finance by fostering independent and creative thinking.
 

Eligibility
Working Executive with atleast three years of work experience at Executive level. Graduation in any discipline from Indian or Foreign recognized university with minimum of 50% marks [45% marks for SC/ST/OBC].
 

Selection Criteria
Admission to IIF programs is very rigorous. The admission to distance learning program (DLP) is based on calculation of Grade Point Score (GPS). The Grades are given on the basis of candidates' past academic records, other achievements, work experience, professional growth positioning and personal interview for all category of candidates.

IIF follows a policy to admit some fresh graduates and also women candidates, even if their comparative GPS is relatively low but above the minimum cut off point. The admission policy of the Institute takes into consideration a candidates total background.

Admission is strictly on merit. Convassing in any form would disqualify a candidate for admission.

Semester
Schedule
Session Beginning
Ist January
Ist April
1st July
Ist October
Semester
Winter Semester
Autumn Semester
Summer Semester
Fall Semester





 

Program Module
The first two semesters are designed to provide the basics of the finance function along wDLP Program Moduleith the other functional areas of management. Highly advanced inputs of Finance are provided in semesters three to six, specializing the future managers in different fields/areas of finance.

At the end of the first year the students undergo Summer/ Experiential training in industrial, business organizations and international agencies. The objective is basically to provide the students with real life exposure which they cannot gain from simple classroom study. They get the opportunity to learn beyond the class room by solving business problems and decision making during the training period.

In the ninth semester the students get an opportunity to apply their classroom knowledge in solving the real world problems faced by the industry. A student is expected to be associated with a corporate house to conduct the study project.

 
Course Structure
Year I Year II
Semester I Semester III
101 Accounting for Financial Analysis 301 Financial Econometrics & Equity Research
102 Economics for Decision Making 302 Indian Financial System
103 Quantitative Tech. & Forecasting for Finance 303 Corporate Finance & Valuation
104 Computer App. in Finance 304 Corporate Tax Planning
105 Regulatory Framework of Business 305 Management of Banking & Financial Institutions
106 Organisational Behaviour 306 Personal Finance & Invt.
Semester II Semester IV
201 General Studies & Personality Development 401 Management Control Systems
202 Macro Eco. & Public Finance 402 Securities & Portfolio Management
203 Operations Research for Finance & Risk Analysis 403 Advance Financial Analysis & Risk
204 Human Resource Mgt. 404 Capital Market & Financing
205 Marketing Management 405 Financial Services
206 Mgt. Accounting & Control 406 Business Valuation, Mergers & Acquisitions
Year III
Semester V Semester VI
501 Corp. Strategy & Business Policy 601 Business Ethics & Corp. Social Responsibility
502 Insurance Management & Risk Analysis 602 Management Information System & Control
503 New Financial Models & e-Finance 603 Global Financial System
504 Financial Engineering & Risk Management 604 International Finance
505 Project Management, Appraisal & Control Industrial Exposure & EMBF Live Thesis Project
506 Options, Futures & Financial Derivatives 700 Live Thesis Project (equivalent to two courses)
All courses are of 3 credits each
Course 700 is of 6 credits
Daily & Weekly Financial Review
Bi- Weekly Seminars


Teaching Methodology & Study Package
IIF adopts a unique teaching methodology. IIF supplies study package containing high quality relevant text books/ IIF publications and study notes on each subject in the beginning of each semester. IIF mails a study plan mentioning the dates on which the additional communications and test set modules will be sent. IIF sends test questions containing - true/false questions, multiple choice questions, short answer questions, long answer questions and case studies, every fortnight, which may be attempted by a candidate and sent back to the IIF for evaluation. IIF returns the evaluated test questions to candidates. IIF sends the case studies for being attempted by candidates. The cases are representative of actual managerial problems which occur at various business environments. The case analysis method demands students to make decisions, develop, implementation of plans and explain, and defend their actions via discussions or written presentation. These studies develop the talent and confidence to face the real world problems. All the case studies after evaluation are returned back to the candidates.The candidates progress is monitored and feedback is obtained from time to time during the semester.

Evaluation System
The evaluation system in the Institute is continuous and rigorous. The system is expected to motivate the students towards excellence through continuously monitoring their performance and providing them timely feedback. A student is evaluated on the basis of class participation, quizzes, corporate interaction, home/class assignments, presentation, managerial experience (inhouse training), industrial trainings, mid-term and final examinations.

Examination Scheme
IIF follows a unique open book examination system. The question papers are sent to the candidates by registered post. They are expected to attempt in one sitting and return the answer books within one week by registered post. However, if one is unable to send the answer papers within one week, the student may submit the answer papers in subsequent weeks. There is a graded penalty for late submission. The question papers are very comprehensive and only those who have seriously studied during the semester are able to attempt the question papers. The Institutes unique system of examinations has been found to be more satisfactory, rigorous and beneficial than the traditional system of examinations.

The examinations are conducted at the end of each semester. Each paper is of 100 marks. Each question paper is divided into five sections. All the sections are required to be attempted by the candidate. Section I is of 15 marks and contains concept test with 15 true/false questions. Section II is of 20 marks and has 10 multiple choice questions. Section III is of 20 marks and has four short answer questions. Section IV is of 20 marks and contains two long answer questions. Section V is of 25 marks and includes a detailed case study.


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