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Management of Business Finance (MBF)
[2 year full Time Regular Post Graduate Programme developed at
MBA of international standards]

MBF - Highly specialised program in Financial Economics. The program has 18 out of 36 papers with core finance focus. Other courses include courses on Economics, General Management, OB, Accounting, HRM, Business Laws, Marketing, QT, OR, Econometrics, IT, Taxation, Business Ethics and General Studies etc. It is the only program in finance in the country with curricula at par with MBA of international standards, based on international experience and the needs of Indian industry. It is a 120 credit course.

Yearly Fees (Rs.) Program Fees (Rs.)
I General Category Seats 4,50,000 + GST 9,00,000 + GST
II Direct Admission / Sponsored Seats / NRI (Incl. SAARC Countries) 6,00,000 + GST 12,00,000 + GST

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

Graduation in any discipline from Indian or Foreign recognized university with minimum of 50% marks [45% marks for SC/ST/OBC/Work Experience of 5 years].

Candidates appearing in the final year Bachelor's examination are eligible to apply. Such Candidates, if selected ,will be given provisional admission subject to their clearing graduation. The certification of the same has to be submitted before 1st Semester exams.

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Selection Criteria

Top 3 University Position Holders & College Topper (with Distinction) are exempt from Written Test & are provided with Rs. 20,000 scholarship per year.

Admission to IIF programs is very rigorous. The admission to regular program is through written test (CAT / XAT / AIMAT / C-MAT (AICTE) / GMAT/GRE (USA)) and Interview. Candidates who qualify for written test are called for Interview.

Exemption from Written Test : Graduation / Post Graduation marks [> 75 %] for Engineering / Technical / Science streams & [> 65 %] for Commerce & Arts streams); NRIs, Top three University Toppers, First College Topper & Celebreties in Sports, Arts, Music, Dance & Modelling etc. Candidates exempted from written test are required to take Interview.

NRI/Foreign/Corporate sponsored candidates are exempt from written test. However, all such candidates are required to appear for interview.

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

Semester Schedule
Session :
Trimester I & IV
Trimester II & V
Trimester III & VI
Training / Job
7th July-30th September
7th October-30th December
7th January - 31st March
7th April - 30th June
7th October-30th December
7th January - 31st March
7th April - 30th June
7th July-30th September
7th January - 31st March
7th April - 30th June
7th July-30th September
7th October-30th December

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 Trimester III to VI, specializing the future manager in different fields/areas of finance.

At the end of the year all students undergo Experiential Corporate Exposure 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 opportunity to learn beyond the class room by solving business problems and decision making during the training period.

In the Trimester IV to VI 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 for the MBF Thesis and ST Thesis. A student has to pass the program within five years from the date of enrollment.
Course Structure
Year I
Year II
Trimester I Trimester IV
101 Accounting for Financial Analysis 401 Behaviourial Finance & Market Risk Environment
102 Economics for Decision Making 402 Enterpreneurial Skills : Enterprising MSME & Family Business
103 Data Analytics & QT Forecasting for Finance 403 Advance Financial Reporting & Analysis
104 Computers for Business Leaders 404 Capital Market & Indian Financial System
105 Regulatory Framework of Business 405 Financial Services for Business Re-Orientation
106 Organisational Behaviour 406 Business Valuation, Mergers & Acquisitions
Audit : Art of Living : Yoga and Meditation Audit : Interview Skills & Business Accumen
Trimester II Trimester V
201 Indian History, Culture & Business 501 Corporate Strategy & Policy
202 Macro Economics & Public Finance 502 Innovation and Digital Dividends
203 Operations Research for Finance & Risk Analysis 503 New Financial Models & e- Finance
204 Human Resource Management 504 Financial Risk Engineering for Decision Making
205 Strategic Marketing Management 505 Project Management, Appraisal & Control
206 Management Accounting & Control 506 Options, Futures & Financial Derivatives.
Audit : Grooming Business Leaders : Art of Communication Audit : English Grammer, Language & Proficiency
Trimester III Trimester VI
301 Econometrics, Data Mining & Business Intellegence 601 Corporate Social Responsibility, Business Ethics & Morals
302 Security Analysis & Portfolio Management 602 Financial Management Information System & Control
303 Corporate Finance & Valuation 603 International Finance & Global Financial Systems
304 Corporate Tax Planning 604 Pension Economics and Finance
305 Banking, Regulators & Financial Institutions
306 Personal Finance, Insurance & Investments
Audit : Social Networking Audit : Enterpreneurial Skill Development
Practical Exposure Practical Exposure
Industrial Training & Summer Internship
(Live Project/Summer Project Thesis)
700 Thesis Live Project (equivalent to two courses)
Corporate Attachment & Industrial Exposure
All courses are 3 credits each.
Course 700 is 6 credits.
Daily & Weekly Financial Review Bi- Weekly Seminars

Interactive Teaching Pedagogy
The development of individual skills and decision making capacity is emphasized throughout. The treatment of the fundamentals and theory is provided systematically by the faculty through lectures, panel discussions, group exercises, practical problems solving sessions, case studies, role plays and syndicate sessions, brain storming sessions, financial review, seminars and use of audio visual aids. Ample opportunity is provided to the students to raise specific issues and sharing of their experiences.

Students are exposed to a large number of industry & real life cases. IIF has developed an inventory of over 500
Case Studies.

To make students job oriented and industry ready, the teaching at the Institute is supplemented by Eminent Lecture Series : Lectures/Seminars from senior managers from industry, Academicians (visiting Professors of other leading institutes/universities), banks, financial institutions, bureaucrats and IIF old students; through Seminars & Conferences; Webinars; AIR &TV interviews of IIF Faculty giving an historical perspective national economic issues, Educational films and analysis of Financial Statements of Companies. Students are sponsored to attend national level conferences organized by trade & Industry chambers; to various TV channels and to industrial visits to gain exposure and to facilitate interactions with industry leaders.

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
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 & includes a detailed case study.

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