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The Manipur Institute of Management Studies, Manipur University introdced the Post Graduate Diploma in Banking & Finance from the academic session 2017-2018. Keeping in mind the demand for professional and skilled manpower of the upcoming private sector bank branches, the programme on PGDBF may be of great demand.

Admission eligibility and process to the post graduate diploma in banking & finance (1 year, 2 semesters, full time)

1. Eligibility:
• Any candidate who has passed three-year degree course in any stream or equivalent examination recognized by the Manipur University is eligible for admission to the course as a regular student.
• Details of eligibility criteria shall be specified in the prospectus for admission to be issued for every academic session.
2. Mode of Selection for Admission:
The selection of candidates for admission to PGDBF course shall be on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination and/or in the entrance examination. All the eligible candidates shall have to appear in the admission test and/or personal interview/counseling session. The reservation of seats for SC/ST/OBC/PWD/sports and culture and any other category shall be determined as per the rules laid down by the university from time to time.
3. Reservation of Seats :
As per rules of the University
4. Enrolment & Registration:
The candidates (other than Manipur University) admitted to the course shall register themselves by surrendering their migration certificates and other relevant documents as per University rules.
5. Intake and Course Fee:
The total number of seats for admission into the 1st Semester PGDBF shall for the time being be fifty. The course fee per semester shall be decided by the University from time to time. The fees payable for the PGDBF course shall be deposited in the General Account of Manipur University or a separate account maintained for the course by the University at the cash counter of the University at the time of admission/beginning of the semester in one installment by the last date notified
6. Curriculum:
In order to make education relevant and to create ‘industry fit’ the curriculum committee shall have constant touch with the industry so that they remain updated on the requirements of the industry or the economy. While designing the curriculum, the following points are taken into account:
• The minimum number of lectures to be delivered in the subject for PGDBF Semester course including tutorials, seminars shall be 60 for each Semester. Each lecture shall be of at least 60 minutes duration.
• 1(one) credit is equivalent to 15 periods of 60 minutes or 1 hour each of theory, workshops/labs and tutorials.
• For internship/field work, the credit weightage for equivalent hours shall be 50% of that of lectures/workshops.
• An examination for the Post Graduate Diploma shall be held at the end of each semester at such time as may be fixed by the University. The examination shall be in two parts – 1st Semester and 2nd Semester Examination. The medium of instruction and examinations shall be in English.

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