The MFC Programme seeks to equip a select group of students with conceptual and analytical skills for financial decision making. What sets this course apart from contemporary courses in the area of management is the balanced blend in various aspects of Finance. The students are provided with inputs in the basic areas of managerial decision-making such as Organizational Behaviour, Managerial Economics, Quantitative Techniques, Financial Accounting, Corporate Laws etc., as well as in different areas of finance such as Financial Management, Financial Services, International Finance, International Accounting, Investment Management, Project Appraisal etc.
To keep students abreast with the latest developments in the field of finance, the curriculum has been updated with effect from 1998-99 to include new courses such as Derivatives & Risk Management, Treasury management, Real Estate Investment Management, Insurance Management, Mutual Funds Management, Equity Research etc. The revised curriculum consists of thirty courses including an industry project study and an 8-10 week Summer Training Programme in reputed organizations. The summer training Programme offers the students an opportunity to put the acquired financial knowledge to practice and also to leverage on the experience gained in their second year. The edge is further sharpened by constant interaction with the industry through the Annual Convention, Seminars, Workshops, Symposia and Research work.
Thorough grooming of the students over a period of two years gives them a fine blend of theoretical and practical inputs to take on challenging careers in the field of Corporate Finance, International Finance, Merchant Banking, Capital and Money markets, Portfolio Management, Investment Advisory Services, Credit Rating, Venture Capital, Forex Advisory Services etc. Under the guidance of a learned faculty, renowned in the field of finance and other related areas, Industry practitioners and Academicians, the MFCian epitomizes the philosophy of Vision, Innovation and Excellence, to perform and shine.
Selection of Candidates for admission to MFC Programme is done on the basis of an All India Entrance Test, Group Discussion and Personal Interview. The details regarding admission are given in Prospectus of MFC.
Eligibility Graduate(under 10+2+3)/Post-Graduate in any discipline, viz. Arts, Humanities, Commerce, Management, Social Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Engineering, Technology, Agriculture, Law, Pharmacy and M edicine with 50% marks, from the University of Delhi or any other University recognised as equivalent thereto. Reservation of seats according to the University rules for SC/ST candidates. Candidates appearing for the final year of there Bachelor’s Degree can also apply for admission.
Test Centers The admission Test will be held on Sunday, January 20, 2008 between 11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m at Delhi, Bangalore, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Chennai, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow and Mumbai. The University can change/cancel any test centre.
Structure Of Entrance Test Entrance Test shall consist of multiple choice question in english comprehension and verbal ability, analytical reasoning, data interpetation and data sufficiency, quantitative ability and current business and financial enviroment.
Scholarships A few scholarships are available on merit-cum-means basis.
Hostel Accommodation Hostel facilities are available to both boys and girl students on the Campus. Limited hostel accommodation is also available to outstation male students in North Campus .
Fee Payable At present Indian MFC students are required to pay a annual fee of 11,500/- (Non refundable on withdrawal from the course) at the time of admission. In addition, the students will be required to pay the association fee, placement fee, and other fees as may be notified by the department.
How to Apply The prospectus and application form can be obtained between 10.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m (from Monday to Friday) from the office of the Department (Room No. 329), Arts Faculty Building, South Campus on cash payment of Rs.700/- (Rs. 200/- for SC/ST Candidates on submission of attested copy of caste certificate) or by post, against a Demand Draft of Rs. 750/- (Rs. 250/- for SC/ST Candidates) drawn in favour of “Director, University of Delhi South Campus” payable at State Bank of India, New Delhi along with two self-addressed slips of size 2″ x 5″. The application form can also be downloaded from www.mfc.edu . The download form should be accompanied by the Demand Draft of Rs. 750 ( Rs.250 for SC / ST candidates ) in favour of Director, University of Delhi, South Campus, as specified above mentioned address. Last Date for submission of completed Application Form: December 13, 2007.
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