Fellow Programme in Management (FPM)
Masters degree (minimum two years prescribed duration after 10+2+3 years of formal education) in relevant discipline (relevancy has to be decided by the IIFM) with at least 60% marks in the Master’s degree and with good academic records. For IIFM Graduates, who has done PGDFM and IIM graduates who have done PGDM, the minimum OGPA of 3.33 (equivalent to B+) in 4.33 maximum scale, is required.
For those qualifications where the above 4.33 scale is not available, the eligibility will be decided by the Equivalence Committee constituted by the Director, IIFM and its decision will be final.
Admission Procedure: Selection of candidates is through a two stage process involving Screening Test and GD+Intreview. The details are as follows:
Stage 1: Screening test: - Eligible candidates will be required to take the CAT
Alternatively: They can take GMAT
Alternatively: Should have qualified UGC-CSIR NET
(Scores for all standard tests CAT, GMAT, NET mentioned above which are more than two year old as on 1st July of the relevant academic year shall not hold valid)
Alternatively: Candidates who have already obtained a PGDFM/PGDM from IIFM/IIM with a minimum OGPA of 3.33(B+) out of 4.33 need not take CAT and can apply directly.
Alternatively: Candidates who have five years post-master’s experience or for Engineering post-graduates with 4 years post-masters experience, can opt for the internal written test which will be conducted by IIFM.
Stage 2: GD and Interview: - Candidate will be called to Bhopal for interview and personal discussion, as per the screening criteria decided by the IIFM.
Last date of receipt of application: 15Th March 2011
Indian Institute of Forest Management (IIFM)
Post Box No. 335 or 357 Nehru Nagar
For complete details visit: www.iifm.ac.in
About Indian Institute of Forest Management
The Indian Institute of Forest Management (IIFM) (founded 1982) is an autonomous institution at Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh, India, established by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India with financial assistance from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) and course assistance from the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad. The institute's objective is to fulfill the growing need for managerial human resource in forest and allied sectors. IIFM has developed as an educational, research, training and consultancy organization and is gradually acquiring an internationally visible name. As a campus it is also famous for its rich flora and fauna with citings of various small sized wild animals within campus.
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