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National Institute of Financial Management

Sector 48, Pali Road , Faridabad - 121001
District: Faridabad (Haryana)
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The campus of NIFM is located in Faridabad (Haryana) near the picturesque Badkhal Lake. Spread over an area of 42 acres, the campus is beautifully landscaped and is frequently visited by native and migratory birds. The large and sprawling stone building of NIFM houses spacious classrooms, faculty rooms, management and administrative wings of NIFM. Residential accommodation for participants of various courses, faculty and staff is also provided in the campus. Three generator systems of 650 K.V.A. have been installed on stand by mode to ensure round the clock power and water supply in the campus.

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Fellow Programme in Management (FPM)
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The objective of the Fellow Programme in Management (FPM), a Doctoral level programme of NIFM Faridabad, is to develop scholars for distinguished careers in teaching, training, research, and consultancy in management. The FPM is the highest academic qualification any one can earn. It requires extended study and intense intellectual effort. Therefore, one needs high level of commitment in order to successfully complete the programme. The programme requires successful completion of two things – one must master a specific subject completely, and one must extend the body of knowledge about that subject. Accordingly, the programme consists of two phases. The first phase of the programme consists of course-work involving Fellow programme level courses followed by a comprehensive qualifying examination. The second phase of the programme consists of Thesis work involving preparation of a Thesis proposal, conducting research stated in the proposal, Thesis development and its examination.