June 20, 2013

MSc finance from JBIMS

JBIMS MSc Finance cut off

Most probably JBIMS MSc finance will be conducting their own exam which contains written test, GD, Personal Interview and Written ability test. Last year JBIMS took CET and CAT scores so following table will help in knowing the weight age of each section.
Jbims weightage cutoffs


JBIMS MSc Finance workshop

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All about JBIMS MSc Finance program

Cetking Workshops
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One month workshop with training for written test and gdpi
Thane, Vashi, Dadar, VileParle and Online (for out station students).
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Who should apply
This program is new and with the fact that seats are only 30 in finance, this program will be No. 1 program in finance in coming years.

Candidate should be a graduate in any faculty having scored a minimum of fifty per cent of marks; and should have opted for Mathematics at the higher secondary level or at least at the first year of the degree course.
Candidates who are appearing for the final examinations may also be permitted to apply, but, their admission, if otherwise selected, will be confirmed only after he/ she satisfies the eligibility criteria mentioned above.

Entrance test
JBIMS Msc finance will mostly be taking their own Entrance test. Test will be cover Quantitative Ability, Logical Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, Data Interpretation and Visual Reasoning.

The eligibility test will comprise of an objective type written paper. Candidates will be called for a personal interview and/ or group discussion. The test will be based on General Awareness, Quantitative Ability, Logical Reasoning and Language Skills.
Date of Entrance Examination: May Mid (tentative)
Time of Examination: 3 hours
Date of Group Discussion and Personal Interview: June first week batch wise.
Result will be put on around June End on the institute notice board.
Venue: Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, 164, Backbay Reclamation, H. T. Parekh Road, Churchgate, Mumbai-400020
Fees: Rs. 1,00,000 per year.
Brochures and Application forms will be available at the Accounts Office of the Institute on payment of around Rs. 1200/- (inclusive of Admission Process)
Last Date of Acceptance of Application form – Mid May 2015

MSc Program from JBIMS
University of Mumbai is starting Two Years Post Graduate degree program: Master in Science in Finance (MSc Finance) at Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies.
The objective of the course is to create the skilled personnel for Finance industry as Mumbai is fast emerging as an International Financial Centre. This is creating opportunity for a large number of finance professionals having internationally benchmarked skills and capabilities in new product development, financial risk management, behavioural finance, asset management, banking and non-banking financial institutions management and financial regulations etc. The proposed MSc Finance course will help to create a pool of trained and globally competitive finance professionals.
Duration: Two years full time course comprising of foundation course and four semesters.

MBA Finance Vs MSc Finance
Many people who want to proceed to graduate studies related to business contemplate whether to get a Master of Finance Versus MBA degree. Choosing which of these programs best suits them can be challenging because both programs offer intensive study and high-paying career opportunities in the future. Both degrees can prepare students to handle positions at the administrative level in business and finance industries.

The major difference between these programs is that the MBA equips students with broader skills and knowledge in business and helps graduates apply them in many different areas. On the other hand, Master of Finance programs are more finance-specific. The individual’s career goals should determine which program to choose.
Details About Master of Finance Versus MBA Degree Programs

MBA programs offer courses like economics, accounting, statistics, organizational processes and communications. Meanwhile, the Master of Finance puts emphasis on accounting and management. Top ranking schools that offer MBA programs are Harvard University and Stanford University. Recently, more universities have begun to offer Master of Finance programs. In fact, MIT has already sent some of their graduates to major companies like Bank of America and J.P. Morgan Chase. Ohio State University also offers a great Master of Finance program.

Reservations & Placements

1) The Finance professors teaching MMS will be the one’s teaching for the Msc(Finance) course
Additionally there will be more no of Corporate lectures aligned for this course
2) The students will have to undergo internship for 2 months after the 1st year . Regarding Internship/Placements she said like for MMS,there will be a student team formed for this course that will take care of placement processes .
3) There is Reservation applicable for this course. According to her 15 seats will be available for General Category students.No biforcation available for other categories.
4) Forms will be available at JBIMS till 9th July and the last date for acceptance of forms is 13th July,2013.
5) Results will be published within 8 days from the GD/PI and the college will be starting from Aug 1, 2013.Timings of the course would be from 8 am to 8 pm including corporate lectures.

Written test jbims msc finance syllabus

  • Verbal ability
  • Quantitative aptitude
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Visual reasoning
  • Reading comprehension
  • General Knowledge
  • Data interpretation.

India’s first MSc Finance

In a first-of-its-kind course in the country, the University of Mumbai launched the Master of Science (MSc) in Finance on Monday.
The course, which is the brainchild of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, will be offered at the Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS), Churchgate from this academic year itself.
According to University officials present at the launch, the course will be of international standards as the course content and curriculum has been designed after taking references from the syllabus of London School of Economics, University of Florida and a few other institutes in France.
The idea, originally mooted by the PM in 2011, is a part of the University Grants Commission (UGC) and Central government initiative to make Mumbai an international finance centre.
The University had first received a proposal letter from the UGC in September 2011, which was placed and approved by the academic council thereafter. Identifying the institute to carry out the market survey, research and finally conduct the course, however, took some time. “Faculty members of JBIMS and industry experts conducted a market survey and designed the curriculum. The course will initially be offered only at JBIMS and student intake will be limited to 30 candidates who will be enrolled after an entrance test,” said an MU spokesperson. “We are aiming at producing finance professionals having internationally benchmarked skills and capabilities in financial risk management, asset management, banking and non-banking financial institutions management and financial regulations etc,” said Dr Naresh Chandra, pro vice-chancellor of MU.
Kavita Laghate, in-charge director of JBIMS said, “The course has been designed considering the market needs. Hence, we are receiving huge finance industry participation in conducting the course.”


Mumbai University MSc

Mumbai University (MU) is set to introduce MSc in Finance, a course it claims will be the first of its kind in the country. The course will be officially launched Monday at Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS), Churchgate.

The decision is part of the UGC and central government initiative to make Mumbai an international finance centre. “Several institutes in the UK and US offer the course. It will be a Master’s degree and will be designed to prepare graduates for careers in financial analysis, investment management and corporate finance. The course will initially be offered only at JBIMS,” said a senior MU official. “The course is called Master in Finance (M.Fin) or Master of Science in Finance (MSc in Finance). More details will be announced Monday,” said the official.

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