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education Updated: Aug 04, 2010 09:46 IST

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SMU-DE offers MBA in banking and finance
Over the past year, the banking and finance sector has seen an upswing. Banks prefer professionals who have an MBA in banking and finance to handle specialised bank operations like corporate banking, risk and credit etc. Sikkim Manipal University-Distance Education’s (SMU-DE) MBA in banking and finance is a specialist degree that meets banks’ requirements.

The SMU-DE MBA in banking and finance is powered byEduNxt, an industry-recognised interactive learning system that supplements learning in a rich online environment.

Eligibility: A graduate with a minimum of three year’s experience in BFSI. The option of lateral entry applies to this course since it is intended for professionals with relevant work experience.

The lateral entry rules: The university shall consider candidates’ lateral entry based on documents submitted by the applicant that are ratified/ attested by the company they are employed with. However, all students of MBA banking and finance admitted under the lateral entry scheme are required to appear and qualify in the first semester MBA subjects. Students eligible for the lateral entry scheme will get period remission for one semester.

Duration: Minimum 18 months and maximum four years.

For more information on how an SMU-DE MBA in banking and finance will help you or an employee achieve career goals:

Please visit www.smude.edu.in. Visit the institute’s alumni section for success stories or guidance, see testimonials by satisfied employers of SMU-DE management students, view course demos. You can call on 1800-266-7979 for detail.

IIT Bombay offers executive programme in Delhi
Graduate executives with two years of work experience can apply for a certificate programme in management (specialisation in HRM and marketing) from IIT Bombay. Anyone working in various types of organisations, viz. government, private and family managed businesses in Mumbai and Delhi is eligible. Classes will be held every alternate weekend (Saturdays and Sundays). Total number of programme days will be around 37 over 19 weekends in a year. Last date to apply is August 13. For details, visit www.som.iitb.ac.in and check details in MDP 2010 under the icon of programmes.

IIPM’s one-year PG Diploma in journalism
IIPM has now entered the rapidly growing and socially crucial arena of media education. The one-year post-graduate diploma being offered by The Sunday Indian School of Journalism will be exclusive with an intake of only 36 students per batch, allowing students to get personalised attention and training from some of the best journalists in India. In addition, all students at the school will have to compulsorily undergo bilingual training in the art and craft of journalism. The Sunday Indian School of Journalism will have campuses in Pune, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Chandigarh and Delhi. Graduates can apply at mail@tsischoolofjournalism.com

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