ISBF invites application for the 2010-13 sessioneducation Updated: Jun 02, 2010 09:11 IST
ISBF invites application for the 2010-13 session
Indian School of Business and Finance (ISBF), an affiliate centre of the University of London in association with the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), invites students to apply for its three-year full-time Undergraduate honours degree programmes in B.Sc. Economics, B.Sc. Management, B.Sc. Economics and Management and B.Sc. Business.
Applicants who have passed/appeared for the Class XII examination conducted by CBSE/ISC may apply. The students who have completed / are completing the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma or GSCE A-Levels, are also eligible. All applicants for this degree should have demonstrable proficiency in both, English and Mathematics. Candidates seeking to register for B.Sc. Economics need to have proof of competency in Mathematics (equivalent to Grade 12). For other programmes, candidates should be able to demonstrate ability in Mathematics (equivalent to Grade 10).
Log onto www.isbf.edu .in, go to the Undergraduate section and download the application form. Complete the form, attach relevant documents as mentioned and send them along with an application processing fee of Rs 2000 as a demand draft in favour of Indian School of Business and Finance, payable at New Delhi.
Selections are made on the basis of an entrance exam and personal interview. IB students with 30 credits or more may be exempt from the entrance.
The last date for submission of applications is June 10. The entrance exam will be held on June 19.
Jamia students secure admission in IIM
Two students from the Department of Electronics and Communication, Faculty of Engineering and Technology have secured admission in Indian Institute of Management (IIM).
These two students are Soumya Bhatia and Vardhan Singh. Both are bona fide students of B.Tech. (Electronics and Communication) final year and have made it to IIM Kozhikode, Kerala.
IMI, Delhi holds convocation
International Management Institute (IMI), Delhi, held its 26th Annual Convocation at the Institute’s campus recently. Speaking on the occasion Dr Rakesh Mohan, former deputy governor, Reserve Bank of India said, “There is an air of hope that pervades the country today.
New opportunities are being generated, I am sure that you will open yourselves to new possibilities of experimentation and creativity” .
The convocation was declared open byD H Pai Panandikar, Member IMI Board of Governors.
In all 265 students were conferred with Post Graduate Diplomas in Business Management (PGDBM).