Our PG program is targeted towards individuals with high potential for success in the financial services sector. Selection at IIFP is therefore very rigorous & competitive. Applicants need to go through a written test, group discussion and interview process (the written test comprises essay writing, reasoning and logic capability).
* Ccandidate must possess a Bachelor’s Degree/Candidates pursuing their final year of graduation can also apply.
* Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent qualification) obtained by the candidate must entail a minimum of 3 years of education after completing Higher Secondary School (10 + 2 or equivalent.
1. Application: IIFP Prospectus and Application Form and can be acquired by one time payment of Rs. 500/- for the program.
* By cash payment at our campus (6-A,Atma Ram House,1 Tolstoy Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi-110001)
* By post (enclosing demand draft drawn in favor of “The Indian Institute of Financial Planning” payable at New Delhi)
Candidates are required to appear for FPMT-09 conducted by The Indian Institute of Financial Planning. The candidate has to undergo a rigorous selection procedure comprising of Written Test, Group Discussion & Personal Interview. All candidates who have appeared for CAT/ MAT can also apply to IIFP with their score. Short listed candidates will have to appear only for GD & PI. Group Discussion and personal interview are also integral components of the admissions process. The overall objective is to identify and assess the candidate’s communication ability, in addition to the overall knowledge of the student. IIMs have no role either in the selection process or in the conduct of the program.
Final selection will be based on a careful evaluation of the applicant's academic record, work experience (if any), extra curricular activities, Group Discussion and personal Interview. Successful candidates will be informed of their final selection by courier/email/ phone call. The selected candidates must pay their first fee installment within 10 days of receiving the admission offer, failing which the offer will be withdrawn.