IIFM Bhopal has extended the last date of form submission for M Phil (NRM) programme 2013 to April 22.

Last Updated: 2013-04-05T10:12:46+05:30

IIFM Bhopal Extends Last Date of Form Submission For M Phil (NRM) Programme 2013 to April 22

Bhopal: Indian Institute of Forest Management (IIFM), Bhopal, has extended the last date of form submission for Master of Philosophy (M Phil) in Natural Resource Management (NRM) programme 2013 to April 22. Earlier, the last date of for submission was April 2, 2013.
The date extension has given a wonderful opportunity to those who missed the previous deadline. The application form for the programme is downloadable from the official website of the institute: http://www.iifm.ac.in. The direct link for the same is: http://www.iifm.ac.in/mphil/mphil_appform.pdf. Moreover, candidates’ have to pay an application fee of Rs 500 in the form of Demand Draft (DD) drawn on any nationalized bank in favor of Director IIFM, payable at Bhopal.
The duly filled-in hard copy of the downloaded form, complete in all respects as per the prescribed guidelines, along with the DD of requisite amount (as mentioned above) and photocopies of other essential documents, should be sent to the Chairperson, M Phil (NRM) Admission, Indian Institute of Forest Management, Nehru Nagar, Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) - 462003, on or before April 22, 2013.
Selection in the M Phil (NRM) programme of the institute will be done on the basis of merit obtained in entrance test, followed by interview, to be conducted by the institute. Working candidates and those possessing UGC/CSIR/ICAR-NET certificate or PGDFM from IIFM with a minimum of 3.0 OGPA are exempted from appearing in the written test. However, they have to appear in the interview. Working candidates should forward their application through proper channel.
For more information regarding admission, eligibility criteria and application procedure, candidates can visit the aforementioned official website of the institute.
- By Raihan Hassan
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