IGNOU, New Delhi, has issued the notification for admission into MBA in Banking and Finance course, to be offered in the ensuing session commencing from January 2013.

Last Updated: 2012-11-19T05:23:13+05:30

IGNOU MBA in Banking and Finance Course Admission January 2013

Indira Gandhi National Open University, popularly known as IGNOU, New Delhi, has invited applications from eligible candidates for admission into Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme in Banking and Finance, to be offered in the ensuing session commencing from January 2013. Selection is made on the basis of candidates’ academic as well professional qualification.
Note: Admission seekers should pass CAIIB examinations of the Indian Institute of Banking & Finance, Mumbai, and have minimum two years work experience in the Banking or Financial Service Sector.
See the prospectus
How to Apply
Interested candidates may obtain Student Handbook & Prospectus from Registrar, Student Registration Division, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110 068 or from any of the IGNOU Regional Centres whose addresses are listed in the website, in person by paying an application fee of Rs 500 in cash or through post by sending an IPO / Demand Draft of Rs 550 (additional Rs 50 as postal charges). The IPO / DD should be drawn on any nationalized bank in favor of IGNOU, payable at the city from where the prospectus is requested. One can also download the application form from the official website of IGNOU: http://www.ignou.ac.in/
The duly filled-in application form or the hard copy of the downloaded form should be submitted (in person) or sent (by post) to the concerned regional centers on or before the below mentioned last date of application form submission. Candidates should attach an IPO / DD of Rs 500 (as per above) along with the downloaded application form. For further information regarding application, eligibility criteria and admission procedure, one can visit the abovementioned official website of IGNOU.
Last Date of Submitting Application Form
By Post - December 5, 2012
In Person - December 20, 2012
- By Madiha Wasi
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