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PG in Banking & Finance

The TKWs Institute of Banking and Finance is inviting applicants for its postgraduate diploma in Banking and Finance for the coming academic session for its one-year full-time PG Diploma in Banking & Finance. This makes it worlds only PG Diploma course in Banking & Finance (PGDBF) that prepares the candidates for simultaneously for public sector and private sector banks. This programme starts by providing fundamental clarity and then advances to expose the participants to all essentials of banking and finance.

Eligibility: Minimum qualification for securing admission to PGDBF is graduate in any stream with 50 per cent marks. Students awaiting final year results may also apply. Students  can also apply with their Valid score in TKWs  Bachelor’s Admission Test (BAT) / CAT / MAT. Shortlisted students have to appear for group discussion and a personal interview before final selection.

How to apply: Admission forms can be obtained by filling the institute’s application by paying an amount of Rs 750 through credit card/ demand draft in favour of ‘TKWs Delhi’.

Deadline to apply: The last date to apply is November 30, 2017. For more information, log on to www.tkwsibf.org. 



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