Tentative Admission Timelines: 

Sr. No 

Event 

Date 

1

Application Process Starts

January 23, 2020

2

Application Cut Off

March 08, 2020

3

Written Test (RAT)

April 15, 2020

4

Personal Interviews

April 15, 2020

Fee Structure: 

 1. Application Fee: Rs. 5000/-per registration

2. Programme Fee: The total fee of the programme will be Rs. 6.05 Lakhs over the 4 year period from the date of registration. The fee for the first year is Rs. 2.20 Lakhs, for second year Rs 1.65 Lakhs and Rs. 1.10 Lakh  for each of the following two years. The first year fee is to be payable at the time of the confirmation of the admission. 

Apart from this, a participant also needs to pay the In-Campus visit charges at the rate of Rs. 3500/day plus GST for residential and Rs. 2000/day plus GST, Rs.20,000/- per year as KRC charges for the non-residential programme. 

How to Apply: Online Application form can be filled on the Institute’s website. Printed form along with an application fee receipt of Rs. 5000/- should be received at the Institute by March 01, 2020.

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Area of Specialization: 

        • Economics &Public Policy
        • Finance & Accounting
        • Marketing & Strategic Management
        • Management Information System
        • Organisational Behaviour & Human Resource Management
        • Operations Management & Quantitative Techniques

A prospective candidate will have an option to apply to maximum two areas of specialization by payment of registration fee separately. The selection process for the two areas will be independent of each other and will be conducted separately

Duration of the Programme:
The research scholars are expected to complete the programme normally in four years and a maximum of six years. 

Programme Structure:

FPM (Part Time) is a 4 years non-residential fellow programme in management (part time) programme. In the first years of the programme the candidates are required to complete the prescribed course work. The course work is designed to be completed by a mix of online and offline mode. Two campus visits of 3 days duration in a term on weekends (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) is needed to finish the course work during one year. The online module would also comprise of candidate attending classes on alternate weekends.