Indian Institute of Banking & Finance Certificate Examination in SME Finance

 

Important : Examination will be Online Only.

{tab=IIBF SME Exam 2016}

Indian Institute of Banking & Finance Certificate Examination in SME Finance 2016

Indian Institute of Banking & Finance,
Kohinoor City,
Commercial – II,
Tower-I, 2nd & 3rd Floor,
Kirol Road,
Off-L.B.S Marg,
Kurla- West,
Mumbai – 400 070,
Phone No.  : 91 – 022 – 25039746 / 9604 / 9907,
Fax : 91 – 022- 25037332,
Website : www.iibf.org.in.

Indian Institute of Banking & Finance ( IIBF ) invites applications from eligible candidates for Certificate Examination in SME Finance for Bankers during the session 2016 – 17.

IIBF SME Exam Date 2016

Last date for applying for examination : 09th October, 2015

SpecializationEligibility
Qualifying DegreeGATE / GPAT ExamAP PGECET Exam
Pharmaceutical Analysis & Quality Assurance

Pharmaceutical Technology

Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Pharmaceutical Bio - Technology

Pharmacology

Pharmcognosy & Phytochemistry
B.Pharmacy degree from Andhra
University or its equivalent degree
recognized by Andhra
University
GPATPY

S.No


Course

Fees


1D Pharm[rupee] 540 / -
2B Pharm[rupee] 1040 / -
3B Pharm Practice[rupee] 1040 / -
4Pharm D[rupee] 1040 / -
5Pharm D ( PB )[rupee] 2040 / -
6M Pharm[rupee] 2040 / -

IIBF SME Eligibility 2016

Any Graduate of a recognized university will be eligible for admission.

IIBF SME Application Form 2016

Examination Application Forms will be available at the Institute’s website www.iibf.org.in which could be downloaded and filled in. No physical form will be accepted by the Institute with effect st from 1st January, 2013.

IIBF SME Exam Pattern 2016

i) Each Question Paper will contain approximately 120 objective type multiple choice questions.

ii) The examination will be held in online mode only. A list of examination centre will be provided in the online examination application form

Duration of Examination

The duration of the IIBF examination will be of two hours.

For more details of the examination centers visit official website www.iibf.org.in. The Venue of the Examination Center will be advised while issuing the Examination Admit Letter.

{tab=IIBF SME Exam Center 2016}

IIBF SME Exam Center 2016

ProgramEligibility Criteria
PhD ( Engineering )1. Minimum 60% marks or 6.5 CGPA ( in a 10 - point scale ) in M. Tech. / M.E. or equivalent degree in appropriate discipline with a valid GATE score in the year of admission into the M. Tech. program. ( OR )
B. Tech. / B.E. or equivalent degree in appropriate discipline with minimum 70% marks or 7.5 CGPA ( in a 10 - point scale ) with a valid GATE score or having secured a UGC / CSIR - NET JRF. All candidates must have a consistently good academic record. Provisional certificate is acceptable. ( OR )
Minimum 60% marks or 6.5 CGPA ( in a 10 - point scale ) in Master of Science or equivalent degree in appropriate discipline with consistently good academic record and a valid GATE score or having secured a UGC / CSIR - NET JRF. Provisional certificate is acceptable.
2. Minimum 60% marks or 6.5 CGPA ( in 10 point scale ) is required in all other examinations. A single relaxation up to 10% marks either at Xth or XIIth level examination or equivalent is permitted.
PhD ( Basic Science )1. Minimum 60% marks or 6.5 CGPA ( in a 10 - point scale ) in the Master’s or equivalent degree in appropriate discipline with consistently good academic record. Provisional certificate is acceptable.
2. Minimum 55% marks or 6.0 CGPA ( in a 10 - point scale ) in the Bachelor of Science or equivalent degree in appropriate discipline with consistently good academic record. Provisional certificate is acceptable.
3. Minimum 60% marks or 6.5 CGPA ( in a 10 - point scale ) is required in all other examinations. A single relaxation up to 10% marks either at Xth or XIIth level examination or equivalent is permitted.
4. The candidate must have a valid GATE score or have secured a UGC / CSIR - NET JRF.
[gads name="728x15"]
PhD ( Geoscience )1. Minimum 60% marks or 6.5 CGPA ( in a 10 - point scale ) in the Master's or equivalent degree in Geology / Geophysics / Earth Science. Provisional certificate is acceptable.
2. Minimum 55% marks or 6.0 CGPA ( in a 10 - point scale ) in the Bachelor of Science or equivalent degree in appropriate discipline with consistently good academic record. Provisional certificate is acceptable.
3. Minimum 60% marks or 6.5 CGPA ( in a 10 - point scale ) is required in all other examinations. A single relaxation up to 10% marks either at Xth or XIIth level examination or equivalent is permitted.
4. The candidate must have a valid GATE score or have secured a UGC / CSIR - NET JRF / INSPIRE.
PhD ( Climate Sciences )1. Minimum 60% marks or 6.5 CGPA ( in a 10 - point scale ) in the Master's or equivalent degree in Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics / Oceanography / Meteorology / Marine Science / Earth Science / Mechanical / Civil / Electrical / ECE / Geoinformatics / Remote Sensing / Computer Science. Provisional certificate is acceptable.
2. Minimum 55% marks or 6.0 CGPA ( in a 10 - point scale ) in the Bachelor of Science or equivalent degree in appropriate discipline with Mathematics as a compulsory subject. Provisional certificate is acceptable.
3. Minimum 60% marks or 6.5 CGPA ( in a 10 - point scale ) is required in all other examinations. A single relaxation up to 10% marks either at Xth or XIIth level examination or equivalent is permitted.
4. The candidate must have a valid GATE score or have secured a UGC / CSIR - NET JRF / INSPIRE.
PhD ( HSS )1. Minimum 55% marks or 6.0 CGPA ( in a 10 - point scale ) in the Master’s degree in appropriate discipline. Provisional certificate is acceptable.
2. Minimum 60% marks or 6.5 CGPA ( in a 10 - point scale ) is required in all other examinations. A single relaxation up to 10% marks either at Xth or XIIth level examination or equivalent is permitted.
3. The candidate must be UGC - NET qualified.

Notification of AP EAMCET 201629th January, 2016
Commencement of Submission of AP EAMCET Online Application form2nd February, 2016
Last date for submission of AP EAMCET online applications21st March, 2016
Correction of AP EAMCET Online Application data already submitted by the candidate03rd April, 2016 to 09th April, 2016
Last date for Submission of AP EAMCET Online Application with late fee of [rupee] 500/-02nd April, 2016
Last date for Submission of AP EAMCET Online Application with late fee of [rupee] 1,000/-11th April, 2016

EventDate
KMAT Registration Opens07th June, 2018 Thursday
KMAT Online Registration Closes10th July, 2018 Tuesday
Offline Registration closes ( payment by DD )17th July, 2018 Tuesday
KMAT Admit Card Download17th July, 2018 Tuesday
KMAT Test Date22nd July, 2018 Sunday
KMAT Result Date31st July, 2018 Tuesday

ProgrammesTotal IntakeCourse DurationAcademic year
D.Pharm1202 Years5th July, 2018
B.Pharm1004 Years ( 8 Semesters )
II B.Pharm ( Lateral Entry )103 Years ( 6 Semesters )
Pharm-D306 Years
Pharm-D ( PB )103 Years
B. Pharm Practice402 Years
*M Pharm1082 Years ( 4 Semesters )

{tab=IIBF SME Syllabus 2016}

 

IIBF SME Syllabus 2016

I.  Setting up SME

Evolution, Definition of SMEs, Characteristics, Role in Economic Development., Needs of SMEs Forms of Organisations; Proprietary, Partnership, HUFs, Company etc., Establishing SMEs : Environmental Scanning, Market Assessment, Technology, Selection of Site, etc., – Organisational Structures – Rules & Regulations – Gender & Entrepreneurial Development.

II.  SMEs : Policy, Regulatory and Legal Framework

Policy Framework for SMEs – Policy Shifts since 1991 – Regulatory Framework – Laws and Regulations for SMEs – SME Development Bill, 2005 – LLP Act, Changing Policy Framework & SME Strategies

III.  Institutional Framework & SME Financing

Institutions – Central Government – SSI Board, SIDO, SISI, PPDCs, RTCs, CFTI, NISIET, NIESBUD, NSIC – State Government : Directorate of Industries, DICs, SFCs, SIDC / SIIC, SSIDC – Financial Institutions & Banks; SIDBI, Commercial Banks, RRBs and Co-op. Banks etc., – Enterprise Perspective – Banker’s Perspective.

IV.  Financing Options & Modes

Sources of finance and methods of financing SMEs, relevance of quasi capital and own money in business – Venture Capital, Hybrid Capital, special financial products for SMEs, Assessment of Term Finance / Working Capital for SMEs – Credit Risk Management of SMEs – Appraisal, assessment, collaterals, documentation, inspection, follow-up and monitoring and review, Credit Scoring models, Standing and liquidity assessment, Credit pricing of SMEs.

V.  SME Development

Business Development Service Providers – Role & Responsibilities – Improving Competitiveness of SMEs through Enhancing Productivity – Market Promotion and Development – technological Development in SMEs – Environmental Impact Assessment, Modernisation issues (technological and quality upgradation), Role and Functions of Credit Guarantee Trust for small industries (CGTSI).

VI.  Clusters and Cluster Development

What are Clusters? – Why Clusters – Types of Clusters – Advantages and Disadvantages – Role of Clusters – Setting up of Clusters – Approaches to Develop Cluster Strategies – Measuring Cluster Development – Critical Success Factors (lending economics to clusters from the angle of bankers and borrowers) – Policy Environment – Successful Clusters; India and Global.

VII.  SME : Rehabilitation

Sickness-symptoms, warning signals, diagnosis and prescriptions, rehabilitation, restructuring, holding on operations, work out, NPA management, recovery options, legal aspects / options, securitization and exit options / alternatives.

VIII. Future of SMEs

Micro Finance Approach to SMEs – Linkages with Agriculture and industry – IT and SMEs – Relationship banking and its impact in SME development – WTO issues, impact on SMEs – BASEL-II – globalizationissues, impact, intermediation opportunities and Emerging issues affecting SMEs.

{/tabs}