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National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Bhopal, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh


National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Bhopal, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Address: Plot / Street / Area
NIFT Block,
MP Bhoj Open University Campus,
Kolar Road,
Bhopal (District Bhopal)
Madhya Pradesh, India
Pin Code : 462042

National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Bhopal, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Bhopal, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is Vasant Kothari.

National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Bhopal is situated in Bhopal of Madhya Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Bhopal comes under Bhopal Tehsil, Bhopal District.

email ID(s) is National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Bhopal Bhopal Madhya Pradesh

Website of National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Bhopal, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is http://www.nift.ac.in/.

Registrar : Mr. S.D. Swaminarayan.

Contact Details of National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Bhopal, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh are : Telephone: +91-755-3243370


National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Bhopal, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).

Profile of National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Bhopal

National Institute of Fashion Technology was set up in 1986 under the aegis of the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India. It has emerged as the premier Institute of Design, Management and Technology, developing professionals for taking up leadership positions in fashion business in the emerging global scenario. NIFT has been granted statutory status under the act of Parliament of India in 2006, empowering the Institute to award degrees and other academic distinctions.

The Institute is a pioneer in envisioning and evolving fashion business education in the country through a network of twelve professionally managed domestic centres at New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Gandhinagar, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Raebareli, Bhopal, Kannur, Patna and Shillong. NIFT has further spread its wings globally with the opening of an international centre at Mauritius.

NIFT has set academic standards and excelled in thought leadership by providing a pool of creative genius and technically competent professionals. The Institute provides a common platform for fashion education, research and training.


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FPSB Exam notification for Examination 5 (Advanced Financial Planning) and Challenge Status Examination - Examination Date 08 November 2008

Ref: FPSB / CFP Examination / 2008 / 009
Oct 3, 2008
Examination Notification
Examination 5 (Advanced Financial Planning) and Challenge Status Examination*
Examination Date: November 8, 2008 (Saturday)

Important Note
The applicable Assessment Year for all Income Tax purposes will be 2008-09, unless specified otherwise in the question body.

All students filling up the examination form shall be deemed to have read and understood the Examination Notification and agree to abide by the terms and conditions thereof.

Students are not allowed to bring or use Laptop/Palmtop or such other gadgets. Access to Excel sheet shall be available to the students in the computer provided by NSE at their Examination Centers.

Hall Tickets will NOT be issued. Students will get SMS alerts and email from NSE informing about the Examination schedule and test centre address prior to the Examination.

Students are requested to carry their identifiable Photo ID Proof.

Students should ensure that all personal information such as mobile number and email address, provided by them on NSE website is correct. This is in order to ensure proper communication.

No request for carry forward of examination OR change in exam dates, change in exam & change in exam centre etc. would be entertained by FPSB India under any circumstances.

I Examination Center
Examination Centers for the October 2008 Examination shall be NSE Centers at Hyderabad, Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata, Ahmadabad and Mumbai, and a non-NSE centre at Bangalore.

II Examination Schedule
• Timings, Duration & Mode: The examination will be of 4 hours duration and will be conducted online.
• It is mandatory for the students to obtain NCFM number, if not already obtained.
• It is mandatory for the students to upload their photograph with NSE, if not done earlier. The same has to be done
at website www.nseindia.com (link NCFM .online registration / enrolment .photograph upload).
• Reporting Time for the students will be half an hour before the start of the Examination.
• The Examination shall be bilingual (English and Hindi). However the student has to choose the option at the time of
submitting the Examination form to FPSB India. Students should note that their question paper shall be in the same language as opted by them and NO switch between languages will be available before / during Examination by the system.

III Examination Pattern
• FPSB India shall send four probable case studies, in advance, to each student on their registered email id.
• The Question paper shall consist of a Test Booklet having any two similar Case studies depicting real life scenarios of individual Financial Planning situations. The Test Booklet shall be distributed at the time of Examination.
• Set of questions or incomplete statements based on the given case study shall appear on the system.
• Each question or incomplete statement is followed by four alternatives. Students are expected to select the correct
alternative on the system and also fill-in the answer script provided by FPSB India.
• Each question will carry pre-specified marks for each correct answer.
• FPSB India will provide the students with answer backup sheet and rough sheets for doing their workings. The student has to return the Test Booklet and the answer backup sheet along with all rough sheets, to the invigilator
before leaving the examination hall. Students are required to fill the answer backup sheet simultaneously in order to avoid loss of time due to system failure, if any.
• Students will be evaluated based on the following learning objectives:

Determining the client’s financial status by analyzing and evaluating the client s information.

Ability to comprehend and analyze client specific situations and select the best solution among the given options. This entails a thorough and sound understanding of the well-defined comprehensive CFPCM Curriculum, covering all the Modules (Module I to Module VI).

The students are expected to know the names and generic features of Key Financial Products (Mutual Funds, Insurances, Debt instruments etc.) available in the market today, under broad categories.
FPSB India would treat the instances of resorting to unfair means or malpractices noticed during examination very seriously and any student found doing so will be expelled from taking the examination and his/her candidature will be cancelled.

Permitted Accessories: Students are permitted to use their own calculators – scientific / financial. No exchange of accessories will be permitted during the examination. Students shall also have access to Excel/Calculator in the computers provided by NSE.

Kindly note:
1. Students are not allowed to carry Laptop, Palmtop, Log Tables, Annuity tables etc.
2. Students are not allowed to use their Mobile Phones in any manner whatsoever during the examination.
3. Mobile phones have to be necessarily kept in the “switched off” mode during the examination.

IV Examination Results
Results will be declared by the system itself once the student clicks the ‘SUBMIT’ button after the Examination is completed
OR if the Examination duration is elapsed the system will treat the answer sheet as ‘submitted’ and result will be displayed on the screen. Students shall get a printout of their result at the test center after the Examination.

V Evaluation System
• A student who scores 60% or more will pass the examination and anyone who scores below 60% (exclusive) will fail the examination.
• There is no negative marking in the Examination.
• Successful students in the CFPCM examination are not given their scores or ranks as practiced in most International Professional Certification Examinations. However, given the aspiration needs of the students, grades will be provided to the successful students. The unsuccessful students shall get their marks in percentage terms along with the result.

• The following Grading System will be used to provide grades.
Grade Score (Percentage)
A Equal and above 80%
B Equal and above 70% and less than 80%
C Equal and above 60% and less than 70%
Fail Less than 60%

VI Review and Appeals Process
Students who want their scores reevaluated may appeal for such a request in writing within 7 days of the declaration of the result. The fee for reevaluation is Rs. 1,500/- only, to be paid by Demand Draft, in favor of FPSB India. Written request for reevaluation should be addressed to FPSB India - Knowledge Management Division. The request must include the student’s name, EP name, NCFM / FPSB Registration Number, the examination date, time & venue for which the request is being
made, the fee and the specific reason for a recheck. Requests without the fee will be returned and requests postmarked more than 7 days after the declaration of the result shall not be processed.
Specific query related to a particular question/s, if any, should be pointed out by the student during the course of the examination only. For this the student is expected to submit his/her query in writing to the exam coordinator after completing the examination, while submitting all other examination related documents. Subsequent queries through mail or post to FPSB India shall not be admitted. Also no question/s should be taken out of the examination hall as it shall lead to
disqualification of the candidature.

For more details on Review & Appeals Process candidate can download the Notification on Review Appeals Process from http://www.fpsb.co.in/Upload/Notifications/Notification%20-%20Revaluation%20&%20Appeals%20Process.pdf.
Decision of FPSB India in all matters pertaining to the Exam shall be final and binding to the student.

Priti K Gharat
Astt. Manager - Membership & Certification
Financial Planning Standards Board, India

*For students coming through the Challenge Status Pathway, there shall be a single consolidated Examination.

Earn Your Stripes In Money Matters - Article related to CFP

Article as appeared in Outlook Money magazine in May 22, 2008 issue

It takes a financial planner to make money grow. Here’s how you can be that tending hand (By Pankaj Anup Toppo

Road signs direct you towards your destination. Certified financial planners (CFPs) are much like these signs, and more, as they not only help you reach your financial goals, they also lay the least painful path. Outlook Money has regularly carried financial plans made by CFPs, in which financial paths were charted for individuals with varying needs.

Given the increasing size of our urban mass affluent population, rising aspirations and increase in the variety and complexity of financial products, the demand for CFPs is expected to go up. “At present, there are only around 400 certified financial planners in India,” says Veer Sardesai, a Pune-based financial planner.

Not only individuals, but the financial services industry, too, needs such people. “Financial planners are most sought in a population that earns well and needs expert handling of finances,” says Ranjeet Mudholkar, CEO, Financial Planning and Standards Board (FPSB) of India, the organisation that guides the development and promotion of standards for financial planning professionals in India.

What is financial planning In simple words, it means preparing a financial path to help a person reach his financial goals by using various financial products and using appropriate strategies.

As the profession is new, many erstwhile brokers or agents also call themselves financial planners. Anybody who is in the business of advising on money matters doesn’t automatically become a financial planner. To be the real thing, one needs to fulfil the necessary criteria as laid down by FPSB India. A CFP certification, which you get after going through examinations, gives you additional knowledge that isn’t based solely on ‘experience’.

The eligibility criteria. To become a CFP you will need to undergo the CFP certification programme, which is based on the concept of 4 Es—education, examination, experience and ethics.

There are three ways to do the CFP programme. One, if you do not have a professional qualification like a CA, ICWA or a post-graduate degree in subjects like Economics, Econometrics or Statistics, you need to enrol with an authorised education provider of FPSB. The course has four modules that cover topics like risk management and insurance, tax and estate planning. Two, if you have a professional degree like the ones mentioned above, you can take FPSB’s ‘Challenge Status Programme’. Three, you can also do a post-graduate diploma in Financial Planning from Indian Institute of Banking and Finance.

Before you receive the CFP certification you will need to sign a declaration for adherence to FPSB India’s Code of Ethics and Rules of Professional Conduct.

Depending on the road you follow, you would need to spend about Rs 20,000-90,000 for the CFP course. “Once certified, the person must then fulfil a continuing education requirement annually, by upgrading his knowledge on the current planning strategies and financial trends,” says Mudholkar.

Career options. Once you have completed the course, you can work for someone else or be your own boss. If you want to join an already existing setup, the field is wide open as financial institutions have moved into financial planning and wealth management. “In fact, CFP certified people are being preferred over MBAs in the investment advisory domain such as in banks, life insurance companies and distribution houses,” says Rajiv Deep Bajaj, managing director, Bajaj Capital.

However, if you want to start on your own, you should avoid joining a company because “a job will never teach you how to set up your own business,” says Mumbai-based financial planner Gaurav Mashru-wala. Before you start off on your own, make sure you have the ability and a sufficient client base. “If one doesn’t have a good enough base, one can tie up with an existing financial planner and gain the necessary experience,” says Lovaii Navla-khi, managing director and chief financial planner, International Money Matters.

The stockmarket, too, can indicate if you should hit out on your own. “When the markets are doing well, it is easier to sell market-related products,” says Sardesai. This could make the beginning easier.

Compensation. With a company, you will draw a fixed salary every month (see Planning Your Path). On your own, you need to be very clear on the compensation model you choose. It is advisable to start with a commission-based model. This way you can build up a client list as you start selling financial products like mutual funds and insurance. Slowly you can graduate to a fee-based model. “In a fee-based model, you need to spend time and understand different asset classes, and know the tax structures,” says Sardesai. A fee-based model could also entail visiting people and making plans free of cost for them, till they have faith in your judgement and are ready to pay for your services.

In this model, the fee range is wide—from Rs 7,500-2 lakh—depending on the nature of work, which would typically include making financial plans, reviewing them, or managing portfolios.

A financial planner also earns through sale of financial products like insurance policies and mutual funds. A CFP can be an agent of one life and one general insurance company. For this he will need to get a licence from Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority. For mutual funds, one needs to be certified by Association of Mutual Funds of India, but one can sell products of any number of mutual funds.

The future. Financial planning as a career is at a nascent stage still, but as people become more aware of the benefits of a CFP’s services, it will gain popularity. “I think the demand will be there if you are able to churn out quality CFPs. This is critical because if a CFP is unable to add adequate value, he will be no better than a typical financial planner who isn’t a certified CFP,” says Sardesai. “Currently there are around 10,000 students undergoing the CFP certification programme at various levels,” says Mudholkar. If you want be part of this group and an upcoming profession, don’t waste time. Take the plunge.

Registration Process for Regular Pathway

The Registration Process for the registering as a Student of CFP Certification Education Program is as mentioned below:

1. Select the Education Provider through whom you would like to undergo the CFP Certification Education Program. Click here to choose an Education Provider.

2. Obtain NCFM Number from NSE Website. Click here for procedure

3. Register as a Student Member of FPSB India online & pay the Student Member Fees of Rs. 7,500 through Online Payment Gateway/Demand Draft. The System also allows you to generate your Members Login ID and "Passsword".

4. Submit the signed Student Registration Form, DD if opted and Qualification Documents to your chosen Authorized Education Provider (EP). The documents need to be submitted to the EP within 14 days after registering online along with Education Program fee of Education Provider.

5. EP submits the documents to FPSB India, post verification, within 7 days of receipt from the Student.

6. FPSB India verifies the documents & payment of the application

7. FPSB India activates the Student Registration and online login facility. A confirmation email is sent by FPSB India upon confirmation.

8. A Student can take the Exam 1-4 60 days after the activation.

Registration Process for Challenge Status Pathway

The Registration Process for the registering as a Student of CFP Certification Education Program is as mentioned below:

1. Check your Eligibility Criteria for the Challenge Status Program

2. Choose whether you want to apply directly with FPSB India or through an Education Provider.

3. Obtain NCFM Number from NSE Website. Click here for procedure

4. Register as a Student (Challenge Status Pathway) of FPSB India online & pay the Challenge Status Fee through Online Payment Gateway/DD. The System also allows you to generate your Login ID

5. Submit the signed Challenge Status Registration Form, DD if opted and Qualification Documents to FPSB India (Challenge Status Division) or your Authorized Education Provider (EP) if opted for. The documents needs to be submitted to the FPSB India/EP within 14 days after registering online

6. EP submits the documents to FPSB India, post verification, within 7 days of receipt from the Student.

7. FPSB India verifies the documents & payment of the application.

8. FPSB India activates your registration and online login facility. A confirmation email is sent by FPSB India upon confirmation.

9. A Student can immediately schedule Exam 5 through FPSB India Login facility

The TCS saga: Madhya Pradesh govt biased against Indore?

Indore: The Madhya Pradesh governments delay in clearing the TCS (Tata Consultancy Services) project has drawn ire from residents of Indore. Many city organisations are alleging a bias against Indore.The city has lost eight big projects in the last three years, stalling its development.In 2008, it lost bagging the NIFT (National Institute of Fashion Technology) project to Bhopal, which was surprising since Indore has a huge textile industry and also is closer to the fashion capital of India – Mumbai. In the third phase of the Narmada project, Madhya Pradesh government funded Bhopal to tap the water resources whereas Indore had to take a loan from ADB.

The Indore Municipal Corporation now has a loan of Rs 678 crore due to that. The state government is also alleged to have dished out a step-motherly treatment to Indore in BRTS and other projects.Indore also lost the world-class Railway Station project to the Habibganj Bhopal in 2010.Indore was also reported to be better suited for the metro rail but that too went to Bhopal. Indore was also the frontrunner for the medical university but that went to Jabalpur. The states first international airport also went the Bhopal-way whereas Indores proposal is still stuck in the files. Indore also lost out on the agricultural institute to Gwalior.

This alleged bias against Indore is not new. In 1974, the state government did not give land to International Crop Research Institute in Indore and the Canada governments project went to Hyderabad.

Summary: National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Bhopal, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh website, mobile, contact address and approval / recognition details.