The Institute The National Institute of Financial Management (NIFM) was set up in 1993 on the basis of a proposal made by Ministry of Finance, which was approved by the Union Cabinet. The Union Cabinet envisaged that NIFM would begin as a training institution for officers recruited by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) through the annual Civil Service Examinations and allocated to the various services responsible for manning senior and top management posts dealing with accounts and finance in the Government of India.
Director's Message "I take it as a privilege to join the National Institute of Financial Management as its Director." NIFM was initially conceptualized as an apex Institution for centralized training of Civil Services Probationers recruited through the Union Public Service Commission of India, belonging to various participating accounting services. However, over the years NIFM not only widened its scope of training but has also diversified by increasing the band width of its activities. Today it imparts training to officers of Government of India,..
Faculties NIFM faculty have studied and worked in the best of institutions within India and around the world. Their involvement with public and private organizations internationally allows them to bring relevant management issues into the classroom and in their research. This creates an exceptional environment for developing a range of programmes that can build sound theory for analyzing complex financial management issues.
Management Development Programmes (MDP) The Institute conducts large number of short duration courses (Management Development Programmes) in the areas of Public Expenditure Management, Budgeting, Public Financial Administration, Financial Management, Accounting, Internal Audit, Procurement, IT, HR, etc. All the MDPs whether open or sponsored are generally residential Programmes.
- List of Short-listed Candidates for Personal Interview (FPM 2013-2017)
- Final List of Officers for PGDM(FM) 2013-15
- Admission Fellowship Programme in Management (2013-17)
- PGPFM (1yr Full Time) Candidates shortlisted for interview
- Management Development Programmes (Calendar of 2013-14)
- Call for Papers