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'Does Foreign Currency Borrowing Make Firms Vulnerable? Experience of Emerging India' - Prof. Abhisek Sur, Prof. Amarendu Nandy & Prof. Partha Ray; Published in 'Journal of Policy Modeling'; Volume 46, Issue 3; May–June 2024   , 'Supply Shocks, Digital Money, Corporate Governance, Productivity, and the Pandemic - Themes in Money, Banking and Finance' - Prof. Partha Ray (Guest Editor); Published in 'Economic & Political Weekly'; May 25, 2024   , 'Corporate Social Responsibility and Bank’s Systemic Risk Contribution - A Panel Study of Indian Banks' - Prof. Abhijit Biswas, Prof. Arindam Das & Prof. Arindam Bandyopadhyay; Published in 'Economic & Political Weekly'; May 25, 2024   , 'Rating Accuracy and Default Risk - Is Model Risk a Concern for Indian Banks?' - Prof. Arindam Bandyopadhyay; Published in 'Economic & Political Weekly'; May 4, 2024   , NIBM Executive Training Programme Calendar at a Glance (2024-25)   , NIBM HR Conference 2024 - Talent Management in Banks in the AI Age   , 'A Study on Lender Participation in Peer to Peer Lending' - Prof. Kaushik Mukerjee; Published in 'Marketing Intelligence & Planning'; Vol. 42, No. 1; 2024   , 'Interaction between Credit Risk, Liquidity Risk, and Bank Solvency Performance: A Panel Study of Indian Banks' - Prof. Arindam Bandyopadhyay & Ms. Mayuri Saxena; Published in 'Indian Economic Review'; December 23, 2023   , 'The Merger of HDFC Limited with HDFC Bank' - Dr. M. Manickaraj & Prof. Anjan Roy; Published in 'Economic & Political Weekly'; November 11, 2023   , 'The Dairy Meltdown' - Dr. Dipali Krishnakumar & Dr. Madhavi Sethi; Published in Asian Journal of Management Cases; Nov. 14, 2023   , 54th NIBM Foundation Day Celebrations   , Release of NIBM's Flagship Publication 'IBFR 2022' by the Honourable Deputy Governor of RBI   , NIBM's Executive Training Programmes Receive ISO 9001 : 2015 Certification for Sixth Year Running  


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About NIBM / Vision

The National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM) was established in 1969 by the Reserve Bank of India, in consultation with the Government of India, as an autonomous apex institution for research, training, education and consultancy in bank management. Its mandate is to play a proactive role as a 'think-tank' of the nation's banking system. NIBM is part of the grand vision of giving a new direction to the banking industry in India and making the industry a more cost-effective instrument for … Read More

Life@NIBM

The Institute is located in sylvan surroundings in a picturesque valley in the Pune city in the State of Maharashtra. The Campus is spread over a 62 acre plot of undulating landscape with minimum of distraction and pollution. It has its own self-contained campus with complete residential accommodation for faculty, staff and students.

The campus is well equipped with number of lecture halls/ classrooms, where at any given time, five to six training programmes can be conducted simultaneously besides the PDGM classes. It has well furnished hostels, for the bank executives, and EDP hostel … Read More

NIBM Publications

The Institute, has a variety of publications to its credit in the form of books, monographs, journals, reports, mimeographs and working papers in tandem with its research and training functions. Apart from over 100 books published so far, a major activity is the regular publication of two quarterly journals … Read More

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The National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM) was established in 1969 by the Reserve Bank of India, in consultation with the Government of India, as an autonomous apex institution for research, training, education and consultancy in bank management. Its mandate is to play a proactive role as a 'think-tank' of the nation's banking system. NIBM is part of the grand vision of giving a new direction to the banking industry in India and making the industry a more cost-effective instrument for national development. Therefore, helping the managers in their endeavour to make their organisations competitive both in domestic and international markets is the mission of the Institute.

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NIBM, an autonomous academic institution, is controlled by the Governing Board, its highest policy-making body. The Governor of the Reserve Bank of India (the central bank of the country) is the Chairman of the Governing Board. The Institute is engaged in Research (Banking Policy and Operations), Education (PGDM) and Training (senior bank executives), apart from providing Consulting support to the banking and financial sector. As an institution of advanced learning, NIBM is well-equipped to train executives to function in a multicultural and global environment. By providing interdisciplinary modules of theory and practical learning, participants are oriented to become masters in problem-solving.

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In a year the Institute, on an average, conducts about 150 training programmes in various functional areas as well as conferences and seminars addressing issues of topical concern related to the banking and financial services industry. Over 3,500 participants, including about 250 from various developing nations attend the NIBM training programmes every year. The Institute is located in sylvan surroundings within Pune city in the State of Maharashtra. The lush green campus is spread over a 62-acre plot of undulating landscape with minimum of distraction and pollution. It has its own self-contained campus with complete residential and educational facilities.

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The 'Post-Graduate Programme in Banking and Finance (PGPBF)', introduced in the year 2003-04 to groom new generation managers for the banking and financial services industry, is an additional key identity of the Institute. The PGPBF was renamed as 'Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (Banking & Financial Services)' / PGDM (B&FS) from the year 2013 onwards, following its recognition by AICTE.

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