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Goa Institute of Management (GIM) FPM 2022 ! Apply Before 28 February

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Goa, 22 February 2022:  Admissions to the Fellowship Programme in Management, one of the esteemed courses at Goa Institute of Management (GIM) that aims to produce the brightest scholars, are closing on 28 February  2022.

FPM is a full time doctoral programme with three distinct phases – Course Work, Comprehensive Examination & Research Seminar and Thesis work.

All admitted scholars are entitled for scholarship, and will get an opportunity to attend national and international conferences, workshops etc. Monthly stipend of upto Rs.40,000/- per month and On-campus accommodation. Also Tuition Fee is Zero.

Total Seats: The total InTake is 20.

Research Areas:


Big Data Analytics


Human Resources Management


Healthcare Management

Information Technology



Organizational Behavior

Public Policy

Strategic Management

 Key Dates: 

Applications Close: 28 February 2022

Announcement of Results: 15 April 2022

Beginning of Academic year: 01 July 2022


Here’s Priya Kataria, an FPM student talking about why she opted for the Fellow Programme in Management at GIM. 

Eligibility Conditions:  Students with a minimum of 60% marks secured in the qualifying examination can apply for the course.  They should also have a minimum of 60% marks for 12th standard.

The FPM selection criteria will include the evaluation of statement of purpose and research proposal and an interview round before the shortlisting of a candidate.

For eligibility criteria, how to apply and other details, candidates should visit the official website of  Goa Institute of Management (GIM).




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