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    What is the fees for BFM?
    -nawaz -Updated on Oct-03-20201 Answers
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    Rahul Raj, Student / Alumni

    Dear Student,

    The fee for the Bachelor of Financial Markets (BFM) can vary from one college to another. In most of the fee for BFM will be in between 45,000/- to Rs 1,00,000/- per annum.

    You can check the list of BFM colleges in India from our official website. And if you want any information about any other college then fill our Common Application Form (CAF) or talk to our admission counsellor at 18005729877 (toll-free).

    Thank you.

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    Shreya Sareen, CollegeDekho Expert

    Dear Student,

    You can apply to any of the programs with 81% marks in 12th. Bachelor of Financial Markets (BFM) will offer you practical as well as theoretical knowledge of planning, monitoring, directing, organizing and controlling the capital resources of any organization in an effective way. On the other hand, Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) will offer in-depth knowledge of economics, business studies, human resource management and some relevant skills that are required to run an organisation smoothly. Duration of the programs is 3 years. You can go through the syllabus of both the programs to know what topics will be covered in the course.

    Some of the well known BMS colleges in India are BSE Institute Limited, MumbaiRathinam Group of Institutions, Coimbatore and Ganpat University, Mehsana.

    Some of the well known BFM colleges in India are S.N. Sinha Institute Of Business Management, Ranchi and Smt. M.M.K College of Commerce And Economics, Mumbai.

    Fill our Common Application Form for admission related guidance.

    Thank You

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