Concepts n Clarity®

About FRM

  • The FRM® designation boosts your credibility in the field of financial risk management.
  • FRM certification is recognized across the globe as a leader in financial risk management.

Exam Registration

  • The FRM® Part I and Part II exams are held twice a year, in May and November.
  • Details of registration can be found on the GARP website.

Pre Requisite

  • Minimum Eligibility: The candidate should be Graduate or in the Final Year of graduation to pursue FRM Part I Exam.There is no Age bar.
  • To get the charter: Four years of qualified, professional work experience, in addition to passing the FRM part I and II .Prior work expereiance will also count,means if a candidate have 4 year of expereiance ,then just after passing FRM Part I Exam., he/she will get Charter.

Examination Schedule

The FRM program is divided into two parts. Both can be taken on the same day in May or November (although we recommend you to write one part at a time). There are no penalties for incorrect answers. For the most up-to-date exam topics and relative weights, please check the GARP website.

Breakdown of topics covered in part 1

Topics Weighting
Foundations of Risk Management. 20%
Quantitative Analysis 20 %
Financial Markets and Products 30 %
Valuation and Risk Models 30 %

Breakdown of topics covered in part II

Topics Weighting
Market Risk Measurement and Management. 25%
Credit Risk Measurement and Management 25 %
Operational and Integrated Risk Management 25 %
Risk Management and Investment Management 15 %
Current Issues in Financial Markets 10 %

The recommended preparation time is 250 hours for each level.


Regular Classroom Coaching

Fees

  • Standard Fees : 25,000/= (Non negotiable)

Salient Features

  • Small batch size to give individual attention .
  • Expert Faculties and well-equipped classrooms.
  • Student Can take Online/Offline Mock.
  • Flexible batch timings for professionals .

Duration and Batch Timings

Weekends (Morning and Evening Batch).

We will cover entire course in 3.5 months Time.

FRM Part I
Subject Weight Duration
Foundations of Risk Management. 20% 12 Hours
Quantitative Analysis 20 % 12 Hours
Financial Markets and Products 30 16 Hours
Valuation and Risk Models 30 % 26 Hours
Doubt Clearning Sessions 0 8 Hours
Full Lenght Mock Test 00 16 Hours
Mid Term and End Term tests 00 10 Hours

The recommended preparation time is 250 hours.

FRM Part II
Subject Weight Duration
Market Risk Measurement and Management. 25 % 12 Hours
Credit Risk Measurement and Management 25 % 12 Hours
Operational and Integrated Risk Management 25 % 12 Hours
Risk Management and Investment Management 15 % 8 Hours
Current Issues in Financial Markets 10 % 4 Hours
Doubt Clearning Sessions 0 8 Hours
Full Lenght Mock Test 00 16 Hours
Mid Term and End Term tests 00 10 Hours

The recommended preparation time is 250 hours .

Online Live Coaching

Fees

  • Standard Fees : 25,000/= (Non negotiable)

Salient Features

  • Just like in a real-world classroom, a student in a virtual classroom participates in synchronous instruction, which means that the teacher and students are logged into the virtual learning environment at the same time.
  • Students will be provided Login Details to join the live session after they register for Free DEMO.
  • Flexible batch timings for professionals .

Duration and Batch Timings

Weekends ( Evening Batch).

We will cover entire course in 3 months Time.

Subject Weight Duration
Foundations of Risk Management. 20% 12 Hours
Quantitative Analysis 20 % 12 Hours
Financial Markets and Products 30 16 Hours
Valuation and Risk Models 30 % 26 Hours
Doubt Clearning Sessions 0 8 Hours
Full Lenght Mock Test 00 16 Hours
Mid Term and End Term tests 00 10 Hours

The recommended preparation time is 250 hours.

FRM Part II
Subject Weight Duration
Market Risk Measurement and Management. 25 % 12 Hours
Credit Risk Measurement and Management 25 % 12 Hours
Operational and Integrated Risk Management 25 % 12 Hours
Risk Management and Investment Management 15 % 8 Hours
Current Issues in Financial Markets 10 % 4 Hours
Doubt Clearning Sessions 0 8 Hours
Full Lenght Mock Test 00 16 Hours
Mid Term and End Term tests 00 10 Hours

The recommended preparation time is 250 hours .

Extensive Classroom Coaching

Fees

  • Standard Fees : 75,000/= (Non negotiable)

Salient Features

  • Personalized attention .
  • UNLIMITED DOUBT CLEARING AND TOPICS WILL BE TAUGHT REPEATEDLY UNTIL A STUDENT GRAPS IT.
  • Full support till exam date.
  • Crash course included.
  • Study material and exclusive professor's notes will be provided.
  • We have 100 percent pass rate in this format.
  • Expert Faculties and well-equipped classrooms.
  • Flexible batch timings for professionals .

There are three possible registration deadlines for each FRM Exam, and fee increases with each subsequent deadline
Part 1 May 2019
Deadline Date Fees
1st 31st January, 2019 $400 + $350
2nd 28thFebruary, 2019 $400 + $475
3rd 15thApril, 2019 $400 + $650
Part II and Returning May 19
Deadlines Date Fees
1st. 31stJanuary, 2019 $350
2nd 28thFebruary,2019 $475
3rd 15thApril,2019 $650
What is FRM ?

The Financial Risk Manager (FRM®) Exam is the globally recognized standard for measuring the skills and knowledge of those who manage financial risk. A practice-oriented examination offered in two parts, questions are designed to relate theory to practical, real-world, problems. As such, candidates are expected to understand risk management concepts and approaches as they would apply to a risk manager?s day-to-day activities. The FRM Exam Part I focuses on the essential tools and concepts required to assess financial risk. Passing the FRM Exam Part I is the first step for an individual to become a Certified FRM.

What type of exams are these ?

Time Limit: 4 hours
Cost: Varies
Number of Questions: 100
Format: Multiple Choice
Prerequisites: None
Corequisites: None
Exam Date(s): May and November
Exam Results: Usually provided within 60 days
Official Exam Website: http://www.garp.org/frm/

What is the syllabus of FRM part I ?
Part 1 curriculum covers the tools used to assess risk
  • Foundations of Risk Management (20%)
  • Quantitative Analysis (20%)
  • Financial Markets and Products (30%)
  • Valuation and Risk Models (30%)
What is the Eligibility Criteria for FRM ?
  • Have a bachelor's (or equivalent) degree or be in the final year of your bachelor's degree program at the time of registration*.
  • Have a valid Identity card with date of issuance and expiry like Driving License or Passport .
  • As fees are to be paid by credit cards only .One needs to have a credit card with limit of around 35 thousand INR(but fees varies).
  • You should have a good understanding of Quantitative analysis (Stats) as well as of Economics and Financial Market Instruments (Stock market products) .
What types of Calculators are permitted in the Exam ?

Only two calculator models are authorized for use during FRA exams:

  • Texas Instruments BA II Plus (including BA II Plus Professional)
  • Hewlett Packard 12C (including the HP 12C Platinum, 12C Platinum 25th anniversary edition, 12C 30th anniversary edition, and HP 12C Prestige)

We recommend BA II plus.

Where we get the study material ?

There are many online and offline source

  • Syudy material is not provided by GARP Board .
  • For online source you can visit Investopedia,the link is provided in the footer of this website.We are also working in this direction to make available online notes on this website .

*contact us for Hard copy of the notes

Can I pass the FRM Exam if I do poorly in One Section ?

You may still pass the FRM Level I and II Exam even if you fare poorly in one section, but don't count on it.

What score do I need to pass the exams ?

The GARP Board does not revel the passing score. However a rough estimate after reviewing score card of many students our institute held that score of 60% is safe.

This means that one needs to attempt around 55 questions out of 100 correct.We are assuming here that 5 bonus will come from blind guess.

Can I take both part I and II on the same day ?

Yes .

Why Us

Do you provide a free Demo class ?

Yes, we allow students to take two free classes.We do not organize dummy Demo class.In fact we start with Quant,which is supposed to be toughest part of CFA and in IInd Demo we touch Financial Reporting analysis.If one gains substantial understanding of these two grey area then rest of the syllabus is just a piece of cake .

. Why Concepts N Clarity® ?

  • Free DEMO.
  • Our first lecture (DEMO), where we generally take up hardest part of syllabus gives a student fair understanding of our academic standard and style of teaching before paying course fees.
  • Small batch size to give Personalized attention .
  • Expert Faculties and well-equipped classrooms.
  • Our Faculties maintain very orderly pattern and pace throughout the course .
  • Flexible batch timings .
  • Excellent Pass rate.
  • You can either buy an online or Face to Face coaching package.

What is the minimum duration of course ?

We have one weekend/holiday program for working professionals and one regular class for full time student.We generally cover course 15 days before exam schedule.

When is the next Demo class ?

Pls Visit our home page for detail .




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