‘Premier Banker’ upskilling course introduced by IIT-Madras for promoting financial literacy

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The Indian Institute of Technology, Madras’ (IIT-Madras) Digital Skills Academy has sent off an upskilling program called ‘Premier Banker’ as a team with InFact Pro.

Interested candidates ought to have a four year certification in any discipline. College students in the second or third year of their graduation will likewise be considered for enrolment. Related knowledge in the banking or monetary administrations area is favored yet not obligatory.

This program has been intended to give a top to bottom comprehension of banking and money, advanced banking, shared assets, alongside concentrated preparation for investigation and figure of monetary wellbeing, banking and monetary tool compartment and a careful establishment of crucial standards of banking and money.

After completion of level-1, the students will be coordinated to work in a financial climate for quite some time. Upon fruitful culmination of modules, applicants will get an endorsement from the Center for Continuing Education, IIT Madras.

Steps to enroll:

Stage 1: Visit the InfactPro’s site – infactpro.com

Stage 2: Choose ‘IIT certification’ starting from the drop menu of ‘courses’ on the home page.

Stage 3: Click on the enrollment link  for ‘Program in Premier Banker’.

Stage 4: Click on the option ‘Enroll now’

Stage 5: Check all details and look towards the finish of the page to enroll.

Stage 6: Fill all subtleties, transfer archives and click on ‘register’.

This program will be instructed in English and will have 250 hours of hypothesis. The course expense is Rs 59,000 (comprehensive of duty). Interested candidates can visit IIT-Madras official site – iitm.ac.in – or InfactPro’s site – infactpro.com – to get more subtleties and select.

The course is being directed by IIT Madras’ Digital Skills Academy, which has been offering digital programs with in excess of 25 courses beginning around 2018. DSA is led by Shri. Lakshmi Narayanan, Founder CEO of Cognizant Technology Solutions, and Prof. M. S. Ananth, previous Director of IIT Madras and the author of computerized web based learning in India through NPTEL.

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