Diploma in Banking and Finance
The Indian Banking and Financial services sector, expanding at a CAGR of nine percent, is one of the fastest growing verticals of the Indian economy. A large number of jobs will be created in the BFSI sector in the coming years, creating huge career opportunities for young Indians, especially those who have completed their graduation & Diploma in Banking and Finance from a recognized institution.
Semester -1 (Computer Fundamentals)
- Operating System, Desktop Setting, Windows.
- MS Office – Word , Excel , Advanced Excel , Power Point, Internet Technology, Google Search, Mailing through web browser, Intro of Customize application software
Semester – II (Banking)
- Introduction of Bank – Bank and Structure of a Bank
- Role of RBI, KYC Documents
- Role of Help Desk / Teller Counter / Personal Banker / Branch Sales Officer / Relationship Manager / Branch Manager
- Current Account / Saving Account / RD Account / Flexi Account
- Debit Card / Credit Cards
- Online Banking
- RTGS / NEFT / Demand Draft / Banker Cheque
- Fixed Deposits
- Loans – Personal Loan / Housing Loan / Mortgage Loan / Business Loan / MSME Loans / Two Wheeler – Four Wheeler Loans / Consumer Loans / Pradhanmantri Mudra Yojna
- Lead Generation
- Fixing an appointment
- Client Meeting
- Opening up deal
- Outdoor activity
- Need based analysis
- Need generation
- Product details
- Comparison with other products
- Closing up Deal and Follow up
Semester – 3 ( Personality Development / Interview Skills )
- Dress Code & Presentation
- Interview Techniques
- Public Speaking
- Mock Presentation
- Mock Interview
- Final Assessment
Semester -4 ( Tally Financial Accounting )
- Computerized Accounting & Inventory
- Invoice, Voucher & Payroll
- Tally Certification
Semester – 5 (GST & Taxation)
- GST & Tally
Semester – 6 (Hardware & Networking)
- Need of Hardware & Networking knowledge in Banking Sector.
After completing Diploma in Banking and Finance, a candidate can be placed as:
- Client Relationship Partner,
- Banking Representative, Sales Officer.
- Financial, Business Analyst.
- Wealth Manager, Financial advisor, financial planner.
- Cashier, Relationship Officer.
- BDM, Executive
The banking industry is one of the most important sectors of the Indian economy. With the rapid growth and evolution of the products and services offered by banks and an increasing requirement for financial inclusion in our country, there is a huge demand for professionals with specialized knowledge and skills. These include areas like Commercial Banking, Credit Management, Trade Finance, and Investment Banking