In order to impart education and training in financial marketing management to teachers, who would then pass on the same to the students, National Stock Exchange (NSE) has tied up with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The training is expected to be given to students. The teachers thus trained would deliver their knowledge to the students of classes 9 and 10.
Teachers from around 15,000 schools across the nation would be trained under the course. The teachers who would undergo the training would then impart knowledge and education to the school students in return, increasing the number of beneficiaries manifold. The teachers would have to undergo an intensive training programme which would be conducted both by National Stock Exchange (NSE) and Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Upon completion of the programme the teachers would be able to teach the students of classes 9 and 10, the financial market management subject, which is soon going to introduce from the 2015-16 academic session.
According to the bourse’ managing director and CEO Chitra Ramkrishna, “The course will help to spread financial literacy which will create stronger roots and will ultimately transform India into a strong economic super power.” This would further strengthen the claims of CBSE which is going to introduce financial marketing management in its schools.
The CBSE would introduce Financial Market Management as a vocational course under the National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF) at Level I and Level II. This would be for classes 9 and 10 students and would begin from the 2015-16 session.