FMS Inviting Faculty Guests for Banking System and Entrepreneurship

FMS has started inviting guest faculty for lectures on Indian Banking System and Entrepreneurship.

Created On: Jan 19, 2015 03:33 IST

University of Faculty Management Studies has started inviting lecturers for Indian Banking System and Entrepreneurship to impart practical knowledge of the streams.

The faculty invited two guest faculties for lecture on 'Indian Banking System' and ‘Entrepreneurship’ by faculty alumnus Pathik Gandotra, who is an electronics and communication engineer by profession and founder director of Dron Capital and by business strategist and consultant J C Shukla, who is a mechanical engineer by profession.

During Lecture on Indian Banking System, students were explained about the capital adequacy to be kept by a bank, what is banks' capital, how it is being generated and what it means to investors and customers. The concepts such as types of capitals, types of funds, different types of rating system and who decides these rates were also kept forward. In the lecture of Entrepreneurship students were briefed on concepts related to Entrepreneurship through information and communication technology (ICT).

Important Points:

  • University of Faculty Management Studies has started inviting lecturers for banking system and entrepreneurship to impart practical knowledge of the streams
  • Pathik Gandotra and J C Shukla were invited as guest faculties
  • The students were explained about the capital adequacy and concepts related to Entrepreneurship through information and communication technology (ICT)

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