A number of banks have started recruiting officers through the Manipal School of Banking or NIIT School of Banking courses after selecting the candidates through online examination followed by group discussion and interview. The selected candidates are made to undergo a course on banking and finance along with practical training at branches along with that. The candidates need to enroll themselves in the course after their selection and need to pay the course fee which is usually given to them as educational loans by the respective banks. Candidates need to repay the loans after they are absorbed in the banks at the end of the training period.
PG Diploma in Banking and Finance: Why is it useful?
PG Diploma in Banking and Finance course is designed at equipping the candidates with necessary skills to be successful bankers at the end of their course periods. This is beneficial to the candidates on certain aspects:
PG Diploma in Banking and Finance: Why is it criticized?
The PG Diploma in Banking and Finance sector course often gets criticized because of the hefty course fee the students need to pay to the bank and along with that, they need to sign a bond to serve the bank for five years or else, they need to pay heavy compensation to the bank.
PG Diploma in Banking and Finance Programme offered by various banks in collaboration with Manipal School of Banking or NIIT School of Banking is very good for bankers since they come from different backgrounds. It may not be a good option in the short run but you are determined to be a banker and you want to be a good one, this programme will help you a lot in realizing that dream of yours.
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