IIT-Madras launches ‘Premier Banker’ course to promote financial literacy

Interested candidates should hold a bachelor’s degree in any discipline. Undergraduate students in their second or third year of their degree will also be considered for registration. Prior banking or financial services experience is preferred but not required.

This program has been designed to provide an in-depth understanding of banking and finance, digital banking, mutual funds, etc., as well as intensive training in financial health analysis and forecasting, a banking and financial toolbox and in-depth training on the fundamentals of banking and finance.

After completing Level 1, students will be directed to work in a banking environment for six months. Upon successful completion of the modules, candidates will receive a certificate from the Center for Continuing Education, IIT Madras.

How to register :

Step 1: Visit InfactPro official website — infactpro.com

Step 2: Choose “IIT Certification” from the “Courses” drop-down menu on the homepage.

Step 3: Click on the registration link for ‘Premier Banker Program’.

Step 4: Click “Register Now”.

Step 5: Check all the details and scroll to the end of the page to register.

Step 6: Fill in all the details, upload the documents and click “register”.

This program will be taught in English and will include 250 hours of theory. The price of the course is Rs 59,000 (taxes included). Interested candidates can visit the official website of IIT-Madras – iitm.ac.in – or the website of InfactPro – infactpro.com – for more details and registration.

The course is delivered by IIT Madras’ Digital Skills Academy, which offers online training programs with more than 25 courses since 2018. DSA is chaired by Shri. Lakshmi Narayanan, Founding CEO of Cognizant Technology Solutions, and Professor MS Ananth, Former Director of IIT Madras and Founder of Online Digital Learning in India through NPTEL.

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