About the Program
This course will give you exposure to the Banking and Financial Sector in India. You will gain a better understanding of the job role of a Banking and Non- Banking Financial Companies (NBFC) representative, which is to supply Microfinance loans in the respective locations where the bank doesn’t have a presence to push financial inclusion.
With 100+ hrs of Master led training program, you will learn various loan products and policies and acquire skills for selling these products to customers, through activities and exercises. By end of this program, you will be able to achieve confidence and find success in your career aspirations.
This course will,
- Help you learn the concepts of general banking including deposits and different types of loans.
- Enable you to classify the different types of microfinance models
- Enable you to identify the advantages/disadvantages of each Microfinance model.
- Make you aware about various types of Risk and the roles of different internal functions in mitigating these risks
- Enable you to evaluate microfinance trends and types of borrowers to ensure in scaling up the business
We hope that you will gain the required knowledge from this program and demonstrate the skills learnt.
All the best!
In this module, you will come to know about various financial regulators in the financial industry.
The Indian banking industry has recently witnessed the roll-out of innovative banking models like payments and small finance banks. RBIâ€™s new measures may go a long way in helping the restructuring of the domestic banking industry. This module will aim at helping you to understand the Financial Intermediaries and Structure of the Indian Banking System.
The main source of income of a commercial bank is the difference between rates which they charge to borrowers and pay to depositors. This module will aim at helping you to understand the functions and features of banks and how they make money.
This module aims at learning about the meaning of NBFC and types of different NBFCs available in Indian Financial Market. It will also describe the difference between NBFC and Bank and different serviced offered by NBFCs.
Financial inclusion is expected to make significant changes in the economy, especially in the rural economy. This module will aim at helping you to know the importance of Financial Inclusion and the institutions supporting Financial Inclusion.
This module aims at learning about the monetary policy of RBI and different rates applicable by Reserve Bank of India.
This modules aims at learning about the meaning of microfinance, history and evaluation of microfinance, role and importance of microfinance, the activities involved in microfinance, risk associated with microfinance, features and goals of Microfinance, various microfinance channels, about self-help groups, joint liability groups and microfinance institutions (MFI’s), need for microfinance the gap between demand and supply and presenting the micro-finance products to the potential customers.
This module aims at learning about the development process through microfinance, microfinance interventions through different organizations, the demand and supply gap of microfinance and presenting the microfinance products to the potential customers.
This module aims at learning about the Loans in detail the meaning of loan, different types of loans available with banks and NBFCs as well as products categorization as per the segments.
This module aims at learning about the lead generation and customer profiling at the NBFC for different loan products.
Bank has laid down Customer Identification Procedure to be carried out at different stages i.e. while establishing a banking relationship; carrying out a financial transaction or when the bank has a doubt about the authenticity/veracity or the adequacy of the previously obtained customer identification data. This module will aim at helping you to know about Know your customer and Anti- Money Laundering and its importance in banking.
This module aims at familiarizing you with the loan application process & credit application process.
This module aims at learning about the Loan Collection process in NBFC/Banks for microfinance as a whole
EduBridge’s programs are designed to offer learners a pathway to placements and its certificate is an official credential for the learners.
On satisfying the attendance criteria requisite and by successfully clearing the assessments with a 50% score and above, learners will be awarded a Certificate of Achievement.
Learners who are unable to clear all the assessments and have scored less than 50% but fulfilled the attendance criteria will be awarded a Certificate of Completion.
*Don’t forget to add Certificate in your course package to complete the purchase.
The deadline is pre-set for 3 days from the time of notification. You need to complete your Assessments within 3 days failing which it will become inactive.
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