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BSE Institute inks MoU with T-govt create financial education centre

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Hyderabad | Thursday, Nov 10 2016 IST
 
BSE Institute Ltd (BIL) today entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge (TASK) to set up a center of excellence for financial education centre in the state.

The agreement was held at the ongoing CII Global Skill Summit here.

The primary focus of the MoU will be on training and skilling of youth in the capital markets and finance sector in the state of Telangana.

The BIL is a wholly owned subsidiary of BSE Limited and is a premier institute in financial and capital markets training. It is the most sought after institution in the Indian Securities Market by market participants, as well as government and other regulatory bodies.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr Ambarish Datta, Managing Director and CEO of BSE Institute Ltd, said, The Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) sector is one of the fastest growing sectors in the country and is expected to continue to grow rapidly. The state of Telangana has been a source of skilled professionals, who are employed not only in various parts of India, but also all over the world.

We are confident that this collaboration with the TASK will help us create an exceptional global talent pool for the very challenging BFSI industry, he added.Mr. Sujiv Nair, CEO Telangana Academy for Skills and Knowledge (TASK) said that this MOU is a joint effort to skill and certify graduates in the Financial sector, introduce courses that will not only be as per the National Occupational Standards, but also match global standards in this domain and explore skilling programs for engineering graduates in the Fintech space."UNI KNR RSA 1945

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