Indian Bank to induct 40 students pursuing M.Sc. (BFA) programme at JMI
The Department of Economics of Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) organised a special lecture for the students of recently introduced self-financed M.Sc. in Banking and Financial Analytics (BFA) course as a part of the university’s centenary year celebrations.
Senior Zonal Manager of Indian Bank, Mr. Rakesh Kumar Agrawal, delivered a special key note address on “Evaluation of Indian Bank: Issues & Challenges since 15th August 1907 (Foundation Day of Indian Bank)”.
During the lecture, he said that the Indian Bank would induct all 40 students pursuing M.Sc. (BFA) after completion of the fourth semester of internship-cum-project.
The M.Sc. (BFA) programme introduced on October 1, 2019 works on the foundation of skill development and employability in the digital era. It is designed to provide students with hands on experience and training through the route of internship, culminating in their placement.
The lecture was attended among others by faculty members, research scholars and students of the department.
At the concluding session, the Head of the Department, Prof. Halima Sadia Rizvi, said that the course was conceived with the idea of creating job opportunities for its students in banking sector.