Post Graduation Diploma Management - Banking and Financial Services (PGDM BFSI):
India's Gross Domestic Product growth will have a direct positive impact on Indian Banking Industry and in terms of a study by IBA-FICCI-BCG (Report on August 2011), it will be third largest in asset size in the world by 2025. But as rightly stated by Dy. Governor, RBI during a speech, "being largest is not enough - being efficient is what we have to strive for". Thus, in keeping with the projected growth of the Indian economy and rapid liberalization / reform measures, both the responsibilities as well as opportunities for the Indian Banking Sector are vast. It is said that people are the assets for any organizations more so in financial institutions - be it Banks or Insurance companies. But in reality, all people are 'not assets' - 'right' people are the assets.
Challenges confronting Banking Industry in the immediate future are many - capital, liquidity, sustainability of Financial Inclusions, Infrastructure Financing, Asset Quality, Consolidation to name a few. With these needs in view, iFEEL is launching this course to develop 'quality' bankers through a carefully devised curriculum and exposure to real life situation. The program has on its Academic Board senior professionals from the Bank of India, Bank of Baroda, ICICI Bank, Union Bank of India, and the Central Bank of India.
The present intake is 60 seats to enable personalized attention thereby providing better quality of teaching.