A. Tami­la­rasi (fourth from left), Min­is­ter for Adi Dravi­dar Wel­fare, hand­ing over ap­point­ment let­ters to three top­pers at the train­ing pro­gramme of­fered by the In­sti­tute of Fi­nance, Bank­ing and In­surance. Chan­drakant B. Kam­ble, Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor; Viswanat

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cre­at­ing its own niche in de­vel­op­ing in­dus­try-ready pro­fes­sion­als for the Bank­ing & Fi­nan­cial Ser­vices sec­tor. The start­ing salaries vary from 1.5 lacs to 3.04 lacs. IFBI has rich Bank­ing, Fi­nance & In­surance do­main knowl­edge. In case you are a grad­u­ate, you can pur­sue Post Grad­u­ate Di­ploma in Bank­ing & fi­nan­cial Ser­vices (PGDBFS). It’s a 3 month full time pro­gram. Classes will be held 5 days a week and on each day you will be taught for 5 hrs. The fee for PGDBFS is Rs. 50,000. In case you pay the fee in lump sum, then you will just have to pay Rs 45,000 in to­tal­ity get­ting a dis­count ben­e­fit of Rs 5000. In case you are an un­der­grad­u­ate (still in col­lege or work­ing), you can pur­sue Hon­ours Di­ploma in Bank­ing & Fi­nan­cial Ser­vices (HDBFS). It’s a 20 month part time pro­gram, de­signed keep­ing in mind the col­lege/work­ing hours. The fee is Rs.65,000. In case you pay the fee in lump sum, then you will just have to pay Rs 60,000 in to­tal­ity get­ting a dis­count ben­e­fit of Rs 5000 Ini­tially, you can start with 2 semesters pro­gram called Di­ploma in Bank­ing & Fi­nance (DBFS) and then up­grade to HDBFS. The DBFS fee is Rs 30,000. In case you pay the fee in lump sum, then you will just have

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