Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Financial

Banking industry across the world is growing and hence in constant demand for fresh professionals with good awareness about the industry. This course prepares learners with all essential and vital information to start a promising career in banking industry.

With 400 hours (1 year) of focused effort covering all segments of the banking industry, this course covers not only the principles of banking but also provides great insight into the most modern aspects of Banking IT, Core Banking Solutions, and Cyber Security. This course also covers futuristic banking opportunities and challenges that includes Progressive Digitalization of Banking, Data Mining, Business Analytics, Banking Apps, Crypto Money, etc.

This course is aligned to JAIIB syllabus and adequate support will be provided to learners who intend to appear for JAIIB examination.

Courses are delivered in 2 hours sessions on weekdays. With online classes and as well as offline classes in selected Ibis campuses, this course allows learners to choose their mode of learning.

Ibis provides strong assistance for the progress of each and every learner so that they can land in a career path that best fits them. Our Placement cell offers continuous support at every stage in this journey.

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Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Financial Services

Banking industry across the world is growing and hence in constant demand for fresh professionals with good awareness about the industry. This course prepares learners with all essential and vital information to start a promising career in banking industry.

With 400 hours (1 year) of focused effort covering all segments of the banking industry, this course covers not only the principles of banking but also provides great insight into the most modern aspects of Banking IT, Core Banking Solutions, and Cyber Security. This course also covers futuristic banking opportunities and challenges that includes Progressive Digitalization of Banking, Data Mining, Business Analytics, Banking Apps, Crypto Money, etc.

This course is aligned to JAIIB syllabus and adequate support will be provided to learners who intend to appear for JAIIB examination.

Courses are delivered in 2 hours sessions on weekdays. With online classes and as well as offline classes in selected Ibis campuses, this course allows learners to choose their mode of learning.

Ibis provides strong assistance for the progress of each and every learner so that they can land in a career path that best fits them. Our Placement cell offers continuous support at every stage in this journey.

Career Options

The industry offers a variety of roles in the semiconductor industry including

Bank Branch Manager

Financial Accountant

Asset Manager

Bank Teller

Financial Manager

Financial Service Representatives

, Sales Executive

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Career Opportunities

Course Delivery

Curriculum

Evolution of Banking

Learners are able to describe:

  • Evolution of banking in the international and national perspective
  • Indian banking after the independence
  • Bank Nationalization and mass banking
  • Structure of Banking and financial services domain.
Banking related laws and Rules.
  • Indian Contract Act 1872.
  • Negotiable Instrument Act 1881.
  • Transfer of Property Act 1882.
  • Banker’s Book of Evidence Act 1891.
  • Indian Stamp Act 1899.
  • Partnership act 1932.
  • Reserve Bank of India Act 1934.
  • Banking Regulation Act 1949.
  • Income Tax Act 1961.
  • Banking Ombutsman Scheme under section 35 A of banking Regulation Act 1935.
  • State Bank of India Act 1955.
  • Indian Companies Act 1956/ 2013.
  • Law of Limitation Act 1963.
  • Consumer Protection Act 1986.
  • Lenders Liability Act 1996.
  • Prevention of Money Laundering Act 2002.
  • Information Technology Act 2002.
  • Right of Information Act 2005.
  • Limited Liability Partnership Act 2009.
  • Protection against Harassment of Women at Work place Act 2013.
  • Goods and Services Act 2017.
  • Other relevant laws affecting bankers.
Wholesale Banking.

Learners are able to distinguish between target group of customers, various wholesale banking products covering liability and asset sides, wholesale banking Processes, corporate financing, project financing, loan syndication, consortium loans, and financing to Export/Import

SME and MSME banking

Learners are able to distinguish between target group of customers, various SME/ MSME banking products covering liability and asset sides, SME/MSME banking Processes, compliance to various regulatory instructions, and credit processes relating to various strata of customers

Agricultural Banking.

Learners are able to distinguish between target group of customers, various agricultural banking products covering liability and asset sides, agricultural banking processes, compliance to various regulatory instructions, scale of finance relating to various agricultural Crops, allied agricultural activities, etc

Internal Processes of Banks

Learners can analyze distinguish Credit Processing, NPA Management, Centralized Processing Units, Inspection & Audit Systems

Business Development & Marketing in Banks
  • Learners can manage
  • Sales Process.
  • Market Study.
  • Product Design.
  • Environment Mapping,
  • Customer Identification,
  • Dealing with Objections.
  • Closing the Sales
  • Follow up service
Principles and Practices of Banking.

The learners are able to explain

  • General bank accounting,
  • Debit and Credit entries
  • Balance Sheet and Profit Loss accounts and Fund Flow statements
Regulatory environment

Learners discuss the regulatory environment including:

  • Government of India.
  • State Governments.
  • Reserve bank of India.
  • Securities and Exchange Board of India.
  • Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India.
  • AMFI.
Major Business segments and areas of Banking

Learners are able to discuss retail Banking, Wholesale Banking, SME and MSME Banking, Agricultural Banking, Foreign Exchange, Treasury Operations, Trade Finance, Digital/ Technology based products, IT in Banking, Core banking, and Cash Transactions.

Retail banking

Learners are able to distinguish between different target group of customers, and various retail banking products. Learners can also describe various retail banking processes as well as branch banking network and its operations.

International Banking (Foreign Exchange, Treasury Operations and Trade Finance)

Learners are able to distinguish between target group of customers, export and Import. Pre sanction and Post Sanction Finance, trade finance including Bill negotiations, Letter of Credits and Bank Guarantees, UCPDC and related aspects, compliance of Regulatory requirements, maintaining profitable treasury operations, etc

Banking IT, Core Banking Solution and Cyber Security

Learners can discuss IT environment of the Bank, centralized data processing, anywhere banking, mobile banking, cyber security-Preventing Cyber-attacks, disaster recovery management, business continuation plans, etc.

Digital/ Tech Based Products

Learner can explain ATMs, Internet Banking, Mobile Banking, Phone Banking, WhatsApp banking, SMS Banking, Digital Account opening, Inter Bank Digital transactions and Digital Cheque Clearing.

Regulatory & Compliance aspects in Banking

Learners can apprise major regulators in the Banking Industry (GOI, State Government, RBI, SEBI, IRDA, AMFY etc.), laws affecting Bankers, and compliance in (KYC, AML, POSH, Anti- Corruption, Whistle Blower Policy, FEMA)

Service Orientation

Learners can manage Relationship Banking, Customer Relationship Banking(CRM), Up-Selling and wallet Share, Referrals, etc.

Futuristic Banking- Opportunities and Challenges

Learners can discuss

  • Progressive digitalization of banking.
  • Data Mining
  • Business analytics.
  • Algorithms.
  • Digital sanctioning of Credits.
  • Digital Marketing.
  • Banking Apps.
  • Click only Banking.
  • Non-Banking Companies in Financial services Demine.
  • Crypto Money.

Accreditation

Ibis is accredited by the International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and offers IACET CEUs for its learning events that comply with the ANSI/IACET Continuing Education and Training Standard. IACET is recognized internationally as a standard development organization and accrediting body that promotes quality of continuing education and training.

As an IACET Accredited Provider, Ibis offers IACET CEUs for its learning events that comply with the ANSI/IACET Continuing Education and Training Standard.

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