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SBI and NSE Academy Join Hands for MSME Lending Education

It is designed especially for SME entrepreneurs, Banking professionals, and will also be of interest to students. 

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The State Bank of India (SBI) and NSE Academy have come together to offer courses such as MSME Lending in a Nutshell and Fundamentals of Banking.

It is designed especially for SME entrepreneurs, Banking professionals, and will also be of interest to students.

Total five online courses will be curated, and the Strategic Training Unit of SBI will be at the forefront of the partnership.

Learners can start to enrol for the five inaugural MOOCs of SBI on the NSE Knowledge Hub platform as a part of this strategic association.

SBI has formulated the courses blending theory and operational aspects which will enable learners to have a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of banking, compliance, lending norms and a host of other topics.

These courses have been designed and developed by practising bankers possessing rich experience and excellent academic credentials.

Commenting on the partnership,  Om Prakash Mishra, DMD (HR) & CDO, SBI said “It gives me immense pleasure to announce SBI’s partnership with NSE Academy, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of National Stock Exchange of India. We are sanguine that our collaboration with a focus on functional courses, for learners in the BFSI sector, will benefit millions of career-oriented individuals. We believe that SBI’s e-courses will enable learners to gather good knowledge of various aspects of banking and financial services and help them add value in their professional lives.”

The courses will cover, Electronic Payment System in India, Priority Sector Lending Norms, and NRI Business & Compliance.

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