Are you preparing for a career in Financial markets?

Are you preparing for a career in Financial markets?

Choosing a career in the financial markets can often be very confusing. Not only do the financial markets offer multiple choice of specialization, but also allows you to take up a very career focused stream as you commence your career.

Financial markets are global today. And with emerging markets like India accounting for a significant portion of global financial growth, there is a need for developing professionals with specialized qualifications to handle this growth.

BSE Institutes PGP – Global financial markets now with Fintech specialisation, equips you to be a part of this global growth story opportunity.

We will be happy to meet you in person and guide you to make the correct choice of career. Call us at 1800 22 9030 or drop us an email to pradeep.chowdhary@bseindia.com to schedule some time.

Our expert career counselors will be happy to serve you.

PGP Global Financial Markets

The PGP-Global Financial Markets is for professionals in the Finance industry who want to specialize in the field and for students who want to build a career in the field of Finance.

The goal of the program is to provide students with a deep understanding of financial management issues in a global setting. PGP-GFM aims to help students develop analytical tools that incorporate key international considerations into fundamental financial decisions. The cases provide opportunities to build the skills needed to create and capture value across borders.

PGP-GFM is intended for students who will be involved in cross-border investment and financing decisions as multinational firm managers, transaction advisory (investment bankers, commercial bankers, or consultants), or investors (research analysts or money managers). Students seeking to reinforce the foundations of finance with particular attention to issues related to global finance and economics are encouraged to enroll.

No-detention policy: What can we do to make it a success?

The no-detention policy was introduced as a part of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) under the Right to Education Act (RTE) in 2010.
Under this policy students upto class 8th are automatically promoted to next class without being held back for even if they do not get a passing grade.
For a critical evaluation and suggestive opinion on the policy please read the article below written by Mr. Ambarish Datta MD & CEO, BSE Institute Ltd.
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Click here to read the Article

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