JRD Global EDU

POST GRADUATION DIPLOMA IN BANKING

JRD Global EDU
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£386
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Important information

Typology Postgraduate
Methodology Online
Duration 1 Year
Start Different dates available
Online campus Yes
  • Postgraduate
  • Online
  • Duration:
    1 Year
  • Start:
    Different dates available
  • Online campus
Description

M.Tech.(Chemical Engineering)- Stands for Master of Technology in Chemical Engineering. Typically, a M.tech. (Chemical Engineering) is a two year course, minimum eligibility for which is a B.Tech (Chemical Engineering)or any relevant engineering degree. Chemical engineering covers designing as well as maintenance of chemical plants. Subjects studied under this degree are transfer operations, thermodynamics and design, reactions engineering and process control.

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· Who is it intended for?

GRADUATE STUDENTS CAN APPLY

· Requirements

GRADUATE STUDENTS CAN APPLY

· Qualification

GRADUATE STUDENTS CAN APPLY

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Opinions

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Reviews on this course

T
takunda chinaka
4.0 01/08/2017
What I would highlight: it helps those who would like to further their knowledge in process industries
What could be improved: the program updates
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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What you'll learn on the course

Credit Rating
Banking
Market
Industrial Property
Management
Operations Management
Negligence
Audit
Credit
C++
Computer virus
Computer Repair
Secondary
Education Studies
Mechanical Systems Engineering
Wind Energy
Mechanical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Design
Mathematics
Economics
Mechanics
Industrial Engineering
Supply
Electrical
Hydropower
Chemical Energy
Supply Chain Management
Chemical Safety
Chemical Plant
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Thermodynamics
Mechanical Desktop
International
Financial
Project
systems
Technology
Engineering
Medical
Healing
Medical training
Communication Training
Programming
IT Development
IT Management
Critical Thinking
Mechanical Maintenance
Alternative Energy
Supply and Chain Management
GCSE Mathematics
Fluid Mechanics
Press
Engineering Drawing
Logistics
Chemical research
Industrial cooking
Mechanical repair of electric appliances
Communication
Advanced
MBA
Education
Electronics
Research
Analysis
Electrical Engineering
Science
Pathophysiology
Mechanical risks
C
Medicine
Computer Science
Computer Sciences
Banks
Engineer
Environmental
Engineering Design
CHEMICAL
Engineering Geology
Demonstrate critical thinking
Social responsibilityprepare to engage in lifelong learning
Computer Animation
Computer Hacking
IT Engineering
IT Audit
Industrial Research
Chemical Toxicology
Engineering
Chemical process
Rules of Consent
Malingering
Therapeutic Misadventure
Corporate negligence
Professional negligence
Professional Secrecy
Human Experimentation
Importance
Money Market
Engineering Degree
Computer Science Engineering
Science Engineering
Education in
MBA IT
Chemical Plant
MBA Supply Chain Management
Mechanic Course
Engg
Engineering India
Ms Exchange
Features instruments

Teachers and trainers (1)

JYOTI  DAS
JYOTI DAS
SR . TRAINER & COUNSELLOR

Course programme

Unit-I Banking and financial institutions in India: Commercial Banks, Cooperative Banks, Regional Rural Banks, Agriculture and Rural Development Banks (SLDBs), Development Banks and NBFCs; their constitution, Functions, Working and Evolution. Reserve Bank of India: Traditional and Developmental Functions and Working. Objectives, Instruments of Monetary Policy Unit-II Financial markets:: Structure, institution and operating mechanism and its role in Economic Development. Developed and Underdeveloped Markets, Money Market in India: Importance, features instruments. Measures to strengthen money market in India. Recommendations of the working group on money market, Report of the task force on money market and mutual funds. Unit- III Capital Markets in India: New issue market and stock exchange, importance of stock exchanges: National stock exchange, methods of floating new issues, types of shares and debentures, The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), need for establishment of SEBI. Objectives and role of SEBI, Capital Market reforms, Unit- IV Credit Rating in India: Why and what is credit rating, credit rating institutions in India, limitation to rating, depository services, factoring, leasing and hire purchase, venture capital, securitisation of assets, portfolio management, risk and return, reforms in banking and finance, reports of the committees; Chakravarty committee, Narsimham committee I & II PAPER – II BANK MANAGEMENT UNit – I Nature of Banking Business: Socio, Economic and legal environment of banking business in India – official regulation and control over banks in India: Banking Regulation Act, 1949, Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934, Banking companies Act, 1970 etc – Diversification of Banking in India. Unit – II Forms of Banking: Branch Banking, Unit Banking, Group Banking Chain Banking, Banking, correspondent Banking. Process of Bank Management; Branch location policies and decisions, organizational Structure of Commercial Banks in India Department