Employment Department launches training prog on mutual funds at Samba

SAMBA, JUNE 19: Department of Employment J&K in collaboration with Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Institute Limited launched a skill-based training program on mutual funds for registered candidates through the District Employment and Counselling Centre in Samba.

The primary objective of this training program was to enhance the skills of the youth in non-conventional economic sectors such as banking and financial services, which have a high potential for employability.

Assistant Director Employment Samba, Sulakshana Thakur addressed the gathering of 30 trainees and stressed the need for such skill development programs to meet the demands of the industry. She highlighted the significance of having a trained workforce in areas like banking and mutual funds.

Irfan Khanji from the BSE Institute Limited provided an overview of the training program and outlined its key features and benefits. The program is designed as a 50-hour training course to help individuals build a career in banking and mutual funds. Upon successful completion of the training, participants will receive a certificate. The training program also prepares participants for the online examination conducted by the National Institute of Security Market. This certification will further enhance the trainees’ credentials and increase their chances of securing job placements in related private sector companies.

The program witnessed the participation of Career Counselling Officer of DE&CC, Samba along with faculty members from BSE Institute Ltd. Their involvement in the program ensures comprehensive guidance and support for the trainees, including career advice and job placement assistance.  Overall, this collaborative effort between the Department of Employment J&K and BSE Institute Limited aims to equip the youth with the necessary skills and knowledge required to succeed in the dynamic field of banking and financial services, thereby enhancing their employment prospects in the private sector.