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Diploma in Banking & Finance

By R.Bhaskaran Chief Executive Officer

Future Scenario in Banking Need for Generalist Bankers

By 2010,nearly 5 lack employees would retire from the banking industry Replacement Demand –Over a five year time horizon – 5 lakh employees required at the entry level in banks

• Qualified

What banking industry needs in the modern era of banking? with accent on quality

Manpower
with

• Technology-savvy
Banking Knowledge

• Ready to deploy from day 1 without training
intervention

Current Scenario
Challenges facing the banks in induction and training

Absence of industry ready manpower FROM THE MARKET at the entry level to man front & back offices from Day 1 Shortage of qualified manpower with banking Knowledge /Skills Infrastructural/training constraints to train entrants in large numbers BY BANKS

Market for Financial Services is huge Besides banks, DBF can cater to

 NBFCs

2,000

around

Subsidiaries

Banks like Mutual Funds, Capital Market Outfits, VC,

of

Banking itself is a huge market
Number of Banking Offices 68,195  Total Staff (inclusive of BANKS ,RRBs,UCBS) as of 2005  Officers 2,68,239  Clerks 4,51,062  Sub-staff 2,07,217 Total 9,26,518

Demand Side
Country producing
5 mio. Graduates
(

Science,Arts and Commerce)
ANNUALLY

What DBF qualification offer to banks

Workforce for front office and back offices at entry level Workforce can be used for variety of job roles Well rounded entry level employees Customer- oriented approach

DBF
Objective: “ To ensure a steady stream of industryready professionals at the entry-level, endowed with banking knowledge and skills together with technologyfamiliarity, customerorientation and hands-on application skills

DBF
Level : Graduation Plus level from any University in India. Eligibility: Graduates or above from any University recognized by UGC or students appearing for final year graduation

HOW IS DBF DIFFERENT?

COMES FROM IIBF THE INSTITUTION CREATED BY THE BANKING INDUSYTRY FOR CONSTANT UPGRATION AND CERTIFICATION OF BANKING SKILLS ALMOST JAIIB THE CERTIFICATION MOST SOUGHT AFTER BY BANKING PROFESSIONALS AT ENTRY LEVEL. COURSE CONTENT DEVELOPED BY SEASONED EXPERTS IN BANKING & FINANCE INDUSTRY FLEXIBLE DURATION CAN BE PASSED IN A TIME SPAN VARYING FROM 6 MONTHS TO 1 YEAR. HIGHLY SUBSIDIZED FEES THE BEST DIPLOMA AVAILABLE AT

Transition from DBF

Join DBF

Acquire JAIIB

Join Bank/FI

Progress to CAIIB

Join CAIIB linked MBA(IGNOU)

DBF
Papers 1: Principles & Practice of Banking 2: Accounting & Finance for Bankers 3: Legal & Regulatory Aspects of Banking

DBF Syllabus Revision Committee
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Shri M V NAIR ,Chairman ,Union Bank of India Shri M.S.Sundararajan,Executive Director, Indian Bank Shri R.Bhaskaran, Chief Executive Officer Shri P.Sanyal, General Manager, Bank of India Shri C.E.S.Azariah, Chief Executive Officer, FIMMDA Ms.Uma Subramanian, Vice Principal, Centre for Advanced Financial Learning, RBI Shri Raman, General Manager, Union Bank of India (special invitee) Shri N.Ravee. Asst. Vice President, HDFC Bank Shri.Vaidyanathan, Principal and CGM, Staff College, State Bank of India

Question Pattern
There will be about 120 questions each in all the three papers covering all the four modules. • Negative marking will be awarded Each paper will have 120 questions to be answered in 120 minutes with four difficulty levels carrying 0.5,1,1.5 and 2 marks depending on whether the question asked is at a

Question Type
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Knowledge testing Conceptual grasp Decision making Problem solving Case analysis

Passing Criterion
Pass: Minimum 60% or more marks. First Class: 70% or more marks in first attempt. First Class with Distinction: 80% or more marks in the first attempt Rank certificates may be issued to top 10.

Pedagogic support
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Online educational support Tutorial classes thru Accredited Institutions Contact classes Web Based interactive live classes Study Kits Workbooks Periodical updates thru www.iibf.org.in

Technology partner

Manipal Universal Learning P Ltd

Fees
Rs.6000 (Proposed)

Thank you