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The 2-Year MBA in Banking, Financial Services and Insurance program at Chitkara University has been designed, keeping in view the industry changing dynamics of BFSI industry, and has been divided into 3 basic modules:
Banking or Credit
There are many types of credit, and different types of organizations that provide credit. In our curriculum we will study Banking Operations, the main providers of credit in the economy, Credit Management, Risk Management, and Valuation System. Further, we will study what happens when there is a breakdown in credit by examining the financial crisis which set the stage for the regulatory environment in which financial services firms now compete.
The Insurance Industry provides important risk management tools to households and firms, and it comprises almost one-third of the financial sector. We will study the role of Insurance in the Financial System and the opportunities for innovation in this industry.
Of all financial services, the payments space is undergoing the most innovation and is most susceptible to disruption. Innovations include real-time banking payments and the different types of payments made possible by Blockchain Technology. We will study the current payment ecosystem and the potential for disruption to this ecosystem.
Over the next decade, the Banking sector is projected to create up to 2 million new jobs, driven by the efforts of the regulators and government to integrate financial services into rural areas. The manpower requirement in the BFSI industry has risen with over 8.4 million individuals projected to be employed in the next couple of years. The NSDC also reported that the projected human resource requirement between 2008 and 2022 is estimated to reach over 4.2 million.
In view of this, the sector is in constant need of dynamic human resources who possess not only traditional knowledge but a strong, more specialised customer centric approach, social skills, aptitude towards sales, relationship building and business acquisition acumen. The electives taught, as a part of the specialisation, give students the ability to further expertise in their area of interest and find meaningful roles in specific functional areas as:
The electives taught as a part of the specialisation give students to the ability to further expertise in their area of interest and find meaningful roles in specific functional areas as:
Branch Banking | Banking Sales | Phone Banking/Transactions Processes | Personal Banking & Wealth Management | Wholesale & Corporate Banking | Treasury | Corporate Finance | Investment Banking | Capital Markets | Rural & Agricultural Banking | SME Finance
Sales | Operations | Financial Planning | Research | Institutional Equities | Compliance & Audits
| Fund Accounting | Broking and Dealing operations
Sales | Operations | Support Functions | Underwriting