Banker may refer to a person who provides financial banking services and typically works in a bank. A bank is a financial institution which is involved in borrowing and lending money.
Banks take customer deposits in return for paying customers an annual interest payment.
The bank then uses most of these deposits to lend to other customers for a variety of loans.
This course provides an introduction to banking services and financial institutions; students also compare the operations of national and state banks. Students examine the principles of banking transactions and the various services of a bank.
This course is a planned sequence of instructions consisting of Units meant for developing employability and Skills competencies of students of Class XII opting for Skills subject along with general education subjects.
During the course of two years, students will be provided with internship program opportunities with reputed industries or ﬁrms in the respective sectors.
Students will undergo sessions on career planning, both at group level and at individual level. These counseling sessions will be conducted by experts from reputed universities as well as corporates.
Meritorious and deserving students of EKSAQ will be eligible for scholarships and concessions in fees.