Manipal Academy of BFSI with Axis Bank, has opened admissions for their job-ready programme, the Axis Bank Young Bankers Programme, February 2022 batch.
The programme started in 2012 with a vision to groom individuals aspiring for a banking career into young bankers in India. The course is curated to enable the talent pool of young bankers to be first-day-first-hour job-ready.
In February 2022, the programme will curate its 19th batch of young bankers. This one-year programme is focused on training individuals from any field into young bankers with new-age BFSI domain expertise and trained in-depth to be first-day-job-ready with sales competence.
On successful completion, participants are awarded a Post-Graduate Diploma in Banking Services from the Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE). Graduating from the programme allows candidates to be absorbed by Axis Bank, one of India's leading banking and financial services company as an assistant manager with the role of a Branch Relationship Officer (BRO).
The programme is divided into three core segments to help participants equip themselves to succeed in their BFSI careers. In the first six months, the leaner is trained on campus. They are taught through expert lectures, e-learning modules, model branch simulations, case studies, field visits, Finacle training, and sessions conducted by industry experts. This is followed by a three-month internship at Axis Bank where the learner is trained through observations and shadowing professionals in real-time.
The participant is also paired with a mentor from Manipal's expert faculty, ensuring a well-rounded and guided internship experience. The last segment of the programme involves on-the-job training at Axis Bank complete with a structured mentorship and team support to ensure the individual aligns to the role expectations.
For more information, eligibility, and admission details, log on to the Axis Bank Young Bankers Program website or email your queries to email@example.com with ABYB February 2022 as the subject.
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