Post Graduate Diploma(PGD) in Banking and Finance is a postgraduate diploma course. The duration of this course is 1 year. Students seeking admission to this course must hold a Bachelor’s degree in any stream from a recognised university. PGD (BANKING & FINANCE)
Admission to this program will be offered based on student’s performance in the entrance test and personal interview. Some institutes offer admission to this course on the basis of merit in the bachelor’s degree examination.
The career options in this program include jobs in various fields such as in colleges and universities, MNCs, govt. organisations, banks, financial organisations etc. On completion of PGD program in banking, students can opt for jobs of various profiles such as a teacher or lecturer, banking manager, marketing manager, financial advisor, financial manager etc. Diploma holders in banking will get an average annual salary ranging between INR 3,00,000 to INR 8,00,000 and this salary depends on student’s knowledge and experience.
PGD in Banking basically focuses on improving banking-related operations which in turn helps in improving the economy of a nation and also helps in boosting the health of an organisation. This course is also concerned with managing all the operation related to finance and banking.
This course is best suited to those students who wish to get specialization in the field of banking management and want to work for financial organisations or big MNCs. Students seeking admission to PGD in banking program should possess various skills such as analytical, logical and verbal skills, managerial and time management skills.
Students who wish to pursue PGD in banking course must hold a bachelor’s degree in any stream from a recognised university. To get admission to this program, students are required to clear the cut off marks decided by the college or university in the entrance test. Some colleges also offer direct admission to this course that is based on merit list in the bachelor’s degree examination