SSBM congratulates Rakesh Agarwal for being selected among the top 7 in the country in his category in "Aristos" - the Summer project Report Presentation organised by NIILM Center for Management Studies.
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SSBM congratulates Akshay Mahalakshmikar (batch 2011-13) for being selected to join "Springboard", SIU's Innovation Cell. He is one of the 30 students who have been selected from a group of 150, after a rigorous selection procedure. Akshay's area of innovation will be education. SSBM wishes Akshay the very best for his endeavours at SpringBoard!
SSBM congratulates Pranay Gupta (batch 2011-13) for successfully clearing CFA- level I.The enthusiasm and commitment exhibited to complete the course is well appreciated. Congrats once again and best wishes for the other levels.

Director's Message

Welcome to SSBM!

forex Banking in India has come a long way traversing three distinct phases: the era of nationalization and priority sector lending, the era of financial sector reforms in the nineties and now the era where technology enabled, customer focused financial conglomerates operate in multiple segments of the financial sectors.

The demands of an emerging economy like ours on the Banking and Financial Services sector are multi-dimensional. Banks will have to master the fine art of balancing growth and inclusive development even as they relentlessly innovate to bring a wider range of financial services to the doorstep of the next generation customer. Banks would hence require appropriately trained management professionals to meet the emerging challenges.

The two year MBA programme in Banking Management is designed to provide specialized knowledge and training to address not just the growing requirement but also the increasing complexity of operations of the banking sector. More than 50% of the courses are focused on Banking and Finance and thus equips the students with relevant knowledge and managerial skills to work effectively in banks and other organizations of the BFS sector with minimum training intervention after recruitment.


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