Guest Lecture by RBI Officials

Guest Lecture by RBI Officials

IPER, one of the leading B-schools of India always known for its academic excellence ,innovative learning practices, techniques and placement opportunities organized an interaction session for its MBA students on financial literacy.

The session was held on 24th September 2015 and address by the top executives from RBI, Mr. Rajesh Jaikanth, Deputy General Manager, Consumer Education and Protection Cell, RBI & Mr. Dipak Kumar Choudhary, Assistant General Manager, Financial Inclusion and Development Department, RBI interacted with MBA students in the session related to financial literacy. They briefed about the financial sector, Consumer rights, various risks which are involved in the financial market, banking sector, instruments involved in financial sector, forex market, RBI role as a Banker and Debt manager, Currency Management, Regulation and Supervision of Bank and NBFC, challenges and opportunities which are existing in the financial market.

RBI guest lecture at IPER
Guest Lecture by RBI

While addressing the IPER –MBA student’s guest experts from Reserve Bank of India appreciated the students’ knowledge. IPER is always known for its academic excellence, with this type of initiative, the objective was to synergize between Govt. regulator, Industry, and Institutions and provide a platform to the students for practical learning beyond the classroom for which IPER is always recognized.

Throughout the session, students were excited to learn about the practical realities shaping the financial world and shown great interest, zeal and enthusiasm of learning by asking questions varied in the financial sector. At the end of the session, an interactive quiz was organized which was full of knowledge and excitement.

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