Banking and Accountability
The Indian finance market comprises the organized sector categorized into private, public and foreign owned banks and the unorganized sector including individual bankers or money lenders. Today the Insurance plus banking services contribute to 10% of the country’s GDP.
Based on the growth expected in the Banking & Financial Services Industry, it is expected that about 8.4 million people will be employed in this industry. The incremental growth in requirement of human capital between 2008 to 2022 is 4.2 Million.
(Source: NSDC Reports)
Lok Bharti has put a step forward by launching 120 Hrs Program in Basic Tally 9.0, a program offered to develop application skills in Computerized Accounting. This program is designed to create talent pool for early rung of the ladder in financial accounting sector. It develops basic application and understanding of computerized accounting with the first hand experience of working on accounting software required for employability.
Learning Outcomes and Key Skills Acquired
- Conceptual understanding of manual Accounting procedures
- Computerized recording of business transactions & maintenance of records
- High speed & automated reporting