IDBI Bank Ramps Up Its Talent Building Program with Manipal Global Academy of BFSI

Bengaluru, July 25th, 2019: IDBI Bank, a new generation fully computerized banking company, is ramping up its strategic tie-up with Manipal Global Academy of BFSI (MGABFSI), a leading professional learning platform and a division of Manipal Global Education Services (MaGE), for conducting year-long talent pipeline building program.

In 2019, MGABFSI shall train a batch of 600 candidates who shall be ‘First Day, First Hour Productive’ and be well-versed in the industry-standard protocols. The bespoke training program shall also assist IDBI to address its human capital challenges, while at the same time, enable high potential youth to attain skills for employability.

“Our partnership with IDBI Bank highlights our cutting-edge finishing school pedagogy, that has successfully skilled high potential youth, across the country to be industry-ready. Manipal Global Academy of BFSI, with its legacy and globally benchmarked offerings, is best poised to address the issue of skill gap and we are confident that this program will help our partner establish themselves as country’s most credible public sector banks with a future-ready workforce. ”, said Mr. Robin Bhowmik, Chief Business Officer, Manipal Global Academy of BFSI.

The program will be delivered in two phases. The candidates will spend the first nine months on the MGABFSI campus followed by three months at IDBI Bank’s branch where they will be provided with on the job training. The current batch consists of 158 trainees, who are in the third term of the programme.

On successful completion of the courses, the candidates will be awarded Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance awarded by MAHE, an Institute of Eminence and will be absorbed by IDBI as Assistant Manager. For more details, you can log in to https://www.idbibank.in/idbi-bank-careers-current-openings.asp.

The commencement of the strategic partnership dates back to 2014. The program has received 2018 enrollments with 1860 trained candidates actively working with IDBI. 


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