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IFBI Jammu places students in ICICI Bank
4/23/2019 11:19:10 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Apr 23: The Jammu Branch of the Institute for Finance, Banking & Insurance (IFBI), got placed another batch of its trained 12 students in ICICI Bank, India's largest private sector bank.
IFBI was formed in 2006 as a joint venture of NUT Ltd., a leading Global Talent Development Corporation and Asia's Largest IT Trainer and ICICI Bank, to meet the manpower challenges of multi Skilled and Trained Professionals in fast evolving sector of Banking, Financial Services and Insurance.
IFBI is in 13"' years of successful journey has trained more than 50000 BFSI professionals of which nearly 150000 were placed in the ICICI Bank alone. IFBI Created a Unique concept of "OFFER LETTER at the time of enrollment for Training Program - PGDBO". And then Student undergoes the training for 3 months, followed by paid Internship. IFBI is rated as Best Training School in the Banking and Financial services domain by the week- Nielson Survey of May 2009. It is currently India's largest Banking Education and training Institutions.
I FBI's Jammu branch has completed its 10 yrs of operations and has also trained and placed nearly more than 700+ students with ICICI Bank who successfully completed their Post Graduation Diploma in Banking Operations at IFBI Jammu. This latest batch of students would be joining as Sr. Officer Trainee's in ICICI Bank at various locations in the Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab & Himachal Pradesh, with the initial pay package of 2.4 lacs approx.
Rahul Sharma, CEO of the NIIT Jammu franchisee company, who presided over the function & handed over the appointment letters to these candidates, and wished good luck to these placed students. He insisted that this is the right time to enter this Banking Industry and IFBI plays an important role in naturing your Banking Career. He called upon the young graduates to get prepared for a Career in Banking Industry and join programs offered in IFBI.
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