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Faculty development Programme

Published On : 22 Oct 2019   |  Reported By : media release


A five day Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on Banking was organised by Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) at St. Agnes College (Autonomous) campus from 14th to 18th Oct, 2019.

The programme was held for the faculty in order to get acquainted with the much required teaching skills on different domains of Banking of BPS (Business Process Services) like Trade Finance, Cards, Mortgage, Cash Management etc., The Five day sessions were conducted by the TCS resource persons Mr. Sai Kiran Aitha, Assistant Manager, Mrs.Chandrakala, Senior Manager and Mr. Mohammed Hussain, Senior Manager. Six faculty members from B.Com and BBA were present for the programme. 







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