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Last updated: 09 Oct, 2017  

NBI, Nepal Signed MoU with Manipal Global Education Services

Business Wire India | 09 Oct, 2017
To target development in the areas of education, training and research for the banking and financial services organizations in Nepal. National Banking Institute (NBI) signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Manipal Global Education Services for strategic alliance in development of human resource in the areas of education, training and research for the banking and financial services organizations in Nepal.

NBI, an apex banking academy of the country, joined hand with Manipal Global’s Academy of Banking and Financial Services, which is one of the leading banking academia of India having trained over 60000 professionals of leading banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions in India, Middle East, and South East Asia. Manipal Global Academy of BFSI, which partners with 40 leading banks and financial institutions, is a leader in providing talent development services to Banks and has helped many organizations transform their talent and build a pool of highly productive workforce. Manipal’s programs offer real like banking training services and are being offered in world class residential campuses at Jaipur and Bangalore in India.

NBI and Manipal Global shall collaborate in short term and long term trainings, organizing conferences, seminars, workshops, study tours on the subject of mutual interest. The MoU was signed by Mr. Bimaljeet Singh Bhasin, Vice President, Manipal Global Education Services and Mr. Sanjib Subba, Chief Executive Officer, NBI in Bangalore.
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