TKWs Retail School – New Delhi

About US

TKWs Group of Companies started the Skill Development division in 2002 to bridge the skill gap. The rise of 22nd Century brought several job opportunities however the skill gap divided the youth into Employable and Unemployable. With its experiential learning techniques, TKWs helped several thousand students to improve their communication and effectiveness skills.

In 2004, TKWs Skill Development was the first private institute who saw retail as a career opportunity for Indian students. Thus TKWs launched its facilities for training students and corporate at Delhi and Mumbai. The small initiative transformed into a strong force. The retail institute concept became popular with several students benefiting. Today thousands of students across India are pursuing retail courses and are preparing themselves for India’s biggest career opportunity.

TKWs is now on its way to strengthening its network and is launching retail schools across the country. The most important strength of the institute continues to be its learning methodology.

TKWs Retail courses have been designed for the needs of modern retail in India. At TKWs Retail School instead of excessive emphasis on books, students learn through practical exercises. In the process, international concepts of retailing are simplified for understanding of students of different levels.

Career

A common challenge faced by all Indian and foreign retail companies, is lack of skilled manpower. With these large Indian and Foreign businesses coming into retail, there will be a huge requirement of people across functions including sales, marketing, IT, HR, finance, etc. The underlying challenge is that none of these professionals have a holistic knowledge and understanding of Retail. According to a report there is an immediate shortage of 18,000 retail professionals in Delhi & Mumbai alone. This is projected to grow to 12 million by year 2011. With 12 million people working in Retail atleast 1.2 million line managers and another 50000 middle managers will be needed.

BANKING IN INDIA

    • India Vision 2020 by Planning commission projects banking growth at 13.4%
    • India has 67,000 branches of commercial & cooperative banks alone
    • India is slated to be third largest banking hub of the globe by 2040
    • Government banks have announced over 40,000 new vacancies and another 40,000 people are expected to retire by next year.
    • Private banks have plans to aggressive expansion plans and are likely to create more than 1.5 lakh jobs.

Most sought after career offering a great salary, secure job and an excellent status in the society. Presently the banking sector employees approximately 8,52,000 employees. With 53 being the average age of employees, the banks are facing a talent crunch since 25 to 40,000 people are likely to retire every year. Ignoring the expansion, this alone creates good number job opportunities every year. In addition private banks like Axis are planning to add nearly 100 new branches. Several thousand new jobs are created through such expansion every year.

The new technology driven banks have increased the scope of banking services to money lending, mutual funds, securitization of business credit cards, trading in gold, foreign exchange, etc which has led to a tremendous increase in demand of banking professionals. The recruitment to public sector banks happens through All India Probationary exams and private banks conduct their own interviews & assessment, but both public & private sector are keen to hire candidates with a background of professional courses in banking sector. Candidates having an education background of arts, commerce as well as science can get a job in the banking sector if they have proper knowledge of banking operations, good interpersonal skills and ability of using a computer.

Financial Managers

Financial Managers formulate financial policies and also help in its implementation. They make business forecasts. Their main job is to manage the different branches of the bank. Financial Manager formulate strategies so as to minimize losses in the insurance sector of banks. The financial Manager prepares financial reports that reflect the financial health of the ban. along with this the Financial managers also monitor the flow of cash. The financial managers can work as controller, treasurer, credit managers, treasurer, cash mangers, and insurance or risk managers.

Bank Tellers

The job of the Bank Teller is to focus on the minute details as in verifying the name, date and identity of the customers who are at the receiving end.

Bill and Account Collectors

Jobs in Bank Industry of the Bill and Account Collector is to collect the money overdue from the debtors.

BLoan Officers

The Loan Officer checks the eligibility of all the individuals seeking loans from the Bank. He checks their credit worthiness, i.e. their probability of loan repayment. After making a thorough evaluation of the loan application of the clients, does the loan officer recommends or approves them. Loans may be commercial real estate or credit loans.

Book Keeping And Auditing Clerks

The job of the Auditing Clerk is to record and classify financial data. They keep on calculating and keeping track of the financial records.

Financial Service Representative

The Jobs in Bank Industry of the Financial Service Representative is to promote different products and services offered by the banks. They are also responsible for opening and closing accounts and keeping a record of all the financial transactions.

Salary

Most Public sector banks clerks can get around Rs 10,000 – 12,000 while officers can begin in the Rs 12000 – 18000 per month scale. Professional having a Banking diplomas, Financial Qualifications, CAs and CFAs recruited by public sector banks can have higher salary. But same professionals recruited by private and foreign banks are given pay packages to the extent of about Rs 25000-30000 a month.

Post Graduate Diploma in Banking & Finance

Category Banking and Finance
Degree PGDM
Medium Campus
Mode Full Time
Level PG
PGDM(Banking and Finance)- Stands for Post Graduate Diploma in Finance. Typically a PGDM in Finance is a two year course, minimum eligibility for which is a Master’s degree in the commerce field. Subjects studied under this degree are Securities Analysis, Banking Laws & Practices, Consumer Credit Analysis, Agriculture and Small Business Finance, International Trade & Foreign Exchange, Project Appraisal & Financing, Corporate Finance, Marketing of Financial Services, E-Banking Applications, Fraud Examination, Monetary & Fiscal Policy, Money & Capital Markets, Porfolio Management and Analysis of financial Statements.

Diploma in Banking & Finance

Category Banking and Finance
Degree Diploma
Medium Campus
Mode Full Time
Level Diploma
Diploma(Banking) – Stands for Diploma in Banking. Typically, a diploma in banking is a one year course, minimum eligibility for which is a (10+2) pass. Subjects studied under this degree are Elements of Banking, Economics, General Principles of Law, Principles of Practice and Communication, Accounting, Foreign Exchange and Exchange Control, Laws Relating to Banking, Investment, Practice of Banking, Monetary Economics, Nature of Management, Accountancy Finance and International Trade.

TKWS Certificate In Banking & Finance

Category Banking & Financial Services
Degree Certificate
Medium Campus
Mode Full Time
Level Certification
Certificate(Banking and Financial Services) – Stands for a certificate program in Banking and Financial Services. Typically, a certificate in banking and financial services is a 6 months course. Minimum eligibility for which is an intermediate(10+2) Pass. Subjects studied under this particular certificate are Changing role of Banking – a macro view , Understanding Bank financial statements, Capital adequacy, Managing credit risks, Internet banking & M-commerce, NBFCs – HP/ Lease, Credit cards, PE funds, Housing finance, Mutual funds, Insurance, Securitisation and IPOs.

Placements

TKWs Retail School enjoys an excellent track record of placing its students in leading Retail companies. You will find TKWs students placed in companies like,

  • Reebok
  • Shoppers Stop
  • Reliance Fresh
  • Reliance World
  • Swarovski
  • Spencer’s
  • The Mobile Store
  • Fun Cinemas
  • Croma
Name TKWs Retail School – New Delhi
Location The Knowledge Hub, R-551, 1st floor Shankar Road, Rajendra Nagar
City New Delhi
State Delhi
Country India
Contact No 011-45155555
Contact Email communication@tkws.co.in
Website www.tkwsretailschool.com

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