“Through our strategic partnership with Airtel Payments Bank, we aim at imparting the youth with knowledge and training that render financial and banking services more accessible to rural and semi-urban India,” NSDC Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Manish Kumar said in an announcement.
The skill improvement programme might be tailor-made for imparting data and abilities for entry-level jobs, comparable to enterprise correspondent and discipline gross sales government, within the financial services sector.
The programme will concentrate on adoption of digital instruments to drive online banking and digital financial services, given the rising penetration of reasonably priced smartphones and 4G networks within the nation, the assertion said.
“India has the largest young population in the world, and a large proportion is residing in small towns and villages of the country. We are delighted to partner with NSDC to empower our youth and build a financially inclusive India,” Airtel Payments Bank MD and CEO Anubrata Biswas said.
Airtel Payments Bank and NSDC will leverage their trade linkages and assist the contributors discover appropriate jobs, the assertion said.
“This collaboration will also extend to e-Skill India, NSDC’s digital skilling initiative. Special learning modules will be built to create awareness about digital financial services and will be introduced on the platform,” it added.