Financial Courses For Engineering & Law Graduates
Financial Sector Courses are equally good for every graduate either from science or arts. Here I recommend this course to engineer & Law Graduates.
For core sector engineers (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical), it provides them with white-collar jobs. Getting an MBA or any finance degree after your graduation, will increase the chance of employment.
I. Courses after Graduation
i) Certified Financial Planner (CFP CM):- It is a Professional course on Financial Planning of Insurance, Retirement, Investments & Taxation. This course can be done from the Financial Planning Standards Board (FPSB), India, Mumbai, [Website: www.fpsbindia.org]
ii) Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA):- It is also a professional course involve in Portfolio Management & Investment Analysis. Across every region of the globe, local CFA Societies are available for study. For more details see website: https://www.cfainstitute.org
iii) Master of Business Administration with specialization in Finance:- It is a full-time postgraduate degree course of 2 years in management expressed as M.B.A.
iv) PG Diploma in Financial Planning (PGDF):- It is a one-year diploma program for preparing students for the financial services sector.
v) Postgraduate Diploma in Quantitative Finance Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Engineering & Risk Management, Certificate in Treasury Management:- It is provided by the National Institute of Securities Market, Navi Mumbai.
vi) Chartered Accountancy:- It is a highly specialized course and can be undertaken after completing 10+2 level. But if you have a minimum aggregate of 60% in your Btech/B.E or in Law Graduation exam then you can enroll for Level II i.e Intermediate Exam.
This course is divided into two parts of Inter and Final followed by practical training in the form of articles.
vii) Postgraduate Diploma in Management (Banking & Financial Services):- From National Institute of Bank Management, Pune
viii) Cost & Works Accountancy:– There are also multiple-entry qualifications for admission in this course. Compare to MBA in finance there is a shortage of CA & students of this course. So there is more opportunity for the job.
II. Job Opportunity after the above courses
Public sector units such as NTPC, BHEL, IOCL, ONGC, etc required graduation degree with MBA in Finance to recruit as management trainees in finance and some other disciplines every year
After the Finance course, you can enter in Bank either as general banking officers or as specialist officers for credit, corporate and infrastructure finance, etc. You can also get a job in Insurance companies.
You become eligible for state Govt. jobs in state finance corporations & Industrial Development Corporations.
There are also jobs in NBFC, Housing Development companies, Infrastructure development corporations such as HDFC, IDFC, PTC India Financial Services, Mannapuran Finance, PNB Housing Finance, LIC Housing Finance, etc.
Profiles are available in mutual fund companies as a fund manager and equity analyst. While fund managers manage funds in particular schemes. Equity analysts find & suggest, Which stocks to buy or sell on a regular basis. Even stock broking companies have requirements of equity analysts and researchers.
Another niche career provided by credit rating agencies. All companies which want to mobilize deposits, equity and loans have to get their credit rating done by identified rating agencies. Standard & Poor’s, CRISIL, ICRA and CARE are leading credit rating agencies.
Software development companies also need financial specialists as domain experts.
If u are interested in journalism, the career of a financial journalist can be considered in pink newspapers, business magazines, or TV channels.
As Tax Consultant: – It is an area where financial planners are used as Tax savers by finding loophole taxation structure by the government. So they save the money of their client in a legal manner.
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