Career Guidance

From students pen: life at TKWs Institute of Banking and Finance

The institute has helped me to deal with my emotional intelligence quotient (EQ) through their version of Experiential Learning Techniques (ELT). I always had a keen interest in the financial aspects of our economy that helped me to understand certain aspects of the world..

Best program to pursue along with B.Com from SOL or NCWEB

Choosing the right course should not be done in a hurry or under peer pressure. One should sit down calmly and review the options available. Distance can be a factor in your choice but it should not be at the expense of quality of education of the institute. Similarly, cost involved might be a constraint but view it under the light of the fact that a good institute will also stand you well later in life.

Book Summary – “The six pillars of self-esteem – By Nathaniel Branden”

The author refers to the six pillars on which healthy self-esteem is based and while it would be possible to only focus on some of the pillars, it is highly recommended to make all of the six pillars a part of your life.

How are salaries of freshers determined by companies

Many final year students depend upon campus placements to find their dream jobs in their dream companies. Companies also benefit from this arrangement to find the best minds at a single sitting who can be easily aligned to their individual processes to enhance their performance. And for this reason alone, companies usually do not reject a candidate outright unless the candidate is completely off-sync or does not want the job at all.

Should I choose BCom Hons over BCom Program?

ten students get confused between the BCom Hons and the BCom Pass course as the subjects taught in both these streams seem to be the same, yet the cut-off percentage for them differs significantly. Both these courses introduce and teach subjects that essentially make up the commerce stream in a structured curriculum based on a full time study for three year

Why MBA is best done after a real-world experience of 4-5 years.

A number of corporate professionals and educationists believe that it is best to go for an MBA after gaining some work experience first. It puts one in a better position to define his expectations and direction for his career. Once such a candidate is through with his MBA, he can look forward to a career which is highly rewarding, and is also very likely get a fine start for his ambitions.

Rise and Shine in the Banking and Finance Sector

India is ranked as one of the most vibrant economies in the world. The presence of strong BFSI (Banking, Financial Service & Insurance) sector with its robust growth has helped country’s banking system to withstand the global downturn well. With FinTech revolution, speedy implementation in bringing new reforms like digital Read More…

Looking for Better Paychecks? Look beyond Money

Every fresher dreams of a better package and a job that is financially-lucrative. Are there any tips that work for cracking jobs that offer better paychecks? Let’s find out It is a tough world out there. The industry has been going through so many fluctuations in the last five years Read More…

Diploma and Degree – Apples and Oranges?

They are comparable, similar-sounding and headed to the same goal; but both roads are quite different. Most students get confused between the terms diploma and degree. Some even use them interchangeably. It is important to note that they have their own unique significance and relevance. Are Degrees better than Diplomas? Read More…

Fellowship for Future Leaders of Banking & Finance

The country’s pioneering Banking & Finance Institute, Institute of Banking & Finance was started by TKWs Group with the vision of creating a knowledge centre and to prepare Banking & Finance professionals in the country for the present requirements in the industry. It trains aspirants in honing their competencies & Read More…