Courses teach financial skills to students in India

08/18/2010 | Telegraph (Calcutta, India), The

The Securities and Exchange Board of India has created a three-month financial literacy course for high-school students as part of a nationwide campaign to hone savings, investment and money-management abilities among youth. The training includes hands-on learning of financial matters, including writing a cheque and opening accounts.

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