Courses

Some Certification Courses

CFA

The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Program is a post-graduate professional qualification offered internationally by the American-based CFA Institute.

The CFA is a self-study program. It provides you analytical skills and expertise in quantitative methods, economics, financial reporting, investment analysis, and portfolio management.

The minimum eligibility to apply for this exam is a graduation degree in any field and a minimum of 4 years of work experience. In order to get CFA certification, students are required to complete the three levels of examinations, i.e., Level I, Level II, and Level III.

CFP

CFP stands for Certified Financial Planner. This certification is awarded by the Financial Planner Standards Board to the individual who wants to make their career as a Financial planner. It is the most prestigious and internationally accepted Financial Planning qualification. There are two paths to achieve this certification.

The candidate who have passed class 12th and should have cleared the five exams covering all six modules of the certification program.
OR
A candidate who has cleared CA, CFA, ICWA, CAIIB, CS, LLB, Ph.D., MPhil, PG,  are required to clear only the fifth exam (Advanced Financial Planning) to earn the certification.
After completing this course, you can acquire jobs in banks, distribution houses, AMC, insurance Companies, equity broking, and Financial Planning firms.

FRM

FRM stands for Financial Risk Management. It is a professional designation awarded by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP). It is globally appreciated and high in demand.

For achieving FRM certificate student has to clear two exams Part-I and Part-II. FRM Exam is held twice in a year, in the months of May and November. The Certification would be given according to the merit scores in the exam. The exam will be conducted by the council. There is no eligibility for the exam for the FRM Certification. Any graduate can apply for this certification exam.

NPTEL

The National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) was initiated by seven Indian Institutes of Technology (Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, Guwahati, and Roorkee) along with the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore in 2003.

NPTEL provides online courses and certification mainly in the field of engineering and science. Its objective is to make students employable in the industry or pursue a suitable higher education programme. The courses are provided online to the students. And then exams are conducted and the certificate is provided by the institute. The main thing enrollment and learning from these courses are totally free.

CCNA

CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) is an information technology (IT) certification from Cisco Systems. CCNA certification is an associate-level Cisco Career certification. It is highly valuable. The CCNA certificate holder can apply for Software Engineer, Network Engineer, Network Administrator, System Engineer, etc.

Basically, there’s no special requirement for studying CCNA. Mainly, few employers prefer a Bachelor’s degree from relevant fields, like Computer science, Information Science and Engineering, and an experience of at least 1–2 years. Generally, anybody can opt for CCNA.
The best materials to study for the CCNA exam are the study material published by CISCO itself.
CCNP

CCNP is the Cisco Certified Network Professional certification. This certification is available for IT professionals with at least one year of experience in professional networking. A high school diploma or equivalent is also compulsory.

Students get trained to troubleshoot, install, and maintain both wide area networks (WAN) and local area networks (LAN) for systems between 100 and 500 nodes. In this certification program, students also learn about a wide range of network features and protocols, including Route Redistribution, Access Lists, and Ethernet.

CCNA is compulsory before applying for CCNP.