Special trg program in Islamic finance
New Delhi, Dec 12: India-based Oasis academy in association with South Eastern University of Sri Lanka (SESUL) is offering a special training program of one month for students across India.
It is a campus based programme in Sri Lanka’s SESUL University. The course will commence from January 2013.
The special training programme in Islamic banking and finance is aimed mainly at students and professionals who are seeking to have more than a basic understanding of the concepts and operating principles that apply to different types of Islamic banking in comparison to conventional banking.
Speaking about this Programme, Mufti Muhammed Salman Mazahari, course consultant and director said, “The emphasis is on practical implementation of Islamic finance principles in the real world of finance. The course consists of more than 34 lessons structured around six modules with minimum 3 industrial visits”. To market the course in India the course consultant and director has appointed Blossom Media Pvt. Ltd as their marketing firm.
In this one month’s campus program the participant will learn about Fundamentals of Islamic Economics, Foundations of Islamic Banking and Finance, Islamic Commercial Law & Contracts, Islamic Modes of Finance, Islamic Treasury and Capital Market Operations, Takaful and Re Takaful: Principles and Operations. Lectures will be conducted by Islamic Finance scholars from Malaysia, Sri Lanka, India. Course fee is INR 50,000 for each participant, which including two way Air Ticket Chennai Colombo & Colombo Chennai, food, accommodation, course materials and certificate.
Last date for Registration is December 20, 2012.
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