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Nagaland students to get lessons in financial literacy

DNMUM385258 | 3/21/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :358


Mumbai: National Stock Exchange Academy, a wholly owned subsidiary of India’s leading stock exchange NSE and the Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) have joined hands to impart financial literacy to Class 9 students throughout the state. From the 2017 academic session, NBSE has made NSE Academy’s Financial Literacy course compulsory for Class 9 students of all higher secondary schools under the Board.
The course, Concepts of Financial Literacy, has been designed by the Academy, and will help in familiarising students about the basics of finance and financial planning.
As part of the initiative the NSE Academy trains teachers, who then teach the course to the Class 9 students in NBSE registered schools. For the 2017 ac
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