Mysuru: Aspirants for a job in the banking sector should be well versed in IT (information technology) and digital literacy, said MUDA Commissioner Dr. DB Natesh.
He was speaking during the Farewell of the 45 Days Coaching Class for Banking Recruitment Exams organized by the Competitive Exams Coaching Center of Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) at KSOU Campus in Muktagangothri here last Saturday.
Affirming that banking literacy is on the rise in the country, thanks to the digital revolution, Dr. Natesh observed that in such a situation, aspirants should have good knowledge of IT and other digital banking services. Emphasizing the need for candidates to read newspapers daily to keep abreast of the latest developments, he said it was important to jot down all content that would help them prepare for exams.
Stating that reading business and trade journals would help enormously in expanding our knowledge base, he stressed the importance of understanding the changes that the RBI would bring from time to time.
KSOU Vice Chancellor Prof. S. Vidyashankar said it is difficult for candidates to achieve their set goals if they do not do dedicated, focused and focused studies. Cautioning against drift, he said the formula for career success is continuous and dedicated learning.
Affirming that the entire KSOU has been digitized, he said that students benefit from this digitization as they can gain admission to any course of their choice and also receive degrees online.
Journalist Ravindra Bhat, KSOU Registrar, Prof. R. Rajanna, Registrar (Assessment) Prof. KB Praveen, VC Special Officer, Prof. Devaraj, Jainahalli Sathyanarayanagowda of Jnanabuthi, Ganesh, Siddesh Honnur and Sahana were present.