Vijayawada: Bajaj Finserv Ltd entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Andhra Loyola College (ALC) to offer Certificate Programme in Banking, Finance and Insurance (CPBFI) from this academic year. The contents of the training include banking, insurance, communication skills, computer awareness and interview skills. A guest lecture was organised for the final year B Com students of the college on Wednesday on the topic ‘Skills for Success in the world of Banking’. The programme was organised by the Department of Commerce and Employability Skills Centre of Andhra Loyola College. Also Read – ZRCC member welcomes Suresh Angadi Advertise With Us Ajay Sathe, Group Head, Customer Experience and CSR, Bajaj Finserv Limited, Mumbai, delivered a guest lecture and said a majority of the jobs in the industry require students who can communicate with customers and make the business move. He said that the need is simply who can communicate in simple sentences and the students need to concentrate on this aspect while studying, he emphasised. Also Read – State government urged to release fee reimbursement dues Advertise With Us The young graduates could be mounded as professional to meet the emerging needs of the business sector, he said. Principal Rev Fr G M Victor Immanuel appreciated Ch Veeraiah Chowdary, Head of the Dept of Commerce and Dr G Sahaya Baskaran, coordinator of Employability Skills Centre for facilitating the MoU. Rajasekhara Reddy, director, RARE Academy and Rev Fr S Melchior participated along with the staff and students of ALC.