NSE Academy, an arm of leading stock exchange NSE, and the Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) have joined hands to impart financial literacy to Class IX students throughout Nagaland.
NBSE has made NSE Academy's financial literacy course compulsory for the students of Class IX, for all higher secondary schools under the board.
More than 15,000 students are expected to enrol for this course this year, NSE said in a statement.
"The financial literacy course called 'concepts of financial literacy has been designed by NSE Academy and will help in familiarising students about the basics of finance and financial planning," the exchange added.
The topics under the course include financial planning, setting of financial goals, concepts of savings and investments, banking transactions and making a family budget.
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