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This course is developed for the people who would like to learn
about Grant raising process, challenges, opportunities
in different forms from different funders
Course Duration: 18th October 2021 - 3 hours (4:00 pm - 7:00 pm IST)
NOW AT Fees: $35 or INR 2995/-
Achala Scholarship available for special cases
This course is developed for the people who would like to learn about Grant making and raising process, challenges, opportunities in different forms from different funders.
Shri. Nixon Joseph
(Lead Trainer and Former President and COO, SBI Foundation
Shri Nixon Joseph is the former President and Chief Operating Officer at SBI Foundation. He has been actively involved in a lot of developmental and community service banking activities. He worked closely with the SBI's Flagship programs and is the face behind the success of these CSR initiatives. Shri Nixon Joseph joined SBI as a probationary officer in 1985. As a banker, he has extensive experience in various facets of Banking like Corporate Credit, Retail Operations and International Banking. His International assignments include Manager, SBI Bahrain and Chief Executive Officer, SBI Tokyo Branch.
He is a Certified Credit, Compliance and Information Systems Banker. He has received Dr APJ Abdul Kalam award for professional excellence and also is the former President of Toastmasters Club, Tokyo and a founding member of Tokyo International debating society. He is known for his love for distance running and has successfully completed 45 full marathons (42.195 KMs), the only public sector banker with such an achievement. As the coordinator of SBI Youth for India, a flagship program of SBI, he mentored hundreds of youths. Through his active involvement in spearheading operations, SBI Foundation has positively impacted millions of lives
On enrolling in the course you get the access of the pre-reading material
All the classes are held on the online platform with break-out rooms.
Learn in the workshops and solve real-time problems.