Team EquityLevers is proud to receive copy of MOU under NEAT Program, GOI in the presence of Hon Minister for Education, Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank.
Standing from Left to right - Badri Narayanan, Founder Equitylevers, Dr Buddha Chandrashekhar, Chief Coordinating Officer, NEAT, Dr Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE, Dr. M P Poonia, Vice Chairman, AICTE, and Dr Prof. Rajive Kumar, Member Secretary.
We are proud to be part of this unique public-private partnership. We are among the 50 companies selected under this program form over 1400 applications. The program is designed with following objectives:
Provide industry grade personalized skilling products to students for improving employability
NEAT program to help market advanced skilling products to students and Academic Institutions
CSR Activity - Enable 25% free certifications for economically weaker students
Our Product - Skills Library
Our Skills Library offers 100 + simulations (structured assignments) and 30+ skill certifications across 10 finance subjects. Each certification comprises 2-3 (upto 5 hours) of live assignments in the subject area. The users gets auto certified based on their scores. Our video explainer:
Most finance subjects covered : Everyday finance, accounting, managerial accounting, corporate finance, investment finance, ratio analysis, financial modelling, valuation, derivatives, fixed income, mutual funds, wealth management, Indian financial instruments and risk management.
Each simulation attempt has new data sets as our projects are real time data enabled. This makes sure every student will need to solve.
Each certification also includes study material on how to solve and video recording of an expert solving the excel simulation. This makes it very easy to implement.
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Our Institutional Client Experience
“I think one of the most important things missing in our students is dirty hands. Students learn many concepts from textbooks and lectures but get very few chances to get their hands dirty in the form of applying those concepts to real life scenarios. In my opinion, this is where Indian Capstone Simulations (ICS) fills a vital gap.” Professor Narahari Hansoge, IIM