With the Launch of NSE Knowledge Hub, BFSI Sector to Soar

NSE Academy Limited (NAL) introduces the NSE Knowledge Hub, a unique Artificial Intelligence (AI) to assist the BFSI sector in enhancing skills.

NSE, a wholly owned subsidiary of the National Stock Exchange of India Ltd (NSE) launched The NSE Knowledge Hub, a unique Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered learning eco-system to assist the BFSI sector in enhancing skills for their employees and helping academic institutions in preparing future-ready talent skilled for the financial services industry.

NSE Knowledge Hub will bring world-class content closer to learners in a personalized and community learning environment which allows aggregation, curation, creation and targeting of content making it both learner centric and learner driven. The learning platform is powered by content aggregated from many internal, external, and premium sources, and enhanced by collaborative knowledge sharing from users. 

How does the Knowledge Hub works?

NSE Knowledge Hub will provide a unique learning system where organisations can define the learning strategy and business planning for their employees, track and measure the impact of learning.  A Learning Experience Platform (LXP), an in-built application on the platform, functions as a curation and content aggregation layer between an organization’s internal digital learning assets, the vast amount of external content available on the Internet, and user-generated content. Enterprises can upskill workforce and enhance employee performance through collaborative innovation. University/College learners can learn current skills and be future-ready thru content/certifications that complement their academic curriculum. NSE Knowledge Hub is powered by ‘Edcast’.

Shri Piyush Goyal, Hon’ble Minister of Commerce and Industries; Minister of Railways inaugurated NSE Knowledge Hub in the presence of Shri Vikram Limaye, MD & CEO, NSE and other dignitaries.

Shri Vikram Limaye, MD & CEO, NSE said,” NSE has democratized the access to capital markets and is focused on the financial wellbeing of the nation. In our constant endeavour to promote financial learning as a necessary life skill, NAL has embarked on an ambitious journey in the digital learning space and we are confident that this initiative will make us the Knowledge Exchange of India.”

In its pilot phase, NSE Knowledge Hub has garnered very encouraging response and interest from industry leaders, especially Learning & Development experts and the faculty in educational institutions, as this unique learning eco-system enhances the levels of performance for organizations that produces dramatic business and economic impact and value. NAL targets to have 100 plus leading education institutions and BFSI organisations as part of the community during the initial period.

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