DAR ES SALAAM: THE Nationwide Financial institution of Commerce (NBC) has supplied training on banking points and the significance of cultivating a tradition of saving to college students of Tambaza Secondary College in Ilala, Dar es Salaam.
The financial institution’s initiative goals to offer alternatives for the scholars to be taught from grassroots monetary issues as a way to domesticate a tradition of saving, develop entrepreneurial concepts and perceive how one can use monetary establishments to construct their financial system.
NBC’s Head of Operations, Ms Alelio Lowassa accompanied by Head of Buyer Service, Ms Salama Mussa, Director of Audit Division, Mr Fulgence Shiraji and different officers, the workforce instructed the scholars that saving cash helps them to set targets, and confirmed how incomes curiosity helps cash develop over time.
Ms Lowassa stated the tradition of saving goals at constructing monetary consciousness and abilities amongst younger technology, together with those that are anticipated to finish secondary training and pursue greater training, in addition to those that will enter the workforce.
“Monetary training for college students is essential as a result of it permits them to know early on how one can handle and management their funds, create and comply with budgets, and make sound monetary choices. It additionally teaches them the significance of saving, investing and utilizing credit score correctly to those tomorrow’s entrepreneurs,” she stated.
The coaching included shows on numerous matters associated to finance and entrepreneurship, in addition to offering alternatives for the scholars to reply to and talk about numerous points associated to the matters.
The varsity’s Headmaster, Mr Hussein Mavumba, expressed his gratitude to NBC for offering the coaching and the training that will profit the scholars sooner or later.
“These sorts of classes are crucial; sadly, not all college students have been in a position to obtain it,” he added.
Talking on behalf of their fellow college students, Siti Omary and Erick Massawe thanked NBC for offering the coaching and promised to place it into follow, particularly within the area of saving.