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Financial literacy is a crucial skill for students as it equips them with the knowledge and tools necessary to manage their finances effectively, make informed financial decisions, and prepare for a financially stable future.
The Learn to Earn 3.0 program, organized by the SRC General and Financial Secretaries, aimed to equip students with essential financial literacy skills. This comprehensive program attracted over 4,000 participants, making it a resounding success in our institution.


The program had the following key objectives:
a. To educate students on fundamental financial concepts, including budgeting, saving and investing.
b. To provide practical tools and resources for students to implement effective financial planning
and management.
c. To empower students with the skills needed to make informed financial decisions, both during
their academic years and beyond.
d. To foster a culture of financial responsibility and accountability among the student body.

A series of interactive workshops and seminars were conducted by financial experts, covering topics such as budgeting, investing, credit management, financial goal setting and investment. Participants were provided with access to online resources, including articles, videos, and tools, toreinforce their learning.

Our esteemed guest speakers from the financial industry shared their insights and experiences, providing valuable real-world perspectives.
Open question-and-answer sessions allowed students to seek clarification and guidance on specific financial matters.

The feedback was overwhelmingly positive, with many expressing gratitude for the program's impact on their financial lives.
By imparting knowledge and fostering responsible financial behavior, this program did not only benefited individual participants but has also contributed to the overall financial well-being of our student community.