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While doing his B.Tech in computer science from an institute in Hyderabad, Sriram Raju created online games, which he played with friends. After completing studies, he landed a job with a local IT firm. Less than two years later, he is preparing to join Axis Bank, India’s third-largest private sector lender, where he will create IT products for mobile and develop web applications to make banking easier and safer for lakhs of customers.

Raju is currently enrolled in an 18-week online programme at Manipal Global Education Services’ School of FinTech. The batch is being trained exclusively

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