Open Source Lab

Introduction

Banks in India are exploring open source software’s (OSS) in their businesses. The areas that banks could use OSS include Mobile Banking, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, Financial Portals (internets and intranets), Learning Management Systems, etc.

The Institute’s Open Source Lab helps banks to use and explore opportunities of leveraging OSS in their businesses. The Lab helps banks to understand the Open Source Software proposition, what it stands for, what it means, and encourages them to explore using OSS in their own organisations.

Objectives

  • Carry out Research and Development in the areas of Open Source Technologies, with a specific focus on the Banking and Financial Sector
  • Enable Indian banks to try out OSS and engage with OSS to see its benefits through a state-of-the-art test bed
  • Foster an ecosystem of OSS vendors/developers, who are competent in banking technology
  • Offer training on Open Source Technologies

To start with, the Centre is offering Training Programmes on Open Source Technologies, Technologies for Financial Inclusion, and Authentication Techniques.

Coordinator

Dr. M. V. N. K. Prasad

Associate Professor

Research Fellows

Poonam Rajput

Guide: Dr. M. V. N. K. Prasad

Topic:

Research