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The most important part of a comprehensive initiative is mapping the program. Program mapping includes deciding time frame, target groups, stakeholders, workforce, co-ordination, vision, objectives, policy, strategies, methods, materials, budgets, funding, monitoring and evaluation etc. The Commission has already formed the institutional framework for implementing the strategy in different committee structures with widespread participation. In this regard, Steering Committee and Technical Committee have been formed by the Commission. In addition, ten sub-committees have been created under the Technical Committee in order to help to proceed with the program. Apart from that, under the supervision of the Technical Committee, a number of working groups have also been formed for actual implementation of the programs.

Action Plan
As per the Action Plan, the following steps are required for successful implementation of the Financial Literacy Program:

      •   Formation of Committees
      •   Selection of Resource Persons
      •   Establishment of Department
      •   Capacity Building
      •   Promulgation of Rules
      •   Detailing Programs
      •   Development of Materials
      •   Training of Trainers (TOT)
      •   Liaison with Government Authorities
      •   Launching the Program
      •   Seminars and Workshops
      •   Regional Coordination
      •   Training Academy
      •   Monitoring and Supervision
      •   Budget and Funding

BSEC has started to work in this regard and has already implemented a number of steps. Though this work needs huge effort and involvement of each of the stakeholders, BSEC has successfully planned and going ahead to achieve the goal.

Stage Period Target Groups
Short Term 2016-2017   •    Existing investors;
  •    Employees of stakeholders;
  •    Teachers and trainers;
  •    Defense officers, judges, lawyers, journalists.
Midterm 2018-2019   •    School, college and university students;
  •    Civil/public servants, private sector officials;
  •    NGO employees, physicians, engineers;
  •    Middle income group.
Long Term 2020-2021   •    Home makers;
  •    Retired personnel, businessmen;
  •    Workers, Peasants;
  •    General public.