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Investor Awareness Programmes to be held in 5 Metros and a large number of Towns Across the Country

 It has been noticed that the participation of Indian population in the investment in the corporate sector is less than 1% as against the 15% in some of the developed countries.  It has also been seen that there is significant household savings available with the Indian households which can be channelized into the corporate economy which will result in not only higher returns for the investors but also more growth of the corporate sector as such.  The Ministry of Corporate Affairs is making an effort to bridge this gap by upscaling its investor awareness efforts. The Ministry has partnered with the professional institutes, trade and industry chambers, stock exchanges, SEBI, RBI, DPE etc. for organizing a large number of investor  awareness programmes throughout the year in order to reach out to the investors.  The Ministry of Corporate Affairs is also organizing the India Investor Week from July 13-17, 2010 in order to bring a national focus on the subject of investor awareness.

During the India Investor Week, five national events are being organized in the five metros where one of the industry chambers will be the lead organizer.  These events are as under :

 

         Date

    Station

Lead Organizer

July 13, 2010

Kolkata

FICCI

July 14, 2010

Mumbai

CII

July 15, 2010

Hyderabad

FAPCCI (Federation of A.P. Chambers of Commerce and Industry)

July 16, 2010

Bangalore

ASSOCHAM

July 17, 2010

Chennai

SICCI (Southern India Chamber of Commerce and Industry)

 

            During this week, a large number of investor awareness programmes will also be organized in other cities and towns of the country by various partner organizers.  The Ministry would be launching the investor awareness website in 12 regional languages during this week.  A comprehensive ‘Investor Guide’ in English will also be released during this week along with a ‘Beginners Guide’ which will be published in English, Hindi and regional languages.         

 



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