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Financial Education for Young Citizen “Kona Kona Siksha”

Date - 9th JAN to 10th JAN 2024

The School of Finance and Commerce recently organized a workshop titled "Kona Kona Siksha" on 9th Jan to 10th Jan 2024, focusing on financial education for young citizens. The workshop aimed to empower participants with essential knowledge on stocks, Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), and Systematic Investment Plans (SIPs). Kona Kona Siksha" successfully equipped young citizens with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate the dynamic world of finance. The School of Finance and Commerce remains committed to fostering financial literacy, empowering the next generation to make informed and strategic financial choices.

The event commenced with an insightful overview of the financial landscape, emphasizing the importance of early financial literacy. Participants delved into the intricacies of stock markets, gaining a comprehensive understanding of investment strategies and risk management. The workshop's highlight was an in-depth exploration of IPOs, shedding light on the process, benefits, and risks associated with investing in newly listed companies.

The session on SIPs provided practical insights into disciplined long-term wealth creation through systematic investment. Interactive discussions and case studies enriched the learning experience, ensuring participants grasped the nuances of financial decision-making.

Attendees engaged in informative sessions that demystified the complexities of the stock market, providing insights into investment strategies and risk management practices. The workshop dedicated significant attention to IPOs, offering a detailed exploration of their processes, potential advantages, and associated risks, enabling participants to make informed investment decisions.

“Kona Kona Siksha" succeeded in equipping young citizens with essential financial knowledge, empowering them to navigate the intricacies of financial markets. The School of Finance and Commerce remains committed to promoting financial literacy, ensuring that the next generation is well-prepared to make sound financial choices.

Mentor Name – Mr. Chandresh Gupta

Department Name – School of Finance and Commerce

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