Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Indraprastha College Organizes “Financial Literacy Awareness Programme”

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Srijonee Basu
I am Srijonee Basu. I hail from Kolkata, West Bengal. I did my schooling from Mahadevi Birla World Academy (formerly known as Mahadevi Birla Girls' Higher Secondary School). Presently, I am pursuing B.A. English (Hons.), from Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi. I love music and movies. I am a fairly good singer. I also like to read books and I sometimes write short stories, skits and articles.

Financial-Literacy[1] The Department of Commerce of Indraprastha College for Women organized an insightful seminar on Financial Literacy on 20th January 2016 by Varun Malhotra, the director and instructor at EIFS. He has an MBA degree in Finance from IIM, Ahmedabad, and Washington University in St. Louis, USA, and has completed all three levels of CMT and CFA.

In this Financial Literacy Awareness Programme (FLAP), he went over some of the basics of how money works globally and how to earn, manage, and invest it to gain potential profits.

At the age of 18, we college students should be earning, even if it’s just a little bit, and not be a complete liability. We can get money through freelancing, working as a barista or in libraries, etc. What little we earn can be invested in the long-term stock index, and the next forty or forty-five years, going by the average rates of return, the profits will be huge!

Also, the stock market never gives you zero return! If invested at the right time and after proper considerations, the stock market can be very profitable.

A little tip from Varun Malhotra:

“Buy when people are selling and sell when people are buying!”



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