Pune, October 11, 2023: Kotak Mutual Fund conducted its investor education and awareness initiative, ‘Seekho Paiso ki Bhasha’, in partnership with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in Pune. This initiative is set to pave the way for financial literacy by conducting an extensive series of education and awareness programs aimed at empowering teachers fostering their growth of financial understanding, and ultimately which can help contribute to India’s journey towards a potential progressive future.
The initiative aims to educate and create awareness about financial literacy among over 7575 CBSE teachers in Maharashtra and over 2100 teachers in Pune. Out of these, 50% are expected to be female, underscoring to fostering of equitable growth and development.
As part of the initiative, Kotak Mutual Fund has brought on board over 500 proficient trainers from the Centre for Investment Education and Learning (CIEL) who lead the impactful sessions, ensuring that quality and relevance were upheld throughout the program.
The Orbis School’s Principal, Mrs Farida Harianawala said, “We are excited to be a part of this initiative by Kotak Mutual Fund and CBSE. The session provided teachers with valuable resources, information, and essential skills required in our financial journey. Understanding investment terms has also helped us align our financial goals and commence our financial journey.”
Mr. Kinjal Shah, Head- Digital Business, Marketing and Analytics, Kotak Mutual Fund “Through this Investor Education and Awareness Program ‘Seekho Paiso ki Bhasha,’ we are deeply committed to cultivating financial empowerment. We believe that teachers play a vital role in shaping our nation’s destiny and moulding the new generation. Our partnership with CBSE is to educate and create awareness amongst the esteemed educators about financial literacy and investment. Collectively, we can shape a future where financially aware teachers may help improve the economy.”
This initiative represents a significant step towards the realization of a financially empowered India, with an aim of aligning perfectly with the nation’s aspiration for progress and growth. With ‘Seekho Paiso ki Bhasha’ hope that it helps to shape the financial fabric of the country.
An investor education and awareness initiative by Kotak Mutual Fund
Visit https://www.kotakmf.com/iap-disclaimers/ to know more about the process to complete a one-time Know Your Customer (KYC) requirement to invest in Mutual Funds, procedure w.r.t. change of address, phone number, bank account details, etc. Investors should only deal with registered Mutual Funds, details of which can be verified on the SEBI website (www.sebi.gov.in/intermediaries.html). For any queries, complaints and grievance redressal, investors may reach out to the AMCS and/or Investor Relations Officer. Additionally, investors may also lodge complaints on https://scores.gov.in if they are unsatisfied with the resolution given by AMCS. SCORES portal facilitates you to lodge your complaint online with SEBI and subsequently view its status.
Mutual fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.