Financial Educational Workshop by SEBI

The US Financial Literacy and Education commission defines financial literacy as “the ability to make informed judgments and to take effective actions regarding the current and future use and management of money”. The intent of financial education is to concentrate on financial activities and behavior that promote general financial well-being and health.  Along this line, management education has a bigger role to educate the management students to explore the philosophy of financial education that can help them in taking intelligent financial decision.

A workshop was organized at MARC school of Business campus on 4th of May, 2013 and the theme of the workshop was “Financial Planning for young investors”. It was jointly organized by Security and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and National Institute of Security Markets (NISM). Conducted by Prof. T. S. Vidyasagar, the objective of the workshop was to spread financial education and promote savings and investments. Prof T. S. Vidyasagar is Resource person for SEBI and he has specialized in Strategic Management, Marketing & Sales, Entrepreneurship, Training and development, Brand Management and Event Management in Pharmaceutical and natural products industry. Currently, he is associated with Thimma Performance Consultants Group.

Individuals take a wide range of financial decisions in a life-time that include saving for retirements, managing credit wisely, budgeting, tax and estate planning, insurance etc. Each of these decisions is prompted by emergence of needs. To make informed decisions, the basic knowledge of finance and investment is necessary. Mr. Vidyasagar contextually explained that, an individual tends to spend the personal earnings before deciding on the remaining amount that can go under savings. However, this is not an intelligent approach for a better financial future. The preference should first be given to saving a fixed amount after which remaining amount can be spent for personal needs and expenses. This helps in maintaining a consistency in building up brighter future. He further went to in-depth understanding of financial management and stock market and how these play a pivotal role in the economy.

It was a learning session for the management students of MARC as they explored the world of financial management. “Amazing class of SEBI which compelled us to think about the stock exchange, savings and how to play with your money”, Mr. Shashank Verma said. Another Student of MARC, Mr. Om Prakash Pandey said, “SEBI class was very knowledgeable and meaningful. In that class, I have understood how we can invest are money in a logical way, how I can become a smart investor in stock market, how stock market is predicted by the knowledgeable investors. SEBI have lot of short term Courses for the students which are use full in future.” A delighted Mr. Dipankar Roy, student of MARC School of Business expresses his experience here, “Thank you so much for facilitating such kind of opportunity. The SEBI session was really informative. How we can make our investment more valuable and perfect with the help of markets fundamental analysis and technical analysis. We also came to know the quantitative analysis which includes looking at revenue, expenses, asset and liabilities and all the other financial aspect of the company, all these are the cornerstone of investing. All these geared up my interest to feed more information regarding stock and share market. So that no one can make fool in future. I would like to thank my Institute, SEBI and Government of India for such kind of initiative.”

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