Divya Deepak’s dream contribution to the Indian Economy – Unconditional Way

By 2024, Divya’s vision is to substantially increase and strengthen the participation of women investors in the Capital Market. The USA has more than 50% of the population who are actively engaged in the Stock Market, while China has more than 37% of the population who are directly invested in Financial Markets, however, in India, there are less than 10% of investors, who are directly engaged with Stock Markets. In this regard, Divya wants to be a front runner to help the growth of the Indian Economy by participating in all the RBI and SEBI’s initiatives to increase the financial awareness among the semi-urban and rural population using digital marketing skills.

She also wants to actively engage to penetrate the Capital Market through all corners of the country. In addition to these, she wants to become a Ted X speaker, to be an influencer for the budding entrepreneurs and investors in the Stock Market, to emerge as a prominent woman face in the financial sector. To build a successful digital training institute that helps students and professionals master the skills in Equities, Derivatives, Mutual Funds, Options Trading Strategies, Depository Participants, Commodities Trading, Currency Derivatives, Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management. To experiment with the new ideas with courage and successfully implement them. To publish a book relating to Financial Planning and Financial Markets. To become a social media influencer through digital marketing. To prepare and help education institutions through regulatory bodies incorporate financial planning in the syllabus of schools and colleges. To actively work with Financial Institutions such as Banks, NBFC’s, Mutual Fund Companies, Stock Brokers to enhance the awareness of financial education among the semi-urban and rural population. To earn a monthly income of 10 lacs per month from my business and donate a part of it for the benefit of enhancing financial education in the rural sector. To actively participate in government schemes helping to spread financial education among the underprivileged section of the society.

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