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FIDELITY INDIA CHILDRENS PLAN (FICP)Investment Objective                    The investment objectives of each Fund under t...
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Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
Fidelity tax advantage fund application form
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  1. 1. Fidelity Short Term Income Fund An open-ended income schemeFidelity India Childrens PlanAn open-ended hybrid Plan comprising three funds April 27, 2011
  2. 2. FIDELITY EQUITY FUND (FEF) FIDELITY INDIA SPECIAL SITUATIONS FUND (FISSF)Investment Objective To generate long-term capital growth from a diversified portfolio of predominantly To generate long-term capital growth from a diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related securities. equity and equity related securities including equity derivatives. Information on Special Situations The Scheme will primarily be a diversified equity fund which will seek to invest in undervalued companies for long term investment with key theme focus being "Special Situations"-these are situations that are out-of-the-ordinary and which therefore present interesting stock picking opportunities. The types of companies that may fall within the scope of Special Situations could include but are not limited to companies with recovery potential, companies whose growth potential may not be fully recognised by the market, companies with hidden/undervalued assets whose value may not be fully recognised by the market, companies with interesting product pipelines which could offer good earnings potential, companies undertaking corporate restructuring, companies which could be potential candidates for mergers and acquisitions related activities.Asset Allocation Types of Instruments Normal Allocation (% of net assets) Risk ProfilePattern Equity and equity related securities* 80 to 100 High Money market instruments 0 to 20 Low to Medium * Includes investments in Offshore securities, ADRs and GDRs not exceeding 10% of the net assets of the Scheme subject to SEBI Guidelines. In respect of Fidelity India Special Situations Fund, also includes investments in equity derivatives.Investment Strategy Please refer to page 13 for detailsPlans Not AvailableOptions Growth and Dividend. The Dividend Option offers Payout and Reinvestment facilities.Minimum Application Size Initial Investment Additional Investment Initial Investment Additional Investment(Lumpsum Investmentper Application) Rs. 5,000 Rs. 1,000 Rs. 5,000 Rs. 1,000Minimum Application Size Min. Instalment Amount Min. No. of Instalments Min. Aggregate Investment(Systematic Investment Rs. 500 (a) Monthly: 6 (b) Quarterly: 6 (c) Semi-annually: 2 (d) Annually: 2 Rs. 5,000per Application) All the above three conditions to be jointly fulfilledMinimum Redemption Size Rs. 1,000 or 100 units. In case of Units held in dematerialised mode, the Unit Holder can give a request for Redemption only in number of Units.Benchmark Index BSE 200 IndexDividend Policy The Trustee may decide to distribute by way of dividend, the surplus by way of realised profit, dividends and interest, net of losses, expenses and taxes, if any, to Unit Holders in the dividend option of the Scheme if such surplus is available and adequate for distribution in the opinion of the Trustee. The Trustees decision with regard to availability and adequacy, rate, timing and frequency of distribution shall be final. The dividend will be due to only those Unit Holders whose names appear in the register of Unit Holders in the dividend option of the Scheme on the record date which will be fixed by the Trustees and announced in advance. Further, the NAV shall be adjusted to the extent of dividend distribution and statutory levy, if any, at the close of business hours on record date. Within one day of the decision by the Trustees regarding dividend distribution rate and record date, AMC shall issue notice to the public communicating the decision including the record date. The record date shall be 5 calendar days from the issue of notice. Such notice shall be given in one English daily newspaper having nationwide circulation as well as in a newspaper published in the language of the region where the head office of the mutual fund is situated. The Unit Holders will have the option of receiving the dividend or reinvesting the same. The dividend will be reinvested at the Applicable NAV of the immediately following Business Day. In case of investors opting for dividend payout facility, the AMC shall dispatch to the Unit Holders, the dividend warrants within 30 days of the date of declaration of dividend. Under the dividend payout facility, if the amount of dividend payable to the Unit Holder is less than Rs. 500, then the dividend amount will be compulsorily reinvested in the Scheme.Dividend Frequency Dividend Frequency Record Date Facilities available Dividend Frequency Record Date Facilities availableand Record Dates At Trustees Would be announced Reinvestment and At Trustees Would be announced Reinvestment and Discretion in advance Payout Discretion in advance PayoutName of Fund Manager(s) Sandeep Kothari and Nitin Bajaj and Anirudh Gopalakrishnan (for investments in foreign securities) Anirudh Gopalakrishnan (for investments in foreign securities)Performance of Compounded Compounded Fidelity India SpecialSchemes (as on Annualised Returns Fidelity Equity Fund BSE 200 Annualised Returns Situations Fund BSE 200March 31, 2011) 1 year 18.02% 8.15% 1 year 12.25% 8.15% 3 years 14.67% 7.17% 3 years 11.89% 7.17% 5 years 15.31% 10.98%NAVs of Growth Option are used Since inception 24.59% 18.79% Since inception 13.76% 13.53%for calculation of returns. Returns Date of Allotment/ Date of Allotment/ May 16, 2005 Inception Date May 22, 2006have been calculated on the face Inception Datevalue of Rs. 10/- per unit. Absolute Returns Absolute ReturnsPast Performance may or may 120% – 111.90not be sustained in future. 105% – 92.87 100% – 92.87 89.48 90% – 80% – 75% – 60% – 60% – 40% – 20.65 21.25 45% – 24.13 20% – 10.73 12.25 30% – 15.24 17.38 24.13 18.02 0% – FY 08-09 8.15 15% – 10.20 8.15 FY 08-09 -20% – FY 06-07* FY 07-08 FY 09-10 FY 10-11 0% – -40% – -15% – FY 06-07 FY 07-08 FY 09-10 FY 10-11 -60% – -41.10 -40.98 -30% – -45% – -32.57 Fidelity India Special Situations Fund BSE 200 -40.98 Fidelity Equity Fund BSE 200 * from inception (May 22, 2006) to March 31, 2007Expenses Load Structure Exit Load: For redemption within 1 year from the date of allotment or Purchase applying First in First Out basis 1.00% A switch-out or a withdrawal under SWP may also attract an Exit Load like any Redemption. No Exit Loads/CDSC will be chargeable in case of switches made For Ongoing Offer between different options of the Scheme. No Exit loads will be chargeable in case of; (i) Units allotted on account of dividend reinvestments; and (ii) Units issued by way of bonus, if any. In case of units switched out/systematically transferred to another option within the Scheme and if subsequently redeemed, for the purpose of determining the Exit Load, the date when such units were first allotted in the Scheme will be considered as the purchase/allotment date.No. of Folios (Live Accounts) 2,62,510 1,28,672as at March 31, 2011Assets under Management 3,288.38 876.92(AUM) (Rs. in crores)as at March 31, 2011 2
  3. 3. FIDELITY INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FUND (FIOF) FIDELITY TAX ADVANTAGE FUND (FTAF)Investment Objective To generate long-term capital appreciation from a diversified portfolio of To generate long-term capital growth from a diversified portfolio of predominantly predominantly equity and equity related securities including equity derivatives in equity and equity related securities. the Indian and international markets.Asset Allocation Types of Instruments Normal Allocation Risk Profile Types of Instruments Normal Allocation Risk ProfilePattern (% of net assets) (% of net assets) Equity and equity related securities^ (including 80 to 100 Medium Equity and equity related securities* 80 to 100 High Indian and foreign equity securities to as permitted by SEBI/RBI*) High Money market instruments 0 to 20 Low to Medium Money market instruments 0 to 20 Low to Medium *Includes investments in Offshore securities, ADRs and GDRs not exceeding 10% of the net assets of the Scheme subject to SEBI Guidelines. ^ Includes investments in equity derivatives. * Investments in Foreign Securities will not exceed the limit specified by SEBI. Under current regulations, the fund managers will seek to invest more than 65% of net assets in equity shares of domestic companies and around 30% of its net assets in Foreign Securities in order to avail of the prevailing tax benefit of long term capital gains. However, investments in Foreign Securities could be lower than 30% of the net assets due to the limit set on investments in Foreign Securities or could be in excess of 30% of its net assets subject to the limit specified by SEBI, in case of amendment in the tax laws.Investment Strategy Please refer to page 13 for detailsPlans Not AvailableOptions Growth and Dividend. The Dividend Option offers Payout and Reinvestment facilities.Minimum Application Size Initial Investment Additional Investment Initial Investment Additional Investment(Lumpsum Investment Rs. 5,000 Rs. 1,000 Rs. 500 and in multiples of Rs. 500 and in multiples ofper Application) Rs. 500 thereafter Rs. 500 thereafterMinimum Application Size Min. Instalment Amount Min. No. of Instalments Min. Aggregate Investment Min. Instalment Amount Min. No. of Instalments Min. Aggregate Investment(Systematic Investment Rs. 500 (a) Monthly: 6 (b) Quarterly: 6 Rs. 5,000 Rs. 500 (a) Monthly: 6 (b) Quarterly: 6 Rs. 5,000per Application) (c) Semi-annually: 2 (d) Annually: 2 (c) Semi-annually: 2 (d) Annually: 2 All the above three conditions to be jointly fulfilledMinimum Redemption Size Rs. 1,000 or 100 units. In case of Units held in dematerialised mode, the Rs. 500 or 50 units. In case of Units held in dematerialised mode, the Unit Unit Holder can give a request for Redemption only in number of Units. Holder can give a request for Redemption only in number of Units.Benchmark Index A custom benchmark created using the BSE 200 to the extent of 65% of BSE 200 Index portfolio and MSCI AC Asia Pacific ex Japan for balance 35%Dividend Policy The Trustee may decide to distribute by way of dividend, the surplus by way of realised profit, dividends and interest, net of losses, expenses and taxes, if any, to Unit Holders in the dividend option of the Scheme if such surplus is available and adequate for distribution in the opinion of the Trustee. The Trustees decision with regard to availability and adequacy, rate, timing and frequency of distribution shall be final. The dividend will be due to only those Unit Holders whose names appear in the register of Unit Holders in the dividend option of the Scheme on the record date which will be fixed by the Trustees and announced in advance. Further, the NAV shall be adjusted to the extent of dividend distribution and statutory levy, if any, at the close of business hours on record date. Within one day of the decision by the Trustees regarding dividend distribution rate and record date, AMC shall issue notice to the public communicating the decision including the record date. The record date shall be 5 calendar days from the issue of notice. Such notice shall be given in one English daily newspaper having nationwide circulation as well as in a newspaper published in the language of the region where the head office of the mutual fund is situated. The Unit Holders will have the option of receiving the dividend or reinvesting the same. The dividend will be reinvested at the Applicable NAV of the immediately following Business Day. In case of investors opting for dividend payout facility, the AMC shall dispatch to the Unit Holders, the dividend warrants within 30 days of the date of declaration of dividend. For FIOF under the dividend payout facility, if the amount of dividend payable to the Unit Holder is less than Rs. 500, then the dividend amount will be compulsorily reinvested in the Scheme.Dividend Frequency Dividend Frequency Record Date Facilities available Dividend Frequency Record Date Facilities availableand Record Dates At Trustees Would be announced Reinvestment and At Trustees Would be announced Reinvestment and Discretion in advance Payout Discretion in advance PayoutName of Fund Manager(s) Sandeep Kothari and Sandeep Kothari Anirudh Gopalakrishnan (for investments in foreign securities)Performance of Compounded Annualised Returns Fidelity International Opportunities Fund Benchmark* Compounded Annualised Returns Fidelity Tax Advantage Fund BSE 200Schemes (as on 1 year 15.15% 11.61% 1 year 18.75% 8.15%March 31, 2011) 3 years 11.65% 8.29% 3 years 15.51% 7.17% Since inception 8.82% 8.65% 5 years 15.82% 10.98% Date of Allotment/Inception Date May 28, 2007 Since inception 17.23% 12.79%NAVs of Growth Option are used Date of Allotment/Inception Date February 27, 2006for calculation of returns. * FIOF is benchmarked to a custom benchmark created by assigning 65% weight to BSE 200 andReturns have been calculated 35% weight to MSCI AC Asia Pacific ex Japan Absolute Returnson the face value of Rs. 10/- per Absolute Returns 90.90 92.87unit. 100% – 90.76 100% – 80.28 80% –Past Performance may or may 80% –not be sustained in future. 60% – 60% – 40% – 40% – 24.13 15.15 11.61 19.88 18.75 8.15 20% – -0.57 8.30 20% – 12.86 10.20 FY 08-09 FY 08-09 0% – 0% – FY 09-10 FY 10-11 -10% – FY 06-07 FY 07-08 FY 09-10 FY 10-11 -20% – FY 07-08* -40% – -20% – -30% – -30% – -40% – -36.64 -36.88 -40% – -32.02 -50% – -40.98 Fidelity International Opportunities Fund Benchmark Fidelity Tax Advantage Fund BSE 200 * from inception (May 28, 2007) to March 31, 2008Expenses Load Structure Exit Load: For redemption within 1 year from the date of allotment or Purchase applying First in Exit Load: NIL First Out basis: 1.00% No Exit Loads/CDSC will be chargeable in case of switches made between For Ongoing Offer A switch-out or a withdrawal under SWP or a transfer under STP may also attract an Exit Load different options of the Scheme. like any Redemption. No Exit Loads/CDSC will be chargeable in case of switches made between different options of the Scheme. No Exit loads will be chargeable in case of; (i) Units allotted on account of No Exit loads will be chargeable in case of; (i) Units allotted on account of dividend reinvestments; dividend reinvestments; and (ii) Units issued by way of bonus, if any. In case and (ii) Units issued by way of bonus, if any. In case of units switched out/systematically transferred of units switched out/systematically transferred to another option within the to another option within the Scheme and if subsequently redeemed, for the purpose of determining Scheme and if subsequently redeemed, for the purpose of determining the Exit the Exit Load, the date when such units were first allotted in the Scheme will be considered as Load, the date when such units were first allotted in the Scheme will be the purchase/allotment date. considered as the purchase/allotment date.No. of Folios (Live Accounts) 1,04,749 3,15,960as at March 31, 2011Assets under Management 420.96 1,280.88(AUM) (Rs. in crores)as at March 31, 20113
  4. 4. FIDELITY INDIA GROWTH FUND (FIGF) FIDELITY INDIA VALUE FUND (FIVF)Investment Objective To generate long-term capital appreciation from a diversified portfolio of To generate long-term capital appreciation from a diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related securities including equity derivatives, predominantly equity and equity related securities, in the Indian markets with in the Indian markets. The Scheme could also additionally invest in Foreign higher focus on undervalued securities. The Scheme could also additionally invest Securities in international markets. in Foreign Securities in international markets.Asset Allocation Types of Instruments Normal Allocation Risk Profile Types of Instruments Normal Allocation RiskPattern (% of net assets) (% of net assets) Profile Equity and equity related securities^ (including Maximum Minimum Indian and foreign equity securities as permitted by SEBI/RBI*) 80 to 100 Medium to high Equity and equity related securities^ Money market instruments 0 to 20 Low to medium Indian equity securities 100 80 Medium to High ^ Includes investments in equity derivatives. Foreign Securities including overseas ETFs* 10 0 Medium to * The Scheme may invest in Foreign Securities upto 10% of its net assets (as permitted by SEBI/RBI) High subject to the limit specified by SEBI. Debt Securities**, Money market 20 0 Low to instruments, Cash and domestic ETFs* Medium ^ Includes investments in equity derivatives. * Investments in ETFs will be within the limits specified under the Regulations from time to time. ** including securitised debt.Investment Strategy Please refer to page 13 and 15 for detailsPlans Not AvailableOptions Growth and Dividend. The Dividend option offers Dividend Payout and Dividend Reinvestment facilities.Minimum Application Size Initial Investment Additional Investment Initial Investment Additional Investment(Lumpsum Investmentper Application) Rs. 5,000 Rs. 1,000 Rs. 5,000 Rs. 1,000Minimum Application Size Min. Instalment Amount Min. No. of Instalments Min. Aggregate Investment(Systematic Investment Rs. 500 (a) Monthly: 6 (b) Quarterly: 6 (c) Semi-annually: 2 (d) Annually: 2 Rs. 5,000per Application) All the above three conditions to be jointly fulfilledMinimum Redemption Size Rs. 1000 or 100 units. In case of Units held in dematerialised mode, the Unit Holder can give a request for Redemption only in number of Units.Benchmark Index BSE 200 IndexDividend Policy The Trustee may decide to distribute by way of dividend, the surplus by way of realised profit, dividends and interest, net of losses, expenses and taxes, if any, to Unit Holders in the dividend option of the Scheme if such surplus is available and adequate for distribution in the opinion of the Trustee. The Trustees decision with regard to availability and adequacy, rate, timing and frequency of distribution shall be final. The dividend will be due to only those Unit Holders whose names appear in the register of Unit Holders in the Dividend option of the Scheme on the record date which will be fixed by the Trustees and announced in advance. Further, the NAV shall be adjusted to the extent of dividend distribution and statutory levy, if any, at the close of business hours on record date. Within one day of the decision by the Trustees regarding dividend distribution rate and record date, AMC shall issue notice to the public communicating the decision including the record date. The record date shall be 5 calendar days from the issue of notice. Such notice shall be given in one English daily newspaper having nationwide circulation as well as in a newspaper published in the language of the region where the head office of the mutual fund is situated. The Unit Holders will have the option of receiving the dividend or reinvesting the same. The dividend will be reinvested at the Applicable NAV of the immediately following Business Day. In case of investors opting for dividend payout facility, the AMC shall dispatch to the Unit Holders, the dividend warrants within 30 days of the date of declaration of dividend. Under the dividend payout facility, if the amount of dividend payable to the Unit Holder is less than Rs. 500, then the dividend amount will be compulsorily reinvested in the Scheme.Dividend Frequency Dividend Frequency Record Date Facilities available Dividend Frequency Record Date Facilities availableand Record Dates At Trustees Discretion Would be announced in advance Reinvestment and Payout At Trustees Discretion Would be announced in advance Reinvestment and PayoutName of Fund Manager(s) Sandeep Kothari and Nitin Bajaj and Anirudh Gopalakrishnan (for investments in foreign securities) Anirudh Gopalakrishnan (for investments in foreign securities)Performance of Compounded Annualised Returns Fidelity India Growth Fund BSE 200 Compounded Annualised Returns Fidelity India Value Fund BSE 200Schemes (as on 1 year 17.88% 8.15% 1 year 8.00% 8.15%March 31, 2011) 3 years 15.33% 7.17% Since inception 9.51% 6.07% Since inception* 7.08% 1.62% Date of Allotment/Inception Date January 8, 2010NAVs of Growth Option are used for Date of Allotment/Inception Date October 23, 2007calculation of returns. Returns have Absolute Returns Absolute Returnsbeen calculated on the face value of 25% – 24.03Rs. 10/- per unit. 100% – 91.25 92.87 75% – 20% –Past Performance may or may not 14.86be sustained in future. 50% – 15% – 17.88 10% – 8.00 8.15 25% – 8.15 FY 07-08* FY 08-09 5% – 0% – FY 09-10 FY 10-11 0% – -25% – -17.53 -14.16 -31.95 -40.98 FY 09-10* FY 10-11 -50% – Fidelity India Growth Fund Benchmark Fidelity India Value Fund Benchmark * from inception (October 23, 2007) to March 31, 2008 * from inception (January 8, 2010) to March 31, 2010Expenses Load Structure Exit Load: For Ongoing Offer For Redemption Load (% of Applicable NAV) Within 1 year from the date of allotment or Purchase applying First in First Out basis. 1.00% A switch-out or a withdrawal under SWP or a transfer under STP may also attract an Exit Load like any Redemption. No Exit Loads/CDSC will be chargeable in case of switches made between different options of the Scheme. No Exit loads will be chargeable in case of; (i) Units allotted on account of dividend reinvestments; and (ii) Units issued by way of bonus, if any. In case of units switched out/systematically transferred to another option within the Scheme and if subsequently redeemed, for the purpose of determining the Exit Load, the date when such units were first allotted in the Scheme will be considered as the purchase/allotment date.No. of Folios (Live Accounts) 67,610 13,597as at March 31, 2011Assets under Management(AUM) (Rs. in crores) 339.91 164.28as at March 31, 2011 4
  5. 5. FIDELITY INDIA CHILDRENS PLAN (FICP)Investment Objective The investment objectives of each Fund under the Plan are as follows: Education Fund: To seek to generate long-term capital appreciation from a diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related securities and to generate reasonable returns through a portfolio of debt and money market instruments to help generating funds in the long term to save for the cost of childrens education. Marriage Fund: To seek to generate long-term capital appreciation from a diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related securities and to generate reasonable returns through a portfolio of debt and money market instruments. The Fund could also additionally invest in domestic Gold ETFs. This could help generating funds in the long term to save for the cost of childrens marriage. Savings Fund: To seek to generate reasonable returns predominantly from a diversified portfolio of debt and money market instruments.Asset Allocation Under normal circumstances, it is anticipated that the asset allocation for each Fund shall be as follows:Pattern EDUCATION FUND: MARRIAGE FUND: Types of Instruments Indicative Allocation Normal Risk Profile Types of Instruments Indicative Allocation Normal Risk Profile Maximum Minimum Allocation Maximum Minimum Allocation (% of net assets) (% of net assets) Equity and Equity related securities 100 65 70 Medium to High Equity and Equity related securities 100 65 70 Medium to High Debt and Money Market Instruments including 35 0 30 Low to Medium Gold ETFs @ 25 0 20 Medium to High units of debt/fixed income schemes launched by mutual funds registered with SEBI * Debt and Money Market Instruments including 10 0 10 Low to Medium *includes investments in securitized debt up to 35% of net assets units of debt/fixed income schemes launched by mutual funds registered with SEBI* SAVINGS FUND: Types of Instruments Indicative Allocation Risk Profile @ Investments shall be made in Gold ETFs launched/registered in India and it shall be within the limits (% of net assets) specified under the Regulations from time to time. Maximum Minimum *includes investments in securitized debt up to 10% of net assets Debt and Money Market Instruments including units of 100 0 Low to Medium debt/fixed income schemes launched by mutual funds registered with SEBI* *includes investments in securitized debt up to 50% of its net assets. A Fund may, subject to applicable regulations from time to time, invest in foreign securities up to 25% of its net assets. A Fund may invest in derivatives up to 100% of its net assets for efficient portfolio management including for the purpose of hedging and portfolio balancing and optimizing returns to the extent permitted under and in accordance with the applicable Regulation. The cumulative gross exposure through Equity, Debt and Derivative positions will not exceed 100% of the net assets of a Fund.Investment Strategy Please refer to page 15 for detailsPlans Not AvailableOptions Growth option and Dividend option. The Dividend option offers Dividend Payout and Reinvestment facilities.Minimum Application Size Initial Investment Additional Investment(Lumpsum Investmentper Application) Rs. 5,000 per Fund Rs. 500 per FundMinimum Application Size Min. Instalment Amount Min. No. of Instalments Min. Aggregate Investment(Systematic Investment Rs. 500 (a) Monthly: 6 (b) Quarterly: 6 (c) Semi-annually: 2 (d) Annually: 2 Rs. 500per Application) All the above three conditions to be jointly fulfilledMinimum Redemption Size Rs. 1000 or 100 units.Benchmark Index Education Fund: 70% - BSE 200 Index and 30% - CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index; Marriage Fund: 70% - BSE 200 Index; 20% - Gold Prices and 10% - CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index; Savings Fund : CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund IndexDividend Policy The Trustee may decide to distribute, by way of dividend, the surplus by way of realised profit, dividends and interest, net of losses, expenses and taxes, if any, to Unit Holders in the Dividend Option of a Fund if such surplus is available and adequate for distribution in the opinion of the Trustee. The Trustees decision with regard to availability and adequacy, rate, timing and frequency of distribution shall be final. The dividend will be due to only those Unit Holders whose names appear in the register of Unit Holders in the Dividend Option of a Fund on the record date which will be fixed by the Trustees and announced in advance. Further, the NAV shall be adjusted to the extent of dividend distribution and statutory levy, if any, at the close of business hours on record date. Within one day of the decision by the Trustees regarding dividend distribution rate and record date, AMC shall issue notice to the public communicating the decision including the record date. The record date shall be 5 calendar days from the issue of notice. Such notice shall be given in one English daily newspaper having nationwide circulation as well as in a newspaper published in the language of the region where the Head Office of the mutual fund is situated. The Unit Holders will have the option of receiving the dividend or reinvesting the same. In case of Unit Holders opting for dividend re-investment facility, the dividend will be reinvested at the Applicable NAV of the immediately following Business Day. No Exit Load will be charged on account of redemption of Units allotted by way of dividend re-investments. In case of investors opting for dividend payout facility, the AMC shall dispatch to the Unit Holders, the dividend warrants within 30 days of the date of declaration of dividend. Further, the dividend proceeds may be paid by way of direct credit/NEFT/RTGS /any other manner through which the investors bank account specified in the Registrars records is credited with the dividend proceeds. In case under the dividend payout facility, if the amount of dividend payable to the Unit Holder is less than Rs. 500, then the dividend amount will be compulsorily reinvested in the respective Plan/Fund.Dividend Frequency Dividend Frequency Record Date Facilities availableand Record Dates At Trustees Discretion Would be announced in advance Reinvestment and PayoutName of Fund Manager(s) Mr. Nitin Bajaj (investments in equity and equity related instruments), Mr. Shriram Ramanathan (investments in debt and money market instruments) and Mr. Anirudh Gopalakrishnan (investments in foreign equity securities).Performance of Absolute Returns Fidelity India Childrens Plan Benchmark* Fidelity India Childrens Plan Benchmark** Fidelity India Childrens Plan Crisil Short Term - Education Fund - Growth - Marriage Fund - Growth - Savings Fund - Growth Bond Fund IndexSchemes (as on Since inception 2.60% 5.25% 3.19% 5.82% 1.11% 1.35%March 31, 2011) Date of Allotment/Inception Date February 7, 2011NAVs of Growth Option are used forcalculation of returns. Returns have Absolute Returnsbeen calculated on the face value of 6.0% – 5.25 6.0% – 5.82 6.0% –Rs. 10/- per unit. 4.0% – 4.0% – 3.19 4.0% –Past Performance may or may not 2.60be sustained in future. 2.0% – 2.0% – 2.0% – 1.11 1.35 0% – 0% – 0% – ~FY10-11 ~FY10-11 ~FY10-11 Fidelity India Childrens Plan - Education Fund Fidelity India Childrens Plan - Marriage Fund Fidelity India Childrens Plan - Savings Fund Crisil Education Option Index Crisil Marriage Option Index Crisil Short Term Bond Fund Index * FICP - Education Fund is benchmarked to a custom * FICP - Marriage Fund is benchmarked to a custom benchmark benchmark created by assigning 70% weight to BSE 200 created by assigning 70% to BSE 200 Index, 20% to Gold Index and 30% to CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index prices and 10% to CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index ~ as the scheme has not completed one financial year, since inception returns have been providedExpenses Exit Load: For Purchases (including SIP): Load (% of Applicable NAV) Load Structure Education Fund and Marriage Fund for Redemption: Within 1 year from the date of allotment or Purchase applying First in First Out basis 3% For Ongoing Offer Within 2 years from the date of allotment or Purchase applying First in First Out basis 2% Within 3 years from the date of allotment or Purchase applying First in First Out basis 1% Savings Fund for Redemption: Within 1 year from the date of allotment or Purchase applying First in First Out basis 0.5% A switch-out or a withdrawal under SWP or a transfer under STP may also attract an Exit Load/CDSC like any Redemption. No Exit Load/CDSC will be chargeable in case of switches made between different options of the same Fund or between different Funds within the Plan and in case of transfer under STP. In case of units switched out/systematically transferred out from the Savings Fund to Education Fund and/or Marriage Fund and subsequent redemption of such units from the Education Fund and/or Marriage Fund, the exit loads as applicable to Education Fund and/or Marriage Fund will be charged. No Exit Load will be chargeable in case of redemption of: (i) Units allotted on account of dividend re-investments; and (ii) Units issued by way of bonus, if any. However, in case of units switched out/systematically transferred out from the Education Fund and/or Marriage Fund to the Savings Fund and subsequent redemption of such units from the Savings Fund, for the purpose of determining the Exit Load, the date when such units were allotted in the Education Fund and/or Marriage Fund will be deemed to be the purchase/allotment date and the exit load as applicable to Education Fund and/or Marriage Fund will be charged. No Exit Load will be chargeable in case of redemption of; (i) Units allotted on account of dividend re-investments; and (ii) Units issued by way of bonus, if any.No. of Folios (Live Accounts) Education Fund : 8613 • Marriage Fund: 9868 • Savings Fund: 1022as at March 31, 2011Assets under Management (AUM) Education Fund : 7.03 • Marriage Fund: 8.29 • Savings Fund: 0.98(Rs. in crores) as at March 31, 20115
  6. 6. FIDELITY FLEXI BOND FUND (FFBF) FIDELITY SHORT TERM INCOME FUND (FSTIF)Investment Objective To generate reasonable returns through a diversified portfolio of fixed income securities. To generate reasonable returns primarily through investments in fixed income securities and money market instruments.Asset Allocation Types of Instruments Normal Allocation Risk Profile Types of Instruments Indicative Allocation RiskPattern (% of net assets) (% of net assets) Profile Maximum Minimum Debt Instruments including securitized debt 0 to 100 Medium to Low Debt Instruments and money market instruments with 100 65 Low to Money market instruments 0 to 100 Medium to Low average maturity less than or equal to two years* Medium The Scheme may, subject to applicable regulations from time to time, invest in offshore securities Debt Instruments and money market instruments with 35 0 Low to up to 25% of net assets of the Scheme. average maturity of more than two years* Medium The Scheme may, invest in derivatives upto 100% of the net assets of the Scheme for the purpose * The Scheme may invest in securitized debt upto 50% of its net assets. of hedging and portfolio balancing purposes. The Scheme may, subject to applicable regulations from time to time, invest in foreign securities up to 25% of net assets of the Scheme. The Scheme may invest in derivatives up to 100% of the net assets of the Scheme for the purpose of hedging and portfolio balancing purposes. The cumulative gross exposure through equity, debt and derivative positions will not exceed 100% of the net assets of the Scheme. The modified duration of the portfolio of the Scheme is likely to be up to 3 years, while the maximum residual maturity of the portfolio will be up to 5 years.Investment Strategy Please refer to page 13 and 15 for detailsPlans Institutional Plan and Retail Plan Not AvailableOptions Growth and Dividend. The Dividend Option offers Payout and Reinvestment facilities.Minimum Application Size Plan Initial Investment Additional Investment Initial Investment Additional Investment(Lumpsum Investment Institutional Rs. 1,00,00,000 Rs. 1,00,000 Rs. 5,000 Rs. 1,000 and thereafter inper Application) Retail Rs. 5,000 Rs. 1,000 multiples of Re. 1Minimum Application Size Plan Min. Instalment Amount Min. No. of Instalments Min. Aggregate Investment Min. Instalment Amount Min. No. of Instalments Min. Aggregate Investment(Systematic Investment Institutional Not Available Rs. 500 (a) Monthly: 6 (b) Quarterly: 6 Rs. 5,000per Application) Retail Rs. 500 (a) Monthly: 6 (b) Quarterly: 6 Rs. 5,000 (c) Semi-annually: 2 (d) Annually: 2 (c) Semi-annually: 2 (d) Annually: 2 All the above three conditions to be jointly fulfilled All the above three conditions to be jointly fulfilled Plan Minimum Redemption Size Rs. 1,000 or 100 units in respect of each plan.Minimum Redemption Institutional Plan Rs. 1,00,000 or 10,000 unitsSize Retail Plan Rs. 1,000 or 100 unitsBenchmark Index CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund IndexDividend Policy The Trustee may decide to distribute, by way of dividend, the surplus by way of realised profit, dividends and interest, net of losses, expenses and taxes, if any, to Unit Holders in the Dividend Option of the Scheme if such surplus is available and adequate for distribution in the opinion of the Trustee. The dividend under the Dividend option of the Scheme will be declared monthly on the 25th of each calendar month. If that day is a non-Business Day, the dividend will be declared on the immediately next Business Day. The Trustees decision with regard to availability and adequacy, rate, timing and frequency of distribution shall be final. The dividend will be due to only those Unit Holders whose names appear in the register of Unit Holders in the Dividend Option of the Scheme on the record date. The Unit Holders will have the option of receiving the dividend or reinvesting the same. In case of Unit Holders opting for dividend re-investment facility, the dividend will be reinvested at the Applicable NAV of the immediately following Business Day. No Exit Load will be charged on account of redemption of Units allotted by way of dividend re-investments. In case of investors opting for dividend payout facility, the AMC shall dispatch to the Unit Holders, the dividend warrants within 30 days of the date of declaration of dividend. If the amount of dividend payable to the Unit Holder is less than Rs. 100, then the dividend amount will be compulsorily reinvested in the Scheme. Further, the dividend proceeds may be paid by way of direct credit/NEFT/RTGS/any other manner through which the investors bank account specified in the Registrars records is credited with the dividend proceeds.Dividend Frequency Dividend Frequency Record Date Facilities available Dividend Frequency Record Date Facilities availableand Record Dates Monthly 25th of every month Reinvestment and Payout (Applicable for both Institutional and Retail Plans under the Scheme.) If 25th of a month happens Monthly 25th of every month Reinvestment and Payout to be a non-Business Day, the immediately next Business Day would be the Record Date.Name of Fund Manager(s) Shriram Ramanathan and Vikram Chopra (Assistant Fund Manager) Shriram RamanathanPerformance of Compounded Fidelity Flexi Bond Fund - CRISIL Composite Fidelity Flexi Bond Fund - CRISIL Composite Absolute Returns Fidelity Short Term Income Fund CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index Annualised Returns Retail Bond Fund Index Institutional* Bond Fund IndexSchemes (as on Since inception 2.62% 2.03% 1 year 3.22% 5.06% NA NAMarch 31, 2011) 3 years 5.31% 5.94% NA NA Date of Allotment/ December 4, 2010 Since inception 5.79% 5.40% 2.47% 2.49% Inception DateNAVs of Growth Option are usedfor calculation of returns. Date of Allotment/ Inception Date August 30, 2006 May 12, 2010 Absolute ReturnsReturns have been calculatedon the face value of Rs. 10/- per * There were no investors in FFBF - Institutional Plan - Growth option as on 31st August 2009unit. 5% – Absolute Returns 4% –Past Performance may or may 12.0% – 9.63not be sustained in future. 8.90 8.68 8.84 3% – 2.62 9.0% – 7.35 2.03 5.41 2% – 6.0% – 2.10 1.98 2.54 3.22 3.22 5.06 1% – 3.0% – 0% – 0% – FY 06-07* FY 07-08 FY 08-09** FY 09-10 FY 10-11 FY 10-11* Fidelity Flexi Bond Fund (Institutional) Fidelity Short Term Income Fund Benchmark Fidelity Flexi Bond Fund (Retail) CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index * from inception (August 30, 2006) to March 31, 2007 *as the scheme has not completed one financial year, since inception ** There were no investors in FFBF - Institutional Plan - Growth option as on March 31, 2009 returns have been providedExpenses Load Structure Exit Load: Exit Load: Load (% of Applicable NAV) Load (% of Applicable NAV) For Ongoing Offer For Redemption: For Redemption: Within 6 months from the date of allotment Within 6 months from the date of allotment or purchase applying First in First out basis 0.50% or purchase applying First in First Out basis 0.5% No Exit Loads/CDSC will be chargeable in case of switches made between different plans/options A switch-out or a withdrawal under SWP or a transfer under STP may also attract an Exit Load/ of the Scheme. No Exit Load will be chargeable in case of switches made between FFBF and FFGF. CDSC like any Redemption. No Exit loads will be chargeable in case of; (i) Units allotted on account of dividend reinvestments; No Exit Load/CDSC will be chargeable in case of switches made between different options of the and (ii) Units issued by way of bonus, if any. Scheme. In case of units switched out/systematically transferred to another option/Plan within the same No Exit Load will be chargeable in case of redemption of; (i) Units allotted on account of dividend Plan/Scheme and if subsequently redeemed, for the purpose of determining the Exit Load, the date re-investments; and (ii) Units issued by way of bonus, if any. when such units were first allotted in the respective Plan/Scheme will be considered as the In case of units switched out/systematically transferred to another option within the Scheme and purchase/allotment date. if subsequently redeemed, for the purpose of determining the Exit Load, the date when such units A switch-out or withdrawal under SWP or a transfer under STP will also attract the applicable Exit were first allotted in the Scheme will be considered as the purchase/allotment date. Load like any Redemption.No. of Folios (Live Accounts) 1,287 1,239as at March 31, 2011Assets under Management(AUM) (Rs. in crores) 33.90 419.96as at March 31, 2011 6
  7. 7. FIDELITY CASH FUND (FCF)Investment Objective To deliver reasonable returns with lower volatility and higher liquidity through a portfolio of debt and money market instruments.Asset Allocation Types of Instruments Normal Allocation (% of net assets) Risk ProfilePattern Debt Instruments including securitized debt 0 to 100 Medium to Low Money market instruments 0 to 100 Medium to Low The Scheme may, subject to applicable regulations from time to time, invest in offshore securities up to 25% of net assets of the Scheme. The Scheme may invest in derivatives up to 100% of the net assets of the Scheme for the purpose of hedging and portfolio balancing purposes.Investment Strategy Please refer to page 14 for detailsPlans Super Institutional Plan, Institutional Plan and Retail PlanOptions Growth and Dividend. The Dividend Option offers Payout and Reinvestment facilities.Minimum Application Size Plan Initial Investment Additional Investment(Lumpsum Investment (in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter).per Application) Super Institutional Rs. 10,00,00,000 Rs. 1,00,000 Institutional Rs. 1,00,00,000 Rs. 1,00,000 Retail Rs. 5,000 Rs. 1,000Minimum Application Size Plan Min. Instalment Min. No. of Min. Aggregate(Systematic Investment Amount Instalments Investmentper Application) Super Institutional Not Available Institutional Not Available Retail Rs. 500 (a) Monthly: 6 (b) Quarterly: 6 (c) Semi-annually: 2 (d) Annually: 2 Rs. 5,000 All the above three conditions to be jointly fulfilledMinimum Redemption Plan Minimum Redemption SizeSize Super Institutional Plan Rs. 1,00,000 or 10,000 units Institutional Plan Rs. 1,00,000 or 10,000 units Retail Plan Rs. 1,000 or 100 unitsBenchmark Index CRISIL Liquid Fund IndexDividend Policy The Trustee may decide to distribute by way of dividend, the surplus by way of realised profit, dividends and interest, net of losses, expenses and taxes, if any, to Unit Holders in the dividend option of the Scheme/Plans if such surplus is available and adequate for distribution in the opinion of the Trustee. The Trustees decision with regard to availability and adequacy and rate of distribution shall be final. The dividend will be due to only those Unit Holders whose names appear in the register of Unit Holders in the Dividend option of the Scheme on the day(s) mentioned under the head "Dividend Frequency and Record Dates" below or the next Business Day, as applicable. Under the daily and weekly dividend declaration frequencies, the dividend will be compulsorily reinvested. The dividend will be reinvested at the ex-dividend NAV announced immediately after the record date. In respect of Unit holders opting for monthly dividend payout facility, the AMC shall despatch, dividend warrants within 30 days of the date of declaration of dividend. Under the dividend payout facility, if the amount of dividend payable to the Unit Holder is less than Rs. 100, then the dividend amount will be compulsorily reinvested in the respective Scheme.Dividend Frequency Dividend Frequency Record Date Facilities availableand Record Dates Daily Every Day* Reinvestment only Weekly Every Monday** Reinvestment only Monthly 25th of each calendar month*** Reinvestment and Payout (Applicable for Super Institutional, Institutional and Retail Plans under the Scheme.) * All days for which NAV is published on www.amfiindia.com/www.fidelity.co.in websites ** If a particular Monday of a week happens to be a non-Business Day, the immediately next Business Day would be the Record Date. *** If, 25th of a month happens to be a non-Business Day, the immediately next Business Day would be the Record Date.Name of Fund Manager(s) Shriram Ramanathan and Mahesh A. Chhabria (Assistant Fund Manager)Performance of Compounded Fidelity Cash Fund- Fidelity Cash Fund- Fidelity Cash Fund- CRISIL LiquidSchemes (as on Annualised Retail Institutional Super Institutional Fund IndexMarch 31, 2011) Returns 1 year 5.89% 6.32% 6.48% 6.21%NAVs of Growth Option are usedfor calculation of returns. 3 years 5.79% 6.22% 6.35% 6.22%Returns have been calculatedon the face value of Rs. 10/- per Since inception 6.34% 6.76% 6.90% 6.56%unit. Date of Allotment/ Nov. 27, 2006Past Performance may or may Inception Datenot be sustained in future. Absolute Returns 10% – 8.10 7.97 7.55 8.55 8.45 8.81 8.02 6.48 6.32 5.89 8% – 7.54 6.21 6% – 4.08 3.93 3.51 3.69 4% – 2.73 2.68 2.54 2.26 2% – 0% – FY 06-07* FY 07-08 FY 08-09 FY 09-10 FY 10-11 Fidelity Cash Fund (Super Institutional) Fidelity Cash Fund (Institutional) Fidelity Cash Fund (Retail) CRISIL Liquid Fund Index * from inception (November 27, 2006) to March 31, 2007Expenses Load Structure Exit Load: NIL. If the AMC introduce an Exit Load, a switch-out or a withdrawal under SWP or transfer under STP may also attract the applicable Exit Load like any redemption. For Ongoing Offer In case of units switched out/systematically transferred to another option/Plan within the same Plan/Scheme and if subsequently redeemed, for the purpose of determining the Exit Load, the date when such units were first allotted in the respective Plan/Scheme will be considered as the purchase/allotment date.No. of Folios (Live Accounts) 2,906as at March 31, 2011Assets under Management(AUM) (Rs. in crores) 246.28as at March 31, 20117

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