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FINANCIAL EDUCATION TRAINING PROGRAM
Creating a financially aware and empowered India.
National Strategy for
Financial Education (NSFE)
The formulation and implementation of the
strategy can be attributed to the following reasons:
1. Financial inclusion
2. Freedom from exploitation
3. Avoidance of frauds and mis-selling
4. Avoidance of over indebtedness
5. Promoting entrepreneurship
6. Positive spillover effects
7. Inclusive growth, etc.
Read the complete strategy at www.ncfeindia.org
National Centre for
Financial Education (NCFE)
The NCFE, comprising representatives from all financial sector regulators i.e. RBI, SEBI, IRDAI and PFRDA is set
up at NISM under guidance of the Technical Group on Financial Inclusion and Financial Literacy of the Financial
Stability and Development Council (FSDC) to implement the National Strategy for Financial Education (NSFE).
A financially aware and empowered India.
To undertake massive Financial Education
campaign to help people manage money more
effectively to achieve financial well being by
accessing appropriate financial products and
services through regulated entities with fair and
transparent machinery for consumer protection
and grievance redressal.
More info on NCFE and its activites at www.ncfeindia.org
Sub Committee of FSDC
Technical Group on Financial Inclusion and Financial Literacy
RBI SEBI IRDAI PFRDA
National Centre for Financial Education (NCFE)
Few of our activities
test for schools
across the country.
Read more at www.ncfeindia.org
1. Core concepts of financial literacy
2. Indian financial system
3. Banking – Saving, transaction and borrowing products
4. Investment – Securities market and pension products
5. Insurance – Protection related products
6. Grievance redressal mechanism for consumers
7. Various financial inclusion schemes
8. Overview of financial planning and Inclusion of Financial
Literacy in School Curriculum