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NISTHA 3.0 TALIM JOIN LINK | LATEST UPDATE FOR NISTHA 3.0

NISTHA 3.0 TALIM JOIN LINK | LATEST UPDATE FOR NISTHA 3.0 


નિષ્ઠા 3.0 ( FLN ) અંતર્ગત પૂર્વ પ્રાથમિક અને ધોરણ ૧ થી ૫ ના શિક્ષકો અને આચાર્યોને તાલીમમાં જોડવા બાબત

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When investing in a MF fund scheme or before, decide what is your investment target, as there are many varieties of MF fund schemes.  So that your purpose in investing without Lakshmi may not come true.  How often do you expect a return on your investment when you are considering investing in it?  How much risk are you willing to take?  Or how much security is expected? 

 Should regular income be expected or high value growth after a long period of time?  Questions like etc. need to be clear in your mind at that time, as if it is clear then you will be able to choose the scheme accordingly.  For example, if you are investing this fund for retirement, you can opt for a long-term scheme, in which you may prefer an equity-oriented scheme.  

If you have to pay fees for your child's college or higher education after three years and you are currently investing in it, you should choose a scheme keeping in mind the short term.  Money market funds are good if you want to invest for a very short period of time.  Government Securities - G-Sec Fund will be better for total security.  Balance fund is good if you want a scheme that balances security and risk.

  If the stock market is bad and you are satisfied with a reasonable return, a debt fund may seem appropriate, not a large amount at once, but a SIP (Systematic Investment Plan) will be meaningful if you want to invest a small amount every month.  Index Fund or ETF (Exchange Traded Fund) (Special Note: A separate introduction booklet on the subject of ETF is available).

NISTHA 3.0 TALIM JOIN LINK | LATEST UPDATE FOR NISTHA 3.0