Do's and Don'ts

We request you to
meticulously follow the
above instructions,
to avoid any problem in operation of your demat account.

  • Register for CDSL's internet based facility 'easi' to monitor your demat account yourself. Contact your DP for details.
  • Register for CDSL's SMS Alert facility - SMART and obtain alerts for any debits or credits due to a corporate action,in your demat account.
  • Accept the DIS book from your DP only if each slip has been pre-printed with a serial number along with your demat account number and keep it in safe custody.
  • Always mention the details like ISIN, number of securities accurately. In case of any queries, please contact your DP or broker.
  • Ensure that all demat account holder(s) sign on the DIS.
  • Please strike out the any blank space on the slip.
  • Cancellations or corrections on the DIS should be initialed or signed by all the account holder(s).
  • Submit the DIS ahead of the delivery date for all type of market transactions. DIS can be issued with a future execution date.
  • Intimate any change of address or change in bank account details to your DP immediately.
  • Check the investor service record of the issuer company with your DP before deciding to send certificates for demat. The list of companies whose demat request are pending is published at www.cdslindia.com.
  • Before sending securities for demat, record the distinctive numbers of the securities sent.
  • Before granting Power of Attorney(PoA) to anyone, to operate your demat account, carefully examine the scope & implications of powers being granted.
  • PoA is not mandatory for opening a demat account.
  • The demat account has a nomination facility and it is advisable to appoint a nominee, in case of sole account holders.
  • Ensure that, both, your holding and transaction statements are received periodically as instructed to your DP. You are entitled to receive a transaction statement every month if you have any transactions and once a quarter if there have been no transactions in your account.
  • Check your demat account statement on receipt. In case you notice any unauthorized debits or credits, contact your DP for clarification. If not resolved, you may contact CDSL Investor Grievance Dept., Mr. Durgesh Gurav, Central Depository Services (India) Ltd., Marathon Futurex, A Wing, 25th floor, Mafatlal Mills Compound N M Joshi Marg , Lower Parel ( E) Mumbai - 400013 , Phone :022 2305-8658 email- complaints@cdslindia.com
  • Do not leave your instruction slip book with anyone else.
  • Do not sign blank DIS as it is equivalent to a bearer cheque.
  • Avoid over-writing, cancellations, misspellings, changing of the name and quantity of securities.

Investor Meets

CDSL, on regular basis conducts Investor Awareness Programmes (IAPs) along with its DPs, Financial / Educational Institutions, Newspapers etc.

To know more, kindly contact :

Mr. Yogesh Kundnani
022-23058694
Ms. Tejasi Mendon
022-23058682
Mr. Anand Tirodkar
022-23058615

To know more about Initiatives to educate investors by NCFE, kindly visit following link. i.e. http://www.ncfeindia.org


Investor Awareness Webinars

Date Time Topic IAP With Venue/ Link Language Target Audience
29-Jan-2021 04.00 PM Onwards Introduction to Securities Markets SEBI, MSEI IPF Meeting No.: 176 279 3804
Password: 1234
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Click here for webinar
Hindi / English Investors
27-Jan-2021 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM Introduction of Securities Markets SEBI, MSEI IPF Meeting No.: 176 384 8496
Password: 1234
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Kannada/ English Investors
23-Jan-2021 11.00 AM Onwards Introduction to Capital Market , Demat & Current Market Scenario CDSL IPF + Muthoot Securities Ltd Click here for webinar Malayalam Retail Investors
20-Jan-2021 04.00 PM Onwards Introduction to Securities Markets SEBI, MSEI IPF Meeting No.: 176 230 0310
Password: 1234
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Hindi / English Investors
20-Jan-2021 12:30 PM onwards Introduction to Securities Market SEBI+MSE IPF+CDSL IPF Meeting No.: 176 110 3278
Password: sebi1234
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Hindi Retail Investors
16-Jan-2021 07.00 PM Onwards Investor Awareness Program CDSL & Bharati Vidyapeeth school of online education, Pune Internal Link for Faculty and Students only English / Hindi MBA Students
14-Jan-2021 04.00 PM Onwards Introduction of Securities Markets SEBI, MSEI IPF Meeting No.: 176 130 8357
Password: Meeting@1234
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English / Hindi Investors
12-Jan-2021 04.00 PM Introduction of Securities Markets SEBI, MSEI IPF Meeting No.: 176 170 4036
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English / Hindi Investors
09-Jan-2021 11.00 AM Introduction to Securities Market SEBI+MSE+CDSL Meeting No.: 176 230 5229
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English / Hindi Retail Investors
08-Jan-2021 11.00 AM Capital Market Awareness BSE & Grow More Faculty of Management, Himatnagar Link will be provided by college English/Hindi Students
29-Dec-2020 10.30 AM Introduction to Securities Market SEBI, MSE IPF Meeting No.: 176 420 3854
Password: 1234
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English/Tamil Students
28-Dec-2020 04.00 PM Introduction to Securities Market SEBI, MSE IPF Meeting No.: 176 746 7289
Password: 123456
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English Retail Investors
21-Dec-2020 03.00 PM Introduction to Securities Market SEBI & MSE IPF Meeting No:1760194979
Password: 1234
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Bengali/Hindi Investors
16-Dec-2020 03.00 PM Introduction to Securities Market SEBI & MSE IPF Meeting No:1761033163
Password: 1234
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Bengali/Hindi Investors
15-Dec-2020 04.00 PM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Meeting No.: 176 626 3348
Password: SEBIRLO2020
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Hindi / English Investors
14-Dec-2020 11.00 AM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulators SEBI & BSE IPF Meeting No:1757337079
Password: 1234
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Hindi/English Students
12-Dec-2020 11.00 AM Financial Literacy IQAC - St. Xavier's College - Mahuadanr Google Meet link provided by college English Faculties and Non Teaching Associates
04-Dec-2020 03.00 PM Entrepreneurship in Stock Market Patrician College of Arts and Science Webinar Completed English College Students & Faculty
23-Nov-20 to 29-Nov-2020  World Investor Week SEBI, BSE IPF, NSE IPF CDSL will be celebrating World Investor Week (WIW) from November 23, 2020 to November 29, 2020 along with SEBI (Securities Exchange Board of India), Stock Exchanges, Commodity Exchanges and other Capital Market Intermediaries under the aegis of International Organization of Securities Commission (IOSCO).
For more Informative Contents visit our Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/cdslindia/ #WIW #AtmaNirbharInvestors
Various languages like Hindi /English and regional.  All Investors
23-Nov-20 to 29-Nov-2020  World Investor Week SEBI and Intermediaries World Investor Week November 23-29, 2020 being celebrated under the aegis of IOSCO and SEBI.
विश्व निवेशक सप्ताह (23-29 नवम्बर, 2020) - आयस्को तथा सेबी की छत्रछाया में मनाया जा रहा है.
To Participate, Please find the link for contents of all the celebrations of Capital Market Intermediaries under SEBI i.e Quiz, Webinar and Informative Contents of MIIs
https://investor.sebi.gov.in/wiw/index_wiw.html
Various languages like Hindi / English and regional.  All Investors, Students, Farmers
29-Nov-2020 05.00 PM Investors Awareness Programme on Capital Market, Mutual Funds and Demat SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Malayalam Public
29-Nov-2020 04.30 PM WelthCreation and Mutual Fund SBI MF Webinar Completed Bengali, Hindi, English Investors
29-Nov-2020 04.30 PM Grievance Redressal MSEI & CDSL Webinar Completed English / Hindi Investors
29-Nov-2020 03.30 PM Basic of Investment and Capital Market BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi & English Investors
29-Nov-2020 11.30 AM Precautionary measures to be taken while investing in Securities Market SEBI, MSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi / English Investors
28-Nov-2020 04.00 PM Role of Depository and Exchanges in Capital Market BSE IPF, ICSI Pune Chapter Webinar Completed English / Hindi / Marathi ICSI Pune Chapter members
28-Nov-2020 11.00 AM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulators BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi & English Faculty and Students
28-Nov-2020 11.00 AM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulator SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Telugu Investors
28-Nov-2020 11.00 AM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Marathi / English Investors
28-Nov-2020 11.00 AM One Time KYC SEBI, MSEI IPF Webinar Completed English / Hindi Investors
28-Nov-2020 10.00 AM Investor Awareness and The Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Tamil / English Investors
27-Nov-2020 04.00 PM Dealing in Securities Market SEBI, MSE IPF Webinar Completed English / Hindi / Gujarati Investors
27-Nov-2020 04.00 PM Overview of Security Market for Common Man SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed English / Hindi Investors
27-Nov-2020 02.00 PM Investor Awareness and The Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Tamil / English Investors
27-Nov-2020 12.30 PM Dealing in Securities Market SEBI, MSEI Webinar Completed English / Kannada Students
27-Nov-2020 11.30 AM Investor Awareness & Role of regulators SEBI,BSE,& CDSL Webinar Completed English / Hindi Investors
27-Nov-2020 11.00 AM Investors Awareness Programme on Capital Market, Mutual Funds and Demat SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Malayalam Public
26-Nov-2020 04.00 PM Investor Awareness & Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed English / Hindi Students and Faculty- B.C.M School - Ludhiana
26-Nov-2020 04.00 PM Compliance of Capital Market Ashika Webinar Completed Bengali, Hindi, English Investors
26-Nov-2020 04.00 PM One - Time KYC SEBI, MSE IPF Webinar Completed English / Hindi / Gujarati Investors
26-Nov-2020 04.00 PM Basic of Investment and Capital Market MSEI Webinar Completed Bengali, Hindi, English Investors
26-Nov-2020 03.00 PM Investors Awareness Programme on Capital Market, Mutual Funds and Demat SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Malayalam Public
26-Nov-2020 03.00 PM Capital Market Basic Ideas for common investors ICSI Webinar Completed Hindi & English Investors
26-Nov-2020 02.00 PM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulators BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi & English Faculty and Students
26-Nov-2020 12.00 PM Wealth Creation & Global Economy Aum Capital Webinar Completed Bengali, Hindi, English Investors
26-Nov-2020 11.00 AM Investor Awareness & Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed English / Hindi Students and Faculty- Islamic University Science and Technology - SriNagar
26-Nov-2020 11.00 AM Basic of Investment and Capital Market BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi & English Investors
26-Nov-2020 10.30 AM Grievance Redressal SEBI, MSE IPF Webinar Completed Tamil / English Investors
25-Nov-2020 05.30 PM Basic of Investment and Capital Market BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi & English Investors
25-Nov-2020 04.00 PM One time KYC SEBI.MSEI Webinar Completed English / Telugu Investors
25-Nov-2020 04.00 PM Overview of Security Market for Common Man SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed English / Hindi Investors
25-Nov-2020 04.00 PM Basic of Investment and Capital Market IIFL Webinar Completed Bengali, Hindi, English Investors
25-Nov-2020 04.00 PM Investor Awareness and The Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi / English Investors
25-Nov-2020 02.00 PM Basic of Investment and Capital Market BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi & English Investors
25-Nov-2020 11.00 AM Investors Awareness Programme on Capital Market, Mutual Funds and Demat SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Malayalam Public
25-Nov-2020 11.00 AM Investor Awareness & Role of regulators SEBI,BSE,& CDSL Webinar Completed English / Hindi Faculty and students of Manipal University -Jaipur
25-Nov-2020 11.00 AM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi / English Investors
24-Nov-2020 05.00 PM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulator SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Telugu Investors
24-Nov-2020 05.00 PM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi / English Investors
24-Nov-2020 04.00 PM Investor Awareness and The Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed English / Hindi / Gujarati Investors
24-Nov-2020 03.00 PM Investor Awareness and The Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Tamil / English Investors
24-Nov-2020 03.00 PM Basic of Investment and Capital Market MSEI Webinar Completed Bengali, Hindi, English Investors
24-Nov-2020 11.30 PM Investor Awareness and The Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi / English Investors
24-Nov-2020 10.45 AM Indian Retail Investors: Meeting their expectations BBF-IFIE Webinar Completed English / Hindi Investors
24-Nov-2020 10.30 AM Precautionary measures to be taken while investing in Securitas Market SEBI,MSE IPF Webinar Completed Tamil / English Investors
24-Nov-2020 10.00 AM India Investor Show 2020 BBF-IFIE Webinar Completed English / Hindi Investors
23-Nov-2020 05.00 PM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulator SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Telugu Investors
23-Nov-2020 04.30 PM Precautionary measures to be taken while investing in Securities Market MSEI & CDSL Webinar Completed English / Hindi Investors
23-Nov-2020 04.00 PM Basic of Investment and Capital Market BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi & English Investors
23-Nov-2020 04.00 PM Overview of Security Market for Common Man SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed English / Hindi Investors
23-Nov-2020 03.45 PM Inauguration of World Investor Awareness Week-2020 ANMI Webinar Completed English / Hindi Investors
23-Nov-2020 11.00 AM Dealing in Securities Market SEBI, MSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi / English Investors
23-Nov-2020 10.00 AM Investor Awareness and The Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Tamil / English Investors
23-Nov-2020 09.00 AM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulators BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi & English Faculty and Students
18-Nov-2020 10.30 AM Introduction to Securities Market Canara College, SEBI , MSE IPF Webinar Completed English Students & Faculty
02-Nov-2020 04.00 PM Making Capital Markets More Investor Friendly ICSI Webinar Completed English ICSI Members
01-Nov-2020 03.00 PM Making Capital Markets More Investor Friendly ICSI Webinar Completed English ICSI Members
30-Oct-2020 04.00 PM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi/English Investors
27-Oct-2020 04.30 PM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Telugu / English Investors
27-Oct-2020 04.30 PM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulators Webinar Completed Hindi / English Investors
26-Oct-2020 04.00 PM Introduction to Securities Market SEBI , MSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi / English Investors
26-Oct-2020 03.30 PM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi / English Investors
26-Oct-2020 10.30 AM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulators Maharishi Law School, SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi / English Students & Faculty
23-Oct-2020 04.30 PM Investment Strategies in Capital Market SEBI , MSE IPF Webinar Completed Gujarati / Hindi Investors
23-Oct-2020 04.30 PM Introduction to Securities Market SEBI , MSE IPF Webinar Completed Tamil Investors
22-Oct-2020 05.00 PM Introduction to Capital Markets, Current Market Scenario & Demat Capstocks and Securities India Pvt Ltd Webinar Completed English / Malayalam Investors
20-Oct-2020 04.00 PM Introduction to Securities Market SEBI , MSE IPF Webinar Completed English / Hindi / Gujarati Investors
19-Oct-2020 04.00 PM Investment Strategies in Capital Market SEBI, MSE IPF Webinar Completed English / Hindi Investors
16-Oct-2020 05.00 PM Introduction to Securities Market SEBI , MSE IPF Webinar Completed English / Hindi Investors
16-Oct-2020 04.30 PM Introduction to Securities Market SEBI , MSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi / English Investors
16-Oct-2020 03.30 PM Investor Awareness and the Role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi / English Investors
15-Oct-2020 04.30 PM Introduction to Securities Market SEBI , MSE IPF Webinar Completed English / Kannada Investors
13-Oct-2020 04.30 PM Investor Awareness And Role Of Regulator SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Telugu / English Investors
12-Oct-2020 04.00 PM Investor Awareness programme SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi / English Investors
10-Oct-2020 10.30 AM Introduction to Securities Market SEBI , MSE IPF Webinar Completed English/ Hindi Investors
09-Oct-2020 4.30 PM Introduction to Securities Market SEBI , MSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi / English Investors
09-Oct-2020 4.00 PM Investment Strategies and Capital market SEBI , MSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi / English Investors
07-Oct-2020 4.30 PM Introduction to Securities Market SEBI , MSE IPF Webinar Completed Tamil Investors
28-Sep-2020 11:00 AM Investor Awareness and the role of Regulators SEBI , MSE IPF , Wardha College Of Thought Webinar Completed English/ Hindi Students
26-Sep-2020 11:30 AM Investor Awareness and the role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF, Hindu College, Moradabad, UP Webinar Completed English/ Hindi Students & Faculty
18-Sep-2020 04:00 PM Investor Awareness and the role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi & English Investors
18-Sep-2020 05:00 PM Investor Awareness and the role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi & English Investors
16-Sep-2020 04:00 PM Investment Opportunities and Challenges 2020 SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed English/ Hindi ICSI Members
09-Sep-2020 04:00 PM Investor Awareness and the role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi & English Investors
07-Sep-2020 12:00 PM Investor Awareness and the role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF, IIT Mandi Webinar Completed English/ Hindi Students & Faculty
05-Sep-2020 11:00 AM Investor Awareness and the role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Telugu and English Investors
05-Sep-2020 12:00 PM Investor Awareness and the role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF, Prasad Institute Of Technology Webinar Completed English/ Hindi Students
04-Sep-2020 04:00 PM Investor Awareness and the role of Regulators SEBI, BSE IPF Webinar Completed Hindi/English Investors
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RGESS &
Benefits

Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme (RGESS)

Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme, 2013 (RGESS) is a new equity tax advantage savings scheme for equity investors in India, with the stated objective of "encouraging the savings of the small investors in the domestic capital markets.” Vide notification dated December 18, 2013 the scheme has been notified by the Department of Revenue, Ministry of Finance (MOF)... It is exclusively for the first time retail investors in securities market.

The objective of the scheme is to encourage flow of savings in the financial instruments and improve the depth of the domestic capital market

  • A new section 80CCG under the Income Tax Act, 1961 on ‘Deduction in respect of investment under an equity savings scheme’ has been introduced to give tax benefits to ‘New Retail Investors’ who invest up to 50,000 (INR) in ‘Eligible Securities’ and have gross total annual income less than or equal to 12 Lakhs (INR). The investor would get a 50% deduction of the amount invested from the taxable income for that year.
  • The new retail investor may invest in one or more financial years in a block of three consecutive financial years beginning with the initial year.
  • Gains, arising of investments in RGESS, can be realized after a year. This is in contrast to all other tax saving instruments.
  • Investments are allowed to be made in installments in the year in which the tax claims are filed.
  • Dividend payments are tax free.
  • This scheme has a long run benefit of educating the retail investment segment and thereby moving towards financial inclusivity in the country.
  • Success of this scheme can lead to transfer of assets from traditional savings instruments such as bank deposits and FDs to the capital markets, leading to diversification in retail investor portfolio and also leading to more productive "capital formation" assets.

The deduction under the Scheme will be available to a ‘new retail investor’ who complies with the conditions of the Scheme and whose gross total income for the financial year in which the investment is made under the Scheme is less than or equal to twelve lakh rupees.

The deduction under the Scheme shall be available to a new retail investor who:-

  • Is a resident individual (the benefit cannot be availed by HUF, corporate entities / trusts etc).
  • Has not opened a Demat account and has also not done any trading in the derivative segment till RGESS account opening date or the first day of the “initial year” in which he brings in the RGESS eligible investment into the account, whichever is later.
  • Has opened a Demat account and has not made any transactions in equity and /or in the derivative segment till designating such account as RGESS or the first day of the “initial year” in which he brings in the RGESS eligible investment into the account, whichever is later.
  • In case the demat account is opened as a first holder, but there are no transactions in the equity or derivative segment, then the first account holder is eligible to be a new retail investor.
  • For taking the benefits under RGESS, the new retail investor will have to submit a declaration, as in Form ‘A’, to the Depository Participant (DP) at the time of account opening or designating his existing demat account.
  • In case of joint accounts, only the first account holder will not be considered as a new retail investor. All those existing account holders other than the first demat account holder (eg. second / third account holders or other joint holders) or nominees of the existing account holders will be considered as new retail investors for the purpose of opening of a fresh RGESS account, if otherwise eligible.
  • Has gross total income for the financial year less than or equal to 12 Lakh (INR).

A new retail investor can make investments under the Scheme in the following manner:

  • Open a demat account with a Depository Participant by providing an undertaking Revised link (Form A) that he wishes to designate his existing account or open a new account as RGESS account.
  • An investor can invest in eligible securities in one or more transactions during the year in which the deduction has to be claimed.
  • An investor can make any amount of investment in the demat account but the amount eligible for deduction, under the Scheme will not exceed fifty thousand rupees.
  • The eligible securities brought into the demat account, as declared or designated by the new retail investor, will automatically be subject to lock-in during that year, unless the new retail investor specifies otherwise and for such specification, the new retail investor will submit a declaration in Revised link Form B / Application indicating that such securities are not to be included within the above limit of investment.
  • An investor will be eligible for a deduction under subsection (1) of section 80CCG of the Act in respect of the actual amount invested in eligible securities, in the first financial year in respect of which a declaration in Revised link Form B / Application has not been made, subject to the maximum investment limit of fifty thousand rupees.
  • The investor would get under Section 80CCG of the Income Tax Act, a 50% deduction of the amount invested during the year, upto a maximum investment of 50,000 (INR) per financial year, from his/her taxable income for that year, for three consecutive assessment years.
  • An investor will be permitted a grace period of seven trading days from the end of the financial year so that the eligible securities purchased on the last trading day of the financial year also get credited in the demat account and such securities will be deemed to have been purchased in the financial year itself.
  • An investor may also keep securities other than the eligible securities in the demat account through which benefits under the Scheme are availed.
  • An investor can make investments in securities other than the eligible securities covered under the Scheme and such investments will not be subject to the conditions of the Scheme nor will they be counted for availing the benefit under the Scheme.
  • The investment under the Scheme will consist of an investment in any of the eligible securities covered under the Scheme.
  • Deductions claimed will be withdrawn if the lock-in period requirements of the investment are not complied with or any other condition of the Scheme is violated.
The status of demat accounts held with CDSL under Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme (RGESS).

As on:  May 31, 2020

Sr.No. Item Unit Value
1 Total Number of RGESS Accounts Number 32148
a Number of new RGESS demat accounts Number 27307
b Number of existing demat accounts designated for RGESS Number 4841
2 Out of (1), Number of accounts with Investments Number 11192
3 Total value of initial investments made by RGESS Beneficiaries (when valued at the actual cost of acquisition) (INR) in Lakhs 6399.43
a By new RGESS demat account holders (INR) in Lakhs 4597.91
b By existing demat account holders who have designated their account for RGESS (INR) in Lakhs 1801.46
4 Type of Investments
a Investment into equity (INR) in Lakhs 2231.17
b Investments in Mutual Funds (INR) in Lakhs 3818.25
c Investments in ETFs (INR) in Lakhs 350.02
5 SubSequent Investments
a Number of RGESS accounts Where investments have been made in the first and second year Number 3444
b Number of RGESS accounts Where investments have been made in the first second and third year Number 1806
c Additional amount invested by existing RGESS beneficiaries in second year (when valued at the actual cost of acquisition) (INR) in Lakhs 1196.3
d Additional amount invested by existing RGESS beneficiaries in third year (when valued at theactual cost of acquisition) (INR) in Lakhs 1028.83

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Education and Protection Fund (IEPF)

“In terms of Section 124(6) of Companies Act, 2013 and the Rules notified there under, the shares in respect of which dividend has not been paid or claimed for a period of seven consecutive years or more, are required to be transferred by the Company to the IEPF Authority. The first due date for such transfer was 31st October, 2017. Investors may (Click here) for refund process in respect of shares / amounts transferred to the IEPF Authority Account. “

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