“Niveshak Didi” programme launched: Niveshak Didi, in order to promote financial literacy “By the women, for the women,” India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) organised India’s First Floating Financial Literacy Camp in Srinagar, J&K. The Niveshak Didi Initiative is founded on the principle of “women for women,” as rural women are better at ease discussing their concerns with another woman.
Niveshak Didi: Key Points
- The Niveshak Didi programme launched under the direction of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), the IPPB in conjunction with the Investor Education and Protection Fund Authority (IEPFA) launched it.
- The discussion addressed a wide range of subjects, including banking and financial products, the value of utilising the mainstream financial services provided by regulated businesses, protection against various forms of investment hazards, and methods of preventing fraud.
About IPPB- India Post Payments Bank:
- It was founded under the Department of Posts of the Ministry of Communication, and the Government of India owns all of the equity.
- The bank was founded with the goal of creating India’s most approachable, inexpensive, and reliable bank for the average person.