National Strategy for Financial Education
AbstractIndia is having large population, a fast growing economy with national focus on inclusive growth and an urgent need to develop a vibrant and stable financial system, it is all the more necessary to quickly formulate and implement a national strategy for financial education. [Speech during RBI-OECD workshop on DElivering FInancial Literacy]. URL:[http://www.sebi.gov.in/cms/sebi_data/attachdocs/1342416428845.pdf].
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financial education; India; workshop; financial literacy; population; economy; system; Financial Inclusion; education; inclusive growth; literacy; sustainable prosperity; Knowledge and skill; exploitation; over indebtedness; Spill-over effects; income generation; Pension Responsibility; economy; OECD;
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