A STUDY ON FINANCIAL LITERACY AMONG THE GRADUATE AND POST GRADUATE STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO VERAVAL CITY
Keywords:Decision Making, Financial Literacy, Knowledge, Students, Understanding
In current era no one can deny the importance of proper decision making in the finance sector. If one is not having enough financial literacy how can he plan for the secure future! Especially when we talk about the literacy among the students that is always a big matter because ultimately they are the future of the country. So with the book knowledge they have to gain the financial knowledge of the market. Then only they can prepare strategic planning and work in that way. Current study is mainly focus over that. I have taken 135 students as a sample. For the study purpose I focus mainly four factors: Investment preference, gender, caste category and location of respondent along with the major factor financial literacy. Analysis shows enough knowledge of respondent in different areas.
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