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Game Toppers
Player Rank Player Name Player Country Player Institution Player Score Levels Played
1 Saachikaup Japan N.A 2281940 6
2 Shubham Kumar India Saint Josephs School, Banka 2079721 1
3 AVyukt India N.A 1915574 3
4 Faraz India N.A 1263999 1
5 kalash sawant India Rishi Gurukulam 919419 13
6 daria India N.A 807367 8
7 Ganesh Kaulaskar India N.A 778442 14
8 ADITYACHAUHAN India N.A 749397 11
9 bommumurali India N.A 619526 11
10 Ankit kumar singh India ST.JOSEPH SCHOOL,BANKA 517503 7

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Learners can explain the meaning of SMART Goals and also can define SMART financial goals..

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Learners can differentiate between income and expenditures, and calculate deficit and surplus based on that..

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Learners can explain the need for risk management and can identify different types of insurances..

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Learners can categorize the different investments based on the 3 parameters - safety, liquidity and growth.

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Learners can differentiate different types of bank accounts (savings, current, FD, recurring deposit)

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Learners can understand the concept of equity in a company and how it converts into shares, dividends.

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Learners can explain the various means of investments namely mutual funds, real estate, jewellery, PPF, PO

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Learners can identify the real need for borrowing and understand the harm that unnecessary borrowing can cause.

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Learners can identify the different investment/insurance schemes that can be helpful for retirement.

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Financial literacy is an important life skill for the holistic development of every student. But the challenge has always been to make children understand the various financial concepts in a simple manner that's easily understood. In addition to that, we also wanted children to relate these concepts to real life situations. Plus, we wanted to make finance fun! Keeping all these in mind, we designed this comprehensive, 19 level Financial literacy game that children will enjoy playing (err...learning). The game levels map to the topics covered under NCFE's National Financial Literacy Assessment Test (NCFE-NFLAT) http://www.ncfeindia.org/NFLAT.

NCFE-NFLAT is a first of its kind national level test, to measure the level of financial literacy among school students. Through this test NCFE aims to encourage school students to obtain basic financial skills which are essential for their full participation in society.Targeted towards school students of Class VIII to X, NCFE-NFLAT would assess their knowledge on topics such as Money, Savings, Banking, Budgeting, Insurance, Investment, Retirement planning, etc. The test is conducted online across the country, both in English and Hindi.

'Journey Towards Financial Literacy' - the gamified course content is an ideal study material for NCFE-NFLAT test, and helps students understand Financial concepts well. This gamified course was also selected by the National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI) for installation in the Financial Literacy Centre of Rashtrapati Bhavan.

You get access to comprehensive content that covers the following topics:

  • Money Matters - Smart Goal and Financial Analysis (Terms introduced: liquidity, net worth, assets, liabilities, income, expenditure, SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time Bound)
  • Budgeting - Balancing the means and ends (Terms introduced: Cash flow statement, deficit, surplus, budget, needs, wants, instant and delayed gratification, opportunity cost)
  • Investments (Terms introduced: Compounding, simple interest, compound interest, inflation, time value of money)
  • Insurance And Risk Management (Terms introduced: Life Insurance, Term Life Insurance, Endowment Plan, Money Back Plan, Vehicle Insurance, Mediclaim insurance, disability insurance, general insurance, property insurance, whole life policy, ULIP, pension plans; IRDA)
  • Banking (Terms introduced: RBI, commercial banks, ATM, different types of accounts, PIN, PAN)
  • Introduction to Stocks and Bonds (Terms introduced: Stocks, equity, premium, bonds, debentures, dividend, face value, market value, demat account, stock exchange, IPO)
  • Investments – Wider spectrum (Terms introduced: Mutual Fund, equity fund, debt funds, balanced fund, tax saving funds, closed end funds, growth plans, dividend plans, NAV, PPF, NSC, Post Office Monthly Income Scheme, Ponzi schemes)
  • Borrowing (Terms introduced: Home loan, personal loan, EMI, secured personal loan, unsecured personal loan, education loan, consumer loan, vehicle loan, fixed rate, floating rate, CIBIL)
  • Retirement Planning (Terms introduced: Pension, Defined benefit pension plan, EPF, PPF, employee pension scheme, national pension system, PFRDA)
  • So what are you waiting for? Enable your child to take responsible financial decisions in life, and one step towards better job prospects. Register to get a demo version!.


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