IPO Vs FPO – Know the Difference Before You Invest in the Share Market
Companies need funds to run their business, and they raise them through two ways, equity or debt. In equity, the companies sell their shares at a fixed price. The first time they do it is referred to as Initial Public Offering (IPO), and when they
Chalaang, which means jump or leap, is a nationwide eLearning initiative that aims to empower career aspirants across the tier 2 and tier 3 cities of India. It focuses on helping people, regardless of their age, gender, financial background, family background, and occupational history, with a learning platform that enables them to embrace non-conventional yet promising career options and fulfill their dream of turning their passion into a profession.
Initially, Chalaang intends to target aspirants from the tier 2 and tier 3 cities of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. It begins with a range of courses associated with professions such as digital marketing, share market, Digital Jockey (DJ), Radio Jockey (RJ), voice-over, graphic designing, culinary arts, and photography. However, Chalaang, by no means, intends to deter people from conventional career options. In fact, it aims to open doors to several other career opportunities, promising and remunerative enough to become full-time careers.
Another significant aim of Chalaang is to promote entrepreneurship! India envisions producing employment generators rather than employment seekers. Accordingly, the educational programs and insights covered in Chalaang initially focus on encouraging aspirants across these two states to take up entrepreneurship, guide them on entrepreneurship skills, the various formal educational programs associated with it, and become entrepreneurs successful enough to inspire generations to come.
Not to forget, Chalaang encourages women’s entrepreneurship as well. A lot of the topics covered focus on empowering women and building an inspiring generation of strong, visionary, and sustainable women entrepreneurs. And, that’s precisely the reason we are launching Chalaang on the 8th of March, which is International Women’s Day.
In the time to come, we plan to take Chalaang to every part of the country and strengthen India’s career and entrepreneurship spectrum. Accordingly, Chalaang looks forward to your support and positive response. Let us unite to build a generation of value-driven, happy, and therefore productive professionals!