How is it mandatory?As per the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), the Regulator for the Securities market in India owned by Government of India, to trade in the stock market it is mandatory to hold a Demat account. Demat account works just like your bank account. When shares are purchased money gets deducted and vice versa. The purpose of Demat account is to eliminate the risk of holding physical share certificates. When securities are purchased or sold it immediately gets reflected in the account, which holds shares and securities in an electronic form. NSDL (National Securities Depository Ltd) and CDSL (Central Depository Services Ltd), registered with SEBI, are the two depositories that facilitate the opening of new Demat accounts through a Depository Participant (DP). … [Read more...] about Demat account: Meaning, how to open demat account, facilities and benefits
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PAN card: A PAN card is mandatory for one to start a Demat account with ICICI or with any other broker. You will have to submit a copy of your PAN card along with the KYC documents when opening the account. In addition to your PAN card, you must provide a few more documents for identification and address proof along with your latest photographs. You must carry original documents for verification in case you are visiting the ICICI branch. However, only photocopies of the documents are required for submission. The documents you will have to carry or furnish online are: … [Read more...] about ICICI demat account: Its charges, account opening process, etc.
You stand in front of a large digital screen that cycles through life-sized silhouettes of human bodies in different positions. Strike a pose in front of the motion sensors, and Gesture Match will cycle through its catalog of gestures to connect your posture to a piece of design. Raise up both arms, and a magazine cover from the collection featuring a doll in a similar position will appear. Pretend to drink something, and it will bring up a set of cups. Raise one hand up to the ceiling, and a lightbulb–the kind you might twist out of a fixture above your head–shows up. A dancing position reveals a historic drawing of a mansion room–“this bathroom is big enough for a dance party,” the description reads. … [Read more...] about The 5 Coolest Things About The Revamped Smithsonian Design Museum
Many of the problems with our services are not as obvious to spot as the problems with student loans or credit card sign-up in the U.S.—but they are no less impactful in our users’ lives. Each time we decide to incentivize our staff, change a policy, open or close a channel, or buy a new piece of internal technology, we make a decision that will have an impact on the quality of the service for a user. We need to turn these everyday decisions into conscious design decisions, with the full awareness of the effect they will have on the service we provide, but we can only do that if we know what we want to achieve—what a good service is and what it isn’t. … [Read more...] about The hidden design failure that’s costing consumers trillions
"We demonstrated this when there was an opening last year in November. Unfortunately these efforts didn't succeed and have been suspended at the beginning of January." Two diplomats in Doha said they did not see any indications that the nascent talks could be resumed for the foreseeable future following a flurry of engagement at the end of 2019. … [Read more...] about Qatar says talks with Saudi to defuse Gulf crisis stall