1. This paper discusses about the Investors’ awareness

1.     V.Madhusudhan Jambodekar (1999) conducted a study to find the level of awareness amonginvestors towards the investment in mutual funds and to identify theinformation sources that influences the buyer’s decision and the factors that influencesthe choice of a fund.  The study revealedthat income schemes and open-ended schemes are preferred over growth schemesand close-ended schemes during the prevailing market conditions.

Magazines and newspapersare the primary source of information through which investors get to know aboutmutual funds schemes.2.    Mr.

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Ankit Goel, Dr. Rajendra K. Khatik (Astudy on investors’ awareness and preference towards mutual funds as aninvestment option) Thispaper discusses about the Investors’ awareness and preference towards MutualFunds as an Investment option. Primary data using judgment sampling throughquestionnaire method & secondary data from wide range of literature fromvarious journal publications had been utilized. The findings show that majorityof investors have heard about mutual funds but still they are lacking in fullknowledge of mutual funds. The data further reveals that majority of respondentsare showing preference towards investment in mutual funds in near future as toget better returns.

3.     Dr.M. SETHUPATHI, Mrs. S.

BANUMATHI, (Rural Investors’ Awareness and FinancialInclusion Status in India) this study discussed about rural households’ levelof awareness towards savings modes and investment avenues. & theirinvestment behavior based on the risk patterns and necessity.4.     S.Prasanna Kumar & S.

Rajkumar, 2014, (Awareness and Knowledge of Mutual Fundamong the Investors with Special Reference to Chennai – A Critical Study) Inthis study, it is discussed about the mutual fund knowledge and awareness amongthe investors with a special reference to Chennai city.  With this background a survey was conductedamong 250 Mutual Fund Investors in Chennai to study the factors influencing thefund/scheme selection by the Investors. For analyzing the impact of knowledgeand awareness of mutual fund, this study is made to evaluate the knowledge,general and variable effects about the investors’ awareness and perception ofinvestment avenues.5.     Dr.Sambhaji Mane & Mr. Ravi Bhandari,2014, (A Study of Investor’s Awarenessand Selection of Different Financial Investment Avenues for the Investor inPune City) In this paper they have discussed about the level of awareness andbehavior of the investor to identify the better investment avenues available inPune.

Data was collected through Structured Questionnaire & Earlier recordsfrom journals, magazines.6.     SIMRANSAINI, DR BIMAL ANJUM, RAMANDEEP SAINI,(INVESTORS’ AWARENESS AND PERCEPTIONABOUT MUTUAL FUNDS) The present study analyzes investors awareness andperception regarding investing in mutual funds & Investors’ opinion andperception has been studied relating to various issues like type of mutual fundscheme, main objective behind investing in mutual fund scheme, role offinancial advisors and brokers, investors’ opinion relating to factors thatattract them to invest in mutual funds, sources of information, deficiencies inthe services provided by the mutual fund managers, challenges before the Indianmutual fund industry with this background a survey was conducted among 200investors to study the awareness level among investors towards mutual funds.7.     GauravAgrawal, Dr. Mini Jain, (INVESTOR’S PREFERENCE TOWARDS MUTUAL FUND INCOMPARISON TO OTHER INVESTMENT AVENUES) In this study , an attempt has been  made to study mainly the investment avenuepreferred by the investors of Mathura, and analyze the investor’s preferencetowards investment in mutual funds when other investment avenues are alsoavailable in the market like Gold, LIC, Mutual Funds, National SavingCertificate (NSC), Post Office, Real Estate , bonds ,commodities and PPF’s.8.     Ms.

Monika Dahiya, Dr. Bhuvnender Chaudhary , 2016 ,(A STUDY ON SALARIED PERSONNELAWARENESS, ATTITUDE, EXPECTATION AND SATISFACTION OVER THEIR INVESTMENTS WITHREFERENCE TO SAHARANPUR DISTRICT)   In thispaper investment awareness, attitude and returns of the salaried people ofSaharanpur is studied and the profile of the salaried personnel and their awarenessin association with the wide spread investment policies available and theattitude of investors towards investment to recognize their level ofsatisfaction about their investment policies. primary data collected from 350 salariedpersonnel in Saharanpur city with the help of structured questionnaire and thesecondary information is collected from different published materials vis.Books, Journals, magazines & websites.9.     G.

Prathapand Dr. A. Rajamohan have done study on status of awareness among Mutual FundInvestors in Tamil Nadu and their satisfaction level relating to variousfactors like rate of return, liquidity, safety, tax consideration, growthperspective, capital gain, maturity period etc. The study outlined that mostlythe investors have satisfactory level awareness and positive approach towardinvesting in Mutual Funds.10.  Singh(2012) conducted a study on Indian investors and observed that majority of themdo not have much awareness about mutual funds and they are confused regardinginvestment in mutual funds.

The study found that some of the demographicfactors like income and level of education have their significant impact overthe attitude towards mutual funds and the age and occupation have been found notinfluencing the investor’s attitude. The study says that returns and liquidityhave been perceived to be most influencing benefits of investment in mutualfunds and are followed by flexibility, transparency and affordability.11. Karuna Bajaj, 2016, (Awareness &Attitude towards Mutual Funds in Sangli Region– A Critical Study) study was conducted to understandawareness and knowledge about mutual funds amongst residents of Sanglidistrict. Primary source of data was collected through a questionnaire from 100educated individuals to know the level of awareness in mutual funds, andunderstand attitude of investors in Sangli region. It was concluded thatknowledge of mutual funds was independent of educational qualification but wasinfluenced by age and occupation as determining variables.

The study shows thatinvestors should be educated about mutual funds.