What is SIP?

SIP or Systematic Investment Plan is a plan through which a person can invest a small amount in a mutual fund at regular intervals (monthly/quarterly).

Building wealth requires financial discipline and a long-term horizon for investing. SIPs not only encourage disciplined investing, but also make it possible to accumulate wealth with small but regular contributions. Further, it also gives the advantage of rupee cost averaging and the flexibility of choosing your own amount and frequency, making it an ideal investment option for any investor.

How does it work?

A SIP is a flexible and easy investment plan. Your money is auto-debited from your bank account and invested into a specific mutual fund scheme.You are allocated certain number of units based on the ongoing market rate (called NAV or net asset value) for the day.

Calculate Your Investment

Systematic Investing in a Mutual Fund is the answer to preventing the pitfalls of equity investment and still enjoying the high returns.

SIP Benefits:

Small investment

SIPs can be started with as little as ₹500 each month. SIPs provide flexibility in choosing the amount you want to invest and you can choose your frequency as monthly or quarterly.


Achieve your goals

SIPs makes it easy to achieve long-term financial goals as your investments are broken down into smaller, less daunting, regular investments.

No need to time the market

SIPs also offer freedom from being on the constant look out for opportunities to time the market. Over the long-term, the ups and downs of the market get evened out.


Financial discipline

financial discipline making you invest a fixed amount consistently at regular intervals. By starting early, even with a small amount, you can build a sizeable corpus to achieve your financial goals.