Entries for Short Film Contest on Financial Literacy invited

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Hyderabad, May 28, 2024…..….. Entries for the Short Film Contest on Financial Literacy are invited. The Fortune Academy, a Hyderabad-based organisation aims to create an army of financially successful people. To create awareness about the importance of Financial Literacy, The Fortune Academy is organising a Short Film Contest on Financial Literacy, shared Dr Mani Pavitra, co-founder of Fortune Academy while addressing a press conference at Federation House in Red Hills on Tuesday.

DR MANI PAVITRA CO FOUNDER OF FORTUNE ACADEMY SEEN UNVEILING AN INITIATIVE SHORT FILM CONTEST ON FINANCIAL LITERACY TO SPREAD AWARENESS ABOUT FINANCIAL EDUCATION 06

Though 77% of our population is literate, less than 24% is financially literate. Just 17% of teenagers are financially literate in India. According to a Global Financial Literacy Survey, which is the world’s largest and most comprehensive global measurement of financial literacy, India ranks 73rd out of 144 countries with a financial literacy rate of 24%. The majority of Indians face many financial difficulties due to a lack of financial knowledge and awareness.

Financial literacy is the ability to understand and effectively use various financial skills, such as personal financial management, budgeting, and investing, Dr Mani Pavitra, who is widely known as ‘Money’ Pavitra.

Dr. Mani Pavitra, Orthodontist turned Finance Mentor, Co-Founder of Fortune Academy, Serial Entrepreneur, Coach, Social Activist, Author has been educating people about the importance of Financial Literacy, particularly women. She is behind the Million Moms, a much-talked-about initiative to keep mothers healthy, fit and financially independent.

Interacting with the media, Dr Mani Pavitra said that no matter how high you grow in your career and how well you earn, you must manage money well. Many rich, famous, celebrities who earned well lost all their money. So financial literacy is the need of the hour.

The lives of the rich and famous often seem glamorous, but even the biggest celebrities have money issues. The opposite of this is also a reality where we see many people inspiring stories for rags to riches, those who came from nothing and worked their way hard and made big financially. There are rich and famous people who still live on a budget. Ingvar Kamprad, IKEA Founder; an American business magnate, investor, and philanthropist; Warren Buffet, Narayan Murthy of Infosys

In this light background, Fortune Academy is organising a Short Film Contest on Financial Literacy.

The film has to be either in English or Telugu and must be in horizontal or vertical format and less than 2 minutes in duration. All the entries will be the properties of Fortune Academy. The contest is being organised as part of the community outreach program to educate the community and women in particular on the importance of financial literacy. The contest on this subject is being organised probably for the first time.

The short films must focus on the importance of money, what money can buy and what money can’t buy, investment, multiplying, saving culture, middle-class money problems, money and emotional connect, rags to riches, the importance of piggy bank and savings, plastic money, digital transactions, money saved is money earned, women and need for financial literacy etc and other related and relevant subjects of greater concern to the people about the money they earn.