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Financial Calendar :

Financial Calendar for 2014-15
 1 Unaudited Financial Result for the first quarter ending 30th June, 2014 In the month of July, 2014
 2 Unaudited Financial Result for the second quarter ending 30th September, 2014 In the month of October, 2014
 3 Unaudited Financial Result for the third quarter ending 31st December, 2014 In the month of January, 2015
 4 Audited Financial Result for the fourth quarter and for the financial year ending 31st March, 2015 In the month of April, 2015
 5 Annual General Meeting for the year ending March, 2015 In the month of July, 2015

Other Information :

  1. How to Dematerialise Shares
  2. Shareholders who desire to dematerialise their shares can do so by opening a Beneficiary Account with a Depository Participant (DP) registered with SEBI. They can then submit to the DP a Demat Request Form (in triplicate) along with the relevant share certificates and requisite documents. On receipt of Demat Request Form, DP will generate a Dematerialization Request Number and the said Dematerialization Request Number is electronically transmitted to the Company / Registrar and Transfer Agent (RTA) through the concerned Depository. DP will also send the physical certificate(s) with the original Demat Request Form to the Company/RTA for verification and confirmation.

    The Company/RTA, on receipt of Demat Request Form and share certificate(s) as above, will process the said request and if the Demat Request Form is found to be in order {viz. verification of signature and certificate(s)}, will electronically confirm the said request to the DP. The DP on receipt of such confirmation, the DP will give credit for that holding in the shareholder’s Beneficiary account.

    The Company has paid one-time custodian fees to the National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) to reduce the cost of holding shares in dematerialised form to its shareholders. To further facilitate and broad base this activity the Company has entered into an agreement with Central Depositories Services (India) Limited (CDSL) on 23rd March, 1999 for trading its shares in dematerialised form.

  3. Transfer Of Share

  4. Physical Form

    Where Shares are held in physical form, the shareholder has to execute Share Transfer Form for transferring shares and affix stamp duty thereon and submit the Share Transfer Form along with original share certificate, Self attested PAN card xerox copy of the Buyer to the Company / RTA. On receipt of completely filed share transfer form alongwith stamp duty paid and requisite documents, the RTA will verify the form and documents and will transfer the shares. The RTA will endorse the name of the Transferee on the Share certificate and dispatch the same to the shareholder. Where the share certificates have not been received by the concerned shareholders, the Company on being informed, immediately puts a temporary alert tag in respect of such share certificates. This would help to avoid fraudulent transfers.

    Demat Mode

    When shares are held in demat form, the shareholder has to submit to the DP duly filled in the instructions booklet giving details of the shares and beneficiary account of the transferee. After receiving the instructions from the shareholder, the DP will transfer the shares electronically i.e. credit the demat account / Beneficiary account of the transferee.

  5. Prevention From Tempering
  6. In order to prevent forged transfer of shares, which might have been intercepted in transit, the Company has started intimating the shareholders, especially in cases where share certificates are re-lodged for transfer within 2 months of the earlier transfer. Such intimations are sent by way of notice of lodgment inviting any objections to the proposed transfer of shares.

  7. Duplicate Share
  8. Duplicate Share Certificate is issued on loss of original share certificate. The procedure for issue of duplicate share certificates has been streamlined. The shareholder can send the request for issue of duplicate share certificate to the Company / RTA. On receipt of the request the Company / RTA sends the detailed procedure to be followed for issuing duplicate share certificate which requires shareholder to execute Indemnity Bond on Rs.200 stamp paper, Affidavit on Rs.100 stamp paper, publishing of advertisement regarding loss of share certificate in the prescribed format, copy of police complaint / First Inspection Report.

    On receipt of above documents from shareholder and after verification of the same, approval is sought from the Company for issuing duplicate share certificate. Efforts are made to dispatch duplicate share certificate/s within a period of 30 days from the date of receipt of duly completed documents by the RTA.

  9. Electronic clearing Service (ECS) Mandates
  10. It has been the experience of the Company that in a few cases dividend warrants were delivered after considerable delay or were lost in transit or tampered with. As per SEBI guidelines dividend to the shareholders with holdings in dematerialised form will be paid by crediting the amount to their bank account as informed by the DP. In order to avoid tampering of dividend warrant during transit, the shareholders holding shares in physical forms are also advised to opt for the ECS introduced by the Reserve Bank of India in major cities. Under the ECS system, the dividend amounts payable to the shareholders can be credited to the bank accounts instantaneously with no extra cost to them. The shareholders willing to avail of the above facility, may furnish the required information in the Mandate Form to be collected from Company’s Registrar and Transfer Agent, viz. Sharex Dynamic (India) Private Limited, Unit: LIC Housing Finance Ltd., Branch Office, Unit No. 1, Luthra Industrial Premises, Andheri - Kurla Road, Safed Pool, Andheri (East), Mumbai 400 072 together with the photocopy of the cheque of the relevant bank account or a cancelled blank cheque. The information so furnished would be kept confidential and utilised only for the purpose of effecting dividend payments. The Company has been requesting the shareholders to opt for the ECS by which the dividend amount can be credited to their bank accounts directly.

  11. Nomination Facility To The Shareholders
  12. As per the latest amendment to the Companies Act, 1956, a shareholder can nominate the successors in case of his / her death. Shareholders who are interested in recording the nomination for their holdings may send Form 2A to the Company.

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