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NAV as of ( Sep 09, 2022 )
₹ 53.35 0.05 % 1-D Change
You get upto 0.41% extra returns
ET Money Rank
Out of 17
Generated returns consistently
Increased returns for each unit of additional risk
Controlled losses during market corrections
Delivered returns without frequent ups and downs
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|ET Money Rank||15 Out of 17|
|Expense ratio||0.61% As on Jul 31, 2022|
|AUM (Fund Size)||₹ 155 Crs|
|Age||9 yrs 8 m Since Jan 01, 2013|
|Benchmark||NIFTY All Duration G-Sec|
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Lumpsum ₹ 10000
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Small Cap 0%
Other Cap 0%
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Reserve Bank of India 6.37%
Cash & Call Money 13.21%
GOI Securities 80.42%
Cash/Net Current Assets 13.21%
Treasury Bills 6.37%
|Fund name||Annual Return %||Consistency||Value Research Rating|
|Edelweiss Government Securities Fund||8.05%|
|DSP Government Securities Fund||7.52%|
|IDFC GSF Investment Fund||7.33%|
|Nippon India Gilt Securities Fund||7.31%|
|SBI Magnum Gilt Fund||7.12%|
|ICICI Prudential Gilt Fund||7.11%|
|Franklin India Government Securities Fund||4.73%|
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|Period||Trailing returns||Category average||Rank within category|
|1 month||0.38%||0.81%||20 / 21|
|3 months||2.7%||2.9%||16 / 21|
|6 months||1.47%||1.75%||13 / 20|
|1 year||2.55%||2.42%||8 / 19|
|3 years||4.76%||6.04%||16 / 17|
|5 years||4.73%||6.54%||17 / 17|
Level of Risk in the Scheme
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The Scheme seeks to generate return through investments in sovereign securities issued by the Central Government and / or a State Government and / or any security unconditionally guaranteed by the central Government and / or State Government for repayment of Principal and Interest.
As on Jun 30, 2022
The Franklin India Government Securities Fund is a 9 yrs 8 m old fund and has delivered average annual returns of 7.34% since inception.
NAV or Net Asset Value is the per-unit price of the Mutual Fund. The NAV of a Mutual Fund changes every day. It is calculated by taking the current value of the holdings of the fund at end of the day, subtracting the expenses, and dividing the value by the number of units issued to date.
The NAV of Franklin India Government Securities Fund for Sep 09, 2022 is 53.35 .
Franklin India Government Securities Fund has an ET Money Rank of # 15 of 17 and a consistency rating of 2 .
This indicates the fund has not generated great returns and even those are not very consistent. You might want to look at other funds in its category.
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The Expense Ratio of a Mutual Fund is the annual charges you pay to the Mutual Fund company for managing your investments in that fund. The Expense Ratio is a percentage of Assets Under Management (AUM) and is taken from the returns generated by the fund. For this reason, a fund with a lower expense ratio is always better because a smaller part of the returns will be taken and that means more returns for you.
The Expense Ratio of the direct plan of Franklin India Government Securities Fund is 0.61%. .
Redeeming your investments in Franklin India Government Securities Fund is super easy. If you have invested in this fund via ET Money, just login into the app, go to the investment section and put the redemption request.
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AUM or Asset Under Management is the total value of the assets held by a Mutual Fund scheme. For instance, for an equity Mutual Fund, the AUM will be the total value of its portfolio's equity shares (plus any other asset it might have invested in). The AUM of the fund changes every day because the price of the underlying asset fluctuates daily. However, the Mutual Fund company doesn't update it every day. It is updated only at the end of the month and released within few days of the next month.
The AUM of the fund is a good indicator of its popularity. A fund with a high AUM means a lot of money has been invested in it, and investors like it. However, the AUM should never be the primary criteria while selecting a fund. There are funds with huge AUMs that continue to perform well despite their size.
The AUM of Franklin India Government Securities Fund is ₹155 Crs.
The credit rating of the instruments in which the fund invests represents the quality of the borrower.
The Franklin India Government Securities Fund allocation by credit quality is given below
|Credit Quality||Percentage of Portfolio|
|Cash & Call Money||13.21%|
The top 3 debt holdings of Franklin India Government Securities Fund are as follows
|Holding Name||Percentage of Portfolio|
|Reserve Bank of India||6.37%|