Fostering through Digital Platforms Financial Literacy : Systematic Review of Literature


  • Davinder Kaur Sohi   Symbiosis Law School, Pune
  • Harjeet Singh   IndusInd Bank, Pune


Communications, Online Literate of Finance, Literate of Finance, Financial Knowledge, Organised Review of Literature.


The utilization of technology & innovation has been advancing for all social and monetary purposes far and wide. Studies recommend that with regards to training, innovation has made the instructing and learning agreeable and fascinating for the two instructors and students. Giving budgetary education through disconnected mode has been concentrated widely by the analysts around the globe. In any case, there is deficiency of studies on the territory of part of innovation in granting money related proficiency. This paper is an endeavour to investigate the territory of online money related proficiency. It plots the part of electronic stages in conferring monetary proficiency. The efficient writing survey was directed where 159 papers on online monetary proficiency were extricated from the Scopus information base and further substance investigation was performed. It is presumed that utilizing on the web devices to give budgetary proficiency combined with computerized education among people has prompted more utilization of monetary administrations by the shoppers all over the globe.


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Sohi, D. K., & Singh, H. (2022). Fostering through Digital Platforms Financial Literacy : Systematic Review of Literature. Journal of Applied Management- Jidnyasa, 14(1), 98–112. Retrieved from



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