Upcoming Dividend 2023

Company NameEx DatePurposeRecord Date
APCOTEX INDUSTRIES LTD.07 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 2.000007 Feb 2023
INDRAPRASTHA GAS LTD.07 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 3.000007 Feb 2023
IIFL Finance Ltd07 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 4.000007 Feb 2023
KIRLOSKAR PNEUMATIC CO.LTD.07 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 2.500007 Feb 2023
K.P. Energy Ltd07 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 0.250007 Feb 2023
Route Mobile Ltd07 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 6.000007 Feb 2023
Sharda Cropchem Ltd07 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 3.000007 Feb 2023
SRF LTD.07 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 3.600007 Feb 2023
TRANSPORT CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.07 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 2.500007 Feb 2023
AARTI DRUGS LTD.08 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 1.000008 Feb 2023
Anupam Rasayan India Ltd08 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 0.600008 Feb 2023
COAL INDIA LTD.08 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 5.250008 Feb 2023
HIL LTD.08 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 20.000008 Feb 2023
KAJARIA CERAMICS LTD.08 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 6.000008 Feb 2023
MOIL LTD.08 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 3.000008 Feb 2023
PROCTER & GAMBLE HYGIENE & HEALTH CARE LTD.08 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 80.000008 Feb 2023
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.08 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 5.000008 Feb 2023
Radiant Cash Management Services Ltd08 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 1.000008 Feb 2023
RailTel Corporation of India Ltd08 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 1.500008 Feb 2023
SHANTHI GEARS LTD.08 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 3.000008 Feb 2023
SUN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES LTD.08 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 7.500008 Feb 2023
TCI Express Ltd08 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 3.000008 Feb 2023
GILLETTE INDIA LTD.09 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 35.000009 Feb 2023
Greenpanel Industries Ltd09 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 1.500009 Feb 2023
INDIA MOTOR PARTS & ACCESSORIES LTD.09 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 9.000009 Feb 2023
Orient Electric Ltd09 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 0.750009 Feb 2023
QGO Finance Ltd09 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 0.100009 Feb 2023
REC Ltd09 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 3.250009 Feb 2023
BHARAT ELECTRONICS LTD.10 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 0.600010 Feb 2023
CARBORUNDUM UNIVERSAL LTD.10 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 1.500010 Feb 2023
CARE Ratings Ltd10 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 10.000010 Feb 2023
Cholamandalam Investment and Finance Company Ltd10 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 1.300010 Feb 2023
Clean Science and Technology Ltd10 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 2.000010 Feb 2023
GREAT EASTERN SHIPPING CO.LTD.10 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 7.200010 Feb 2023
GPT INFRAPROJECTS LTD.10 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 1.000010 Feb 2023
Jubilant Ingrevia Ltd10 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 2.500010 Feb 2023
KPIT Technologies Ltd10 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 1.450010 Feb 2023
MAS Financial Services Ltd10 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 1.800011 Feb 2023
NACL Industries Ltd10 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 0.150010 Feb 2023
Orient Cement Ltd10 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 0.500010 Feb 2023
PCBL Ltd10 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 5.500010 Feb 2023
PH CAPITAL LTD.10 Feb 2023Dividend - Rs. - 0.250010 Feb 2023
Valiant Organics Ltd10 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 1.000010 Feb 2023
EMAMI LTD.-$13 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 4.000013 Feb 2023
ENGINEERS INDIA LTD.13 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 2.000013 Feb 2023
IDFC LIMITED13 Feb 2023Special Dividend - Rs. - 11.000013 Feb 2023
Procter & Gamble Health Ltd13 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 45.000013 Feb 2023
SUN TV NETWORK LTD.13 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 3.750013 Feb 2023
TV TODAY NETWORK LTD.13 Feb 2023Special Dividend - Rs. - 67.000013 Feb 2023
Gateway Distriparks Ltd14 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 0.750014 Feb 2023
HIKAL LTD.14 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 0.600014 Feb 2023
K.P.R. Mill Limited14 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 2.000014 Feb 2023
Mahanagar Gas Ltd14 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 10.000014 Feb 2023
WHEELS INDIA LTD.14 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 3.000014 Feb 2023
SAVEN TECHNOLOGIES LTD.15 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 1.000015 Feb 2023
AARTI INDUSTRIES LTD.15 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 1.000015 Feb 2023
Computer Age Management Services Ltd15 Feb 2023Interim Dividend15 Feb 2023
Dalmia Bharat Sugar and Industries Ltd15 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 3.000015 Feb 2023
ITC LTD.15 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 6.000015 Feb 2023
MANAPPURAM FINANCE LTD.15 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 0.750015 Feb 2023
PRADEEP METALS LTD.15 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 1.000015 Feb 2023
SAHYADRI INDUSTRIES LTD.15 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 2.500015 Feb 2023
Tube Investments of India Ltd15 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 2.000015 Feb 2023
MAAN ALUMINIUM LTD.16 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 1.000016 Feb 2023
SHREE CEMENT LTD.16 Feb 2023Interim Dividend16 Feb 2023
Alkem Laboratories Ltd17 Feb 2023Interim Dividend18 Feb 2023
AUROBINDO PHARMA LTD.17 Feb 2023Interim Dividend17 Feb 2023
BALKRISHNA INDUSTRIES LTD.-$17 Feb 2023Interim Dividend18 Feb 2023
BLS International Services Ltd17 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 0.500017 Feb 2023
COROMANDEL INTERNATIONAL LTD.17 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 6.000017 Feb 2023
DCW LTD.17 Feb 2023Interim Dividend17 Feb 2023
FIRSTSOURCE SOLUTIONS LTD.17 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 3.500017 Feb 2023
IRCON International Ltd17 Feb 2023Interim Dividend17 Feb 2023
JK PAPER LTD.17 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 4.000017 Feb 2023
PAGE INDUSTRIES LTD.17 Feb 2023Interim Dividend17 Feb 2023
PlatinumOne Business Services Ltd17 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 2.000017 Feb 2023
RITES Ltd17 Feb 2023Interim Dividend17 Feb 2023
SAFARI INDUSTRIES (INDIA) LTD.17 Feb 2023Interim Dividend17 Feb 2023
SJVN Ltd17 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 1.150017 Feb 2023
Vishwaraj Sugar Industries Ltd17 Feb 2023Interim Dividend17 Feb 2023
Galaxy Surfactants Ltd20 Feb 2023Interim Dividend20 Feb 2023
Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers Ltd20 Feb 2023Interim Dividend20 Feb 2023
KPI Green Energy Ltd20 Feb 2023Interim Dividend - Rs. - 0.200020 Feb 2023
SHIVALIK BIMETAL CONTROLS LTD.20 Feb 2023Interim Dividend20 Feb 2023
AVT NATURAL PRODUCTS LTD.21 Feb 2023Interim Dividend21 Feb 2023
DISA INDIA LTD.21 Feb 2023Interim Dividend21 Feb 2023
MRF LTD.21 Feb 2023Interim Dividend21 Feb 2023
Oracle Credit Ltd21 Feb 2023Interim Dividend21 Feb 2023
SAT INDUSTRIES LTD.-$21 Feb 2023Interim Dividend21 Feb 2023
BOSCH LTD.22 Feb 2023Interim Dividend22 Feb 2023
TIDE WATER OIL (INDIA) LTD.22 Feb 2023Interim Dividend22 Feb 2023
PREMCO GLOBAL LTD.-$23 Feb 2023Interim Dividend23 Feb 2023
BEML LTD.24 Feb 2023Interim Dividend24 Feb 2023
INSECTICIDES (INDIA) LTD.24 Feb 2023Interim Dividend24 Feb 2023
NICCO PARKS & RESORTS LTD.-$24 Feb 2023Interim Dividend24 Feb 2023
Satia Industries Ltd24 Feb 2023Interim Dividend24 Feb 2023

When it comes to investing, the dividend is an important concept to understand. A dividend is a portion of a company’s profit that is paid out to shareholders or investors of that company. Generally, the money is paid out on a quarterly or annual basis. For example, if a company earns a profit of $10 million in a quarter, it may decide to pay out $5 million in dividends to its shareholders.

The dividend is typically paid out in cash, but it can also be paid out in the form of stock or other assets. Dividends are usually paid out as a percentage of the company’s total profits. For example, if a company makes a profit of $10 million, it may decide to pay out 10% of that amount to its shareholders as a dividend.

Dividend payments are an important source of income for investors, as they provide a steady stream of income that can be used to fund investments. By investing in dividend stocks, investors can receive regular payments without having to worry about the stock’s performance.

Why do Companies Give Dividends?

There are several reasons why companies may choose to pay out dividends. The most common reason is to reward shareholders for their loyalty and to encourage them to continue to hold the stock. Companies may also pay dividends to raise capital for expansion or other projects. Additionally, companies may pay out dividends to make the stock more attractive to potential investors.

Another reason why companies may pay out dividends is to generate more income. By doing so, they can increase their overall profits and give shareholders more money to invest in other areas. Finally, companies may pay out dividends to make up for losses. For example, if a company has experienced a period of poor performance, it may choose to pay out a larger dividend to compensate for the losses.

How Long Do You Have To Hold A Stock To Get The Dividend?

In order to receive a dividend, you must own the stock at the date the dividend is declared. This date is known as the “record date” or “ex-dividend date”. If you own the stock on the record date, then you will receive the dividend. Those who purchase the stock after the record date will not receive the dividend.

The length of time you must hold the stock in order to receive the dividend varies depending on the company. Generally, you must hold the stock for at least two to three weeks before the dividend is paid out. However, some companies may require you to hold the stock longer in order to receive the dividend.

It is important to note that you must also own the stock on the payment date in order to receive the dividend. If you sell the stock before the payment date, then you will not receive the dividend.

How Many Times Does A Company give Dividend?

The frequency of dividend payments varies from company to company. Some companies pay out dividends on a quarterly basis, while others pay out dividends on an annual basis. Additionally, some companies may pay out dividends more or less frequently depending on their performance.

It is also important to note that some companies may not pay dividends at all. Companies are not obligated to pay dividends, and some may choose to reinvest profits instead. Additionally, some companies may suspend or reduce their dividend payments during periods of poor performance.

Investing in Dividend Stocks

Investing in dividend stocks is a great way to generate a steady stream of income. Dividend stocks tend to be more stable than other stocks, as they are typically well-established companies with a history of paying out dividends. Additionally, dividend stocks often pay out more than other stocks, making them attractive to investors.

When investing in dividend stocks, it is important to research the company and understand the risks associated with it. Additionally, it is important to understand the company’s dividend policy and how often it pays out dividends. Additionally, it is important to consider the company’s financial performance and future prospects.

Finally, it is important to understand the tax implications of dividend payments. Depending on your country’s tax laws, you may be liable for taxes on the dividend income you receive. It is important to research the tax implications of dividend payments before investing in dividend stocks.

Are Dividend Stocks Worth It?

Dividend stocks can be a great way to generate passive income and diversify your portfolio. However, it is important to understand the risks associated with investing in dividend stocks. Additionally, it is important to understand the company’s dividend policy and make sure you are able to hold the stock for the required length of time in order to receive the dividend.

Ultimately, whether or not dividend stocks are worth it depends on your individual goals and risk tolerance. Dividend stocks can provide a steady stream of income, but they also come with risks. It is important to consider these risks and make sure you are comfortable with them before investing in dividend stocks.

In conclusion, dividend investing can be a great way to generate passive income and diversify your portfolio. However, it is important to understand the risks associated with investing in dividend stocks and make sure you are able to hold the stock for the required length of time in order to receive the dividend. Additionally, it is important to understand the tax implications of dividend payments before investing in dividend stocks. With the right research and understanding, dividend stocks can be a great way to generate passive income and diversify your portfolio.

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