Besides, Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) would also provide a "live facility for lodging investor complaint through SCORES against listed companies and securities market intermediaries" at its stall.
"As part of its endeavour for spreading the message of financial literacy and investor awareness, Sebi is participating in the 34th India International Trade Fair, 2014 from November 14, 2014 to November 27, 2014 at New Delhi," the market regulator said in a press release.
"The Sebi stall is at 18F – 04 A in Hall No 18, at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi," it added.
In a separate statement, NSE said it would set up the stall "to help visitors know more about the Indian financial markets, the various products available in the securities markets and ways of safe investing".
The market regulator said that it intends "to spread investor education, financial literacy and also cautioning the public at large against investing in illegal money mobilisation schemes" through its presence at the fair.
Sebi and NSE will also organise quiz programs related to financial literacy.
Meanwhile, NSE officials would also interact with the visitors to make them aware about the precautions one should take while trading, such as avoiding market rumours and not getting lured by promises of exceptionally high returns.
"They are also advising visitors on the mandatory and voluntary documents that should be executed between investors and brokers, so that an investor's interests are protected. Informative pamphlets and brochures are also being given to the visitors," the exchange said.
Sebi has been mandated by the Parliament to – protect interests of the investors in securities, regulate the securities market as well develop the securities market.

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