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Best SIP Plans to Invest in India

There are many types of the best investment strategies, and the investor invests according to them in different schemes. It is the form and method of investment which ensures that the profits they receive depend on the interest rates of the schemes. Selecting these SIP mutual fund schemes is very important for Systematic Investment Plan. Most Mutual Fund houses offer top SIP plans. Nonetheless, it is the investor's duty to find out the best plan in the future to generate optimal returns on investment. Some of India's best SIP plans for Mutual Funds include:

List of Top SIP Plans:

Mutual Fund Scheme Fund Type 1 Yr Return 3 Yr Return 5 Yr Return NAV in Rs.

1. Aditya Birla SL Equity Fund(G)

Launched on Aug 27, 1998, this fund belongs to Equity: Multi Cap category and contains Moderately High risk benchmarking S&P BSE AllCap. The fund seeks long-term growth of capital and regular income through 90% investment in equities and 10% in debt and money market securities. The scheme would adopt top-down & bottom-up approach of investing & a portion of the scheme will also be invested in IPOs, emerging sectors & other primary market offerings. Minimum SIP Investment starts from Rs. 100.

2. Canara Rob Emerg Equities Fund-Reg(G)

Launched on Mar 11, 2005, this fund belongs to Equity: Large & MidCap category and contains Moderately High risk benchmarking NIFTY Large Midcap 250. The scheme seeks to generate capital appreciation by investing in a diversified portfolio of large and mid-cap stocks. Best SIP plans starting from Rs. 1000.

3. HDFC Equity Fund(G)

Launched on Jan 01, 1995, this fund belongs to Equity: Multi Cap category and contains Moderately High risk benchmarking NIFTY 500. The scheme seeks to generate capital appreciation / income from a portfolio, predominantly invested in equity & equity related instruments. Best SIP plans starting from Rs. 500.

4. Nippon India Large Cap Fund(G)

Launched on Aug 08, 2007, this fund belongs to Equity: Large Cap category and contains High risk benchmarking S&P BSE 100. The scheme seeks to generate long term capital appreciation by investing predominantly into equity and equity related instruments of large cap companies. Best SIP plans starting from Rs. 100.

5. Sundaram Large and Mid Cap Fund(G)

Launched on Feb 27, 2007, this fund belongs to Equity: Large & MidCap category and contains Moderately High risk benchmarking NIFTY Large Midcap 250. The scheme seeks capital appreciation by investing predominantly in equity and equity related instruments in large and mid cap stocks. Best SIP plans starting from Rs. 100.

6. Tata Large & Mid Cap Fund(G)

Launched on Mar 31, 1993, this fund belongs to Equity: Large & MidCap category and contains Moderately High risk benchmarking S&P BSE 200. The scheme aims to provide capital appreciation by investing in equity and equity related instruments of well researched value and growth oriented large and mid cap companies. Best SIP plans starting from Rs. 500.

7. UTI Equity Fund-Reg(G)

Launched on May 18, 1992, this fund belongs to Equity: Multi Cap category and contains Moderately High risk benchmarking NIFTY 500. The scheme seeks to generate long term capital appreciation by investing predominantly in equity and equity related securities of companies across the market capitalization spectrum. Best SIP plans starting from Rs. 500.

8. IDFC Sterling Value Fund-Reg(G)

Launched on Mar 07, 2008, this fund belongs to Equity: Value Oriented category and contains Moderately High risk benchmarking S&P BSE 400 MidSmallCap. The Scheme seeks to generate capital appreciation from a diversified portfolio of equity and equity related instruments by following a value investment strategy. Best SIP plans starting from Rs. 100.

9. Mirae Asset Large Cap Fund-Reg(G)

Launched on Apr 04, 2008, this fund belongs to Equity: Large Cap category and contains Moderately High risk benchmarking NIFTY 100. The scheme aims to maximize long term capital appreciation by finding investment opportunities resulting from Indian economic growth and its structural shifts through investing in equity and equity related securities. Best SIP plans starting from Rs. 1000.

10. ICICI Pru Bluechip Fund(G)

Launched on May 23, 2008, this fund belongs to Equity: Large Cap category and contains Moderately High risk benchmarking NIFTY 100. The scheme seeks to generate long term capital appreciation and income distribution to investors from a portfolio that is predominantly invested in equity and equity related securities of large cap companies. Best SIP plans starting from Rs. 100.

11. Axis Midcap Fund(G)

Launched on Feb 18, 2011, this fund belongs to Equity: Mid Cap category and contains Moderately High risk benchmarking S&P BSE Mid Cap. The scheme seeks to achieve long term capital appreciation by investing predominantly in equity & equity related instruments of Mid Cap companies. Best SIP plans starting from Rs. 1000.

Best SIP Plans FAQs

  • +What is SIP?

    SIP is systematic investment plan, it a way to invest in mutual funds. In SIP on a specified date, a predefined amount is deducted from your bank account and invested in mutual fund scheme selected by the investor.

  • +Can I stop or cancel my SIP?

    Yes you can stop or cancel the SIP. AMCs don’t charge anything for cancellation or stop of SIPs.

  • +In how many days SIP units are allotted?

    It takes T+3 working days for unit allotment.

  • +Can I save tax on SIP?

    You can save tax only on ELSS (Equity linked savings scheme) SIP

  • +What is the minimum amount for SIP?

    It depends on the Mutual Fund scheme. Minimum SIP investment ranges from Rs. 100 to Rs. 1000.

  • +Which is the best mode of investment in SIP?

    There are 2 ways you can invest in SIP. One is offline another is online. The best way is online, because you can easily track value of your SIP investment at any point and stop, cancel or redeem you SIP with just 1 click.

  • +Can NRI invest in SIP?

    Yes, only USA and Canada residents are restricted by SEBI to invest in SIPs online.


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