Paytm presents “The Divide” | A Social Experiment financial knowledge

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On the path to gender equality, financial independence and literacy has been an often overlooked step. This International Women’s Day, Paytm encourages …

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  1. This has been done by a global brand! I mean sometimes it is so important to come up with fresh new social experimental videos rather than copying the format of a global brand,

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  2. Marketing department mai kisine socha ho ga ki feminism ke istemal se log paytm ka jada istemal karenge. Par esa nahi hota. Feminism se sales nahi badh ti balki ghat ti hai. Paytm should focus on not selling personal data of its users to anybody

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  3. Women want Equality but show no interest in learning investment or insurance 😞. Men self teach themselves about basic survival skills like cooking, loans, insurance, investment, hedging etc. Still women want equality😒

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  4. Interesting Conversation happening in the comment section. I will add some of my Bits.
    1. It is not then womxn do not want to earn and become financially independent. There are already so much responsibility that tires us womxn down. Cooking, Cleaning, Child care, family care. It tires us down to the extent that pursuing a job and sustaining in it becomes very difficult. Womxn want to pursue a career, make a name, become financially independent and once they are not bogged down by domestic duties, they will be encouraged to pursue career and the MEN, as they say, would not be expected to be the only provider.

    2. Learning is a conditional, social, and bhevaiourial process. We learn not only in school but also from our social surroundings. It is common when men are in their own circle to talk about cars, real estate, economy, salary, banking (basically different aspects of finance). Unfortunately, women are occupied in the above roles (Cooking, Cleaning, Child care, family care) and tend to talk about these things most of the time (even working women).
    Nevertheless, there is some awareness about financial literacy due to advocacy and womxn are realizing that it is important for them. We are trying. Womxn are trying.

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  5. It literally opened my 👀eye, sometimes u jst not only blame to other, u need to analysis this by deep thought, u need to understand that our society will only accept if u can do what men can also do.. N HAVE TO DO IT NOW🙄
    So just don't excuse and start self learning and make all believe that we are also self sufficient 😘😉

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  6. This is mostly a problem where women are responsible themselves. They don't even want to learn any financial details on their own. Men can only help to a certain point, but if women don't want to learn the efforts of men will be wasted too.

    Also to those people who are saying that this things should be taught in school, simple interest ki formula to yaad rehti nahi hai tumhe aur stock market sikhna hai 8 standard mai. 🤦🏼‍♀️ We should establish a system like ITI where essential skills would be taught to anyone who wants to learn it, but just throwing random complicated stuff at children who don't even know basic things in life isn't a solution. This kind of system would be helpful for anyone who wants to learn any skill from cooking to finance, and will also not increase pressure of students, who will just memorize everything and will forget it after exams.

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  7. Such yhought provoking workshops will help breaking tradition of family life and agravate many many modern time problems like unemployment, lack of unity in family… and increase undesireable competitiveness

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  8. Welly opinion is men wanna make future in early stage of life but women spent much on then selves, I have seen this self in cooperates men start investing in early ages but women are focused on lifestyle

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  9. I feel this video was very focused on victim blaming. It was like designed to make the others feel bad for something which is mostly the society’s fault. A lot of women are aware of their lack of financial independence but they are unable to do anything about it and this video blames it entirely on them.

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  10. Very excellent advertisement . If my mother was there in that advertisement she would be in the front line along with the men . I am proud of my mother that she is taking care of my family financially and in every way . I just love her . This is my favourite advertisement i had ever seen .

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  11. Ye video shayad scripted ho sakti h
    Ye shayad humari education system mein fault ho sakta h
    Par ye kuch ladkiyon bhi kahin na kahin galti h
    Girls apne haircare par, hair highlights par, skin care par, makeup par, pedicure par, nail art/extension par, apne dresses par, sundar dikhne par jyada focus karti h
    Unke liye ye sab financial literacy se jyada important h
    Voh chahein toh ye sab bhi sikh sakti h
    Kai ladkiyan hoti h jo sab kuch jaanti h toh unse sikh le yaa YouTube se seekh le ya webinars se ya courses se sikh le par nahi humein kya karna ye sab sikh kar aur agar jarurat padi toh bas jyada se jyada ye keh denge ki humein sikhaya nahi gaya jabki sachai ye h ki tumne kabhi sikhne ki icha rakhi hi nahi 🙄
    Bas phir aise social experiments se men ko guilty feel karva rahe ho

    Mein har kisi ki baat nahi kar rahi jeise ki bahut saari housemakers hoti h jo sab kuch jaanti h par kuch hoti h voh nahi jaanti iski vajah kuch bhi ho sakti h
    Par jahan tak ho sake toh sabko seekhna chahiye

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  12. I didn't quite get the point. If women have fought their way through to be financially independent, what has made them to still make managing their finances as their man's responsibility? Does a woman earning 50k+ per month really not know what are MFs and SIPs? Having said that, I don't deny the disparity. In fact, as a woman myself, I all too know well, the everyday struggle we face. But this video didn't cut for me, and yeah, the dramatic piano didn't do much either! 😃

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