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Convert Physical Shares into Demat form before December 05, 2018:

Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) vide its notification dated June 08, 2018 has notified that there will be no transfer of physical shares after December 5, 2018. For transfer of shares, it will be mandatory to hold shares in a demat form.

Members may please be informed that with effect from December 05, 2018, requests for effecting transfer of securities in physical form shall not be processed unless the securities are held in the dematerialized form with a depository. Hence, investors are requested to demat their physical holding for any further transfer.

How to convert physical shares into demat form:

A shareholder can get his shares dematerialized by submitting a Dematerialization Request Form (DRF) to its Depository Participant (DP). A DP is usually an intermediary between a shareholder and the Depository i.e. NSDL & CDSL.

After submission of DRF, a demat request is raised by DP with a unique DRN (Demat Request Number) and the physical share certificates are sent for verification to the concerned authorities (RTA).

Upon verification from RTA, the DP team will convert all the physical share certificates into electronic form. It takes approximately 3-4 weeks for the DP team to convert physical shares into demat Form or electronic form.

  • In case of death of a shareholder before converting shares into demat mode, legal heirs will have to transmit the shares in their name and then get the dematerialization done in their respective names. However if shares are in joint names and one of the joint holder is deceased, the process of transmission cum demat can be carried out by submitting a single form to DP.
  • In case of loss of physical shares, the shareholder will have to get the duplicate share certificates issued in his name from the Company. After receiving the duplicate share certificates, the shareholder can get his shares dematerialized by filling the DRF.

We request you to get the physical share certificates dematerialized at the earliest.

Contact below for further enquiries/doubts:

Alankit Assignments Ltd.
S.K. Khorana

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