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List of Upcoming IPOs in India 2023

Company NameIssue SizeIPO Date
Zaggle Prepaid750 crore2023
Rashi Peripherals750 crore2023
Cyient DLM740 crore2023
OYO Rooms7,000 crore+ OFS2023
Hexagon Nutrition600 crore2023
Mankind Pharma5,500 crore2023
Tata Technologies4,000 crore2023
VLCC Healthcare300 + OFS2023
Indegene Limited3,200 crore2023
Annai Infra Developers200 – 2502023
Tata Play2,500 crore2023
Allied Blenders and Distillers2,000 crore2023
Droom2,000 + OFS2023
Popular Vehicles and Services150 + OFS2023
SAMHI Hotels1,800 – 2,0002023
Honasa Consumer Limited (Mamaearth)1,350 crore2023
Go Digit General Insurance1,250 crore2023
Snapdeal1,250 + OFS2023
Survival Technologies1,000 crore2023
PharmEasy6250 crore2023
Bajaj Energy5450 crore2023
Go Airlines3600 crore2023
Gemini Edibles and Fats India2500 crore2023
TBO TEK Limited2100 crore2023
MobiKwik1900 crore2023
Arohan Financial1800 crore2023
Ixigo1600 crore2023
Penna Cement1550 crore2023
Utkarsh Small Finance Bank1350 crore2023
Fincare Small Finance Bank1330 crore2023
Sterlite Power1250 crore2023
Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotel1000 crore2023
ESAF Small Finance Bank998 crore2023
Inspira Enterprise India Ltd.800 crore2023
Keventer Agro800 crore2023
Medi Assist Insurance TPA Pvt. Ltd.800 crore2023
Chemspec Chemicals700 crore2023
Muthoot Microfin700 crore2023
Shri Bajrang Power and Ispat Ltd700 crore2023
Seven Islands Shipping600 crore2023
Hinduja Leyland Finance500 crore2023
Studds Accessories450 crore2023
Gujarat Polysol Chemicals414 crore2023
Narmada Bio-chem90 crore2023
Aadhar Housing FinanceTo be updated2023
Aakash EducationsTo be updated2023
Asianet Satellite Communication LtdTo be updated2023
Bharat FIH LtdTo be updated2023
boAtTo be updated2023
BVG India LtdTo be updated2023
BYJU’sTo be updated2023
Capillary TechnologiesTo be updated2023
Capillary Technologies India LtdTo be updated2023
Capital Small Finance Bank LtdTo be updated2023
Century Metal RecyclingTo be updated2023
Cogent eService LtdTo be updated2023
EbixcashTo be updated2023
Ecom ExpressTo be updated2023
ESDS Software Solutions LimitedTo be updated2023
FabindiaTo be updated2023
Fedbank Financial Services LtdTo be updated2023
Godavari Biorefineries LtdTo be updated2023
HDB FinancialTo be updated2023
Healthium MedtechTo be updated2023
Imagine Marketing Ltd IPOTo be updated2023
Infinion BiopharmaTo be updated2023
Joyalukkas IndiaTo be updated2023
Kids Clinic India LtdTo be updated2023
Lava International LtdTo be updated2023
Macleods Pharmaceuticals LtdTo be updated2023
Maini Precision Products LtdTo be updated2023
Mukka Proteins LtdTo be updated2023
NaviTo be updated2023
Northern Arc Capital LtdTo be updated2023
OlaTo be updated2023
Plaza Wires LtdTo be updated2023
Popular Vehicles Services LtdTo be updated2023
Protean eGov TechnologiesTo be updated2023
Puranik Builder LtdTo be updated2023
Sahajanand Medical Technologies LtdTo be updated2023
Senco GoldTo be updated2023
SwiggyTo be updated2023
TVS Supply Chain Solutions LtdTo be updated2023
Uma Converter LimitedTo be updated2023
Veeda Clinical Research LtdTo be updated2023
Vikram Solar LtdTo be updated2023
Waaree EnergiesTo be updated2023
Yatharth HospitalsTo be updated2023

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the maximum investment in an ipo for retail investors?

According to SEBI guidelines, the maximum investment for an IPO for retail investors is Rs.5 lakh using the UPI application.

What are the prerequisites of applying for an IPO? 

As an investor, the following are the prerequisites of applying for an IPO
– Firstly, you need to be an adult (18+ years age)
– You must hold a valid demat account. In case you wish to sell stocks subscribed during IPO, you will also need a trading account. Moreover, it is advisable to open a trading account along with a demat account when you are investing in an IPO for the first time. 
– Additionally, it is mandatory to hold a PAN to open a Demat account in India. Also, your bank account must be linked to your demat account.
Besides this, you must also do proper research about the company IPO you wish to invest in. Some companies have performed greatly while some have a lacklustre performance. 

Do I need a demat account for investing in an ipo?

Yes you require a demat account for investing in an IPO. Once the IPO application is completed the respective shares will automatically be credited to your demat account. 

What are the next big upcoming ipos?

The next big upcoming IPOs are NSE which plans to raise INR 10,000 crores, OYO rooms plans to raise INR 8,430 crores and Bajaj Energy plans to raise INR 5,450 crores.

How can individuals apply in upcoming ipos online?

Individuals can apply for upcoming IPOs online through their broker or bank account. Through brokers, investors have to look for the IPO tab, select the IPO, place the bid and make the payment. Through a bank account, locate the ASBA tab and click on apply IPO. Fill the required details and submit the application. 

How do I get an application form for an upcoming ipo?

There are 2 ways to get the IPO application form. You can visit the nearest broking firm or bank to obtain the form for IPO. Also, you can download the ASBA form online from the NSE or BSE website. 

Can i cancel or revise ipo application before allotment?

Yes, you can cancel or revise the IPO application before allotment by writing to the Registrar directly. The IPO cancellation window closes once the issue subscription window is closed. 

What is the issue size in ipo?

The issue size in an IPO depicts how big the company IPO is. The issue size is decided based on company valuation and its growth prospects. Also, it represents the number of shares that the company will offer to the public for subscription. 

How to delete the ipo mandate?

You can delete the IPO mandate by cancelling or withdrawing the IPO till the closure of issue. You have to initiate this through the intermediary with whom the IPO application was submitted for bidding. 

How to withdraw the ipo application?

You can withdraw the IPO application online by going to the order book, select the IPO and withdraw. The money which is blocked will be released in one or two days. In case the online option is not available to withdraw the application, you need to contact your broker or bank through whom you have applied.