Upcoming IPO List In India: Latest & New IPO In 2023

The latest IPO list that may enter the IPO market shortly is provided below, if you are looking for upcoming IPOs in 2023 India. Companies that have filed DRHPs and RHPs, as well as those that have received regulatory approval, will be listed on the list of upcoming IPOs that will hit the primary market in 2023. Subscribe to the upcoming IPO this week and don't miss out.

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Upcoming IPO in October 2023

The following is a list of upcoming IPOs in October 2023. This week's IPOs include Cello World and Mamaearth. Look for new IPOs and stay invested in the primary market. The list consists of the names of upcoming IPOs in India in 2023 that have already filed DRHPs with SEBI and have received SEBI approval to issue an IPO.

Equity / IPO Name Issue Price
Issue Size
₹ in Cr
Lot Size Open Date Close Date
Cello World 617-648 1900 23 30-Oct-2023 01-Nov-2023
Honasa Consumer (Mamaearth) 308-324 1720 46 31-Oct-2023 02-Nov-2023
Tata Technologies - - - Coming Soon Coming Soon
ESAF Small Finance Bank - 629.04 - Coming Soon Coming Soon
Protean eGov Technologies - - - Coming Soon Coming Soon
SPC Life Sciences - - - Coming Soon Coming Soon
Balaji Speciality Chemicals - - - Coming Soon Coming Soon
EbixCash - - - Coming Soon Coming Soon
Equity / IPO Name Issue Price
Issue Size
in Cr
Lot Size Open Date Close Date
SAR Televenture 52-55 24.75 2000 01-Nov-2023 03-Nov-2023
Mish Designs 122 9.76 1000 31-Oct-2023 02-Nov-2023
Transteel Seating 67-70 49.98 2000 30-Oct-2023 01-Nov-2023
Vrundavan Plantation 108 15.29 1200 30-Oct-2023 01-Nov-2023
Maitreya Medicare 78-82 14.89 1600 27-Oct-2023 01-Nov-2023
Shanthala FMCG 91 16.07 1200 27-Oct-2023 31-Oct-2023
KK Shah Hospital 45 8.78 3000 27-Oct-2023 31-Oct-2023
Paragon Fine 95-100 51.66 1200 26-Oct-2023 30-Oct-2023
Micropro Software 81 30.7 1600 Coming Soon Coming Soon
Baba Food - 33 - Coming Soon Coming Soon
Benchmark Computer - - - Coming Soon Coming Soon

Upcoming IPO Frequently Asked Questions – FAQs:

What is an IPO? or What is an IPO full form?

IPO stands for initial public offering, a process by which a private company gets publicly listed by offering its shares on a stock exchange. By doing so companies raise capital which they can use to expand operations, start new businesses, or repay existing debts.

What are the Different Types of IPOs

IPOs are of two types.
1) Fixed Price Issue
2) Book Building Issue.
A Fixed Price Issue is a type of initial public offering in which the price at which the securities will be offered and allotted is known to investors in advance.
A Book Building Issue means that the issuer offers a price band of 20% within which investors can bid, and only after the bid is closed does the issuer determine the final price.

What is a Regular IPO?

Through Mainboard IPO, companies with a minimum post-issue paid-up capital of ₹10 crore can raise funds and list on the BSE and NSE.

What is an SME IPO?

SME IPOs (Small and Medium Enterprises IPOs) are those issued by companies with a minimum post-issue capital of ₹1 crore and a maximum post-issue capital of ₹25 crore.

Which IPO is coming next?

The Upcoming IPO this week is Cello World, and Mamaearth in October 2023.

Which are the best Upcoming IPOs in 2023 in India?

The upcoming IPO in India in 2023 are Tata Communications, Mamaearth, Cello World, Flair, Ebixcash, Protean eGov Technologies, SPC Life Sciences, Motisons Jewellers, Innova Captab, Tata Play, Indiafirst Life, RBZ Jewellers, Gandhar Oil, Lohia Corp, Nova Agritech, and more. The Upcoming IPO list might include a few more names after the market regulator SEBI’s approval.

Are IPOs a good investment?

Yes, an IPO is a good investment in the short term and the long term. Investors should consider them when a company's financial situation is good and the demand is high.

Should I invest in upcoming IPOs?

Investing in upcoming IPOs depends on your financial goals and risk tolerance. Make sure you research the company thoroughly, seek professional advice, and understand your investment strategy before making any decisions.

How to invest in an IPO?

To apply for an upcoming IPO, the applicant must have a Demat account, a Trading account, a mobile number linked to the bank account, and a UPI ID.

Can I Apply for IPO without a Demat account?

No, according to SEBI rules, an individual must have a Demat Account to apply for an IPO.

Where do I get an application form for an Upcoming IPO?

Blank ASBA IPO application forms can be downloaded from the NSE or BSE websites. The IPO forms are also available from brokers.

How to Subscribe to an IPO?

There are three ways to apply for an IPO - through UPI, ASBA, or a broker.
UPI - Online: Open your Demat Account App, such as Zerodha, Upstox, IndMoney, or others, and then select IPO. Choose the IPO and apply for it using your UPI ID. You will receive a mandate for approval in your bank or UPI app, and approve the mandate to submit your application.
ASBA - Online: To apply for the IPO through ASBA, you must first log in to your bank account. Fill in the details such as your Demat Account Number, PAN Number, and Bidding Details, and submit.
Broker - Offline: To apply for an upcoming IPO, contact your broker and fill out and submit the form.

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