DOMS IPO Subscription status | DOMS ipo

DOMS IPO subscribed by 99.34 times jisme se retail category ne subscribe kiya hai 73.38 times, QIB ne subscribe kiya Hai 122.16 aur NII category ne subscriber kiya hai 70.06 times.

Doms public issue se mile hue paise ka use ek new manufacturing facility ko expand karne ke liye Karega jisme writing instruments, watercolor pens, markers and highlighters banaye jaenge aur iske sath he iska prayog general corporate purposes ke liye Bhi Karega.

about dOMS ipo

DOMS IPO me Rs 1,200.00 crores public se liye jayege. Jisme se 0.44 crore new shares issue kiye jayege jo hoge Rs 350.00 crores aur 1.08 crore purane shares sale hoge jo hoge Rs 850.00 crores. DOMS IPO subscription ke liye December 13, 2023 ko khulega aur December 15, 2023 ko band hoga. Shares ki allotment final kari jayegi December 18, 2023 ko. DOMS IPO December 20, 2023 ko BSE aur NSE par list hoga. DOMS IPO ka price hai ₹750 se ₹790 per share. Retail category ko kum se kum 18 share ka lot apply karna padega jo ki hoge Rs. 14,220, NII ko 15 lots (270 shares), kum se kum apply karne hoge jo hoge ₹213,300, aur bNII ke liye 71 lots (1,278 shares) jo hoge ₹1,009,620.

About DOMS Industries

DOMS Industries Limited, was founded as R.R. Industries’ by, Late Shri Rasiklal Amritlal Raveshia and Late Shri Mansukhlal Jamnadas Rajani, which over the years undertook the business of manufacturing and sale of scholastic stationery; scholastic art material; office supplies; hobby and craft;paper stationery; kits and combos and fine art products.DOMS Industries launched its brand, “DOMS” in 2005, which has revolutionise the Indian ‘stationery and art material’ industry. In 2023, DOMS acquired a minority stake in ClapJoy Innovations Private Limited, which is in the business of manufacturing and sale of ‘toys’. Further, in the year 2023, they acquired a majority stake in Micro Wood Private Limited, which is in the business of manufacturing tin and paper based packing material. This acquisition is in line with Company’s strategy in achieving greater degree of backward integration for manufacturing.

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