The process of a private company offering shares to the public in a stock issuance is known as IPO (Initial Public Offering). Before the IPO, a company is considered private, and as a private company, the growth is significant but with a relatively small number of shareholders and capital.

When this private company reaches a threshold in the growth process, where it believes it is mature for the rigors of SEC regulations with the benefits and responsibilities to public shareholders, it registers for an IPO with SEBI. It is done through IPO Draft Prospectus (DRHP) and IPO Red Herring Prospectus (RHP or IPO Final Prospectus) to become a new IPO in the market.

At least 30 companies are expected to launch their IPOs here. Read on to find out more about the upcoming IPOs in India in 2021.

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Upcoming IPOs in 2021

Here is a fully-fledged list of Upcoming IPO in India 2021. With this blog, you can find the most renowned companies going public in 2021. A single source to all of the latest IPO data you would need to know where to tie your investments and start your trade.

IPO Tentative Issue Size (in Rs Crores)* Tentative Date*
LIC 70,000 2021-22
PayTM 16,600 2021
Nykaa 2021-22
Fincare Small Finance Bank 1,330 2021
Nuvoco Vistas 5,000 2021
Studds Accessories 2021
Bajaj Energy 5,450 2021
Aditya Birla Sun Life AMC 2021
GoFirst (GoAir) 3,600 2021
Devyani International 1,400 2021
Penna Cements 1,550 2021
CarTrade Tech 2,000 2021
*Both, the issue size and date, is tentative and might vary once the issue goes live in the markets.

IPOs Listed in 2021


Issuing Company Issue Price (Rs per share) Listing Premium/Discount Listing Date
1. IRFC Rs 26 per share -4.23% January 29
2. Indigo Paints Rs 1,490 per share 75% February 2
3. HFFC Rs 518 per share 19% February 3
4. Stove Kraft Rs 358 per share 21-29% February 5
5. Brookfield Reit Rs 275 per share Flat to 2.4% February 16
6. RailTel Rs 94 per share 10-20% February 26
7. Nureca Rs 400 per share 53-59% February 25
8. Heranba Rs 627 per share 43.54% March 5
9. MTAR Rs 575 per share 82-89% March 15
10. Easy Trip Planners(Ease My Trip) Rs 187 per share 10-13% March 19
11. Anupam Rasayan Rs 555 per share – 3.6 to 6.3% (discount) March 24
12. Laxmi Organic Rs 130 per share 20% March 25
13. Craftsman Automation Rs 1,490 per share -8 to10% (discount) March 25
14. Kalyan Jewellers Rs 87 per share -15% (discount) March 26
15. Nazara Tech Rs 1,101 per share 80% March 30
16. Suryoday Small Finance Bank Rs 305 per share -3.9 to 4% (discount) March 26
17. Barbeque Nation Rs 500 per share -2% discount April 7
18. Lodha Developers Rs 486 per share -10.29% discount April 19
19. Sona Comstar Rs 301 per share 3.44% June 24
20. Shyam Metalics Rs 380 per share 24.18% June 24
21. KIMS Hospitals Rs 1,009 per share 22.3% June 28
22. Dodla Dairy Rs 550 per share 28.5% June 28
23. Indian Pesticides Rs 350 per share 18.24% July 5
24. GR Infraprojects Rs 1,715 per share 104.9% July 19
25. Clean Science Rs 1,755 per share 95% July 19

Upcoming IPOs – FAQs

Q1. What is the full form for IPO?

IPO stands for Initial Public Offering.

Q2. What does IPO mean?

An unlisted company announces IPO when it decides to raise funds through the public. It is the process of a private company expanding by issuing shares to the public.

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Q3. What is DRHP: IPO Draft Prospectus

A DRHP is prepared by underwriters and submitted to SEBI for approval of the IPO. This document holds major data of the company, like, promoters, IPO, and risks. SEBI takes a few months to approve the DHRP.

Q4. What is RHP: IPO Red Herring Prospectus

IPO Red Herring Prospectus is an elongated version of the DHRP, but with additional information and details about IPO dates, price, and the latest financial details. It is also known as the IPO final prospectus.

Q5. What is the IPO Prospectus of a company?

An IPO prospectus of a company gives investors all of the information of the issuer company and the proposed IPO. As the company would turn out to be a very recent IPO of the market, before investing in the IPO, the investors must go through the RHP documents and understand the current state of the company, the future plans, the public offer detail, investment risks, promoters background and the business module of the company.

Q6. Who presents the proposal of a company’s IPO?

Underwriters or investment banks present the IPO proposals.

Q7. What is the primary purpose of IPOs?

A company typically issues an IPO to raise capital from the public, pay off debts, growth initiatives, and more. The basic aim of an IPO is to sell a portion of private shares as IPO.


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