We see the return for each fund, along with the expense ratio, on your site. Is this the net return (where the fund's expenses have already been deducted) or do we need to deduct the expense ratio to arrive at the net return?
The NAV of a mutual fund is calculated after deducting management expenses. If returns are displayed as 22 per cent, it means that an investor will get 22 per cent appreciation on his investment if he sells his investments. You don't have to deduct expenses again from the returns.