Webinar on “FINANCIAL LITERACY AND AWARENESS PROGRAM-UNDERSTANDING INDIAN SECURITIES MARKET” on May 3, 2021
Department – MBA (AFMR)
Name of Event – Webinar on “FINANCIAL LITERACY AND AWARENESS PROGRAM- UNDERSTANDING INDIAN SECURITIES MARKET”
Date of Event – Monday , 3rd May, 2021
Objective of Event – Understanding the role of Indian Securities Market in the Economy.
Details of Guests with Designation – CA. V.K. Jain
Practicing Chartered Accountant and Trainer at BSE(Bombay Stock Exchange) and NSE (National Stock Exchange)
Dignitaries Present –
Coordinator (s)/Convener – Dr. Pooja Talreja (Coordinator Finance Club)
Details of Participants – MBA Students
Achievements (if any) –
Write up giving highlights
A stock exchange or securities exchange is an open market where trade in financial instruments like shares issued by companies, bonds, derivatives, etc., takes place. It is an organization that facilitates to trade in stocks and other securities for stock brokers. The buying and selling of stocks take place through a stock exchange, and it plays a key role to determine the economic condition of a country. The Securities that are traded on a stock exchange include stock issued by listed companies, unit trusts, derivatives, pooled investment products and bonds. Stock exchanges often function as “continuous auction” markets with buyers and sellers conducting transactions at a central location such as the floor of the exchange.
A webinar was organized on “Financial Literacy and Awareness Programme- Understanding Indian Securities Market” by Dr. Pooja Talreja, as a coordinator of Finance Club in MBA department for the students of MBA 2nd semester. The programme is under the aegis of Investor Education & Protection Fund (IEPF) of The Ministry Of Corporate Affairs (MCA), Government Of India organized by BSE.
The resource person for the event was CA. Veer Jain, Practicing Chartered Accountant and Trainer at BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange and NSE (National Stock Exchange).
Veer Jain has explained and covered various topics viz :
- Why Financial Education
- Understanding securities market
- SEBI (Securities And Exchange Board Of India)
- Primary and Secondary markets
- Basic rules of investing
- Grievance redressal Mechanism
- Stock Exchanges
- Depository etc.
The students were enabled to clarify their doubts and queries about the role of securities market in Indian Economy. The session was very beneficial to the aspiring students and was appreciated by all.
Prepared by (Name) Dr. Pooja Talreja
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