Demutualization of stock exchange 

STOCKS  Stocks that may particularly represented as a type of security purposes that gives out a share of leadership in one’s company. It may also refer as “Equities”. In this, stocks may differentiate into four categories, namely. Growth, Dividend yield, public offering and Defensive Stocks. All categories have it own functionalities. There were various industries that stocks were categorized... Continue Reading →

Salient Features of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Amendment of the Indian Constitution

2nd Amendment of Indian Constitution The CONSTITUTION (SECOND AMENDMENT) BILL, 1952, which was enacted as the Constitution (Second Amendment) Act, 1952, included a Statement of Objects and Reasons. OBJECTIVES AND REASONS STATEMENT The House of People has an absolute ceiling of 500 elected members, according to Article 81(1)(a). According to Article 81(1)(b), the States shall... Continue Reading →

Surveillance Mechanism at Stock Exchanges

Introduction It is rightly said that “Time is the king of everyone. And the advent wheel of time cannot be stop”. From a stage where a human being was having not able to have the desired products, services and goods, Globalization and Trade are the two pillars of the modern world, which have turn the... Continue Reading →

Biography of Justice A. A. SAYED, J.

He was born on January 21, 1961, and graduated from Bombay University with a bachelor's degree in law in 1984. He served on the Central Government Panel of the Bombay High Court (Senior Counsel Group-I). He was also an Assistant Government Pleader on the Original Side of the Bombay High Court. On behalf of the... Continue Reading →

Biography of Justice B. P. Dharmadhikari

Judge Bhushan Pradyumna Dharmadhikari of the Bombay High Court in Nagpur was born on April 28, 1958, and holds the degrees of B.Sc. (Biology), Additional B.A. in English Literature, and LL.B. He graduated from Nagpur University, currently known as Rashtra Sant Tukdoji Maharaj University, with a B.Sc. degree in 1977 and a law degree in... Continue Reading →

Stock Market Indicies

"According to an official survey, 85 percent of the city's youth prefer soft drinks." This type of headline is not uncommon in newspapers. However, in a survey like this, researchers do not go around the city interviewing every single young person. It is not only prohibitively expensive, but also impossible. Instead, they employ a statistical... Continue Reading →

Salient Features of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Amendment of the Indian Constitution

The CONSTITUTION (SECOND AMENDMENT) BILL, 1952, which was enacted as the Constitution (Second Amendment) Act, 1952, included a Statement of Objects and Reasons. OBJECTIVES AND REASONS STATEMENT The House of People has an absolute ceiling of 500 elected members, according to Article 81(1)(a). According to Article 81(1)(b), the States shall be divided, grouped, or formed... Continue Reading →

What is uniform civil code? Does Uniform Civil Code promote gender justice and equality in India?

Introduction A uniform civil code is a set of rules that apply to everyone in the country, regardless of religion. It is envisioned as a Directive Principles of State Policy in Article 44 Part IV of the Indian Constitution (DPSP). According to Article 44, the state should strive to implement a common civil code for... Continue Reading →

Risk Management in Stock Market

Introduction Throughout history, risk has been an inextricable aspect of all sorts of trade and investment. Whether it was the chance of loss due to harvest failures, wars, or the loss of commercial ships, traders had to deal with risk in all of their interactions later on. As a result, they devised risk management strategies.... Continue Reading →

Debt Market Instruments

Introduction A debt instrument is a fixed-income asset that enables the lender (or giver) to earn a fixed interest rate in addition to receiving the principal, while the issuer (or taker) can use it to generate funds at a cost. Debt is a legal responsibility on the side of the issuer (or taker) to repay... Continue Reading →

SME Exchange

Introduction The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Issue Of Capital And Disclosure Requirements) Regulations define a "SME Exchange" as a trading platform of a recognized stock exchange or a dedicated exchange permitted by SEBI to list securities issued in accordance with Chapter XA of the SEBI (ICDR) Regulations, excluding the Main Board (which is... Continue Reading →

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