National Stock Exchange or NSE.

National Stock Exchange(NSE)

National Stock Exchange (NSE) is an Indian stock exchange and the first demutualized
electronic exchange in the country to provide a modern, fully automated
screen-based electronic trading system,
located at  Exchange Plaza, C-1, Block G, Bandra Kurla
Complex, Bandra (E), Mumbai – 400 051
,  established in 1992. NSE is the *world’s 11th
largest stock exchange
 with an overall market
more than
$2.27 trillion as of April 2018 and the  number of listed companies are 2000+.


NSE Contacts :

Corporation address

Phones:            (022)
26598100 – 8114
Fax No:            (022) 26598120

NSE  Other Contacts :     View

NSE History

NSE was incorporated in 1992. It was recognized as a stock
exchange by SEBI in April 1993 and commenced operations in 1994 with the launch
of the wholesale debt market, followed shortly after by the launch of the cash
market segment.
NSE was set up by a group of leading Indian financial
institutions at the behest of the government of India to bring transparency to
the Indian capital market. Based on the recommendations laid out by the
government committee, NSE has been established with a diversified shareholding
comprising domestic and global investors.
The exchange was incorporated in 1992 as a tax-paying company
and was recognized as a stock exchange in 1993 under the Securities Contracts
(Regulation) Act, 1956, when P. V. Narasimha Rao was the Prime Minister of
India and Manmohan Singh was the Finance Minister.
NSE commenced operations in the Wholesale Debt Market (WDM) segment in June
1994. The capital market (equities) segment of the NSE commenced operations in
November 1994, while operations in the derivatives segment commenced in June

Other major stock exchanges world-wide:

1. New York Stock Exchange
at  New
york City, USA.

2. NASDAQ at New
york City, USA.

3. Japan Exchange Group
at Tokyo, Japan.


4. Shanghai Stock
at Shanghai, China.

5. Hong Kong Stock Exchange
at Hong Kong, China.

6. Euronext
Union (
Amsterdam, BrusselsDublin, Lisbon, Paris)

7. London Stock Exchange
at London, Milan, United Kingdom.

8. Shenzhen Stock Exchange
at Shenzhen, China.

9. TMX Group
at Toronto, Canada.

10. *Bombay Stock
Exchange (BSE)
Mumbai, India.

11. National Stock Exchange
of India
at Mumbai, India.

12. Deutsche Börse at Frankfurt,

13. SIX Swiss Exchange
Zurich, Switzerland.

14. Korea
at SeoulBusan, South Korea.

15. Nasdaq Nordic Exchanges at Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki,
Vilnius, Iceland, Armenia.
16. Australian
Securities Exchange
at Sydney, Australia.

Taiwan Stock Exchange at
Taipei, Taiwan.

18. B3 at São Paulo, Brazil.

19. JSE Limited at Johannesburg,
South Africa.

20. Bolsas y Mercados Españoles at
Madrid, Spain

NSE Indices

*Equity (Broad based)

NIFTY 50                                  ➨➨➨➨     View

NIFTY NEXT 50                     ➨➨➨➨    View

NIFTY 100                               ➨➨➨➨    View

NIFTY 200                               ➨➨➨➨    View

NIFTY 500                               ➨➨➨➨    View

NIFTY MIDCAP150              ➨➨➨➨    View

NIFTY MIDCAP 50               ➨➨➨➨    View

NIFTY MIDCAP 100             ➨➨➨➨    View

NIFTY SMALLCAP 250       ➨➨➨➨    View

NIFTY SMALLCAP 50        ➨➨➨➨    View

NIFTY SMALLCAP 100      ➨➨➨➨    View

NIFTY LARGE MIDCAP 250        ➨➨➨➨  View

NIFTY MID SMALLCAP 400       ➨➨➨➨  View

NSE Sectoral-Indices











NSE thematic-Indices          ➨➨➨➨   View

NSE Strategic-Indices         ➨➨➨➨   View

NSE Sectoral-Indices          ➨➨➨➨   View

*Fixed income



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NSE Academy

NSE Academy,
Subsidary of NSE,  promotes financial
literacy as a necessary life skill. NSE Academy’s initiatives, including
partnerships with state and national school boards and schools, interactive
courses on personal finance and certification programs, teach school children,
homemakers and other non-finance professionals the value of investing, provide
an introduction to the Indian capital markets and help to develop new market

NSE Certification Course


Short Term Courses

Online Live Courses

Online-Recorded Courses

Online Interactive Courses

NCFM Procedures

Prepare for Testing

NISM Certifications

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·          Joint


Graduate Programs

Certification Courses

Importance of Stock Exchange :

Stock market is an important part of the economy of a
country. The stock market plays a play a pivotal role in the growth of the
industry and commerce of the country that eventually affects the economy of the
country to a great extent. That is reason that the government, industry and
even the central banks of the country keep a close watch on the happenings of
the stock market. The stock market is important from both the industry’s point
of view as well as the investor’s point of view.
Whenever a company wants to raise funds for further expansion or
settling up a new business venture, they have to either take a loan from a
financial organization or they have to issue shares through the stock market.
In fact the stock market is the primary source for any company to raise funds
for business expansions. If a company wants to raise some capital for the
business it can issue shares of the company that is basically part ownership of
the company. To issue shares for the investors to invest in the stocks a
company needs to get listed to a stocks exchange and through the primary market
of the stock exchange they can issue the shares and get the funds for business
requirements. There are certain rules and regulations for getting listed at a
stock exchange and they need to fulfill some criteria to issue stocks and go
public. The stock market is primarily the place where these companies get
listed to issue the shares and raise the fund. In case of an already listed
public company, they issue more shares to the market for collecting more funds
for business expansion. For the companies which are going public for the first
time, they need to start with the Initial Public Offering or the 
In both the cases these companies have to go through the stock market.
This is the primary function of the stock exchange and
thus they play the most important role of supporting the growth of the industry
and commerce in the country. That is the reason that a rising stock market is
the sign of a developing industrial sector and a growing economy of the country

2 thoughts on “National Stock Exchange or NSE.”

  1. The Indian stock exchange saw a slump of 7.21 per cent with the Satyam mayhem. The top stock exchange losers were Satyam Computer Services, Reliance Communications, Jaiprakash Associates, Reliance Infrastructure, investment research


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