2ACKNOWLEDGEMENTWe take this opportunity to express my deep sense of gratitude to all our friends who helped and guide me to complete this project successfully. I am highly grateful and indebted to our Business Environment Subject Professor Mrs. Suniti Nagpurkarfor her excellent and expert guidance in helping us in completion of project report. Ronak MalooSaalihah PatelApoorva Rane Shreshta Singrodia
3PREFACEThe successful completion of this project was a unique experience for us because by visiting many websites and databases, We achieved a better knowledge about thisproject. The experience which we gained by doing this project was essential we came to know about many new terms and the working of Capital Market and specifically in the Healthcare Sector at this turning point of my carrier.This project is being submitted which contains overview of the project under taken by us. The project is on the topic Overview of Capital market in Healthcare
4INDEXS.no Particulars Page No.1Introduction to Indian Financial Structure5 2........Introduction to Indian Capital Market.83Regulator for Capital Market in India. 194History of Indian Capital Market...255Stock or Equity Market276.....Bombay Stock Exchange..297.National Stock Exchange of India348.Overview of S&P BSE Sensex Indice in Connection to Healthcare389.Contribution of Healthcare Sector in S&P BSE Sensex Indice4010...Current Scenario of Pharma Companies listed in S&P BSE SENSEX Indice..4111...S&P BSE Healthcare Indice : How it came into Scenario4312...What is S&P BSE Healthcare Indice and What is the current Scenario4513NSE : NIFTY 50 Indice4714....NSE : NIFTY Pharma Indice5215Conclusion55
5Introduction to Indian Financial Structure:vDefination of Financial Structure :∑A financial system (within the scope of finance) is a system that allows the exchangeof funds between lenders, investors, and borrowers.Financial systems operate at national, global, and firm-specific levels.They consist of complex, closely related services, markets, and institutions used to provide an efficient and regular linkage between investors and depositors.∑Money, credit, and finance are used as media of exchange in financial systems. They serve as a medium of known value for which goods and services can be exchanged as an alternative to bartering. A modern financial system may include banks (operated by the government or private sector), financial markets, financial instruments, and financial services. Financial systems allow funds to be allocated, invested, or moved between economic sectors. They enable individuals and companies to share the associated risks.