NEED FOR THE STUDY. Mutual funds are financial intermediaries concerned with mobilizing the savings of those who have surplus income and utilisation of those savings in those avenues where there is demand for funds. The main objective behind this market survey on mutual funds is to see the response of mutual fund distributors about mutual fund and comparative study will be done to analyse the performance of various mutual funds and rank them accordingly based on the returns and risk involved in it and suggest the best fund for investors combined with benefits of low risk steady or consistent returns , high liquidity and capital appreciation through diversification and expert management. OBJECTIVES OF STUDY o To study the nature and role of mutual funds in india o To investigate performance of different mutual fund schemes based on their returns and comparing them with other mutual funds schemes. o To make comparative analysis on performance of various mutual fund schemes, in specific Reliance funds and to rank them accordingly based on these results o To perform a market survey in order to extract distributors feedback and perception on mutual funds of various companies o To find suggest and conclude the facts of various Mutual fund performances with Reliance Mutual funds in specific
SCOPE The scope of the comparative study is combined to debt-medium term schemes followed by a market survey of the distribution houses for this purpose a questionnaire will be designed to take their feedback on mutual funds. For the purpose of the comparative study various open ended schemes of Reliance , Tata, HDFC are considered. LIMITATIONS o The comparative study will be conducted in few mutual funds o The project will be completed within a short period. o Due to corporate trade secrecy the information in not so exclusive.
SAMPLING Distributors for survey will be selected based on their willingness to cooperate in survey. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Research design or research methodology is the procedure of collecting, analyzing and interpreting the data to diagnose the problem and react to the opportunity in such a way where the costs can be minimized and the desired level of accuracy can be achieved to arrive at a particular conclusion. The methodology used in the study for the completion of the project and the fulfillment of the project objectives, is as follows: DATA COLLECTION In order to study the objectives mentioned, necessary primary and secondary data were collected. PRIMARY DATA Data is collected from the personnel discussions with employees of the company. SECONDARY DATA It is also collected from the books, journals, magazines, past records and all other types of published data and fact sheet, offer documents.
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