6 It is not clear as to how the objective of timely availability of the credit

6 it is not clear as to how the objective of timely

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6. It is not clear as to how the objective of timely availability of the credit to the small units will be achieved. The setting up of a special monitoring agency with no additional power of directing commercial banks to issue additional credit is of no help. 7. Regarding transfer of technology by the large units to the small units, it is doubtful whether the large units will ever like this to take place. 8. The policy do not make any mention of medium sector. 9. The policy is economically unviable and technically obsolete for small enterprises. It has still continued the cumbersome policy of registration of small units. CA Clues
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Page Number: 83 KALPESH CLASSES Prof. L.Muralidharan (Best in south) [email protected] C.A.FINAL – FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ALL THE BEST For any queries on Accounts or FM you can email to Prof. L.Muralidharan INTRODUCTION TO CAPITAL MAR MARKETSIN INDIA INCLUDING KETSIN INDIA INCLUDING DEPOSITORIES DEPOSITORIES An Overview Preliminery 1.RBI 2.SEBI Capital Markets Role Methods of raising finance pricing Primary Market/New Issue Market/IPO Market 1. First Issue by New Companies 2. First Issue by Existing Private Companies 3. Public Issue by Listed Companies – Guidelines for book-building 4. E-IPO Secondary Markets/Stock Markets/ Stock Exchange The organized Stockexchanges OTCEI Primary vs. Secondary Markets Functions Working of Stock Exchange 1. BSE 2. NSE Stock Exchanges Abroad 1. NYSE 2. NASDAQ 3. LSE Reforms in Stock Exchanges Depositories Chapter 4 CA Clues
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Page Number: 84 SREERAM COACHING POINT E-mail : [email protected] KALPESH CLASSES SREERAM COACHING POINT Sreeram coaching point and KALPESH CLASSES is one FAMILY. Introduction Depository System in India Functions Advantages Disadvantages NSDL CDSL DP – Features, Constituents, Legal Framework, Operation Procedure, Demat Rematerialisation Process Accounts with DP ° Checklist for Trading ° Checklist for Clearing and ° Checklist for Settlement of Dematerialised Securities Code of Ethics for Participants General Principles Operational Principles TEAM OF PROFESSORS AT KALPESH CLASSES PROF. KALPESH SANGHAVI (C.A.) PROF. L.MURALIDHARAN (C.A.) PROF. SOWMYNARAYANAN (C.A.) PROF. RAJAGOPALAN (C.A.) PROF. JAISON (C.A.) NOW LIVING WORKING TOGETHER. CA Clues
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Page Number: 85 KALPESH CLASSES Prof. L.Muralidharan (Best in south) [email protected] C.A.FINAL – FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ALL THE BEST For any queries on Accounts or FM you can email to Prof. L.Muralidharan I. PRELIMINARY: Indian financial markets consist of Capital Market, Money Market and the Debt Market. From the point of view of regulatory authorities, the organized part of the Indian financial system can be classified as- 1. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) – It regulates commercial banks, Foreign Exchange Markets, financial Institutions and primary dealers. Financial institutions consist of all India Institutions like IDBI, IFCI, ICICI, NABARD or sectoral financial institutions like EXIM, TFCIL etc., Primary Dealers are registered participants of the wholesale debt market and bid at
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