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. “COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS OF PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT SERVICES BY BROKRAGE FIRMS” . . . . Submitted By: Hitendra Choudhary IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT FOR THE AWARD OF PG DEGREE OF Master of Business Administration 2006-2008 Department of Management Studies Malaviya National Institute of Technology (Deemed University) Malaviya Nagar, Jaipur                                                                                                                                                                                                  . . . ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This project has given me immense insights about the practical aspect of Share broking industry and it’s working. I got to learn a lot about the online broking and the way they handle their clients and projects. This project also helped me to improve my report making skills and the true meaning of Broking. . At the outset, I would like to thank India Infoline Ltd. for giving me the opportunity to work on this project, in an environment which was stimulating and charged with the excitement to do some thing productive. . I would like to express my sincere gratitude to Mr Priyesh Singhvi (AVP) and Saransh Jain (Sales Manger), my mentor for his valuable inputs and support through out the project. . Further I express sincere thanks to Mr. Kadam Shah ( Regional Manager) and Mr. Avdesh Bharadwaj (HOD, DMS, MNIT) for their valuable guidance & constant encouragement which inspired me to complete this project successfully. Lastly, I would like to thank all my colleagues in the Office who assisted me day in and day out and made me feel like one of them. It was truly a delightful experience working with all of them. . VIJAY SHARMA S.S.G.PAREEK INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES, JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN.                                                                                                                                . . . . . TABLE OF CONTENTS . . 1.ABSTARCT 4 2.INDIAN STOCK MARKET 5 3.IMPORTANCE OF STOCK MARKET 6 4.DYNAMICS OF BROKING INDUSTRY 7-8 5.COMPANY PROFILE – INDIA INFOLINE 9-24 6.PROJECT REPORT 25-55 7.REFERENCE 56 1.INTRODUCTION 26-27 2.LITERATURE REVIEW 28-35 3.RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 36 4.RECOMMENDATION 37 5.CONCLUSION 42 6.ANNEXURE 44-55 a.Transcripts of interviews b.Questionnaire . . . . . . . . ABSTRACT “Investing is simple but not easy.” . India, the World’s largest democracy, is opening up to the global competition with the advent of liberalization. It has the largest middle-class population in the world having substantial purchasing and investing power. So far in India, most of the middle class earners have been risk-averse and therefore park most of their savings in Fixed Deposits and Other Savings Accounts, though the yield from such investment avenues is very low. However, the…

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