NSE industrial visit
Asia Pacific Institute of Management (AIM), New Delhi is very well known for graduating
management acumens by teaching them quality management education and giving them proper
exposure to both theoretical and practical exposure. In its practical exposure, it provides exposure to
top companies, and what else could be the better option for the PGDM BFS students than visiting
the National Stock Exchange (NSE) as part of their industrial visit.
Senior BFS professor Abhishek Maheshwari from Finance Club conducted this activity to promote
great financial learning among the students.
It was organized for its first-year students (PGDM-Gen + PGDM-BFS + MBA Healthcare + PGDM Nov
Batch), where they all got lifetime chance to visit the NSE (National Stock Exchange).
It was a very interactive session between the NSE trainer and our students. The NSE trainer
discussed briefly on the following topics and answered the queries of the students:
Pre Liberalisation Era before 1991 with reference to the share market
Post liberalization Era after 1991 with reference to the share market
Objectives of setting up of NSE
Functioning of NSE
Different types of Investment Alternatives
The trading mechanism at the Stock Exchange
Different types of orders placed at the Stock Exchange
Introduction about NCFM certification and so on.
Students were delighted by the session, and they all actively participated in the question-answer
round. They all learned a lot of things about the investment alternatives, equity, shares and
debentures, and how the stock exchanges work. This visit to NSE will help them to understand the
finance subject in a better way.