About the Book
Indian financial system is complex and combination of inseparable components viz. regulatory bodies, financial markets, Instruments, financial institutions and Services. The objective of writing this book is to provide the readers a basic understanding of Indian financial systems, its components with a detailed focus on financial markets and instruments traded therein. This book can be useful for wide section of readers specially teachers and students of finance, commerce and management. The content of the book is class tested with the students of MBA of department of management of Sikkim University. This can also be useful guide for budding managers and the professionals in the field of finance by making them aware of the current organization, structure & regulations pertaining to various reforms initiated in the country and the instruments used in each category of financial markets with their regulatory environment in India. This book is mainly aimed at providing the understanding of reforms initiated in the financial system at various time periods along with the detailed exposure to financial markets and instruments. Besides, the readers will be able to develop the basic understanding of the concepts, terminology and working of the financial markets including foreign exchange market and commodity market.
About the Author
Dr. Krishna Murari (MBA, UGC NET(JRF) &PhD)is currently working as anAssociate Professor and Head of the Department of Management, Sikkim University (A Central University), Gangtok. He is an alumnus of Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. and actively engaged in teaching and research activities. Dr. Murari has published more than 30 research papers in the international and national journals of repute. He has more than 15 years of teaching experience at Doctoral & PG level in the university set up. Having his personal interest in research in social sciences, Dr. Murari has been invited as resource person at various places to deliver lectures on research methodology & data analysis using statistical softwares. His areas of interest include Corporate Finance, Financial System, Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, Statistical Analysis, Financial Econometrics and Banking.