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“RISK RETURN ANALYSIS AND COMPARATIVE
STUDY OF MUTUAL FUNDS”
FOR HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

A Report on Project work In MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA) By Somesh Behere

GUIDED BY: BY: PROF.GARGI NAIDU HOD ACADEMICS VIM BHOPAL

SUBMITTED

SOMESH BEHERE MBA IV Semester BHOPAL

VIDYASAGAR INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT BARKATULLAH UNIVERSITY BHOPAL(M.P.) SESSION (2008-2010)

BONOFIDE CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that the Report on Project Work titled “RISK RETURN ANALYSIS AND COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MUTUAL FUNDS” for HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd. is a bonafide record of the work done by

Somesh Behere

studying in Master of Business Administration in Vidhyasagar Institute of Management ,Bhopal during the year 2008-10.

Project Viva-Voce held on.....................

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The performance evaluation of mutual fund is a vital matter of concern to the fund managers, investors, and researchers alike. The core competence of the company is to meet objectives and the needs of the investors and to provide optimum return for their risk. This study tries to find out the risk and return allied with the mutual funds. This project paper is segmented into three sections to explore the link between conventional subjective and statistical approach of Mutual Fund analysis. To start with, the first section deals with the introductory part of the paper by giving an overview of the Mutual fund industry and company profile. This section also talks about the theory of portfolio analysis and the different measures of risk and return used for the comparison. The second section details on the need, objective, and the limitations of the study. It also discusses about the sources and the period for the data collection. It also deals with the data interpretation and analysis part wherein all the key measures related to risk and return are done with the interpretation of the results. In the third...