Angel Broking

Topics: Stock exchange, Stock market, Stock exchanges in India Pages: 40 (9228 words) Published: May 4, 2013
This Internship Project Report will help the reader to gain the insights of the practical knowledge and practices carried out by the Organization with special reference to Angel Broking Ltd.

In this Internship Report, an attempt is made to understand the working of an organization as a whole with the co-ordination of all the functional departments.

The main objective of this Internship Project is to study the functional overview, Organizational Structure, Marketing strategies, core competence of an Organization and to perform SWOT analysis of the company under study.

This report is made based on the information provided by the official staff; however the study could not gather information from the consumers, other dealers & other stakeholders. The study was carried out within a very short span of time i.e. 4 Weeks.

The main motive to undertake this Internship study was the growing Capital Market potential and lots of opportunities lying in the Market, as there is a lot of awareness being spread in the minds of a general Indian citizen. Because of the opportunities available, many more Stock Brokers are coming into picture for last 3 to 4 years.

Organizational Functioning is an important factor for any organization to achieve the desired goals and objectives. This requires co-ordination at all levels to ensure smooth functioning.

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    To understand the organization structure (Hierarchy) of the company To understand the working procedure of different departments To understand the various responsibilities given in each department To enable myself to gain an insight into corporate world

   By doing this internship, it proved to be the good opportunity to understand about the capital markets of India. The intensive training to understand the Equity Markets was given by their Advisors, Managerial staff. This Internship Program allowed to interact with some Industry people also, this proved very helpful and informative to me. SCHEME OF CHAPTERS : This table shows the list and guideline of the chapters consisting in this Project Report, which will help in going through the report.

Tab. 1.i. Scheme of Chapters
Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Chapter Name Introduction Industry Profile Company Profile Organizational Structure ( Hierarchy ) Departmental Study SWOT Analysis Findings, Suggestions and Conclusion

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HISTORY OF INDIAN CAPITAL MARKET : As Angel Broking Ltd. is the part of Equity Broking Industry of India, but without the development of the capital market, however the emergence of Broking Industry would not have been possible without the existence of the Capital Market in India. So, it is very important to understand the profile of Indian Capital Market.

The history of Indian capital market back to the 18th century when east India company securities were traded in the country. Until the end of the 19th century, Securities trading were unorganized and the main trading centers were Bombay and Calcutta. Of them too Bombay was the chief trading center and the bank shares were the major trading stocks.

Trading was at that time limited to a dozen brokers their trading place was under a banyan tree in front of the Town hall Bombay. These stock brokers organized an informal association in 1875native shares and stock broker‟s association Bombay. The stock exchanges in Calcutta and Ahmedabad also have trading center came up later. The Bombay stock exchange was recognized in May 1927 under the Bombay securities contract control act 1925.

The capital market was not well organized and develops during the British rule because the British government was not interested in the economic growth of the country. As a result many foreign companies depended on the London capital market for funds rather than on the Indian Capital Market....

Bibliography: :
BOOKS :     K. Ashwathappa, Human Resource and Personnel Management, Fourth Edition, 2005, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi Chunavala & Patel, Production and Operations Management, Fifth Edition, 2003, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai Philip Kotler, Marketing Management, Eleventh Edition, 2002, Prentice-Hall of India, New Delhi Telsang Martand, Industrial Engineering and Production Management, Second Edition, 2002, S. Chand & Co. Ltd., New Delhi Articles :  D. Aruna Kumar Assistant Professor (Finance & Accounting Area) Lokamanya Tilak P G College of Management Ibrahimpatnam, Hyderabad-501 506 E-mail:
Physical Papers : 
Angel Broking Ltd. Brochures and Pamphlets given by Trainers
WEBSITES :    
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