The Indian economy is one of the world’s fastest growing economies in the world today and is expected to become a US$ 5 trillion economy by 2020. Driven by rising personal incomes, corporate restructuring, deregulation and liberalization of financial markets, the Indian financial industry is expected to enjoy robust growth during the coming years. With a sustained growth and rapid development in technology and infrastructure, an increasing share of financial services would get centralized. The last decade has seen unprecedented growth in India’s financial services sector. It employs over 3 million people, constitutes about 5% of the GDP and has an estimated market capitalization of over US$ 200 billion. The School of finance at Naipunnya Business School consider the changing needs and the future requirements of the financial industry to equip the graduates with the most contemporary skills and knowledge required to capitalize forthcoming opportunities in the financial market capable of occupying positions of responsibility in stock exchanges, commodity exchanges, regulatory bodies, market intermediaries, banks, mutual funds, asset management companies and other similar entities.
School of Finance creates a simulated environment with the help of the following activities to help students to horne their financial concepts