What Is NSE & BSE? Difference Between Nifty And Sensex

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What Is NSE & BSE? Difference Between Nifty And Sensex?

Hello, Friends Today our topic is NSE & BSE, the difference Between Nifty And Sensex.

You have heard the names Sensex and Nifty on TV or in the newspapers, along with Bank Nifty from another name.

 So what are Sensex and Nifty?

 How  Sensex and Nifty works?

 What is SEBI?

 Nse & Bse, Index List everything I will discuss in this article.


The first fall I am telling you about SEBI.

SEBI – Securities and Exchange Board of India.

SEBI is the controller of the Indian Stock market. If you went to the vegetable market.

  There are many shops in the market and there is a specific committee office in that market, that office decides where a vegetable grower will sit, how long he will sit, that is, all the rules and regulations in that market are done by that committee. In the same way, SEBI sets the HEADQUARTER of the stock market, all the rules of the Stock Market are set by SEBI.

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What is Nse & Bse

There are two stock market exchanges in India.

NSE – national stock exchange.
Bse – Bombay stock exchange.


When a company registers with SEBI. These two exchanges are then merged with the company.

When you buy a share, you will be asked if you want to buy shares from NSE or Bse.

There are more than 5000 companies registered in NSE.

There are 50 companies that control the stock market, these 50 companies are called Nifty 50.

Market cap         US$2.27 trillion (April 2018)[1]

Volume     ₹28,692 billion (US$400 billion) (June 2014)

Indices-  NIFTY 50, NIFTY Next 50, NIFTY 500

Website-  www.nseindia.com

Actually Nifty is the index of the National stock market ( NSE)


National stock market ( NSE)


Bse – Bombay Stock Exchange.

There are more than 6000 companies registered in bse, but 30 companies of them are made up of Sensex.

In a word, the national stock exchange index is Nifty. The Bombay stock exchange index is Sensex. Nifty & Sensex fluctuate at the same time if prices are different.

Now the question is whether it is better to buy shares in BSE or not.

BSE- Bombay stock exchange is limited to Bombay only. If we can buy Bombay shares, but the number of buyers and sellers here is very low, which is why you buy any stock, if the number of buyers does not increase, then it will remain there all day.

People from all over India will be able to trade shares in the NSE. And there is no shortage of buyers and sellers.

The third is Bank Nifty, the source of money in the country is the bank.

India has about 250+ banks, of which 15-20 banks are associated with the stock market.

And all these bank indices are called – Bank Nifty.

You can trade on the Nifty and Bank Nifty index.


My Opinion

Nse Exchange is better than BSE Exchange because as a comparison

  • Nse volume & liquidity are too high, on that side BSE volume & liquidity are too low.
  • The Public’s Trust Ratio is high on NSE.
  • Due to low volume & liquidity stock movement is not normal.So my opinion is if you want to trade on any stock, choose NSE.


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Last Word

I hope you like my article What Is NSE & BSE? The difference Between Nifty And Sensex your knowledge has increased a lot. If I have made a mistake in this article or if you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment in the comments box and I will try to answer your question as soon as possible.

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