Indian IPO

Topics: Stock market, Stock exchange, Initial public offering Pages: 34 (8822 words) Published: December 8, 2013



Mrs.Smita Atindra Kannaujiya
Faruque syed
Sushant Marathe


“No man is indispensable but there are certain mortal without whom the quality work suffers their guidance becomes important in acquiring quality results”.

We are immense grateful to our subject teacher MRS. SMITA V. KUMAR who has given us this opportunity to prepare this project and provided their invaluable guidance. We are also grateful to my company guide MR. RAJENDRA SHAH who has provided all the necessary information required to prepare this report.


Executive Summary ----------------------------------------------------- 3

Introduction ----------------------------------------------------------------- 4

What Is An IPO ---------------------------------------------------------------- 5

Why Go Public ----------------------------------------------------------------- 8

Getting In An IPO ----------------------------------------------------------- 9

IPO  Advantages & Disadvantages ---------------------- 11

Parameters To Judge An IPO ----------------------------------- 14

Understanding The Role Of Intermediaries -- 16

Registration Process ----------------------------------------------- 18

IPO Scams ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 19

Salient Features Of IPO Scams ------------------------------ 26

Operational Deficiencies --------------------------------------- 27

Measures To Prevent Scams ---------------------------------- 28

IPO which boom in 2010 -------------------------------------------- 29

IPO which fails in 2008 ---------------------------------------------32

DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS --------------------------- 34

Bibliography --------------------------------------------------------------- 37


As we all know IPO – INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING is the hottest topic in the current industry, mainly because of India being a developing country and lot of growth in various sectors which leads a country to ultimate success. And when we talk about country’s growth which is dependent on the kind of work and how much importance to which sector is given. And when we say or talk about industries growth which leads the economy of country has to be balanced and given proper finance so as to reach the levels to fulfill the needs of the society. And industries which have massive outflow of work and a big portfolio then its very difficult for any company to work with limited finance and this is where IPO plays an important role.

This report talks about how IPO helps in raising fund for the companies going public, what are its pros and cons, and also it gives us detailed idea why companies go public. How and what are the steps taken by the companies before going for any IPO and also the role of (SEBI) Securities and Exchange Board of India the BSE and NSE , what are primary and secondary markets and also the important terms related to IPO. It gives us idea of how IPO is driven in the market and what are various factors taken into consideration before going for an IPO. And it also tells us how we can more or less judge a good IPO. Then we all know that scams have always been a part of any sector you go in for which are covered in it and also few recommendations are given for the same. It also gives us some idea about what are the expenses that a company undertakes during an IPO.

IPO has been one of the most important generators of funds for the small companies making them big and given a new vision in past and it is still continuing its work and also for many coming years.


IPO stands for Initial Public Offering and means the new offer of shares...

Bibliography: Internet
Stock Exchanges Investment and Derivatives  Raghunathan & Prabina
Share Market Book  By Tarun Shah
IPO Decision  By Jason Draho
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