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MANUU Students at Bombay Stock Exchange


Fortyfour Post Graduate students of Commerce and Business Management of the reputed Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), Hyderabad, performed ringing of the bell at Bombay Stock Exchange this morning, to mark the beginning of the trade, in the presence of Ashish Kumar Chauhan, Managing Director and CEO (BSE) and Zafar Yunus Sareshwala, the Chancellor of MANUU.
During the interactive session with the students, Ashish Kumar Chauhan said that India currently is the Best Performing Market and that BSE is world’s number one Stock Exchange with around 5400 companies trading. He advised the students that they should carefully study a Company and the stock before investing or trading and not to depend on market tips.
Zafar Yunus Sareshwala said that after assuming the charge of the Chancellor of MANUU a year ago, he had initiated this unique move to enable the young students of Commerce and Business Management to understand the working of banking, financial institutions, capital markets and industry houses. He further said taleem (education) and exposure is the key to success.
“I have been endeavoring to establish a link between MANUU and the corporate world. A Memo of Understanding between some of the well-known companies has been signed for offering training, skill development and finally employability of MANUU’s students. I am happy that the response from the corporate houses has been encouraging who offered placements to 187 students of our University”, Sareshwala added.
These students are on a four day Study Tour in Mumbai, and will also visit the respective offices of Reserve Bank of India, Exim Bank, Reliance Industry and Valuable Group to gain first-hand knowledge of their working. (NSS)

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