PERFORMANCE AND REGULATION OF MUTUAL FUND IN INDIA

Deepak Jain 2010MBA008

They invest the money across a range of financial instruments falling into two broad categories – equity and debt. invest them on their behalf with predetermined investment objectives and manage the same all for a fee. . Individual people and institutions no doubt.individuals or institutions by issuing 'units'.INTRODUCTION Mutual funds are institutions that collect money from several sources . can and do invest in equity and debt instruments by themselves but this requires time and skill on both of which there are constraints.

exit load. associated with the mutual funds. growth and future prospects. income. The project study was done to ascertain the asset allocation. .PROBLEM & NEED The main purpose of doing this project was to know about mutual fund and its functioning. Ultimately this would help in understanding the benefits of mutual funds to investors. This helps to know in details about mutual fund industry right from its inception stage. entry load. It also helps in understanding different schemes of mutual funds. balance as well as the returns associated with those schemes. Because my study depends upon prominent funds in India and their schemes like equity.

both from the public and Ramesh Chander “Performance Appraisal of Mutual Funds in India. prompt service and adequate information.LITERATURE REVIEW • Gupta Amitabh (2001) evaluated the performance of 73 selected schemes with different investment objectives. Investors in mutual funds expected repurchase facility. Jaspal and Subhash Chander (2003) identified that past record and growth prospects influenced the choice of scheme. . • Singh.

the growth in size and its impact on performance in different market conditions. Ho2 There is a persistent relationship between portfolio turnover and fund performance.OBJECTIVE & HYPOTHESIS • To examine new trends in the mutual fund industry. Ho1 Growth in size of mutual fund industry makes an impact on performance of mutual fund in different market conditions. Specifically. • To find out is there any relationship between fund performance and portfolio turnover. .

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY • RESEARCH DESIGN: My research design on the basis of the data is descriptive report I have collect the data from various resources. . • SAMPLING TECHNIQUES: • SAMPLE SIZE: 10 Industry • DATA COLLECTION: Secondary data • STEPS/STATISTICAL TECHNIQUE FOR DATA ANALYSIS: As my report is based on secondary data therefore I will disclose the statistical techniques and method in my dissertation report.

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