Indian Stock Exchanges

What is Indian Stock Exchanges.?

India does not have any national stock exchange – however, it has a number of small and large stock exchanges including the ones at Mumbai (Bombay Stock Exchange or BSE), Calcuta, Delhi and Chennai. The number of members in these stock exchanges stand at: 555, 650, 168 and 124 respectively.
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In addition to these four, there are also a number of other smaller stock exchanges spread throughout the country, including (in random order):

Cochin (476), Kanpur (445), Ahmedabad (299), Bangalore (123), Hyderabad (85), Indore (108), Pune (69), Ludhiana (220), Guwahati (180), Saurashtra (300), Mangalore (68), Magadh at Patna(189), Jaipur (500), Bhubaneswar (21)and Vadodara, Surat, Rajkot, Coimbatore and Meerut. Please note that the numbers mentioned in the description are subject to change.

Edited and Updated 15th February 2014

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