Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)

It is Statutory Body constituted in accordance with the provisions of the Securities and Exchange Board of India Act, 1992.

Quasi-legislative, Quasi-judicial and Quasi-executive body

Members: Chairman+ 5 full time members +3 part time


  • The basic functions of the Securities and Exchange Board of India is to protect the interests of investors in securities and to promote and regulate the securities market.
  • It regulates credit rating agencies
  • Register and regulates mutual funds
  • Anchor investors
  • By Securities Laws (Amendment) Act, 2014, SEBI is now able to regulate any money pooling scheme worth Rs. 100 cr. or more and attach assets in cases of non-compliance.

Some of the Financial entities regulated by SEBI:

  • Investment Banks/ Merchant banks
  • Capital Markets
  • Stock Brokers
  • Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)
  • Infrastructure Investment trusts (InvITs)
  • Stock Exchanges
  • Commodities Futures / Options
  • Alternative Investment Funds

Securities Appellate Tribunal

SAT has been constituted to protect the interest of entities that feel aggrieved by any of SEBI’s decision. SAT, consisting of a Presiding Officer and two other Members, has the same powers as vested in a civil court. Further, if any person feels aggrieved by SAT’s decision or order can appeal to the Supreme Court.SAT also hears appeals against decisions of PFRDA and IRDAI.

Prelims 360+Mentorship Course

  1. GS 360 - Complete coverage cum revision of GS Prelims subjects
  2. CSAT 360 - Complete coverage cum revision of CSAT for Prelims
  3. Prelims Test Series - GS (16 tests ) + CSAT (5 tests)
  4. Current affairs coverage through weekly sessions
  5. One to one mentorship
  6. Weekly doubts day access!
  7. Daily Practice Questions (DPQs) based on the lecture taught.

Note - admissions are on first come basis.. We have limited seats remaining in current batch!

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