Every year, Niveshak in partnership with ICICI organize StockMind, the national challenge of making the most amount of money on the live stock markets of India. Participants are granted access to the trading platform of ICICI which mimics an actual ICICI Direct trading account. Ten crore of start-up virtual cash and fourteen days are given to participants to make the most of the money. Go long or sell short, participants place their bets keeping in mind the current economic scenario and predicted news events.


This is a simulation of the real world stock market for the students in campus. Our participants act as traders who try and make money trading a set of stocks on a virtual platform built in-house. Prices move based on live trading on quantities traded with live news acting as externalities on the strategies adopted by the traders.


Our nationwide search for the smartest investor. The challenge is multi-staged which first begins with an online quiz and moves onto stock picks and research reports. Every year, the hunt is bigger and tougher keeping in line with latest market dynamics.


The Finance Club’s premier event wherein the students from different colleges are required to trade for different commodities on a common platform.


FinManch provides a perfect platform to showcase the students knowledge in the realm of finance. Knowledge cannot be bounded by any rules, hence we want to create an opportunity for the enthusiasts to present their views on the trending topics in the area of finance.


In pursuit of learning and sharing knowledge on investing and analysing the stock markets, making the best of market research tools available and getting substantial insights from the operations perspective, we organize a session on using the Bloomberg Terminal in collaboration with Bloomberg.

The session will throw light on the diverse uses of Bloomberg terminals in the different functional domains of management, covering Finance, Marketing and Operations. The Bloomberg Professional would elucidate the opportunities that the Bloomberg terminal will open up for a B School graduate and how it plays a crucial role in career progression for not only finance enthusiasts but for everyone pursuing management – seeking specialization across domains from marketing to consulting to operations.