Today in this blog, we will discuss comparison of NSE unlisted shares with its only major competitor bombay Stock Exchange. Knowing the key difference between NSE and BSE is very crucial to understand whether you should buy NSE unlisted shares or not. Here we will discuss that how is NSE different from BSE in terms of product offerings, revenue, market cap ,dividend structure ,valuation on the basis of various ratio ,management ,past performances and all the crucial factors.

 It is also important to discuss whether investing in NSE UNLISTED shares that is before the IPO of the company is a good option in comparison to BSE which is a listed company.


NSE is one of the world’s largest exchanges and was the first exchange in India to implement electronic or screen-based trading which began its operations in 1994. NSE operates a market ecosystem to bring in transparency & efficiency.

NSE’s robust state-of-the-art technology platform offers high levels of robustness, safety and resilience for trading and investment opportunities across all asset classes and for all categories of investors.

The products on the Exchange are organized into 3 asset classes for trading:  Capital market for the listing and trading of equities, fixed income securities and the derivatives market. 

Equity and equity-linked products available for trading in the cash market include stocks, IDRs, ETFs (including those benchmarked the NIFTY indices) and units of closed-ended mutual fund schemes, as well as a segment devoted to the growth of the SME’s listed on EMERGE. 

Under the Derivatives segment, NSE offers derivative contracts on Equity, Indices, Currency, Interest Rates and Commodities.

The fixed income securities and Debt products include Negotiated Trade Reporting in Government securities, Corporate Bonds, Sovereign Gold Bonds and other debt securities traded on multiple platforms


NSE is World’s Largest Derivative Exchange in terms of contracts traded.



Established in 1875, BSE (formerly known as Bombay Stock Exchange), is Asia’s first & the Fastest Stock Exchange in world with the speed of 6 micro seconds and one of India’s leading exchange groups. Over the past 143 years, BSE has facilitated the growth of the Indian corporate sector by providing it an efficient capital-raising platform. Popularly known as BSE, the bourse was established as ‘The Native Share & Stock Brokers’ Association’ in 1875. In 2017 BSE become the 1st listed stock exchange of India.

Let’s now have a overview on the fundamentals of both the companies:

The revenue of the NSE Unlisted shares has grown mutlifolds over the past few years that is it grew from Rs 6200 Cr in FY21 to Rs 9499 Cr in FY22 to Rs 1158 Cr in FY23.’

The profit of the company also grew at the same pace i.e. from Rs 3573 Cr in FY 21 to Rs 5198 Cr in FY22 to Rs 7356 Cr in FY 23. which shows company is fundamentally strong and is making good position in the market.


Valuation Comparision:

As of December 2023, PE ratio of BSE is 50 while PE Ratio of NSE at price of Rs 3700 is 24 approx. Despite being having better position than BSE and monopoly position in derivatives, NSE is trading at lower PE Ratio than BSE. Ideally, NSE Unlisted shares have better potential and shall be traded at better PE Ratio than BSE. 



1) Is it good to buy NSE Unlisted shares?

It totally depends on the investor however, one should buy NSE Unlisted shares only through reliable intermediary who is expert in unlisted shares trading like Bharat Invest

2) What is NSE Unlisted Share Price today?

As of 25 Decmeber 2023, NSE Unlisted Share Price is Rs 3800 Per share with a face value of Rs 1. However these price keep on changing. You can check latest price of NSE shares at bharat invest.

3) Who is owner of NSE?

Various group of domestic and global financial institutions, public and privately owned entities and individuals own NSE Unlisted shares

4)  How much divivdend did NSE Pay ?

NSE Unlisted Shares paid a total dividend of Rs 80 per share as per latest records.



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