Executive Record Sheet
Mr. Shinde Ashish Ashok
Date of Birth : 15 Oct 1986
Gender : Male
Date of Entry into Service : 22 Aug 2013
Date of Superannuation : 31 Oct 2046
Mother Tongue : --Not Set--
Languages known : --Not Set--
Mode of Recruitment : Direct Recruitment
Present Grade : JTS
Date of entry into present Grade : 2 Sep 2013
Present Posting : SEBI
Present Designation : Assistant Director
Nature of post : Deputation
Domicile State : Maharashtra
Place of domicile : --Not Set--
period of expiry of deputation
29 Sep 2017


Educational Qualifications
Degree University/Institution Subject/Subject of specialization Year of passing/completion Achievements
Graduation University of Mumbai Economics 2007
Post-Graduation University of Mumbai Economics 2009
M. Phil
Post Doctoral


Whether Study leave has been availed by the Officer : No


Details of Posting in IES
Grade Designation Place of Posting Brief description of duties Date Total Time
JTS Assistant Director Forward Market Commission looking after market policy for commodity futures market. also looking after vigilance and enforcement division which pertains to investigation against brokers, complaints against trading members and forensic audit of exchanges and brokers 8 Dec 2014 - 03 Oct 2017
Till Date
9 Months, 20 Days Cadre
JTS Assistant Director Securities and Exchange Board of India looking after Investigations department pertaining to commodities futures market as well as securities market 29 Sep 2015 - 03 Oct 2017
Till Date
Other Deputation


Personal/Study Leave (if any) :



Details of In Service training (Both Domestic and Foreign whether debarred from foreign training, if so, the details thereof) attended by the officer sponsored by the cadre.

Year Name of the training course Name of Institute Venue Period of Training
(in weeks)
2013 Financial Management Government Accounting National Institute of Financial Management, Faridabad Faridabad 1
0 Core Issues related to Agricultural Sector National Centre for Agricultural Economics and Policy NCAP New Delhi New Delhi 1
0 Working of Parliament Bureau of Parliamentary Studies and Training BPST New Delhi 1
0 Induction level Training covering Microeconomics Macroeconomics Public Economics and Quantitative Techniques Institute of Economic Growth, New Delhi New Delhi 18
0 Fiscal Policy Issues Public Debt GST Fiscal Federalism Centre State relations Gender Budgeting National Institute of Public Finance Policy New Delhi New Delhi 1
0 Secretarial procedures and practices, Filing, Noting, New Pension Scheme, Leave Rules Institute of Secretariat Training and Management, New Delhi New Delhi 1
0 Functioning o PSU and field visits Process Finance Material Management Procurement e initiatives etc Bhillai Steel Plant, Chattisgarh Raipur 1
0 Capital markets, Future Trading, Commodity Market, visit to NSE, NSDL and MCX, insight into Financial Market, Government Securities etc. Indian Institute of Capital Markets, Vashi, Mumbai Mumbai 2
0 MDP on Public Policy Time and Stress management Team Building Customer Satisfaction Citizens as customers of Government Effective Leadership Motivation Negotiation Skills Indian Institute of Management IIM Ahmedabad Ahmedabad 2
0 Rural Financing and Banking , Role of NABARD and RBI in Financing. Bankers Institute of Rural Development BIRD Lucknow 1
0 Infrastructure issues including regulation Road Airport Shipping PPP Coastal Regulation Fixation of Tariffs visit to Chennai Port Trust Indian Maritime University IMU Chennai Chennai 1
0 Econometric Modeling Practical use of Econometric Modeling Institute of Economic Growth, New Delhi New Delhi 2
0 Country Specialization India and its Neighbouring Countries with special focus on Economics Financial relations with ASEAN SAARC Institute of Economic Growth, New Delhi New Delhi 1
0 Project Evaluation with Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab JPAL Team Monitoring and Evaluation Institute of Economic Growth, New Delhi New Delhi 2
0 International and National Economic Political Laws Competition Law RTI and Rule of Law. National Law School of India University, Bangalore Bangalore 1

Details of Training Programme attended by the officer sponsored by the Ministry/Department in which they were posted

Year Name of the training course Name of Institute Venue Period of Training
(in weeks)
2014 Programme on Regulatory Economics nstitute of Economic Growth, New Delhi New Delhi 1
2014 Lessons from Singapore Model of Development for the Indian Economy Civil service College, Singapore Singapore 2
2015 Workshop on Commodities Market NISM, SEBI Mumbai 1
2015 Basic course on Stock Markets Bombay Stock Exchange Mumbai 1
2015 Basic Program on Derivatives Bombay Stock Exchange Mumbai 1
2015 Advanced Program on Derivatives Bombay Stock Exchange Mumbai 1


Any specific area or subject where the officer would prefer to be trained, for current assignment and for long term career progression.

Training for Current assignment :
Training for Long term Career Progression :


Publication & Awards

Please mention contributions, if any, like publication of articles in journals/ publication of books/paper presentations in seminars or workshops or conferences by the officer during the tenure in IES.

Nature of Activity Name Topic Description Year of publication
Article in Journal/Newspapers Arthniti (ISSN NO 2277-1344) An analysis of open economy through the ISLM model 2012


Area of specialization of the officer Grade No. of years of specialization gained
Economic Regulation JTS 2 Years
Capital Markets JTS 2 Years


Specific area of interest/field of work where the officer would prefer to be placed.
Economic Regulation, Financial Markets, Capital Markets

Subject/Area or topic preferred by the officer to deliver a lecture, whenever required.
Financial Markets, Trade, Public Finance, Capital Markets



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This profile was last updated on: 3rd Oct 2017


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