Meanwhile, the S&P BSE Sensex advanced 13.91 points or 0.05% to settle at 28,240.52.
Shares of BSE made a debut at Rs 1,085 on NSE, a premium of 34.61% compared with offer price of Rs 806. The stock had hit a high of Rs 1,200 and a low of Rs 1,065.10 in intraday trade. On the NSE, 1.57 crore shares were traded on the counter.
This is the first-ever listing of a stock exchange in India. As per the securities regulator directive, a stock exchange cannot list on its own bourse, hence shares of BSE got listed on NSE.
The initial public offer (IPO) of BSE had received solid response from investors. The IPO had received bids for 55.3 crore shares compared to 1.07 crore shares on offer, as per the NSE data. The IPO was subscribed 51.22 times. The issue had opened for bidding on 23 January 2017 and closed on 25 January 2017.
The objects of the offer for sale was to achieve the benefits of listing the equity shares on the NSE to enhance its visibility and brand image and provide liquidity to its existing Shareholders.
BSE's consolidated net profit rose 62.46% to Rs 128.17 crore on 26.63% rise in net sales to Rs 241.56 crore in the six months ended 30 September 2016 over six months ended 30 September 2015.
BSE owns and operates the BSE exchange platform (formerly the Bombay Stock Exchange), the first stock exchange in Asia, formed on 9 July 1875.
At the end of October 2016, BSE was the world's largest exchange by number of listed companies, with more than 5,000 listed companies, and India's largest and the world's 11th largest exchange by market capitalization, with $1.7 trillion in total market capitalization of listed companies.