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Disaster Recovery Plan of the National Stock Exchange, Mumbai
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The NSE has decided to set up the Disaster Recovery (DS) Plan with the objective of providing an advanced arrangement in its system to avoid any form of change or interruption in the future.

The National Stock Exchange (NSE), Mumbai has faced frequent problems of power shortages, fires, floods and terrorism. Therefore, it has decided to open a secondary DR site at Chennai so that the workflow is not disrupted by any disaster. The DR Site is planned and executed by the NSE IT Limited and comprises of both business and IT staff to carry out functions during emergencies.

The DR site functions on the basis of a BCM program that can identify a minimum number of critical business processes and resources to maintain an acceptable level of business in the event of a disaster. The Disaster Recovery infrastructure aims to attract international investors, offer business continuity (BC) during a disaster and follow BC policies.

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