1)    Entry Norms :-
SEBI has issued various guidelines for tightening the entry norms for companies accessing capital market.
   2)    Norms For Share Transfer :-
SEBI has tightened the norms for transfer of shares among group companies and takeover of companies.
3)    Penal Margins :-
SEBI has introduced imposition of penal margin on net undelivered portion at the end of settlement.
4)    Screen Based Trading :-
SEBI allowed stock exchanges to expand their online screen based trading terminals to-locations outside their jurisdiction subject to conditions.
5)    Intermediaries :-
SEBI registers and regulates the working of stock brokers, sub-brokers, share transfer agents, trustee of trust funds, registrars to an issue, merchant banks, underwriters and other intermediaries who may be associated with securities market.
6)   Prohibition Of Fraudulent And Unfair Practices :-
SEBI regulates prohibition of Fraudulent and unfair trade practices which have imposed prohibition against market manipulators and unfair practices relating to securities.
    7)    Steps To Improve Corporate Governance :-
Sufficient disclosures are made mandatory for companies at the stage of public issue. Listed companies are required to make disclosures on continuing basis on dividend, bonus etc.
    8)    Comprehensive Risk Management And Improvement In Disclosure :-
In July 2002, SEB| set up a system EDIFAR (Electronic Data Information Filing And Retrieval) through which firms would electronically file mandatory disclosures to SEBI and these documents would be available to individuals across the country over the Internet, with a near-zero delay.
    9)    Raising Funds From Abroad :-
Indian companies are allowed to raise funds from abroad, through American / Global Depository Receipts, Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds.and External Commercial Borrowings.
    10)      Norms For Custodian Of Securities And Depositories :-
SEBI notified two regulations namely, Custodian of Securities Regulation, and Depositories and Participant Regulations.