An economy, apart from everything else, is a highly fluid transmission mechanism. Its beauty lies in how the smallest of changes have the most complex trickle-down effects. A paradigmatic example of how seemingly minor policy changes can jump start the economy can be illustrated by examining the effects liberalization on capital market in India. The study is going to facilitate the organization in its service quality by knowing about the impact on Indian secondary market due to the fear factor of FIIs. This will help the organization a lot as it will give a clear view of how much it affects our market and the reflection of the Stock Market in the past few years due to FIIs. For the study purpose, I have taken NIFTY & SENSEX i.e. the National Stock Exchange (NSE) & Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) as benchmark Index in Indian Capital Market.