RIL's scrip shed 1.34 percent to an early low of Rs 973.20 on the Bombay Stock Exchange.
Similarly, profit-booking pulled down RIL's scrip by 1.43 percent to a low of Rs 972.60 on the National Stock Exchange.
The company had last week reported a 28.14 percent rise in third-quarter net profit to Rs 5,136 crore, which was below the expectations on Dalal Street.
As a result, investors' are booking profits and are applying a cautious approach toward the stock, according to market observers.
"The markets have been eagerly waiting for a big push from Reliance, but no major trigger was seen in the numbers. The bottomline was below expectations, gas ramp-up from the
KG-D6 field, which is their crown jewel, is also slow. All these factors have spoiled the investors' sentiment," SMC Capitals Strategist and Head of Research Jagannadham
In terms of volumes, over 17 lakh shares of the company were traded on the two bourses in morning trade.
"The numbers by RIL in this quarter were not very encouraging, hit by concerns of gas production from the KG-D6 field," an analyst said, on condition of anonymity.