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NISM Series (II-A) RTA Corporate Certification Examination Pattern

NISM RTA Corporate Exam Pattern

NISM Series (II-A) RTA Corporate Certification Examination Pattern
Exam FeesRs. 1500 +
Test Duration2 Hours (120 Minutes)
Total Questions100 Questions
Maximum Marks100 marks
Passing Marks50% (50 Marks)
Negative Marking– 25% of the marks assigned to the question

NISM RTA Corporate Exam Syllabus Outline

UnitsChapter Name
Unit 1Introduction to Securities
Unit 2Characteristics of Equities
Unit 3Characteristics of Other Securities
Unit 4Characteristics of Debt Instruments
Unit 5Basics of Mutual Funds
Unit 6SEBI’s Role and Relevant Regulations
Unit 7Public Offer of Securities -Features
Unit 8Private Placement of Shares
Unit 9Public Offer of Securities -Processes
Unit 11Depository Services
Unit 12Process related to Depositories
Unit 13Investor Servicing Processes
Unit 14Role of stock exchanges and other participants in the secondary market

1 / 10

Debt capital has fixed maturity

2 / 10

The denomination in which equity capital is issued is called Face or Par Value

3 / 10

Equity capital gives returns from Dividends and Capital Appreciation for the investor.

4 / 10

Equity capital is for perpetuity from the point of view of the company.

5 / 10

The interest that a company will have to pay on the debt raised will depend upon its Default Risk.

6 / 10

The Authorised capital of the company can be raised if the company wants to increase the capital once it is fixed.

7 / 10

The paid‐up capital of a company can be higher than its issued capital.

8 / 10

Debt instruments are listed and traded on the secondary markets

9 / 10

Debt capital is always raised for short‐term periods.

10 / 10

Companies prefer equity capital because it is less expensive.

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