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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

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A private placement of shares is not regulated by SEBI or the Companies Act.

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Companies prefer private placement because it gives cost and time benefits

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The definition of a QIB depends upon the Company.

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A QIP of shares can be made only to QIBs.

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A Rights issue of shares is made to existing share holders.

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A QIP can be only made by a company that has been listed on a stock exchange for

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Privately placed shares are locked‐in for

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A private placement of shares by a listed company is called a Preferential allotment of shares.

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A firm allotment of shares has to be made at a price higher than the price of issue shares to the retail investor.

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An Offer for Sale is a method of issue of shares to the public where the money raised does not add to the equity of the company.

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