Who Should Prepare NISM Depository Operation Certification Examination?
NISM Series VI is also known as NISM Depository Operation Certification Examination. As Depository Operation is a huge task. Like other NISM modules, this series covers all the relevant aspects of Depository Operation in brief.
A must course for those who work in depositories like NSDL and CDSL in India. Currently , there are two main depositories available in India, this course covers all the topics related to it.
The Depository Participants of NSDL and CDSL has formed Depository Participants Association of India (DPAI). In 1995 Government of India promulgated Depositories Ordinance Act which later on became Depositories Act 1996 to introduce and regulate the depository system in India.
CDSL at present is leading the depository business in Mumbai and its related areas. The success of CDSL can also be gauged by the fact that CDSL is getting its business mainly from Mumbai and its neighboring areas whereas NSDL has well-established network throughout the country, then also according to the statistical figures CDSL is at par with NSDL.
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NISM Depository Operation Weightage: List Of Units / Chapters In NISM Series VI
There Are About 15 Units / Chapters In NISM Depository Operation Certification Examination:
|Chapter No.||Unit/ Chapter List||Weightages %|
|1||Introduction to Securities Market||5%|
|2||Introduction to Depository||10%|
|3||Depository and its Business Partners||11%|
|4||Functions of DP – Account Opening||11%|
|5||Functions of DP – Transmission & Nomination||5%|
|6||Functions of DP – Dematerialisation||8%|
|7||Functions of DP – Trading and Settlement||12%|
|8||Functions of DP – Pledge and Hypothecation||10%|
|9||Functions of DP – Corporate Action||5%|
|10||Functions of DP – Public Issues||5%|
|11||Functions of DP – Debt and Government Securities||10%|
|12||Additional Services – Warehouse Receipts||5%|
|13||Additional Services – Qualified Financial Institutions||1%|
|14||Additional Services – Rajiv Gandhi Equity Saving Schemes||1%|
|15||Additional Services – Basic Services Demat Account|
Depository and its Business Partners and Functions of DP – Trading and Settlement are the most important chapter in Nism depository examination and have most Weightage.
As you can Chapters like Additional Services – Qualified Financial Institutions, Additional Services – Rajiv Gandhi Equity Saving Schemes, Additional Services – Basic Services Demat Account and Additional Services – Warehouse Receipts are very theorectical and have least Weightage and can be ignored if you have limited time.
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NISM 6 Important Questions
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#1. In case of HUF, long term capital gain tax on equity mutual fund is
Taxation for Individual and HUF is same.
#2. In case of Domestic company, long term capital gain tax on debt mutual fund is
Taxation for Individuals, HUF and Domestic companies is same.
So, long term capital gain tax on debt mutual fund is 20% with Indexation benefit for all of them.
#3. In an Conservative portfolio, the highest allocation is not in the support of
In Conservative portfolio,
there is relatively less equity exposure as Investors here have less risk taking capacity.
So in a Conservative portfolio, the highest allocation is in the favor of debt funds not equity.
While in Case of an Aggressive portfolio,
there is relatively more equity exposure as Investors here have more risk taking capacity.
#4. Only existing unit holders can use transaction slips
Only existing unit holders can used transaction slips as they got folio number already.
But first time and NFO investor can only use transaction slips after getting folio number.
#5. Reaping phase corresponds with
Reaping phase and distribution phase both are retirement phase of unit holder.
#6. The cut off time for Arbitrage fund repurchase is
It doesn’t matter whether mutual fund is Liquid or Arbitrage.
For all mutual funds the cut off time for repurchase is 3 pm.
#7. An investors invest Rs. 2 crores in Liquid fund. what would be the applicable NAV for allotments of units? If application is time stamped at 3:30 pm and funds available with mutual funds at 1:45 pm.
#8. An investors invest Rs. 1 crores in Liquid fund. what would be the applicable NAV for allotments of units? If application is time stamped at 1:30 pm and funds available with mutual funds at 1 pm.
#9. An investors invest Rs. 1 crores in Liquid fund. what would be the applicable NAV for allotments of units? If application is time stamped at 3 pm and funds available with mutual funds at 2 pm
#10. An investors invest Rs. 1 crore in Sector fund. what would be the applicable NAV for allotments of units? If application is time stamped at 1:30 pm and funds available with mutual funds at 2 pm.
#11. An investors invest Rs. 1.4 crore in Liquid fund. what would be the applicable NAV for allotments of units? If application is time stamped at 1:30 pm and funds available with mutual funds at 3:30 pm.
#12. Rohan invest Rs. 1.5 crore in Liquid fund. what would be the applicable NAV for allotments of units? If application is time stamped at 1:30 pm and funds available with mutual funds at 3 pm.
#13. Shruti mohan invest Rs. 1.5 crore in Liquid fund. what would be the applicable NAV for allotments of units? If application is time stamped at 3 pm and funds available with mutual funds at 3:30 pm.
#14. SEBI's Advertising code are created for R&T Agents
SEBI’s Advertising code provisions are for Mutual funds.
#15. Who settles all the transactions on the behalf of Mutual Fund schemes?
As shares are in the custody of Custodian,
settlement of all the transactions on the behalf of Mutual Fund scheme is done by Custodian
#16. For the purchase and sale transactions of the various schemes of the mutual fund
#17. Interval fund has features of
Interval fund is combination of both open ended schemes and close ended schemes.
As in Interval fund most of the time it is close ended fund but in certain intervals it becomes open ended so that people can withdraw money.
#18. All transactions of purchase and sale of shares by Fund manager shall be disclosed to
To prevent front running and insider trading,
SEBI prescribed Compliance officer to get information from key personnel of schemes about the shares they buy and sold.
It is compulsory for key personnel(Fund Manager) to shares these information with compliance officer on half yearly basis.
The compliance officer verify these information if he saw any problem in it then he issued show cause notice.
#19. Shares held in physical form can be considered as physical asset
Shares both in physical and demat form can’t be considered as physical asset.
This is the advantage of investing in shares rather than buying physical Gold.
As gold is physical asset it can get stolen.
But if share certificate is stolen then u can get it back from R&T Agent’s office.
#20. Investor reaches their peak of earning capacity at which phase
Obviously, Investor reach the highest earning capacity in pre-retirement stage.
#21. Commercial paper are short term securities issued by
#22. T- bill are short term securities issued by
#23. Debentures are
#24. Certificates of Deposits are
#25. Rohit offers his unit in an liquid scheme, for repurchase at 3:30 pm. What would be the applicable NAV for the repurchase?
The Applicable NAV for the repurchase for any mutual fund scheme is determine through cut off time:
If Repurchase happens before 3 pm then the Applicable NAV for the repurchase is Closing NAV of date of application.
if Repurchase happens after 3 pm then the Applicable NAV for the repurchase is Closing NAV of Next business day.
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