Commodity Market Derivatives

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Financial Markets: A Beginners’ Module

1500

120

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100

50

5

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Mutual Funds : A Beginners’ Module

1500

120

60

100

50

5

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Currency Derivatives: A Beginner’s Module

1500

120

60

100

50

5

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Equity Derivatives: A Beginner’s Module

1500

120

60

100

50

5

5

Interest Rate Derivatives: A Beginner’s Module

1500

120

60

100

50

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6

Commercial Banking in India:A Beginner’s
Module

1500

120

60

100

50

5

7

Securities Market (Basic) Module

1500

105

60

100

60

5

8

Capital Market (Dealers) Module *

1500

105

60

100

50

5

9

Derivatives Market (Dealers) Module **

1500

120

60

100

60

3

10

FIMMDA-NSE Debt Market (Basic) Module

1500

120

60

100

60

5

11

Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
Module

1500

120

60

100

60

5

12

NISM-Series-I: Currency Derivatives
Certification Examination

1000

120

60

100

60

3

13

NISM-Series-II-A: Registrars to an Issue and
Share Transfer Agents –
Corporate Certification Examination

1000

120

100

100

50

3

14

NISM-Series-II-B: Registrars to an Issue and
Share Transfer Agents –
Mutual Fund Certification Examination

1000

120

100

100

50

3

15

NISM-Series-IV: Interest Rate Derivatives
Certification Examination

1000

120

100

100

60

3

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NISM-Series-V-A: Mutual Fund Distributors
Certification Examination ***

1000

120

100

100

50

3

17

NSDL–Depository Operations Module

1500

75

60

100

60 #

5

18

Commodities Market Module

1800

120

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100

50

3

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