After the NCFM Capital Market, I have cleared the Derivative (Dealers) Module on 26th November 2007. The percentage scored is 70%. These two certificates are quite important for pursuing a career in the Indian Capital Market. The Capital market certificate has 5 years validity and the Derivative has 3 years. Now I am thinking to appear for the Mutual Fund examination (AMFI) at the end of this month.
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At last I have cleared the NCFM (Dealer’s module) examination. But marks are poor (55% only) 😦
After one month of study feeling quite relax now. But I faced a bit of difficulties in the examination hall. In fact, I was not aware of that digital diary is not allowed, only simple calculator you can carry. So they take away the diary and I had to do the maths manually 🙂
Anyway I am happy. And now thinking to appear for the Derivative module in the next month.
Also one thing one should keep in mind. For the capital market, negative marking is there.
I am going to appear for the NCFM (Dealers Module) examination on 22nd October 2007.
NCFM – NSE’s Certification in Financial Markets.
The Exam is on the Capital Market Dealers Module, conducted by NSE. This will help to take part to the Equity Research more actively. Currently I am contributing in preparing the monthly report for the Mutual Fund section.