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Sunday, 4 December 2016

IBPS Clerk 2016 Preliminary Exam Analysis – 4th December

Dear Aspirants,  

IBPS Clerk 2016 Preliminary Exam Analysis – 4th December Review and Expected Cut Off

Today (04-12-2016) is the last day of IBPS Clerk Prelims 2016 Exam.

#English Language : Level of the exam – Easy
No. of questions - 30
(i) Reading Comprehension – 10 Questions  (Easy)
(ii) Cloze Test – 10 Questions
(iii) Spotting Error – 10 Questions (Easy)

#Numerical Ability : Level of the exam – Easy to Moderate
No. of questions - 35
(i) Number Series – 5 Questions (Easy)
(ii) Simplification –  15 Questions (Easy)
(iii) Data Interpretation (1 Set) – 5 Questions  (Easy)
(iv) Rest Miscellaneous Questions – 10 Questions (Moderate)
Miscellaneous questions include – Age, Mixture Allegation, Partnership,Pipes and Cisterns, Profit Loss, Average, Boats & Stream, Compound/Simple Interest, Time & Work etc.

#Reasoning Ability : Level of the exam –Easy
No. of questions - 35

(i) Inequality – 5 Questions  (Easy)
(ii) Sitting Arrangement (Circular)  –  15 Questions   (Easy)
Linear Arrangement - 5 Questions (Moderate)
Circular Arrangement - 5 Questions  (Easy)
Table Sitting Arrangement - 5 Questions (Easy)
(iii)  Alphanumeric Series - 5 Questions (Easy)
(iv) Rest Miscellaneous Questions – 10 Questions  (Easy) (Alphabet Coding, Distance and Direction etc.)

IBPS Clerk 2016 Preliminary Exam Analysis – 4th December

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Saturday, 3 December 2016

IBPS Clerk 2016 Prelims Review (03-12-2016)

Dear Aspirants,

Today (03-12-2016) Is The Third Day IBPS Conducting Online exams Prelims for IBPS Clerk CWE-VI 2016

Now the First Shift Over and Here Find Below Analysis

#1 English - 30 Question :  Easy to Moderate
Reading Comprehension 10 Questions
Cloze Test  10 Questions
Error Detection    10 Questions
 
#2. Quantitative Aptitude – 35 Questions : Easy to Moderate

Simplification    10 Questions
Number Series    5 Questions
Data Interpretation (Bar Graph)    5 Questions
Language Problems (Profit Loss, Average, Boats and Stream, CI/SI, Time and Work, Average, Ratio and Proportion, Percentage, Partnership, Pipe and Cistern etc.)    15 Questions

#3 Reasoning Ability – 35 Questions : Easy to Moderate
Puzzle - (Sitting Arrangement)  10 Questions
Alpha Numberic Series    5  Questions
Inequality (Simple)    5 Questions
Alphabetic Grouping     5 Questions
Puzzle (Center Facing)     5 Questions
Misc, (Blood Relation , Alphabet Coding , Meaningful Word, Number of Alphabet between them as in Alphabetical Order and Direction )

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Friday, 2 December 2016

RBI Assistant Prelim Exam Pattern (Topics to Cover )

Dear Aspirants,

(RBI) Reserve Bank of India has recently notified  for recruitment to the post of RBI Assistant. The Selection  will consist of three stages – Prelims online exam, Mains online exam and Interview. The prelims Online exam is  scheduled on 23rd and 24th December(tentatively). Now time to Know complete syllabus for RBI Assistant Prelims exam, along with a list of topics, sub-topics, weightage, marks distribution.

RBI Assistant Prelim Exam Pattern (Topics to Cover )

RBI Assistant Prelim Exam Pattern

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Complete Syllabus for RBI Assistant Prelims

#1. English Language Syllabus for RBI Assistant :

The English syllabus for RBI Assistant Prelims exam can be broadly divided into 4 parts – Reading Comprehension, Grammar, Vocabulary and Verbal Ability

(1) Reading Comprehension
  • Level: Moderate to Tough,
  • Weightage: Max 10 marks min 7 marks
  • Types of Questions : Most relevant topics for passage – Banking & Economy, Finance, Business, Monetary Policies like demonetization, Financial Policies, Socio-Financial Issues like poverty & education, Types of Banks in economy, Globalization, etc.
(2)  Error Spotting/Phrase Replacement (grammar)
  • Level: Moderate to Tough,
  • Weightage: Max 10 marks & min 5 marks
  • Types of Questions: Articles, Tenses, Prepositions, Parallelism, Subject Verb Agreement, Degrees of Comparison, Sentence Construction, Adverbs, Phrasal Verbs, Pronouns, Non-Finite Verbs, Common Errors, etc.
(3) Cloze Test
  • Level: Moderate to Tough
  • Weightage: If the RC comes for 7 marks
  • Types of Questions: Moderate difficulty, the options will be easy but close to each other in meaning. You will have to look at the prepositions given in the option or before/after the blank contextually before answering. You may also be tested on phrasal verbs.
 
(4) Verbal Ability (Para Jumbles)
  • Level: Easy, Low to Moderately
  • Weightage: 5 Questions
  • Question Types: Para Jumbles
(5) Vocabulary (Fill in the Blanks, Error Spotting, Phrase Replacement)
  • Level: Moderate Difficulty
  • Weightage: Max 10 marks  & Min 5 marks,
  • Question Types: Error Spotting, Phrase Replacement, Cloze Test (single passage with 5-10 questions), Fill in the Blanks (Double Blanks)
#2. Reasoning Ability Syllabus for RBI Assistant Prelims


(1) Coding-Decoding

Level: Moderate in Difficulty
Weightage: 4-10 Questions
Question Types: Coding by Letter Shifting, Coding by Analogy, Coding in Fictitious Language, Coding Letters of a Word.


(2) Arrangement & Pattern
Level: Easy to Moderate in difficulty
Weightage: 5-8 Questions
Question Types: Random Sequence of Alphabets (based on group of 5 terms each of 3 alphabets OR series of alphabets), Number Arrangements (based on group of 5 terms each of 3 digits OR series of numbers), Mixed Series Dictionary or Alphabet based Arrangements etc.

(3) Linear Seating Arrangement
Level: Moderate to Difficult
Weightage: 5-10 Questions
Question Types: Single or Double rows facing each other/ away from each other/ in the same direction. May be combined with other information to make it a Blood Relations or Double Lineup type problem as well.

(4) Circular Seating Arrangement

Level: Moderate to Difficult
Weightage: 0-5 Questions
Question Types: Uni- & Bi-directional problems on circular, square, rectangular, hexagonal tables. May be combined with other information to make it a Blood Relations or Double Lineup type problem as well.

(5) Analogy
Level: Easy to Moderate
Weightage: 0-5 Questions
Question Types: Meaning-based, Letter based, Number based.

(6) Classification
Level: Easy to Moderate
Weightage: 0-4 Questions
Question Types: Letter based, Meaningful Words based, GK based, Number based.

(7) Mathematical or Coded Inequalities
Level: Scoring,
Weightage: 5 Questions (likely of Coded Inequalities)
Question Types: Coded relations between letters to be decoded and solved.

(8) Order & Ranking
Level: Easy to Moderate in difficulty,
Weightage: 0-5 Questions
Question Types: Floor Based Puzzles, Arranging by age, height, weight, rank, order in row etc.

(9) Analytical Decision Making
Weightage: 0-5 Questions
Appears less frequently, Moderate to Difficult, Could be tricky, Moderate to Highly Time Consuming, Moderate to High Accuracy possible, Requires clean charting with proper technique and step-by-step solving.

(10) Syllogisms
Weightage: 0-5 Questions
Easy to Moderate in difficulty, Less time consuming, Moderate Accuracy possible, Very likely to appear.
Question Types: Direct questions with 2-3 statements & 2-3 conclusions, possibility based questions, negative information based questions.

(11) Data Sufficiency
Weightage: 0-5 Questions
Moderate Difficulty, Moderately Time Consuming, Moderate Accuracy possible.
Question Types: Ordering & Ranking, Blood Relations, Coding in Fictitious Language, Circular Arrangements, Directions & Distances, Ages & Birthdates.

(12) Double Line-Up

Weightage: 0-5 Questions
Moderate to Difficult, Could be tricky, Moderate to Highly Time Consuming, Moderate Accuracy possible, Requires clean charting with proper technique and step-by-step solving. If scheduling is asked then double line up may not be asked. Vice-Versa


(13) Scheduling
Weightage: 0-5 Questions
Moderate to Difficult, Could be tricky, Moderate to Highly Time Consuming, Moderate Accuracy possible, Requires clean charting with proper technique and step-by-step solving.

(14) Grouping & Selection

Weightage: 0-5 Questions
Moderate to Difficult
Question Types: Problems on teams and committees asked.

(15) Blood Relations
Weightage: 2-4 Questions
Moderate in difficulty, Low to Moderately time consuming, Moderate to High Accuracy possible, Requires clean charting with proper technique and step-by-step solving.
Question Types: Family Tree Problems, Coded Blood Relations.

 

(16) Verbal Reasoning
Weightage: 0-2 Questions
Statement & Assumptions problems asked in the past. But questions on Statement & Arguments, Statement & Inferences, Statement & Conclusions, Critical Reasoning, Course of Action and Cause & Effect also possible.
Question Types: Complete the Alphabet Series, Number Series and Mixed Series.

(17) Directions & Distances
Weightage: 2-3 Questions
Easy but could be tricky, Less time consuming, High Accuracy possible, Requires clean charting with proper technique and step-by-step solving.
Question Types: Based on distance covered or direction of motion

(18) Series
Weightage: 0-2 Questions
Level: Easy to Moderate, Less Time Consuming, Moderate to High Accuracy
Question Types: Complete the Alphabet Series, Number Series and Mixed Series.

 

#3. Numerical Ability Syllabus for RBI Assistant Prelims


(1) Simplification

Level: Easy to Solve
Weightage: 5-10 Questions
Question Types: BODMAS Rule, Approximation, Decimals, Fractions, Surds & Indices, Percentages etc.

(2) Data Interpretation
Level: Easy to Moderate in Difficulty
Weightage: 5-10 Questions (1-2 sets)
Question Types: Line Graphs, Bar Graphs, Pie Charts, Tables, Miscellaneous Infographics, Missing Data Type Caselets.
Concepts used from avergares, percentages, ratio & proportion, etc.

(3) Quadratic Equations
Level: Moderate, Moderately Time Consuming, Could be Tricky, High Accuracy Possible, Scoring,
Weightage: 0 or 5 questions
Question Type: comparing x and y based on the given information

(4) Number Series
Level: Scoring, Moderate in Difficulty, Moderately Time Consuming
Weightage: 3-5 Questions
Question Types: Complete the Series, Find the Missing Term, Find the Wrong Term etc.


(5) Average
Level: Easy to Solve, Less Time Consuming, High Accuracy Possible
Weightage: 1-2 Questions
Question Types: Average Weight/Height/Age/Marks, Average Money Expenditure, Average Temperature etc. But the concept remains simple. We have to use a single formula i.e. Average = Sum of Quantities/Number of Quantities. Also very helpful in solving DI questions.

(6) Interest
Level: Scoring, Easy if Formulas & Proper Steps Followed, Moderately Time Consuming.
Weightage: 1-2 Questions
Question Types: Simple Interest, Compound Interest, Mixed Interest, Installments.

(5) Mensuration
Level: Easy to Moderate in Difficulty, You may have to use multiple concepts in a single problem, Moderately Time Consuming, High Accuracy Possible,
Weightage: 1-2 Questions
Question Types: Perimeter and Area of 2D figures and Surface Area/Volume of 3D figures. Also, Moulding from one shape to another etc. Some questions might require you to use concepts of Percentages & Ratio and Proportion concepts.

(6) Percentage
Level: Easy to Solve, Less Time Consuming, High Accuracy Possible.
Weightage: 0-1 Questions
Types of Questions: Calculation-oriented basic percentage. Will be extensively used in Profit and Loss, DI, etc.

(7) Ratio & Proportion
Weightage: 1-3 Questions
Level: Easy to Solve, Less Time Consuming, High Accuracy Possible. Difficulty level may be raised by using multiple concepts.
You will find it useful in DI and Mixture Problems.
Question Types: Simple Ratios, Compound Ratios, Componendo and Dividendo, Direct & Indirect Proportions, Third Proportional and Fourth Proportional, Mean Proportional.

(8) Algebra
Level: Scoring, Easy if Concepts Clear and Steps Followed, Could be Tricky, Moderately Time Consuming.
Weightage: 2-3 Questions
Question Types: Linear Eqns in one or more variables, Problems on Ages, etc.

(9) Profit & Loss
Level: Scoring, Easy if Proper Steps Followed, Moderately Time Consuming.
Weightage: 2-3 Questions
Types of Question: Successive Selling type questions, Partnerships, Discount & MP, Dishonest Dealings.

(10) Time, Speed & Distance
Level: Moderate in Difficulty, Moderately Time Consuming
Weightage: 1-2 Questions
Types of Question: Average Speed, Boat & Stream, Problems on Train, Relative Speed.
Tips: How to Calculate Average Speed.

(12) Time & Work
Level: Moderate in Difficulty, Moderately Time Consuming
Weightage: 1-2 Questions
Types of Questions: Work Efficiency, Pipes & Cisterns, Work & Wages, etc.

(14) Mixture Problems
Level: Tricky, Time Consuming, Less likely to appear in paper.
Weightage: 0-2 Questions
Types of Questions: Problems on making a mixture of two or more entities/mixture. Will involve knowledge of Ratio and Proportion

(15) Number System
Level: Could be tricky, Moderately time Consuming
Weightage: 0-1 Questions
Types of Questions: Divisibility & Remainder, Multiples & Factors, Integers, LCM & HCF.

(13) Permutation & Combination / Probability
Level: Moderately Time Consuming, Scoring, Easy if all cases considered.
Weightage: 0-1 Questions
Types of Questions: Basic Selection & Arrangement Problems, Basic problems on Probability.

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Thursday, 1 December 2016

NIACL AO Pre Exam Call Letter 2016 Out

Dear aspirants,

NIACL AO Pre Exam Call Letter 2016  Out . NIACL (New India Assurance Co. Ltd) has issued the notification for the recruitment of ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS (SCALE-I) as Generalists. The recruitment notification was released for 300 vacancies. The Preliminary phase of this exam will be conducted on 17th December 2016.  Now Released Call letter for  online exam

Commencement of Call letter Download
01 - 12 - 2016

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17 - 12 – 2016

Call Letter Available Both Hindi and English Language .

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10 Points to remember while preparing for an Interview

10 Points to remember while preparing for an Interview
1.  Remain confident  –  remember that you have been called for the interview because you fit the  profile, not because of luck or fluke!
2.  Find out about the company  –  use the company’s website, or better yet, talk to someone who  works there. This demonstrates your keenness to join the company.
3.  Find out about the role –  ask someone who knows, or do research on the internet. Before going  to an interview, make sure you have a good idea about the role.
4.  Avoid being negative –  “I am keen to join your firm because it is a leader in the field and would  offer great opportunities for me to use my existing skills and acquire new ones” sounds better  than “I want to join your firm because I hate my current job”
5.  Know why you want the job –  ideally, it should tie in with something you have done in the past,  or your current skillset, or relate to a set of skills that you are keen to acquire in the future
6.  Know why you are perfect for the job – figure out at least one quality that you bring which makes  your profile stand out for this job and would benefit the firm if they hired you
7.  Avoid canned answers –  do not say “I work too hard” when asked for your weakness! Everyone  knows this is not really a weakness and comes across as fake! Instead, be honest about a real  weakness but make sure you highlight the steps you have taken to overcome it.
8.  Rehearse your “Tell me about yourself”. It should be long enough to tell the interviewer about  you, but short enough not to bore him / her with your life story! One way to do this is to break  down  your  introduction  into  3  parts  –  educational  background,  professional  experience  and  interests. Ending with your interests gives the interviewer a lead into asking questions about a  topic you are familiar with, thus helping to break the ice.
9.   Ask questions, where relevant. These can be about the role or about the company. This gives the  interviewer a chance to speak as well, and shows that you are interested in the company and the  role.
10.  Practice, practice and practice! Take as many mock interviews as you possibly can, with qualified  panelists. Identify and work on your weaknesses so that you can correct trouble areas before the  actual interview.
Checklist for verbal communication
1.  Speak at a steady, comfortable speed that allows you to pronounce each word clearly
2.  A high volume may demonstrate aggressiveness while a low volume may demonstrate diffidence  – both can be uncomfortable for listeners
3.  Use a varying tone to emphasize specific words and keep listener interest
Checklist for non-verbal communication
1.  Non-verbal cues form a significant part of our communication, some say as much as 90%!
2.  Non-verbal cues include:
a.  Facial expressions
b.  Posture
c.  Gestures
d.  Eye contact

3.  Make sure you are dressed and groomed for the interview, use the following checklist:
a.  Hair trimmed and combed
b.  Teeth clean (nothing stuck)
c.  Nails trimmed and clean
d.  Clothes clean and ironed
e.  Tie properly tied and aligned (not going sideways)
f.  Socks matching color of shoes (e.g. no white socks with black shoes!)
g.  Shoes polished

4.  In general, a dark suit (e.g. black or dark  grey) with black shoes, black socks, and blue or white  shirt is acceptable across all types of interviews.
5.  An open posture (legs uncrossed, hands  not touching, elbows apart) usually signals interest and  receptiveness
6.  A closed posture (arms and legs crossed, clasped hands etc.) may signal disinterest or discomfort
7.  Leaning in towards a speaker may indicate interest and encouragement
8.  Nodding signals  being engaged and  indicates  understanding while tilting the head from side to  side may signal immaturity
9.  Maintaining eye contact signals interest and attentiveness, as well as confidence
10.  Avoid the following gestures that can seem unprofessional and signal nervousness:
a.  Nail biting
b.  Lip biting
c.  Knuckle cracking
Greeting the panelists
1.  Walk into the room confidently, at  a comfortable, normal pace. A common mistake is to bounce  / run into the room – it can make you seem overexcited or nervous!
2.  Maintain eye contact with all panelists even when greeting them  –  if you greet one and ignore  the other, it is very rude.
3.  Use “Good morning” or “Good afternoon” depending on the time of the day
4.  Once you reach the chair, wait for a few seconds to see if they ask you to be seated
5.  If they don’t ask you, ask for permission, “May I take a seat?” before sitting down
6.  Once you are seated, wait for them to start

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IBPS SBI Bank PO Interview Questions and Answers

Dear Bank Job Aspirants! Here Find IBPS SBI Bank PO Interview Questions and Answers  96 Questions With Answers  for IBPS PO Common Interview and SBI PO Interview
For More Details IBPS SBI Bank PO interview questions and answers
Get Below Questions list
Introduce yourself ?
What is the meaning of your name?
What is the specialty of the place you belong to?
What are your hobbies?
Why did you choose banking as your profession?
Do you have any previous experience?
Why did you leave your previous job?
How can you be a value addition to our organization?
Where do you see yourself in another five years?
Do you think you have leadership quality?
Do you have any achievement?
What are your strengths?
What are your weaknesses?
Are you applying for other jobs?
Do you know anyone who works in banking sector?
Are you a team player?
Why should we select you?
How would you evaluate your present firm?
Who is your idol?
Do you have any questions?
FUNCTIONS OF THE RBI ?
COMMERCIAL BANKS FUNCTIONS ?
NATIONALISATION OF BANKS ?
OBJECTIVES OF NATIONALIZATION ?
SCHEDULED BANKS VS NON SCHEDULED BANKS ?
ACCOUNTS IN A BANK
INTEREST RATE ON BANK ACOUNTS ?
what is NBFC ?
What is Difference between BANK and NBFC ?
Different types or categories of NBFCs registered with RBI ?
Brief about RNBC ?
Which banks are insured by the DICGC?
What does the DICGC insure?
What is the maximum deposit amount insured by the DICGC?
NEFT AND RTGS
what is Bearer Cheque or open Cheque ?
what is Order Cheque ?
what is Crossed Cheque ?
what is Ante Dated Cheque ?
what is Stale Cheque ?
what is A self cheque ?
A truncated cheque ?
what is Parties of a Cheque ?
what is Commodity Money ?
what is Representative Money?
what is Fiat Money?
what is Commercial Bank Money ?
what is Post Dated Cheque ?
what is Base Rate?
what is Bridge Loan ?
what is Credit Authorization Scheme ?
what is Open Market Operations ?
what is Moral Suasion?
what is Special Drawing Rights SDRs ?
what is Bouncing of a cheque ?
What is  Demat Account ?
what is Endorsement?
define Merchant Banking ?
what about Money Laundering?
what is Mortgage?
What is GAAR?
what is BPLR ?
what is Prime Lending Rate PLR ?
what is Wholesale Banking ?
what is Capital Adequacy Ratio CAR ?
what is Asset Liability Mismatch ?
What is Asset Management Companies?
What is Liquidity Adjustment Facility LAF ?
What is Bancassurance?
What is Balance of Trade?
What is Balance of Payments?
What is NOSTRO Account?
What is VOSTRO Account?
What is IMPS?
What is BCBS?
What is LIBOR?
What is STRIPS?
What is KYC?
What do you mean by term CASA related to bank?
What is Inflation?
Name the types of Inflation ?
What are the effects of Inflation ?
What is Money Laundering ?
What do you mean by narrow banking?
what is IFSC Indian Financial System Code ?
what is MICR ?
what is SWIFT Code ?
What is Para banking?
what is Narrow Banking?
What is Offshore Banking?
what is Green banking?
What is Retail Banking?
what is Wholesale banking ?
Tell About NABARD ?
Tell me about SIDBI ?
About SEBI ?
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IBPS Clerk PO Interview Common & Top Asking Questions part- VI

1. What is Disinvestment?
The Selling of the government stake in public sector undertakings.
 
2. What is Fiscal Deficit?
It is the difference between the government's total receipts (excluding borrowings) and total expenditure.
 
3. What is National Income?
National Income is the money value of all goods and services produced in a Country during the year.
 
4. What is bank and its features and types?
A bank is a financial organization where people deposit their money to keep it safe.Banks play an important role in the financial system and the economy. As a key component of the financial system, banks allocate funds from savers to borrowers in an efficient manner.
 
5. What are Mutual funds?
Mutual funds are investment companies that pool money from investors at large and offer to sell and buy back its shares on a continuous basis and use the capital thus raised to invest in securities of different companies. The mutual fund will have a fund  manager that trades the pooled money on a regular basis. The net proceeds or losses are then typically distributed to the investors annually. A company that invests its clients' pooled fund into securities that match its declared financial objectives. Asset management companies provide investors with more  diversification and investing options than they would have by themselves. Mutual funds, hedge funds and pension plans are all run by asset management  companies. These companies earn income by charging service fees to their clients.
 
6. What is Cheque?
Cheque is a negotiable instrument instructing a Bank to pay a specific amount from a specified account held in the maker/depositor's name with that Bank. A bill of exchange drawn on a specified banker and payable on demand. 'Written order directing a bank to pay money'.
 
7. What is demand Draft?
A demand draft is an instrument used for effecting transfer of money. It is a Negotiable Instrument. Cheque and Demand-Draft both are used for Transfer of money. You can 100% trust a DD. It is a banker's check. A check may be dishonoured for lack of funds a DD can not. Cheque is written by an individual and Demand draft is issued by a bank. People believe banks more than individuals.
 
8. What is NABARD?
NABARD was established by an act of Parliament on 12 July 1982 to implement the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development Act 1981. It replaced the Agricultural Credit Department (ACD) and Rural Planning and Credit Cell (RPCC) of Reserve Bank of India, and Agricultural Refinance and Development Corporation (ARDC). It is one of the premiere agency to provide credit in rural areas. NABARD is set up as an apex Development Bank with a mandate for facilitating credit flow for promotion and development of agriculture, small-scale industries, cottage and village industries, handicrafts and other rural crafts.
 
9. What is SENSEX and NIFTY?
SENSEX is the short term for the words 'Sensitive Index' and is associated with the Bombay (Mumbai) Stock Exchange (BSE). The SENSEX was first formed on 1-1-1986 and used the market capitalization of the 30 most traded stocks of BSE. Where as NSE has 50 most traded stocks of NSE.SENSEX IS THE INDEX OF BSE. AND NIFTY IS THE INDEX OF NSE.BOTH WILL SHOW DAILY TRADING MARKS. Sensex and Nifty both are an 'index'. An index is basically an indicator it indicates whether most of the stocks have gone up or most of the stocks have gone down.
 
10. What is SEBI?
SEBI is the regulator for the Securities Market in India. Originally set up by the Government of India in 1988, it acquired statutory form in 1992 with SEBI Act 1992 being passed by the Indian Parliament. 



























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