NSE Academy's Capital Market Aptitude Test (NCMAT)

The growth of the capital markets in India has been quite phenomenal. Far reaching reforms during the last few decades have transformed the Indian capital markets into a transparent, liquid and vibrant market place. Major impetus has been placed on reforming the stock exchanges and improving investor protection.

The primary markets have also seen innovations in terms of online IPOs, book building ASBA etc. Number of broking firms, mutual funds, merchant bankers, research outfits etc. have come into existence to cater to the needs of the issuers and investors in the capital markets. This has also thrown open opportunities for young professionals in the markets. Certified professionals with an aptitude for the capital markets are sought after by employers.

In order to assess the aptitude, knowledge and skills in the capital markets, ‘NSE Academy's Capital Market Aptitude Test (NCMAT)’ is available for candidates. The test would be useful for candidates who wish to assess their abilities and skills in the area of capital markets and investments.

Test details
Duration:120 minutes
No. of questions:100
Maximum marks:100, Passing marks: 60 (60%);
There is no negative marking for this test.
Module FeesGST @ 18%Total Fees
17003062006
Fees :Rs.2006/- (Rupees Two Thousand and Six Only) inclusive of GST.

Topics covered in this test include:

  • Equity markets
  • Debt Markets
  • Derivatives
  • Portfolio Theory
  • Chart Analysis
  • Risk and Return
  • Economics
  • Statistics

There is no workbook for this test. It is suggested that candidates refer to various NCFM modules, financial books such as Investment Management by Prasanna Chandra, books on analytical reasoning etc. to score well in the test.

Take a "Mock test" for this module

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