Scope of NISM Certifications

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If you are planning to enter the Indian securities market, then NISM certification is a must needed qualification that you have to possess. Without this certification, one cannot pursue a career in the securities market in India.
 

Benefits of NISM Certification:

NISM certification is particularly beneficial to those market professionals who have their interest area in Mutual Funds, Investment Advisory, Equity Derivative, Currency Derivative, Equity Spot Markets, Depository, etc. These examinations are mandated by SEBI under SEBI (Certification of Associated Persons in the Securities Markets) Regulation, 2007. 

 
 
Essentially, NISM is the educational extension of SEBI which aims at imparting financial education to those who are planning to establish a career in the stock market. With the knowledge gained through these certification examinations, the advisors would be better equipped in advising their investors so that they can make an informed decision. 
 
Apart from the professionals, NISM certification courses are especially popular among the students who pursue these courses for enhancing their knowledge in the subjects pertaining to Indian security market.
 
NISM certification opens up several doors of opportunity for the students who can enter the security market and build themselves a lucrative and rewarding career. Apart from landing high paying jobs, these certification courses also enables one to be self-employed and create business opportunity for himself.   
NISM Certification Courses are open to everyone, irrespective of their educational background. 
 
 
Author Bio: Priyanka Bhattacharya – She has been a Marketing Communication professional for over 5 years. Her education background in Corporate Laws enables her to write in-depth articles on Taxes & Laws. 

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