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05 November, 2017

NMMS STD 8 AND NTSE STD 10 EXAM 2017 QUESTION PAPER

NMMS STD 8 AND NTSE STD 10 EXAM 2017 QUESTION PAPER

NATIONAL TALENT SEARCH EXAM IS FOR STANDARD 10TH STUDENT

NATIONAL MERIT CUM IS FOR 8TH STANDARD STUDENTS

🔹EXAM DATE: 5/11/2017

National Telent Search Examination Exam Today's Question Papers

NTSE Question Papers for Class 10 |

The candidates preparing for the NTSE 2018 must note that NCERT has not yet released the sample papers of NTSE 2018. Sample papers are the previous year test papers which help a candidate in getting acquainted with the format of test paper. NTSE 2018 sample papers will also let a candidate get a fair idea of the level of questions being asked in the examination. Solving the NTSE sample paper 2018 lets the test taker experience the real examination situation where he/she can learn to attempt the questions in the stipulated time with decent accuracy. The sample papers of NTSE also expose them to their current level of preparation and improve on it thereof. Even though NCERT has not released the NTSE 2018 sample papers yet, Careers360 lets you prepare for the examination and crack it successfully. We bring to you the NTSE sample papers of Stage 1 of previous years as given below. The NTSE sample papers 2018 will be updated as soon as any announcement is made by NCERT.

The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.

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