(Download) CBSE: Class XII Capital Market Operations Question Paper - 2018

Question Papers For Board Examinations 2018

Class – XII

Subject – Capital Market Operations

Subject : Capital Market Operations

Class : XII

Year : 2018

General Instructions :

(i) Answer 1 mark questions in about 20 words.
(ii) Answer 2 marks questions in about 20 –30 words.
(iii) Answer 3 marks questions in about 30–40 words.
(iv) Answer 5 marks questions in about 100 words. 

Questions :


Attempt any 9 questions from this section. All questions are of 1 mark each.

1. Name the two mediums through which the secondary market operates.

2. How is the market capitalization of companies listed on an Exchange computed ?

3. List the investment avenues provided by the financial market to reallocate savings.

4. Give the expanded form of NEAT.

5. How is a member’s net worth calculated ? 

6. List the different categories of Dominant Promoter Groups.

7. Are there any entry/exit barriers to the membership of NSE ?

8. State the role of a Branch Manager in the Corporate Hierarchy.

9. Define ‘Post Close Market’.

10.How does Book Entry System of Depository operate ?

11.Define ‘Insider’ under SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 1992.

12.Define ‘Financial Ratio’.


Attempt any 10 questions from this section. All questions are of 2 marks each.

13. How does Demutualization help to govern the stock exchanges efficiently ?

14. How does Globalisation provide an international platform to the Indian securities ?

15. List the documents that are submitted by a Trading Member to the Membership Department of the Exchange to appoint a Sub-Broker.

16. What information is displayed on the security descriptor ? Explain briefly.

17. What is meant by ‘Index Trading’ ?

18. How does stop-loss apply during trading in NEAT system ?

19. NSE is the first Stock Exchange in India to launch internet trading in February 2000. How does it work ?

20. How is VaR Margin collected ? Describe briefly.  

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