Updates & Announcements

NSE Academy has revamped its payment gateway page for online payments. This new payment gateway is implemented w.e.f. 17 Jan 2017. It will also introduce enhanced payment options for candidates for making NCFM Payments as mentioned below:

Online Payment Gateway charges:

Payment Options Convenience charges (plus applicable taxes)
Credit Cards (Visa & MasterCard) 1.00% of the Transaction amount
Online EMI (Visa & MasterCard) 1.00% of the Transaction amount
Debit Cards (Visa & MasterCard) / IMPS 0.75%: Below Rs2,000 Transaction Amount
1.00%: Rs2,000 and above Transaction Amount
Amex & Diner Credit Cards 3.00% of the Transaction amount
Net Banking (HDFC, SBI, ICICI) Rs18 per transaction
Net Banking (all other banks) Rs12 per transaction
Cash cards/E Wallets 2.30% of the Transaction amount

Note:

  • All the Convenience charges mentioned above are exclusive of taxes.
  • Convenience charges will be minimum of Rs. 5/- per Transaction plus applicable taxes.

Revision in NCFM Modules

1) Revision in syllabus of Capital Market (Dealers) Module certification examination w.e.f. February 13, 2017.

2) Revision in syllabus of Financial Markets: A Beginner's Module certification examination w.e.f. November 11, 2016.

3) Revision in syllabus of Derivatives Market (Dealers) Module (DMDM) certification examination w.e.f. November 25, 2016.

4) Revision in syllabus of Mutual Funds: A Beginner's Module certification examination w.e.f. January 13, 2017.



Revision of NCFM Modules Fees with effect from April 1,2017

Candidates are advised to utilize their existing NCFM balances by enrolling for the test(s) latest by March 31, 2017. All payments and enrollments done on and from April 1, 2017 onwards would be at the revised fee structure only.

Kindly Note the fee structure for the NCFM modules which were priced at Rs. 1500/- is revised to Rs. 1700/- plus taxes with effect from April 1, 2017.

NEW NCFM MODULES FEES


Purchase of NCFM workbook

Workbook shall be issued only in electronic format (in downloadable PDF mode) to the email ID submitted by the candidates at the time of registration.

Issuance of physical NCFM workbook is discontinued w.e.f July 1, 2015.

Interested candidates who desire to purchase Workbooks for NCFM modules (Except Corporate Governance, Compliance Officers Modules, FPSB Modules, FLIP Modules, IMS Proschool Modules & AIWMI Modules) may send a request letter along with demand draft of Rs. 500/- per module per workbook, favouring ‘NSE ACADEMY LIMITED’ payable at the nearest NSE office.

Your request letter should state clearly the name of the candidate, name of the module, complete postal address, contact details and demand draft details. Please write the name of the candidate and module name on the reverse of the demand draft. Also keep a photocopy of the demand draft with you, before you send it to NSE ACADEMY.

NISM Certification Examinations

Kindly note, w.e.f. January 20, 2015, Registration / Payment / Enrolment for NISM certification examinations would be only through NISM Certification portal viz. (https://certifications.nism.ac.in/nismaol/).

For queries pertaining to NISM Certification Portal, please contact NISM Certification Helpdesk on 91-8080806476 (Monday to Friday, 09:30 am to 05:30 pm) or on email: certification@nism.ac.in.

Launch of “Algorithmic Trading Module”  

Technology has revolutionized the way financial markets function and the way financial assets are traded globally. Technology development across global markets has necessitated a multidimensional approach for understanding the Importance of Algorithmic Trading.

With a view to provide a comprehensive knowledge about Algorithmic Trading, a new module namely Algorithmic Trading Module' is being launched under NCFM.

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Updation of NCFM Modules

S.No. Updations Applicable to
1 Revision in syllabus of Mutual Funds: A Beginner's Module certification examination w.e.f. January 13, 2017 All Candidates
2 Revision in syllabus of Derivatives Market (Dealers) Module (DMDM) certification examination w.e.f. November 25, 2016 All Candidates
3 Revision in syllabus of Financial Markets: A Beginner's Module certification examination w.e.f. November 11, 2016 All Candidates
4 Krishi Kalyan Cess applicable on NCFM Modules with effect from June 1, 2016 All Candidates
5 Revision in syllabus of NSDL Depository Operations Module certification examination w.e.f. September 07, 2015 All Candidates
6 Swachh Bharat Cess applicable on NCFM Modules with effect from Nov 15, 2015 All Candidates
7 'IISL is a joint venture between NSE and CRISIL' may be read as - 'IISL is a wholly owned subsidiary of the NSE Strategic Investment Corporation Limited'. All NCFM workbooks
8 'S&P CNX' may be read as 'CNX' henceforth All NCFM workbooks
9 Eligibility criteria of stocks in derivatives segment Derivatives Market (Dealers) Module
Securities Market (Basic) Module
10 Securities Transaction Tax Mutual Funds (Advanced) Module
11 Contract Specifications for Stock Options Derivatives Market (Dealers) Module
Equity Derivatives: A Beginner’s Module
Securities Market (Basic) Module
Capital Market (Dealers) Module
12 ICDR Regulations 2009 Surveillance in Stock Exchanges Module
Securities Market (Basic) Module
Capital Market (Dealers) Module
Financial Markets: A Beginner’s Module
FIMMDA-NSE Debt Market (Basic) Module
13 Pre-open phase

Post-Close Market
Capital Market (Dealers) Module
14 Cross-Margining Securities Market (Basic) Module
15 Securities Lending and Borrowing Securities Market (Basic) Module

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Launch of “Clearing Settlement and Risk Management Module”

Launch of ‘NSE’s Capital Market Aptitude Test (NCMAT)

Launch of Treasury Management Module

Launch of Venture Capital And Private Equity Module

NCFM - DELHI TEST CENTRE - Change of address w.e.f. August 26, 2013

NCFM - MUMBAI TEST CENTRE - Change of address w.e.f. March 01, 2013

Updation of email and postal address of NCFM candidates

Introduction of NCMP certificates

NCFM Test fees

NCFM Online Login id for Corporates

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