NISM admits students from various background such as Commerce, Science, Engineering, Economics, Banking & Finance, Computer Science, etc., with varied work experience ranging from freshers to 10 yrs experience in various streams such as finance, IT, core engg, public service, NGOs, etc. One commonality in all of them is that they all are genuinely interested in securities markets either as an investor or as an intermediary.
NISM is a institute formed by capital market regulator SEBI for educating investors and stock market professionals. NISM conduct exams which are mandatory for becoming stock market professionals
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National Institute of Securities Markets (NISM), Mumbai is a public trust, established by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), the regulator for securities markets in India. NISM seeks to add to market quality through educational initiatives. It is an autonomous body governed by its Board of Governors.