SEBI MCQ : Multiple Choice Questions and Answers

 

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SEBI MCQ

SEBI MCQ


Multiple Choice Questions and Answers

1. The Capital issue control was introduced in India in the year:

a) 1934

b) 1939

c) 1943

d) 1947


2. SEBI was established in the year

(a) 1947

(b) 1988

(c) 1990

(d) 1992


3. SEBI Act was passed on:

(a) January 30, 1947

(b) January 30,1988

(c) January 30,1990

(d) January 30,1992


4. The Primary objectives of SEBI include:

(a) To protect interests of investors in securities

(b) To regulate securities market

(c) To promote the development of the securities market

(d) All of the above


5. The regulatory body for the public sector banks in India is:

(a) RBI

(b) SEBI

(c) IRDA

(d) Stock exchanges


6. The regulatory body for the securities market in India is:

(a) RBI

(b) SEBI

(c) IRDA

(d) Stock exchanges


7. The regulatory body for the Insurance companies in India is:

(a) RBI

(b) SEBI

(c) IRDA

(d) Stock exchanges


8. How many members are there in SEBI board?

a) 5

b) 6

c) 8

d) 9


9. Who appoints the chairman of SEBI?

(a) Central government

(b) Stock exchanges

(c) RBI

(d) Finance ministry


10. The administrative head office of SEBI is located in:

a) Delhi

b) Kolkata

c) Mumbai

d) Chennai


11. Number of regional offices of SEBI are:

a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) Four


12. Who is the present chairman of SEBI?

a) Ajay Tyagi

b) U.K. Sinha

c) C.B. Bhave

d) Vijay C Kelkar


13. Chairman of sebi is appointed for how many years?

a) 2 Years

b) 3 Years

c) 4 Years

d) 5 Years


14. Can SEBI chairman be reappointed? If Yes, then for how many years?

a) 2 Years

b) 3 Years

c) 4 Years

d) 5 Years


15. SEBI Ombudsman was introduced in which year?

(a) 2000

(b) 2002

(c) 2005

(d) 2003