Financial Literacy Course for Grades XI, XII Continues | Goa News

Panaji: The Board of Secondary and Tertiary Education, Goa will continue to offer the financial education program for students in classes XI and XII in collaboration with the National Stock Exchange Academy (NSE).
For students in Class XI, topics covered in the curriculum will include money management concepts such as financial market institutions and instructions, primary markets, secondary markets, stock exchanges, regulation and analysis of financial statements.
For Class XII students, the program will cover areas such as Securities Markets in India, Stock Indices, Trading, Clearing and Settlement, Introduction to Futures and Futures, Futures Market raw materials, financial statements, regulators and the regulatory framework.
Students will be charged a fee of Rs 450 each for the program, of which Rs 150 will go to NSE for teacher training and student certification. While Rs 150 will be paid to the Goa Board for study materials and conducting the exam, the remaining Rs 100 will be retained by schools to pay fees to teachers for the program.
“Enrolled students will answer the NSE exam and successful students will receive certificates from NSE,” the Goa board said.
NSE Academy courses aim to help gain theoretical and practical knowledge of how the stock market works. The academy’s initiatives include partnering with state and national school boards and schools to deliver interactive personal finance lessons to teach school children the value of investing by introducing them to Indian capital markets. .

Sarah J. Greer