Indian Coast Guard Recruitment for Navik (General Duty) 2017
General Knowledge for all competitive Exam Must visit GujaratGk.com A mutual fund company is an investment company that receives money from investors for the sole purpose to invest in stocks, bonds, and other securities for the benefit of the investors. A mutual fund is the portfolio of stocks, bonds, or other securities that generate profits for the investor, or shareholder of the mutual fund.
Name of Post: Navik (General Duty)
Educational Qualification: 10+2 passed with 50% marks aggregate in total and minimum 50% aggregate in Maths and Physics from an education board recognized by Central/State Government.
New Job Update Online Application, Call Letter, Answer Keys and more Must Visit GuujaratiEducation.in A mutual fund allows an investor with less money to diversify his holdings for greater safety and to benefit from the expertise of professional fund managers. Mutual funds are generally safer, but less profitable, than stocks, and riskier, but more profitable than bonds or bank accounts, although its profit-risk profile can vary widely, depending on the fund’s investment objective.
Age limit: Minimum & Maximum age limit is 18 to 22 years between 01 Aug 1996 to 31 July 2000 (Both dates inclusive).
Selection Process : Final Selection will be based on Short-listing criteria will be based on higher percentage, written test and Physical Fitness Test (PFT).
How to Apply : Interested and eligible candidates can apply online for above said posts.
Important Date :
- Online Application Start Date : 24-12-2017
- Online Application Last Date : 02-01-2018
Technology Updates Most mutual funds are open-end funds, which sells new shares continuously or buys them back from the shareholder (redeems them), dealing directly with the investor (no-load funds) or through broker-dealers, who receive the sales load of a buy or sell order.The purchase price is the net asset value (NAV) at the end of the trading day, which is the total assets of the fund minus its liabilities divided by the number of shares outstanding for that