MCQS india - MCQS: 1. The National Stock Exchange (NSE) is...

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MCQS: 1. The National Stock Exchange (NSE) is a limited liability company owned by public sector financial institutions and now accounts for about two-thirds of the stock trading in India. a) True b) False 2. Early corporate developments in India followed which theory of corporate governance? a) Agency theory b) Stewardship theory c) Shareholder theory d) None of the above. 3. What was the major development in India in terms of Corporate Governance? a) Establishment of two stock exchange b) Giving more autonomy to National Stock Exchange c) Establishment of Securities and Exchange Board of India d) 4. Enforcement of Corporate Governance Laws in India are strictly followed a) True b) False 5. The situation worsened in subsequent decades because of ____________, ____________ and ______________ as they became the hallmarks of the Indian corporate sector. Inefficiency, corruption and nepotism
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6. Clause 49 is similar in spirit and in scope to the ; a) Sarbanes-Oxley measures in the United States
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