It became easier to invest in government bonds; Invest at home through NSE’s ‘Ya’ app


  • It is now easier to invest in government securities.
  • You can invest in government securities through NSE.
  • Central Government bonds are issued through the primary market.

New Delhi : If you are looking for investment options, you can invest in government securities through NSE. It is now easier to invest in government securities. Government of India securities are issued through the primary market through an auction conducted by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). The investor may bid under competitive bidding or non-competitive bidding on the basis of eligibility. NSE has made it easy to invest in this through their goBID app. The National Stock Exchange tweeted this information.

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The GoBid app is easy to use and efficient, NSE said in a tweet.

How to register on goBID?
– Investors wishing to invest in government securities can log on to the NSE goBID app for registration. There are some points to keep in mind for registration.

– To register on this portal, the trading member has to log in to the e-IPO platform from his current admin user.

– Then go to ‘Misc’> NCB Direct Investo tab and accept the terms and conditions.

– Only registered trending members retail investors will be able to use the mobile app / web-based platform.

– Registered trading members will be responsible for bids paid by their investors and will also be eligible for any incentive circulars issued by the Exchange / Clearing Corporation from time to time.

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How to invest?
– Now you have to follow some simple steps to invest in government bonds.

– First of all, the new investor needs to sign up and register on the NSE Go-Bid platform.

– You can then bid – Members must select the available T-bill / Bond.

– Now online payment has to be made from the bank account linked to the demat account.

– And finally the bond will be received in your demat account.

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