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What is the primary purpose of the Social Stock Exchange (SSE)?

"To provide a platform for social enterprises to raise funds"

"To regulate the stock market"

"To promote for-profit businesses"

"To facilitate international trade

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Which types of entities are eligible to list on the SSE in India?

"Only non-profit organizations"

"Only for-profit social enterprises"

"Both non-profit organizations and for-profit social enterprises"

"Government agencies

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What is a key requirement for an entity to be considered a 'social enterprise' eligible for SSE listing?

"Having a minimum annual revenue of ₹50 lakh"

"Being registered as a trust or society for at least five years"

"Demonstrating that social intent and impact are primary goals"

"Having a majority of board members with social work experience

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How does the SSE ensure investor protection?

"By guaranteeing returns on investments"

"By setting a minimum investment amount"

"By implementing safeguards and eligibility criteria to prevent fraudulent listings"

"By providing financial assistance to struggling social enterprises

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What is the key difference between the listing process for non-profit organizations (NPOs) and for-profit social enterprises (FPEs) on the SSE?

"NPOs need to register before listing, while FPEs can directly list"

"FPEs need to register before listing, while NPOs can directly list"

"Both NPOs and FPEs can directly list without registration"

"NPOs can only list on the SME platform, while FPEs can list on the main board