Leading bourse BSE will conduct a mock trading session on Saturday to test the system performance.
The move is part of the exchange's efforts to provide its members with a robust and efficient system for trading with better features.
In three separate circulars, the exchange said it would conduct a mock trading session in currency derivatives, equity and equity derivatives segment on October 15.
Trading members using third party trading platforms can also use this opportunity to test their respective trading application during mock trading session for various functionalities (including exceptional market conditions), BSE said.
"Market participants may note that the mock trading is merely for the purpose of testing and familiarisation and that the trades resulting from such mock trading will not attract any margin obligation or pay-in and pay-out obligation and will not create any rights and liabilities," it added.
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