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CSE INSTITUTE OF CAPITAL MARKET

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CSE INSTITUTE OF CAPITAL MARKET

  1. 1. CSE INSTITUTE OF CAPITAL MARKET CSE Institute of Capital Market, Education & Training Wing of Cochin Stock Exchange, set up to impart education and training in the field of Securities Market, conducts courses relevant to the Capital Market and the Financial Sector including intensive regular courses and short term courses. We also have the infrastructure and the facility to guide students undertaking projects related to the Capital Market and Financial Sector. NCFM – National Stock Exchange’s Certification on Financial Market Module 1: Capital Market (Dealers) Module:- Trading –Systems & methodology order & trade management, Clearing & Settlement – settlement process, securities & fund settlement , risk management, back office operations, Trading Membership – eligibility criteria, broker-sub broker-client relationship, Legal Framework – Acts, Rules & Regulations governing capital markets, Overview of the Indian Securities Market – markets segment, products & participants, Fundamental Valuation Concepts – statistical concepts, understanding financial statements. Module 2: Derivatives Market (Dealers) Module – Introduction to Derivatives, Market Index, Introduction of Futures and options, Pricing Futures, Using Futures on Individual Securities, Pricing Options, Using Index Options, Using Stock Options, Trading, Clearing & Settlement, Regulatory Framework. Module 3: NSDL Depository Operations Module: Account Opening, Transmission & Nominations, Demat, Trading & Settlement, pledge and Hypothecation, Stock Lending & Borrowing, Corporate Actions, Public Issue, Debt instruments and Govt. Securities. Module 4: Commodities as per syllabus BCFM - BSE’s Certification on Financial Market Module 1. Securities Market (BCSM) : Trading, Clearing & Settlement, Trading Membership, BSE induces, Regulating Frame work etc.) Module 2. Central Depository (BCCD) Module 3. Derivatives (BCDE) (Fee: Rs.2500 Excluding Exam.Fees)
  2. 2. SHORT TERM COURSES: Sl Courses No 1 BASIC COURSE ON STOCK MARKET (I DAY) Free Primary Market-Book Buildings-IPO—Secondary Market-Clearing & Settlement-Depositors—Demerilsation. 2 ADVANCED COURSE ON STOCK MARKET (4 DAYS) Rolling Settlement—Mutual funds-Surveillance—inspection of brokers’ books—code of conduct of brokers and sub brokers—Investor Grievance – introduction of Derivative and Debt markets. 3 BASIC PROGRAM ON DERIVATIVES (10 DAYS) Nature of financial derivatives including futures and options—Principles of trading and Hedging with index Futures, Index Options—Stock Future and Stock Options—Risk management system—Margin and Producers— Regulatory Frame work 4 TECHNICAL ANALYSIS (3 DAYS) Concepts—Support Resistance –Chart Type—Dow Theory—Patterns— Candle Sticks-Moving Average—Oscillators—Elliot Wave theory-Anglicizing and Designing a trading frame work-Trading Psychology. 5 FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS (5 DAYS)Industry and Company Analysis— Interpretation of Financial Statements-Ratio Analysis—Interpretation of Cash Flow Statements—Fund Flow Statements –Economic Value added and Market Value added—Time Value of Money Valuation Equity and Market Dynamics. 6 MUTUAL FUNDS (5 DAYS) Regulatory Frame Work—Portfolio Management-NAV Pricing –Valuation- Accounting & Taxation – Financial Planning –SIP- Model Portfolio— Product Mix—Investment Philosophy—Risk management—Marketing- Distribution –Investor Services and AMFI code of Conduct. 7 DAY TRADING (5 DAYS) Objectives –What is day trading—What is the need of day trading—Specific Features—preliminary steps in day trading—Difference between day trading and speculations---Basic Principle of day trading—Developments of day traders 8 EQUITY ANALYSIS (10 DAYS) Economic Analysis—Industry Analysis—Company Analysis measuring Earnings, Forecasting Earning, applied Valuation—Technical Analysis— Portfolio Analysis—Portfolio Selection—Capital Market Theory—Managed portfolios –performance measurements
  3. 3. Certification Course on Capital Market Students joining the one year Certification Course will also appear for two NCFM Examinations. CMCC SYLLABUS 1. NCFM - Capital Market Dealer Module – Trading – systems & methodology, order & trade management, Clearing & Settlement – settlement process, securitites & fund settlement, risk management, back office operations, Trading Membership – eligibility criteria, broker – sub broker – client relationship, Legal Framework – Acts, Rules & Regulations governing capital markets, Overview of the Indian Securities Market – markets segment, products & participants, Fundamental Valuation Concepts – statistical concepts, understanding financial statements. 2. NCFM - Derivatives Market - Introduction to derivatives, Derivative products, Econimic function of the derivative market, Participants and functions,Trading mechanism, Market Index, Types of indexes, Applications of index, Introduction to futures and options, Applications of futures and options - Hedging, Speculation, Arbitrage, Trading – Futures and options trading system, Entities in the trading system, Basis of trading, Corporate hierarchy, Order types and conditions, The trader workstation, Basket trading, Futures and options market instruments, Contract specifications, Clearing & settlement - Clearing mechanism, Settlement mechanism, Risk management, Regulatory framework – Regulation for derivatives trading, position limits, Reporting of client margin, Accounting for futures, Accounting for equity index options and equity stock options, Taxation of derivatives transaction in securities. 3. NCFM - Depository - Overview of capital market, Overview – NSDL, Business partners of NSDL, NSDL application software, Service standard, Benefits and safety, NSDL charge structure, Account opening, ransmission and Nomination, Dematerialisation, Trading and Settlement, Pledge and hypothecation, Stock Lending and Borrowing, Corporate Actions, Public Issues, Debt Instrument and Government Securities, 4 Equity analysis - Economic Analysis, Industry Analysis, Company Analysis-Measuring, Earnings, Company Analysis -Forecasting Earnings, Company Analysis-Applied Valuations, Technical Analysis, Efficient -market theory, Portfolio Analysis, Portfolio selection, Capital market Theory, Managed portfolios and Performance measurements. 5. Back office - Books of accounts, Records & documents, Integrated Financial accounting solutions for traders, Practical training. 6. Tax implications - Income tax act 1961, Definitions, Basic of charges, Heads of income,ServiceTax. 7. Day trading - Objectives, What is day trading, What is the need of day Trading, Eligibility criteria for trading training, Specific features, Preliminary steps in day trading, Difference between day trading & speculations, Characteristics of day trading, Basic principle of day trading, Developments of day traders. 8.General Economics - Transition of Indian economy :Concepts of Economy, Capitalism -Socialism-mixed economy - protected economy, Indian economy - preindependence, demographic problems, Social & religious problems,trends in national income, industrialisation, liberalization, globalization. Consumerism, competition. Growth period: The inevitable growth process, industry, agriculture, Infrastructure, GDP, NNP, GNP. Budget: Policy implementation,
  4. 4. 11. Mutual Funds: The concept & role of Mutual funds, History of Mutual funds in India, Types of Mutual funds, Fund structure & constituents, The offer document, The key information memorandum, Selecting the right investments products for investors, Comparison of investments products, Measuring of risk in Mutual funds, Recommending model portfolio & selecting the right funds. 12. Insurance: Purpose & need of insurance, Role of insurance in the development of the economy, Fundamental principal of life insurance, Traditional products, Insurance documents, Underwriting, Claims, Procedure for becoming an agent. 13 Technical Analysis 14 Derivatives Strategies Duration: One year with 6 months practical training.

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