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The programme will provide a comprehensive understanding about Capital Market.

It is ideal for those who want to begin their careers in Capital Markets.

CPCM offers a comprehensive survey of capital markets.


Course Id: CCM/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 12th Pass.

Duration: 90 Hrs.

How You will Get Diploma Certificate:

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Step 6- After Payment You will receive Study Material on your email id.

Step 7- After Completion of  Course Study give Online Examination.

Step 8- After Online Examination within 7 days you will get Diploma Certificate soft copy(Scan Copy) and Hard Copy(Original With Seal and Sign) within 30 days.

Step 9- After Certification you will receive Prospect Job Opportunities as per your Interest Area.

Online Examination Detail:

Duration- 60 minutes in each Module.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions) in each Module.
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.

Benefits of Certification:

  • Government Authorized Assessment Agency Certification.
  • Certificate Valid for Lifetime.
  • Lifetime Verification of Certificate.
  • Free Job Assistance as per your Interest Area.


Certificate in Capital Market


Introduction of Capital Market & Capital Market Instruments
Capital & Financial Market Regulation
Capital Market Analysis
Stock Market
Corporate Securities and Sources of Long term Finance
Financial Services & SEBI
Introduction of Capital Market & Capital Market Instruments

Introduction Financial System and Capital Market Instruments Capital market and Capital Market Instruments Primary market/New Issue Market/IPO Market Secondary Market/ Stock market/ Stock Exchange Depositories Private placement of Shares/ Buy back of Share Forward Contract and Future Contracts Issue Mechanism Clearing Mechanism and Settlement Mechanism Stock Market Indices, Indian Capital Market – Meaning , Functions, Intermediaries – Role of Primary Market – Methods of floatation of Capital – Abuses in New Issues market – Problems of New Issues Market – IPO’s – Investor Protection in Primary Market – Recent Trends in Primary Market – SEBI measures for Primary Market, Meaning, Nature, Functions of Secondary Market – Organisation & Regulatory framework of Indian Stock Exchanges – SEBI measures for Secondary Market – Overview of major Stock Exchanges in India, Listing of Securities: Meaning – Merits & Demerits – Listing Requirements, Procedure – Listing of rights issue – Bonus issue, further issue, listing conditions of BSE & NSE – Delisting.

Capital & Financial Market Regulation

Financial System and Capital Market Instruments, Regulation of banking & finance companies – role of Reserve Bank of India and Banking Ombudsmen; Regulation of Insurance sector by Insurance Regulation and Development Authority (IRDA), Cyber Law and regulation of e-commerce and electronic financial transactions, Contemporary issues and Development, Collective Investment Schemes, Depositories, Dematerialization of Securities, SEBI – Regulation of Market and Control, Introduction to Financial Markets, Financial Instruments and Participants, Alternative Investment Schemes and other Investment Products, Regulators and Regulations, Public Issues and Process, Trading, Clearing and Settlement.

Capital Market Analysis

Investment Analysis, Products on Stock Exchanges: Equity / Stock Markets, Basket Trading, Derivatives, Debt Markets Retail and Wholesale, Interest Rate Futures, Exchange Traded Funds, Mutual Funds (Close Ended), Risk Management System: Capital Adequacy Requirements, Intra day Trading limits, Gross Exposure Limit, Margining Procedure, Derivatives Markets: Introduction to Options and Futures, Explanation of Market Terminologies, Pay-off Structure, Basic Trading Strategies, Weekly Options, Debt Markets: Debt Products traded in Stock Exchanges, Wholesale Debt Markets, and Retail Debt Markets, Commodity Market & Trading Corporate Actions: Bonus, Rights, Dividend, Buy Back etc., Regulations to be followed by the Corporate, Impact on the Shareholders, Factors effecting investment decision in portfolio management, Investment strategy, Use of matrix approach in investment decisions, Role of Mutual Fund in financial market Advantage of investment in mutual fund, Regulations and operations, Investors right and obligation, Cost of Finance And Financing Structures, Risk and Return, Stock Market Efficiency, Investment Analysis, Capital Asset Pricing Model vs Market Models, Products of Stock Exchanges, Derivatives Markets.

Stock Market

Stock exchange: organization-membership-governing body – Bombay stock exchange and National Stock Exchange: functions, trading volumes, Over the Counter Exchange of India (OTCEI): Progress and Functions, Primary market – Functions of primary market – issue mechanism – Procedure of IPO, Price Band, Participants, Prospectus, Listing of Securitas: procedure, annual return filing to stock exchange by share listed companies, Secondary market : Objectives, functions of secondary markets, stock broking, e-broking, depository system-functions and benefits stock market trading, Index, SENSEX, NIFFTY, Intraday Trading, Delivery Trading, – Derivatives trading.

Corporate Securities and Sources of Long term Finance

Ownership securities – equity shares: characteristics, advantage and disadvantages, preference shares: characteristics, advantage and disadvantages, Companies Act (Amendment) 2013, Creditor’s securities- debentures: characteristics, classification, procedure of issuing debentures and Bonds, Company Deposit, The dividend decision: Background of dividend policy, Theories of dividend, Trend in dividend distribution in India, Measures of dividend policy, dividend yield and dividend Payout, Characteristics of short term finance – short term needs, sources of short term finance, role of working capital, best management practices of working capital Financing of working capital – trade creditors, bank credit.

Financial Services & SEBI

Credit rating: meaning and need, various credit rating agencies in India, Foreign institutional investment (FII), Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), Hedge funds, Offshore funds, Mutual funds: Meaning, functions-Types-Open and closed ended funds income funds balanced fund, growth fund-index fund, Portfolio management: meaning and services, Merchant banking and underwriting, collecting bankers : meaning, functions ,and services rendered, Background, Establishment, functions, powers, achievements and Regulatory aspects, recent changes & emerging trends, SEBI approved Financial adviser: Role and Functions.