Securities Markets Overview

This module develops on the Financial Market Beginner’s Module. It discusses the issues relating to different areas of securities market in greater depth and detail than the Financial Market Beginner’s Module. In addition, the course helps understand the securities market structure and government securities market.


Securities Market Module Fees
  • Module Fees GST @ 18% Total Fees
    1700 306 2006

     Total Fees : Rs.2006/- (Rupees Two Thousand and Six Only). inclusive of GST.

Who will benefit Securities Market Module course?
  • Students
  • Investors
  • Employees of Broker and Sub-brokers
  • Depository Participants employees
  • Employees of Mutual Funds
  • Employees of Research Houses/Analysts/Researchers
  • Employees of BPOs/IT Companies
  • Anybody having interest in the Securities Market
Why should one take this course?
  • To understand the various products, participants and the functions of the securities market.
  • To understand the market design of Primary Market & Secondary Market.
  • To understand the government securities market.

About Us

A bond, sometimes called a debenture, is a debt instrument, which is a promise to repay a debt. Stocks and bonds are traded on markets. A securities market is a market where securities are traded either on physical or electronic exchanges. Securities markets are generally divided between stock markets and bond markets.

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Securities Market Syllabus 

CHAPTER 1: Primary Market

  • Book building
  • Credit rating
  • Merchant banking
  • Online IPOs
  • Demat issues
  • Private placement
  • Virtual debt portals
  • ADRs/GDRs
  • Other regulations
  • Public issues
  • Euro issues
  • Debt issues
  • Collective investment vehicles viz., MFs, VCFs, CISs.

CHAPTER: 2 Secondary Market

  • Membership
  • Listing
  • Trading and settlement mechanism
  • Technology
  • Trading rules – Insider Trading
  • Unfair trade practices
  • Takeovers
  • Buy back
  • Turnover
  • Market capitalisation
  • Prices
  • Liquidity
  • Transaction costs
  • Risk management
  • Indices

CHAPTER 3: Government Securities Market

  • Indian  debt  market;
  • Primary  market;
  • Secondary  market-NDS;
  • NDS-OM;  CCIL;
  • Wholesale debt market (WDM) segment of NSE.

CHAPTER 4: Derivatives Market

  • Products,
  • Participants  and  functions;
  • Trading  mechanism;
  • Membership;
  • Contract  specification;
  • Clearing  & Settlement;
  • Open interest;
  • Implied  interest  rate;
  • Implied  volatility;
  • Risk management; Debt derivatives.

CHAPTER 5: Mathematics and Statistics

  • Measures of central tendency;
  • Return and Risk