About BSE - Certificate Programme on Capital Markets (CPCM) Course
Here are the details of BSE - Certificate Programme on Capital Markets (CPCM) Course including duration, Eligibility, Admission Criteria, Fees and Syllabus.
To increase the efficiency of the participants associated with the capital market and to enable them to keep pace with the changing environment
Introduction to the Capital Market, Availability of International Finance to Domestic Companies, Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization and their relevance to the Indian Economy, Macro Economic Fundamentals & their relation with the Capital Markets, Stock Exchanges, GDP, Population, Sectors of Economy, Random Walk Theory & Efficient Market Theory
SEBI Act & Rules (Primary Market), Project Appraisal, Project Finance, Pricing & Valuation of Equity, Economic Analysis, Industry Analysis, Company Analysis, Listing on BSE, Public Issues, Underwriting, Private Placement of Shares & Bought-out Deals, Book Building, Merchant Banking in respect to Mergers & Acquisitions, Mutual Funds.
Trading, Settlement & Surveillance, BOLT, Derivatives ( Futures & Options ),Index Futures, Index Options, Stock Futures & Stock Options, Depositories & Dematerialisation, Rolling Settlement, SEBI Act & Rules (Secondary Markets), Income Tax, Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, Role of Derivatives in Banks and Risk Management.
The Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act 1956, (Rules, Bylaws & Regulations), Companies Act, Rules for FII & NRI Investments, MRTP Act, Consumer Protection Act, FERA FEMA & Money Laundering Act, Corporate Governance
OTHER CAPITAL MARKET RELATED AREAS
Fundamentals Analysis, Indices, Technical Analysis, Personal Investment, Money & Debt Market, Credit Rating, Securitisation of Assets, Foreign Exchange Market & Forfeiting, Leasing & Factoring, Buyback of Shares, EVA, Role of Banks in the Capital Market
Stock Brokers, Sub-brokers, Investment Consultants, Portfolio Managers, Depositories, DPs, Banks, Insurance Companies, Mutual Funds, Custodians, Clearing houses, Financial Institutions and Management Students
Graduate, in any stream.
DURATION & TIMINGS
3 months (Monday to Friday, Part-Time)
6.00 pm to 7.30 pm
EXAMINATION PLAN & CERTIFICATION
The passing of the examination shall entitle the candidates to receive BSE CPCM Certificate, which will be awarded by the University of Mumbai.
CPCM is divided into two semesters. BTI shall conduct two tests semester-wise of 100 marks each with 40% weightage to each test and 20% weightage to attendance, projects, etc. aggregating 100 marks. 1/2 mark shall be deducted for each wrong answer in the respective test.
CPCM shall be awarded to only those participants who obtain a minimum of 50% marks (including the marks reserved for attendance). A gold medal shall be given to the participant who secures the highest marks.
BTI may issue the Participation Certificates on request from the participants who obtain less than 50% marks and who remain present for a minimum 75% of the total sessions conducted during the entire course.
However, no certificates shall be given to any participant who secures less than 50% marks and remains present for less than 75% of the total sessions conducted during the entire course.
Participants who secure less than 50% marks but would like to get BTI's Certificate for successful completion of the programme shall need to appear for both the tests conducted in the subsequent batches of the same programme by paying an examination fee of Rs. 750.00 + 10.30% (Service Tax + Education Cess) per attempt. BTI shall include the respective participant's marks for attendance obtained during the batch of his admission for arriving at his total marks in the subsequent attempts. It shall be the responsibility of such participants to enquire with BTI about the subsequent programmes and their test dates.
Rs. 14175.00 + 10.30% (Service Tax + Education Cess) per participant, inclusive of course material and tuition fees.
About the College
BSE has carved out a unique position among stock exchanges in the world in respect of knowledge development and management. It set up an exclusive training facility way back in 1989 which has now emerged as the leading facility in financial and securities market training in India.
BTI currently offers 36 courses, conducted over 180 programmes attended by over 8,200 participants a year. Participants are not only from all over the country but also from South Asia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa. BTI also conducts various customised programmes for leading corporate and financial institutions.
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