Certificate course in Basics of share market operation is designed for beginners. It gives a basic insight of stock market like primary market, secondary market, IPOs, financial ratios, various terminologies of share market, Technical Analysis of stock market, and investment decision. It is a perfect course which shall help the investor to pick the right company with the help of strong fundamental and Technical Analysis.

This course will provide knowledge about when to take a correct entry and exit through study of charts, technical indicators, and Candlestick patterns. This course is designed to present overview of share market operation. It provides a compressive analysis on investment decision and various components in share market. Two additional credits will be given to the students after successful completion of the course.

Minimum qualification is 12th Standard Pass from any stream.
(Only for the Student of K J Somaiya College of Arts and Commerce)


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Key Information


Admission :First Come first serve basis

Duration : 30 Hours (20 lectures of 90 minutes each)

Seats : 40 Maximum

Lecture Schedule: Every Friday & Saturday (Online mode)

Medium of lecture delivery : English & Hindi

Course Coordinator : Dr. Sunil Chandanshive

Learning Objectives

  • Familiarize the students with the basic terminologies of share market and its application
  • To facilitate students to identify the candlestick chart, patterns, and take investment decision.
  • Guide the students in understanding fundamental concept and technical indicators and to develop the skill to take right entry and exit of the stocks at right point of time

Learning Outcomes

After successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
  • Understand overall share market.
  • Identify the trends, support, and resistance in the Stock Market.
  • Understand how to build portfolio and investment decision in appropriate manner.
  • Develop skill of identification of candlesticks and chart patterns.


Module I: Introduction to Share Market (7 Hours) Module II: Components in Share market (6 Hours)
Savings and Investment, Types of Investments Demat Account Opening- requirement, Types of Brokers
Share: Concept and types, Participants in the Share market Stock Market Important Terminologies: Bonus share, stock split, Dividend, Market Trends, Correction, Crash, Types of Trading, Types of Order, Diversification (Building Ideal portfolio)
SEBI- Powers and functions, Capital Market: Primary Market, Secondary Market Factors affecting on the stock market
Stock exchanges in India, Index: Sensex, Nifty and Sectors indices.  
Module III: Basic of Technical Analysis (9 Hours) Module IV: Practical (8 Hours)
Types of Charts, Candle formation, Types of Candles Demat (Opening and Trading)
Types of Candlestick pattern- Single and Double Candlestick pattern How to apply for IPO
Chart Patterns- Reversal pattern and Continuation Pattern Virtual Trading
Technical Indicators-Moving averages, MACD, RSI Visit to NSE/BSE


  • Knowledge of overall all functioning of stock market in detail
  • Gaining of knowledge of fundamental and Technical Analysis
  • Additional 2 credit after successful completion of the course.
  • Improve employability of the students.
  • Expert guidance


Mr. Karan Patwa who has studied finance at the Bombay Stock Exchange Institute and has been associated with the Indian equity market and global oil and power markets, has had the experience of working for multiple Fortune 500 companies in the roles of deal desk, management consultant, and market risk specialist.

Dr. Sunil Chandanshive who works as an Assistant Professor with K. J. Somaiya College of Arts & Commerce. He has completed his Ph.D. research in Economics from Shivaji University, Kolhapur. He has specialized in Money Banking and Financial Institution. He has been in the teaching field since 2010 and having experience in stock market since 2014.

Evaluation of the Students: (60:40 patterns)

The Performance of the learners shall be evaluated into two components, by internal and external exam. The learner shall obtain a minimum of 40% marks (i.e. 16 out of 40) in internal exam and 40% marks (i.e. 24 out of 60) in the external examination. A learner needs to successfully pass both internal and external exam separately. A learner will be said to have passed the course if the learner passes in both the examinations.