BSE partners with Dalal Street Inv. Journal to launch 'Stock Market Challenge Game'

Understanding that the most effective learning approach is via practical and simulation techniques, BSE's, BSE Training Institute Ltd. associated with DSIJ Ltd. (Dalal Street Investment Journal) to present A Stock Simulation Learning Tool ' A Stock Market Challenge Game.

Through this stock market simulation game, participants directly engage in the virtual stock market without using any real money by making decisions to buy and sell stocks to maximize profits. This learning tool picks up live feed from the exchange thereby replicating stock exchange trading scenario in real time. Every challenger is assigned Rs 10,00,000 virtual money in the beginning. The objective is to maximize this amount by intelligently and smartly investing in the Stock Market. Stock Market Challenge is free and easy to use and there are exciting prizes worth Rs 30 lac for the daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly winners.

The game is for everyone: Students, Professionals, Businessmen, Housewives, Senior citizens, etc. Keeping in mind, the various target groups and their time spent on various mediums; DSIJ has integrated the tool across 3 platforms-,, Facebook and the BSE site.

Ambarish Datta, MD and CEO, BSE Training Institute Ltd. "Our stock market business simulation learning tool allows participants to tackle real business issues, promoting behavioral change and solidifying understanding of difficult concepts. Through them, students gain experience working in real market conditions and hone their dealing and trading skills in a risk-free environment."

Rajesh Padode, MD DSIJ Ltd, "Whether you're new to the stock markets or an experienced investor, this is a powerful tool for building skill, evaluating and tuning your strategy, and gaining important investing experience. The market realism, the simplicity, the ranking, the community features makes the experience very enjoyable and educative."


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