However, if you are someone looking to invest in shares in India, and are just starting off, the first question in your mind would be Well here is a guide to get started in Share market investment in India.
Jut stand in a crowd and utter the words “aaj market kaisa hai? ), and there will be opinions pouring in from all directions.
There is also a Depositary Participant that you need to be aware of.
There are two depositories in India: NSDL and CDSL which stands for National Securities Depository Limited and Central Depository Services Limited.
Also the first thing you will need to be able to invest in shares in India is a PAN card, so get it first.
You and I cannot directly go the stock exchange and buy or sell stocks/shares like we would buy or sell any other thing.
The selling will also be from here and it will reflect in your Demat statements that you receive from time to time.