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Appendix – ‘C’
UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI
Revised Syllabus For T.Y. B. Com. Business Economics (Paper-III)
(With effect from the academic year 2010-2011)
International Trade and WTO and Exchange Rate Determination SECTION-I MODULE: 1 . Performance with respect to Public. New Private and Foreign Banks in the Post Reforms Period-New Technology in Banking in India. Future and Commodity Market.COMMERCIAL BANKING A) Commercial Banking-Assets and Liabilities of Commercial Banks —Trade — off between Liquidity and Profitability. (15 Lectures) MODULE: 2 .CENTRAL BANKING Changing Trends in Monetary Policy in India. Equity Market. Forward. Growth and Structure of Banking. Financial Markets.FINANCIAL MARKETS A) Money Market: Components and Features of Indian Money Market — Money Market Reforms in India. Self Help Groups and Composite Credit.SYLLABUS T. B) Capital Market: Significance in Economic Development —Capital Market Reforms . (15 Lectures) . B) Banking Sector Reforms: Measures.Y. B. Public Finance. BUSINESS ECONOMICS PAPER-III (WITH EFFECT FROM ACADEMIC YEAR 2010-11) The objective of this paper is to familiarize the students with the various aspects of Banking.Role of SEBI.COM.RBI’s Short Term Liquidity Management — Role and Performance of Micro Finance. (15 Lectures) MODULE: 3 .Role and Importance of Mutual Funds.
Foreign Exchange Market—Functions and Dealers.Spot and Forward Exchange Rates RBI’s Intervention and Foreign Exchange Rate Management (15 Lectures) .Public Expenditure: Classification of Public Expenditure. TRIMS & OATS.PUBLIC FINANCE Changing trends in Tax and Non-Tax in India . Fiscal & Primary Deficits -FRBM Act (15 Lectures) MODULE: 5 .INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND WTO Gains from International Trade .Emerging Trends in India’s BOP position since 199 I-WTO: Functions and Agreements with reference to TRIPS.Balance of Trade and Payments —Causes of Disequilibrium in BOP — Measures to Correct Disequilibrium in BOP.Public Debt: Meaning and Classification —Burden of Internal and External Debt . Budgetary.MODULE: 4 . (15 Lectures) MODULE: 6 . Causes for Increase in Public Expenditure in India .Concepts of Deficits Revenue.EXCHANGE RATE DETERMINATION Exchange Rate Determination — Purchasing Power Parity Theory.
Uma Kapila . Latest Annual Economics Surveys. 14. Datt R and Sundaram-Indian Economy Sultan Chand and Company New Delhi Latest Edition 12.Series on Indian Economy since Intendance Academic Foundation.Selective References: 1. Latest Edition 7. Monthly Issues of CMIe. Mishra and Pun . R G Lipsey and K A Chrystal -Principles of EconomicsOxford University Press 4. Latest Edition 8. Government of India.Public Finance in Theory and Practice McGraw Hill Tokyo Latest Edition 13. Dorndusch. Salvatore. De Kock M H . Pratap G Subramanyam . Latest Edition 5. Economic Survey (Latest) 15. Government of India. L M Bhole -Financial Institutions and Markets Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company —New Delhi 2.Central Banking Staples Press London 10. Musgrave R A.Modern Banking Oxford University Press. & Musgrave P G .Invest Banking An Odyssey in High Finance Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company -New Delhi 3. Government of India. R & Fisher – Macroeconomics McGraw Hill New York. Economic Journals and reports. New Delhi 9. Five Year Plan (Latest) 16. Sayers R S .International Economics John Wiley & Sons Singapore 6. Dominick .Macroeconomics for Business and Management. Finance Commission Report (Latest) . H L Abuja . Sultan Chand and Company New Delhi 11.Indian Economics Himalayan Publishing House. RBI Staff Papers.
D. B. B C. MARKS: 100 Note: 1) Attempt any Five questions by selecting Minimum TWO Questions from each section 2) Figures to the right indicate full marks.2 “Explain” Q. 1 A) B) (10) (10) (20) (10) (10) (10+10=20) Q. . C. Section —II Q.8 Write explanatory notes (Any two) A. D.3 Explain the following A) B) Q 4 Write explicatory notes (Any two) A. Section—I Q.7 “Explain” Q.Com Business Economics Paper—Ill TIME 3 HRS.Pattern of Question Paper TY B..5 A) B) (10) (10) (10) (10) (20) (10+10=20) Q 6 Explain the following: A) B) Q.