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Course Code Course Title Course Planner Lectures Tutorials Practicals Credits

FIN501 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 14120::Sumit Goyal 4.0 1.0 0.0 5.0

Course Category Courses with numerical and conceptual focus

TextBooks

Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name

T-1 Financial Management Srivastava R, Misra A 2nd 2011 Oxford Higher Education

Reference Books

Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name

R-1 Financial Management I M Pandey 10th 2011 Vikas Publication

Other Reading

Sr No Journals articles as Compulsary reading (specific articles, complete reference)

OR-1 Mian Sajid, Working Capital Requirements & determining Factors in Pakistan, ICFAI Journal of Applied finance, Vol 15, No 4, April 2009 ,

OR-2 Amitabh Gupta, Capital Expenditure & the market value of the firm, ICFAI Journal of Applied Finance, Vol 15, No 12, Dec 2009 ,

OR-3 The Finance Function in Global Corporation, Mihir A Desai, Harvard Business Review, July- Aug 2008 ,

OR-4 A new approach to funding social enterprises by Antony Bugg-Levine, Harvard Business Review, January-February 2012 ,

OR-5 Do you know your cost of capital? By Michael T. Jacobs & Anil Shivdasani, Harvard Business Review, July- August 2012 ,

OR-6 Identifying firm capital structure by Bo Becker, Harvard Business Review, Nov 2011 ,

Relevant Websites

Sr No (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) Salient Features

RW-1 http://pages.stern.nyu.edu/~adamodar/New_Home_Page/PVPrimer/pvprimer.htm A Primer on the Time Value of Money - For Basics of Time Value of

Money

RW-2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJCiEIqAxbs Video on Working Capital Management Principal and Approaches

RW-3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJMad7KTpaw Video on NPV

RW-4 http://www.learnerstv.com/video/Free-video-Lecture-7148-Management.htm Video on role of Finance and the Financial Manager

RW-5 http://www.learnerstv.com/video/Free-video-Lecture-7152-Management.htm Videos on Time value of money

RW-6 http://www.learnerstv.com/video/Free-video-Lecture-7153-Management.htm Videos on Capital Expenditure Analysis

RW-7 http://www.learnerstv.com/video/Free-video-Lecture-7154-Management.htm Capital Expenditure Risk Analysis

RW-8 http://www.learnerstv.com/video/Free-video-Lecture-7156-Management.htm Risk and Return Video Lecture

RW-9 http://www.learnerstv.com/video/Free-video-Lecture-7160-Management.htm Financing Decisions Video

RW-10 http://www.learnerstv.com/video/Free-video-Lecture-7161-Management.htm Corporate Financing Overview Video Lecture

RW-11 http://www.learnerstv.com/video/Free-video-Lecture-7164-Management.htm Dividend Policy Video Lecture

RW-12 http://www.learnerstv.com/video/Free-video-Lecture-7165-Management.htm Capital Structure Video Lecture

RW-13 http://www.learnerstv.com/video/Free-video-Lecture-7166-Management.htm Lease Financing Video Lecture

RW-14 http://www.learnerstv.com/video/Free-video-Lecture-7157-Management.htm Discount Rate Determination Video Lecture

RW-15 http://www.learnerstv.com/video/Free-video-Lecture-7158-Management.htm Project Discount Rate Video Lecture

Week

Number

Lecture

Number

Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections

of Text/reference

books

Other Readings,

Relevant

Websites, Audio

Visual Aids,

software and

Virtual Labs

Lecture Description Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool

Demonstration/ Case

Study / Images /

animation / ppt etc.

Planned

Week 1 Lecture 1 Financial Management-

Introduction(Objective and scope)

T-1:1

R-1:1

RW-10 Introduction of financial

Management, objectives

and scope

Student will learn about

the

relationship between

financial objectives and

organizational strategy.

Discussion using the

Power Point

Presentation.

Lecture 2 Financial Management-

Introduction(Financial goal- Profit

Maximization vs. Wealth

Maximization)

T-1:1

R-1:1

OR-3 Financial Goals, Conflict

between financial Goals

Student will learn about

the agency problem

arising from the

relationship between

shareholders and

managers

Discussion through

article and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 3 Finance function(Investment

Decision)

T-1:1

R-1:1

RW-5 Investment Decision and

the impact of the same

on the market value of

the firm.

Student will learn the

role of capital

budgeting decision in

the financial

management.

Discussion using the

Power Point

Presentation.

Finance function(Financing

Decision)

T-1:1

R-1:1

RW-9 Finance Decision and

impact of the financial

decision on the market

value of the firm.

Student will learn about

how the finance can be

raised for firm.

Discussion using the

Power Point

Presentation.

Detailed Plan For Lectures

LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks)

Weeks before MTE 7

Weeks After MTE 7

Spill Over 4

Week 1 Lecture 4 Source of Finance(Long term

Source of Finance)

R-1:20/23/27 Use of sources of finance

for long term and the

implication of the same

in financing decision.

Students will learn

about the financial

products and services

available for long term

financing.

Discussion using the

Article and Power

Point Presentation.

Week 2 Lecture 5 Source of Finance(Short term

Sources of Finance)

R-1:20/23/27 Use of sources of finance

for short term and the

implication of the same

in financing decision.

Students will learn

about sources of short

term financing.

Discussion using the

Power Point

Presentation.

Lecture 6 Source of Finance(Leasing as a

Source of Finance)

R-1:20/23/27 RW-13 Leasing and venture

capital as a source of

finance

Students will learn that

about modern sources

of finance as leasing

and venture capital.

Discussion using the

Power Point

Presentation.

Source of Finance(Venture capital) R-1:20/23/27 OR-4 Leasing and venture

capital as a source of

finance

Students will learn that

how leasing and

venture capital is a

source

of finance

Discussion through

Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 7 Concept of Time Value of Money

(Present & future value of

annuities & Single Amount)

T-1:4

R-1:2

RW-1 Lecture 7. Introduction

to the concept

Lecture 8. Future Value

of the money for Lumps

um and Annuity.

Lecture 9,10 . Present

value of the money for

Lumps um and Annuity.

Lecture 7. Students will

learn that how the time

value of money is

useful for investment

purpose.

Lecture 8. Students will

Learn the use of

compounding

techniques in the

financial management.

Lecture 9, 10. Students

will learn the use of

discounting techniques

in the financial

management.

Discussion through

numerical problems

and power point

presentation.

Lecture 8 Concept of Time Value of Money

(Present & future value of

annuities & Single Amount)

T-1:4

R-1:2

RW-1 Lecture 7. Introduction

to the concept

Lecture 8. Future Value

of the money for Lumps

um and Annuity.

Lecture 9,10 . Present

value of the money for

Lumps um and Annuity.

Lecture 7. Students will

learn that how the time

value of money is

useful for investment

purpose.

Lecture 8. Students will

Learn the use of

compounding

techniques in the

financial management.

Lecture 9, 10. Students

will learn the use of

discounting techniques

in the financial

management.

Discussion through

numerical problems

and power point

presentation.

Week 3 Lecture 10 Concept of Time Value of Money

(Present & future value of

annuities & Single Amount)

T-1:4

R-1:2

RW-1 Lecture 7. Introduction

to the concept

Lecture 8. Future Value

of the money for Lumps

um and Annuity.

Lecture 9,10 . Present

value of the money for

Lumps um and Annuity.

Lecture 7. Students will

learn that how the time

value of money is

useful for investment

purpose.

Lecture 8. Students will

Learn the use of

compounding

techniques in the

financial management.

Lecture 9, 10. Students

will learn the use of

discounting techniques

in the financial

management.

Discussion through

numerical problems

and power point

presentation.

Lecture 11 Concept of Time Value of Money

(Perpetuity)

T-1:4

R-1:2

RW-14 Perpetuity and

Calculation of EMI's

Students will learn how

to calculate the EMI's

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 12 Cost of Capital(Concept and its

Significance)

T-1:13

R-1:9

OR-5 Introduction and

Relevance

Students will

understand the

importance of cost of

capital in a firm

Discussion through

article the Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 9 Concept of Time Value of Money

(Present & future value of

annuities & Single Amount)

T-1:4

R-1:2

RW-1 Lecture 7. Introduction

to the concept

Lecture 8. Future Value

of the money for Lumps

um and Annuity.

Lecture 9,10 . Present

value of the money for

Lumps um and Annuity.

Lecture 7. Students will

learn that how the time

value of money is

useful for investment

purpose.

Lecture 8. Students will

Learn the use of

compounding

techniques in the

financial management.

Lecture 9, 10. Students

will learn the use of

discounting techniques

in the financial

management.

Discussion through

numerical problems

and power point

presentation.

Week 4 Lecture 13 Cost of Capital(Measurement of

cost of capital of various source of

funds i.e. Equity Shares,

Preference Shares, Debentures,

Retained Earnings)

T-1:13

R-1:9

Calculation of cost of

capital of various source

of funds with and

without tax

1. Equity Shares

2. Preference Shares

3.Debentures

4. Retained Earnings

Students will learn how

to calculate the cost of

different sources of

finance

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Week 4 Lecture 14 Cost of Capital(Measurement of

cost of capital of various source of

funds i.e. Equity Shares,

Preference Shares, Debentures,

Retained Earnings)

T-1:13

R-1:9

Calculation of cost of

capital of various source

of funds with and

without tax

1. Equity Shares

2. Preference Shares

3.Debentures

4. Retained Earnings

Students will learn how

to calculate the cost of

different sources of

finance

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 15 Cost of Capital(Measurement of

cost of capital of various source of

funds i.e. Equity Shares,

Preference Shares, Debentures,

Retained Earnings)

T-1:13

R-1:9

Calculation of cost of

capital of various source

of funds with and

without tax

1. Equity Shares

2. Preference Shares

3.Debentures

4. Retained Earnings

Students will learn how

to calculate the cost of

different sources of

finance

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 16 Cost of Capital(Weighted Average

Cost of Capital)

T-1:13

R-1:9

Calculation of weighted

average cost of capital as

per market value and

book value

Students will learn that

how to do

trade off between the

different sources of

finance to reduce the

overall cost of capital

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Week 5 Lecture 17 Leverage(Operating Leverage) T-1:17

R-1:14

Meaning, calculation and

implication of the

operating leverage

Students will come to

know about operating

leverage

and their impact on the

earnings and capital

structure

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 18 Leverage(Financial Leverage) T-1:17

R-1:14

Meaning, calculation and

implication of the

financial and combined

leverage

Students will come to

know about Financial

and combined leverage

and their impact on the

earnings and capital

structure

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 19 Leverage(Combined Leverage) T-1:17

R-1:14

Meaning, calculation and

implication of combined

leverage.

Lecture 19 is planned

for contingency and

revision

Students will come to

know about Financial

and combined leverage

and their impact on the

earnings and capital

structure.

Discussion using the

Power Point

Presentation.

Lecture 20 Capital Structure Decision

(Introduction,

Factors Effecting capital structure

decision)

T-1:16

R-1:15

RW-12 Meaning, Introduction

and Factors Effecting

capital structure decision

students will be able to

grasp the basic

knowledge which they

should consider while

designing capital

structure of the firm

Discussion through

Power Point

Presentation

Week 6 Lecture 21 Homework,Test1

Week 6 Lecture 22 Capital Structure Decision

(Theories of Capital Structure)

T-1:16

R-1:15

Theories of capital

structure.

1. Net Operating

approach

2. Net operating income

approach

3. Traditional Approach

4. Modigliani and Miller

approach

Students will

understand that how

debt equity mix have a

impact on the value of

the firm

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 23 Capital Structure Decision

(Theories of Capital Structure)

T-1:16

R-1:15

Theories of capital

structure.

1. Net Operating

approach

2. Net operating income

approach

3. Traditional Approach

4. Modigliani and Miller

approach

Students will

understand that how

debt equity mix have a

impact on the value of

the firm

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 24 Capital Structure Decision

(Theories of Capital Structure)

T-1:16

R-1:15

Theories of capital

structure.

1. Net Operating

approach

2. Net operating income

approach

3. Traditional Approach

4. Modigliani and Miller

approach

Students will

understand that how

debt equity mix have a

impact on the value of

the firm

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Week 7 Lecture 25 Capital Structure Decision

(Theories of Capital Structure)

T-1:16

R-1:15

Theories of capital

structure.

1. Net Operating

approach

2. Net operating income

approach

3. Traditional Approach

4. Modigliani and Miller

approach

Students will

understand that how

debt equity mix have a

impact on the value of

the firm

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 26 Capital Structure Decision

(Optimum Capital Structure,

Understanding debt and equity

mix)

T-1:16

R-1:15

OR-6 Use of debt along with

equity and other sources

of finance

Students will learn that

how to design the

optimum capital

structure for the firm

which will maximize

the value of the firm

Discussion through

article the Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 27 Capital Structure Decision

(Optimum Capital Structure,

Understanding debt and equity

mix)

T-1:16

R-1:15

OR-6 Use of debt along with

equity and other sources

of finance

Students will learn that

how to design the

optimum capital

structure for the firm

which will maximize

the value of the firm

Discussion through

article the Power Point

Presentation

Week 7 Lecture 28 Capital Structure Decision

(Optimum Capital Structure,

Understanding debt and equity

mix)

T-1:16

R-1:15

OR-6 Use of debt along with

equity and other sources

of finance

Students will learn that

how to design the

optimum capital

structure for the firm

which will maximize

the value of the firm

Discussion through

article the Power Point

Presentation

MID-TERM

Week 8 Lecture 29 Capital budgeting(Meaning and

Process)

T-1:11

R-1:8

RW-6 Introduction and process

of capital budgeting

Students will learn the

role of capital

budgeting in the

investment decision

Discussion through

article and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 30 Capital budgeting(Traditional

Methods of analyze capital

budgeting decisions)

T-1:11

R-1:8

Traditional(Non-

Discounting) methods of

capital budgeting

Payback period, Rate of

return or accounting rate

of return.

Students will

understand the various

traditional techniques of

evaluation of

investment proposals

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 31 Capital budgeting(Traditional

Methods of analyze capital

budgeting decisions)

T-1:11

R-1:8

Traditional(Non-

Discounting) methods of

capital budgeting

Payback period, Rate of

return or accounting rate

of return.

Students will

understand the various

traditional techniques of

evaluation of

investment proposals

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 32 Capital budgeting(Discounting

methods of analyze capital

budgeting decisions)

T-1:11

R-1:8

RW-3 Discounting methods of

capital budgeting i.e. Net

present value, Internal

rate of return,

Profitability index,

Discounted pay back

period.

Students will

understand the various

discounting techniques

for evaluation of

investment proposals

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Week 9 Lecture 33 Capital budgeting(Discounting

methods of analyze capital

budgeting decisions)

T-1:11

R-1:8

RW-3 Discounting methods of

capital budgeting i.e. Net

present value, Internal

rate of return,

Profitability index,

Discounted pay back

period.

Students will

understand the various

discounting techniques

for evaluation of

investment proposals

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 34 Capital budgeting(Simulation

Analysis)

T-1:12

R-1:8

RW-7 Risk management

techniques of capital

Budgeting i.e Simulation

and Scenario analysis.

Students will learn that

how to manage risk in

investment decision

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Capital budgeting(Scenario

Analysis)

T-1:12

R-1:8

RW-15 Risk management

techniques of capital

Budgeting

Students will learn that

how to manage risk in

investment decision

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 35 Capital budgeting(Sensitivity

Analysis)

T-1:12

R-1:8

OR-2 Risk management

techniques of capital

Budgeting i.e sensitivity

analysis.

Risk management

techniques of capital

Budgeting

Discussion through

article the Power Point

Presentation

Week 9 Lecture 36 Risk and return analysis(Risk

Measurement)

T-1:5

R-1:4/5

RW-8 Different types of risk

Systematic and

unsystematic risk

Students will learn that

how to measure the risk

and return in financial

management

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Risk and return analysis(Beta -

Meaning and Calculation)

T-1:5

R-1:4/5

Different types of risk

Systematic and

unsystematic risk

Students will learn that

how to measure the risk

and return in financial

management

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Week 10 Lecture 37 Risk and return analysis(Standard

Deviation as a measure of risk)

T-1:5

R-1:4/5

Calculation of standard

deviation and beta

Students will learn that

how to measure and

calculate the risk and

return in financial

management

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 38 Management of Surplus; Dividend

policy(Retained earnings and

Dividend policy)

T-1:18

R-1:17/18

Meaning and relevance

of dividend decision.

lecture 38 is planned for

contingency and revision

Students will learn

about the relevance of

dividend decision.

Discussion using the

Power Point

Presentation.

Management of Surplus; Dividend

policy(Forms of dividend)

T-1:18

R-1:17/18

RW-11 Introduction, forms of

dividend role of dividend

decision in the financial

management

Students will learn

about the relevance of

dividend decision for

the value of the firm

Discussion using the

Power Point

Presentation.

Lecture 39 Management of Surplus; Dividend

policy(Theories of dividend)

T-1:18

R-1:17/18

Relevance and

Irrelevance theories of

dividend

Students will learn that

how dividend decision

can impact on the value

of the firm

Discussion through

Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 40 Management of Surplus; Dividend

policy(Theories of dividend)

T-1:18

R-1:17/18

Relevance and

Irrelevance theories of

dividend

Students will learn that

how dividend decision

can impact on the value

of the firm

Discussion through

Power Point

Presentation

Week 11 Lecture 41 Management of Surplus; Dividend

policy(Theories of dividend)

T-1:18

R-1:17/18

Relevance and

Irrelevance theories of

dividend

Students will learn that

how dividend decision

can impact on the value

of the firm

Discussion through

Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 42 Working Capital Management- I

(Concept and significance)

T-1:29

R-1:27

RW-2 Introduction,

significance, Factors

affecting working capital

Financing of working

capital is already

discussed under the short

term sources of finance.

Students will learn the

concept and role of

operating cycle in short

term decision.

Discussion through

Power Point

Presentation

Working Capital Management- I

(Financing of Working Capital

Needs)

T-1:29

R-1:27

Introduction,

significance, Factors

affecting working capital

Financing of working

capital is already

discussed under the short

term sources of finance.

Students will learn the

concept and role of

operating cycle in short

term decision.

Discussion through

Power Point

Presentation

Week 11 Lecture 42 Working Capital Management- I

(Factors affecting Working Capital

Requirements)

T-1:29

R-1:27

OR-1 Introduction,

significance, Factors

affecting working capital

Financing of working

capital is already

discussed under the short

term sources of finance.

Students will learn the

concept and role of

operating cycle in short

term decision.

Discussion through

article the Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 43 Working Capital Management- I

(Determining working capital

requirements)

T-1:29

R-1:27

Estimation of working

capital

Students will learn that

how to find the working

capital requirement for

the future

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 44 Working Capital Management- I

(Determining working capital

requirements)

T-1:29

R-1:27

Estimation of working

capital

Students will learn that

how to find the working

capital requirement for

the future

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Week 12 Lecture 45 Working Capital Management- I

(Cash Management- Models and

Cash Budget)

T-1:24

R-1:30

Lecture 45 Meanings,

Motives and Principles

of cash management

Lecture 46 Baumols

Model, Miller and Orr

Model of cash

Management

Lecture 47 Cash budget

Lecture 45 Students

will learn that what

should be the optimum

level of cash in working

capital management

Lecture 46 Students

will learn that and how

to find optimum cash

balance.

Lecture 47 students

will learn how to

prepare cash budget for

future requirement.

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 46 Working Capital Management- I

(Cash Management- Models and

Cash Budget)

T-1:24

R-1:30

Lecture 45 Meanings,

Motives and Principles

of cash management

Lecture 46 Baumols

Model, Miller and Orr

Model of cash

Management

Lecture 47 Cash budget

Lecture 45 Students

will learn that what

should be the optimum

level of cash in working

capital management

Lecture 46 Students

will learn that and how

to find optimum cash

balance.

Lecture 47 students

will learn how to

prepare cash budget for

future requirement.

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Week 12 Lecture 47 Working Capital Management- I

(Cash Management- Models and

Cash Budget)

T-1:24

R-1:30

Lecture 45 Meanings,

Motives and Principles

of cash management

Lecture 46 Baumols

Model, Miller and Orr

Model of cash

Management

Lecture 47 Cash budget

Lecture 45 Students

will learn that what

should be the optimum

level of cash in working

capital management

Lecture 46 Students

will learn that and how

to find optimum cash

balance.

Lecture 47 students

will learn how to

prepare cash budget for

future requirement.

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 48 Homework,Test3

Week 13 Lecture 49 Working Capital Management- II

(Inventory Management- Meaning,

Techniques of Inventory

Management.)

T-1:22

R-1:29

Meaning, Motives

Models for Inventory

Management like EOQ,

ABC, JIT, VED

Student will learn the

basic issues in

inventory management

and the underlying

principles that guide

management of

inventory

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 50 Working Capital Management- II

(Inventory Management- Meaning,

Techniques of Inventory

Management.)

T-1:22

R-1:29

Meaning, Motives

Models for Inventory

Management like EOQ,

ABC, JIT, VED

Student will learn the

basic issues in

inventory management

and the underlying

principles that guide

management of

inventory

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 51 Working Capital Management- II

(Inventory Management- Meaning,

Techniques of Inventory

Management.)

T-1:22

R-1:29

Meaning, Motives

Models for Inventory

Management like EOQ,

ABC, JIT, VED

Student will learn the

basic issues in

inventory management

and the underlying

principles that guide

management of

inventory

Discussion through

Numerical problems

and Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 52 Working Capital Management- II

(Receivable Management-

Meaning and Credit Policy)

T-1:23

R-1:26

Introduction, Credit

Policy, Factoring

Students will learn

about the credit policy

and its constituents and

role of factoring in

management of

receivables

Discussion through

Power Point

Presentation

Week 14 Lecture 53 Working Capital Management- II

(Receivable Management-

Meaning and Credit Policy)

T-1:23

R-1:26

Introduction, Credit

Policy, Factoring

Students will learn

about the credit policy

and its constituents and

role of factoring in

management of

receivables

Discussion through

Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 54 Contemporary Issues related to

Financial Management(EVA)

T-1:10 Meaning and implication

Economic value added.

lecture 54 is planned for

contingency and revision

Student will learn the

role of EVA in financial

Management.

Discussion using the

Power Point

Presentation.

Week 14 Lecture 55 Contemporary Issues related to

Financial Management(MVA)

T-1:10 Meaning and Implication

of Market Value added

Student will learn the

role of MVA in

financial Management

Discussion using the

Power Point

Presentation.

Lecture 56 Contemporary Issues related to

Financial Management(Corporate

Governance)

T-1:10 Implication of Corporate

Governance in Financial

Management.

Student will learn the

role of corporate

governance in financial

management.

Discussion through

Power Point

Presentation

SPILL OVER

Week 15 Lecture 57 Spill Over

Lecture 58 Spill Over

Lecture 59 Spill Over

Lecture 60 Spill Over

Scheme for CA:

Component Frequency Out Of Each Marks Total Marks

Homework,Test 2 3 10 20

Total :- 10 20

Details of Academic Task(s)

AT No. Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task

(group/individuals/field

work

Evaluation Mode Allottment /

submission Week

HW1 To check the

practical learning

regrading the

concepts of financial

management

A specific company like ITC or Reliance Industries etc has to be

allotted to the group.

Students will analyze the whole financial structure of the

company as per the movement of course by using the last five

years data. They have to incorporate the following points

(1) A brief profile of the company with the thought of

management (vision and mission).

(2) Analysis of the sources of Finance of the company and their

relevant mix for the last five year.

(3) They have to make a comparative study of their cost of capital

in comparison with any one peer company in last five year and

the suggestion where the cost control is required and how it can

be achieved.

(4) To diagnose the whole capital structure and relevance of the

structure model as fitted.

(5) Students are required to have an understanding and

recommendations as far the capital budgeting decisions of the

companies are concerned

Group 1)Content of the

report-5 Data

Application-5

Analysis-5

Recommendations-

5 2) Viva Concept

clarity-10

Student'shold on

report/in depth

awareness of the

subject given in the

report by all the

members

2 / 11

Test1 To check the

understanding of the

students in regrads

to numerical ability

6 questions of 5 marks each or in multiples of 5.

The syllabus of the test will be time value of money, cost of

capital and leverage.

Individual All questions of 5

marks each or in

multiples of 5.

Marks should be

alloted as per the

answer and thier

should be step

marking

2 / 6

Test2 To check the

understanding of the

students in regrads

to numerical ability

6 questions of 5 marks each or in multiples of 5. The syllabus of

the test will be capital budgeting, working capital estimation, cash

budget and cash models.

Individual All questions of 5

marks each or in

multiples of 5.

Marks should be

allotted as per the

answer and their

should be step

marking.

7 / 12

Plan for Tutorial: (Please do not use these time slots for syllabus coverage)

Tutorial No. Lecture Topic Type of pedagogical tool(s) planned

(case analysis,problem solving test,role play,business game etc)

Tutorial1 Discussion on the Current issues related to Financial

Management to build the base for the students

Role Playing

Tutorial2 Role of Finance Manager, Sources of Finance Problem Solving

Tutorial3 Time Value of Money Problem Solving

Tutorial4 Cost of Capital Problem Solving

Tutorial5 Leverage Problem Solving

Tutorial6 Capital Structure Problem Solving

Tutorial7 Revision Problem Solving

After Mid-Term

Tutorial8 Capital budgeting Problem Solving

Tutorial9 Capital budgeting and risk management techniques Problem Solving

Tutorial10 Dividend policy Problem Solving

Tutorial11 Estimation of Working Capital Problem Solving

Tutorial12 Cash Budget and Cash Models Problem Solving

Tutorial13 Inventory Management Problem Solving

Tutorial14 Revision Problem Solving

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