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Institute of Economics & Finance will conduct following course Duration Nature Intake Eligibility S.No. Course 1. Ph.D (Banking 2-5 Yrs. Regular 5 PG with 55 % in Economic and Finance) Mgt./Finance /Tourism/ Economics 2. M. Phil in Economics 1 Yrs. Regular 20 MA Eco 55 % M.Com / MFC/ MBEF 3. M.A.E.( Master of 2 Yrs. Regular 60 Graduate in any Stream Applied Economics) in IInd Div. 4. M.B.E.(Master of 2 Yrs. Regular 60 Graduate in any Stream Business Economics in IIns Div. 5. M.F.C (Master of 2 Yrs. Regular 60 Graduate in any Stream Finance Control) in IIns Div. 6. MBA(Finance 2 Yrs. SFS 60 Graduate in any Stream Management) in IIns Div. Approved by AICTE 7. B.Com (Hons) 3 Yrs SFS 60 10+2 in Commerce/ Science PCM group only with minimum 50% marks 8. P.G. Diploma in 1 Yrs. SFS 30 Graduate in any Stream Financial Management in IIns Div. 9. P.G. Diploma in 1 Yrs. SFS 30 Graduate in any Stream Business Management in IIns Div. Note: 1. 5% Relaxation SC/ST/Physically challenged as per state government norms/University Policy. 2. Reservation as per university policy.
2. ADMISSION PROCESS
Strictly as per Merit, or as per policy of Institute and the University, from Year to Year and Head of the Department will also take his decision for filling full intake by direct admission process if seats remain vacant.
3. ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISON/INTAKE/FEE (a) Minimum qualification required for admission to these courses is bachelor's degree (10 + 2
+3) in any discipline, with a minimum 45% or 50% of aggregate marks from an University or Institute in India or abroad, recognized by this University with a relaxation of 5 % to candidates, belonging to SC/ST candidates. Other reservation shall apply as per Govt, order.
(b) Those appearing in the final year of qualifying examination shall also be eligible to apply,
provided that they have to submit specific proof of having passed the final year examination, with minimum requirement, at the time of personal interview, if qualified and called for.
(c) All candidates granted admission will be admitted provisionally to semester I / 1st year,
subject to the satisfactory verification of their testimonials and eligibility criteria, by the Director or HOD of Institute. Any discrepancy, if found, will render the candidate ineligible and the provisional admission shall stand cancelled and the university and Institute shall not be liable to refund the fee deposited by the candidate.
(d) Admission to under graduate shall be given by direct admission process only. 4. The COURSE FEE and the examination fee shall be as decided by the University from time
to time and will have to be deposited at the time of admission. H.O.D. will define the fee Break up decided by University.
5. METHOD OF TEACHING in the program me will consist of a combination class lectures by the departmental faculty, in house visiting faculty and the visiting faculty from other academic and practicing organizations /institutions, and seminars and case studies etc. Quality study material will also be supplied besides audio-Visual teaching methods and educational tours of the practicing organisations in the field. 6. MEDIUM of instructions and examinations shall be, English, except in MAE & M.Phil where a candidate may take up examination in Hindi also. 7. MINIMUM ATTENDANCE requirement; to become eligible to appear in the examination, is 75% of all class lectures, seminars, lests, tours and project work taken together for all
papers and also each paper separately provided that (a) a shortage upto 20% may be condoned by the IJOD.
8. There shall be two UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS in case of semester program and one examination in case of Annual Programme each year normally on completion of 90 days semester or 180 days annual work, inclusive of theory, practical’s, seminars, sessional, educational tours, but exclusive of project work. The one will be held around DECEMBER which shall be the main examination for semester I and III and supplementary /Back paper for sem II and IV. The other will be held around MAY which shall be the main examination for semester, II and IV and supplementary / Back paper for sem. 1 and III and Annual Exam for Annual. Special Back Paper Examination can be conducted by HOD. 9. MINIMUN PASS MARKS, which an examinee must obtain, in order to pass in semester exam. Shall be 40% of the maximum marks, separately in each theory paper, viva, project, sessional and 50% of the maximum in aggregate of each semester, in case of semester courses, in case of annual Courses, minimum pass marks shall be 36% of the aggregate. 10. AN EXAMINEE WHO FAILS TO SECURE MINIMUM PASS MARKS, in not more Y than half of the theory paper and lor in the aggregate in both semester shall-be declared eligible to appear in back paper/ supplementary. Such candidates may be admitted provisionally to the next higher semester, subject to their clearing the backlog, as provided herein afterward. 11. A student shall be allowed to avail two CHANCES TO CLEAR THE BACK LOG to (ie to ^ appear in two subsequent examinations in continuation) provided at no student will be promoted to sem. Ill/next year if he has (a) a backlog of more than 50% of the theory, of sem. I and II taken, together/ 1st year on declaration of result of sem. II / 1st year and (b) not submitted his project assignment. However Head of the Department may recommend failure student to Vice Chancellor for special permission of Back paper of full Examination. 12. Students who are DECLARED FAILED or not fulfilling conditions in Para 10 and 11 above may be allowed to REAPPEAR; in subsequent examination, as an EX-STUDENT without undergoing a repeat regular course study. They shall be required to appear and clear only those papers, practicals, Viva, Projects, in which they could not secure minimum pass Marks in the aggregate of the semester concerned. The marks in already cleared shall be carried over; as such. However incase of Annual Courses candidate failed will have to reappear in all papers in subsequent examinations. Result & confidential awards shall be kept in University confidential section and registrar or controller of examination shall declare al results. 13. SESSIONAL marks (30) in each paper shall be divided, and follows: (a) Three shall be 3 (three) class tests of 20 marks each, taken by the teacher in each paper, An average of marks obtained in three (ie total of marks obtained in three tests/3) shall be deemed marks obtained out of 20 marks. However HOD May decide other policy.
17. Fees once paid shall not be adjusted during such subsequent admissions.P./ MAE/PGDBM/PGDFM/ M. not however. project. (iii) SECOND DIVISION on securing 50% or more but less than above. A candidate who has DISCONTINUED THE COURSE during any semester/ year may on recommendation of HOD. Third Division 40 % & above in aggregate. . MAXIMUM TENURE for a candidate to stay in the course shall not be more than 5 years from the session of initial admission to the course & 7 Year for Under Graduate course. sessional. taking aggregate of total marks obtained in all Semester Examination.) (a) No division will be awarded in the 1st year and incase of B. in accordance with following scales. (iv) THIRD DIVISION shall not be awarded & candidate shall be eligible for Back Paper or Fail (ii) MAE/ B. in a subsequent year. Programs.Com (Hons.Com Hon. class participation conduct and discipline and shall be awarded by the class teacher concerned in view of the overall performance of the student. (c) First Div . HOD may ask any teacher to coordinate the Viva 15. Second Div.(b) 10 marks shall be attributed to the class attendance. Up to Ilnd Year.60% & above. COMPREHENSIVE VIVA will be held jointly by the HOD and one or two external experts to be appointed by the University.D. concerned.)/ BBF(Hon. ' (i) FIRST DIVISION WITH DISTINCTION. .G. (b) Successful candidates at the final semester examination shall be placed in the division. Above rules are subject to AMENDMENTS by appropriate authorities from time to time. 18. 16. . without appearing in any supplementary examination. on securing 75% or more clearing all papers.O.Phil (a) No division shall be awarded up to the examination of Illrd semester. viva. beyond a gap of 3 (three) years under the condition that the maximum period to stay in the course exceed 5 years from the session of initial admission. be permitted by the Vice .Chancellor to take readmission to the course at the beginning of the semester. as decided by the University & H. of all semesters. practicals. 14.e. (ii) FIRST DIVISION on securing 60% or more but less than above. RESULT AND DIVISIONS (1) MBEF/ MFC/ MBA Finance/ MMEM. and marks shall be awarded by them jointly out of the total marks of 100 only.48 % & above. as and when deemed "necessary and such amendments shall become effective for all or specific batches from the date./ Director. in the first attempt i.
As per syllabus of 1 year with two semester and Dissertation.Phil Economics.G Diploma courses norms of Institute of Management studies. (4) M. .(3) PGDBM/ FM There shall be two semesters of three papers each of 100 marks with 70+30 break up candidate will be passed as per P.
Some seats are reserved for Industry Sponsored/NRI/NRI Sponsored/Foreign Candidates etc. They will be admitted on the basis of interview. Fees i. Preparation and declaration of merit list Merit list will be prepared centrally by the University Admission committee/department. Course: Master of Business Administration (Finance Management) (FM) B. Reservation will apply as per rules Head may consider relaxation of minimum eligibility percentage in special cases if seat are available. Medium of Instruction and Examinations: English D. E.Com.A.Syllabus MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION [FINANCE MANAGEMENT] MBA (FM) A. However. Head of the will also prepare a list of candidates for direct admission and admission shall be given on merit basis if seats are vacant. Rules for refund of fees: As per university norms Course structure I. Duration: Two years full time (each year having two semesters) C. B..) B. held by a selection committee constituted by the competent authority of Bundelkhand University consisting of Head & two teachers of the department. they must meet the eligibility criterion as in (a) above. ii. Procedure of admission Should have qualified the admission test /Interview/group discussion conducted by UPMCAT/ MAT/ Bundelkhand University or any other norms prescribed by Bundelkhand University in this regard from time to time. Note: a) b) C) 5% relaxation to SC/ ST in minimum eligibility marks. (Pass or Hons..Sc. B. Part I . Eligibility for Admission i. The course work shall be divided into two parts as given below: Semester I Semester 11 July to November December to April F.Tech or its equivalent degree recognized from any recognized University with a minimum fourty five (45%) marks. iii. Tuition fees with full details of subheads: As Prescribed by University authority ii. B. Minimum eligibility with relaxation A candidate shall be eligible for admission to Master of Finance and Control (MFC) course if he/she has obtained bachelor's degree.
duly counter signed by the officer. the attendance requirement for appearing in the examinations shall be a minimum of 75% of the classes actually held. and no individuals notice shall be sent to students 1f a student is found to continuously absent from the classes without in1lorl-nation 11or a period of 30 days. (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) . provided the application for condonation of attendance. II. However. duly certified by Registered Medical Practitioner and supported by documentary evidence is submitted within 7 days from the recovery. is sent to the I lead of Department within two weeks of time after the function/ activity. The semester wise course outline. The statements of attendance of students shall be displayed on the Department's Notice Board at the end of each month and consolidated attendance before the conclusion of each semester as given in the University Calendar. Notices displayed of the Notice Board shall be deemed to be a proper notification. internal assessment and marks in semester examinations are listed below. irrespective of the number of contact hours. Attendance on account of participation in the prescribed functions of NCC. The teacher in . The course content is given in the syllabus G. In order to maintain the attendance record of a particular course. to account for the late joining or other such contingencies. NSS Inter. Examination i) Minimum Attendance (a) All students must attend every lecture and practical class.SUMMER TRAINING Part 11 Semester III Semester IV May to June (two months) July to November December to April I. total marks allocated each paper. The HOD will issue letter a notice to such students. A students with less than 75% attendance of the lectures and practical in each subject/Course shall be detained from appearing in the semester examination. the teacher in charge shall report it to the HOD. etc.University sports. every scheduled practical class will count as one attendance unit. During an academic year a candidate shall be enrolled only for one course of study and shall not appear at any other examination of this or another University. The Head of the department may consider application for the condonation of attendance up to 5% on account of sickness or any other circumstances. a roll call will be taken by the teacher in every scheduled lecture and practical class. A copy of the same shall be send to the head of the Department for record. For the purposes of attendance. provided the attendance record. in charge. as to why his/her admission will not be cancelled.charge will consolidate the attendance record for the lectures and practical for each student. educational tours/field work assigned by the university to students shall be credited to the aggregate.
term papers and viva voce. (iii)The scheme of evaluation of project studies shall be as follows : (a) For paper MBA (FM) . b) There shall be three test in each course in each semester. (ii) The internal assessment marks shall be based on factors such as : a) b) c) d) Participation in seminars. d) Consolidated marks of various components of evaluation shall be maintained by the teacher concerned and the same will be notified at the end of the semester. final project study shall commence from third Semester and the report should be submitted towards the end of fourth semester. a project report based on the summer training will have to be submitted within three weeks from the commencement of third term. quizzes. Class room participation and attendance. The written part for each of the project studies shall account for 70% of marks and the Viva. Submission of written assignments. Course instructors shall do the evaluation and marks will be notified within a week of such test. Issuance of admit cards The admit cards for the semester exams shall be issued at least 5 days before the commencement of each semester examinations after clearance of al I dues. However.402) of which 30% of marks should be for internal assessment and remaining % of marks be for written examination.Voce to be conducted by a duly constituted examination board for the remaining 30% of marks. (b) Paper MBA (FM) . Class tests and oral presentations.402.304. presentations and viva. The weight age given to each of these factors shall be decided and announced at the beginning of the semester by individual faculty member responsible for the paper. case discussions assignment. it is up to the individual faculty member to announce the date for tests or conduct them without prior announcement. c) Internal assessment for 10 marks shall be done by course instructor based on the classroom performance of the students including class attendance and class participation.(g) A students detained on account of attendance will be re-admitted to the same class in the next academic year on payment of current fees except Enrolment fee. The duration of written examination for each paper shall be three hours. ii) iii) Evaluation (i) Each paper will carry 100 marks (except paper MBA (FM) . iv) Internal Assessment (a) Internal assessment for 30 marks in respect of theory papers will be based on classroom test.voice examinations etc. a) Passing marks for internal assessment is 40% for each subject. case discussions and group work activities. identity card 1ec and security deposits after seeking permission of the Head. .
vi) Declaration of results and award of degree. subject to their clearing the backlog. practical and pro etc) secured by the candidate in the I & 11 year examinations. (i) A student who is required to seek re-admission for whatever reason will be required to appear for internal assessment afresh.maximum number of chances a.IV if he/she fails in more than four (4) papers of the preceding three semesters taken together. having passed whole of the examination in first attempt shall be declared to have obtained Distinction in that course(s) vii) Back paper and improvement. (b) No candidate shall be promoted to MBA(FM) Semester-11 if he/she fails in more that three (3) papers of MBA(FM) Semester . f) Candidates who fail in internal assessment /found absent in any paper will not be allowed to appear in external examination of that particular paper. Distinction 75% and above I Division 60% and <75% 11 Division 50% and <60% Fail Less than 50% (b) Candidates securing 75% or above marks in any course (s) and. An examinee who fails to secure minimum pass marks in not more than half of the theory paper and/or in the aggregate shall be declared eligible to appear in back paper. (d) No candidate shall be promoted to MBA(FM) Semester . .e) The internal assessment marks shall be submitted through Head of the Department to the Registrar at the end of the semester. Such student shall seek re-admission in III semester in the next academic session as a regular student. (e) After the declaration of the IV semester results if a candidate fails in any paper taking all the four semesters together he/she will have to reappear in these papers in convened semester in next academic year as an ex student along with the next batch. Such student shall seek re-admission in Ist semester in the next academic session as a ex-students student. (a) The result of the successful candidates shall be classified at the end of the final year of examination on the basis of the aggregate of marks of all subjects (theory. as indicated below. V) Qualifying Promotion Criteria (a) A candidate who fails to secure 75% attendance in any course during a particular semester will have to seek re-admission. (c) A candidate may be promoted to Final Year if he/she has secured at least 50% marks in Semester I and Semester II taken together. as provided herein afterward. Such candidates may be admitted provisionally to the next higher semester.I Examination. (h) A candidate who has to reappear (as an ex-student) in the examination will retain the marks of internal assessment.
A regular student will be allowed to reappear in any paper in any semester. Students who are declared failed on not fulfilling conditions in para viii (a) and viii (b) above may be allowed to reappear. However the total number of attempts for a paper shall not exceed four during the span period of the programme. However in case of Annual Course candidate failed will have to reappear in all papers in subsequent examination. Details syllabus: Please refer the following enclosure . Not submitted his project assignment. They shall be required to appear and clear only those paper. Backlog of more than 50% of the papers of semester I and 2nd semester together. iv) The degree shall be awarded to successful students on the basis of the combined results of first year and second year examinations as follows: Securing 60% and aboe 1st Division All other 2nd Division v) A student to be eligible for award of degree has to clear all the papers offered during two year programme within the span period. Reevaluation.b. Span Period i) The span period of the programme is four years from the data of registration in the programme. As regards the ex-students. ii. as such. ii) The minimum marks for passing the examination for each semester shall be 45% in each paper and 50% in aggregate for all the course of the semester. iv. The papers in which transferee students had passed (minimum 40% in each papers and aggregate 50% will be waived. H. scruting and moderation of results shall be conducted as per the general policy of the University. The previous institutions should be recognized by Bundelkhand University. Inter University transfer is subject to permission from the competent authority from both the institutions. 1. they will be allowed to re-appear in papers only in the April/ May Semester examination subject to total number of attempts for a paper not exceeding four during the span period of the programme. to appear in two subsequent examinations in continuation) provided that no student will be promoted to third semester/ final year if he has i. Marks of subjects. ii. practical. in which they could not secure minimum pass marks and /or in any paper in case of having failed to secure minimum pass marks in the aggregate of the semester concerned. A student shall be allowed to avail two Chance to Clear the Backlog (ie. This is subject to our minimum eligibility criteria as mentioned above (Refer Para D) iii. Inter University Transfer i. iii) To be eligible for promotion to the second year of the programme a student must clear successfully at least 12 papers out of the 16 papers offered during first year of the programme. c. viva Projects. already cleared shall be carried over. in subsequent examinations as an ex-student. Re-examination A candidate who has secured minimum marks to pass in each paper has not secured the minimum marks required to pass in aggregate for the semester concenred may take reexamination in not more then two papers to obtain the aggregate percentage required to pass the semester.
MBA (FM) . Course Contents Concepts and Techniques . group decision making.P.Binomial.returns to scale. and their managerial application.I: MBA (FM) . is in their applications in business decision making. Normal and Exponential. Frequency Distribution and their Analysis. Systems and contingency approach for understanding organizations. Time Series Analysis and Forecasting. income and substitution effects.108 MBA (FM) . Course Contents Mathematical basis of managerial decision: Functions .: QUANTITATIVE METHODS Objectives The objective of the Paper is to make the students familiar with some basic statistical and linear programming techniques.demand functions. Attitudes. Introduction to some Basic Quantitative Methods Packages. Perceptions. Organizational design and structure. Learning. Understanding and Managing Individual behaviour Personality. Leadership and Influence process. Emphasis is given to changes in the nature of bushiness firms in the context of globalization. Linear Programming . Understanding and managing group processes Interpersonal and group dynamics applications of emotional intelligence in organizations. communication. Markov Chains & their applications. The rain focus. MBA (FM) -103: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS Objectives The Objectives of this paper is to acquaint the participants with concepts and techniques used in Micro-Economics. social Responsibility of Business.Basic concepts. decision-making. functions.Applications of Functions-Some special Functions.Nature of business. theory of Demand . managerial processes. however. Production and Cost . correlation and Regression Analysis. Duality. Solution Methods.101: MANAGEMENT PROCESS AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR Objectives The objectives of this paper is to familiarize the student with basic management concepts and behavioral processes in the organization. revealed preference approach and demand forecasts. optimization. Understanding and Managing. Model Formulation. . Course Contents Evolution of management thought. & G. marginal analysis. Theory and to enable them to apply this knowledge in business decision-making. Matrics.101 TO MBA (FM) . Work stress. Values. Individual decision making and problem solving. cost curves. skills and roles in an organization.SEMESTER . A. Probability Theory and Probability Distributions . Work Motivation. organizational system.102.P. Poisson.
ownership and control. non-price competition. Effective Communication skill. Legal aspects of Business communication. Science and Human Values.Fossil Fuels use. MBA (FM) . Ecosylem Concepts. concept and Measurement of National Income. Forest & Biodiversity Management: Water Resources. Pollution & Waste Managements . Do's and Don'ts of Business writing. Trade in Wastes. Energy production and trade. Determination of National Income Consumption Function. Industrial Ecology and Recycling Industry.GNP and GDP . inspire them and enlist their activity and willing cooperation in the performance of their jobs. Writing Business reports. Balance of Payments. Energy Balance. Need for Values in Global Change . Basic concepts and their application in Business.Indian Perspective. Approaches to Corporate Ethics: Bio-ethics. Personal Growth and Lessons from Ancient Indian Educational System. Course Contents Importance and nature of business communication. PIL. Dams and their role. monopoly. Debt and Environment. Fiscal impact and Investment. CPI. Values for managers. Relevance of Values in Management. Indian Insight into TQM.104 ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT Environmental Management: Fundamentals . Environmental Laws. Theory of Firm . Trans-cultural Human Values in Management Education. public speaking. Oral Communication presentations of reports.sustainable Development. sales maximization organizational slack. Money Supply and Monetary Policy Fiscal Policy.Gross Domestic Savings . Implications of human population growth. IPRS. Acts. Energ~ Management: Fundamentals . Role of Biodiversity in International Trade. Secular Versus Spiritual Values in Management.profit maximization. MBA (FM) .Gross Domestic Capital Formation WPI. Commercial letters. and negotiations. Indian Heritage in Production and Consumption.break-even analysis. Forest products and Trade. Barriers and gateways in communication. Holistic Approach for Managers in Decision Making. Work Ethos. Limits to growth. Role of NGO's. and Inflation .Aggregate Consumption . MBA (FM) .106: INDIAN ETHOS AND VALUES Model of Managements in the Indian Socio-Political Environment.Air. Environmental Managements. Patents. Market Structure -competition. . Oligopoly. Water. GATT/ WTO Provisions. Synthesis of Monetary and Real Factors.Employment. Problems Relating to Stress in Corporate Management .Indian Perspective. Environment and Business Schools. Land Pollution. Teaching Ethics. Water. Macro Economics Aggregates and Concepts . process of communication.105: MANAGERIAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT Objectives The paper aims to equipped the students with the necessary techniques and skills of communication to inform others.
Performance Budgeting. Management of Data Processing Systems in Business Organizations . Programming Concepts. Data Communications. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Importance and Scope. Basics of Data Processing. Zero Base Budgeting. Networking -LAN & WANs.Computers in Business. Modes of Data Proceeding. components of a Computer system. Overhead Cost and control. Application Portfolio Development. MBA (FM) . Data Base Functions in spreadsheet.Concept. Introduction to a Micro Data Base Manager. Formulas. Marginal Costing and Absorption Costing.Output Analysis. Cost Ledger and Control Accounts.107: ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS Objectives The basic purpose of this course is to develop an insight of postulates. Range. Relevant Cogting and Costing for Decision Making. Preparation of Financial Statements with special reference to analysis of a Balance Sheet and Measurement of Business Income. Indian Computing Environment. Use of Files in Programming. Input.108: COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN MANAGEMENT Objectives The objectives of this Paper include developing an appreciation of different software and hardware systems available in the industry among the participants and build up the experience of computer usage in business organizations with specific reference to commercial data processing systems.Concept. Budget and Budgetary control. Creation of spreadsheet applications. Data Files Types/ Organizations. The Statement of Cash Flows. Personal Computer in Business. Introduction to a spreadsheet software. PC-Software Packages . master & Transaction File. Disk Operating System and windows. Need. Presentation Graphics . Software Development Process.Process. financial Statement Analysis. Importance and Scope. elements of Computer System Setup. Data Hierarchy & Data File Structures. Generations of computers and Computer languages. Functions. Text Processing Software. Cost Accounting . principles and techniques of accounting and utilization of financial and accounting information for planning. Report Generation & Label Generation. File Design & Report Designing.MBA (FM) . Reconciliation and Integration between Financial and Cost Accounts. Flow Charting. Graphics on spreadsheet. Funs Flow Analysis.Creating a Presentation on a PC. Standard Costing and Variance Analysis. Course Contents Financial Accounting . Job and Process Costing.An Introduction .Computer Software Systems. Course contents Computers . Relevance of Data Base management Systems and Integration of Applications. Management Accounting . Program Development Cycle. decisionmaking and control. Inventory Valuation and Depreciation.Records and Processes.An Introduction.
203: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Objectives In a complex world of industry and business.201 TO MBA (FM) . Organizational Learning. Skills of Change Agent.202: MANAGEMENT SCIENCE Objectives The Objectives of this paper is to develop an understanding of basic management science techniques and their role in managerial session making. Employee Welfare. Inter group Behaviour and Collaboration. Integer Programming Branch and Bound algorithm. Manpower Training and Development~ Performance Appraisal and Potential Evaluation. Industrial Relations & Trade Unions. Conflict and Negotiation. Methods of Manpower Search. Goal Programming. Simulation.SEMESTER. PERT/CPM. Attracting and Selecting Human Resource% Induction and Socializing. Course Contents Concepts and Perspectives on Human Resource Management. Transportation and Assignment models including Transshipment and Routing Problems. The Process of Empowerment. Job analysis and Role Description. Course Contents Management Science .II MBA (FM) . Job Evaluation & Wage Determination. Career and Succession Planning. The Objectives of this paper is to sensitize students to the various facets of managing people and to create an understanding of the various policies and practices of human resource management.Basic concepts and its role in decision making. Human Resource Management in a Changing Environment. Power and Politics. MBA (FM) . Decision Theory and Decision Trees. . management of Gender Issues. Course contents An Overview of Concepts of Organizational Change. Game Theory. Organizational Climate and culture. Cross-Cultural Dynamics. Inventory Management Techniques.201 : ORGANIZATION EFFECTIVENESS AND CHANGE Objective To familiarize the students with basic organizational processes to bring about organizational effectiveness and change. MBA (FM) . Effectiveness and Development. Creativity and Innovation. Employee Empowerment. business Ethics and Corporate Governance. sensitivity Analysis.208 MBA (FM) . queuing Theory. Corporate Objectives and Human Resource Planning. Dispute Resolution & grievance management. organizational efficiency is largely dependent on the contribution made by the members of the organization.
Valuation and Rates of Return.In Batch/ Job Order manufacturing. Consumerism. Evaluation and control of marketing efforts.Equipment. Line Balancing . management of Working Capital . Optimum Capital Structure.MBA (FM) . Financial analysis and Control. Organising and implementing marketing in the organisation. Product decisions . cooperation and conflict management. Course contents Nature and scope of marketing. Time Value of Money. Internal Financing and Dividend Policy. Corporate orientation towards the market place.. strategies and issues involved in the marketing of products and services. scheduling and control of Production and Operation functions in both manufacturing and services.204: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Objectives The purpose of this paper is to acquaint the students with the broad framework of financial decision making in a business unit. vertical marketing implementation and systems. Methods of Capital Budgeting. Course Contents Nature and Scope of Production and Operations Management. Course Contents Aims and Objectives of Financial Management. Green marketing. product life cycle. cost of Different Sources of Raising Capital. Channel management . Understanding consumer and Industrial markets. the Marketing environment and Environment scanning.205: MARKETING MANAGEMENT Objectives The purpose of this paper is to develop and understanding of the underlying concepts. Financial Modeling.selection. Material Handling Principles . short-term Financing Investments.Globalisation. Market segmentation. Legal issues. Effective and efficient flow. New issues in marketing . Types of Manufacturing Systems & Layouts. Weighted Average Cost of Capital. Investment and Capital Structure Decisions.Cash.product mix. Cost volume-Profit Analysis. Sales promotion. Targeting and positioning. Instruments of Long Term Finance. branding and packaging decision. Productivity improvement in operations through layout engineering and quality management etc.206: PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Objectives The Course is designed to acquaint the students with decision making in: Planning. Operations decisions -Production Planning and Control In Mass Production . Promotion mix. Pricing methods and strategies. Receivables and Inventory Management. MBA (FM) . new product development. Advertising. replenishment and control of materials with reference to both manufacturing and services organizations. MBA (FM) . Capacity Planning - . Promotion decisions. Layout Planning and Analysis. publicity and personal selling. Marketing information system and Marketing research. Operating and Financial Leverage.Problems. Facility Location.
Administration of Surveys. Questionnaire Design.Exploratory. Influence on Trade and Investment Patterns. JIT.Models. Method Study. maintenance Management.Bayesian Decision Theory.Use of SPSS and other Statistical Software Packages. Course Contents Nature and Scope of Research Methodology. Research Process. Material Planning and Inventory Control. MBA (FM) .Work Study.. Recent World Trade and Foreign Investment Trends. Course Contents International Business: An overview . Motivational Research Techniques. Research Applications MBA (FM) . Problem Formulation and Statement of Research Objectives. Balance of Payments Accounts and Macroeconomic Management. Attitude Measurement Techniques. Stores management. Determination . Advanced techniques for Data analysis . Multidimensional Scaling and Clustering Methods. Selecting an Appropriate Statistical Technique.Maintenance Management Concepts . total quality management. ISO-9000. Research Designs .Scheduling.208: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AND MANAGEMENT Objectives The primary Objectives of this paper is to acquaint the students to emerging global trends in business environment. Safety Management.207: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Objectives To equip the students with the basic understanding of the research methodology and to provide an insight into the application of modern analytical tools and techniques for the purpose of management decision making.Industrial Safety. Discriminate Analysis. Analysis of Data . Work Environment . Field work and Tabulation of Data. Value and Cost of Information . Organisation Structure of Research. The Human Cultural environment. Work Measurement. theories and Institutions. Materials Planning Budgeting and Material Requirement Planning.Aggregate Planning. material management: An Overview of Material management. Process Planning . Conjoint Analysis. Purchase management. Sample Design. Work Sampling. Factor Analysis. Quality Assurance Acceptance Sampling.Government Influence on Trade Investment. Descriptive and Experimental Research Designs. Statistical Process Control. Trade and Investment .Types of International Business. The Economic and Political Environment. the External Environment.ANOVA. Methods of Data Collection Observational and Survey Methods.
Stock Markets. Foreign Exchange Market mechanism. International production. Offshore Financial Centers. Globalization and Social responsibility. consortium Approaches. Issues in Asset Protection. Tariff and Non-Tariff Barriers. Negotiating an International Business. global Competitiveness. External Relations Approach. Internationalization of Service Firms. Interdependence and Dependence. globalization and Human Resource Development.of Trading Partner's Independence. Regional Blocks. Licensing. WTO. Country Evaluation and Selection. Cross-national Cooperation and Agreements. International Banks. Operation Management in International firms. Joint Ventures Technology and Global Competition. Euro-currency Market. International Business Diplomacy. Multilateral Settlements. Determinants of Exchange Rates. World Economic Growth and the Environment. Non-Banking Financial Service Firms. Export management. World Financial Environment. World Financial Environment. .
relevance of relational data base designing in DSS.of DSMS. SWOT Analysis. Construction a DSS: Steps in designing a OSS identification of decision.301 : BUSINESS POLICY AND STRATEGIC ANALYSIS Objectives The Objectives of this paper is to develop a holistic perspective of enterprise. building . building of MSMS .DSS generators . implementation. Mission. Managerial Decision Making: Decision making process problem solving techniques how decisions are being supported . risk structure OR models. Model Base management system: Types of models function. time certainty. Course Contents The Indian Contract Act. Vision. Void Agreements. The Negotiable Instruments Act. Course Contents Managements Information System: Definitions .Simon's model in information system design simulation technique. Tools and Techniques for Strategic Analysis. GEC Model. General Management Point of View. Holder-in-Due Course.specific DSS.Forms OSS tools .303: BUSINESS LEGISLATION Objective The course is designed to assist the students in understanding basic laws affecting the operations of a business enterprise. applications of information Technology. 1881. Nature and Types.decisions styles group decision making features of various CBIS. Industry Analysis. Concept of Value Chain. BCG Matrix.III : MBA (FM) .301 to MBA (FM) . 1930: Formation of a Contract. Objectives and Policies: Environmental Analysis and Internal Analysis. 1872: Essentials of a Valid Contract. Rights of an Unpaid Seller.Major Trends in Technology. uncertainty. Performance of Contracts. Competitive Advantage of a Firm. Breach of Contract and its Remedies. Dishonor and Discharge . Quasi-Contracts. Database management System: Sources of Data . MBA (FM) .graphics menus . The Sale of Goods Act.building of DGMS. Impact Matrix.Semester . MBA (FM) .Life Cycle & Prototype approach Detailed study on Life Cycle Design & implementation Case Study. performance testing.304 MBA (FM) . Strategic Profile of a Firm.data file environment database environment data models . Decision Support System An Over vies: Relevance scope of DSS characteristic and capabilities of OSS components of OSS classification of DSS. System & Design: Systems Development initiative Different Methodologies . critical from the point of view of the top executives. Framework for Analyzing Competition. Dichotomous model of mind . the Experience Curve. Dialog is generation management system: User interface .302: DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS AND MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM Objective The objective of the paper is to develop the basic understanding of the decision support system of the artificial intelligence for business organization. Negotiation and Assignment.Basic Concepts Frameworks . Course Contents Business Policy as a Field of Study.
Accounts and Audit. Borrowing decisions. 1956 Nature and Types of Companies.305 TO MBA (FM) . Arbitration The Companies Act. Compromise Arrangements and Reconstruction. Borrowing Powers. Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement. Legal and Procedural. Consumer Protection Act and Cyber Laws. FINANCE AREA: MBA (FM) . . Replacement Decisions.of a Negotiable Instrument. Regression analysis and Simulation technique in Financial Decision Making Areas. Course Content Application of Liner Programming.. takeover code: Goodwill and Valuation of Shares. Winding Up. Prospectus Allotment of Shares. Cost-volume-profit analysis under Conditions of Uncertainty. all students will have to undergo summer training of 8 10 weeks within industrial. Dividend Valuation Model. Management and Meetings. Aspects of Merger Decision. Leasing Vs. Membership. business or service organization by taking up a project study.314 MBA (FM) . Specific Areas and Problems in the Area of Financial Decision Making. Decision Tree Analysis. Shares and Share Capital.Application of Multiple Discriminate analysis. Corporate Debt Capacity Management Decision. Memorandum and Articles of Association. MBA (FM) . Goal Programming. Mergers and Acquisitions. Estimation and Projection of Working Capital Decisions. Formation. Business Failure and Reorganization . Determination of the Exchange ratio. Sequences of Decisions. Capital Expenditure Decision Under Conditions of Risk and Uncertainty.305: FINANCIAL DECISIONS ANALYSIS Objectives The basic objective of this course is to impart an intensive knowledge about the use of quantitative techniques in specified financial decision making areas.304: SUMMER TRAINING PROJECT At the end of second semester.
Stock Market Analysis -Fundamental and Technical Approach. Portfolio Investment Process.The Nature of Investment Risk. Operations of Indian Stock Market. Multinational Capital Budgeting -Application and Interpretation.MBA (FM) . Portfolios of Two Risky Securities.306: SECURITY ANALYSIS AND INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT Objectives The objective of this paper is to impart knowledge to students regarding the theory and practice of Security Analysis and Investment Decision Making Process. Investment Alternatives. Dividend Policy of the Multinational Firm. Construcint Efficient Frontier. Cost of Capital and Capital Structure of the Multinational Firm. government Securities. A Three Security Portfolio. Evolution of the International Monetary and Financial system: Managing short-term assets and liabilities: Long-run Investment Decisions . Course Contents Multinational Financial Management . Non-Security Forms of Investment. Political Risk Management.. Investment Instruments of the Money Market. Long-term Financing.Return and Risk. Course Contents Introduction to Portfolio Management . Investment Companies. Real Estate Investment. MVC and Portfolio Selection.An overview. International Diversification.The relationship between the Unrevealed and Leveraged Portfolio. Security Credit Ratings~ Objectives of Security analysis. Recent Developments in the Indian Stock Market. Listing of Securities. Market Indices and Return. Characteristic Lines. The Investment in Liquid Assets. efficient Market Theory. MBA (FM) . Application of Market Model in Portfolio Construction: Capital Asset Pricing Model. The Mean-variance Criterion (MVC) . country Risk Analysis. Course Contents Investment . Valuation Theories of Fixed and Variable Income Securities. Optimum Portfolios Construcint the Optimum Portfolio.The Foreign Investment Decision. Factor Models and Arbitrate Pricing Theory. Investment Timing and Portfolio Performance Evaluation. bond Portfolio Management Strategies. The Return to Risk and the Investment Decision. . New Issue Market.307: PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Objectives The objective of this paper is to give the students an in-depth knowledge of the theory and practice of Portfolio Management. Taxation of the Multinational Firm. MBA (FM) . Tracing the Efficient Frontier . Markets and Brokers. Corporate Portfolio Management in India. Shapre: Single Index Model.An Optimum Portfolio Selection Problem.308: INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Objectives The objective of this paper is to give students an overall view of the international financial system and how multinational corporations operate. The Efficient Frontier.Mechanics of Investing. Cost of Investing in Securities. Markowtiz Portfolio Theory.
Factoring for Failing and bill Discounting. Profit Centre. Accounting Aspects of Control including Internal Audit and control and Value for Money. Mutual Funds.311 : INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING Objectives The objective of this course is to acquaint the students with the accounting needs of international financial markets and to analyze the accounting measurement and reporting issues unique to multinational business transactions. MBA (FM) . Merchant Banking Services: Managing of issue shares and bonds Mobilizing of Fixed Deposits . Insurance. Responsibility Accounting. management of Risk in Financial Services: Stock Exchange Operations. Course Contents Financial system and Markets. Participated and Responsive Management. Regulatory Framework for Financial Services. Financial Management of Multinational Entities~ Transfer Pricing and International Accounting . Budgetary Planning and Procedures. Venture Capital. Nature and Scope of financial Services. Strategic Planning and Implementations. Management Control Structure: Responsibility Centre. Flexible Budgeting. Credit Cards.Inter-Corpoate Lonas International Finance. MBA (FM) .309: MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES Objectives The main objective of this course is to help students to learn the various financial services and their role in the overall financial system.International Standards and Multinational Corporations. Analyzing Foreign Financial Statements. Banking and Insurance. Pricing Financial Services. Position of Controller in the Organisation Structure of an Organization. Organizational climate. . Management Control in Specialized Organization: Selected Case Studies on Non-profit and Public Service Organizations. Inter-divisional Transfer Pricing. analysis of Variance. Course Contents Management Control . Managing International Information Systems. Human as a Part of Information Process. Course Contents International Dimensions of Accounting . Financial Reporting and disclosure.MBA (FM) . Behavioral Aspects of Management Control: Motivation and Morale. Zero-base Begetting. Scope and Concept of Management Control Systems. Learning Curves. International Perspective on Inflation Accounting. Budgetary control.310: MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEM Objectives The main objective of the course is to appraise the students the about the concept of management control system as well as its role in efficient management of public system organizations. Cost Centre.An Overview: Nature. Organization Goals. Contingency theory. Organisation Structure. Currency Transactions. Credit Rating. The Tax Environment and Financial Services. Goal Congruency. Measurement of Divisional Performance including Performance Evaluation -qualitative and quantitative. concept. Other Financial Services .Conceptual Development and comparative Development Patterns. Housing Finance. Management Control Process: Programming. Analysis and Reporting. Investment Centre. Performance Budgeting. Variance Reporting. Debt Securitization.Leasing and Hire Purchase.
ANALYSIS & MANAGEMENT Objectives The basic purpose of this course is to understand the framework for evaluating capital expenditure proposals. . Futures Markets and the use of Futures for Heading. Black-Schools Option Model: Binomial Model. Problem of Time and Cost Overrun in Public Sector Enterprises in India. Type of Activity. Meaning and Scope of Tax Planning and Location of Undertaking. Options on Stock Indices. General Approach to Pricing Derivatives Securities. Options Markets. Replacements and Capital Budgeting Decisions. Tax Planning Relating to Amalgamation and Merger of Companies. Deductions and Exemptions in Additional Tax on Undisturbed Profits. Assessment of the Tax Burden: Environmental Appraisal of Projects. firm Risk and Market Risk.314: PROJECTS PLANNING. Network Techniques for Project Management. Project Financing in India. Capital Expenditure. Analysis of Project Risk. Computation of Tax Liability. Tax Planning Regarding Dividends Policy. Types of Traders. Foreign Collaborations and Joint Ventures. Swaps. Properties of Stock Option Prices. their planning and management in the review of the projects undertaken. Future Contracts. Forward and Futures Prices: Interest Rate Futures. Derivatives Market in India. Sale in Domestic Markets or Exports. Companies Profit Surtax Act. Inter Corporate Dividends and Transfers-. Currencies and Futures Contracts. Tax considerations in respect of Specific Managerial Decision like Make or Buy. Other Derivative Securities. Interest Rate Derivative Securities. Residential status of a Company. Implications of Avoidance of Double Taxation Agreements. Computation of Income under Different Heads of Income. Project Review and Administrative Aspects.312: CORPORATE TAXATION Objectives The objective of the course is to acquaint the participant with the implications of tax structure and corporate profit planning in operational as well as strategic terms. etc~ Tax Planning in respect of Managerial Remuneration. Trading Strategies Involving Options. Ownership Pattern. Course Contents Basic Concepts of Income Tax.MBA (FM) . Course Contents Generation and Screening of Project Idea. social Cost Benefit Analysis. Own or Lease. Importance and Difficulties~ Market Demand and Situations analysis: Technical Analysis-. MBA (FM) . Financial Analysis. Multiple Projects and Constraints.313: FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES Objectives The objective of this course is to give an in depth knowledge of the functioning of derivative securities market. Close or Continue. Set off and Carry forward of Losses. Issue of Bonus Shares. MBA (FM) . Course Contents Forward Contracts.
Course Contents Nature and Scope of Strategic Management. MBA (FM) . Management of Strategic Change~ Mergers and acquisitions: Strategic Management in an International Firm. Strategy and Corporate Evolution in Indian context. New Instruments in International Capital Markets.402 : Project Study The final project will be evaluated at the end of the fourth semester by the internal and external examiners.IV MBA (FM) . Deposit Dealing and the Term Structure of Euro-currency Rates. Strategic Intent and Vision~ Concept of Core Competence. Features of International Bonds.401 To MBA (FM) . Forecasting and the Image of the Future . Euro-currency Futures and Options. Globalization and the Growth of Derivatives.403: INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MARKETS Objectives The Objective of this course is to give students an in depth knowledge of the working of International financial markets.Semester .The rise and Fall of Bretton Woods. MBA (FM) . Strategy and Structure~ Organisational Values and their Impact on Strategy. Euro banking and Euro-currency Centers. Pricing Option. International Bond Markets -Introduction. International Banking and country Risk.402 MBA (FM) . Interest Rates and Currency Swaps. International Portfolio Diversification. Eurocurrency Market. . This would be equivalent to the marks of the two papers.401 : Corporate Evolution and Strategic Management Objectives The Objectives of this course is to develop understanding about strategic processes and their impact on a firm. Capability and Organisational Learning. the Crash of 1994-96 and Beyond. Course contents History of the International Financial System . Syr1dicated Euro-credits. International Transfer Pricing. Eurobond Valuation and Hedging. Power Games amongst Competing Players: Chief Executive and Board~ Work of Top Management~ Turnaround Management. New Issue Procedures in the Eurobond Markets. . The European Monetary system and Other Regional Artificial Currency Areas. Process of Strategy Planning and Implementation-.Central Banks and the Balance of Payments.
IDBI. Integrating Working Capital and Capital Investment Processes. Thrift Institutions. Managing Corporate Liquidity and financial Flexibility. Insurance Companies-. discriminant Analysis.Motives for Holding Cash and marketable securities. Strategy of Growth~ Problems of Time and Cost Over Runs. Investment in Marketable Securities. Marginal Analysis. Managing the Cash Flows. Working Capital Control and Banking Policy in India: Instruments of the International Money Market. Course Contents Concept of Working Capital Management. Miller . Disbursement Tools. financial management Models and their Applications in Financial Institutions. Estimating Working Capital Requirements: Management of Cash . Sequential Decision Analysis. Interest Rate Analysis: Interst Rate in the Financial system: Yield Curve. Money Market in India: Banking System in India. Beranek Model. Development Banks. Cash System.404 :. the Restructuring Process. Types of collection systems. Monetary System.Orr Model. Managing Short-term International Transactions. Factors Determining Working Capital. Working and Organization of Different Financial Institutions in India like IFCI. Receivable Management . Measures of Liquidity.Baumol Model. International Aspects of Financial Institutions. Cash concentration Strategies. Heuristic Approach. Mutual Funds. ICICI. Kinds of Working Capital. Stone Model. Credit and Monetary Planning. Risk and Inflation-. MBA (FM) . Inventory Control Models. Short-term financing. Financial Managements of Commercial Banks. Application of the Wealth Maximization Model to Financial Decisions. Role of Development Banking in Industrial Financing in India: Capital Adequacy and Capital Planning. LIC. Forecasting Cash Flows. Evaluating Risks and Returns of Assets and Liabilities of financial Institutions: Flow of Fund Analysis of the Borrowing and Lending Behaviour of financial Institutions-.MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Objectives The objective of this course is to discuss the specific financial management problems of financial institutions including a details study of the working of the leading financial institutions in India.Determining the Appropriate Receivable Policy. . Importance of Working Capital.. Financial Planning of Financial lnstitutions~ financial Goals and Proforma Statements.405: WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT Objectives The objective of the course is to acquaint the students with the importance of the working capital and the techniques used for effective working capital management. LITI. Determining the Optimum Level of Cash Balances .MBA (FM) . . Banking Law and Regulation: Provisions of RBI's Operations. Credit Analys is and Decision.Programming Working capital Management. Course Contents The Role and Importance of Financial Institutions. Inventory Management and Valuation.
Lack of funds with the Government. Structural Issues . SERC. Spread. and hedging against exposure risk.Process flow for MOU projects and competitively bid projects. Role of Independent regulators . Project Finance. Business process and opportunities for private sector participation sector wise. MBA (FM) . Risk Analysis . TRAI). Currency Futures. Infrastructure projects appraisal in a financial institution: Appraisal process. Cross Rates. Process Flow chart of typical infrastructure projects . O&M. risk participation assistance. pricing of issues – Commercialization / corporatisation of PSLIs with the increased reliance on the capital market. shareholders agreement) & key clauses therein (including diagram depicting typical contractual structure). Privatization. FEMA. Tax Treatment of Foreign Exchange Gains and Losses. Quoting Foreign Exchange Rates.406: FOREIGN EXCHANGE MANAGEMENT Objectives To acquaint the participants with the mechanism of the foreign exchange markets. types of guarantees. Infrastructure Finance-Scope and Avenues: Business and major players (Global and Indian). alternative Strategies for Exposure Management.. Technical Analysis. Course Contents Project Finance: Infrastructure Finance Vs. Role of Fl and banks and shift in portfolio of FI and banks. Structural finance. Exposure Information System. LROT. Currency Options: Currency Swaps Corporate Exposure Management: Alternative Definitions of Foreign Exchanges Risk.Dissatisfaction with the performance of existing PSUs. Course Contents Types of Foreign Exchange Markets and Transactions. Disbursement and post. BOOT. Advisory Servim Recent Deals. allocation of risk including insurance. . Key contracts (EPC.MBA (FM) . Generic issues.tariff fixation and dispute resolution. concession on agreements/ license agreements & key clauses therein. Financial and Socio-Political Factors. Products (Funded and non-funded) types. Sectorial Outlook. CERC. Quoting forward Rates: Organisation of the Foreign Exchange Markets. contemporary products. measurement of the foreign exchange exposure. Evolution of Private and Commercially Financed Infrastructure Projects in India. Forward Rates. mezzanine finance.disbursement process. BOO. Sanction/ letter of intent. Supply of Infrastructure Finance-. BOLT. RMOT). Internal committees and functions. (Coverage would include briefly the function of TAMP. skills required for career in infrastructure finance. Financial Closure.407: INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE Objective The objective of the course is to identify the sources of infrastructure financing. Official and Free Market Rates. Infrastructures finance key terms and concepts: Types of projects (BOT. take-out products tax implications. Organisation of the Exposure Management Function: Parameters and constraints on Exposure Management: Theory and practice of Forecasting Exchange RatesEconomic Fundamentals. jurisdiction in each sector and relationship with Govt. Demand for Infrastructure in Future.Key risk in Infrastructure finance and litigation. Exposure Management Techniques. Outlook for Infrastructure Projects.
Procedure of admission Should have qualified the admission test /Interview/group discussion conducted by UPMCAT/ MAT/ Bundelkhand University or any other norms prescribed by Bundelkhand University in this regard from time to time. B. Medium of Instruction and Examinations: English D. Head of the will also prepare a list of candidates for direct admission and admission shall be given on merit basis if seats are vacant. ii.. (Pass or Hons.Tech or its equivalent degree recognized from any recognized University with a minimum fourty five (45%) marks. Rules for refund of fees: As per university norms F. They will be admitted on the basis of interview. E. B. Some seats are reserved for Industry Sponsored/NRI/NRI Sponsored/Foreign Candidates etc. Fees i..) B.Com. a) b) C) iii. Minimum eligibility with relaxation A candidate shall be eligible for admission to Master of Finance and Control (MFC) course if he/she has obtained bachelor's degree. Jhansi Master of Finance and Control (MFC) A. Tuition fees with full details of subheads: As Prescribed by University authority ii. The course work shall be divided into two parts as given below: . held by a selection committee constituted by the competent authority of Bundelkhand University consisting of Head & two teachers of the department.Sc. Eligibility for Admission i. Part I Semester I July to November Semester 11 December to April SUMMER TRAINING May to June (two months) Course structure I.A. Preparation and declaration of merit list Merit list will be prepared centrally by the University Admission committee/department. they must meet the eligibility criterion as in (a) above. B. However.Institute of Economics & Finance Bundelkhand University. Reservation will apply as per rules Head may consider relaxation of minimum eligibility percentage in special cases if seat are available. Note: 5% relaxation to SC/ ST in minimum eligibility marks. Duration: Two years full time (each year having two semesters) C. Course: Master of Finance and Control (MFC) B.
in charge. irrespective of the number of contact hours. to account for the late joining or other such contingencies.charge will consolidate the attendance record for the lectures and practical for each student. The statements of attendance of students shall be displayed on the Department's Notice Board at the end of each month and consolidated attendance before the conclusion of each semester as given in the University Calendar. The teacher in . For the purposes of attendance. duly certified by Registered Medical Practitioner and supported by documentary evidence is submitted within 7 days from the recovery. (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) . III. NSS Inter. II. Attendance on account of participation in the prescribed functions of NCC. A students detained on account of attendance will be re-admitted to the same class in the next academic year on payment of current fees except Enrolment fee. is sent to the I lead of Department within two weeks of time after the function/ activity. etc. educational tours/field work assigned by the university to students shall be credited to the aggregate. Examination i) Minimum Attendance (a) All students must attend every lecture and practical class. the teacher in charge shall report it to the HOD. as to why his/her admission will not be cancelled.University sports. provided the application for condonation of attendance. the attendance requirement for appearing in the examinations shall be a minimum of 75% of the classes actually held. internal assessment and marks in semester examinations are listed below. identity card 1ec and security deposits after seeking permission of the Head. The HOD will issue letter a notice to such students. Notices displayed of the Notice Board shall be deemed to be a proper notification. every scheduled practical class will count as one attendance unit. A students with less than 75% attendance of the lectures and practical in each subject/Course shall be detained from appearing in the semester examination. duly counter signed by the officer. total marks allocated each paper. The semester wise course outline. However. The Head of the department may consider application for the condonation of attendance up to 5% on account of sickness or any other circumstances.Part II Semester III July to November Semester IV December to April During an academic year a candidate shall be enrolled only for one course of study and shall not appear at any other examination of this or another University. In order to maintain the attendance record of a particular course. a roll call will be taken by the teacher in every scheduled lecture and practical class. provided the attendance record. The course content is given in the syllabus G. A copy of the same shall be send to the head of the Department for record. and no individuals notice shall be sent to students 1f a student is found to continuously absent from the classes without in1lorl-nation 11or a period of 30 days.
This shall carry 50 marks. Head of the Department will act as a moderator. Their attendance will be taken into account while awarding marks for presentation. iii) . leftover courses of III and IV semester would be taken by the student nest year along with. Presentation of the report carries 50 marks. (c) The semester exams shall be of 70 Marks for each subject. In case of any difference of opinion between external and internal examiners. (f) The candidate shall have to make an oral presentation of his/her training report before a. Candidates may reappear in the examination of their uncleared courses/absent at the next semester examination of the same paper along with other students of junior batch. joint session of the faculty and students. Likewise.ii) Issuance of admit cards The admit cards for the semester exams shall be issued at least 5 days before the commencement of each semester examinations after clearance of al I dues. Thus. (d) The question papers shall be set by either an external or an internal examiner duly appointed through board of studies /Vice Chancellor's approval on the panel sent by HOD. A consolidation marks list duly signed by the Head of the Department shall be sent to the Registrar at the conclusion of presentations. the end of each session and record of marks sh4ll be maintained by the teacher incharge. There shall be no supplementary examination. Scheme/Process of evaluation g) The semester examinations shall be held at the end of each semester as per notified schedule. at the beginning of the third semester for evaluation. (h) The faculty shall evaluate the presentation at. (b) The duration of semester examinations in theory will be 3 hours. the left over courses of first semester shall be cleared in the III semester and those of II semester in IV semester. (j) Any candidate who fails to defend his/her training report satisfactorily shall have to undergo training afresh at the following year and defend it in similar manner as laid down above. (e) Each student shall undergo summer training for 6-8 weeks at the end of second semester and shall be required to submit a training report and present the same in the form of class seminar. (f) Training project report shall carry 100 marks. (i) The same shall be evaluated jointly by internal and external examiner and the candidate will be required to appear for Viva-Voce. (k) All students are required to present at the time of presentation.
i) There shall be three test in each course in each semester. active participation. m) Candidates who fails in internal assessment /found absent in any paper will not be allowed to appear in external examination of that particular paper. it is up to the individual faculty member to announce the date for tests or conduct them without prior announcement. There would be continuous appraisal of the project. assement of teacher including class attendance and class participation. Internal Assessment (a) Internal assessment for 30 marks in respect of theory papers will be based on classroom test. (i) A student who is required to seek re-admission for whatever reason will be required to appear for internal assessment afresh. (m) A student will be required to maintain record of periodic progress in the project in a diary. Course instructors shall do the evaluation and marks will be notified within a week of such test. h) Passing marks for internal assessment is 40% for each subject. . However.(l) Every student shall have can appropriate topic selected for doing project Report / Dissertation at the beginning of the third semester and shall submit the same and face a Viva. which will carry 50 marks as apart of internal assessment. k) Consolidated marks of various components of evaluation shall be maintained by the teacher concerned and the same will be notified at the end of the semester. l) The internal assessment marks shall be submitted through Head of the Department to the Registrar at the end of the semester. quizzes. j) Internal assessment for 15 marks shall be done by course instructor based on the classroom performance overall conduct. (n) The minimum pass marks shall be 40% in each theory/Lab course/dissertation and vivavoce (combined examination). presentations and viva-voice examinations etc. (h) A candidate who has to reappear (as an ex-student) in the examination will retain the marks of internal assessment. He/ She should be in constant touch with his guide/supervisor and obtain his signature in the diary.voce at the end of fourth semester carrying 50 marks. case discussions assignment. This shall carry a weightage of 15 marks two out of three class test will be considered for evaluation.
II taken together. (a) The result of the successful candidates shall be classified at the end of the final year of examination on the basis of the aggregate of marks of all subjects (theory. (d) No candidate shall be promoted to MFC Semester . practical and pro etc) secured by the candidate in the I & 11 year examinations. having passed whole of the examination in first attempt shall be declared to have obtained Distinction in that course(s) viii) Back paper and improvement. subject to their clearing the backlog. Such candidates may be admitted provisionally to the next higher semester.IV if he/she fails in more than four (4) papers of the preceding three semesters taken together. centre superintendent is empowered to take corrective decisions/actions Vi) Qualifying Promotion Criteria (a) A candidate who fails to secure 75% attendance in any course during a particular semester will have to seek re-admission. An examinee who fails to secure minimum pass marks in not more than half of the theory paper and/or in the aggregate shall be declared eligible to appear in back paper. (c) A candidate may be promoted to Final Year if he/she has secured at least 50% marks in Semester I and Semester. .V) Moderation of question papers No provision is for moderation of question paper.I Examination. Distinction I Division 11 Division Fail : 75% and above :60% and <75% : 50% and <60% :Less than 50% (b) Candidates securing 75% or above marks in any course (s) and. (b) No candidate shall be promoted to MFC Semester-11 if he/she fails in more that three (3) papers of MFC Semester . as provided herein afterward. as indicated below. (e) After the declaration of the IV semester results if a candidate fails in any paper taking all the four semesters together he/she will have to reappear in these papers in convened semester in next academic year as an ex student along with the next batch. vii) Declaration of results and award of degree.maximum number of chances a. Such student shall seek readmission in III semester in the next academic session as a regular student. Such student shall seek re-admission in Ist semester in the next academic session as a regular student. In case of misprint found in tile examination hall.
scrutiny and moderation of results. iv. in subsequent examinations as an ex-student. scrutiny and moderation of results shall be conducted as per the general policy of the university. Re-evaluation. Marks of subjects. A student shall be allowed to avail two Chance to Clear the Backlog (ie.b. as such. ii. Inter University Transfer i. to appear in two subsequent examinations in continuation) provided that no student will be promoted to third semester/ final year if he has I. Not submitted his project assignment. if only dissertation is left to be cleared. This is subject to our minimum eligibility criteria as mentioned above (Refer Para D) The papers in which transferee students had passed (minimum 40% in each papers and aggregate 50% will be waived. Students who are declared failed on not fulfilling conditions in para viii (a) and viii (b) above may be allowed to reappear. Details syllabus: Please refer the following enclosure . They shall be required to appear and clear only those paper. 1. backlog of more than 50% of the papers of semester I and 2nd semester together. In a genuine case. already cleared shall be carried over. Re-evaluation. The previous institutions should be recognized by Bundelkhand University. permission may be granted to submit it even beyond the period of five years with prior approval of Vice-Chancellor/HOD. c. practical. H. in which they could not secure minimum pass marks and /or in any paper in case of having failed to secure minimum pass marks in the aggregate of the semester concerned. Inter University transfer is subject to permission from the competent authority from both the institutions. ix. viva Projects. iii. Span Period A student must complete all the requirements of MFC degree within a total period of five years from their admission. ii.
Leadership: Concept. Communication process. Theories .definition and importance. Emergence and ethical. 4. delegation. Functional and. 7.. Mc Clelands learned need theory. and techniques 3. responsibility. authority. types of organizations. 8. Transactional analysis. Decision theory school.trait theory. theory X and theory V.. Learning. 2. resistance to change Theories of planned change. Functions of a manager.concept and between management and organizational behavior. Leadership styles. decentralization. power. Organizational diagnosis. group composition.concept. behavioral theory. levels. Schools of Management Thought: Scientific. Organizational Behaviors: Organizational behavior. Organizational Conflict: Dynamics and management. group performance factors. process. human behavior and social system school. Motivation : Process of motivation: Theories of motivation . Contingency theory of management. Staffing. OD intervention . Managerial Functions: Planning . process. Stacy Adams equity theory. Organizing . 5. communication. Need for change. group development. theories. Group Dynamics end Team Development: Group dynamics . typos of groups. 6. group formation. Transactional anal communication. Improving communication. Organizational Development: Concept. Managerial grid.concept.MASTER OF FINANCE AND CONTROL COURSE INPUT DETAILS MFC 101 MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS AND ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR Objective The objective of this course is o help students understand the conceptual framework of management behavior Course Inputs 1. significance. and types of conflict. Personality. Resolution of conflict. Sources. Harsey and Blanchard's situational theory. Dysfunctional organizational conflicts. Directing. Likert's four systems of leadership. organizational communication. Principle . Barriers to effective communication. 9. two factor theory. Traditional and modem approaches to conflict. Alderfer's ERG theory. Quantitative and system school. Victor Vroom's expectancy theory. patterns.need hierarchy theory. types. Attitude. Control-nature. contingency theory. Perception.centered approach to team development. Coordinating.
equi-marginal principle. monetary policy. Social groups. Social responsibility of business. World Bank. Nature and Scope of Managerial Economics: Objective of a firm.WTO.cultural environment.internal and external. fiscal policy. 5. Changing dimensions of business environment. International and Technological Environment: Multinational Corporations: Foreign collaborations and Indian business. Course Inputs 1. Socio Cultural Environment: Critical elements of socio. discounting principal. Fundamental economic concepts . Public Sector and economic development. Economic systems and business environment. MRTP Act.incremental principle. Patent laws. Indian business system.MFC 102 BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT Objective This course develops ability to understand and scan business environment in order to analyze opportunities and take decisions under uncertainty. Development banks and relevance to Indian business. EXIM policy.. Economic planning in India. MFC 103 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS Objective This course develops managerial perspective to economic fundamentals as aids to decision making under given environmental constraints. Impact of Rupee devaluation. Managerial economist's role and responsibilities. significance and nature of business environment. Technology transfer. Theoretical Framework of Business Environment: Concept. Consumer Protection. opportunity cost principle. . Emerging rural sector In India. Elements of environment . Political and Legal Environment of Business: Critical elements of political environment. IMF and their importance to India Foreign trade policies. Course Inputs 1. Dualism in Indian society and problems of uneven income distribution. Techniques of environmental canning and monitoring. 3. Social Institution and systems. Government and business: Changing dimensions of legal environment in India. 2. 4. Non-resident Indian and corporate sector. International economic Institutions . liberalization and structural adjustment programs. Consumerism in India. Government policies -industrial policy. Middle class. Act. FEMA and licensing policy-. Technological environment In India Policy on research and development. Economic Environment of Business: Significance and elements of economic environment. Social values and attitudes. Economic reforms. Economic theory and managerial theory.
Estimation of production function. indifference approach. Law of demand. profit. Course input I Unvaried Analysis: An overview of central tendency. Pricing of multiple products. preference and theory of consumer choice under risk. Demand estimation for major consumer durable and non-durable products. Conditional probability and Baye's theorem. Theory of Consumer Choice: Cardinal utility approach. Demand Analysis: Individual and market demand fictions. Price determination and firm's equilibrium in short-run and long-run under Perfect competition. Production Theory: Production function production with one and two variable inputs. Using elasticity in managerial decisions. Elasticity of demand its meaning and Importance Price / elastic it/Income elasticity and cross elasticity. monopolistic competition. Effects of inflation. Transfer pricing. Demand forecasting techniques. Inflation In terms of demand-pull and cost-push factors. cobweb. Law of variable proportions Law of returns to scale. 5 Price Determination under Different Market Conditions: Characteristics of different market structures. 2. monetary. MFC 104 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS Objective The objective of this course Is to make the students learn the application of statistical tools and for decision making. dispersion. Economic value analysis. and skew ness. and subjective probability. Probability Theory: Probability -classical. Pricing Practices: Methods of price determination in practice. relative. Samuelson and Hicks theories. 6. Price discrimination. Short and long run cost functional their nature.2. characteristics and types. Business Cycles: Nature and phases of a business cycle. Inflation: Definition. Coat theory and estimation. 7. 4. International price discrimination and dumping. innovation. 3. . Theories of business cycles psychological. Addition and multiplication probability models. 8. shape and interrelationship. oligopoly and monopoly. determinants of demand. Stages of production. Economics of scale.
Process under control and out of control. and interval estimation of population man. Large and small sampling tests. Correlation and Regression Analysis: Two variables case. 8. Primary data collection techniques . and normal distributions. Tests of adequacy. . control chart . 4. and interview. Sampling and Data Collection: Sampling and sampling (probability and nonprobability) methods. Data sources . GAAP and accounting standards . 10. Introduction: Nature.primary and secondary. and F tests. Sampling and non-sampling errors. Recognition of revenues and expenses. Z tests. Wald . 5. indices of average of (price quantity) relatives. Quality control charts purpose and logic. Statistical Estimation and Testing: Point. Course Inputs A. 11. 9.square tests. Sign tests.Wolfowitz tests.laspeyre's and Paasch's indices. Their characteristics and applications. Sampling distributions and their characteristics. Utility theory. Special problems . questionnaire. tools. and variance. Constructing a.shifting the base. Financial Accounting (weight age 40 marks) 1. Accounting cycle and accounting equation. Control charts for attributes fraction defectives and number of defects. proportion.Wallis test. Kruskal . Weighted aggregative indices . Non Parametric Tests: Chi .computing the control limits (X and R charts). Acceptance sampling .hypotheses and errors. and techniques used for taking managerial decisions. Basic accounting concepts and conventions. scope and importance of financial accounting. Warning limits. Index Numbers: Meaning and types. Statistical Quality Control: Causes of variations in quality characteristics. T tests. Probability Distributions: Binomial.schedule. Poisson. Sample size. Wilcoxon Signed-rank tests. Statistical testing . Laspeyre's and Paasch's indices compared.3. 6.Indian and international. MFC 105 FINANCIAL AND COST ACCOUNTING Objective The objective of this course is to enable students understand accounting concepts. Law of Large Number and Central Limit Theorem. Statistical Decision Theory: Decision environment: Expected profit under uncertainty and assigning probabilities. 7. Uses and problems. splicing overlapping Index series.
an overview. Accounting Books and Final Accounts Journal. Profit and loss account and balance sheet Bank reconciliation statement. Pricing Decisions: Factors affecting price determination. Process costing. Product life cycle strategic implications. the conceptual frameworkof marketing and its applications in decision making under various environmental constraints. Coat Accounting (weight age 30 marks) 1. Major product decisions. Job costing. cash book. Discounts and rebates. Market segmentation and positioning. sales books purchase etc. B. Branding. 2. Marketing concept and its evolution. Final accounts of companies . 5.profit organizations. Cost Accounting: Meaning.2. Course inputs 3. Elements of cost material. Cost Ascertainment : Unit costing. Consumer versus organizational buyers. New product development and consumer adoption process. Reconciliation of cost and financial accounts. Consumer decision-making process. Final accounts of non . labour and overhead costs. .. scope and importance of marketing. Preparation of trial balance. 6. Product line and product mix. Marketing mix. 4. Product Decisions: Concept of a product. Cost classification Cost sheet. Method and types of costing. Accounting for issue and redemption of shares and debentures. Product Line costing 4. Valuation of Goodwill and shares. 6. Buyer behavior. Pricing policies and strategies.an overview. Contract costing 3. MFC 106 MARKETING MANAGEMENT Objective The objective of this course is to facilitate understanding of. 5. 4. Differential costing. 3. Classification of products. Strategic marketing planning. Market Analysis and Selection: Marketing environment-macro and micro components and their Impact on marketing decisions. Introduction: Concept. Packaging and labeling. Incremental costing. nature. importance and scope of cost accounting-.
investment~ financing and dividend decisions. Marketing Research: Meaning and scope of marketing research.tools and techniques. Capital rationing.M. Marketing research process. ethical and legal aspects of marketing.7. internal rate of return. Analyzing alternate financial plans. and its applications under various environmental on strains. promotion mix . and distribution channels.Financial Management: Meaning. 2. Media selection. personal selling. profitability index. Marketing Of services. Channel management decisions. sales promotion. nature and scope of finance. preference capital. publicity and public relations. . Financial goa’. 11. Finance fictions . Course inputs I . Risk analysis in capital budgeting.profit vs. NPV and IRR comparison. Cyber marketing Relation Ship marketing and other developments In marketing. payback period. Copy designing and its testing. Investment evaluation criteria net present value. Determining capital structure in practice. wealth maximization.advertising.Operating and Financial Leverage: Measurement of leverages.Capital Budgeting: Nature of investment decisions. International marketing. Distribution Channels and Physical Distribution Decisions: Nature. Advertising effectiveness. Sales promotion . Capital Structure Theories: Traditional and M. functions. 9. Determining advertising budget. accounting rate pf return. 4.Cost of Capital: Meaning and significance of cost of capital. Distribution channel intermediaries. Issues and Developments in Marketing: Social. hypothesis without taxes and with taxes. MFC 107 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Objective The objective of this course is to help students to understand the conceptual framework of financial management. Cost of equity and CAPM. Marketing Organization and Control: Organizing and controlling marketing operations. Combined financial and operating leverage. 3. 10. Green marketing. Promotion Decisions: Communication process. 8. Effects of operating and financial leverage on profit. equity capital and retained earnings. Retailing and wholesaling. Calculation of cost of debt. Combined cost of capital (Weighted).
dividend behavior. dividend and uncertainty~ relevance of' dividend.Dividend Policies: Issues in dividend decisions. Management pf cash. Sources of working capital-. .6. Dividend policy in practice. significance and types of working capital: Calculating operating)-cycle period and estimation of working capital requirements. Gordon's model. Forms of dividends.Factorizing services. Walter's model.Management of Working Capital: Meaning. receivables and inventory. Finalizing of working capital and norms of bank finance. Dimensions 'working capital management. 8. 7. . Corporate. Stability In dividend policy. M-M hypothesis. Various committee reports on bank finance.
role. Course Inputs 1. Objectives and determinants of responsibility centre. labour and overhead variances. etc.fictional. Management accountants position. . Objectives. Budgeting: Definition of budget. Disposal of variances. Analyzing Financial Statements: I horizontal. Essentials of budgeting. Reporting to management: Objectives of reporting. Fixed and flexible budget. tools and techniques for managerial decisions. kinds of variances and their uses . Zero-base budgeting Performance budgeting. Break-even analysis. Marginal costing versus direct costing. reporting at different levels of management. make or by decisions and discontinuation of a product line etc.profit centre and investment centre. modes of reporting. 2. Variance analysis . Marginal costing and absorption costing. and scope of financial accounting.cycle costing. Accounting Plan and Responsibility Centre: Meaning and significance of responsibility accounting. Cash flow analysis. Contemporary Issues in Management Accounting: Value chain analysis: Activity based costing: Quality Costing Target and life . cost accounting. Types of budgets . 8. Cost-Volume profit analysis. Types of reports. reporting needs at different managerial levels. . Management accounting and managerial decisions. 3.. nature. Introduction to Accounting: Management accounting as a area of accounting. master. 7. Relevance of variance analysis to budgeting and standard costing 5. Budgetary control. and responsibilities. Standard Costing and Variance Analysis: Standard costing as a control technique. Assumptions and practical applications of break-even analysis: Decisions regarding sales-mix. Responsibility centre --cost centre..material.MFC 201 ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERIAL DECISIONS Objective The objective of this course is to acquaint students with the accounting concepts. Marginal Costing end Break-even Analysis: Concept of marginal cost.Setting of standards and their revision. vertical and ratio analyses. 6. and management accounting.meaning and importance. 4. Problems in transfer pricing.
logical and finance functions. Maintenance of accounting books and fins accounts.CPU. operating systems. Personal Computers: PC and its main components. 6. Modem Information Technology: Basic idea of Local Area Networks (. Financial reports generation. using graphics and formatting of worksheet. creating presentations the easy way. Windows -window explorer. sharing data with other desktop applications. Multimedia.mathematical. 4.text and documents. functions. communication devices. Introduction to mall-merge. other peripherals used with PC. sound effects and animation effects. calculator.LAN) and Wide Area Networks (WAN).formatting. Presentation with Power-Point: Power-point basics. configuration of hardware devices and their applications. Spread Sheets: Working with EXCEL . Word Processing: Introduction and working with' MS-Word in MS-Office. control panel. 8. E-mail. statistical. CPU and clock speed. Practical knowledge on Wings Accounting and Wings Trade (Software). Using various built-In functions. Formatting . Goal seeking and back solver tools. paintbrush. Talley etc 9. Working with graphics In Excel. chart features. Introduction to Accounting Packages: Preparation of vouchers. Working with graphics In Power-Point: Show time. Computer system differences . concept of a World Wide Web and Internet browsing. Internet technologies. Sorting end tables. 3. 5. UNIX. settings. and application of relevant software’s in managerial decision making. finance and marketing functions of business. run. computer operating system. Word basic commands. print manager. Creating a dynamic/sensitive worksheet. Maintenance of inventory records. programming languages:' DOS. Working with graphics. strategies of creating error-free worksheet. hardware configuration.MFC 202 COMPUTER APPLICATION IN BUSINESS Objective The objective of this course Is to provide an understanding of computers. Course Inputs I .types of computer systems hardware options . 2. RAM and secondary storage devices. find. SPSS. marketing. Factors influencing PC performance. storage devices. invoice and statements. output devices. finance and personnel areas. concept of absolute and relative cell reference. Computer Hardware: Computer system as information processing system*. input devices. application software’s. desk top. access devices. PC as a virtual office. SYSTAT. Introduction to Lotus Smart Suite for Data Sheet Analysis: Structure of spreadsheet and Its applications to accounting. Using worksheets as database in accounting. Introduction to Statistical Packages: Usage of statistical packages for analysis in research –Lotus and Excel. 9. 7. Introduction to Operating Systems: Software needs. my computer. .
commercial bills. organization. ICICI. SIDBI. performance appraisal. . objectives. Introduction: Nature and rote of financial system. IFCI.an overview: Recent developments. 1. Money market . Financial system and economic development. 2. Commercial Banks: Meaning. Present structure. E-banking and e-trading. Non-Banking Financial Institutions: Concept and role of' non-banking financial institute Sources of financial. Latest mutual fund schemes In India . role. management and functions. trade bills etc. Indian financial system . Mutual Funds: Concept. IRBI.an overview. and working of financial markets and institutions in India. Financial Markets: Money and capital markets. Recent trends In Indian money market. Development Banks: Concept. Role of SEB I . function and various schemes UTI Role of UTI in industrial finance. Operational and promotional activities of development banks.financial institute investment policies of non banking. Credit creation and credit control.primary and secondary market. financial institution in India. Depository system. Financial system and financial markets. Recent developments in commercial banking. constituents. management and investment policies of commercial banks. functions of money market. Money market instruments call money. ID111. Designing and marketing of mutual funds schemes. investment practices of LIC and 0 10.MFC 203 FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND MARKETS Objective This course aims at providing students with an understanding of the structure. functions of non-banking.meaning. state financial corporation. 4. State development banks.role mid functions. Government securities market. 6. 5. Course Input. 9. Insurance Sector: Objectives. and regulation of mutual funds (with special reference to SEBI guidelines). treasury bills. Unit Trust of India: Objectives. certificates of deposits. 3. functions. 7. Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority. and functions of development banks-. Capital market . 8. Reserve Bank of India: Organization. Monetary policy.an overview.
essentials of a valid contract. conditions and warranties. Winding up and dissolution of companies. Company managements. Payment in due course. Differential interest rate. legality of object. 6. Regulatory framework for foreign investments in India. rights of consumer. Merchant Banking: Concept. Holder and holder in due course. functions and growth. SEBI Act.10. Future of merchant banking In India. 1881: Definitions. The Consumer Protection Act 1986. Share capital and membership. 1992. The Negotiable Instruments Act. WTO: Regulatory framework of WTO. 4. types of negotiable instruments. MFC 204 CORPORATE LEGAL FRAMEWORK Objective The objective of this course Is to familiarize students with the relevant provisions of various laws influencing business. 1956: Definitions and types of companies. Technical standards. Consumer Protection Act: MRTP Act 1969 monopolistic trade practices. 2000. Foreign Investments: Types. SEBI guidelines. Dispute settlement. Meetings and resolutions. Recent changes in interest rate structure. Endorsement and crossing of cheque Presentation of negotiable instruments. TRIPs and TRIMs. Interest Rate Structure: Determinants of interest rate structure. consideration. Restrictive trade practices. 2. 11. offer. The Companies Act. 3. discharge of contact. . Unfair trade practices. Grievance redresses machinery. trends and implications. Articles of association. rights of unpaid seller. 5. Provisions relating to preferential treatment to developing countries. Antidumping duties and other NTBs. acceptance. Government policy on mar banking services. Prospectus. Course Inputs 1 Indian Contract Act. Definition of consumer. 1872: Definitions. Memorandum of association. Custom valuation. 12. consequences of breach of contract. 7. Negotiation. 8. Transfer of property. Regional groupings.-salient features. Basic principles and charter of WTO. Sale of Goods Act: Definitions. Restrictive and Unfair Trade Practices. FEMA. free consent. capacity to contract.
gold and other types and their characteristics. Measurement of return and risk. Interpretation of various types of trends and indices. industry analysis and company analysis. Elements of investment return. Valuation of Fixed income Securities: Bonds. Technical Analysis: Various prices and volume indicators. Testing of different forms of market efficiency and their significance. Course input 1. 2. indices and moving averages. 5. risk and time elements. Non-financial investment real estate. 4. semi-strong and strong market. 7. Fundamental Analysis: Economic analysis.MFC 205 INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT Objective This course exposes the students to the various concepts of investment management and provides an in-depth study of various issues there under. 3. preference shares. debentures. Security Markets . Companies Act 1956 (various provisions relating to securities). . Course inputs 1 . and convertible securities.securities and derivatives. Tax saving schemes India. 6. Investment: Nature and scope of investment analysis. Efficient Market Hypnotisms: Weak. Security return and risk analysis. 1992. tax sheltered Investments. Valuation of Variable Income Securities: Equity shares 8. Securities Contract Regulation Act 1956. deposits. Investment by Individuals: Investment policies of individuals. Types of Investments: Financial investments . MFC 206 SECURITY MARKET OPERATIONS Objectives This course alms at equipping students with the practical knowledge about the functioning of primary markets and stock exchanges. RBI rules and guidelines for P11's. Approaches to investment analysis.Legal Environment : SEBI Act. Objectives of investment. Sources of financial information.
Secondary Market: Role. GDR's and FDL Guidelines for liaising finds from the International markets through various instruments. meaning and Importance. Take . Derivative Trading: Future and options. The Depositories Act. procedure including formats. organization and management.pricing of Issue.cash and forward: Settlement of trades. importance. "Under writing of issues.its role and functions. organization. 6. Listing of securities In stock exchanges. New financial Instruments. 1996.screen based trading.over. Course Inputs . Methods of selling securities in primary market. appointment and role of merchant bankers. promoters' contribution. brokers. Nature of transactions . Share Price Indices: Need and importance. SEBI (Depositories and Participants Regulation) 1996. 5. underwriters. (NSDL). 7.concept. 4. registrars and managers. Trading mechanism. Procedures for new issues. 9. SEBI (Custodian of Securities) Regulation 1996. Euro issues.0 MFC 207FUNDS MANAGEMENT IN COMMERCIAL BANKS ANDINSURANCE SECTOR Objective This course aims at developing necessary skills for applying the principles of financial analysis to management of funds by commercial banks and the insurance sector. New Issues: SEBI guidelines for public issues . 3. Compiling of index numbers and interpretation . Methods of trading. Listing rules. Valuation of options. bankers etc. NSC and OTCEI: National Stock Exchange and Over the Counter Exchange . Primary market. Allotment of shares. Depository: Role and need. Credit rating agencies. formalities. Security Markets: Primary and secondary market. Methodology of credit rating. Internet based trading.role. 8. 0-trading. Depository participant. Funds from International Markets: P11's. ADR.2. of stock exchanges. 10. National Securities Depository Ltd. Credit Rating: Meaning and necessity. Insider trading. Accounting records for buying/ selling transactions.
Management of Bank Investments: Nature and principles of security investment of commercial banks: Formulating investment policy: Volume and pattern of investment of commercial banks In India. Risk management policies . Engineering insurance .types of cover marine Insurance. 3. Management of Bank Deposits: Relevance of marketing approach to deposit mobilization in banks: Concept of bank marketing. Working reserve-nature and fiction. 2. 4. Implementing marketing strategy. accident. Insurance Public liability insurance. employers' liability insurance. Factors influencing secondary reserves. competitive positioning. 5. Performance Evaluation and Monitoring In Banks: Performances of banks. Management of Primary Reserves: Nature and purpose of primary reserves. . Priorities in the employment of bank funds. Benefits and limitations. Necessity of adequate capital funds. credit analysis. 9. Formulating marketing strategies for commercial banks-opportunity analysis. aviation insurance including inland rail/road transit insurance. Cash management in commercial banks. Profitability performance. 10. Estimation and management of secondary reserves. target market. professional indemnities. Present position in India with respect to capital adequacy. Risk Management Through Insurance: Role of insurance. 8. Legal reserves-nature and fiction. deposit mobilization and credit deployment. Management of Bank Loans: Characteristics of commercial loans: Loan policy in a commercial bank. 6. Liquidity Management in Commercial Funds: Theories of liquidity management. products liability. Management of Secondary Reserves: Nature and function of secondary reserves.compulsory public liability insurance.1 . Structure and pattern of income and expenditure in commercial banks In India. fire. functions and scope of life.fire Insurance. Problems in resource allocation in India. marine and aviation Insurance.branch expansion. 7.machinery breakdown. engineering. Principles and Practice of General Insurance: Meaning. Priority sector lending policies of commercial banks In India. Evaluating loan application credit information. insurance Act 193 8. Standard to measure capital adequacy. Management of Capital Funds in Commercial Banks: Meaning and functions of capital funds. credit decision. Special features.
Financial Service: Role. nature and characteristics: Financial services marketing versus marketing: Services marketing triangle. Application areas of PERT and CPM. Game Theory: Zero sum game. Strategic financial services marketing planting an overview. 5. Net -Work Analysis: Introduction to PERT and: CPM. Evolution of operations research. Operations research models. Non linear programming (Introductory only). Course Inputs I . Duality problem. Dynamic programming.MFC 301 OPERATIONS RESEARCH Objective This course aims at developing an understanding of the applications of operations research techniques to business and Industry. Criteria of sharing strategies. Simulation: Application of simulation techniques. . Linear Programming and its Applications: Graphic method and simplex method. 3. Operations Research: Concept and significance of operations research. Steps In designing operations research studies. Pure and mix strategies. Waiting Line Models: Walters and services. 2. Integer programming. 8. 7. Monte-Carlo approach. Transportation problem Assignment problem. Course Inputs I . concepts. 6. mathematical distribution of queuing theory and application. Introduction to Other Types of Programming: Goal programming. Inventory Control: Deterministic models and probabilistic models. MFC 302 FINANICAL SERVICES MARKETING Objective This course acquaints students with the concept and tools and techniques of marketing financial services. 4.
personal selling. Customer Relationship Management. Understanding financial services customer. MFC 303 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE Objective This course helps students understand the conceptual frame work of International finance id use thereof in making financial decisions. Bretton woods conference and afterwards. Service Marketing Application: Marketing. Promotion of financial products .communication process. Promotion and Distribution Decisions: Price determination . Managing physical evidence. public relations and sales promotion. Market Segmentation end Positioning: Segmenting financial services markets need and bases. Product life cycle and new product development. retention strategies of some special fund and non-fund based financial services leasing and hire purchase services. Planning for Other Ps: Process planning . International Monetary and Financial System: Importance of international finance. 8. Mutual funds and credit cards. 5.employees and customers. Matching of demand and supply. Service quality – GAP model and quality dimensions.role of blueprinting. 7. innovation. People . Positioning of financial services need. Marketing Environment: Analyzing financial services marketing environment macro and micro components. Concept of financial product. Major product decisions branding and product mix decisions. 6. process and strategies. promotion mix planning . 4. JMF and the World Bank.2. 3. . consumer finance Insurance and factoring. Pricing. European monetary system meaning and scope.advertising. customer service strategy. Distribution strategies and channel alternatives. Marketing Mix Strategy Development and Project Planning: Need for expanded marketing mix. diffusion and adoption. Market selection. Course Inputs 1 . their role and management. process and bases.factors. Product levels.
Current Development: International indebtedness. International Capital and Money Market instruments: GDRs. 9. Exchange rate arrangement In India. Exchange rate quotes. netting. 6. Foreign exchange and currency futures. Repos. Euro loans.ERMS. Course Inputs 1. future and option and forward contracts. Portfolio Management: Meaning. Multilateral Financial Institutions: Role of IMF. leading and lagging. 7. evaluation.2. Salient features of different international markets. Fixed and flexible exchange rate system. 5. Role of financial intermediaries. Capital account convertibility . International investors and foreign Investment Institutions. Exchange dealings and currency possession: Information and communication. loan syndication and Euro deposits 8. CPs.swaps. translation exposure and economic exposure:. Arbitrage opportunities. International Financial Markets and Instruments: International capital and money markets. L. Euro bonds. Foreign exchange market -cash and spot markets. Factors affecting exchange rates -spot rates. MFC 304 PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Objective The objective of this course Is to enable students learn various methods of building portfolios. marketing. and revision under venous economic environmental constraints. services and capital. asset and liability management and techniques. pricing policy. International flow of goods. ADRs. Foreign Exchange Risk: Transaction exposure. 3. Management of Risk in Foreign Exchange Markets: Forex derivatives.pros and cons. Balance of Payment and International Linkages: Balance of payments and Its components.internal techniques. revision of portfolio and evaluation. IDRs. Management of exposures. Coping with current account deficit. 4. Participants in the foreign exchange markets-. Foreign exchange trades. . Money and capital market instruments. IBRD and other development banks. Integration of markets. importance. Exchange rate theories. floating rate Instruments. innovations in International financial instruments. forward exchange contracts. forward exchange rates. objectives and various issues in portfolio construction. Foreign Exchange Markets: Determining exchange rates.
Capital Market Theory: Capital market line. 8. Electronic commerce versus traditional commerce. Risk free lending and borrowing: Recent developments. Portfolio. HT_FP. Portfolio Analysis: Estimating rate of return and standard deviation of portfolio returns. Single Index Model: Portfolio total risk. Construction: Techniques of portfolio construction. Media convergence. Introduction to E-Commerce: Meaning and concept. HTML Forrns and CGI gateway service. Hypertext publishing and hypertext information network. 2.special features. risk adjusted measures of performance evaluation. market timing. security market line. Markowit7 risk-return optimization. Factor Models: Arbitrage pricing theory. Benefit of hypertext. Importance and status of Indian capital market. Sharpe's optimization solution. 7. 5. arbitrage portfolios. E-commerce and e-business. portfolio market risk and unique risk. Portfolio Performance Evaluation: Measure Of return. Supply chain management. URL. universal reader concept and client server concept. Channels of e-commerce. 3. Need for e-commerce. product and service digitization. 3. E-commerce resources and infrastructure. 4. MFC 305 E .2. Course Inputs I . . 8. evaluation criteria and procedures. Effects of Combining securities. resources and planning for infrastructure. Business applications of e-commerce. Business Model of E . Two factor and multi factor models. Web technologies global publishing concept.COMMERCE Objective The objective of this course Is to enable students gain knowledge about e-commerce and its v iri( us components. procurement. Online marketing and advertising. remote servicing.Commerce and Infrastructure: E-commerce models. e-commerce as an electronic trading system. Internet Concepts and Technologies: Concept and evolution of internet. principle of arbitrage. Market Efficiency: Concept. HTTPL) Servers. HTML.
Electronic Payment Systems: Special features required in payment systems for e. exposure of resources) types of threats. E-Business: World low management.Media and E-Commerce: Concept and role of multimedia..4. electronic purses and debit cards. Corporate Digital Library. Cell relay. Digital video and digitization of product and customer communication. Regulatory and Legal Framework of E-Commerce: Cyber laws .commerce: Security risks of ecommerce. commerce. Web-site strategies and web-site design principles. Operational. OSI layering and TCP layering. Risk management options in e-payment systems. Business to Business E-Commerce: Need and alternative models of 13213 e-commerce. Business to Consumer E-Commerce: Cataloguing. order fulfilling arid order billing and payment delivery. 7. Taxation issues in e-commerce. Desk top video conferencing and marketing. Components of an effective electron~ payment system. Internet Protocois: Layers and networking. TCP. Push and pull technologies. e commerce security and a rational security policy for e-commerce. credit and legal risks of payment systems. LT Act 2000. EDI standards. order receipt and accounting. cost estimation and pricing. Costs EDI Infrastructure. Post sales services. credit care. EDI and paperless trading. IP. 12. 9. 11. EDI architecture. features of EDI service arrangement. 8. order scheduling. Cyber-laws in India and their limitations. security tools and risk-management approach. E-cash and currency servers. Multi . Organization restructuring. SLIP and PPP. order planning and order generation. UOP. alternative methods of customer communication. internet-based. 5. Business issues and economic implications. ISDN. ATM. DNS. smart cards. sources of threat. Knowledge management issues and role of e-commerce infrastructure. management. 10. Types of e-payment systems. . Emerging scenario in ISP. Multi-media technologies. order-selection and prioritization. Web-site Design: Role of web site In 132C e-commerce. 6. e-cheque. Integrated logistics and distribution. mass cauterization and product differentiation. VANs. Broadband networks and related concepts. Technologies. Security Issues in E .aims and salient provisions. EDI and I'TP based messaging.
replace. Corporate taxation and dividend tax. MFC 307 TRAINING REPORT AND PRESENTATION Each student shall undergo summer training for 6-8 weeks at the end of second semester and shall be required to submit a Training Report and present the same in the form of class seminar. Tax Payment: Tax deductions and collection at source. inter-corporate dividends and bonus shares. Course Inputs 1 . Advance payment of tax . 7. sale of assets used for scientific research. Tax Planning and Financial Management Decision: Tax planning relating to capital structure decision. and shutdown or continue decisions. Introduction to Tax Management: Concept of tax planning. as also their implications for corporate management. 3.MFC 306 CORPORATE TAX PLANNING AND MANAGENET Objective This course aims at making students conversant with the concept of corporate tax planning and Indian tax laws. 5. Special Tax Provisions: Tax provisions relating to free trade zones. Tax Planning for New Business: Tax planning with reference to location. 2. Repair. 6. nature and form of organization of new business. make or buy decisions. Tax Planning and Managerial Decisions: Tax planning in respect of own or lease. dividend policy. at the beginning of the third semester for evaluation. infrastructure sector and backward areas: Tax Incentives for exporters. . Tax avoidance and tax evasions. 4. Tax Issues Relating to Amalgamation: Tax Planning with reference to amalgamation of companies. renewal or renovation. each carrying 50 marks.
modernization.. Merger. diversification. Course Inputs I . divestment and liquidation strategies. Resource allocation. 4.industry. Organizational appraisal. Generic competitive strategiescost leadership. focus value chain analysis. Turnaround. bench marking. Concept of Strategy: Defining strategy. levels at which strategy operates. differentiation. structures for strategies. Strategy Implementation: Inter-relationship between formulation and implementation. take-over and joint strategies. Techniques of strategic evaluation and control. Strategy Formulation and Choice of Alternatives: Strategies. Global issues In Strategic Management . Functional level strategies. Functional Strategies: Marketing. 3. 5. 9. Approaches to strategic decision making. 8. Factors affecting strategic choice. 2. Functional Strategies: Personnel and financial' plans and policies.MFC 401 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT Objective The objective of this course is to enhance the decision making abilities of students in situations of uncertainty in a dynamic environment. Strategic advantage analysis and diagnosis. Strategic control. 7.. Environmental Analysis and Diagnosis: Concept of environment and its components-. competitor and SWOT analysis. Environment scanning and appraisal. service blue printing. Strategy and Structure: Structural Organizational design and change. SWOT analysis. integration. Strategy Evaluation: Overview of strategic evaluation. Process of strategic choice. production! operations and R&D plans and polices. Issues In strategy implementation. 6. objectives and goals. Mission and purpose. Strategic business unit (SBU). considerations.
Government regulatory framework. Course Inputs 1. Process followed by financial institutions. of appraisal under certainty and risk and uncertainty. Sources of Information. Planning capital structure. Strategic planning process. Measures Of variability and probability of completion by a specified date. 6. . Appraisal Criteria end Appraisal Process: Methods. Selection of plant and equipment. appraisal in practice. Provisions and considerations for computing taxable income. 4. Project appraisal techniques. profit and toss account and cash flows statement. Measurement of the impact on distribution.primary and secondary. Social Cost Benefit Analysis: Rationale for social cost benefit analysis. 3. Plant location and layout. Monitoring end Control: PERT and CPM techniques. Objectives and goals. Cost of Project and Means of Financing: Major cost components. Financial Policy and Strategic Planning: Components of financial strategy. SCBA in India. Projected balance sheet. Identification of Investment Opportunities: Project ideas. Various financing schemes of financial institutions. 2. Environment scanning and opportunity analysis. Critical path. screening of ideas. Project implementation practices in India. Financial Projections and Tax Considerations: Cost of production. event slacks and activity floats. MFC 403 STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Objective The objective of this course is to acquaint students with the advanced concepts of financial management and the application of the same in developing financial strategies for the organization. Market end Demand Analysis: Information required for market and demand analysis.MFC 402 PROJECT PLANING AND CONTROL Objective The objective of this course Is to enable students learn the process and issues relating to preparation. Means of financing. 8. L&M approach and UNIDO approach. appraisal. Technical Analysis: Materials and inputs. Investment. Break even analysis. Scheduling to match availability of manpower. 7. Course Inputs 1. Product mix. 5. Profitability. Production technology. Demand forecasting. review. and monitoring of projects. Network Technique for Project Implementation. Methodology of SCBA.
measurement.creation. secured premium notes. importance. 8. Corporate and. benefits and cost of merger. Challenges in the development of MIS. Restructuring: Mergers and amalgamations – corporate restructuring. Forward contracts. Corporate strategy and high technology investment. 5. 7. tactical and strategic. convertibles and exchangeable. 3. Course Inputs I . Financing Strategy: Hybrid securities namely’ convertible and non-convertible debentures deep discount bonds. fiscal Incentives. . Lease versus buy decision. Leasing: Meaning. 4. Information system for competitive advantage. Financial Policy and Shareholder Value Creation: Linkage between corporate strategy and financial strategy-. and management. pervasiveness of Information. legal procedure for merger. Shareholder value . Determination of swap ratios. Managing Financial Risk with Derivatives: Derivative securities: Hedging risk.2 Investments Decisions under Risk and Uncertainty: Techniques of investment decision risk adjusted discount rate. 6. Evaluation of tease from the point of view of lessor and lessee. statistical method. convertible preference shares. Expansion and Financial. warrants. types of Information operational. Implications of capital budgeting. Goals of MIS. MIS function in an organization. interest rate swaps. Information and Managerial Effectiveness: Information as a corporate resource. Evaluation of merger proposal. Introduction: Concept evolution and meaning of MIS. Process and methods of financing. types. reasons for merger. Currency contracts MFC 404 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM Objective The objective of the course is to develop an understanding of the structure and role of management Infon-nation systems in business. tax considerations. Future markets. certainty equivalent factor. capital structure and dividend policy on corporate strategy. Option contracts. sensitivity analysis and simulation method. Systems approach to problem solving. Venture Capital: Concept and developments in India. Distress restructuring. Option financing. Corporate Strategy. 2. and accounting considerations.
Information systems for finance. Information Systems: information systems and their role in business systems. marketing. changing role of Information systems. risk and control measures. network topologies. Evaluation and Maintenance of System: Methods and steps in implementation of system. Network media and hardware. MFC 405 MULTINATIONXLFINANCIALMANAGEMENT Objective This course offers an -understanding of the conceptual framework within which the key financial decision~ of multinational firm are analyzed. Vulnerability. Quality of information. Procurement options and outsourcing information system services.Level of management and information needs of management. Approaches and process of evaluating MIS. . 8 Security Issues Relating to information Systems: Threats to information systems. research and development and human resource areas. Rewards in international finance. types of networks. Concept of entity and relationships. Implementation. Multinational Financial Management: Growth 'and importance of international finance. 4 System Development Life Cycle: Sequential Process of software development. geographical information system. Data dictionary. Process of generation of information. 6. 3.' SQL and other related concepts iii DBMS. Development and Management of Data Bases: Relational databases. Date Communication and Networking: Uses of computer networks. Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE). information system audit. executive support system. Types of infon-nation system transaction processing systems. 7. users of information systems. Data communication over telephone. business expert system. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. Intranets and collaborative processing. Types of risk in International finance. manufacturing. MIS decision support systems. Course Input I . 5. Tools and the modular approach to software development. Normalization process. Data Base Management Systems (DBMS) and their components. etc.
406 DERIVATIVES AND RISK MANAGEMENT Objective This courses Introduces students to the application of various tools and techniques of financial risk management. Multinational Working Capital Management: Short-term overseas financing source International management of cash. duties and tariffs. options. over-the-counter options. Margins. Systematic and non-systematic risk. 3. political risk analysis in capital budgeting. Option markets. Political Risk: Measurement of political risk. Valuation of put options Index options. regulation and taxation. bond financing. trading. Option trading. Type of traders. interest rate risk. exchange traded options. Sources of Financial Risk: Credit vs market. Future markets. International accounting standards. bank financing. Options: Types of Options. 4. Black . Operation of margins.Scholes model for Call Options. 9. foreign exchange risk. Multinational Investment Decisions: Capital Budgeting for multinational corporations. future positions and taxation. Trading future contracts. accounts receivables and inventory management. International Tax Management: Corporate taxes. Settlement and regulations. Forward prices vs fixture prices. Financing Decision: Cost of capital for foreign investment and designing financial structure. 6. Future prices and spot prices. Binomial Option Pricing Model. International diversification.2. Government and development bank lending.clearing house. quotes. trading. 5. 8. Forward contracts. swaps and other derivatives. Tax havens. International capital asset pricing. management of political risk. purchasing power risk etc. Course Inputs I . Introduction: Meaning and purpose of derivatives. Consolidated financial reporting. Spreading risk. 2. International Accounting and Reporting: foreign currency translations.. Futures: Hedgers and speculators. . Valuation of options. margins. Value Added Tax (VAT). default risk. 4. clearing. margins. Specification of the future contracts. direct loans. Withholding Taxes. Future contracts. fixture contracts. Portfolio Investment: Benefits of International portfolio investment. MFC.. International Financing: Equity financing. Multinational transfer pricing and performance measurement. Wan-ants and convertibles. 7. Futures vs options. Branch verses subsidiary taxes. 3.
each carrying 50 marks. MFC 407 PROJECT REPORT AND VIVA VOCE Every student shall have an appropriate topic selected for doing Project Report at the beginning of the third semester and shall submit the same and face a viva voce at the end of fourth semester for evaluation. valuation of interest rate swaps. theta and gamma. Derivatives Market In India: Present position in India regulation. 7. Currency swaps and its valuation. . Working and trading activity. Portfolio Insurance. 6.5. Credit risk and swaps. SWAPS: Mechanics of Interest rate swaps. gamma.delta hedging. Vega and rho. theta. Managing Market Risk: Hedging schemes. Relationship in delta.
Note: a) b) C) 5% relaxation to SC/ ST in minimum eligibility marks. Tuition fees with full details of subheads: As Prescribed by University authority ii.New syllabus will be effective from 2010-2011 onwards Institute of Economics & Finance Bundelkhand University. ii. (Pass or Hons.) will run from the session 2010-2011. They will be admitted on the basis of interview. they must meet the eligibility criterion as in (a) above. Minimum eligibility with relaxation A candidate shall be eligible for admission to Master of Business Economics (Finance) MBE course if he/she has obtained bachelor's degree. Some seats are reserved for Industry Sponsored/NRI/NRI Sponsored/Foreign Candidates etc.Com.Sc. Procedure of admission Should have qualified the admission test /Interview/group discussion conducted by UPMCAT/ MAT/ Bundelkhand University or any other norms prescribed by Bundelkhand University in this regard from time to time. Jhansi [Master of Business Economics (Finance) MBE] This Course (M. B.. The course work shall be divided into two parts as given below: . Reservation will apply as per rules Head may consider relaxation of minimum eligibility percentage in special cases if seat are available.Tech or its equivalent degree recognized from any recognized University with a minimum fourty five (45%) marks. Head of the will also prepare a list of candidates for direct admission and admission shall be given on merit basis if seats are vacant. Course structure I.B. Prior to this course MBEF is an approve course Up to 2010-2011 by the academic council held on 11/09/2001 A. Course: Master of Business Economics (Finance) MBE B. Fees i. Duration: Two years full time (each year having two semesters) C.A.) B. B. Preparation and declaration of merit list Merit list will be prepared centrally by the University Admission committee/department. E. held by a selection committee constituted by the competent authority of Bundelkhand University consisting of Head & two teachers of the department. iii. Rules for refund of fees: As per university norms F. Medium of Instruction and Examinations: English D..E. B. However. Eligibility for Admission i.
in charge. the teacher in charge shall report it to the HOD. Examination i) Minimum Attendance (a) All students must attend every lecture and practical class. The teacher in . Attendance on account of participation in the prescribed functions of NCC. the attendance requirement for appearing in the examinations shall be a minimum of 75% of the classes actually held. However. III. NSS Inter-University sports. The statements of attendance of students shall be displayed on the Department's Notice Board at the end of each month and consolidated attendance before the conclusion of each semester as given in the University Calendar. is sent to the I lead of Department within two weeks of time after the function/ activity. provided the attendance record. The HOD will issue letter a notice to such students. In order to maintain the attendance record of a particular course. total marks allocated each paper. The course content is given in the syllabus G. internal assessment and marks in semester examinations are listed below. to account for the late joining or other such contingencies. (b) (c) (d) (e) .charge will consolidate the attendance record for the lectures and practical for each student. and no individuals notice shall be sent to students 1f a student is found to continuously absent from the classes without in1lorl-nation 11or a period of 30 days. During an academic year a candidate shall be enrolled only for one course of study and shall not appear at any other examination of this or another University. For the purposes of attendance. A copy of the same shall be send to the head of the Department for record. irrespective of the number of contact hours. Notices displayed of the Notice Board shall be deemed to be a proper notification. a roll call will be taken by the teacher in every scheduled lecture and practical class. etc. educational tours/field work assigned by the university to students shall be credited to the aggregate.Part I Semester I Semester 11 July to November December to April SUMMER TRAINING May to June (two months) Part 11 Semester III July to November Semester IV December to April II. every scheduled practical class will count as one attendance unit. The semester wise course outline. as to why his/her admission will not be cancelled. duly counter signed by the officer.
identity card 1ec and security deposits after seeking permission of the Head. provided the application for coordination of attendance. Likewise. A students detained on account of attendance will be re-admitted to the same class in the next academic year on payment of current fees except Enrolment fee. (d) The question papers shall be set by either an external or an internal examiner duly appointed through board of studies /Vice Chancellor's approval on the panel sent by HOD. (c) The semester exams shall be of 70 Marks for each subject. Thus. A consolidation marks list duly signed by the Head of the Department shall be sent to the Registrar at the conclusion of presentations.(f) (g) A students with less than 75% attendance of the lectures and practical in each subject/Course shall be detained from appearing in the semester examination. iii) . the end of each session and record of marks sh4ll be maintained by the teacher incharge. (b) The duration of semester examinations in theory will be 3 hours. The Head of the department may consider application for the coordination of attendance up to 5% on account of sickness or any other circumstances. There shall be no supplementary examination. Candidates may reappear in the examination of their uncleared courses/absent at the next semester examination of the same paper along with other students of junior batch. at the beginning of the third semester for evaluation. the left over courses of first semester shall be cleared in the III semester and those of II semester in IV semester. (h) The faculty shall evaluate the presentation at. ii) Issuance of admit cards The admit cards for the semester exams shall be issued at least 5 days before the commencement of each semester examinations after clearance of al I dues. leftover courses of III and IV semester would be taken by the student nest year along with. Scheme/Process of evaluation n) The semester examinations shall be held at the end of each semester as per notified schedule. duly certified by Registered Medical Practitioner and supported by documentary evidence is submitted within 7 days from the recovery. (f) The candidate shall have to make an oral presentation of his/her training report before a. joint session of the faculty and students. Presentation of the report carries 50 marks. (e) Each student shall undergo summer training for 6-8 weeks at the end of second semester and shall be required to submit a training report and present the same in the form of class seminar. (f) Training project report shall carry 100 marks.
(l) Every student shall have can appropriate topic selected for doing project Report / Dissertation at the beginning of the third semester and shall submit the same and face a Viva-voce at the end of fourth semester carrying 50 marks. p) There shall be three test in each course in each semester. presentations and viva-voice examinations etc. it is up to the individual faculty member to announce the date for tests or conduct them without prior announcement. This shall carry 50 marks. He/She should be in constant touch with his guide/supervisor and obtain his signature in the diary. There would be continuous appraisal of the project. o) Passing marks for internal assessment is 40% for each subject. (k) All students are required to present at the time of presentation. (m) A student will be required to maintain record of periodic progress in the project in a diary. (j) Any candidate who fails to defend his/her training report satisfactorily shall have to undergo training afresh at the following year and defend it in similar manner as laid down above. Their attendance will be taken into account while awarding marks for presentation. However. r) Consolidated marks of various components of evaluation shall be maintained by the teacher concerned and the same will be notified at the end of the semester. Internal Assessment (a) Internal assessment for 30 marks in respect of theory papers will be based on classroom test.(i) The same shall be evaluated jointly by internal and external examiner and the candidate will be required to appear for Viva-Voce. . quizzes. which will carry 50 marks as apart of internal assessment. Head of the Department will act as a moderator. Course instructors shall do the evaluation and marks will be notified within a week of such test. case discussions assignment. (n) The minimum pass marks shall be 40% in each theory/Lab course/dissertation and vivavoce (combined examination). assement of teacher including class attendance and class participation. In case of any difference of opinion between external and internal examiners. This shall carry a weightage of 15 marks two out of three class test will be considered for evaluation. q) Internal assessment for 15 marks shall be done by course instructor based on the classroom performance overall conduct. active participation.
(b) No candidate shall be promoted to MFC Semester-11 if he/she fails in more that three (3) papers of MFC Semester . Such student shall seek readmission in III semester in the next academic session as a regular student. as indicated below. V) Moderation of question papers No provision is for moderation of question paper. Such student shall seek re-admission in Ist semester in the next academic session as a regular student.s) The internal assessment marks shall be submitted through Head of the Department to the Registrar at the end of the semester. (c) A candidate may be promoted to Final Year if he/she has secured at least 50% marks in Semester I and Semester. (h) A candidate who has to reappear (as an ex-student) in the examination will retain the marks of internal assessment. (d) No candidate shall be promoted to MFC Semester . (e) After the declaration of the IV semester results if a candidate fails in any paper taking all the four semesters together he/she will have to reappear in these papers in convened semester in next academic year as an ex student along with the next batch. centre superintendent is empowered to take corrective decisions/actions Vi) Qualifying Promotion Criteria (a) A candidate who fails to secure 75% attendance in any course during a particular semester will have to seek re-admission. t) Candidates who fails in internal assessment /found absent in any paper will not be allowed to appear in external examination of that particular paper. practical and pro etc) secured by the candidate in the I & 11 year examinations. (i) A student who is required to seek re-admission for whatever reason will be required to appear for internal assessment afresh. In case of misprint found in tile examination hall. II taken together. vii) Declaration of results and award of degree.I Examination.IV if he/she fails in more than four (4) papers of the preceding three semesters taken together. (a) The result of the successful candidates shall be classified at the end of the final year of examination on the basis of the aggregate of marks of all subjects (theory. Distinction I Division II Division Fail f 75% and above f 60% and <75% f 50% and <60% Less than 50% .
(b) Candidates securing 75% or above marks in any course (s) and, having passed whole of the examination in first attempt shall be declared to have obtained Distinction in that course(s) viii) Back paper and improvement- maximum number of chances a. An examinee who fails to secure minimum pass marks in not more than half of the theory paper and/or in the aggregate shall be declared eligible to appear in back paper. Such candidates may be admitted provisionally to the next higher semester, subject to their clearing the backlog, as provided herein afterward. b. A student shall be allowed to avail two Chance to Clear the Backlog (ie. to appear in two subsequent examinations in continuation) provided that no student will be promoted to third semester/ final year if he has i backlog of more than 50% of the papers of semester I and 2nd semester together. ii. Not submitted his project assignment. c. Students who are declared failed on not fulfilling conditions in para viii (a) and viii (b) above may be allowed to reappear, in subsequent examinations as an ex-student. They shall be required to appear and clear only those paper, practical, viva Projects, in which they could not secure minimum pass marks and /or in any paper in case of having failed to secure minimum pass marks in the aggregate of the semester concerned. Marks of subjects, already cleared shall be carried over, as such. Span Period A student must complete all the requirements of MBE degree within a total period of five years from their admission. In a genuine case, if only dissertation is left to be cleared, permission may be granted to submit it even beyond the period of five years with prior approval of Vice-Chancellor/HOD. ix. Re-evaluation, scrutiny and moderation of results. Re-evaluation, scrutiny and moderation of results shall be conducted as per the general policy of the university. H. Inter University Transfer i.
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Inter University transfer is subject to permission from the competent authority from both
the institutions. This is subject to our minimum eligibility criteria as mentioned above (Refer Para D) The papers in which transferee students had passed (minimum 40% in each papers and aggregate 50% will be waived. The previous institutions should be recognized by Bundelkhand University.
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SYLLABUS BE 101 Managerial economics
1. Consumer Behavior: Law of demand, The demand function, Elasticity: Price, cost,
income, advertising elasticities etc., Basic ideas of demand estimation and forecasting; Indifference curves analysis, Substitutes and Complements, Normal an inferior goods;
Consumer's surplus, Consumption function and inter temporal choice. 2. Production analysis: Production functions, Economic and technical efficiency, Isoquant curves and choice of optimal combination of factors of production, Economies of scale and law of variable proportions cost curves and their estimation Long-run and short-run cost analysis, integration and growth of firms- concept of capacity utilization. 3. Price and output decisions under different forms of market structure - Perfect competition, Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition, Discriminating monopoly, Collusive (Cournot's duopoly Model, Chamberlain's oligopoly model, Kinked demand model, Stackelberg's duopoly model) and Non-collusive oligopoly (cartels and joint profit maximization, Market-sharing cartels), Bilateral monopoly, degree of monopoly and concentration. 4. Price Discrimination, Mark-up pricing. Dual pricing. Marginal cost pricing, Government regulated monopoly 5. Economic and financial decision-making: Time-value of money. Cash flows and measurement of investment worth, Investment analysis, steps in capital budgeting. Private and social cost-
benefit analysis BE 102 Business Environment
1. Business environment: Emerging domestic and global scenario, Company Law, Sto market and its regulation, Money and Capital markets, Industrial finance. 2. Income tax Act: Laws relating to personal income taxation. 3. Monopolies and restrictive trade practices Act, Sick industrial companies (Special provisions) Act 1985, Consumer protection Act Protection of Patents and trademark 4. Labour Legislation: Factories Act, 1948, Industrial disputes Act, 1947, Workman’s Compensation Act 1923, Payment of wages Act 1936, Payment of Bonus Act 196 Exit policy. 5. Regulation and promotion of foreign trade, Foreign Capital and Technology.
1. Corporate finance: Its scope, and objectives, 2. Conceptual background: Financial ratio analysis, Funds flow analysis, Financial forecasting and analysis of operating and financial leverages. 3. Techniques of capital Budgeting: analysis of risk and uncertainty and concept and measurement of cost of capital. 4. Capital structure decisions: Determination of capital structure; Balancing of risk, control, income and flexibility; Working capital decisions, Determinants of dividend policy. 5. Raising money through capital markets: Sources of finance in India, Working capital Assessment of working capital requirements and lending norms, Cash credit systems, Corporate deposits, Bills of finance; Project finance, Capital markets, Development banks, Internal financing.
1. Introduction to organizational behavior: Structures and designs; Individual behavior at work-perception; learning and reinforcement, motivation and performance, personality, personal values and ethics, cultural and social differences. 2. Group and inter- group relations, Group dynamics. 3. Organizational processes- Leadership, Communication, Power and politics in organizations; Conflict management. 4. Organizational change and development, Organizational development and Human resource planning appraisal. 5. Training and development in Indian enterprises and MNCs.
Problems and Policies of Indian economy
1. Structural trends in the Indian economy, development and bottlenecks, Agrarian relations Issues in agricultural and rural development. 2. Education, poverty and inequality of income distribution, Problem of unemployment Manufacturing Industries, Industrial policy, Services sector. 3 Fiscal, monetary and pricing policies. 4 Balance of payments, foreign exchange and external debt, Direct foreign Investment, 5 Public enterprises in India: Organization, financial planning, pricing and profitability Industrial relations, Disinvestment.
Computers and MIS
1. Computer fundamentals: Basic hardware concepts, Software operating systems. Data communications, LAN,WAN; Internet and business applications. 2. Computer applications in a modem office: Documentation. Publishing, Handling databases, Handling communications (e-mail, Internet, Intranet etc.). 3. Management information systems: Introduction and history of MIS, MIS vis-a-vis computer systems and organizational systems, Programmed and non-programmed decisions, Office automation systems, Transition processing systems, Decision support system, Knowledge based system. 4. Building MIS: Systems analysis, techniques of system analysis, Database designs, and System information. 5. Geographic information system: Introduction to GIS, Business applications of GIS and corporate planning, sales and marketing. Case studies of business GIS applications.
SEMESTER II BE 201 Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy 1. Basic macroeconomic model: Income determination, Consumption and Income behavior; Multiplier, Money demand and supply, Interest rate, Liquidity preference. 2. IS-LM analysis, Role and effects of monetary and fiscal policy changes, Deficit financing, Inflation and interrelationship. 3. Aggregate demand production function, Labour market aggregate supply, Wage rigidity and involuntary unemployment, Income policy, rational expectations and demand policy
4. Balance of payments, Exchange rates, Capital flows, and the role of fiscal and monetary policies, Mundell- Flemming model. 5. Theories of growth of national income, Structural aspects of growth, Investment an technical progress. BE 202 Analysis of Demand and Market Behavior 1. Estimation of demand function: Types of demand functions, elasticities of demand and Demand forecasting. 2. Identifying and evaluating marketing opportunities, external environment. Market- mix, Market segment. 3. Cost and profitability analysis, Pricing arid output budgeting. 4. Understanding consumer behavior, determinants of behavior, Consumer decision making process. 5. Functional problems: Advertising and promotion, Channel policy, Credit management, Customer services, Product policy, Personal and non-personal selling
BE 203 Operations Research 1. Definition, Scope and Limitations, Linear programming, Assignment problems, Transportation and Transshipment problems. 2. Non-linear, Integer, Dynamic and Global programming. 3. Inventory models replacement, Queuing theory, PERT, CPM and network analysis 4. Theory of Games, Markov analysis. 5. Simulations: Use of Monte-Carlo analysis method. BE 204: Industrial Economics 1. Industrial structure and market structure, Industrial concentration, Structure-conduct performance paradigms. Expansion of firms through merger, acquisition and diversification, Role and composition of foreign capital, MNC's and transfer pricing. 2. Role of government in the process of industrialization and collaborative business ventures etc. Research and development, Diffusion of technology, Product and process patent 3. Economic aspects of industrial efficiency, Measurement of capital utilization, Partial and total factor productivity. Infrastructure and interdependence of industries, Industrial locations, Regional development and the concept of core competence of different regions of lndia 4. Industrial growth and policies after independence, Small scale industries: Scope, viability and problems. 5. Industrial growth patterns of the US, Japan, Germany and NICs.
Log-normal. Theory of point estimation. International monetary system: Overview. International flow of funds. Basic Probability theory: Chebyshev's inequality and law of large numbers. Bivariate normal distribution. International banking. neo. Long-run investment decisions: Foreign investment decisions. global cash management. terms of trade. International financial institutions. Hedging operations. East Asia. Balance of payments. the prebish -singer theory and North south trade. International trading systems: from GATT to WTO. 4. tests of independence and disturbances. EC experience and bargaining power of the LDCs. state and bilateral agreements. factor reversals and factor prices. Interval estimation. impact and economic development. 4. the Kennedy round and 4: Tokyo round. financial deregulation. Political riskmanagement. 4. implication for less developed countries . Central limit theorem. Leontief paradox . Trade policies: types.varianc.BE205: Business Statistics and Econometrics 1. Financing international trade. Financial management of banks. Elements of statistical inference. BLUE and maximum likelihood methods. Trade in services . Estimation of regression parameters and error. Trading Blocks : EU.National. Cost of capital and financial structure. 3. 5. by least squares. Managing foreign exchange exposure: 2. . trade preferences for manufactured exports LDCs. BE 206: International Trade And Business 1. 3. world stock markets. 3. Binomial distribution. Tests of significance including Chi-square.' Problems of Muiticollinearity. Poisson. Concept of sampling.classical and modern trade theories. Offshore financial centres. Forward trading in international finance. measuring foreign exchange exposure. Determinants of trade: Classical. internal sources of funds and risk management. Foreign exchange and foreign exchange risk. potential in industrialized countries and macro economic structural judgment . 2. voluntary exports restraints and countertrade and stalemates in multilateral trade negotiations. autocorrelation. International financial competitiveness. 5. stabilization of commodity prices. and special trading arrangements for trade blocks in the Developing countries SEMESTER III BE 301: Global Finance 1.one way and twoway classification. Eurocurrency market. Financial decisions: International financial markets. Terms of trade and distribution of gain from trade. International transfer pricing. Distribution of statistic. t and F tests. Financial aspects of investment decisions. fxorr trade. commodities agreements. Multiple linear regression analysis. Multinational capital budgeting. Arbitrage and covered interest arbitrage. Pareto distribution and their properties. Normal. NAFTA. Test of significance of a regression coefficient. analysis of variance. 2. measuring foreign exchange risk. the 0.
. Functions and powers of SEBI. secondary and higher education. Commercial banks and the RBI in the money market. EXIM Bank. definition and role of money market instruments Pates in the money market. 2. Box-Jenkins model. Verdure capital institutions. functions of financial markets. 4.regressive 'and moving average models. BE 302: Service Sector Economics 1. Inputoutput methods. Hotel design and criteria. Over the counter exchange of India. 2. Capital markets in India: Primary and secondary markets in government security. Pricing and training. Travel marketing and management BE 303: Forecasting and Business Planning 1. Leading indicators. Issues in primary. Multinational accounting and test functions: Factors influencing development of accounting. transactions in foreign currency. 4. 5. End-use method. of Indi Securities trading corporation of India Financial institutions: development banks. 3. Institution And Services 1. model simulation and policy implications. Medium-term and Long-teem forecasting problems. non-linear and logistic curves. Taxation of foreign source income and double tax treaties. Mutual funds. Insurance policy. Role of discount houses and finance in India. Mechanisms of stock exchange operations. Production function and cost function. Environmental feasibility. 5. 2. Auto. Tourism: Development of resorts. classification of financial markets. 5. Factor analysis and its applications. Health. Structure. Estimation of Demand function and demand forecasting. Principal components analysis and its application to location of industries. Exponential something.viability and options. pattern and rate of growth of the service sector. Credit-rating agencies. Role of financial markets in the economy. 6. Air tourism. Functions of Insurance sector: Significance and limitations. Forecast obtained from simultaneous equation models and its standard error. Forecast obtained from single equation regression models and its standard error. Short -term. Factoring companies. Unit trust of India. 4. Life insurance corporation. Yield curves.5. BE 304:Financial Market. Time series analysis: Linear. Interrelationship between short-term interest rate and long-term interest rate. Distribution of income and measurement of inequality. Economics of human resources: Education and economic growth. Globalization and future of Insurance in India. Travel & tourism sectors. Role of stock holding corporation. measuring contribution of education to economic growth. Issues in privatisation of health services. Insurance. Fluctuations in money markets. Role of the services sector in the economy. Development of health services in India. The sole of government in financial markets: Money market in India. 3. Role of services rendered by merchant basks. financial statements.
. Application of programming techniques in capital budgeting. Application of Game theory. Utility approach. Application of profitability in investment decisions. International portfolio investment and foreign exchange risks. 2. Uncertainty and capital budgeting. Portfolio selection and uncertainty.BE 305: Investment Theory and Portfolio Management 1. Expected marginal approach. 5. 4. Cost of capital and uncertainty. Capital Asset pricing models. 3. Measurement of' risk.
4. retrenchment. Performance appraisal techniques. diversification. Environmental impact analysis (EIA). Theory of externalities. international trade. K Assessing external environment. Decision-making process. Policy alternative and grand strategies: Concentration market development. managers and workers in environment management. manpower standards. Personnel policies and organization of the personnel division. environmental aspect in relation to functional areas of management. BE 402 Personnel Management 1. 5. Group incentives. technical and operating personnel and officestaff Problem of shelf-sitters. Internal analysis of the firm. Defining company missions and goals. Environment laws and enterprise. Training and development of managerial. Socio-economic set-up of business in India: Internal and external perceptions. Market-based and hedonic price methods. product development. Human resource planning: long-term and short-term perspective.). 3. liquidation. Industry analysis. Work-study and. Problems of supervision and motivation at work. innovation. Deposit refund Scheme. 3. Career transition. Market failure. 2. 5. Organisational goals and human needs. Workers share in capital. Green Accounting. 4. HRM in public and private sectors in India and trans-national companies. BE 403 Economics of Environment and Natural Resource Planning 1. Strategic management decisions: Nature. Succession planning. measurement and limitations. Market based instruments for Industrial pollution Control. 2. Models of human resource development. employment tests and interviews. Behavioral aspect of training. earning progression analysis.SEMESTER IV BE 401 Business Policy and Strategy 1. Job decision and strategy: Recruitment and selection. Business firm and environment strategy. Forecasting manpower demand and supply. Developing the framework of fiscal instruments to correct the externalities (Taxation.. Environmental Audition. 2. management and career development: Wages and incentives. Strategy formulation. characteristics and process of strategic management decisions. 3. Environment and WTO . management and profit. Emerging paradigms of sustainable economic development and environment degradation/ depletion: Meaning. Environment as a public good. GIS. role of employers. Employee protection and representation. Compliance Fees Etc. Economic valuation techniques. divestiture and. joint ventures.
trading. interest rate risk. margins. 6. Credit risk and swaps. Vega and rho. working and trading activity. exchange traded options. theta. Futures: Hedgers and speculators. 5.404 1. product and advertising research Financial Derivatives BE. future positions and taxation. Option markets. . MARKETING AND DISTRIBUTION Marketing strategy And Research Strategic market planning. clearing: regulation and taxation: Warrants and convertibles. Future prices and spot prices: Forward prices vs future prices. Type of traders. swaps and other derivatives. default risk. Operation of margins. Currency swaps and its valuation. Course Inputs 1. valuation of interest rate swaps.405 Objective This courses Introduces students to the application of various tools and techniques of financial risk management.. Introduction: Meaning and purpose of derivatives. Settlement and regulations. consumer. quotes. 3. future contracts. developing a marketing m i x . Future contracts. Relationship in delta. Portfolio Insurance. Managing Market Risk: Hedging schemes. Index options. Margins. 3. gamma.delta hedging. margins. Option trading. Channel strategy Information system. theta and gamma. Trading future contracts. Forward contracts. loco motional strategies. Valuation of options. trading. Binomial Option Pricing Model. Options : Types of Options. Sources of Financial Risk: Credit vs market. 7.clearing house. SWAPS: Mechanics of Interest rate swaps. Specification of the future contracts. Systematic and non-systematic risk. 2. purchasing power risk etc. 4. Futures vs options. research process. Future markets. foreign exchange risk. Black-Scholes model for Call Options. Market gridding Product strategy. Derivatives Market In India: Present position in India regulation. 4.Group – B: BE. options. 5. over-the-counter options. Valuation of put options. 2. Pricing strategy Advertising.
4. The examination will be conducted annually which shall ordinarily be held in the month of March/ April or on such dates as may be fixed and notified by the University. The first year examination shall be open to a regular student who: I.) shall be 10+2 with Commerce/ Maths / Economics/ Science with atleast -45 % marks in aggregate. The Second.) Course 1 The duration of the course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Commerce (Hons. 3. III. in each year. JHANSI Ordinances for B. 8. 5. seminars and case discussions etc. may arrange back paper just after the annual examination separately. seminars. and IV. The last date for depositing of the fees shall be fixed by the University from time to time in consultation with the Head of Department of Economics & Finance. Has passed the previous year examination or as covered under clause 13 below. 2. 7. Has been on rolls of the department during the year preceding the first year examination. Has obtained pass marks (as given in clause 11 (i) below in the internal assessment of the paper(s) for which he is a candidate. Has obtained pass marks in the internal assessment of the paper(s) of the relevant year of which he is a candidate vide clause 13 below. case discussion etc.Institute o Economics & Finance BUNDELKHAND UNIVERSITY. second & third year shall be held along with forthcoming regular first.) shall be three academic years. The Head of the Department shall forward to the Registrar at least one week before the commencement of the examination in each year a list of the students who have satisfied the requirements of rules and are qualified to appear in the examination. Every candidate shall be examined in the course(s) as laid down in the scheme of examination and syllabi prescribed by the Academic council on the recommendations of the Board of studies in Banking Economics & Finance from time to time. (ii) 30 percent marks in each written paper shall be assigned for Internal Assessment. II. II. I.Com (Hons. However Head of the Deptt. . Re-examination.Com (Hon. III. 6. Minimum qualification for admission to the first year of B. Has been on rolls of the department during the year preceding the Second or Third year examination as the case may be. in each year. Has attended not less than 75% of lectures. Has attended not less than 75% of lectures. Third Year Examinations shall be open to a regular student who: I. if any and/or back-paper examination for the courses of first. second & third years examination of the next batch or on such dates as may be fixed by the Registrar.
. (ii) (iii) Provided that a candidate must have I passed all the three yearly examination since the date of joining the first year with in 5 years of him admission to the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce (Hons. Explanation: 50 percent of five papers will be taken as three (3) and that of seven papers as four (4) under this clause. may be permitted to join Third Year with in two years of his passing the second year examination. 16. in the meantime any prosecute has studies for the next higher year(s) and appear in the examination (s) for the same along with the examination for corresponding lower year(s). The medium of instruction and examination shall be English only.(i) Candidate who has completed the prescribed course of instruction in the department for any year examination but does not appear/ reappear in the concerned paper (s) or having appeared fails may be allowed.concerned year this/ these paper (s) are offered. without attending the classes. on the recommendation of the Head of the Department. A candidate whose result is declared late for on fault of his/her may attend classes for the next higher year provisionally at his own risk and responsibility. A candidate. the repetition of paper (s) will be allowed only once. to appear/reappear in concerned paper(s) as the case may be. (i) If a candidate fails to pass in any yearly examination even in the second chance as mentioned above may be allowed one additional chance on valid reasons to appear in the examination.) degree programme failing which will be deemed to be unfit for the Bachelor of Commerce (Hons. who having passed the second year examination discontinues his/ her studies. The amount of examination fee to be paid by a candidate for each year for re-examination back paper examination will be as per the norms of the university 12. Such a candidate. In case a candidate fails to pass the concerned year examination her provisional admission shall stand cancelled & these shall be no appeal. 15. 10. with the next regular examination when such examination is held. The minimum percentage of marks to pass the examination in each year shall be 40% in each written paper and Internal Assessment separately 11. In such case. 14. The Internal Assessment awards of a candidate who fails in any year examination shall be carried forward to the next examination provided that a candidate who has not obtained pass marks in the Internal Assessment for any paper(s) will not be allowed to take examination in the said paper(s) in the relevant 'year unless he repeats the course in the paper(s) concerned and obtains the minimum pass marks in the Internal Assessment. subject to his/her passing of the concerned year examination. when held.9. Provided that a candidate shall have to secure at least 40% marks separately as well as jointly with internal assessment is not less 50 % of the written papers appeared/ prescribed in that and shall be required to repeat all paper(s) of the.) programme.
17. As soon as possible after the termination of the examination the Registrar shall publish the result of the years examination. 18. Each candidate shall receive a copy of the detailed marks card on the declaration of the result. 19. The list of successful candidates after the Third Year Examination shall be arranged as under in three categories on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained in the First, Second, Third year examination taken altogether and the division obtained by the candidate will be stated in his/her Degree: (i) First Division 60% &above. (ii) Second Division 50% & above but less than.60%. (iii) Third Division 40% & above but less than 50% (iv) Fail Less than 40% 20. The improvement facility and grace marks will be allowed to the Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.) students as per the general policy of the University. The evaluation of Internal Assessment work shall be conducted in accordance with the guidelines laid down by the Board of studies in Institute of Economics & Finance. The Head of the Department shall ensure that these guidelines are followed and made available to the students also at the appropriate time. Not with standing the integrated nature of this program which is spread over three academic years the regulations enforce at the time a student joins the programme shall hold good only for the examination held during or at the end of the academic year and nothing in regulations shall be deemed to debar the university from amending the regulations and the amended regulations. If any shall apply to all students, whether old or new. Since the programme B.Com (Hons.) is a specialize programme during IV year every student will be of ferred one specialization group in addition to 3 compulsory papers; marks for which will be added in aggregate. During 11 second year of the course every student is required to opt. any one language from the offered languages and it is compulsory to obtain minimum 40% marks. However marks for the language paper will not be added in grand total.
After examination of 11 year of the programme B. Com (Hons.), every student is required to do a project work on any topic tinder guidance of internal guide decided by Head of the Department and Course Coordinator; report of which shall be submitted before date as prescribed by the Head of the Department. A viva-voce examination shall be conducted in addition to evaluation of report, during III year examination by at least one external and one internal examiner. The project shall be of 100 marks in total; of which 50 marks for report' evaluation and 50 marks shall be for viva-voce exam.
The University may increase/ decrease the number of specialized groups depending upon faculty available or other requirements.
27. Division of Marks: I Year Paper B.Com 101-107 (All compulsory) No. of papers External Ass. Internal Ass. 7 70 30 II Year B.Com 201-208* (All compulsory) No. of papers External Ass. Internal Ass. 8-1 70 30 *Language paper marks not to be added in grand total III Year B.Com 301-304 (Comp.) + B.Com 305-312 (Optional groups - any one) No. of Papers 5(theory) 1 (project) 100 External Ass. Internal Ass. 70 30 50 (report)+50 (viva)
B.Corn (Hons.) lst Year, BC 101 Business Organization & Management Objectives : The purpose of this paper is to impart to the students an understanding of sate of the art of management & business concepts practices with a view to preparing them to face up to the emerging challenges of managing resources, managing business processes and managing managers. Unit I
Foundation of Indian Business Spectrum of Business Activities, Manufacturing and Service Sectors. India's experience of globalization, liberalization, and privatization. Multinational corporations and Indian transactional.
Unit, 11 Entrepreneurial opportunities in contemporary business environment: Networking marketing, Franchising, Business Process Outsourcing, Ecommerce and M-Commerce. Process of setting up a business enterprise. Opportunity and idea generation role of creativity and innovation. Feasibility study and preparation of business plan. Unit III
Functional aspects of business: (a) Administrative: Choice of a suitable form of business ownership. Starting and operating small venturing enterprises, (b) Operations: business size and location decisions. Lay out: mass production and mass customization, productivity, quality and logistics. (c) Marketing: marketing and consumer behaviour, Product and pricing decisions, Distribution and promotional decisions (d) Finance: Money and banking, Financial management and securities markets, risk management and insurance (e) Human resources: Source of human capital, Strategies for attracting (staffing) and retaining (training and compensation) human resources.
Unit IV Development of Management Thought: Classical, Neo-classical, System, Contingency and Contemporary Approach to Management - Drucker, Porter, Senge, Prahalad, Hammer, and Tom Peters Management in Perspective: Management of Strategic Change, Knowledge Management Learning Organization, Managing Diversity, Corporate Governance Unit V: Process of Managing (a) Planning Corporate Strategy: Environmental Analysis and Diagnosis, Formulation of Strategic Plan; Growth strategies -internal and external; Decision-making concept, Process, Rationality and Techniques, Information Technology and decision-Making, Decision Support
System (b) organizing and Staffing: Contemporary Organizational formats Project, Matrix and Networking, (c) Management in Action: Motivation concept and Theories: Maslow, Herzberg, McGregor, and Ouchi;. Leadership Concept and theories: Leadership Continuum, Managerial Grid, Situational Leadership, Transactional and Transformational Leadership; Communication formal and Informal Networks, Barriers and Principles (d) control : Concept and Process, Effective Control System, Modern Control Techniques - Stakeholder Approaches (Balanced Score Card) Accounting Measures (Integrated Ratio Analysis), and Economic and Financial Measure (Economic Value Added and Market Value Added), Behavioral. Aspects of Management Control.
wholesale branch. Persons interested in accounting. Classification of expenditure. Depreciation accounting. Change in Profit Sharing Ratio. depletion. fixed and fluctuating capital. dissolution of a partnership firm-Modes of dissolution of a firm. Conversion of consignment into branch. Accounting records for goods of substantial sale values. Profit and loss account. After sales-service. Opening entry.B. Final accounts. Installment purchase system. Adjustment entries. Gradual realization of assets an piecemeal distribution. and accounting records for goods of small values. Debtors system. Meaning of hire purchase contract. Depreciation. Depreciation policy as per Accounting Standard 4. Provisions and reserves. Branches of accounting. Journal. Insolvency of pavtners. development. Sale of firm to a company. Rectification of errors. Sub division of journal Unit II Capital and Revenue: Classification of Income.Com (Hons. joint Venture Accounts: Meaning of joint venture. Unit III Depreciation. Hire-purchase and installment purchase system. Depreciation of different assets. Course Inputs Unit -1 Meaning and Scope of Accounting: Need.) 1st Year BC 102 Financial Accounting Objective To Impart basic accounting knowledge as applicable to business. stock and debtor system. Valuation of unsold stock.. Foreign branch. Retirement of a partner. Compound journal entry. amortization and dilapidation. Final accounts. Accounting transactions: Accounting Cycle. Accounting principles. Rules of debit and credit. Rectification of errors: Classification of errors. Final accounts system. Partnership deed.(only outlines). joint venture and partnership. Trial balance. Accounting concept of income. Depreciation of replacement cost. Book-keeping and accounting. Methods of recording depreciation. Accounting records. Accounting concepts and income measurement. Manufacturing account. Depreciation accounting. Expired cost and income measurement. joint Life Policy. Balance sheet. Suspense account. Classification of receipts. Causes of depreciation. Reconstitution of a partnership firm-admission of a partner. Independent branch. Amalgamation of partnership firms. disclosures. Unit V Partnership Accounts: Essential characteristics of partnership. . Accounting entries. Objectives of accounting. Unit IV Special Accounting Areas Consignment Accounts: Important terms: Accounting records. Location of errors. Provisions and Reserves: Concept of depreciation. Rules regarding posting. Accounting Principles: International accounting standards. Effect on profit. Death of a partner. Goodwill. Branch Accounts: Dependent branch. Adjustments after closing the accounts. Methods for providing depreciation. Relationship between journal and ledger. Legal provision regarding hire-purchase contract. Trading account. and definition of accounting. Accounting standards in India.
price and output decisions. optimal combination of resources. long run an short run costs of production.I Objective: Objective of the course is to acquaint the students with the concept of microeconomics dealing with consumer behaviour. Economics and diseconomies Of scale and the shape of the long run average cost. Indifference curves as an analytical tol (cash subsidy Vs kind subsidy). Demand-supply analysis . including industry's long run supply. the expansion path. Consumer surplus. . production function. Price elasticity and price consumption curve. Movements along versus shifts in the demand curve. Course Contents Unit-I The concept of demand and the elasticity of demand and supply: Demand curves: individual's demand curve. market demand curve.Walrasian and Marshallian. marginal rate of technical substitution. producer surplus. Consumer's equilibrium (necessary and sufficient conditions). Unit-V Perfect Competition: Assumptions. Learning Outcomes: The students would be able to apply tools of consumer behaviour and firm theory to business situations. Unit-IV Cost of Production: Social and private costs of production. The course also makes the student understand the supply side of the market through the production and cost behaviour of firms. income consumption curve and Engel curve. Indifference curve analysis of consumer behaviour. returns to scale. Production isoquants. price change an income and substitution effects. Revealed Preference.Com (Hons. Elasticity of demand: price.B.) 1st Year BC 103 Microeconomic Theory & Applications . Unit-11 Consumer Behaviour: Notion of indifference and preference. Linear homogeneous production function. income and cross. isoclines. Equilibrium of the firm and the industry in the short and the long. Unit-III Production: Fixed and variable inputs. average and marginal products. Concept of revenue: Marginal and Average. Revenue and elasticity of demand. difference between accounting and economic profits. Stability analysis . difference between economic and accounting costs. economic region of production. Learning curve. law of variable proportions. total. runs.
Nature do Commodities Learning Curve. and by use of partial fractions. Leontiff Input-Output Model. elementary row or column operations. Solution of a system of linear equations having unique solution and involving not more than three variables. Simplex Method . Standard forms. Unit 11 Integration : Integration as anti-derivative process. Cases of one variable involving second or higher order derivatives. unbounded solution and redundant constraints. Maxima and Minima. Present value and amount of an annuity. Finding inverse of a matrix through adjoint and elementary row of column operations. Homogeneity of functions and Euler's theorem. Types of matrics: Algebra of matrics. multiple solutions.Solution of problems up to three variables. Definite integration. Unit IV Linear Programming-Formulation of LPP. Graphical method of solution. by parts. Total differentials. Valuation of simple loans and debentures. Consumers and producers surplus. Methods of integration-by substitution. Differentiation of implicit function with the help of total differentials.) 1st Year BC 104 Business Mathematics Objectives The objective of this course is to enable the students to have minimum knowledge of Mathematics as is applicable to business economic situations. Properties of determinants. Cases having no solution. Unit III Matrices and Determinants : Definition of a matrix. including the case of continuous compounding. Duality.B. Finding areas in simple cases. transportation Problem. Problems relating to two variables including the case of mixed constraints. Unit I Calculus (Problems and theorems involving trigonometrically ratios are not to be done). Cases of two variables involving not more than one constraint. Differentiation: Partial derivatives up to second order. Calculation of values of determinants up to third order Adjoint of a matrix. Problems relating to sinking funds . including cases of mixed constraints. Unit V Compound Interest and Annuities: Certain different types of interest annuities.Com (Hons.
Offer and acceptance. Performance of the contract of sales. Capacity of parties to contract. Features. price. Guarantee. Course Inputs Unit I Law of Contract (1872): Nature of contract. Crossing of a cheque. Hire purchase agreement. Special Contract: Indemnity. Unit 11 Sale of Goods Act 1930 : Formation of contract of sale. discharge of contract. Negotiation. Holder and holder in the due course. Unit IV The Consumer Protection Act 1986: Salient features. Bailment an dpledge. Promissory note: Bill of exchange & cheque. Free consent. Unpaid seller and his rights. Grievance redressed machinery. . Goods and their classification. Performance of contract. sale by auction.) 1st Year BC 105 Business Law Objective The objective of this course is to provide a brief idea about the framework of Indian business laws.B-Corn (Hons. Agreement declared void. types of crossing. Legality of object. Unit III Negotiable Instrument Act 1981 Definition of negotiable instruments. Definition of consumer. Consideration. Transfer of property in goods. Conditions and warranties. Unit V Foreign Exchange Management Act 2000: Definitions and main provisions. Remedies for breach of contract. Classification. dishonor and discharge of negotiable instrument. Agency.
IV. • Database: The Modern Approach. and control for various level in Business. • Type of Information system • Information requirement for Planning. • Basic of data arrangement and Access Database System • Traditional file Environment • Identification of Relevant data • Evolution of Database Technology. assemblers. Firmware. Industry. Relationship between hardware and software II. WAN. Coordination. System Software: Operating System.) 1st Year BC 106 Introduction to Computers & Information System Objectives: To provide computer skills and knowledge for commerce students and to enhance the student's understanding of usefulness of information technology tools for business operations. compiler. linkers. Wireless Network • Introduction to networking • Importance of networking • Communication devices such as Modem • Features of Networking Introduction to Internet • Meaning of Internet • Growth of Internet • Owner of Internet • Anatomy of Internet • Basic Internet Terminology • Net Etiquette • World Wide Web • Internet Protocol • Usage of Internet to society • Search Engines. function of operating system. Overview of operating system.B. III. interpreter. Com (Hons. Live-ware • Software: I. Application software: General Purpose Packaged Software and tailor made software. Basic Concepts: • What is a Computer • Characteristics of a Computer • Advantages of Computers • Limitation of Computers • Types of Computers • Applications of Computers • Data Representation Essential Components of Computers: • Hardware. Translators. PART-A Unit 1. . Unit 2 Information Systems • Meaning • Need of an efficient information System. Net works: LAN.
• Word Processing Concepts. Introduction to Essential tools Unit 3 Word Processing • Introduction to word Processing. • Moving data from selected cells. • Payroll statements. • Closing. • Checking and Correcting spellings • Bullets and numbering • Tabs • Paragraph Formatting • Indent • Page Formatting • Header and Footer Mail Merge Tables Formatting the table Inserting filling and formatting a table Unit 4 Spreadsheet and its Business Applications • Spreadsheet concepts • Creating a work book. Generally used Spread sheet functions • Mathematical • Statistical • Financial • Logical Creating spreadsheet in the following areas • Loan & Lease statement. • Organizing charts and graphs. • Finding and replacing text. • Saving. • Formula Copying. • Rearranging Worksheet. • Editing text. • Printing worksheet. • Ratio Analysis • Graphical representation of data. • Formatting. • Editing a work book. • Selecting text. • Saving a work book. deleting work sheets. • Project involving multiple spreadsheets.Part B. • Frequency distribution and its statistical parameters Unit 5 Database Software o Creating Data Tables o Editing a Database o Performing queries o Generating Reports . • Handling operators in formulae. • Entering data in a cell. • Use of templates Working with word document: • Opening an existing document/ creating a new document. • Inserting.
Business concerns etc. Justice. Equality. Rights and Recognition. Citing references.III Thinking conceptually about Politics: Liberty.Com (Hons. . Market and Globalization. Summarizing annual report of companies Unit-II Writing minutes of meetings E-correspondence Spoken English for business communication (Viva for internal assessment) Making oral presentations (Viva for internal assessment) Unit .B. Writing a project report. Domain of Politics and Ethics: Democracy and Welfare state. as also to use electronic media for business communication Course Content: Unit-I Introduction to the essentials of Business Communication: Theory and practice. comprehension and communication. writing.107 Business Communication & Business Responsibilities Objective: To equip students of the B.) course effectively to acquire skills in reading./ business negotiations. and using bibliographical and research too Is.) I Year BC . The Idea of a God-society. Writing reports on field work/ visits to industries. Concept of Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility.Com (Hons.
simple problem only. account from a given trial balance. Concept of non-performing assets (NPA).B.) 11nd Year BC 201 Corporate Accounting Learning objectives: To help the students to acquire the conceptual knowledge of the fundamentals of the corporate accounting and to learn the techniques of preparing the financial statements. demat shares and Employee Share option Scheme (ESOS). Unit III Amalgamation of Companies Concepts and accounting treatment as per Accounting Standard 14 (ICAI) (excluding inter company holdings). Internal reconstruction: concepts and accounting treatment excluding scheme of reconstruction. Unit V Cash Flow Statement Concepts of funds. forfeiture and reissue of forfeited shares-Issue of rights and bonus shares-SEBI Guidelines-Concepts. Valuation of Goodwill and Valuation of Shares Concepts and calculation . Disposal of company profits. excluding calculation of managerial remuneration. Preparation of cash flow statement as per Accounting Standard (AS): 3 (Revised) (ICAI): Indirect method only . Accounts of Holding Companies/ Parent Companies Preparation of consolidated balance sheet with one subsidiary company.Com (Hons.I Accounting for Share Capital Issue. Relevant provisions of Accounting Standard: 21 (ICAI) Unit IV Banking Companies Preparation of final. of book building. Redemption of preference shares and buy back of shares. Issues and redemption of Debentures Unit 11 Final Accounts Preparation of profit and loss account and balance sheet of corporate entities. Course Contents Unit .
Articles of Association. Unit-III. allotment and forfeiture of share. Depositories Act 1996.Memorandum of Association. Convening and conduct of shareholders meetings. removal of directors. Building.B. (i) (ii) . Emerging issue in Company Law. Members and Shareholder .: The objective of the course is to impart basic knowledge of the provisions of the Companies Act 1956 and Depository Act 1996 along with relevant case law.Concept and formation. their legal position. Winding up .their rights and duties. Producer Company . Corporate governance . Investigations.Promoters. other managerial personnel and remuneration.concept and modes of winding up. Doctrine of Constructive Notice and Indoor Management. illegal association. Types of companies.11 Share Capital . Course Contents Unit .Concept. pre incorporation contract and provisional contracts. association not for profit.Issue. relevance .Com (Hons. legal position.) IInd Year BC 202 Corporate Laws Objective. Unit IV Dividend and issue of bonus shares. Prospectus and Book. powers and duties disclosures of interest. Unit . Formation of company.Directors-their disqualifications appointment. Documents -. Management .I Introduction: Concept of lifting of corporate veil. board meetings.and provisions under agreement.
Standard Error of Estimates. Skewness and Kurtosis: meaning and measurement. deciles. Causation and correlation.8 Moments: calculation including Sheppard's corrections. splicing and deflating.2 Measures of Central Tendency (a) Mathematical averages including arithmetic mean.Com (Hons.1 Meaning and uses of index numbers.3.Correlation and Regression Analysis 2. 3. Unit-11 Simple .) IInd Year BC 203 Business Statistics Objective: The objective of this course is to familiarize students with the basic statistical tools used to summarize and analyse quantitative information for decision making.1 Correlation Analysis.III Index Numbers 3. univariate and composite. 1. Problems in the construction of index numbers. standard deviation.4. Scatter diagram. Unit-I Statistical Data and Descriptive Statistics 1.2 Regression Analysis. multiple and partial.1 Types of statistical data.B. Principles of least squares and regression lines. frequency curve and give. Aggregative and average of relatives – simple and weighted. Range. Regression equations and estimation. 2. 1. . Properties and applications. 1. Construction of index numbers: fixed and chain base. quartile c1twiation. Base shifting. geometric mean and harmonic mean. Preparation of frequency distributions and their graphic presentation including histogram. frequency polygon. and percentiles) 1. Importance share price indices including BSE SENSEX and NSE NIFTY. Construction of consumer price indices. linear and non-linear. Unit. and their co efficient Properties of standard deviation/ Variance. mean deviation. 3. Pearson's coefficient of correlation: Correlation. Significance of moments.3 Measures of Variation: absolute and relative. Meaning of Correlation: simple.2 Tests of f adequacy of index numbers. (b) Positional Averages Mode and median (and other partition Values including quartiles.
Approaches.IV Time Series Analysis 4. additive and multiplicative models. Replacement. Probability distributions: Binomial.based cost allocation. joint and by products. Standard. Under-and over -absorption. LIFO. objectives and advantages Of Cost accounting. ratio-to-trend. ratio-to-moving averages and link relatives methods. over time.4 5. The decision environment.) 2nd Year BC 204: Cost Accounting Objective: To acquaint the students with basic concepts used in cost accOL11-itil-ill and various methods involved in cost ascertainment systems. Methods of pi-icing of materials issue . Pay-off and regret matrices. to the calcul4on of probability. Conditional probability and Bayes Theorem. bad debts. allocation. Role of a cost accountant in an organization.2 Trend analysis. Cost concepts and classifications. Elements of cost. Criteria of decisionmaking Laplace.integral systems.5. concept and treatment of idle time. 4. Addition and multiplication laws of probability. apportionment and absorption of Overhead. Component of time series. Theory of Probability. Unit III: Overhead: Classification. Savage. Calculation of event probabilities. Treatments of certain items in costing. valuation of work in progress.2 5.Unit . of Lectures: 18) 5. Labour: Accounting and Control of labour cost. Difference between cost accounting and financial accounting. Installation of a costing system. 5. Conversion of annual liner trend equation to quarterly/ monthly basis and vice-versa.1. research and development expenses. second degree parabola and exponential.. (Excluding Bayesian analysis). Treatment of Ma tet-ia I Losses. Unit IV: Methods of Costing: Unit costing.3 Seasonal variations-calculation and uses. packing expenses. storage and issue Of materials. Reconciliation of cost and financial accounts. Capacity costs. Weighted Average.) Service costing (only transport). EVPI and its calculation.3 5. Contract Costing. Simple averages. Unit V Accounting Systems: Integral and non. principle of least squares-linear. Accounting and control of Purchase.6 . Expectation and variance of a random variable. Activity . Maximum/Minimax.FIFO. Job costing.Com (Hons. Moving averages. Decision Trees B. Process costing (process losses. Probability Distributions and Decision Theory (Nos. Unit II: Materials: Material/ Inventory control-concept and techniques. time keeping and time booking. Course Contents: U nit I: Introduction: Meaning. and Expectation. 4. labour turnover and fringe benefits. Fitting of trend line using. Poison and Normal.Unit-V Probability. Simple Average. Maximum/ Minimum.1 5. like interest on capital.
present discounted values. collusiva cligopoly price-leadership model-dominant firm.quality uncertainty. caretels. Rental element in factor remuneration Unit-IV Inter-temporal Analysis and Choice under Uncertainty Intertemporal choice-Stocks versus flows. market signalling. Unit-11 Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly: Monopolistic competition price and output decision-equilibrium. sales maximisation.Com (Hons. Unit-V General Equilibrium and Market Failure: General equilibrium & efficiency (in Pareto optimal terms). Determination of factor rewards under conditions of monopsony. Market power and inefficiency. Price discrimination. Shifts in demand curve and the absence of the supply curve. Peak-load pricing.) IInd Year BC 205 Microeconomic Theory & Applications-11 Objective: The objective of the course is to acquitting the students with various market structures within which a firm operates. determination of interest rates.B. Comparison of pure competition and monopoly. Prisoner sdilemma. preference towards risk. principal-agent problem. moral hazard. reducing risk. investment decisions by consumers. Role of trade unions. Unit-III Market for Factor Inputs: Determination of factor rewards in perfect input markets in the short & long runs under conditions of perfect and imperfect commodity markets. and externalities. Measurement of monopoly power and the rule of thumb for pricing. monopolistic and monopolistic exploitation. The social costs of monopoly power. -Market failure and the sources of market failure. Course Contents Unit-I Monolopy Monopolist's decision and equilibrium. Risk. . Monopoistic Competition and economics. Contestable markets theory. asymmetric information . capital investment decision. Stackelberg model. Public goods. The Course also deals with long-term decision making and market efficiency. efficiency Oligopoly and Interdependence-Cournot's duo poly model. Kinked demand mode.
Unit-II Audit Procedure Vouching and verification of Assets & Liabilities. Recent Trends in Auditing: Basic considerations of audit in EDP Environment.) 11nd Year BC 207 Auditing Objective To provide knowledge of auditing principles. . Classification of Audit. Unit-III Audit of Limited Companies: Company Auditor: Qualifications and disqualifications.Com (Hons. Auditor's Report: contents and Types: Auditor's certificates Unit IV: Special Areas of Audit: Special features of Cost audit. Audit Committee. Appointment. Rights. However marks obtained will not be added in grand total. Remuneration. Tax audit and Management audit. Course Contents Unit 1: Introduction: Meaning.B. Relevant Case Studies/ Problems B.Internal Check and Internal Audit. Objects. Basic Principles and Techniques.) 11nd Year BC 208 It is compulsory for every students to obtain minimum 40 % marks in language paper. Removal.Com (Hons. procedures and techniques in accordance with current legal requirements and professional standards. Internal Control . Audit Planning. Duties and Liabilities. Unit V: Relevant Auditing and Assurance Standards (AASs).
control and decision making. significance. Unit-V: Decision making: Costs for decision making. Responsibility Accounting: Concept. make or buy. cost reduction. seller process further. Fixed and flexible budgets. Control ratios. Disposition of variances. Unit-11: Budgeting and budgetary control: Concept of budget and budgetary control. merits and limitations. variable costing and differential analysis as aids in making decisions-fixation of selling price. Variance analysis-material. labour. limitations.) III Year BC 301 Management Accounting Objective : To provide the students knowledge about use of costing data for planning. exploring new market. Contribution/ Sales ratio. cost control. and applications. key factor. . Divisional Performance Measurement Financial Measures.Com (Hons. Unit-IV: Absorption versus variable costing: Distinctive features and income determination. Unit-I Nature and Scope. cost management. Unit-III: Standard costing and variance analysis: Meaning of standard cost and standard costing: advantages.B. operate or shutdown. Programme and performance budgets. Different Responsibility Centers. Difference between cost accounting and management accounting. Functional budgets. Budget administration. Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis-. Angle of incidence. objectives. Determination of cost indifference point. Zero base budget. product mix. Break-even analysis-algebraic and graphic methods. Margin of safety. overhead and sales variance.
) III Year BC 302 Macroeconomics Objectives: The course aims at providing the student with knowledge of basic concepts of the Marco economics.B. fiscal and monetary policy. interest-rate differentials case of a large economy. saving and investment in a small and a large open economy. and aggregate demand-aggregate supply analysis. determination of demand. Section A: Indian Economy . effect of tax. Philips curve. determination of aggregate demand. role of expectations adaptive rational. interest and income Elasticities of demand for real balances. inflation and interest rates.IS-LM framework. including the open economy. exchange rates. unit-Ill Inflation.Corn (Hons. Unit-V Behavioral Foundations-Investment eterminants of business. Supply of money B. shifts in aggregate demand. Course Contents Unit-I Introduction – concept and variables of macroeconomics. and conditions of equilibrium.Nature and Development Unit -1 Economic Growth and Economic Development. Unit-11 Economv in the short run . frictional and wait employment. components of expenditure. Unemployment-natural rate of unemployment. Demand for Money Portfolio and transactions theories of demand for real balances. income.Corn (Hons. fixed investment. It will prepare students in understanding the issues and policies of present day Indian Economy. The proposed syllabus addresses these issues relating to structural changes in Indian Economy. With liberalization. causes of rising and falling inflation. Static economy in the long -run determination of supply.) III Year BC 303 Indian Economy Objective: During 1990's India has witnessed wide ranging economic reforms covering various sectors of the economy. Factors in Economic Development with special reference to Human and Sustainable Development. . expenditure and the circular flow. Unit-IV Open economy-flows of goods and capital. the trade-off between inflation and unemployment. aggregate supply in the short and long run. consequent upon globalization.Flaming model with fixed and flexible prices-small open economy with fixed and with flexible exchange rates. sacrifice ratio. social costs of inflation. Mundell . The modern tools of macro-economic analysis are discussed and the policy framework is elaborated. the issues relating to open economy have become more relevant. determinants of residential investment and inventory investment.
Unit-V External Sector Structural changes in India's Foreign Trade.Growth Trend and Structural Change.India as a Developing Economy and Emerging Trends. Services Sector Role and Growth of Service Sector with reference to IT and Financial Services. (iii) (East Asian Experience) . Latest Five . Issues in Development Planning in India-Population. Food Security in India. Poverty. Government's Policy towards foreign Capital. Small Scale and Cottage Industries-Growth Experience and Policy. Industrial Policy with particular reference to IPR-1991. National Income of India . Un-employment and Price Behaviour. Resource Mobilization and Fiscal Policy Section B :Sectorial Analysis of Indian Economy Unit-III Agricultural Sector India's Agriculture Development & Policy -New Agricultural Development Strategy. Institutional and Technological Changes.Year Plan. Public Sector and the issue of Privatization and Disinvestments. Capital inflows. India Agriculture-Changing Scenario in the context of an Open Economy. Trade Policy Reforms. India's Balance of Pavment Problem. India and World Economy: (i) Globaization (ii) India and W.Nature of Indian Economy.T.-O. Agriculture Price Policy. Unit IV Industrial Sector Industrial Growth and diversification. New Economic Policy-Economic Reforms and their impact on Indian Economy.
Sources of long term financing. Course Contents Unit-I Scope and objective. Operating and financial leverage. Valuation of securitiesBonds and Equities.Relevance and irrelevance of dividend decisio for corporate valuation Cash and stock dividents.Average cost of capital (WACC) and Marginal cost of capital. Net Present Value (NPV) Net Terminal Value. sources of short-term finance. dividend policy in practice. Weighted. The Capital Budgeting Process.Certainty Equivalent Approach and Risk-Adjusted discount Rate.) III Year BC 305 Elective Group .B. Unit-11 .I Financial & Investment Management FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Objective: To familiarize the students with the principles and practices of financial management.Com (Hons. Risk and return. Internal Rate of Return (IRR). receivables management inventory management and payable management . determinants of capital structure. Cash flow Estimation. Capital budgeting under Risk -. Unit-IV: Dividend Decision . Debt and Preference Capital. Accounting Rate of Return. financing mix. cash management. Profitability Index. Time value of money. Playback Period Method. Unit-III: Cost of Capital and Financing Decision: Estimation of components of cost of capital equity capital and External & Internal Retained Earnings. Capital structure. Unit-V: Working Capital Decisions: Concepts of working capital. the risk return trade off.
realestate.Com (Hons. default risk and credit rating. indider trading. and mutual funds. Introduction to financial Derivatives. Indian money market. An overview of Indian financial system. the market particpants and trading of securities. Flow of funds matrix. Course Contents Unit-I The Investment Environment . Concept of return and risk. estimating bond yields. Unit V: Investor Protection-SEBI & role of stock exchanges in investor protection. Unit-11 .) III Year BC 307 Elective Group . Services & Insurance FINANCIAL MARKETS. Commodities.11 Financial Institutions. Role of central bank in money market. sources of financial information. Portfolio Risk and Return.Com (Hons.) III Year BC 306 Elective Grou12-1 Financial & Investment Management FUNDAMENTALS OF INVESTMENTS Objective: To familiarize students with different investment alternatives. Real Estate and Financial Assets.B. Financial Derivatives Markets in India.Bond features.The investment decision process. types of bonds. B. Technical Analysis and Efficient Market Hypothesis. introduce them to the framework of their analysis and valuation and highlight the role of investor protection.an overview. Unit-11 Fixed Income Securities . Unit-IV: Portfolio Analysis and Financial Derivatives: Portfolio and Diversification. organization and instruments. security market indices. Financial Markets: Money market. Impact of Taxes and Inflation or return.functions. the Indian securities market. INSTITUTIONS & FINANCIAL SERVICES Objective: To provide the student an overview of financial markets & institutions in India and to familiarize them with important fee and fund based financial services in India. Capital Markets- . and price-earnings multiple approach to equity valuation. Unit-III Approaches t o Equity Analysis: Introductions to Fundamental Analysis. investor grievances and their redressed system. types of bond risks. Types of Investments-Commodities. Course Contents Unit-I An Introduction to Financial System. Financial intermediation. its Component s – financial markets and institutions. investors' awareness and activism. dividend capitalization models. Financial system and economic development.
SEBI and investor protection.Com (Hons. • Definition of insurance and its legal position in-India. Regulatory framework relating to merchant banking in India. Venture capital finance. . organization and instruments. Non-banking financial companies (NBFCs). • Basic elements in computation of premium. bank guarantees and letter of credit. • Basic nature of Insurance. Life and non-life insurance organizations in India. • The basic principles of Utmost good faith and insurable interest and its impact on insurability. Unit-V: Leasing and hire. Consumer and housing finance. Actuarial principles. Merchant banking-pre and post issue management. legal principles. Role of stock exchanges in India.purchase. Unit-IV: Overview of financial services industry. Indian equity market-primary and secondary markets. Unit-I Introduction: • History of insurance in General and in India in particular. Services & Insurance INSURANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT Expected Learning Outcome: The study of Insurance Subject would enable the students to understand the basic and fundamental principles of Insurance and risk Management which they can understand the apply in their individual lives or in the insurance professional they intend to adopt as a career. • Comparison of life Insurance with other forms of insurance. Unit-III: Financial Institutions: Commercial banking. and their role in capital market development. • Objective of Selection and Classification of Risks. its role in project finance and working capital finance. Mutual Funds-introduction. Indian debt market. Factoring services.) III Year BC 308 Elective Group-11 Financial Institutions. Financial counseling. Unit-II Principles and practices of Insurance • Principles of Life insurance-Economic principle.overview and role in Indian economy.functions. B. Factors affecting mortality and underwriting of risk-Male and Female. Development Financial institutions (DFIs) . -Credit rating.introduction. underwriting. • Principles of contract and its applicability to the valid insurance contract.
Industrial all risk Insurance. Life Insurance organization the distribution system and regulatory requirement. Principles and practices of General Insurance • Principles of indemnity. classifications of risk. • Settlement of claims. aviation insurance oil and gas insurance • Regulatory Provisions under Insurance Act 1938. • Classification of various Non Life Insurance products and thescope of coverage of Fire Insurance and marine Insurance. • Describe the classes of insurances requiring specialized knowledge i.e. Role of surveyors and loss assessors Unit-IV Fundamentals of Risk and Insurance • Basic concept of risk. and process of risk management. • Underwriting practice and procedures. • Life insurance premium-general consideration. • Methods of valuation. contribution and sharing. Policy document and its various components including conditions and privileges under the policy. • Risk retention and its importance/ basis of reinsurance.and adjustments. • Surplus and its distribution. subrogation. its procedures. proximate cause. types and classification of hazards. and IRDA Act 1999. • Discuss the various kinds of Miscellaneous Insurances. • Identification and evaluation of risk-Risk analysis. Policy of conditions having a bearing on. • Mortality tables and construction of mortality tables.• • • • Unit-III Peculiarities of Life Insurance product and the classification Nature of Group Insurance and types of group Insurance Covers Policy claims and its procedures for settlement of various types of claims. different ways of settlement of claims. • Study of various proposal and policy forms used in general Insurance. • Risk financing and transfer of risks.Loss prevention and its importance. data for valuation. • Risk control . Unit-V Principles of Actuarial Science • The theory of probability. . • Well known mortality table and indices for comparison of different mortality tables. • Special reserves.
promotion. Distinguishing characteristics of rural markets. importance and bases. Types of promotion. Retailing: Types of retailing-store based and non-store based retailing. Pricing policies and strategies. Marketing mix. Factors affecting choice of distribution channels. Marketing ethics. Unit-IV Distribution: Channels of distribution-meaning and importance. Factors affecting price of a product. Physical Distribution. New Product Development. speciality stores. Unit-III Pricing: significance. supermarkets. retail cooperatives. personal selling. Management of retailing operations: an overview. Evolution of marketing concepts.Com (Hons. changing scenario. Unit-II Market Selection: Market segmentation . tools and techniques of marketing. principles. mail order houses. Types of distribution channels.III . Uniti-V Rural marketing: Growing Importance. public relations & sales promotion.. Recent issues and developments in marketing: Social Marketing. Recent developments in marketing – online marketing. importance and bases. and their distinctive characteristics. Positioning concept. Wholesaling and retailing. Retailing in India. Communication process.B. Product life-cycle. Marketing environment. scope and importance of marketing.Marketing and International Business PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING Objective: The objective of this course is to provide basic knowledge of concepts. Promotion: Nature and importance of. direct marketing. Communication planning and control. Promotion mix and factors affecting promotion mix decisions.) III Year BC 308 Elective Group . Factors influencing consumer buying decisions. Course Contents Unit-I Introduction: Nature. Target market selection. advertising. Branding. Product differentiation vs. . services marketing. Understanding rural consumer and rural markets.concept. retail vending machines. chain stores. green marketing and relationship marketing. After sales services. Marketing mix planning for rural markets. packaging and labeling. market segmentation Product: Meaning and importance Product classifications: Concept of product mix. Consumer Behaviour – An Over view: Consumer buying process.
cultural and political-legal environments. International Financial Environment: International financial system and institutions. Special economic zones (SEZs) and 100% export oriented units (EOUs). Unit-V Foreign Trade promotion measures and organizations in India. Foreign investments .B. International business negotiations. Key issues involved in making international production. Foreign investment in Indian perspective. for India. North America and Asia. Commodity and other trading agreements.an overview. Development and Issues in International Business: Outsourcing and its potential. Role of IT in international business. The course also discussed theoretical foundations of international business to the extent these are relevant to understand the mechanics of global business operations and development. marketing and human resource decisions. organizational structure and functioning. WTO – Its objectives. Unit-I Introduction to International Business: Globalization and its growing importance in world economy.III BC 310 Marketing and International Business INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Objective: The objective of the course is to expose students to the concept. Financing of foreign trade and payment terms. Unit-IV Organizational structure for international business operations.Com (Hons. An overview of other organizations . International business contrasted with domestic business . principles. Commercial Policy Instruments . International Business Environment: National and foreign environments and their components .UNCTAD. Foreign exchange markets and risk management. Measures for promoting foreign investments into and from India. Balance of payment account and its components. International Organizations and Arrangements. Indian joint ventures and acquisitions abroad.complexities of international business.economic. Strategy alliances. Unit-11 Theories of International Trade . Impact of globalization.types and flows. Modes of entry into international business. Unit-III Regional Economic Co-operation: Forms of regional groupings.) III Year Elective Group . Trends in India's foreign trade. finance. . mergers and acquisitions. importance and dynamics of international business and India's involvement with global business operations. International business and ecological considerations. Global trading environment – recent trends in world trade in goods and services. World Bank and IMF.tariff and non-tariff measures. Integration efforts among countries in Europe.
identifying training and development needs. training process outsourcing. Organization of HR Department. Qualitative dimensions. Unit-IV Performance appraisal system.B.) III Year Elective Group . Unit-11 Acquisition of Human Resource: Human Resource Planning . Role. fringe benefits.Com. designing training programme. role specific and competency based training. Compensation: concept.Com (Hons. potential appraisal and employee counseling. . concept and importance.IV: Human Resource Managemen HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Unit-I Human Resource Management: Relevance and spectrum. techniques of performance appraisal. Human Resource Information System. (Hons.Concept and process. job analysis – job description and job specification. HRD: concept and evolution. selection . An overview of Government Policy since 1991 affecting Human Resources. Emerging Horizons in Human Resource Management. job changes . Downsizing VRS. recruitment Concept and sources. Unit-III Training and development. policies and administration. social security. HR Policies. evaluating training effectiveness. performance linked compensation.transfers and promotions. career development. job evaluation methods of wage payments and incentive plans. Status and competencies of HR Manager. empowerment. grievance handling and redressal. placement induction. management development systems.) III Year BC 311 B. employee welfare. test and interview. Unit-V Maintenance: employee health and safety.Quantitative and. and objectives. workforce diversity.
Unit-I Compensation Management: Concept. D. Unit-11 Foundations of Compensation: Performance evaluation. Job evaluation Job grading and Job design. Theories of Compensation. benefits & retirement benefits provident fund gratuity. Incentives Plans. Unit-IV Components of Compensation: Basic Pay. . Employee Stock Ownership.Corn (Hons. Unit-III Compensation Strategy and Policy: Developing Strategic Compensation alternatives. Unit-V International Compensation Management: Components of International Compensation package.) III Year Optional Group IV: Human Resource Management BC 312 COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT Objective: The objective of this paper is to enable the students to design and administer a compensation system that rewards employees fairly while stimulating them to provide goods and services that satisfy customer demands and permitting the organization to operate profitably. principles and practices.A. Profit Sharing Schemes.B. compensation policies in India. pension. Fringe. Executive Compensation. Challenges of compensation design. broad bending. Consequences of pay dissatisfaction. approaches to international compensation. Payroll Accounting.
For submission of the Dissertation. It would furnish an opportunity to dive deep and bring out previous pears of wisdom and human values from the storehouse of the past.e. the researcher shall have to pay just double additional fee along with other usual fee of the university fee next six months.six months mote shall be allowed to the researcher from the date of their theory examinations on payment of additional monthly fees for the period as per the University rules. Department of Economics. Relaxation in the academic qualification may be granted by the Head. Universities authorities oil the following ground . Phil. Merit may be considered. Those seeking admission to M. of Bundelkhand University or with demand draft in the favour of Finance Institute. Jhansi. the Vice. 2. It would attempt to unfold the latest qualities of reasoning and cross examining the data facts. Examination in Economics/Banking/Economics/MFCA/MBEF/Applied Economics. The admission forms can be purchased at the cash counter. Phil. Under U. Phil. Intermediate and Bachelor Degree Examination (TDC) counted together or 50% marks in each of the above two examination separately or students should have the Qualification prescribed for a University/Degree college lecturer excluding NET/SLET. Phil. Economics course shall be of one year duration of two semesters covering at least 100 days in each semester. the test shall be conducted by the Head of the Department assisted by his/her colleagues. degree/ M. the enrolment of researcher shall be allowed in the department for a period more than two years since the date of his/her admission. Finance and management as career. commerce and allied disciplines with at least 55% marks from a University and either an average of 55% marks in the two examination prior to Masters Degree i. It is well known that Economics is called mother of Management.14ow ever. Ordinances 1. 4. if the dissertation is not submitted within the stipulated time and additional period of six months granted as special case by the Head. Course in Economics is open to such students who have passed M.P. Post in U. The M. 3. There may be a written admission test and an interview test (Judge aptitude and research acumen) if the applicants are more than seats. The M.Chancellor may extend the number of seats if the deems it proper on tile recommendations of the Head of Department.ORDINANCE & SYLLABUS FOR M.D. Govt norms. It would acquaint the researcher with recent trends in research methods and techniques. Phil in Economics. prescribed for Lectt. are available. the study & research in Economics has become necessary to those who wish to join Economics. The maximum number of admission in one academic year shall not be more than 20.A. In no case. provided teacher having Ph.PHIL ECONOMICS The course is known as M. in recent circumstance.P. Economics will have to apply on the prescribed form available in the Institute of Economics & Finance Institute. So. but. of Bundelkhand University or with demand draft in the favour of Finance Officer Bundelkhand University. It aims at developing the research capabilities as well as sharpening the intellect and capacity of the students to discuss and reason out distinct and various relevant issues of Economics.
(d) If a seat is available for admission. and possessed at least one year research experience on being admitted to M. with the help of the teacher concerned. (a) If the candidate is a teacher of Economics/Finance/Banking Economics/Applied Economics. shall be adjourned. (v) Dissertation (100 marks) is approved and recommended by the Head of Deptt. (ii) (iii) After examining the answer books of the tern examination shall be shown to the Teacher examinees and thereafter the answer books will be deposited in the University. shall be followed by a Viva-voce examination having one external examiner who will also examine the dissertation marks of Dissertation shall be finalized by the examiner who may be guide of Dissertation or Head of Deptt. (c)If the Head of the Department is satisfied with the candidates research capabilities to be utilized for research developments. Periodical Tests and assignments.after the student qualifies in both the tests conducted by the Department may be granted the admission. D. Re-examination in the theory paper for result improvement shall be allowed on request. If. (iv) Internal assessment shall be conducted on the basis of a research article of a seminars. the terrn exam shall be completely intemal.D. Phil course. The pass mark shall be 40% in each paper. to the Vice-Chancellor for approval. Fees as per University norms: Attendance: 75% Attendance shall be mandatory.Names of the Paper setters shall be recommended by the Head of the Deptt. The registration for Ph. 6. 5. The periodical tests and seminar marks shall be decided by the [lead of the Deptt. (i) Examination: There shall be an examination after the end of each semester. special reasons the shortage and percentage attendance exceeding 25% of the total number of lectures and other academic work may be condoned by the Head of the Department. the Head deems it proper then he can recommend the name of an external examiner also for Vice-Chancello's approval. No students shall be permitted to appear in the semester examinations unless he has attendance in that particular semester at least 75% of lectures and tutorial. (vi) . (b) If the candidate is already registered for Ph. Fees. 7.
(vii) The Previous results of candidate for the semester (so in which reenrollment is taken) will stand cancelled in the examinations in which he/she has reappeared under this clause. of Banking. 11. (viii) No candidate shall be entitled to get more than one chance for reappearing at any semester. (Economics) degree and has secured 75% or more in the aggregate of the first and second semester examination counted together. if needed be to the University officials. Phil examination with distinction.D.D. Phil.The opportunity of reappearance shall be given with usual term examination after paying prescribed re-examination fee and fulfilling other eligibility conditions improvement case. Note :. Phil /Ph. If a student fails to clear a semester in accordance with the ordinance therein above. degree & classes may be run in evening after obtaining V. If his Dissertation has been rejected he may be asked to resubmit his Dissertation again on the same topic but only one opportunity shall be given for resubmitting the dissertation after paying all the prescribed fees on prior approval of H. of Tests (P'er course) FIRST TERM (a) Examination in Two theory Papers 100 2 200 . approval. Phil but they will have to be registered under a teacher who has M. 8. Economics & Finance or Master of Business Administration/Travel/Tourism Management can also be enrolled as an student of M.O. The Marks shall be assigned as under: Marks (Course) Theory Total Marks No. A candidate who has been declared successful at the M. The students shall have to fellow strict discipline. if there is any breach. (Maximum-Three chance) (ix) Teacher of the Deptt. Academic committee of the department and the Vice Chancellor 12. 10.C. 9. The same shall be immediately informed to the Vice-Chancellor. Anything that has been not covered/considered under this ordinances shall be decided by the Head of the Department. the Head of the department may restrict the student on disciplinary ground. it shall be mentioned in his degree and mark sheet that he has passed M. he shall be given opportunity to reappear in one or more paper concerned. and will be reported.
It shall be conducted by the supervisor and Head of Deptt including one external expert concerned. Provided that in such circumstances as the Head of Department may deem proper. at least 40% marks in the term examination in each paper and in periodical tests and Teaching/ seminar /Tutorials 50% marks shall be required to pass in each semester.(b) Period Test 25 4 each in two theory Paper each of 25 marks 20 marks each 100 200 (c) Seminar 5 Seminar (d) Teaching tutorial to P. They shall be required to submit three copies of the Dissertation before theory examination. . The HOD will award the marks with the consent of internal examiner. students of the Deptt. In case the external examiner is not available. another examiner may be appointed out of the panel of examiners. The Dissertation submitted by the candidate shall be examined by one external examiner appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Head of the Department. students of the Deptt. marks 1400 Candidate shall be required to secure.Voce 100 100 --100 100 800 Aggregate of max. (paper assigned by HOD) 100 SECOND TERM (a) Examination in (b) Periodical Test 100 25 2 4 each in two theory Paper each of 25 marks 20 marks each 100 200 200 (c) Seminar 5 Seminar (d) Teaching tutorial to P. (paper assigned by HOD) 100 (e) Dissertation (f) Viva. Student will be required to appear at an open Viva-Vice Examination (based on Dissertation). the period for twelve month in fractions of three month for which they shall be required to pay the univei-sity special fees as per rules and for each gap HOD permission is required.G.G. The Dissertation shall be based on running course and the Current topic of dissertation in respect of every researcher and the name of the supervisor shall be finally decided by the Head of Deptt. Teaching style shall be examined by two or three teachers who will sit among students in class Rooms. Dissertation: The Dissertation shall carry 50+50=100 marks.
the students will have to write a dissertation which may become the basis of further research to Ph. Theory of consumer's Behaviour.PHIL IN ECONOMICS COURSE CURRICULUM There shall be 4 papers spread over the two semesters.Samulesons’s Revealed preference Theory. the mark-up rule prediction and critique of average cost pricing. Aver-age cost pricing principle. Managerial school and the theory of the firm: Baumol's theory of sales maximization (Static and Dynamic models). uniqueness and stability of equilibrium and general equilibrium. 1st SEMESTER Paper I COURSE: SELECTED TOPICS IN MICRO ECONOMIC THEORY 1. 3. price determination.D. General equilibrium analysis: Welrasian general equilibrium analysis. Paper IV . existence. Behavioral school and the theory of the firm: The behavioral model of cyort and March.Selected topics in Macro Economic Theory SECOND SEMESTER Paper III . 4. Student will be asked to perform tutorials as prescribed by Academic Council. .Selected Issues in the Indian Economy. In addition to the course 4 work. Margin list controversy.Selected topics in Micro Economic Theory Paper 11 . Besides to this. Williamson's model of managerial discretion. Hicks Revision of Demand Theory. FIRST SEMESTER Paper I .M.Research Methodology. Maximum rate of growth and profits hypotheses of marries. 2.
The There sector Macro Model: The Neo-classical Version. approach to money supply. 4.conventional approach. Real Balance Effect (Patinkin. Radcliff committee approach. further developments in the Keynesian approach to the demand for money. Supply of Money: Endogenous and Exogenous factors determining money supply. The simple Keynesian Model of income Determination Extension to 3 sector and 4 sector models. Friedman's approach.Paper II COURSE: SELECTED TOPICS IN MACRO ECONOMIC THEORY 1.) Friedman and modem quantity theory. . Demand for Money: The Income -Expenditure approach. Comparative static's in a closed Economy (i) The IS-LM Model: The interaction of the Real and monetary Sectors: The Keynesian Version. Different approaches to the supply of money. Comparative Static Analysis: The Keynesian Model: The Neo-classical Model. R.The crowding out Effect. Keynesian Unemployment. approach of Gurley and Shaw. Relative efficiency of Fiscal and monetary Policies in an IS-LM Model. The Keynesian version. policy Implications of the Neo-classical Keynesian synthesis (ii) (iii) (iv) 3. 2. the Neo-classical version.B. the Neo-classical Labour Market Equilibrium.Baumaol ad Tobin.I. Unemployment and the Labour Market.
6.Various Techniques 4. India's Economic Reforms. 8. Features. National sample survey and other sources of secondary Data. Foreign Direct Investment and Implications. Meaning and Significance of Social Research. Difference between social Research and Research in physical Sciences. Multinationals : Liberalization. Foreign Trade. Formulation of a Research Proposal. 2. Paper IV Course: Selected Issues in the Indian Economy The Students would be expected to write on any two issues. 9. For the year 2002-2003 the following issues are prescribed:1. Fiscal Policy and Fiscal crisis Public Sector Enterprises. The issues to be discussed in the classroom shall be notified by the Department each year. Policy & Land Reforms. 3. 10. 4. 7. Linear Regression Model. out of four issues given in the question paper. Industrial Development since 1950's Poverty and unemployment. 2.Estimation of parameters and tests of their significance. 6. Testing of Hypothesis. Trade Policies and Balance of Payments. Sampling. future Impact . Agricultural Development : Technological change. 5. Research Report. 7. Scientific Methods. Questionnaire & Interview Methods of collecting Primary Data. 8.SECOND SEMESTER Paper III Course: Research Methodology 1 . 3. Privatization and Disinvestments Policy Union Budget of 2003: Analysis. 5.
) B. Minimum eligibility with relaxation A candidate shall be eligible for admission to Master of Applied Economics (MAE) course if he/ she has obtained Bachelor's degree.) B. Engineering or its equivalent degree in any stream from any recognized University. B. Fees i.. ii. Procedure of admission Direct admission on merit or any other norms prescribed by Bundelkhand University in this regard from time to time. Eco. Some seats are reserved for Industry Sponsored/NRI/NRI Sponsored/ Foreign Candidates etc. They will be admitted on the basis for interview only held by a selection committee constituted by the competent authority of Bundelkhand University consisting of Head & two teachers of the department if applications are more than the number of seats. Medium of Instruction and Examinations: English &Hindi D..Institute of Economics & Finance Bundelkhand University. B. Tuition fees with full details of subheads: As Prescribed by University authority ii.Sc. they must meet the eligibility criteria.. iii. Eligibility for Admission i. Duration : Two years full time C. Jhansi Master of Applied Economics (MAE) A. (Pass or Hons. who will also prepare a list of candidates for direct admission and admission shall be given on merit basis A. Course : Master of Applied Economics (MAE / M. However. The course work shall be divided into two parts as given below: 1st Year 2nd year II. Rules for refund of fees: As per university norms B. Note: a) 5% relaxation to SC/ST in minimum eligibility marks.A. b) Reservation will apply as per rules c) Head may consider relaxation of minimum eligibility percentage in special cases if seat are available. Sc. Preparation and declaration of merit list Merit list will be prepared by the Department or by the Head of the Deptt.Com. . Sc. B. Course structure I.. July to April July to April During an academic year a candidate shall be enrolled only for one course of study and shall not appear at any other examination of this or another University.
A students with less than 75% attendance of the lectures and practical separately in each subject/course shall be detained from appearing in the end semester examination. A copy of the order shall be communicated to the student's parents. duly counter signed by the officer in charge. to account for the late joining or other such contingencies. The teacher in . (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) . provided the attendance record. In order to maintain the attendance record of a particular course. irrespective of the number of contact hours. educational tours/field work assigned by the university to students shall be credited to the aggregate. provided the application for condonation of attendance. NSS.charge will consolidate the attendance record for the lectures and practical for each student. internal assessment and marks in yearly examinations are listed below. For the purposes of attendance. However. is sent to the Head of department within two weeks of time after the function! activity. The Head of the department may consider application for the condonation of attendance up to 5% on account of sickness or any other extenuation circumstances. total marks allocated each paper. the attendance requirement for appearing in the examinations shall be a minimum of 75% of the classes actually held. etc. A students detained on account of attendance will be re-admitted to the same class in the next academic year on payment of current fees except Enrolment fee. Notices displayed on the Notice Board shall be deemed to be a proper notification. A copy of the same shall be sent to the Head of the department. duly certified by Registered Medical Practitioner and supported by documentary evidence is submitted within 7 days from the recover. Attendance on account of participation in the prescribed functions of NCC. the teacher in charge shall report it to the head of Department and he will issue a notice to such students.III. identity card fee and security deposits after seeking permission of the Head. a roll call will be taken by the teacher in every scheduled lecture and practical class. The course content is given in the syllabus C. Inter-University sports. The year wise course outline. as to why his /her admission will not be cancelled within 30 days of issue the notice. The statements of attendance of students shall be displayed on the Department's Notice Board at the end of each month and consolidated attendance before the conclusion of each semester as given in the University Calendar. Examination i) Minimum Attendance (a) All students must attend every lecture and practical class. and no individuals notice shall be sent to students If a student is found to be continuously absent from the classes without information for a period of 30 days. every scheduled practical class will count as one attendance unit.
(d)Internal assessment for 30 marks shall be done by course instructor based on the classroom performance of the student including class attendance and class participation and test. (b)Passing marks for internal assessment is 40% for each subject. Like wise left over courses. Course instructors shall do the evaluation and marks will be notified within a week of such test. quizzes. . (b) (c) (d) The duration Of annual examinations in theory will be 3 hours. However. of all dues iii) Scheme/Process of evaluation (a) The annual examinations shall be held as per notified schedule. (h) A student will be required to maintain record of periodic progress in the project in a Diary. 11 (f) The internal assessment marks shall be submitted to Head of the Department. Candidates may reappear in the examination of their uncleared Courses /absent at the next year examination of the same paper along with other students of junior batch . (e) Consolidated marks of various components of evaluation shall be maintained by the teacher concerned for each student and the same will be notified at the end of the semester.Voce. In case of any difference of opinion between external and internal examiners. presentations and viva-voice examinations etc. One external Examiner will be evaluate dissertation out of 50 marks The same shall be examined jointly by internal and external examiner and the candidate will be required to appear for Viva . (i) The minimum pass marks shall be 40% in each theory/dissertation and viva-voce (combined examination). (e) Every candidate shall have to submit dissertation at the end of second year. The semester exams shall be of 70 Marks for each subject. The question papers shall beset by either an external or an internal examiner duly appointee through board of studies on the panel sent by HOD. The supervisor shall evaluate the dissertation submitted by students for 50 marks and marks list duly signed by the Head of the Department shall be sent of the Registrar. (c) There shall be three test in each course in each semester. case discussions assignment. This subject of Project/Dissertation shall be approved on the recommendations of the supervisor (s) and the Head of the Department. (g) Every candidate shall have to prepare a project study/dissertation in the second year. He/She should be in-constant touch with his guide/ supervisor and obtain his signature in the diary regularly. Head of the Department will take decision & which shall be binding. This shall carry 50 marks. it is up to the individual faculty member to announce the date for tests or conduct them. (f) Dissertation report shall carry 100 marks. iv) Internal Assessment (a) Internal assessment for 30 marks in respect of theory papers will be based on classroom test.ii) Issuance of admit cards The admit cards for the semester exams shall be issued (lays before the commencement of each semester examinations after clearance:. There shall be no supplementary examination.
Economics from any other University of India. to appear in two Subsequent examinations in continuation) C. Students who die declared failed on not fulfilling conditions in para viii . Inter University transfer is subject permission from the competent authority from both the institutions on the recommendation of Head. If there is any student who has passed his/her previous examination of M. Head is empowered to take corrective decisions/actions vi) Qualifying Promotion Criteria (a) A candidate who fails to secure 75% attendance in any course during a particular year will not be allowed to appear in the exam. may be allowed to take admission in Master of Applied Economics Final Year Class after Seeking permission from Head of Deptt. Division Distinction 75% and above I Division 60% and <75% 11 Division 50% and <60% Fail Less than 50% vii) Back paper and improvement. ii. Span Period A student must complete all the requirements of MAE degree within a total period of five years from their admission.A. permission may be granted to submit it even beyond the period of five years with prior approval of Vice chancellor. b. In case of misprint found in the examination Hail. In a genuine case.v) Moderation of question papers No provision for moderation of question paper. . Inter University regulations i.maximum number of chances a. vii) Declaration of results and award of degree.students without undergoing a report regular course study. if only dissertation is left to be cleared. They shall be required to appear and clear only those paper. in subsequent examinations as an ex . viva Projects. An examinee who fails to secure minimum pass marks in not more than half of the theory paper and/or in the aggregate shall be declared eligible to appear in back paper/ Such candidates may be admitted provisionally to the next higher semester. (c) After the declaration of the second year results if a candidate fails in any paper in both years he/she will have the option to reappear in these papers in coming year in next two academic year as an ex student along with the next batch. D./M.(a) and viii (b) above may be allowed to reappear. (b) A candidate may be promoted to 2nd Year if he / she has secured at least 36% marks in Previous year. the total marks obtained by student shall be assessed panel to this University Grand total i.c 600 marks. However in such cases.. (a) The result of the successful candidates shall be declared at the end of the each exam. A student shall be allowed to avail two Chances to Clear the Backlog (ie.Sc. in which they could not secure minimum pass marks and /or in any paper in case of having failed to secure minimum pass marks in the aggregate of examination concerned.
Macro theories of distribution . stability of Equilibrium. equilibrium of the firm and the group with product differentiation and selling costs. 2. Baumol's theory of sales maximization. supply curve. cross. Revealed preference theory. Consumer's surplus. Compensation principle.short run and long run equilibrium of the firm and industry. Module 7: Welfare Economics Pigovian welfare economics. Returns to factors. wages. Module 6: Distribution Neo-classical approach . Product exhaustion theorem. Module 5: Alternative theories of the Firm Critical evaluation of marginal analysis. Economies of scale Elasticity of substitution. Williamson's model of managerial discreation. Bergson criteriori of Social welfare function. Module 4: Price and Output Determination Perfect competition . Technical progress and production function. Walrasian excess demand and input-output approaches to general equilibrium stability and uniqueness of equilibrium and general equilibrium. A critique of the Neoclassical theory of the firm (Marshal) Baumol's sales revenue maximization model.Least cost combination of inputs.Ricardian.Marginal productivity theory.Choice and Scarcity. Monopoly -short run and long run equilibrium.general and Chamberlin approaches to equilibrium. law of variable proportions and returns to scale. Theory of distribution in imperfect product and factor markets. price and output determination.Theory of Games Managerial theories ofthe firm. coalitions and monopolies. consumer s choice involving risk. . interest and profit. price discrimination. Revision of demand theory by Hicks.theoretical aspects and empirical estimation. Characteristics of goods approach. Marxian.PREVIOUS YEAR COMPULSORY PAPER PAPER-1 AEP-01-MICRO ECONOMIC ANALYSIS' M. price leadership. income) of demand . Oligopoly -Non-collusive (Cournot. Cobwed theorem Module 3: Theory of Production and Costs Production function . Traditional and modem theories of costs opportunity cost. and Kaldor's. Game theoretic models:.utility. Kinked demand curve) and collusive (Cartels and mergers. Pareto optimal conditions. lsoquants .short period and long period. Chamberlin.M. Determination of rent. 70 Module 1: Introduction and Basic Concepts Basic Economic Problem . 1. Hicks improvement. Marries's Model of the Managerial Enterprise. Euler's theorem. Monopolistic competition . Marris model of managerial enterprise. Module 8: General Equilibrium Partial and general equilibrium. Cobb-Douglas. Characteristics of Equilibrium Partial and general. indifference curve (income and substitution effects Hicks and Slutsky theorem. Module 2: Demand Analysis Elasticities (price. Positive and Normative Economics. monopoly control and regulation. Theories of demand .
the accelerator and investment behaviour. M 3 M 4 Financial intermediation . Module 5: Neo-classical and Keynesian Synthesis Neo classical and Keynesian views on interest. Empirical evidence on consumption function. precautionary and speculating demand for money . relative income.Quantity theory approach. input-output accounting. Keynes's liquidity preference approach. concept of Mp M. Keynesian and Monetarist approaches to inflation. Policies to control inflation. flow of funds accounting and balance of payments accounting. Income-consumption relationship -absolute income. Module 4: Demand & Supply of Money Classical approach to demand for money . Samuelson and Hicks. three-and four-sector economy. Module 2: Consumption Function Keynes' psychological law of consumption .COMPULSORY PAPER PAPER-11 AEP-02. Theories of' Schumpeter. Crisis in Keynesian economics and the revival of monetarism. Multiplayer and accelaration interaction. life cycle and permanent income hypotheses. different forms of national income accounting . Approaches of Baumol and Tobin. Module 3: Investment Function Marginal efficiency of investment and level of investment.implications of the law. Friedman and the modem quantity theory. Fisher's equation. The IS-LM model. Nature and phases of Business cycle. Control of business cycles . Structuralist theory of inflation Inflationary gap. Module 6: Post-Keynesian Demand For Money Post-Keynesian approaches to demand for money . Module 8: Business cycles and Economic fluctuations Kinds of Economic fluctuation. RBI approach to money supply. Extension of IS-LM model with government sector. short-run and long-run consumption function. Module 7: Theory of Inflation Classical.MACRO ECONOMIC ANALYSIS Module 1: National Income and Accounts Circular Flow of Income in two-. transaction. Cambridge quantity theory.A behavioral model of money supply determination. Kaldor.aggregate demand for money.long run and short run. Marginal efficiency of capital and investment . High powered money and money multiplier.Patinkin and the Real Balance Effect.social accounting.
Corrunercial bill market including commercial paper and certificate of deposits. SEBI: its impact on the working ofcapital market in India.Rise and fail of Brettonwood Institutions -international Liquidity .international Financial Flows.Working of IDA and IFC.Valuation of Securities. Asian Development bank and its lending activities.Level of interest rates .Functions of the financial sector Indicators of financial development .Call money market.Reforms in International monetary system for developing courtiers . Return trade off .Criteria to evaluate assets: Risk and financial assets. The Theory of optimum currency areas . Development banks . Module 3: The Central Bank.Proliferation of banking and nonbank I inancial intermediaries . Measures taken to control their operations. types of risk.Financial intermediation and financial intennediaries . uses and pricing of derivatives -Primary and secondary market for securities. Financial sector reforms in India.Credit creation and its control. return on assets. organization and participants .Post Masstricht developments .The aims and objectives of the monetary policy in developed and developing countries -Instruments of monetary policy . Asian Development Bank and India.Money and near-money .Term Structure of Interest rates . Module 5: Financial Markets Role and structure of money market and capital market .The structure of the financial system .FINACIAL INSTITUTIONS AND MARKETS Module 1: Nature and Role of Financial System Money and Finance . Discount market-Government securities market -Markets for derivatives: futures and options. Commercial Banks and Monetary Policy Functions of Central Bank .Equilibrium in Financial Markets . Module 2: Structure of Interest Rates Theories of interest rate determination .Growth of Regional financial institutions. . Module 6: International Financial Markets Nature.Effectiveness of monetary policy .III AEP-03.Long period and Short period rates . their developmental role and regulation at the International level. IRDA and its role in financial markets. Module 4: Non-bank Financial Intermediaries Definition and types of non-bank financial institutions: Their growth and impact on India's economic development. profitability and efficiency of banks.Spread between lending and deposit rtes Administered interest rates -Appropriate interest rate policy. Investment banking and merchant banking.devaluation and depreciation Working of floating exchange rates since 1973-Risk hedging and futures in exchange rates .Exchange rates .Financial System and Economic Development . Treasury bill market. and other derivatives: types.Lending operation of World Bank and its affiliates .role and functions.COMPULSORY PAPER PAPER . forins and volume . Eurodollar and Euro-Currency markets.
Theory of grants. Public borrowings and price level. The problem of double taxation. Fiscal federalism in India. Government as a tool for operationalizing the planning process. Finance Commission and Planning Commission. cooperation or competition. case for stabilization policy. Provision of infrastructural facilities. anti-inflation.Criteria for transfer of resources. Centre . Constitutional provisions. Module 8: Fiscal Federalism Principles of multiunit finance. theorem. Problems of states' resources and indebtedness.04 . Debt through created money. Module 5: Taxation Theory of incidence.provision of public goods. economic growth. Government as an agent for economic planning and development. redistribution of income and wealth. . Resource transfer from Union to States . Interdependence of fiscal and monetary policies.State financial relations in India. Sources of public debt. Pure theory of public expenditure. distribution and prices. public goods. Hypothesis. Stabilization Policy . Programme budgeting and zero base budgeting. principles of debt management and repayment. Budgetary deficits and its implications. and merit goods Module 2: Public Choice Private and public mechanism for allocating resources. Burden of public debt. Alternative concepts of incidence . Devolution of resources and grants. Social goals.Allocative and equity aspects of individual laxes.PUBLIC FINANCE Module 1: Introduction Role of Government in organized society. Poverty alleviation. Benefit and ability to pay approaches.Keynesian. An economic theory of democracy. Voluntary exchange models. Changing perspective . Impossibility of decentralized provision of public good (contributions of Samuelson mid Musgrave). Module 4: Public Expenditure Wagner's law of increasing state activities. Wiesman. Compensatory aspect of debt policy. Liquidity preference. Module 3: Rationale for Public Policy Allocation of resources . Module 7: Fiscal Policy Objectives of fiscal policy-full employment. Structure and growth of public expenditure. Balanced Budget multiplier. Theory of optimal taxation. Politico-eco-bureaucracy. removing distributional inequalities and regional imbalances. private goods. Problems for allocating resources. Fiscal policy for stabilization -Alternative measures of resource mobilization and their impact of growth.COMPULSORY PAPER PAPER-111 AEP . Module 6: Public Debt Classical view of public debt.government in a mixed economy: public and private sector.Pea cock.
States and local bodies. taxation of agriculture. objectives and significance of research. reforms In direct and indirect taxes. .V Writing a research report:. simple con-elation analysis.IV Testing of hypothesis. 70 Module . Measures of dispersion and skewness. taxes on services.III Statistics and research. expenditure tax. Revenue of the Union. Measures of Central tendency.11 Collection of Data through questionnaire and schedule & some other methods.M.Module 9: Indian Public Finances Indian tax system. Role of hypothesis in social sciences. Formulation of 'research problems and developing a research plan. Module . Reports of Finance Commissions in India. Research design. Steps in research report. Module . and index number construction. Interpolation and extrapolation. base of taxes. Interpretation of statistical data. Module . chi-square test. COMPULSORY PAPER AEP05/RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES 4 M. different types of a sample selections. Module . Basic problems of notability. Regression. Analysis of Central and State government budgets. Implications of a sample design. Major taxes in India.I Meaning. direct and indirect taxes. Time series forecasting of data.
video display. ATM's Electronic stock exchange. system equation. Module 5: IT Application to Commerce Electronic trading and marketing-. tables. Problems of marketing. floppy disk and CD ROM.RURAL AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS Module 1: Agriculture and Economic Development Nature and scope of agricultural and rural economics.Livestock resources and their productivity. Authentication and validation transaction processing. C '-+. mouse and scanner. Types of data and data structures. Specification. Trends and cycle city forecasting. examples and techniques in programming languages like C. Types of computers and. Module 2: Data Processing. Electronic transaction. software and firmware. Document delivery. DBMS and RDBMS. data storage and retrieval. Module 4: IT Application to Finance On line banking. their applications. Techniques and Algorithms Concept of data. Fishery and poultry development. 13213. Data validation. joining and bifurcation. C213 models and their applications. appending and cascading. Interdependence between agriculture and industry . B2C. Error and correction strategies. White revolution. algorithms like sorting. System modeling and description-. poverty and environment. Data sharing and decimation. Basic and Jawa. Statistical modeling and descriptive statistics. Distribution functions.COMPULSORY PAPER AEP-06 COMPUTER APPLICATION Module 1: Introduction to Computers and Peripherals Basic components of computer . Module 3: Statistical Processing Techniques and Methods Series. Issues and problems in rural industrialization and development of agro-based industries. merging. Regression statistics. printers and plotters. Role of agriculture in development. horticulture and floriculture.CPU. Database concepts and operation on database. closing and attribute control. hard disk. Module 2: Diversification of rural Economic Activities Livestock economics . groups. On line shopping and malls. Computer networking and resource sharing. . input-output devices. and G213 signature. data analysis. Document and transaction security and digital Integrated transaction on mobile platforms. hardware. OPTIONAL PAPER (GROUP A) FA . Forestry. Time and frequency series. File handling and operations like opening. graphs and objects. regression methods and techniques: Regression analysis. record and file. keyboard. Data operations. Visual.some empirical Agricultural development. Electronic trading-.01 . Data storage and retrieval. economic evidence.
Module 9: Agricultural Prices Marketing and state policy.Land reform measures and performance.Cobweb model. Module 7: Rural Finance Role of capital and rural credit. Male-female wage differences. Non-agricultural rural employment . communication. Supply of inputs .Irrigation. collective and state fanning. . Nature. Agricultural wages in India. Objectives of agricultural price policy . labour absorption and gender issues in agricultural services. Role of NABARD. Module 8: Cooperation in India Cooperative movement. Cropping pattem shifts. Organized and unorganized capital market. Rural savings and capital formation.Market structure and imperfections. extension services.Institutional and non-institutional. Rural transport. banking. Problems of marginal and small farmers. State policy with respect to agricultural marketing. seed and fertilizers. extent and trends in rural unemployment. Resource use efficiency in traditional agriculture. Regulated markets.Module 3: Economics of Rural Infrastructure Use of land. role. Module 10: Agricultural Growth in India Recent trends in agricultural growth in India. Module 6: Rural Labour Market Rural labour supply. Tenancy and crop sharing . Pricing of inputs and role of subsidies. Warehousing. Taxation and crop insurance. Genesis and growth of cooperative sector. Prices. Mobility of labour and segmentation in labour markets.Trends and determinants. Marketed and marketable surplus. Problems and prospects of cooperative institutions. marginalisation of rural labour. Bio-technological practices and growth potential. Price and income stability. Agricultural markets and marketing efficiency .Resource use and efficiency. Power. Agricultural cooperation in India. Module 4: Agricultural Production and Productivity Agricultural production . Land values and rent. Characteristics and sources of rural credit . Technical change. water and energy. Sustainable agriculture . capitalist. Inter-regional variations in growth of output and productivity. Reorganization of rural credit -cooperatives.indigenous practices. Land distribution . commercial banks. Module 5: Land Reforms and Land Policy Principles of land utilization.Instruments and evaluation. Behavior of agricultural prices .Peasant. Land tenures and farming systems . strategy of agricultural development and technological progress-. regional rural banks. Food security in India and public distribution system.Structure and trends. modes and problems of rural electrification.
K. Cooperation as a balancing factor between the public and the private sectors. Structure.Module 11: Agriculture and External Sector International trade in agricultural commodities. pitfalls and prospects. Model of cooperative societies bill in UP. MFDA schemes. priviledge and duties of societies. cooperative processing and marketing.11 Cooperation: Definition and principles of cooperation. Swedon. Various types of cooperative in situations. Israel & Japan. Globalization of Indian economy and problems and prospects of Indian agriculture. settlement of disputes. Cooperative legislation. management. creation and investment of funds.Role of World Trade Organization. Module . functions and current problems of rural Cooperatives Cooperative credit. powers of the Registrar. Cooperatives and landless laborers. Cooperatives as change agents. The role of rural cooperatives in SFDA. State and cooperation. Germany.THEORY AND PRACTICE OF COOPERATION Module . Comparative analysis of Indian Cooperative movement with other countries in the growth of Indian Economy. cooperative farming. Commodity agreements . producer's cooperative. Recent developments in the cooperative movement.III cooperatives and weaker sections. industrial cooperatives. Rationale of Slate help and assistance. Issues in liberalization of domestic and international trade in agriculture Nature and features of agribusiness. . marginal fanners and small fanners. OPTIONAL PAPER PAPER 11 FA. Rules for cooperative societies 1968. Impact of rural coopefativisation. A detailed study of the UP Cooperative Society Act for the provisions of Registration. DWACRA as a cooperative movement Cooperative education and training programmers in India. Module . supervision and audit. Salient features of movement in U. Position of rural women in rural cooperatives.11 Cooperative institutions in rural development. Achievement. Types of cooperation. Concept of cooperative commonwealth. Role of MNCs.. Denmark. Module . Module . Objectives. State participation in financial resources of cooperative societies. State aid.IV UP Cooperative Societies Act 1965. Cooperation as a form of organization and its relationship with other kinds of organizations. consumer cooperative societies. membership.02. housing and milk co-operatives.V Latest activities of cooperator in India with special reference to Uttar Pradesh.
.V Planning for traditional agriculture.III Agricultural marketing. Module . Theories of capital formation. Sound system of agricultural credit. Intensity of land-use. RDI in the financing of agricultural credit. regional. Philosophy. Problem of overdues and recovery of loans. National Bank for Agricultural and Rural Development. Types of planning-micro. sectional.11 Demand and supply of agricultural labour. Causes of overdues.OPTIONAL PAPER GROUP B FB-01. Module .PAPER 1: AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING Module . Regulated markets and State intervention. Welfare economics and agricultural development planning. Module . Critical problems of land in India.IV Agricultural finance Role of credit in agricultural and rural development Institutional and non-institutional sources of agricultural finance. Cooperative credit structure. resource allocation. Critical problem of population in India. Agricultural finance in five year plans. concept and measurement of underemployment in Indian agriculture. economic concept of land. planning of manpower in agriculture. commodity concept of vertical and horizontal integration. Approach to marketing problems. Wage levels and wage differentials in agriculture. Role of money lenders and regulation of money lending. Basic system of planning. Fluctuations and price stabilization of agricultural commodities. Market and marketing channels for agricultural goods and price spreads. methods and techniques of Indian planning with particular reference to agriculture. cooperative marketing. institutional. WTO with particular reference to agriculture. Magnitudes of overdues. Module . Regional rural banks. Supply Demand and future requirements of land. objectives. Role of Commission on Agricultural costs and prices. Specific problems of capital formation in Indian agriculture. Marketing institutions in India. Basic marketing process for agricultural output. location of agricultural production. Land use planning. Concept of measurement of capital. functional. Concept of agricultural productivity.I Basic resources in agriculture. Land tenure and land reforms. agro-climatic and regional planning. Role of commercial banks.
Growth models . money in economic growth. labour and technology.01. labour and capital management Measures of management efficiency. Growth models of Kaldor and Pasinetti. Stability of equilibrium. health and nutrition. measures of farm income. education. Partial and whole farm planning & budgeting. Income statement. Population. Livestock and crop enterprise budgets. Hicks. Joan Robinsons's growth model.I Farm management Its meaning. Human development index and other indices of development and quality of life-Food security.PAPER 11: PRODUCTION ECONOMICS AND FARM MANAGEMENT Module . liabilities and net worth analysis Module -IV Farm business analysis System and types of farming.Perpetuation ofunder development Poverty Absolute and relative.Factors affecting economic growth: capital. Levhari. Patinkin and Johnson Module 3: Social and Institutional Aspects of Development Development and underdevelopment. Cost concepts. Measuring development and development gap-Per capita income. inequality of income. Mrs. golden rule of accurnulation. Elementary idea of linear programming. types of farm records maintained on research farms and commercial farms. poverty and environment . Tobin. UNIT V Farm resource acquisition: Land. Population as limits to growth and as ultimate source. Cambridge criticism ofNeo classical analysis of growth. Population problem and growth pattern of population-Theory of demographic transition.THEORY OF GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT Module 1: Economic Growth -1 Economic growth and development . Module II Farm planning and budgeting. instability of equilibrium.product relationship. OPTIONAL GROUP FE . Harrod.02 . Relationship with other subjects. measures of farm size and farm efficiency.Harrod and Domar. Human resource development. Neo-classical growth models . scope and nature. accounts. net-worth: assets.OPTIONALPAPER FB . Factor-product and product .Solow and Meade. Economic principles applied to farm management. Module -III Farm records and. Module 2: Economic Growth-11 Technological progress-embodied and disembodied technical progress. Factor-factor.
trade. WTQ and developing countries. balanced growth. Tarrifs. Schumpeter and capitalistic development.vicious circle of poverty. Module 5: Approaches to Development Partial theories of growth and development . ulimites supply of labour. behavioral and social. surplus value and profit. . Borrowings domestic and external. Module 8: Macroeconomic Plicies and Development Role of monetary and fiscal policies in developing countries .IMF and World Bank policies in developing countries. Prebisch. Singer and Myrdal thesis vs. low-income equilibrium trap. Dualism-technical. Ricardo. Efficiency of small-scale vs. technology inflow. unbalanced growth.External resources FDI. innovation. Malthus and James Mill. Efficiency and productivity in agriculture. critical minimum effort thesis. Static and dynamic gains from trade. New technology and sustainable agriculture. Globalization and agricultural growth. Module 6: Sect oral Aspects of development Rule of agriculture in economic development. Balance of payments.Module 4: Theories of Development Classical theory of development contributions of Adam Smith. Terms of trade between agriculture and industry. Post-GAIT international economic order. The choice of techniques and appropriate technology and employment. Rationale and pattern of industrialization in developing countries. Karl Marx and development of capitalistic economy-theory of social change. Module 7: Trade and Economic Development International trade as engine of growth. big push. free trade. Ranis and fei model. aid vs. MNC activity in developing countries. large-scale production. and effective protection'. Burden of borrowing . circular causation.
Structure and direction of foreign trade. Terms of trade between agriculture and industry. Banking Prices Analysis of price behaviour in India. NGOs and pressure groups. Productivity in industrial sector. Balance of payments. Module 5: The Agricultural Sector Institutional Structure-land reforms in India. Failures and achievements of Plans. Agricultural finance policy.PLANNING IN-INDIA Module 1: Economic Development and its Determinants Approaches to economic development and its measurement . Public Sector enterprises and their performance. Module 7: Public Finances Fiscal federalism -Centre-state financial relations. Module 4: Resource Base and Infrastructure Energy. Poverty and Inequality.02 . W. Issues in export-import policy and FEMA. Module 3: Demographic Features. Poverty and Inequality Broad demographic features of Indian population.Panchayats. market and other institutions.TO. Working of SEBI in India. Regional imbalance. Technological change in agriculture pricing of agricultural inputs and output. Approaches for employment generation. Exit policy-issues in labour market reforms.OPTIONAL GROUP FC .sustainable development. Human Development Index (HDI). Privatization and disinvestment debate. Agricultural Marketing and Warehousing. Review of monetary policy of RBI. Environment. Rural-urban migration. Developing grassroots organizations for development. Globalization of India economy. Small-scale sector. Module 6: The Industrial Sector Industrial policy. Fiscal sector reforms in India. Issues in food security-policies for sustainable agriculture. Problem of sick units in India. finances of tentral government Problems relating to fiscal policy. Role of State. Indicators of development -PQLI. Module 9: Economic Reforms and External Sector Rationale of internal and external reforms. Exchange rate policy: Foreign capital and MNCs in India. Money and capital markets. and its impact on the different sectors of the economy. Growth and pattern of Industrialization. gender development indices. Social Infrastructure-education and health. . Module 2: Planning in India Objectives and strategy of planning. Module 8: Money.
Determinants of investment. constant elasticity of substitution (C ES) and transcendental logarithmic utility functions. pure and mixed strategies. Module 3: Price Determination in Various Markets: Price determination in perfect competition. duopoly. Module 4: Market Equilibrium Single market equilbrium . Theory of revealed preference and index numbers. indirect utility functions. Bilateral monoploy.Laws of return and returns to scale. Conditions of stability of equilbrium Module5: Determination of Income and Fluctuations in Income: Classical and Keynes' macro system. Trade cycle model of Samuelson and Hicks. Maximum and minimum solutions. Treatment of demand for durable goods. Simplex method. transport and storage problems and other applications of linear programming in economics. Concept of Elasticities generalizations to n variable case. monoploy.OPTIONAL PAPER FD .General equilibriurn systems of Walras and Debreu. substitution. Counsumer behaviour under risk and uncertainty. Simple derivation of short and long run cost functions. Pay-off matrix.01 . Prisoner's dilemma. Accelerator. Neoclassical model of growth. Constrained optimization of a producer. Goodwin. Turnpike theorem. Empirical uses of production. Static and dynamic multiplier. Lucas's model. Saddle point solution: Non-constant sum game. Module 1: Theory of Consumer Behaviour Cardinal and ordinal utility. Leontiefs dynamic system. Technical progress through production function. separable and additive utility functions. oligopoly and monopsony. Multi-market equilibrium . consumer's surplus. Ordinal utility maximization. Adding tip theorem.Two person zero-sum game. Module 2: Theory of Production Production function . Properties of Cobb-Douglas production function. . Linear expenditure systems. Module 7: Game Theory and Linear Programming and Input-output analysis: Concept of game . Lagged market equilbrium. homogeneous and homothetic utility functions. function analysis. Module 6: Growth Models Harrod problem. Optimal growth. Kalecki and Philips. Modem approach to theory of costs. Linear programming .MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS.Primal and dual problem.Open and closed systems. compensated demand functions. Pricing of factors of production. Solow and Meade growth models with technical progress. Rational expectations and economic policy. Stablilization policy.Marshallian and Wah-asian equilibrium conditions.homogeneous and non-homogeneous. Cost function. Slutsky equation. Endogenous growth. Input demand functions. Generalization to n variable case. and price effects. VES and trans-log production function. Analysis of joint profit maximization and multi-product firm Production possibility curve. CES. Hawkins-Simon conditions. and golden rule of accumulation. monopolistic competition. Input-output analysis . Empiri cal demand functions. duality theorem. Producer's equilibrium . income. Testing consistency of planning models.
Recursive methods and OLS. Dickey-Fullertest. use of dummy variables. exponential. regression with dummy dependent variables. Module 2: Problems in Regression Analysis Nature. Estimation (through OLS approach) and properties of estimators. Box-Jenkins method logy.Random -Coefficients model.parabolic. interaction effects. Fix effects model. Random effect model. Logit.orderandrank conditions. adaptive expectations. The LPM. Concepts and derivation of R2 and adjusted R2. Gomertz and logistic functions. Almon approach to distributed-lag models. Simple and general linear regression model Assumptions. Module 4: Dynamic Econometric Model Autoregressive and distributed lab models . Probelm of auto-correlation-Application. Forecasting with ARIMA modelling. Engle Granger test. 2SLS. seasonal analysis.OPTIONAL PAPER FD . The simultaneous equation bias and inconsistency of OLS estimators. Rules of identification . Error correlation mechanism. meaning and scope of econometrics. Methods of estimating simulatneous equation system. Granger test and Sim's test. Problems with VAR model! ing -applications: Time varying parameters and Kalman filter. modified exponential. Partial adjustment modei. Probit and Tobit models . marginal and conditional probability distribution.02 . geometric. The identification problem. taitit roots. hotelling T-sclae. piecewise linear regression. Instrumental variables. Indirect least squares (ILS). Module 7: Panel Data Techniques Panel data techniques .Applications. Module 6: Time Series Analysis Stationatity. Random walk model.Koyak model. Module 5: Simultaneous Equation Models Introduction and examples. consequences and remedial steps of problems of heteroscedasticity. Problems of specification error. Gauss-Markov theorem. Concept and analysis of variance approach and its application in regression analysis. Module 3: Regressions with Qualitative Independent Variables I Dummy variable technique-Testing structural stability of regression models comparing to regressions. 3SLS and ML methods-Applications. Discriminant analysis. Vector auto regression. Multicol linearity and auto-correlation. Causality test. co-integration-spurious regression. hyperbolic. . test. Estimation of non-linear equations . multivariate normal distribution and its properties. Module 8: Multivariate Analysis Multivariate probability distribution.ECONOMETRICS Module 1: Basic Econometrics Nature. Errors of measurement.
Concept of social security and its evolution: Social assistance and social insurance. Theories of industrial location Weber and Sargent Florence. choice of technologies -and labour policies. . Product differentiation. pattern and structure of labour unions in India. Constraints on growth. Achievements of labour unions. Module 3: Market Performance Growth of the firm . Growth and profitability of the firm. technological change and modernization on employment in organized private industry. control and objectives of the firm. Module 2: Market Structure Sellers' concentration. Rationalization. Special problems of tabour: Child tabour. organized. Economies of scale Market structure and profitability. Role of ludicial activism. need for safety nets. types. Receding state and its effect on working of tabour markets. Analysis of rigidity in labour markets. and Measurement. Impact of rationalization. Employment service organization in India. Second National Commission on Labour. measures imparting flexibility in labour markets. particularly in India. Wages and Wage Boards in India.Growth. Productivity. female tabour. Review and appraisal of states policies with respect to social security and 1abOUr welfare in India.owners hip.Poverty and unemployment in developing countries. Labour market reforms . Passive and active behaviour of the firm. Concepts of Maximum wage. public sector and employment in agricultural sector. efficiency and capacity utilization . Module 1. Employment policy in five year plans and its evaluation. Factors affecting location.1: Framework and Problems of Industrial Economics Concept and organization of a firm . urban. Analysis of educated unemployment. Productivity and wage relationship. living wage and fair wage in theory and practice.OPTIONAL PAPER FE .Exit policy.rural. Inflation-wage relationship at micro and macro levels-.LABOUR ECONOMICS Module 1: Labour Markets Nature and characteristics of labour markets in developing countries like India. unorganized and in informal sectors. Employment Employment and development relationship .02 . Asymmetric information and efficiency of labour markets in wage determination: National wage policy. neo-classical and bargaining theories of wage determination. Demand for labuor in relation to size and pattern of investment.concept and measurement. Discrimination in labour markets.INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS Module . Entry conditions. Current trends in collective bargaining. neo-classical and dualistic economy. Lobour market policies. Globalization and labour markets. Labour legislation in India tabour laws and practices in relation to international tabour standards. Module 4: Industrial Relations Theories of labour movement . Non-wage component of labour remuneration. Bonus system and profit sharing. Mobility and productivity of labour. Modules 5: State and Labour State and social security of tabour . OPTIONAL PAPER FE . Discrimination and gender bias in treatment of tabour. Unemployment -concept.0 1 . Indian situation. Module 3: Wage Determination Classical. Wage determination in various sectors . Methods of recruitment and placement. Market structure and innovation. Supply of labour in relation to growth of labour force. Causes of industrial disputes and their settlement and prevention mechanism. Paradigms of labour market analysis -classical. Role of tripartism.Size and growth of a firm.
Employment dimensions of Indian Industry. Industrial economic concentration and remedial measures. SIDC. role. Liberalization and privatization. Industrial legislation. MNCs and transfer of technology. IFCI. Issues in industrial proliferation and environmental preservation. Recent trends in Indian industrial growth.Role of Public and private sectors. nature. Industrial relations.Module 4: Indian Industrial Growth and Pattern Classification of industries. Coal.labour market reforms.IDBI. etc. Pollution control policies. Module 7: Current Problems of Selected Industries Iron and Steel. Sugar. Development of small-scale and cottage industries in India. Wages and Problem of bonus . Jute. Regional industrial growth in India. Module 6: Industrial Labour Structure of industrial labour. Cotton textiles. volume and types of institutional finance . . Cement and engineering goods. SFCs. commercial banks. Modules 5: Industrial Finance Owned. external and other components of funds. Industrial policy in India .
technology and factor endowments in explaining the emergence of trade. Module 3: Balance of Payments Meaning and components of balance of payments. Emerging International Monetary System with special reference to Post.Maastricht developments and developing countries. adequacy and determinates of international reserves. Trade under imperfectly competitive market.Theories of absolute advantage. I MF. Rise and fall of gold standard and Bretonwoods system. Equilibrium and disequilibrium in the balance of payments. i. WTO and World Bank from the point of view of India. Module 4: The Theory of Regional Blocs Forms of economic cooperation. World Bank and Asian Development Bank.01. Causes of emergence and measurement of intra industry trade and its impact on developing economies. UNCTAD.e. Economic effects of tariffs and quotas on national income. employment.OPTIONAL PAPER FF . Empirical testing of theory of absolute cost and comparative costHeckscher. output. Instruments of export promotion and recent import and export policies and agenda for future. Quotas and non-tariff barriers). changes in tastes. Problems and prospects of forming a customs union in the Asian region. Theorem of factor price equalization. The process of adjustment under systems of gold standard. kravis and Linder theory of trade. Module 2: Measurement of Gains and Theory of Interventions Measurement of gains from trade and their distribution. India and developing countries. Reform of the International Monetary System. income distribution.INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND FINANCE Module 1: Theory of International Trade The pure theory of international trade .. The Theory of Interventions (Tariffs. Hypothesis of secular deterioration of terms of trade.Their achievements and failures. Regionalism (EU. Rationale and impact of trade reforms since 1991 on balance of payments. its empirical relevance and policy implications for less developed countries. Multilateralism and WTO. Conditionality clause of IMF. fixed exchange rates and flexible exchange rates Relative merits and demerits of fixed and flexible exchange rates in the context of growth and development in developing countries. modern theory of international trade. Need. . Functions of GATT/WTO (TRIPS.Ohlin theory of trade. Concepts of terms of trade. their uses and limitations. TRIMS). Module 5: Trade Policies in India Trade problems and trade policies in India during the last five decades. Role of dynamic factors. employment and growth. terms of trade. NAFTA). Working and regulations of MNCs in India. comparative advantage and opportunity costs. The Rybczynski theorem -concept and policy implications of immiserizing growth. Problems of India's international debt. Rationale and economic progress of SAARC/ SAPTA and ASEAN regions.
Engineering or its equivalent degree recognized by Bundelkhand University. The semester wise course outline.F. Course) B. Procedure of admission Should have qualified the admission test/ interview/ group discussion conducted by UPMCAT/MAT/Bundelkhand University or any other norms prescribed by Bundelkhand University in this regard from time to time iii Preparation and declaration of merit list Merit list will be prepared centrally by the University Admission committee/department.G. Duration: One year full time (Including two semesters) Medium of Instruction and Examinations: English C.Com. total marks allocated to each paper. Minimum eligibility with relaxation a) A candidate shall be eligible for admission to Post Graduate Diploma courses if he/ she has obtained bachelor's degree. ii. Note:. Jhansi Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management Ordinance A. Fees i.) B.Sc.Sc. B. B. Courses: P. Admission Process i. The course work shall be divided into two parts as given below: Part I Semester I July to December Semester II December to May ii. Head of the will also prepare a list of candidates for direct admission and admission shall be given on merit basis D.S..A. Diploma in Business Management (A S. (Pass or Hons. The course content is given in the syllabus . During an academic year a candidate shall be enrolled only for one course of study and shall not appear at any other examination of this or any other University. Scheme of the Course i. Tuition and fees with full details of subheads: As prescribed by University authority Rules for refund of fees: As per university norms E.Department of Banking.Reservation will apply as per rules. ii. iii. B. Economics & Finance Bundelkhand University.. internal assessment and marks in semester examinations are listed below.
NSS. b). provided the application for condonation of attendance. Examination i. e).charge will consolidate the attendance record for the lectures and practical for each student. ii). For the purposes of attendance. as to why his/ her admission will be taken by the Registrar within 30 days of issue the notice. Issuance of admit cards The admit cards for the semester exams shall be issued at least 5 days before the commencement of each semester examinations after clearance of all dues. and no individuals notice shall be sent to students If a student is found to be continuously absent from the classes without information for a period of 30 days. Attendance on account of participation in the prescribed functions of NCC. f). duly counter signed by the officer in charge.) Minimum Attendance All students must attend every lecture and practical class. A students detained on account of attendance will be re-admitted to the same class in the next academic year on payment of current fees except Enrolment fee. a roll call will be taken by the teacher in every scheduled lecture and practical class. In order to maintain the attendance record of a particular course. A students with less than 75% attendance of the lectures and practical separately in each subject/course shall be detained from appearing in the end semester examination. Notices displayed on the Notice Board shall be deemed to be a proper notification. etc. The teacher in . the teacher in charge shall report it to the Registrar through the head of Department. provided the attendance record. F. educational tours/field work assigned by the university to students shall be credited to the aggregate. A copy of the same shall be send to the head of the department /office of dean of faculty for record. is sent to the Head of department within two weeks of time after the function/ activity. However. identity card fee and security deposits after seeking permission of the Head. . A copy of the order shall be communicated to the student's parents. d).a). Registrar will issue a notice to such students. irrespective of the number of contact hours. c).University sports. the attendance requirement for appearing in the examinations shall be a minimum of 75% of the classes actually held. The Head of the department may consider application for the condonation of attendance upto 5% on account of sickness or any other extenuation circumstances. duly certified by Registered Medical Practitioner and supported by documentary evidence is submitted within 7 days from the recovery. every scheduled practical class will count as one attendance unit. g). The statements of attendance of students shall be displayed on the Department's Notice Board at the end of each month and consolidated attendance before the conclusion of each semester as given in the University Calendar. Inter. to account for the late joining or other such contingencies.
k). Training project report and Viva shall carry 100 marks. Every candidate shall have to prepare a project study/ dissertation in the fourth semester. j). Likewise. l). Scheme/Process of evaluation The semester examinations shall be held at the end of each semester as per notified schedule. i). The minimum pass marks shall be 40% in each theory/Lab course/dissertation and viva-voce (combined examination). There would be continuous appraisal of the project. h). It is upto the individual faculty member to announce the date for tests or conduct them without prior announcement. b). Thus. quizzes. case discussions assignment. The duration of semester examinations in theory and lab papers will be 3 hours. d). c). f). Any candidate who fails to defend his/her training report satisfactorily shall have to undergo training afresh at the following year and defend it in similar manner as laid down above. Upon completion of the training. However.a). There shall be no supplementary examination. Their attendance will be taken into account while awarding marks for presentation. All students are required to present at the time of presentation. The practical examination shall be conducted by one internal examiner and one external examiner. b). The project for the summer training shall be assigned by the organization concerned. the left over courses of first semester shall be cleared in the III semester and those of II semester in IV semester. iii). g). There shall be two to three test In each course (p each semester. The question papers shall be set by either an external or an internal examiner duly appointed through board of studies/Vice Chancellor's approval on the panel sent by HOD. He/She should be in constant touch with his guide/supervisor and obtain his signature in the diary. The semester exams shall be of 70 Marks for each subject. Passing marks for internal assessment is 40% fof each subject. leftover courses of III and IV semester would be taken by the student nest year along with. a). Every candidate shall have to undergo eight weeks summer training in an organization of repute on India or abroad. presentations ^jid viva-voice examinations etc. Candidates may reappear in the examination of their uncleared courses/absent at the next semester examination of the same paper along with other students of junior batch. Course instructors shall do the evaluation and marks will be notifiqjJ within a week of such test. . Internal Assessment Internal assessment for 30 marks in respect of theory papers will be based on classroom test. the training report has to be submitted in duplicate immediately on joining the third semester. c). e). A student will be required to maintain record of periodic progress in the project in a diary. This subject of project/dissertation shall be approved on the recommendations of the supervisor(s) and the Head of the Department.
. Declaration of results and award of degree. Such candidates may be admitted provisionally to the next higher semester. v).d).Moderation of question papers No provision is for moderation of question paper. Internal assessment for 30 marks shall be done by course instructor based on the classroom performance of the student including class attendance and class participation. The internal assessment marks shall be submitted by Head of the Department to the Registrar at the end of the semester. b. centre superintendent is empowered to take corrective decisions/actions vi). The result of the successful candidates shall be classified at the end of the final year of examination on the basis of the aggregate of marks of all subjects (theory. Such student shall seek re-admission in 1st semester in the next academic session as a regular student. c). No candidate shall be promoted to Post Graduate Diploma's Semester-II if he/she fails in more than two (2) papers of Post Graduate Diploma's Semester-I Examination. practical and project) secured by the candidate in the I & II year examinations. In case of misprint found in the examination hall. vii). e). A student shall be allowed to avail tw o Chances to Clear the Backlog a). h). A student who is required to seek re-admission for whatever reason will be required to appear for internal assessment afresh. as indicated below: I Division : 60% & above II Division : 50% to <60% Fail : Less than 40% viii).maximum number of chances a An examinee who fails to secure minimum pass marks in not more than half of the theory paper and/or in the aggregate shall be declared eligible to appear in back paper/supplementary. subject to their clearing the backlog. as provided herein afterward. A candidate may be promoted to 2nd Semester if he/ she has secured at least 50% marks in first Semester. g). Qualifying Promotion Criteria A candidate who fails to secure 75% attendance in any course during a particular semester will have to seek re-admission. f). b). Consolidated marks of various components of evaluation shall be maintained by the teacher concerned for each student and the same will be notified at the end of the semester. A candidate who has to reappear (as an ex-student) in the examination of a course will retain the marks of internal assessment. Back paper and improvement.
G. scrutiny and moderation of results. In a genuine case. G. Inter University transfer is subject permission from the competent authority from both the institutions. Inter University regulations i. iv. ii. ix. Re-evaluation. The previous institutions should be recognized by Bundelkhand University H. if only dissertation is left to be cleared. The papers in which transferee students had passed (minimum 40% in each papers and aggregate 50%will be waived. permission may be granted to submit it even beyond the period of five years with prior approval of Vice-chancellor. Diploma in Business Management Paper code – PGDBM Semester -1 DB/01 DB/02 DB/03 DB/04 Semester -II DB/05 DB/06 DB/07 DB/08 DB/09 Paper Titel Financial Institution & Market Central Banking & Monetary Policy Practice of Law & Banking MIS & Computer Application Credit management Human Recourse Management Funds Management in Com. Re-evaluation. Detailed syllabus: Please refer the following enclosure COURSE STRUCTURE PGDBM (1) P. Bank Financial Accounting Comprehensive Viva . This is subject to our minimum eligibility criteria as mentioned above (Refer Para D) iii. scrutiny and moderation of results shall be conducted as per the general policy of the university.Span /Period A student must complete all the requirements of Post Graduate Diploma's degree within a total period of five years from their admission.
Stable exchange rate. schemes. full employment.Institute of Economics & Finance PGDBM 101 Financial Institute and Market Unit-I Economics development and growth of financial insulation. discount rate policy. Mutual funds. Merchant bankers.SHCI. Unit-V Financial Intermediaries in the Indian Economy . IMF. open market operations. Unit-IV Foreign Exchange management And exchange control. operations. Bank of Issue. trade and commercial insurance.CRISIL. Unit-IV Financial services. Concepts and main and legal framework of leasing. An introduction to Organization objectives. other methods of credit control. regulations. BOP. Unit-II Management and control of IDBI. Institute of Economics & Finance PGDBM 102 CENTAL BANKING AND MONETARY POLICY Unit-1 Central Bank: Concepts ad functions: The rise of central a logical perspective.CCI. Unit-III Regulatory institutions-RBI. custodian foreign exchange. agent and Adviser. Unit-III Monetary policy: Objective monetary policy: Neutral money as an objective of Monetary policy. Disequilibrium in balance o payment. The government’s Banker. Integrated financial companies. The custodian of the Cash Reserves of the commercial banks.ICICI. SFCs etc. SFCI.SEBI. economic development. Unit-II Credit and monetary management in view of income and employment theories. how is the rate of exchange determined. real estate financing.IFCI. spot forward exchange market. The foreign exchange market. Unit-V Venture capital. stabilization of the price level and control of trade cycle. consumer finance. Monetary policy of India. settlement and transfer. bill discounting. Lender of Last Resort ad the bank of rediscount. Commercial Banks. The control of credit. DFHI. bank of central clearance. variable reserves requirement. hire factoring.
Nomination in Bank account. Supervision and control of advances. Safety.Institute of Economics & Finance PGDBM 103 PRACTICE OF LAW AND BANKING Unit-I Banking introduction –definition and function. supply bills. recovery of advances-Fraud control management. Unit-V Law relating to deposit account: secrecy. Arbitration and consolation. customs and practices. Principal of good Lending-Liquidity: profitability. Legal aspects of banking • Role of collecting banker-crossing of cheque Negotiable instrument Act 1881.D. Notional interest. Organizational set up. stock exchange securities advance against fixed deposit receipt life insurance policies. • Commercial Documents Evidence Act 1939. Unit-II Borrower’s study and status report Credit rating of customers Loan application. study of account-financial position Statement and its credit analysis-certificates Report form Bankers opinion. • Control over management provision relating to certain operations of banking companies. Books Recommended: • Banker’s manual-Taxman’s • Practical banking advance-Bedi & Hardikar • Negotiable instrument act (1981)-8 M. Bank guarantee.Chaturvedi • Merchantile haw. working capital facilities.N. Unit-III Forms of advances/security/documentation Term Loan. Kapoor. .capacity certificates Transfer of borrower account-different types of borrowers. consortium lending-hire purchase finance and leasing personal Loan. Unit-IV Advance against title of good. Banking regulation act 1949 • Preliminary-business of banking companies • Provision of the nationalizing act. Security-Pledge mortgage-Hypothecation-Legal assignment and valuation set off Lien.
Debt recovery tribunal. assembler. Types of information system.different kinds of facilities extended Unit-III Consortium lending. Connectors. • Financial management-Khan & Jam . Rehabilitation of sick industry. Bedi Hardikar • Bank handing-Arun Chatterjee. M. Unit – II Operation system – Types and functions. Credit rating.IV Princing.L. computer in Business elements of computer system. Unit-II Term loan and working capital finance. Compiler. Review and renewals. Institute of Economics & Finance PGDBM 105 CREDIT MANAGEMENT Unit-I RBI and credit policy-credit control. Project formulation and appraisal. Unit.performing advances and recovery management. Application Software & System Software. translators. Excel Unit – IV Management information System. Follow up and monitoring of advances. Non. Interpreter. Definitions basis concepts frameworks. Customer profitability assessment. Bank lending –principles of sound lending. System development life cycle. Trade financing. Managerial decision making. Role of Management information system. Unit – III Word Processing – Working with word document. Decision making process problem solving techniques. Unit-V Pricing loans.Institute of Economics & Finance PGDBM – 104 Computer Application and MIS Unit – I Computers – An introduction.S. Generations of computers and computer Languages. Financial analysis for managing credit risk. components of a computer system. References: • Practical banking advances-H.
• Introduction. Unit-II Employment procedure & developing human resources in Bank • Recruitment selection • Employer induction • Training and development • Employees motivation • Performance appraisal Unit-III Employment Relationship • Importance • An overview of personnel relation in the Industry at different level. meaning & definition importance • Characteristics of HRM in Banks • HRM policy & philosophy • HRM planning in the industry. private Bank & MNCs) • Revolutionary impact of information on technology on human resource development .Institute of Economics & Finance PGDBM 106 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN BANKS Unit-I Introduction to human resources management. • Employees participation • Work culture and its impact on efficiency Unit-IV Industrial disputes and control • Legal aspect • Trade unionism • Wage fixation formulas • Grievance administration • Collective Bargaining Unit-V Changing profit of HRM in Bank-Post Liberalization scenario: • An overview • VRS in Banks and its impact • Comparative study of personnel relation in Banks (Public Sector Bank.
Prudential guidelines for Banks. need and importance of accounting. Accounting concept and conventions and Accounting Standards. preparation of Bank reconciliation statement. Institute of Economics & Finance PGDBM 108 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING Unit-I Introduction : Meaning. Unit-III Capital adequacy for banks. posting of entries. . Ledger. preparation of final accounts and balance sheet.K.Institute of Economics & Finance PGDBM 107 FUNDS MANAGEMENT Unit-I Concept of Asset-Liability management NII. formats of P & L Accounts and Balance Sheet-Vertical and Horizontal. Recording in journal. Characteristics. Schand & Co. types of journals and subsidiary books. Sales return book etc. REDING LIST • Kurana S. Unit-III Bank reconciliation and its meaning. Unit-II Asset securitization. yield curve and interest rate structure forward rate agreements. Trial balance and its meaning. Company accounts. Accounting equations. Issue of share and debentures. Preparation of trial balance. Unit-V The Indian foreign exchange market. NIM. interest rate swaps. Spread-Management in Banks. liquidity risk analysis. insert rate risk and its management. pricing a transfer price mechanism. Unit-V Introduction to consignment and joint-venture accounts and simple partnership accounts. Cash book. Unit-IV Credit risk and pricing of products. Functions of A/C ing. Unit-IV Presentation of financial results. Investment Management. Depreciation Accounting. Financial accounting. Unit-II Recording transactions. Management accounting and Cost Accounting. Assets Liability Management sky lark publications • Bhalla V.K. Functioning and currency risk.
Tuition and fees with full details of subheads: As prescribed by University authority Rules for refund of fees: As per university norms J. Jhansi Post Graduate Diploma in Finance Management Ordinance F. Economics & Finance Bundelkhand University.A.Com. Engineering or its equivalent degree recognized by Bundelkhand University. Note:. (Pass or Hons. The course work shall be divided into two parts as given below: Part I Semester I July to December Semester II December to May v.Sc.) B. B. Fees iii. During an academic year a candidate shall be enrolled only for one course of study and shall not appear at any other examination of this or any other University. Minimum eligibility with relaxation a) A candidate shall be eligible for admission to Post Graduate Diploma courses if he/ she has obtained bachelor's degree. B. The semester wise course outline. Procedure of admission Should have qualified the admission test/ interview/ group discussion conducted by UPMCAT/MAT/Bundelkhand University or any other norms prescribed by Bundelkhand University in this regard from time to time iii Preparation and declaration of merit list Merit list will be prepared centrally by the University Admission committee/department. total marks allocated to each paper. iv.Sc. Scheme of the Course iv. B.Department of Banking. Course) G. Courses: P..Reservation will apply as per rules. ii. Head of the will also prepare a list of candidates for direct admission and admission shall be given on merit basis I.F.. Admission Process i. The course content is given in the syllabus . Diploma in Finance Management (A S. Duration: One year full time (Including two semesters) Medium of Instruction and Examinations: English H. internal assessment and marks in semester examinations are listed below. vi.G.S.
Issuance of admit cards The admit cards for the semester exams shall be issued at least 5 days before the commencement of each semester examinations after clearance of all dues. and no individuals notice shall be sent to students If a student is found to be continuously absent from the classes without information for a period of 30 days. f). Examination i. Inter. educational tours/field work assigned by the university to students shall be credited to the aggregate. A copy of the same shall be send to the head of the department /office of dean of faculty for record. a roll call will be taken by the teacher in every scheduled lecture and practical class. provided the application for condonation of attendance.a). A copy of the order shall be communicated to the student's parents. to account for the late joining or other such contingencies. NSS. A students with less than 75% attendance of the lectures and practical separately in each subject/course shall be detained from appearing in the end semester examination. d). b). is sent to the Head of department within two weeks of time after the function/ activity. Attendance on account of participation in the prescribed functions of NCC. Notices displayed on the Notice Board shall be deemed to be a proper notification. g).charge will consolidate the attendance record for the lectures and practical for each student.University sports. e). duly certified by Registered Medical Practitioner and supported by documentary evidence is submitted within 7 days from the recovery. as to why his/ her admission will be taken by the Registrar within 30 days of issue the notice. irrespective of the number of contact hours. A students detained on account of attendance will be re-admitted to the same class in the next academic year on payment of current fees except Enrolment fee. F. For the purposes of attendance. c). In order to maintain the attendance record of a particular course. The teacher in . The Head of the department may consider application for the condonation of attendance upto 5% on account of sickness or any other extenuation circumstances. ii). the teacher in charge shall report it to the Registrar through the head of Department. every scheduled practical class will count as one attendance unit. . However. The statements of attendance of students shall be displayed on the Department's Notice Board at the end of each month and consolidated attendance before the conclusion of each semester as given in the University Calendar. duly counter signed by the officer in charge.) Minimum Attendance All students must attend every lecture and practical class. etc. identity card fee and security deposits after seeking permission of the Head. the attendance requirement for appearing in the examinations shall be a minimum of 75% of the classes actually held. provided the attendance record. Registrar will issue a notice to such students.
h). the training report has to be submitted in duplicate immediately on joining the third semester. d). a). The duration of semester examinations in theory and lab papers will be 3 hours. Their attendance will be taken into account while awarding marks for presentation. leftover courses of III and IV semester would be taken by the student nest year along with. He/She should be in constant touch with his guide/supervisor and obtain his signature in the diary. Training project report and Viva shall carry 100 marks. c). The question papers shall be set by either an external or an internal examiner duly appointed through board of studies/Vice Chancellor's approval on the panel sent by HOD. Thus. Passing marks for internal assessment is 40% : of each subject. iii). There shall be two to three test In each course (p each semester. c). case discussions assignment.a). The practical examination shall be conducted by one internal examiner and one external examiner. b). This subject of project/dissertation shall be approved on the recommendations of the supervisor(s) and the Head of the Department. The project for the summer training shall be assigned by the organization concerned. There shall be no supplementary examination. b). The minimum pass marks shall be 40% in each theory/Lab course/dissertation and viva-voce (combined examination). There would be continuous appraisal of the project. Every candidate shall have to prepare a project study/ dissertation in the fourth semester. It is upto the individual faculty member to announce the date for tests or conduct them without prior announcement. quizzes. g). the left over courses of first semester shall be cleared in the III semester and those of II semester in IV semester. . All students are required to present at the time of presentation. Candidates may reappear in the examination of their uncleared courses/absent at the next semester examination of the same paper along with other students of junior batch. Internal Assessment Internal assessment for 30 marks in respect of theory papers will be based on classroom test. f). Upon completion of the training. Course instructors shall do the evaluation and marks will be notified within a week of such test. Any candidate who fails to defend his/her training report satisfactorily shall have to undergo training afresh at the following year and defend it in similar manner as laid down above. k). i). Every candidate shall have to undergo eight weeks summer training in an organization of repute on India or abroad. However. j). e). presentations ^jid viva-voice examinations etc. The semester exams shall be of 70 Marks for each subject. l). A student will be required to maintain record of periodic progress in the project in a diary. Scheme/Process of evaluation The semester examinations shall be held at the end of each semester as per notified schedule. Likewise.
. f). h). vii). as provided herein afterward. as indicated below: I Division : 60% & above II Division : 50% to <60% Fail : Less than 40% viii). centre superintendent is empowered to take corrective decisions/actions vi). A student who is required to seek re-admission for whatever reason will be required to appear for internal assessment afresh. No candidate shall be promoted to Post Graduate Diploma's Semester-II if he/she fails in more than two (2) papers of Post Graduate Diploma's Semester-I Examination. Declaration of results and award of degree.d). The result of the successful candidates shall be classified at the end of the final year of examination on the basis of the aggregate of marks of all subjects (theory. b). Back paper and improvement. A candidate who has to reappear (as an ex-student) in the examination of a course will retain the marks of internal assessment.maximum number of chances a An examinee who fails to secure minimum pass marks in not more than half of the theory paper and/or in the aggregate shall be declared eligible to appear in back paper/supplementary. Internal assessment for 30 marks shall be done by course instructor based on the classroom performance of the student including class attendance and class participation. e). A candidate may be promoted to 2nd Semester if he/ she has secured at least 50% marks in first Semester. In case of misprint found in the examination hall. Such candidates may be admitted provisionally to the next higher semester. c). b. The internal assessment marks shall be submitted by Head of the Department to the Registrar at the end of the semester. practical and project) secured by the candidate in the I & II year examinations. A student shall be allowed to avail two Chances to Clear the Backlog a). v). Such student shall seek re-admission in 1st semester in the next academic session as a regular student.Moderation of question papers No provision is for moderation of question paper. g). subject to their clearing the backlog. Consolidated marks of various components of evaluation shall be maintained by the teacher concerned for each student and the same will be notified at the end of the semester. Qualifying Promotion Criteria A candidate who fails to secure 75% attendance in any course during a particular semester will have to seek re-admission.
Span /Period A student must complete all the requirements of Post Graduate Diploma's degree within a total period of five years from their admission. In a genuine case, if only dissertation is left to be cleared, permission may be granted to submit it even beyond the period of five years with prior approval of Vice-chancellor. ix. Re-evaluation, scrutiny and moderation of results. Re-evaluation, scrutiny and moderation of results shall be conducted as per the general policy of the university. I. Inter University regulations v. Inter University transfer is subject permission from the competent authority from both the institutions. vi. This is subject to our minimum eligibility criteria as mentioned above (Refer Para D) vii. The papers in which transferee students had passed (minimum 40% in each papers and aggregate 50%will be waived. viii. The previous institutions should be recognized by Bundelkhand University J. Detailed syllabus: Please refer the following enclosure COURSE STRUCTURE PGDFM (2) P.G. Diploma in Finance Management Paper code – PGDFM Semester -1 DF/01 DF/02 DF/03 DF/04 Semester -II DF/05 DF/06 DF/07 DF/08 DF/09 Paper Titel MIS & Computer Application Financial Managment Accounting For MAnagers Industrial Training & Project Viva
Portfolio Management & Security Analysis Capital Market & Merchant Banking Marketing Financial Services Financial Control Comprehensive Viva
DF – 101 Computer Application and MIS Unit – I Computers – An introduction, computer in Business elements of computer system, components of a computer system, Generations of computers and computer Languages. Unit – II Operation system – Types and functions, translators, Interpreter, Compiler, assembler, Connectors, Application Software & System Software. Unit – III Word Processing – Working with word document, M.S. Excel Unit – IV Management information System, Definitions basis concepts frameworks, System development life cycle, Role of Management information system, Managerial decision making. Decision making process problem solving techniques, Types of information system.
DF - 102 Financial Management Unit -1 Introduction to Financial Management Meaning and evolution of business finance scope of financial management, Finance functions and role of finance manager. Finance Goal-profit Vs Wealth. Conflict of Goals: management Vs. Owner. Financial Goal firms objections. Unit – II Source of Finance Share capital – Ordinary and Preference and Debentures, Term Loans. Retained Earning – Significance and Limitations. Stock exchange: functioning, importance and regulation. Unit – III Working Capital Management: Concept and determinants of working capital, Management of cash receivables and inventory management formulation of credit policy, optimum level of cash. EOQ and ABC analysis cause quinces of inadequate/surplus working capital. Unit IV Capital Budgeting: Meaning and features of capital budgeting, need for capital Budgeting. Techniques of capital Budgeting- Discounting and Non-discounting. Time value of money, Payback, Average rate of return (ARR) net present value (NPV) and internal rate of return (IRR) Numerical, Advantages and limitations of different methods of capital Budgeting. Unit V Capital structure and cost of capital Meaning and features of an appropriate capital structure. Financial and operating leverage. Cost of capital and opportunity cost concept. Determining component cost of capital and weighted average cost of capital (WACC).
Need development definition of accounting. Fund Flow statement.keeping and accounting. Journal. Book.DF 103 Accounting for Manager Unit I Meaning and scope of Accounting. Difference between financial accounting. Sub division of journal. Limitations. and Cash Flow Statement. Accenting Standards in India. cost accounting and management accounting. Unit IV Ratio Analysis – Meaning. Fund Flow Statement. . Objectives. Trial balance. Objectives and Advances. Rules regarding posting. Objectives. Unit III Nature and scope. Profit and Loss account. Nature and Mode & Limitation Unit V Fund flow Statement and Cash Flow Statement. and Balance sheet with Adjustment entries. Preparation of Fund Flow Statement by IInd method. Accounting transactions.Meaning. Rules of debit and credit compound journal entry. Important. Unit II Financial Statement – Introduction. Relationship between journal and ledger.Preparation of Schedule Showing in Working Capital Fund from Operation. Accounting Cycle. preparation of Trading account. Differences. Accounting principles. objectives of accounting.
Features of various securities included in a portfolio. Sale and purchase decision under technical and fundamental analysis. Valuation of Bonds. significance and regulation of capital markets. Intransic value and market value of securities.DF .105 Portfolio Management and Security Analysis Unit – I Meaning of portfolio. Code of conduct. Experiments and analysis of theory. Difference of the two approaches. Unit – III Pre. Industry and company analysis Assumptions under technical analysis. General Obligations and responsibilities. Theory and numerical. Risk in portfolio – systematic and Unsystematic Risk. DF – 106 Capital Market and Merchant Banking Unit – I Origin of merchant banking. Investment speculation and gambling. Preference shares and common stock. Unit –II Security Valuation Element of investment – approaches to investment. Comparison with fundamental and technical school of thought. merchant banking in India. Basis valuation models.objectives of merchant bankers regulation. Capital markets: primary and secondary. Unit – II Regulation of Merchant Banking activity. Unit – IV Efficient market theory Weak form.Issue Management . Returns and investor’s attitude to words risk and return. Dow theory Technical medieators. four categories of merchant bankers. functions. semi strong form and strong form of market. Unit –III Fundamental and technical analysis-Board Letter Economic.
Unit –II Marketing segmentation. Management marketing efforts.I Concept of marketing commercial fundamentals of bank marketing. DF-108 PROJECT FINANCE CONTROL UNIT. UNIT. Unit. Pricing of product. hire staff pure productorg.IV Sales efforts and advertising. Marketing research tools and techniques. Unit. Mat. Customer needs and behaviour.III New product development and launching strategy Marketing-mix.1 Project Planning & Organization Overview of project planning Environmental of project Objectives & Characteristic of Financial Investment Strategies Resource allocation frame work Generation & screening of new projects Organization Traditional. Unit –V Appraisal Branch expansion and operation and control Experience sharing. Bank -client relations.DF– 107 Financial Marketing Unit. Potentials of customer attraction.II Project Financing Analysis of risk for project Types of risk/return/trade off Long term investment decision & Cost control Decision tree for sequential investment Budgeting for project .
Basis valuation models. Theory and numerical. Returns and investor’s attitude to words risk and return. Preference shares and common stock. Unit –III Fundamental and technical Analysis Economic. Intronsic value and market value of securities. Risk in portfolio – systematic and Unsystematic Risk. UNIT –IV Project Management Project control & review Network techniques for project Mgt. Sale and purchase decision under technical and fundamental analysis.PMIS – Total PMIS.UNIT. Essentials PMIS. Appraisal criteria Social Cost benefit analysis. UNIT –V Project Management MIS Concept MIS. Dow theory Technical medicators. Designing & structure of PMIS Time value of money: Introduction : Future value of single cash flow. Multiple flows and annuity. Industry and company analysis Assumptions under technical analysis. Investment speculation and gambling. (CPM&PERT) Analysis of project abandonment project crashing project monitoring. PGDFM . Features of various securities included in a portfolio. Multiple flows & Annuity. Unit –II Security Valuation Element of investment – approaches to investment. present value of single flows. Valuation of Bonds. Financial & Markets analysis Project Life cycle phase. .201 Portfolio Management Unit – I Meaning of portfolio.III Project Analysis Feasibility Study Technical. Difference of the two approaches.
venture capital funs in India. Feature of venture capital. Marketing and Underwriting of the issue. Exit route for venture capital Firms. merchant banking in India. Guideline on issue of GDR & FCCI advantage to Issues & Investors of GDR.objectives of merchant bankers regulation. significance and regulation of capital markets. Unit – III Pre. Unit V Venture capital & foreign Issues Nature and Scope. Unit – V Portfolio Section and Revision Process portfolio management efficient frontier and portfolio selection. Dispatch refunds requirement of stock exchanges. . public through prospectus. offers for sale. Diversification of A portfolio performance evaluation. four categories of merchant bankers.Unit – IV Efficient market theory Weak form. PGDFM – 202 Capital Market and Merchant Banking Unit – I Origin of merchant banking. Revision formula Plan.Issue Management Types of Issues. functions. private placement Co-ordination. under subscription and development Unit – IV Post Issue Managment Alloment. Capital markets: primary and secondary. General Obligations and responsibilities. Code of conduct. semi strong form and strong form of market. Unit – II Regulation of Merchant Banking activity. Comparison with fundamental and technical school of thought. Experiments and analysis of theory. Techniques of portfolio.
1 Project Planning & Organization Overview of project planning Environmental of project Objectives & Characteristic of Financial Investment Strategies Resource allocation frame work Generation & screening of new projects Organization Traditional. hire staff pure productorg. UNIT. Future of Bank Marketing. Pricing and the Bank’s profitability public Relation. Changing Structure of Banking industry Challenge Ahead for Bank Marketers . Instruments of Market Mutual Fund.4 Management and Control of IDFI.II Project Financing Analysis of risk for project Types of risk/return/trade off . Unit. PGDFM-204 PROJECT FINANCE CONTROL UNIT. IRDA Housing Finance. Role of P. Insurance Services. Marketing Research in Bank. in Financial Institution & CRM. Business Banking. Consumer Credit Unit-5 Venture Capital.R. Regulatory Institutions – RBI. Banks. Concepts and Main Legal Framework of Leasing. SEBI. Unit -3 Distribution Strategy: Physical Distribution for Bank Services and Intermediaries in the Banking Industry. GAP Model. Mat. Unit -2 Segmentation: Segmentation the Commercial Banking Market.PGDFM -203 Financial Services Marketing Unit-1 Marketing Planning : Stages of Bank Planning development Strategy of Bank Marketing Plan. HDFC. ICICI.
Multiple flows and annuity. present value of single flows.III Project Analysis Feasibility Study Technical.Long term investment decision & Cost control Decision tree for sequential investment Budgeting for project UNIT. Essentials PMIS.PMIS – Total PMIS. Appraisal criteria Social Cost benefit analysis. UNIT –V Project Management MIS Concept MIS. . (CPM&PERT) Analysis of project abandonment project crashing project monitoring. UNIT –IV Project Management Project control & review Network techniques for project Mgt. Financial & Markets analysis Project Life cycle phase. Designing & structure of PMIS Time value of money: Introduction : Future value of single cash flow. Multiple flows & Annuity.
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