MBA - 203 - FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Objective: The objective of this course is to acquaint the students with the broad

framework of financial decision making. It is intended to develop skills in using the techniques of financial analysis of business problems through case studies and theory, with a view to familiarize students with decision making process of corporate finance managers. COURSE CONTENTS 1. Financial Management: Objectives, Profit Maximization, Wealth Maximization, Finance-Interface with others areas, Role of Finance Manager in changing environment. No. of Session-1 2. Time value of Money: Future value of the single cash flow, multiple flows, annuity. Present value of single cash flow, multiple flows, and annuity. No. of Session-2 3. Risk-Return Analysis: Ex post return, Ex ante return, Total risk, systematic risk, Unsystematic risk, Relationship between risk and return. No. of Session-1 4. Managing of cash and Marketable and Securities: No. of Session-1

5. Management of Account Receivables: Case study- Cool Aid Private Ltd. No. of Session-2 6. Working capital Management: Concept, Estimating working capital requirement – Component and mechanism, working capital financing in India. No. of Session-3 Case study – Citizen’s Band Antenna Company 7. Valuation of securities No. of Session-1 8. Leverage: Operating leverage, financial lenerage, total leverage, leverage and risk analysis. No. of Session-2 Case study – Central Equipment company

9. Cost of Capital Concept: Mechanism of estimating cost of capital, Managerial implication. No. of Session-1

10. Capital expenditure Decisions: Capital budgeting process, estimating cash flows, Methods of capital budgeting evaluation. No. of Session-3 Case study- Balmer Corporation 11. Capital Budgeting: Ranking of projects, conflicts of ranking, resolving conflict in ranking. No. of Session-1 12. Capital structure Decision: Theories of capital structure, EBIT-EPS analysis, deciding the mix. No. of Sessions-3

1996(Fourth Edition). John J. John M. & Stewart C. Financial Markets Term Paper PEDAGOGY: The teaching methodology used in this course will be a judicious mix of lectures. & Wachowicz Jr. numerical problems. Dividend Decision: Theories. Prasana Chandra: Financial Management.Text and Cases.Theory and Practice.. H.. 8. John. 1990.theory 7 Practice 1997. 2. Ned C. determining the Dividend policy. Robert E: Capital Budgeting –Planning and control of capital Expenditure. Concepts. James C. Van Horne. Thomas J. & Pritchard. 7. & Sarnat. No. 1996 (Ninth) Edition. Hampton. 1989. Prentice Hall.40 INTERNAL EVALUATION The internal evaluation of the students will be on the following basis: attendance and class participation case presentations and submission project work group assignment individual assignment unannounced tests Suggested Reading 1.QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT This course is design to acquaint students Management Techniques and decision making in planning and control of Production & Operation functions. Fundamental of Financial Management. Clark. project work and presentations. 3. Damodaran. M. Sources of Short Term Finance Self-Study 16. 4. EVALUATION The course will be evaluated on the following basis: End Term Examination Marks Internal Assessment Marks . quizzes. & Sartoris William L. Prentice Hall. Dr. Prentice Hall of India.60 . Aswath: Corporate Financial. Brealey. prentice Hall. Fourth Edition 1998. Hill. assignments. of Sessions-2 Real Life Study with regard to dividend policy. Tata McGraw Hill. Prentice Hall of India. Financial Decision Makin. Levy. 6. 1995(Third edition). Problems & Cases. Myers. Short Term financial Management. MBA 207 . Richard A. . 1996(Fourth Edition). Sources of Long Term Finance Self Study 15. Tata McGraw Hill. Dividend policy practices in India. John Wiley & Sons. 5..: Capital investment and Financial Decisions. case analysis and discussion.13. Hindland. 14. Principles of Corporate Finance.

Inventory Planning and control. UNIT V: Assignment models and goal programming. Reorder Point Model. Taha: Operation Research. UNIT III: Quality control & Assurance.D. M.al: Quantitative Techniques for management decisions. ABC classification. Sang. 7. Pure and mixed strategy. P-Chart and C-chart. Hamdy A. New age International Ltd Publishers. U. Srivastava & et. Wiley Eastern (India) Ltd. Process control charts. 2. Production/operation Scheduling. Acceptance Sampling: Operating Characteristic (OC) curve. The Dryden Press. S: Production and Operations Management. UNIT IV: Basic concept of management science. X-R chart.K. Basic inventory Model Economics: Order Quantity (EOQ) & Basic assumptions. Prentice Hall India 4. critical. Lee : Introduction to Management Science. 3.COURSE OUTLINE: UNIT I: Facility location. M. John Wiley & Sons. Service Level Method to determine Q and ROP. Decision theory and Markovian decision process. Suggested Reading: 1. (TMH) New Delhi. Voha: Quantitative Techniques in Management. . Buffa and Sarin: Production and Operations Management. Inventory model with uncertain demand. 5. 6. Transportation. Kinds of control. Riggs : Production Systems. Objectives & Subjective criteria. planning strategies. James L. location Factors. Tata Mc Graw. UNIT II: Aggregate production/operation planning. Chary.