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Diploma in Business Administration

Objective:

The objective of this programme in business administration is to familiarize the different functional areas of management, IT, Marketing, Finance, Operations etc. so that they can encash the job opportunities in these areas. The emphasis, which has been given in this programme, is to impart professional education to those candidates who wants to start their career as professional business administrator.

Course Contents:

The course contents for the above programmes is given below:

  1. Corporate Communication 4 Credits
    Introduction of Communication, Types of Communication, Barriers in Communication, Report & Letter Drafting etc.
  2. Information Technology in Management 4 Credits
    Introduction of Computers, Generation of Computers, Number System, Computer Languages, Programmes, MS-Office etc.
  3. Quantitative Techniques for Managers 4 Credits
    Introduction to Quantitative Techniques, Central Tendency, Measure of Dispersion, Correlation Regression, Time Series, Probability etc.
  4. Principles & Practices of Management 4 Credits
    Definition of Management, School of Thoughts, Functions of Management, Planning, Staffing, Organizing, Directing, Controlling, etc.
  5. Managerial Economics 4 Credits
    Introduction to Economics, Demand and Supply function, Production and cost function, Monopoly, Perfect Competition, Imperfect Competition, Monopolistic Competition etc.
  6. Business Finance and Accounting 4 Credit
    Elements of Business Finance, Finance functions, Cost of Capital, Capital structure, etc.
  7. Marketing Management 4 Credit
    Nature and scope of marketing, concept of marketing mix, Consumer Behavior, market segmentation, implementation, organization, control, New product development life cycle, Product positioning, Branding, Packaging etc.
  8. Managing People 4 Credit
    Manpower Planning, Employee Recruitment, Selection, Job Design and Appraisal, Compensation and Reward Administration, Trade Union, Collective bargaining, etc.

At the end of the programme every candidate has to undergo on-job training of under any organization or a firm will of 8 Credits, which include Viva-Voce.

Pedagogy

  1. Class Teaching and Course Material
  2. Workshops and Seminars
  3. Case Study and Analysis
  4. Presentation

No. of Hours

Each subjects comprises of 40hours teaching + practical training

Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration

Objective: The objective of this programme in business administration is to familiarize the different functional areas of management, IT, Marketing, Finance, Operations etc. so that they can encash the job opportunities in these areas. The emphasis, which has been given in this programme, is to impart professional education to those candidates who wants to start their career as professional business administrator.

Course Contents:

The course contents for the above programmes is given below:

    First Semester

  1. Corporate Communication 4 Credits
    Introduction of Communication, Types of Communication, Barriers in Communication, Report & Letter Drafting etc.
  2. Information Technology in Management 4 Credits
    Introduction of Computers, Generation of Computers, Number System, Computer Languages, Programmes, MS-Office etc.
  3. Quantitative Techniques for Managers 4 Credits
    Introduction to Quantitative Techniques, Central Tendency, Measure of Dispersion, Correlation Regression, Time Series, Probability etc.
  4. Principles & Practices of Management 4 Credits
    Definition of Management, School of Thoughts, Functions of Management, Planning, Staffing, Organizing, Directing, Controlling, etc.
  5. Managerial Economics 4 Credits
    Introduction to Economics, Demand and Supply function, Production and cost function, Monopoly, Perfect Competition, Imperfect Competition, Monopolistic Competition etc.
  6. Business Finance and Accounting 4 Credit
    Elements of Business Finance, Finance functions, Cost of Capital, Capital structure, etc.
  7. Business Law 4 Credit
    Contract Act, Sales of Goods Act, Negotiable Act, Payment of Bonus Act, Industrial Dispute Act, Industrial Employment (Standing Order) Act etc.
  8. Business Environment 4 Credit
    The Concept of Business Environment, philosophies of capital and socialism, Mixed Economy, Financial Institutions, Globalization, Banking policy, FEMA, SEBI, Consumer Protection, etc.
  9. Second Semester

  10. Management Information System 4 Credit
    Introduction to Management Information System, Business Process, Transaction Processing System, Office Automation, Decision Support System, Expert System etc.
  11. Marketing Management 4 Credit
    Nature and scope of marketing, concept of marketing mix, Consumer Behavior, market segmentation, implementation, organization, control, New product development life cycle, Product positioning, Branding, Packaging etc.
  12. Managing People 4 Credit
    Manpower Planning, Employee Recruitment, Selection, Job Design and Appraisal, Compensation and Reward Administration, Trade Union, Collective bargaining, etc.
  13. Operations Management 4 Credit
    Nature and scope of operations management, Job batch and Flow production, factors governing the location of plant, process layout, materials management, Japanese system of management etc.
  14. Financial Management and Control 4 Credit
    Management Accounting, Cost Volume Profit Analysis, Budgeting, Marginal Costing, Standard Costing, Financial Statement Analysis, Working of Stock Markets, Debt and Equity Instruments, Mergers and Acquisitions etc.
  15. Marketing Research 4 Credits
    Definition of Marketing Research, uses of marketing research, scientific methods of Investigation, research design, primary and secondary data, etc.

    ELECTIVES

  1. Corporate Finance 12 Credits
    Introduction of Corporate Finance, Mergers, Acquisitions, Take Overs, Equity Research, Derivatives Trading, Foreign Exchange Management, Working of Stock Markets, Economic Crime Detection etc.
  2. International Marketing & Trade 12 Credits
    Nature and Scope of International Marketing, Recent trends in World Trade, Joint Ventures, and Global Segmentation, International Development Institutions, Advertising, Transfer Pricing Etc.
  3. Human Resource Development 12 Credits
    Industrial Psychology, Group Dynamics, Individual Behavior, Group Structure, Conflict management, Industrial Relations, Strikes, Lock-out, Participatory management, etc.
  4. Information Technology management 12 Credits
    System Analysis and Design, Data Base management System, ER Model, Networking, E-Business, etc.

At the end of first year every candidate has to undergo on-job training of 240 hours under any organization or a firm, will of 12 Credits, which include Viva-Voce.

Pedagogy

  1. Class Teaching and Course Material
  2. Workshops and Seminars
  3. Case Study and Analysis
  4. Presentation

No. of Hours

Each subjects comprises of 40hours teaching + practical training

Post Graduate Diploma in Corporate Finance

Objective: The objective of this programme is to familiarize with the different functions of Corporate Finance so that they can encash the job opportunities in these areas. The emphasis, which has been given in this programme, is to impart professional education to those candidates who wants to start their career as finance professional.

Course Contents:

The course contents for the above programmes is given below:

    First Semester

  1. General Management Practices & Principles 4 Credits
    Definition of Management, School of Thoughts, Functions of Management, Planning, Staffing, Organizing, Directing, Controlling, ie. In International context, etc.
  2. Problem Solving Techniques for Managers 4 Credits
    Introduction to Quantitative Techniques, Central Tendency, Measure of Dispersion, Correlation Regression, Time Series, Probability etc.
  3. Elements of financial management 4 Credits
    Environment of business finance, ratio analysis, fund flow analysis, cash flow analysis, economic value added, Capital Functionary – Cost of capital, operating and financial leverage, capital structure theories, dividend distribution theories, Working capital management – cash, inventory, account receivable management and factoring, etc.
  4. Introduction to corporate accountancy 4 Credits
    Introduction to Accountancy, Accounting cycle, journal, ledger, Concept, conventions and International accounting standard, US GAAP, Financial statements of limited companies Financial Statement Analysis, Cost Management – an overview, Standard Costing and Budgeting, Cost-volume-profit Analysis
  5. Financial & Securties Law 4 Credit
    Contract Act, Sales of Goods Act, Banking Law, Introduction to Tax Law, Banking Law, Securities and Exchange Commission, Company Law, etc.
  6. Management Information System 4 Credit
    Introduction to Management Information System, Business Process, Transaction Processing System, Office Automation, Decision Support System, Expert System etc.
  7. Financial Mathematics 4 Credits
    Ratio, Proportion and Variation, Summation of Series: Finite and Infinite, Permutations and Combinations, Matrices and Determinations, Interest and Annuities, Differentiation, Integration and its applications, etc.
  8. Financial Economics & Modelling 4 Credits
    Introduction to Economics, Demand and Supply function, Production and cost function, Monopoly, Perfect Competition, Imperfect Competition, Monopolistic Competition, Profit Planning and forecasting, Concept of Profit Maximization, Theories of Business Cycle and Control, Economic Forecasting for Business etc.
  9. Second Semester

  10. Fundamentals of Financial Markets 4 Credits
    An overview of financial markets, its need and importance, Money Market, Capital Market, Corporate Debt Market, Derivative Market, Mutual funds – Definition, types, AMC etc., Depositaries
  11. Management Accounting for Managers 4 Credits
    Cost Management – an overview, Cost concepts in decision making, Overhead analysis and control, job and process control, Absorption and cost volume profit analysis, Managerial decision making under risk and uncertainty, Budget and budgetary control, Standard costing and variance analysis, Responsibility Accounting
  12. Managing People 4 Credit
    Introduction to Human Resources, Personality Development, Motivation, Leadership, and its types, Manpower Planning, Employee Recruitment, Selection, Job Design and Appraisal, Compensation and Reward Administration, Trade Union, Collective bargaining, Stress Management etc.
  13. Business Environment 4 Credit
    The Concept of Business Environment, philosophies of capital and socialism, Mixed Economy, Financial Institutions, Globalization, Banking policy, FEMA, SEBI, Consumer Protection, etc.
  14. Global Business Finance
    International finance a business perspective, global financial environment, Understanding financial risk, foreign exchange market, Introduction to currency futures and option, management of currency exposure, Swaps, Working Capital management, International long run financing and institutions, Foreign Direct Investment and International capital budgeting, the emerging markets and financial developments, International portfolio investment, etc.
  15. International accounting and its applications
    Introduction to Accounting standards, role of standard boards, Types of accounting standards, Conceptual framework for accounting and reporting, segment reporting, social responsibility and reporting, Interim reporting, human resource accounting, value added reporting, Environmental accounting and reporting and harmonization in accounting and reporting, etc.
  16. Financial risk management 4 Credit
    The need for Risk Management System, The new regulatory and corporate environment, Structuring and managing the risk management, Measuring the risk management, Measuring the market risk, Credit rating systems, Hedging credit risk, Risk Management in non-bank corporation, Risk Management in the future, etc.
  17. Merger and acquisition analysis 4 Credit
    Brief Outline about merges, acquisitions, takeovers, tender offer, Change forces and merges, anti-trust policies, Deal structure, Merges and takeovers – theory and practices, Alternative paths to growth, valuation, Corporate Restructuring, Takeover Defenses, LBOs and MBOs, Financial Restructuring, Corporate Governance and Performance, Case Studies, etc.

At the end of the year every candidate has to undergo on-job training of 120 hours under any organization or a firm, will of 12 Credits, which include Viva-Voce.

Pedagogy

  1. Class Teaching and Course Material
  2. Workshops and Seminars
  3. Case Study and Analysis
  4. Presentation (minimum three presentations required by each candidate)

No. of Hours

Each subjects comprises of 40hours teaching + practical training

Diploma in Corporate Finance

Objective: The objective of this programme is to familiarize with the different functions of Corporate Finance so that they can encash the job opportunities in these areas. The emphasis, which has been given in this programme, is to impart professional education to those candidates who wants to start their career as finance professional.

Course Contents:

The course contents for the above programmes is given below:

First Semester

  1. General Management Practices & Principles 4 Credits
    Definition of Management, School of Thoughts, Functions of Management, Planning, Staffing, Organizing, Directing, Controlling, ie. In International context, etc.
  2. Problem Solving Techniques for Managers 4 Credits
    Introduction to Quantitative Techniques, Central Tendency, Measure of Dispersion, Correlation Regression, Time Series, Probability etc.
  3. Elements of financial management 4 Credits
    Environment of business finance, ratio analysis, fund flow analysis, cash flow analysis, economic value added, Capital Functionary – Cost of capital, operating and financial leverage, capital structure theories, dividend distribution theories, Working capital management – cash, inventory, account receivable management and factoring, etc.
  4. Introduction to corporate accountancy 4 Credits
    Introduction to Accountancy, Accounting cycle, journal, ledger, Concept, conventions and International accounting standard, US GAAP, Financial statements of limited companies Financial Statement Analysis, Cost Management – an overview, Standard Costing and Budgeting, Cost-volume-profit Analysis
  5. Financial & Securties Law 4 Credit
    Contract Act, Sales of Goods Act, Banking Law, Introduction to Tax Law, Banking Law, Securities and Exchange Commission, Company Law, etc.
  6. Management Information System 4 Credit
    Introduction to Management Information System, Business Process, Transaction Processing System, Office Automation, Decision Support System, Expert System etc.
  7. Financial Mathematics 4 Credits
    Ratio, Proportion and Variation, Summation of Series: Finite and Infinite, Permutations and Combinations, Matrices and Determinations, Interest and Annuities, Differentiation, Integration and its applications, etc.
  8. Financial Economics & Modelling 4 Credits
    Introduction to Economics, Demand and Supply function, Production and cost function, Monopoly, Perfect Competition, Imperfect Competition, Monopolistic Competition, Profit Planning and forecasting, Concept of Profit Maximization, Theories of Business Cycle and Control, Economic Forecasting for Business etc.

At the end of the year every candidate has to undergo on-job training of 120 hours under any organization or a firm, will of 12 Credits, which include Viva-Voce.

Pedagogy

  1. Class Teaching and Course Material
  2. Workshops and Seminars
  3. Case Study and Analysis
  4. Presentation (minimum three presentations required by each candidate)

No. of Hours

Each subjects comprises of 40hours teaching + practical training

Post Graduate Diploma in International Marketing

Objective: The objective of this programme in International Marketing is familiarizing the different aspects of International Marketing, with special emphasis on Global Marketing so that candidate can encash the job opportunities available in these areas.

Eligibility : 10 + 2

Course Contents:
The course contents for the above programmes is given below:

    First Semester

  1. Business Communication 8 Credits
    Introduction of Communication, Types of Communication, Process of Communication, Non-verbal communication, Oral Communication, Body Language, Barriers in Communication, Report & Letter Drafting etc.
  2. Computer Applications in Management 8 Credits
    Introduction of Computers, Generation of Computers, Number System, Overview of Languages, Programmes, MS-Office, LAN, WAN, MAN, Internet, E-Mail, Computer Application in Marketing, Accountings etc.
  3. Marketing Management 8 Credit
    Nature and scope of marketing, concept of marketing mix, Consumer Behavior, market segmentation, implementation, organization, control, New product development life cycle, Product positioning, Branding, Packaging etc.
  4. Quantitative Techniques and Methods 8 Credits
    Introduction to Quantitative Techniques, Central Tendency, Measure of Dispersion, Correlation Regression, Time Series, Index Number, Probability, Probability Distribution, Sampling, Sampling Distribution etc.
  5. Principles & Practice of Management 8 Credit
    Definition of Management, Scope and Significance of Management, School of Management Thoughts, Functions of Management, Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing, Controlling, Coordinating etc.
  6. Managerial Economics 8 Credits
    Introduction to Economics, Demand and Supply function, Production and cost function, Monopoly, Perfect Competition, Imperfect Competition, Monopolistic Competition, Profit Planning and forecasting, Concept of Profit Maximization, Theories of Business Cycle and Control, Economic Forecasting for Business etc.
  7. Second Semester

  8. Global Marketing Economics & Trade 8 Credit
    Nature and scope of marketing, concept of marketing mix, Consumer Behavior, market segmentation, implementation, organization, control, New product development life cycle, Product positioning, Branding, Packaging, Advertising, International Market Agency and Policies, WTO, etc.
  9. Marketing Research & Methodology 8 Credit
    Objectives of Marketing Research, Types of Research, Research Design, Different types of Research Design, Collection of Data, Sampling Design, Classification of Data, Questionnaires, Processing and Analysing of Data, Interpretation and Report Writing,etc.
  10. Business Finance and Accounting 8 Credit
    Elements of Business Finance, Finance functions, Cost of Capital, Capital structure, US GAAP, etc.
  11. Export & Import Management 8 Credits
    Introduction to Export & Import Trades, L/C, Exim Bank, WTO, Export Documentation, Export Planning, Special Economic Zones, EOU, etc.
  12. International Management 8 Credit
    Concept Global Challenges, Organization Culture, International Strategic Alliances, Organizing and Controlling for International competition etc.
  13. Global Business Environment 8 Credit

An overview of International business environment, WTO, World Bank, IDA, IMF, International Capital Movement etc.
At the end of each year every candidate has to undergo practical training of 100 hours under any organization or a firm.

Pedagogy

  1. Class Teaching and Course Material
  2. Workshops and Seminars
  3. Case Study and Analysis
  4. Presentation

No. of Hours

Each subjects comprises of 40hours teaching + practical training
Diploma in Marketing

Objective: The objective of this two-year diploma programme in Marketing is familiarizing the different aspects of International Marketing, with special emphasis on Global Marketing so that candidate can encash the job opportunities available in these areas.

Eligibility : 10 + 2

Course Contents:

The course contents for the above programmes is given below:

    First Semester

  1. Business Communication 8 Credits
    Introduction of Communication, Types of Communication, Process of Communication, Non-verbal communication, Oral Communication, Body Language, Barriers in Communication, Report & Letter Drafting etc.
  2. Computer Applications in Management 8 Credits
    Introduction of Computers, Generation of Computers, Number System, Overview of Languages, Programmes, MS-Office, LAN, WAN, MAN, Internet, E-Mail, Computer Application in Marketing, Accountings etc.
  3. Marketing Management 8 Credit
    Nature and scope of marketing, concept of marketing mix, Consumer Behavior, market segmentation, implementation, organization, control, New product development life cycle, Product positioning, Branding, Packaging etc.
  4. Quantitative Techniques and Methods 8 Credits
    Introduction to Quantitative Techniques, Central Tendency, Measure of Dispersion, Correlation Regression, Time Series, Index Number, Probability, Probability Distribution, Sampling, Sampling Distribution etc.
  5. Principles & Practice of Management 8 Credits
    Definition of Management, Scope and Significance of Management, School of Management Thoughts, Functions of Management, Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing, Controlling, Coordinating etc.
  6. Managerial Economics 8 Credits
    Introduction to Economics, Demand and Supply function, Production and cost function, Monopoly, Perfect Competition, Imperfect Competition, Monopolistic Competition, Profit Planning and forecasting, Concept of Profit Maximization, Theories of Business Cycle and Control, Economic Forecasting for Business etc.

At the end of each year every candidate has to undergo practical training of 100 hours under any organization or a firm.

Pedagogy

  1. Class Teaching and Course Material
  2. Workshops and Seminars
  3. Case Study and Analysis
  4. Presentation

No. of Hours

Each subjects comprises of 40hours teaching + practical training

 
Certified Pension Fund Advisor

Course Structure

Basic Level

    Fundamentals of Financial Markets 4 Credits
  • An overview of financial markets, its need and importance
  • Money Market
  • Capital Market
  • Corporate Debt Market
  • Derivative Market
  • Mutual funds – Definition, types, AMC etc.
  • Depositaries
    Basics of Finance 4 Credits
  • Introduction to Accountancy – definition, objectives, importance
  • Accounting cycle, journal, ledger
  • Concept, conventions and International accounting standard, US GAAP
  • Financial statements of limited companies – trading and Profit & Loss Accounts, Balance Sheet and cash flow statement, balance score card
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Source of capital: Debt, Accounting for bonds, leased assets, analysis of capital structure
  • Source of capital: Owners' equity, form of business organization, ownership in a corporation, earning per share.
  • Long-lived, non-monetary assets and their amortization
  • Environment of business finance, ratio analysis, fund flow analysis, cash flow analysis, economic value added
  • Capital Functionary – Cost of capital, operating and financial leverage, capital structure theories, dividend distribution theories
  • Capital Budgeting Techniques – Capital expenditure, investment decisions
  • Financial Markets – money market, capital market, international capital market
  • Working capital management – cash, inventory, account receivable management and factoring
    Securities and Business Laws 4 Credits
  • Contract – definition and concept, agreement, consideration, capacities to contract, free consent, void agreement, discharge of contract, quasi contract, remedies for breach of contract
  • Contract of Sales of Goods
  • Partnership, Formation, Rights and obligations of parties, dissolution of a partnership firm
  • Negotiable Instruments, promissory notes, bills of exchange and cheques
  • Company – basic concepts, formation of company, memorandum and articles, capital of company, prospectus, all about shares, shareholders meeting etc., insolvency and winding up
  • Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Banking Law
    Computer & Communication in Management 4 Credits
  • Fundamental of Information System
  • System Development Tools
  • Hardware, Software, Telecommunication, DBMS
  • Transaction Process System, Information Reporting System, Decision Support System, Executive Information System
  • Artificial Intelligence, Expert System
  • Information System in function area
  • Introduction of Communication
  • Types of Communication
  • Barriers in Communication
  • Report & Letter Drafting etc.
    Quantitative Techniques and Methods 4 Credits
  • Introduction to Quantitative Techniques
  • Central Tendency, Measure of Dispersion
  • Correlation Regression
  • Time Series
  • Probability
  • Sampling etc.

General Level

    Debt and Equity Instrument 4 Credits
  • Introduction to Debt and Equity Instrument
  • Cost of Debt, Debentures, bond, etc.
  • Cost of Equity, Equity & Preference Shares
  • Capital Structure
  • Zero Coupon Bonds, etc.
  • Liberalization in Pension Funds
  • The emerging markets and financial developments
  • International portfolio investment
    Strategic Mergers & Acquisitions 4 Credits
  • Brief Outline about merges, acquisitions, takeovers, tender offer
  • Change forces and merges, anti-trust policies
  • Deal structure
  • Merges and takeovers – theory and practices
  • Alternative paths to growth, valuation
  • Corporate Restructuring
  • Takeover Defenses
  • LBOs and MBOs, Financial Restructuring
  • Corporate Governance and Performance
  • Case Studies
    International Portfolio Management 4 Credits
  • Introduction to Portfolio Management
  • Introduction and importance of investment
  • Security Markets: present and future
  • Sources of investment information
  • Analysis and Valuation of Equity Securities – Economic Activities, Industry analysis, financial statement analysis
  • Issues in efficient markets i.e. technical analysis and market efficiency
  • Fixed income and leverages securities
  • Derivatives products
    Equity Research & Analysis 4 Credits
  • Introduction of stock markets both at national and international level
  • The emerging markets, financial repression and financial development
  • Globalization and the multinational firm
  • Basics of financial analysis
  • Stock market operating, working, regulatory bodies etc.
  • Types of debt and equity instruments, analysis of financial choices and investment decision
  • Capital structure analysis, financial health analysis
  • Human resource, market and technical analysis of companies
  • Merges, acquisitions and takeovers tax aspects
  • Credit Rating
  • Ethics in finance and corporate governance
  • Case Studies
  • Analysis of business environment and industry wise analysis
    Direct and Indirect Taxex 8 Credit
  • Concept of Taxation
  • Capital Gains
  • Income from Salaries
  • Income from Other Sources
  • Tax Authorities etc.

Certified Level

    Corporate Restructuring 8 Credits
  • Concept of Corporate Restructuring
  • Understanding financial statement and its analysis
  • Capital structure
  • Derivatives – options, futures and corporate finance
  • Warrants and convertibles
  • Derivatives and hedging risk
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Leverage buy outs and Management buy outs
  • Efficient Market theory
  • Arbitrage and Price Theory
  • Portfolio performance evaluation, analysis
    Pension Fund & Financial Services
  • Introduction to Pension Funds
  • Kinds of pension Funds
  • Role of Pension Fund Advisor
  • Introduction to Financial Services
  • Asset / Fund based Financial Services – theoretical and regulatory framework
  • Accounting / Reporting framework and Taxation of learning
  • Financial Evaluation of learning
  • Hire Purchase and Commercial credit
  • Factoring, Forfeiting, Bill Discounting
  • Housing Finance
  • Insurance Services – Life and Non-life
  • Venture Capital Financing
  • NBFCs'
  • Merchant Banking and other Fee based/Advisory Financial Services i.e. issue management, mergers, amalgamations, takeover etc. equity research, stock broking
  • Credit Rating
    Derivatives trading
  • Introduction to Derivatives
  • Futures, mechanics of buying and selling future, future prices
  • Hedging Fundamentals
  • Social benefits of future markets and the role of speculation
  • The Regulation of future markets, stock index futures, short and long term interest rate future
  • Foreign currency future
  • Commodity future
  • The basics of options, Option pricing, applications of option
    Financial Risk Management
  • The need for Risk Management System
  • The new regulatory and corporate environment
  • Structuring and managing the risk management
  • Measuring the risk management
  • Measuring the market risk
  • Credit rating systems
  • Hedging credit risk
  • Risk Management in non-bank corporation
  • Risk Management in the future
    Financial Engineering
  • Concept of financial engineering, role of financial engineers in an organization
  • Understanding financial statement and its analysis
  • Capital structure
  • Derivatives – options, futures and corporate finance
  • Warrants and convertibles
  • Derivatives and hedging risk
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Corporate restructuring
  • Efficient Market theory
  • Arbitrage and Price Theory
  • Portfolio performance evaluation, analysis
 
Certified Investment Analyst

Course Structure

Basic Level

    Fundamentals of Financial Markets 4 Credits
  • An overview of financial markets, its need and importance
  • Money Market
  • Capital Market
  • Corporate Debt Market
  • Derivative Market
  • Mutual funds – Definition, types, AMC etc.
  • Depositaries
    Basics of Finance 4 Credits
  • Introduction to Accountancy – definition, objectives, importance
  • Accounting cycle, journal, ledger
  • Concept, conventions and International accounting standard, US GAAP
  • Financial statements of limited companies – trading and Profit & Loss Accounts, Balance Sheet and cash flow statement, balance score card
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Source of capital: Debt, Accounting for bonds, leased assets, analysis of capital structure
  • Source of capital: Owners' equity, form of business organization, ownership in a corporation, earning per share.
  • Long-lived, non-monetary assets and their amortization
  • Environment of business finance, ratio analysis, fund flow analysis, cash flow analysis, economic value added
  • Capital Functionary – Cost of capital, operating and financial leverage, capital structure theories, dividend distribution theories
  • Capital Budgeting Techniques – Capital expenditure, investment decisions
  • Financial Markets – money market, capital market, international capital market
  • Working capital management – cash, inventory, account receivable management and factoring
    Securities and Business Laws 4 Credits
  • Contract – definition and concept, agreement, consideration, capacities to contract, free consent, void agreement, discharge of contract, quasi contract, remedies for breach of contract
  • Contract of Sales of Goods
  • Partnership, Formation, Rights and obligations of parties, dissolution of a partnership firm
  • Negotiable Instruments, promissory notes, bills of exchange and cheques
  • Company – basic concepts, formation of company, memorandum and articles, capital of company, prospectus, all about shares, shareholders meeting etc., insolvency and winding up
  • Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Banking Law
    Computer & Communication in Management 4 Credits
  • Fundamental of Information System
  • System Development Tools
  • Hardware, Software, Telecommunication, DBMS
  • Transaction Process System, Information Reporting System, Decision Support System, Executive Information System
  • Artificial Intelligence, Expert System
  • Information System in function area
  • Introduction of Communication
  • Types of Communication
  • Barriers in Communication
  • Report & Letter Drafting etc.
    Quantitative Techniques and Methods 4 Credits
  • Introduction to Quantitative Techniques
  • Central Tendency, Measure of Dispersion
  • Correlation Regression
  • Time Series
  • Probability
  • Sampling etc.

General Level

    Financial Planning & Analysis
  • Introduction to Financial Services
  • Asset / Fund based Financial Services – theoretical and regulatory framework
  • Accounting / Reporting framework and Taxation of learning
  • Financial Evaluation of learning
  • Hire Purchase and Commercial credit
  • Factoring, Forfeiting, Bill Discounting
  • Housing Finance
  • Insurance Services – Life and Non-life
  • Venture Capital Financing
  • NBFCs'
  • Merchant Banking and other Fee based/Advisory Financial Services i.e. issue management, mergers, amalgamations, takeover etc. equity research, stock broking
  • Credit Rating

    Mergers & Acquisitions – A Tool of Investment Analyst 4 Credits
  • Brief Outline about merges, acquisitions, takeovers, tender offer
  • Change forces and merges, anti-trust policies
  • Deal structure
  • Merges and takeovers – theory and practices
  • Alternative paths to growth, valuation
  • Corporate Restructuring
  • Takeover Defenses
  • LBOs and MBOs, Financial Restructuring
  • Corporate Governance and Performance
  • Case Studies
    International Portfolio Management 4 Credits
  • Introduction to Portfolio Management
  • Introduction and importance of investment
  • Security Markets: present and future
  • Sources of investment information
  • Analysis and Valuation of Equity Securities – Economic Activities, Industry analysis, financial statement analysis
  • Issues in efficient markets i.e. technical analysis and market efficiency
  • Fixed income and leverages securities
  • Derivatives products
    Equity Research & Analysis 4 Credits
  • Introduction of stock markets both at national and international level
  • The emerging markets, financial repression and financial development
  • Globalization and the multinational firm
  • Basics of financial analysis
  • Stock market operating, working, regulatory bodies etc.
  • Types of debt and equity instruments, analysis of financial choices and investment decision
  • Capital structure analysis, financial health analysis
  • Human resource, market and technical analysis of companies
  • Merges, acquisitions and takeovers tax aspects
  • Credit Rating
  • Ethics in finance and corporate governance
  • Case Studies
  • Analysis of business environment and industry wise analysis
    Direct and Indirect Taxes 8 Credit
  • Concept of Taxation
  • Capital Gains
  • Income from Salaries
  • Income from Other Sources
  • Tax Authorities etc.

Certified Level

    Corporate Restructuring 8 Credits
  • Concept of Corporate Restructuring
  • Understanding financial statement and its analysis
  • Capital structure
  • Derivatives – options, futures and corporate finance
  • Warrants and convertibles
  • Derivatives and hedging risk
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Leverage buy outs and Management buy outs
  • Efficient Market theory
  • Arbitrage and Price Theory
  • Portfolio performance evaluation, analysis
    Advance Corporate Reporting 8 Credit
  • International Financial Reporting Standard
  • International Accounting Standards
  • Exposure Drafts
  • Preparation of Financial Statement of Complex Business Entities
  • Current Issues and Development, etc.
    Derivatives trading
  • Introduction to Derivatives
  • Futures, mechanics of buying and selling future, future prices
  • Hedging Fundamentals
  • Social benefits of future markets and the role of speculation
  • The Regulation of future markets, stock index futures, short and long term interest rate future
  • Foreign currency future
  • Commodity future
  • The basics of options, Option pricing, applications of option
    Financial Risk Management
  • The need for Risk Management System
  • The new regulatory and corporate environment
  • Structuring and managing the risk management
  • Measuring the risk management
  • Measuring the market risk
  • Credit rating systems
  • Hedging credit risk
  • Risk Management in non-bank corporation
  • Risk Management in the future
    International Business Environment 8 Credit
  • The Concept of Business Environment
  • Philosophies of capital and socialism
  • Mixed Economy
  • Financial Institutions
  • Globalization
  • Banking policy
  • Consumer Protection
  • International business environment
  • WTO
  • World Bank
  • IDA
  • IMF
  • International Capital Movement etc.
 
Certified Financial Engineer

Course structure

Basic level 20 Credits

    Elements of financial management
  • Environment of business finance, ratio analysis, fund flow analysis, cash flow analysis, economic value added
  • Capital Functionary – Cost of capital, operating and financial leverage, capital structure theories, dividend distribution theories
  • Capital Budgeting Techniques – Capital expenditure, investment decisions
  • Financial Markets – money market, capital market, international capital market
  • Working capital management – cash, inventory, account receivable management and factoring
    Introduction to corporate accountancy
  • Introduction to Accountancy – definition, objectives, importance
  • Accounting cycle, journal, ledger
  • Concept, conventions and International accounting standard, US GAAP
  • Financial statements of limited companies – trading and Profit & Loss Accounts, Balance Sheet and cash flow statement, balance score card
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Source of capital: Debt, Accounting for bonds, leased assets, analysis of capital structure
  • Source of capital: Owners' equity, form of business organization, ownership in a corporation, earning per share.
  • Long-lived, non-monetary assets and their amortization
  • Cost Management – an overview
  • Cost concepts in decision making
  • Overhead analysis and control, job and process control
  • Absorption and cost volume profit analysis
  • Managerial decision making under risk and uncertainty
  • Budget and budgetary control
  • Standard costing and variance analysis
  • Responsibility Accounting

    Elements of business economics
  • Introduction to managerial economics – definition, overview, role of economic models.
  • Opportunity cost, fixed and variable cost etc.
  • Production, factor that influence the production possibilities curve.
  • Demand and supply – markets and social welfare, supply and demand curve, market equilibrium, rent controls etc. price elasticity of demand, price elasticity of supply
  • Market equilibrium and efficiency i.e. economic surplus, price ceilings etc.
  • Economic Profit
  • Profit imperfections i.e. monopoly and other forms of imperfect competition
  • Macro-economics: the bird's – eye view of the economy i.e. economic growth and living standards, productivity, unemployment, recessions and expansions, inflations etc.
  • Federal reserves, Financial markets and money – the banking system, brand markets, stock markets and the allocation of savings, money – a special financial assets
    Management information system
  • Fundamental of Information System
  • Information System for Strategic Advantage
  • System Approach
  • System Development Tools
  • Hardware, Software, Telecommunication, DBMS
  • Transaction Process System, Information Reporting System, Decision Support System, Executive Information System
  • Artificial Intelligence, Expert System
  • Information System in function area
  • Information Resource Management
  • Planning and Implementation of Information System
    Quantitative Techniques and methods
  • Ratio, Proportion and Variation
  • Summation of Series: Finite and Infinite
  • Permutations and Combinations
  • Matrices and Determinations
  • Interest and Annuities
  • Differentiation
  • Integration and its applications
  • Collection, classification and presentation of data
  • Measures of tendency
  • Measures of dispersion
  • Correlation and Regression
  • Times Series and Forecasting Techniques
  • Index Number
  • Probability and Probability Distribution
  • Sampling and Sampling Distribution

General level

40 Credits

    International business finance
  • International finance a business perspective, global financial environment
  • Understanding financial risk
  • The foreign exchange market
  • Introduction to currency futures and option, management of currency exposure
  • Swaps
  • Working Capital management
  • International long run financing and institutions
  • Foreign Direct Investment and International capital budgeting
  • The emerging markets and financial developments
  • International portfolio investment
    International accounting and its applications
  • Introduction to Accounting standards, role of standard boards etc.
  • Types of accounting standards
  • Conceptual framework for accounting and reporting, segment reporting, social responsibility and reporting
  • Interim reporting, human resource accounting, value added reporting
  • Environmental accounting and reporting and harmonization in accounting and reporting
    Financial Securities Law
  • Contract – definition and concept, agreement, consideration, capacities to contract, free consent, void agreement, discharge of contract, quasi contract, remedies for breach of contract
  • Contract of Sales of Goods
  • Partnership, Formation, Rights and obligations of parties, dissolution of a partnership firm
  • Negotiable Instruments, promissory notes, bills of exchange and cheques
  • Company – basic concepts, formation of company, memorandum and articles, capital of company, prospectus, all about shares, shareholders meeting etc., insolvency and winding up
  • Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Banking Law
  • International Financial Laws
    Corporate Financial Services
  • Introduction to Financial Services
  • Asset / Fund based Financial Services – theoretical and regulatory framework
  • Accounting / Reporting framework and Taxation of learning
  • Financial Evaluation of learning
  • Hire Purchase and Commercial credit
  • Factoring, Forfeiting, Bill Discounting
  • Housing Finance
  • Insurance Services – Life and Non-life
  • Venture Capital Financing
  • NBFCs'
  • Merchant Banking and other Fee based/Advisory Financial Services i.e. issue management, mergers, amalgamations, takeover etc. equity research, stock broking
  • Credit Rating
    Portfolio management
  • Introduction to Portfolio Management
  • Introduction and importance of investment
  • Security Markets: present and future
  • Sources of investment information
  • Analysis and Valuation of Equity Securities – Economic Activities, Industry analysis, financial statement analysis
  • Issues in efficient markets i.e. technical analysis and market efficiency
  • Fixed income and leverages securities
  • Derivatives products

Certified level

40 Credits

Taxation Management and Planning

  • Exploring the tax environment – types of taxes and the jurisdiction, tax policy
  • Fundamentals of tax planning
  • The measurement of taxable income
  • Tax planning in setting up of a new business, non-residential managerial decision etc.
  • International Taxation
    Merger and acquisition analysis
  • Brief Outline about merges, acquisitions, takeovers, tender offer
  • Change forces and merges, anti-trust policies
  • Deal structure
  • Merges and takeovers – theory and practices
  • Alternative paths to growth, valuation
  • Corporate Restructuring
  • Takeover Defenses
  • LBOs and MBOs, Financial Restructuring
  • Corporate Governance and Performance
  • Case Studies
    Derivatives trading
  • Introduction to Derivatives
  • Futures, mechanics of buying and selling future, future prices
  • Hedging Fundamentals
  • Social benefits of future markets and the role of speculation
  • The Regulation of future markets, stock index futures, short and long term interest rate future
  • Foreign currency future
  • Commodity future
  • The basics of options, Option pricing, applications of option
    Financial risk management
  • The need for Risk Management System
  • The new regulatory and corporate environment
  • Structuring and managing the risk management
  • Measuring the risk management
  • Measuring the market risk
  • Credit rating systems
  • Hedging credit risk
  • Risk Management in non-bank corporation
  • Risk Management in the future
    Financial Engineering
  • Concept of financial engineering, role of financial engineers in an organization
  • Understanding financial statement and its analysis
  • Capital structure
  • Derivatives – options, futures and corporate finance
  • Warrants and convertibles
  • Derivatives and hedging risk
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Corporate restructuring
  • Efficient Market theory
  • Arbitrage and Price Theory
  • Portfolio performance evaluation, analysis
 
Certified Financial Assistant

Objective:

The objective of this certified programme in accounting is to create job opportunities in basic accountancy for candidates.

Course Contents:
The course contents for the above programmes is given below:

Basic Level

  1. Basics of Finance and Accounting 8 Credit
    Elements of Accounting, Preparation of Financial Statement, Business Finance, Finance functions, Cost of Capital, Capital structure, etc.
  2. Fundamentals in Book Keeping 8 Credits
    Introduction to Book Keeping – definition, objectives, importance, Accounting cycle, journal, ledger, Cash Book, Petty Cash Book & its Maintenance, etc.
  3. Communication for Finance Assistants 8 Credits
    Introduction of Communication, Types of Communication, Barriers in Communication, Report & Letter Drafting etc.
  4. Basics of Computers 8 Credits
    Introduction of Computers, Generation of Computers, Number System, Computer Languages, Programmes, MS-Office etc.
  5. Fundamental of Monetary Economics 8 Credits
    Introduction to Economics, Demand and Supply function, Production and cost function, Monopoly, Perfect Competition, Imperfect Competition, Monopolistic Competition etc.

Certified Level

  1. Quantitative Techniques for Assistants 8 Credits
    Introduction to Quantitative Techniques, Central Tendency, Measure of Dispersion, Correlation Regression, Time Series, Probability etc.
  2. Project Management and Financial Institutions 8 Credit
    Introduction to Project Management, Preparation of Project Reports, RBI functions, Commercial Banks, IDBI, IFCI, ICICI etc.
  3. Elements of Costing 8 Credit
    Introduction of Cost Accounting, Elements of Cost, Cost Sheet, Job and Process Costing, Output costing etc.
  4. Elements of Corporate Law 8 Credit
    Contract Act, Sales of Goods Act, Negotiable Act, Payment of Bonus Act, Company Law
  5. Basics of Taxation 8 Credit
    Concept of Taxation, Capital Gains, Income from Salaries, Income from Other Sources, Tax Authorities etc.

At the end of Certified Level each candidate has to undergo practical training of 100 hours of Finance and preparation of Project Report under any organization or a firm.

Pedagogy

  1. Class Teaching and Course Material
  2. Workshops and Seminars
  3. Presentation

No. of Hours

Each subjects comprises of 80hours teaching (i.e. (10 x 80) 800 hours + 100 hours of practical training = 900 hours.

 
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