Term End Examinations (TEE) (weightage) 60 Nil Nil Marks 75 Marks. Internal Component

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SVKM’s Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics (Autonomous) M.Com (Banking and Finance) Syllabus applicable from the A.Y. 2021-22 Semester I:

Any other information:

Module Module Content Module Wise

Pedagogy Used

Module Wise Duration

Module Wise Reference Books Program: M.Com(Banking & Finance) Semester : I

Course : Indian Banking System

Academic Year: 2021-2022 Batch: 2021-2023

Code:

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme

Lectures Practicals Tutorials Credits

Internal Continuous Assessment (ICA)

(weightage)

Term End Examinations (TEE)

(weightage)

60 Nil Nil 06 25 Marks 75 Marks

Internal Component

Class Test (Duration 20 minutes) Projects / Assignments Class Participation

10 Marks 15 Marks NA

Learning Objectives:

1. To develop an understanding of the Indian Banking System

2. To understand the various important aspects of the Indian Banking System like retail banking and wholesale banking and their products

3. To understand the exposures of the banking system and its management

4. To know about banking technology and the upgradation of banking technologies

5. To gain knowledge about microfinance and micro credit and the institutions providing it Learning Outcomes:

1. To apply understanding about the Indian Banking System

2. To understand about the various aspects and working of Indian Banking System like Retail Banking, Wholesale Banking, Risk Management, Banking Technology, Microfinance and Microcredit

Pedagogy:. Lecture, Discussions, Video Clips, Presentation Detailed Syllabus: ( per session plan )

Session Outline For : Indian Banking System

Each lecture session would be of one hour duration (60 sessions)

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I

Introduction to Indian Banking System A. Banking Structure in India; Evolution of Banks; Different types of Banks; Payment Banks; Unit Banking and Branch Banking, Retail Banking; Wholesale, Offshore and International Banking; Merchant Banking Recent Developments in Indian Banking System

B. Overview of Commercial Banking in India Role and Functions of Commercial Banks, Credit Creation, Nationalization vs Privatization of Banks, Management of Banks in Rural Areas – Role of NABARD and SIDBI

Lectures and Discussion

12 Lectures

Principles and Practices of Banking by IIBF

II

Retail Banking and Wholesale Banking A. Meaning, Features, Significance of Retail Banking and overview of its products;

Types of Loans – Educational Loans, Vehicle Loans and so on; Trends in Retailing;

B. Meaning, Features, Significance of Wholesale Banking and overview of its products like Cash Management, Salary Payment, Debt Management, Factoring and Forfaiting, Trusteeship, Custodial services, Business advisory, Off shore services, Trade services, Forex Management, etc. Corporate Deposits: Corporate Loans: Fund Based Services, Non - Fund Based Services, Value Added Services and Internet Banking Services; Banker Customer Relationship Types; Banker’s Special Relationship;

Banking Ombudsman Scheme and

Consumer Protection Act, 1986; Corporate Debt Restructuring

Lectures and Discussion

12 Lectures

Principles and Practices of Banking by IIBF

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III

Risk Management and Asset Liability Management in Banks

Bank’s Investment Policy – SLR and Non- SLR Investments, Need and Significance of Investment Management in Banks

Credit Policy and Credit Monitoring;

Principles of Lending, Credit Information Companies; CIBIL, Fair Practices Codes and Standards Board of India; Non-Performing Assets – Prudential Norms and Income Recognition, Asset Classification and provisioning; Risk Management and Basel Norms; Study of Financial Statements of Banking Companies

Lectures and Discussion

12 Lectures

Bank

Management and Financial

Services by Peter S. Rose and Sylvia C.

Hudgins;

Management of Banking and Financial Services by Padmalatha Suresh and Justin Paul; Credit Risk Management for Indian Banks by K.Vaidyanathan

IV

Banking Technology

Origin of Information Technology in Banking, Concept of Digital Banking, Electronic Banking – Anytime Banking, Anywhere Banking, Home Banking (Corporate and Personal), Internet Banking, Mobile Banking, Electronic Payment Systems – ATMs, HWAK, WLA, NPCI, Origin and Growth of EFT Services, Core Banking System, Cheque Truncation, SWIFT, Automated Clearing System, ECS, NEFT, RTGS, IMPS, Digital Signature and so on

Lectures and Discussion

12 Lectures

Indian Banking System:

Reforms, Reorganizations and Innovations by Joyeeta Deb;

Principles and Practices of Banking – IIBF

V

Microfinance and Micro Credit

Meaning and Importance of Microfinance, Micro Finance Institutions in India, RBI Guidelines on Micro Credit, Concept of SHG and its origin and growth in India, NRLM, SRLM, RSETIs, SHG- Bank Linkage Programme, Government Sponsored Schemes, Priority sector Lending, Loans to MSMEs and Agriculture Finance

Lectures and Discussion

12 Lectures

Financial Inclusion in India, Policies and Programmes by N.Mani

Reference Books:

Title Author(s) Publisher

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Indian Financial System M.Y.Khan McGraw Hill Indian Banking S. Natarajan and Dr. R.

Parameswaran

Advanced Bank Management IIBF Macmillan Education

Indian Banking R.Parameswaran S.Chand

Indian Banking System:

Reforms, Reorganizations and Innovations

Joyeeta Deb Evincepub Publishing

Modern Banking: Theory and Practice

D.Muraleedharan Prentice Hall India Principles and Practices of

Banking

IIBF Macmillan Education

Management of Banking and Financial Services

Padmalatha Suresh and Justin Paul

Pearson Education

Credit Risk Management for Indian Banks

K.Vaidyanathan SAGE

Financial Inclusion in India, Policies and Programmes

N.Mani New Century Publications

Note: Latest edition of books may be used.

Program: M.Com(Banking & Finance) Semester : I Course : Financial Markets and Institutions

Academic Year: 2021-2022 Batch: 2021-2023

Code:

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme

Lectures Practicals Tutorials Credits

Internal Continuous Assessment (ICA)

(weightage)

Term End Examinations (TEE)

(weightage)

60 Nil Nil 06 25 Marks 75 Marks

(5)

Internal Component

Class Test (Duration 20 Minutes) Projects / Assignments Class Participation

10 Marks 15 Marks NA

Learning Objectives :

1. To make the learners aware about the functioning of financial system 2. To motivate learner with recent trends in saving and investment pattern 3. To update about financial regulators and changing trends in financial markets Learning Outcomes :

1. Understand the significance of various markets and their functioning in the Indian Financial system.

2. Define specific participants of Indian Financial system and their role in Indian Financial System.

3. identify the risk in the market and managing it in efficient way in order to enhance the growth of economy.

Pedagogy: Lecture, Video Clips, Demonstration Detailed Syllabus: ( per session plan )

Session Outline For : Financial Markets and Institutions

Each lecture session would be of one hour duration (60 sessions)

Module Module Content

Module Wise Pedagogy

Used

Module Wise Duration

Module Wise Reference Books

I

INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL SYSTEM

(A) An Overview of Financial System - Structure of Indian financial system, the nature and role of financial system, Constituents of Financial system – primary and secondary, Introduction to financial markets and classifications Development of Financial Markets in India, Components of financial system.

(B) Theories - Post saving theory

(generation XYZ), prior saving theory, post saving theory, financial regulation and

Lectures and Discussion

12 Lectures

Indian Financial System by M.Y.Khan

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liberalisation theory, income theory, life cycle theory of saving and consumption, Credit creation Theory.

II

INSTITUTIONS AND

REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR FINANCIAL MARKETS

(A) Introduction to regulators RBI, SEBI, IRDA, AMFI, NABARD.

(B) Types of Financial Institutions

• Investment banks and companies

• Brokerage firms

• Retail and Commercial Banks

• NBFC and its case studies (C ) Classification of financial markets

Money market Capital market Pension market Insurance market

Foreign exchange market Commodity market Derivative market Bond Market

Lectures and Discussion

12 Lectures

Financial Markets and Services – E.Gordon and K.Natarajan;

Financial Institutions &

Markets Jeff Madura

III

OVERVIEW OF CAPITAL MARKET A) Introduction to Capital Market - Structure and Growth of the Indian Capital Market, Indian Capital Market Forms – Industrial Securities, New Issue markets and Old Issue markets – Introduction, Features, Types and Government Securities (Gilt-edged market) – Introduction, Features and Types.

B) Ownership Securities - Equity shares, Preference shares, No-par stock-

(Introduction, Features and Types)

C) Creditorship Securities - Debentures – Introduction, Features and Types

Lectures and Discussion

12 Lectures

Capital and Money Markets by Dr.M.S.Khan and Amit Kumar Goel

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IV

OVERVIEW OF MONEY MARKET A) Money Market - Meaning, Features, Structure of money market, Regulatory framework, FIMMDA/FEDAI, Disadvantages of Money Market, Characteristics and features of developed money market, Recent

development in money markets- DFHI , STCI.

B) Money Market Instruments - T Bills , Money at short and call notice, Commercial bills, Promissory notes, Certificate of deposits Commercial papers, Bankers’ Acceptance CBLO, IBPC, MMMF and LAF.

Lectures and Discussion

12 Lectures

Capital and Money Markets by Dr.M.S.Khan and Amit Kumar Goel

V

OVERVIEW OF DERIVATIVE MARKET (A) Derivatives Market- Introduction, Meaning, Importance, Derivative product, features , types, uses, financial derivatives in India.

(B) Risk management involved in using derivative – market risk, counterparty risk, interest risk, credit risk, liquidity risk and market risk.

Bank Management – banks goals, strategy, governance, managing liquidity, managing all types of risk.

C) Globalization of Financial Market - Indigenous Bond Markets, Foreign Currency Bond Markets. Euro market, FDI – Inflows- Outflows, Emerging Trends and Challenges in Global Financial Markets and Impact of globalization on financial markets.

Lectures and Discussion

12 Lectures

Financial Institutions &

Markets – Jeff Madura

Reference Books:

Title Author(s) Publisher

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Financial Markets and Services E. Gordon K. Natarajan

Himalaya Publishing House

Financial Institutions & Markets Jeff Madura Cengage Learnings Capital and Money Markets Dr.M.S.Khan and Amit

Kumar Goel

Himalaya Publishing House

Indian Financial System M.Y.Khan McGraw Hill

Indian Financial System Bharati Pathak Pearson Education India

Indian Financial System H.R.Machiraju Vikas Publishing House Pvt.Ltd.

Financial Markets and Institutions

G.Ramesh Babu Concept Publishing Co.

Financial Markets and Institutions

Frederic S.Mishkin and Stanley G.Eakins

Pearson Education India

Financial Markets and Financial Services in India

Benson Kunjukunju and S.Mohanan

New Century Publications

Any other information :

Note: Latest edition of books may be used.

Program: M.Com(Banking & Finance) Semester : I Course : Financial Markets and Institutions

Academic Year: 2021-2022 Batch: 2021-2023

Code:

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme

Lectures Practicals Tutorials Credits

Internal Continuous Assessment (ICA)

(weightage)

Term End Examinations (TEE)

(weightage)

60 Nil Nil 06 25 Marks 75 Marks

Internal Component

Class Test (Duration 20 Minutes) Projects / Assignments Class Participation

10 Marks 15 Marks NA

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Learning Objectives :

1. To make the learners aware about the functioning of financial system 2. To motivate learner with recent trends in saving and investment pattern 3. To update about financial regulators and changing trends in financial markets Learning Outcomes :

4. Understand the significance of various markets and their functioning in the Indian Financial system.

5. Define specific participants of Indian Financial system and their role in Indian Financial System.

6. identify the risk in the market and managing it in efficient way in order to enhance the growth of economy.

Pedagogy: Lecture, Video Clips, Demonstration Detailed Syllabus: ( per session plan )

Session Outline For : Financial Markets and Institutions

Each lecture session would be of one hour duration (60 sessions)

Module Module Content

Module Wise Pedagogy

Used

Module Wise Duration

Module Wise Reference Books

I

INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL SYSTEM

(A) An Overview of Financial System - Structure of Indian financial system, the nature and role of financial system, Constituents of Financial system – primary and secondary, Introduction to financial markets and classifications Development of Financial Markets in India, Components of financial system.

(B) Theories - Post saving theory

(generation XYZ), prior saving theory, post saving theory, financial regulation and liberalisation theory, income theory, life cycle theory of saving and consumption, Credit creation Theory.

Lectures and Discussion

12 Lectures

Indian Financial System by M.Y.Khan

II

INSTITUTIONS AND

REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR FINANCIAL MARKETS

Lectures and Discussion

12 Lectures

Financial Markets and Services –

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(B) Introduction to regulators RBI, SEBI, IRDA, AMFI, NABARD.

(B) Types of Financial Institutions

• Investment banks and companies

• Brokerage firms

• Retail and Commercial Banks

• NBFC and its case studies (C ) Classification of financial markets

Money market Capital market Pension market Insurance market

Foreign exchange market Commodity market Derivative market Bond Market

E.Gordon and K.Natarajan;

Financial Institutions &

Markets Jeff Madura

III

OVERVIEW OF CAPITAL MARKET A) Introduction to Capital Market - Structure and Growth of the Indian Capital Market, Indian Capital Market Forms – Industrial Securities, New Issue markets and Old Issue markets – Introduction, Features, Types and Government Securities (Gilt-edged market) – Introduction, Features and Types.

B) Ownership Securities - Equity shares, Preference shares, No-par stock-

(Introduction, Features and Types)

C) Creditorship Securities - Debentures – Introduction, Features and Types

Lectures and Discussion

12 Lectures

Capital and Money Markets by Dr.M.S.Khan and Amit Kumar Goel

IV

OVERVIEW OF MONEY MARKET A) Money Market - Meaning, Features, Structure of money market, Regulatory framework, FIMMDA/FEDAI, Disadvantages of Money Market, Characteristics and features

Lectures and Discussion

12 Lectures

Capital and Money Markets by Dr.M.S.Khan and Amit Kumar Goel

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of developed money market, Recent development in money markets- DFHI , STCI.

B) Money Market Instruments - T Bills , Money at short and call notice, Commercial bills, Promissory notes, Certificate of deposits Commercial papers, Bankers’ Acceptance CBLO, IBPC, MMMF and LAF.

V

OVERVIEW OF DERIVATIVE MARKET (A) Derivatives Market- Introduction, Meaning, Importance, Derivative product, features , types, uses, financial derivatives in India.

(B) Risk management involved in using derivative – market risk, counterparty risk, interest risk, credit risk, liquidity risk and market risk.

Bank Management – banks goals, strategy, governance, managing liquidity, managing all types of risk.

C) Globalization of Financial Market - Indigenous Bond Markets, Foreign Currency Bond Markets. Euro market, FDI – Inflows- Outflows, Emerging Trends and Challenges in Global Financial Markets and Impact of globalization on financial markets.

Lectures and Discussion

12 Lectures

Financial Institutions &

Markets – Jeff Madura

Reference Books:

Title Author(s) Publisher

Financial Markets and Services E. Gordon K. Natarajan

Himalaya Publishing House

Financial Institutions & Markets Jeff Madura Cengage Learnings

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Capital and Money Markets Dr.M.S.Khan and Amit Kumar Goel

Himalaya Publishing House

Indian Financial System M.Y.Khan McGraw Hill

Indian Financial System Bharati Pathak Pearson Education India

Indian Financial System H.R.Machiraju Vikas Publishing House Pvt.Ltd.

Financial Markets and Institutions

G.Ramesh Babu Concept Publishing Co.

Financial Markets and Institutions

Frederic S.Mishkin and Stanley G.Eakins

Pearson Education India

Financial Markets and Financial Services in India

Benson Kunjukunju and S.Mohanan

New Century Publications

Any other information :

Note: Latest edition of books may be used.

Program: M.Com(Banking and Finance) Semester : I Course : Computer Application in Business

Academic Year: 2021-2022 Batch: 2021-2023

Code:

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme

Lectures Practicals Tutorials Credits

Internal Continuous Assessment (ICA)

(weightage)

Term End Examinations (TEE)

(weightage)

30 30 Nil 06 25 Marks 75 Marks

Internal Component

Class Test (Duration 20 minutes) Projects / Assignments Class Participation

10 Marks 15 Marks NA

Learning Objectives :

1. To familiarize with the concept of Advanced Spreadsheet functionalities 2. To familiarize with Banking and Finance related softwares.

3. To equip students with the skill of using software packages like ‘R’ for statistical applications

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Learning Outcomes :

1. To work with of Advanced Spreadsheet functionalities 2. Application of Banking and Finance related softwares

3. To apply functions of R for statistical applications and process large datasets.

Pedagogy: Lecture, Demonstration, Case Studies, Presentation, Activity, Video Clips, Practical, etc.

Detailed Syllabus: ( per session plan )

Session Outline For : Computer Application in Business

Each lecture session would be of one hour duration (60 sessions)

Module Module Content Module Wise

Pedagogy Used

Module Wise Duration

Module Wise Reference Books

I

Advanced Spreadsheet:

Pivot Table, Advanced formulae, Lookups, Macros, Working with other programmes, Inserting a spreadsheet sheet in word document, modifying an inserted spreadsheet, Inserting a linked chart in a Word Document, Inserting graphic in a spreadsheet.

Lecture and Practicals

12 Lectures

Microsoft Excel 2016 Bible: The Comprehensive Tutorial

Resource - John Walkenbach;

II

• Applications and Softwares related to Banking and Finance

• Building Financial Models

• Introduction to Softwares related to Banking and Finance such as Finacle

Lecture and Practicals

12 Lectures

III

Introduction to R, R objects, Basis statistical functions in R

The R environment, Working of R, Getting Help in R, Executing commands from a File, Importing Data, Help functions, Packages

R objects:

Data input\output, variables, vectors, arithmetic functions, array and matrix operations, regular sequences, lists and data frames, Reading data,

Basis Statistical functions in R:

Arithmetic Mean, Mode, Median, Range and Coefficient of Range, Quartile Deviation and Coefficient of Quartile Deviation, Mean Deviation, Standard Deviation, Coefficient of Variation (For Discrete Observations, Ungrouped

Lecture and Practicals

12 Lectures

An Introduction to R -

W.N. Venables, D.M. Smith and the R Core Team

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Frequency Distribution, Grouped Frequency Distribution)

IV

• Graphs and Diagrams in R, Statistical Distributions with R :

Simple bar diagram, Multiple bar diagram, Subdivided bar diagram, Pie-chart, Histogram, Frequency Polygon, Frequency curve, Box-plot, Rod or Spike Plot, Stem and Leaf Plot, Ogive Curve

Sampling Methods Using R

Population and Sample, Simple Random Sampling, Stratified Random Sampling, Systematic Sampling

Statistical Distributions with R:

Binomial Distribution, Poisson Distribution, Normal Distribution, t- distribution, chi-square distribution

Lecture and Practicals

12 Lectures

An Introduction to R -

W.N. Venables, D.M. Smith and the R Core Team

V

Correlation and Regression with R, Hypothesis Testing with R, Analysis of variance with R :

Types of Correlation, Simple Linear Regression, Scatter plot, Regression Diagnostics by Graphical Method, Multiple Linear Regression

Hypothesis Resting with R:

Large Sample Tests, Small Sample Tests Analysis of variance with R:

One way ANOVA, Two way ANOVA

Lecture and Practicals

12 Lectures

Introductory Statistics with R – P.Daalgard

PRACTICALS

1 Advanced Excel:

Pivot table implementation 2 Advanced Excel:

i. Inserting of spreadsheet sheet in a word document and modifying it ii. Inserting of linked chart and graphic in a spreadsheet.

3. Financial Modelling and Banking and Finance Software introduction 4. R functions implementation for

i. Data entry using, functions, c(), scan () ii. Creating vectors

iii. Mathematical Operations: ** +/-/*/ / ^, exp, log, log10

5. R functions implementation for data frame, matrix operations, rep(), seq(), split()

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6. R functions implementation for Arithmetic Mean, Mode, Median, Range and Coefficient of Range, Quartile Deviation and Coefficient of Quartile Deviation, Mean Deviation, Standard Deviation, Coefficient of Variation

7. R functions implementation for Simple bar diagram, Multiple bar diagram, Subdivided bar diagram, Pie-chart, Histogram, Frequency Polygon, Frequency curve, Box-plot, Rod or Spike Plot, Stem and Leaf Plot, Ogive Curve

8. R functions implementation for Population and Sample, Simple Random Sampling, Stratified Random Sampling, Systematic Sampling

9. R functions implementation for Binomial Distribution, Poisson Distribution, Normal Distribution, t-distribution, chi-square distribution

10. R functions implementation for Simple Linear Regression, Scatter plot, Multiple Linear Regression

11. R functions implementation for Large Sample Tests, Small Sample Tests 12. R functions implementation for One-way and Two-way ANOVA

Reference Books:

Title Author(s) Publisher

Microsoft Excel 2016 Bible:

The Comprehensive Tutorial Resource

John Walkenbach Wiley

Microsoft Excel 2016 - Data Analysis and Business Modeling

Wayne L. Winston PHI Learning Private Limited

ERP Alexis Leon McGraw Hill Education

Tally ERP 9 Training Guide Asok K. Nadhani BPB Publications An Introduction to R W.N. Venables, D.M.

Smith and the R Core Team

Introductory Statistics with R P. Dalgaard Springer

Any other information :

Note: Latest edition of books may be used.

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Program: M.Com(Banking and Finance) Semester : I Course : Research Methodology

Academic Year: 2021-2022 Batch: 2020-2022

Code:

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme

Lectures Practicals Tutorials Credits

Internal Continuous Assessment (ICA)

(weightage)

Term End Examinations (TEE)

(weightage)

60 Nil Nil 06 25 Marks 75 Marks

Internal Component

Class Test (Duration 20 minutes) Projects / Assignments Class Participation

10 Marks 15 Marks NA

Learning Objectives :

1. To analyze the basic framework of research process.

2. To examine the various research designs and techniques.

3. To evaluate the literature review and sources of data collection.

4. To experiment with various research tools and techniques

5. To appraise the ethical dimensions of conducting applied research.

Learning Outcomes :

1. To apply the concepts learnt while doing Academic and other forms of research 2. To understand the research process and systematically follow each step to arrive at a

conclusion/solution/answer.

3. To use in an effective manner all the statistical tools and techniques applicable for research 4. To design a comprehensive Research Report

Pedagogy:. Lecture, Demonstration, Case Studies, Presentation, Activity, Video Clips, Practical, etc.

Detailed Syllabus: ( per session plan )

Session Outline For : Research Methodology

Each lecture session would be of one hour duration (60 sessions)

Module Module Content Module Wise

Pedagogy Used

Module Wise Duration

Module Wise Reference Books

I

Introduction to Research

• Meaning of research, Types of research- Exploratory research,

Lecture, Case Study , Demonstration

12 Lectures

Business Research Methodology,

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Conclusive research; The process of research.

• Research applications in social and business sciences, Features of a Good research study.

• Defining the Research problem, Management Decision Problem vs Management Research Problem.

• Problem identification process, Components of the research problem.

• Importance of literature review in defining a problem, literature review- primary and secondary sources, reviews, monograph, patents, research databases, SEARCH techniques

• Systematic Literature search, web as a source, searching the web

• Writing a research proposal- Contents of a research proposal and types of research proposals.

• Formulating the research hypothesis- Types of Research Hypothesis.

T N Srivastava and Shailaja Rego

II

Research Design

• Meaning of Research Designs, Nature and Classification of Research Designs.

• Exploratory Research Designs:

Secondary Resource analysis, Case study Method, Expert opinion survey, Focus group discussions.

• Descriptive Research Designs:

Cross-sectional studies and Longitudinal studies;

Experimental Designs, Errors affecting Research Design.

Lecture, Case Study , Demonstration

12 Lectures

Methodology of Research in Social Sciences, O.R.

Krishnaswami

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• Sampling concepts: Sample vs.

Census, Sampling vs. Non- Sampling error, Sampling Design: Probability and Non- Probability Sampling Design.

• Determination of Sample size:

Sample size for estimating population mean, Determination of sample size for estimating the population proportion

III

Data Collection and Processing

• Tools for Data Collection;

Methodology filters; Collection of Primary Data and Secondary Data; Collection of Data through Questionnaire and Schedule, Types of Questionnaires, Process of Questionnaire Designing.

• Advantages and Disadvantages of Questionnaire Method, Observation method, Focus Group Discussion, Personal Interview method, Case Study Method.

• Data Editing- Field Editing, Centralized in house editing.

• Coding- Coding Closed ended structured Questions, Coding open ended structured Questions.

• Classification and Tabulation of Data.

• Graphical Presentation of Data.

Lecture, Case Studies, Presentation,

Practical

12 Lectures

Business Research Methodology, T N Srivastava and Shailaja Rego

IV

Analysis and Interpretation of Data

• Descriptive vs Inferential Analysis, Descriptive Analysis of Univariate data.

• Analysis of Nominal scale data with only one possible response, Analysis of Nominal scale data with multiple category

Lecture, Case Study , Demonstration

12 Lectures

Research Methodology – Text and Cases with SPSS Applications, Dr S.L. Gupta and Hitesh Gupta

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responses, Analysis of Ordinal Scaled Questions,

• Measures of Central Tendency, Measures of Dispersion,

Descriptive Analysis of Bivariate data.

• Concepts in Testing of

Hypothesis: null and alternate hypothesis Type-I and type-II errors;Level of

significance;Power of test;P value; Steps in testing of hypothesis

• Test Statistic for testing hypothesis about population mean, Tests concerning Means- the case of single

population. Tests for Difference between two population means, Tests concerning population proportion- the case of single population, Tests for difference between two population

proportions.

• Chi square test for the Goodness of Fit, Chi square test for the independence of variables, Chi square test for the equality of more than two population proportions.

• Completely randomized design in a one-way ANOVA;

Randomized block design in two-way ANOVA; Factorial design.

Computer and its role in research, Use of statistical software SPSS, GRETL etc in research.

V

Report Writing

• Types of research reports – Brief reports and Detailed reports

• Structure of the research report- Preliminary section, Main

report, Interpretations of Results and Suggested

Recommendations

Lecture, Case Study , Demonstration

12 lectures

Business Research Methodology, T N Srivastava and Shailaja Rego

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• Formulation rules for writing the report: Guidelines for presenting tabular data, Guidelines for visual Representations.

• Mechanics of Writing a Research Report, Precautions for Writing Research Reports.

• Citation Styles

• Reference management softwares - Mendeley, Zotero

• Concept and design of research paper, citation and

acknowledgement

• Meaning of Research Ethics;

Responsibility of ethics in research;

• Clients Ethical code; Researchers Ethical code; Ethical Codes related to respondents; authorship issues, plagiarism.

Reference Books:

Title Author(s) Publisher

Business Research Methodology

T N Srivastava and Shailaja Rego

Tata Mcgraw Hill Education Private Limited, New Delhi

Methodology of Research in Social Sciences

O.R. Krishnaswami Himalaya Publishing House

Research Methodology – Text and Cases with SPSS

Applications

Dr S.L. Gupta and Hitesh Gupta

Tata Mcgraw Hill Education Private Limited, New Delhi

Research Methodology Dr Vijay Upagude and Dr Arvind Shende

Business Statistics Dr S. K Khandelwal International Book House Pvt Ltd

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Statistical Analysis with Business and Economics Applications

Hold Rinehart &

Wrintston

2nd Edition, New York

Research Methodology Panneerselvam, R. Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2004

Research Methodology- Methods and Techniques

Kothari CR New Wiley Ltd., 2009

Business Research Methods Emary C.Willima, Richard D. Irwin In.

Homewood

Any other information :

Note: Latest edition of books may be used.

M.Com (Banking and Finance) Syllabus Semester II:

Program: M.Com(Banking & Finance) Semester: II Course: Central Banking and Monetary Policy

Academic Year: 2021-2022 Batch: 2021-2023

Code:

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme

Lectures Practicals Tutorials Credits

Internal Continuous Assessment (ICA)

(weightage)

Term End Examinations (TEE)

(weightage)

60 Nil Nil 06 25 Marks 75 Marks

Internal Component

Class Test (Duration 20 minutes) Projects / Assignments Class Participation

10 Marks 15 Marks NA

Learning Objectives:

1. To gain an in depth knowledge about central banking 2. To understand and review the Monetary Policies of the RBI

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3. To gain an understanding about RBI’s role in economic development Learning Outcomes:

1.To understanding of the significance of central banking

2. To gain knowledge about the monetary policy by the RBI and to review its impact on the macro- economic environment

Pedagogy:. Lecture, Discussions, Video Clips, Presentation Detailed Syllabus: ( per session plan )

Session Outline For : Central Banking and Monetary Policy Each lecture session would be of one hour duration (60 sessions)

Module Module Content Module Wise

Pedagogy Used

Module Wise Duration

Module Wise Reference Books

I

Changing Role and Need of Central Banking

Origin and Evolution of Central Banking Need and rationale of Central Bank Autonomy of Central Banks

Development of central banks in developed and developing economies

Lecture and Case Studies

12 Lectures

Money, Banking, International Trade And Public Finance- Narayan Jadhav

II

Reserve Bank of India:

Organizational evolution, Constitution and Governance, Major organizational and Functional Developments over time, Recent Developments, RBI Act.

India Specific Issues: Banking Regulation Act, FEMA, Banking Ombudsman Scheme, Financial Sector reforms, other financial regulators and division of functions. Institutions set up by RBI; NABARD, IDBI, DFHI, IRBI, UTI.

Lecture and Discussion

12 Lectures

R.B.I.: Functions and Working

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III

Banking Regulation

Evolution of Bank Regulation and supervision.

Financial Stability: Financial

Development Vs Financial stability, Risks to Financial stability, Early warning signals and remedial action, Liquidity Management,

Regulation and supervision of Banks, Regulation and Supervision of Reserve Bank over Commercial banks. Licensing of banks, Opening of new banks, Branch Licensing, Foreign banks, Cash reserves and liquid assets, Prudential norms, Capital and reserves, Control over methods of operation, New Banking Licensing Policy

Lecture and Discussion

12 Lectures

R.B.I.: Functions and Working

IV

Monetary Policy:

Monetary Policy: Objectives, Indicators of Policy, instruments of policy (Bank Rate, OMO, CRR, SLR etc.), reconciliation of dual objectives, The Taylor Rule, Monetary policy transmission mechanism and channels, transparency of policies, Lags in policy. Fiscal Policy v/s Monetary Policy

Formation of Monetary Policy Committee: Purpose, Functions, Constitution and Decision Making

Lecture and Discussion

12 Lectures

Monetary Policy, Financial

Stability and Central Banking in India –

Narendra Jadhav

V

Review of Monetary Policy of RBI A review of monetary policy of the Reserve Bank of India in the last Five Years

Recent policy changes announced by the R.B.I.

Recent trends in Monetary Policy of the RBI

Challenges before RBI and other central banks during Covid and Impact of Covid on Monetary Policies

Lecture and Discussion

12 Lectures

RBI Monetary Policy

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Reference Books:

Title Author(s) Publisher

Monetary & Financial Sector Reforms in India

Venugopal Reddy Y

R.B.I.: Functions and Working R.B.I. Publication.

Understanding Central Banks Nils Herger Springer

Money and Banking E. Narayanan Nadar PHI Pvt. Ltd. Delhi

Monetary Management B.L.Mathur Discovery Publishing House Reports on Trend & Progress of

Banking in India

R.B.I. Publication Indian Economy: Essays on

money and finance

Dr.C.Rangarajan Money, Banking, International

Trade And Public Finance

M.L. Jhingan, Vrinda Money, Banking, International

Trade And Public Finance

D.M.Mithani

Indian and Global Economy

Dr. M. U. Mulani Success Publications Monetary Policy, Financial

Stability and Central Banking in India

Narendra Jadhav Macmillan India Ltd.

Monetary Policy in India : A Modern Macro-Economic Perspective

Chetan Ghate, Kenneth M.Kietzer

Springer

Any other information :

Note: Latest edition of books may be used.

Program: M.Com(Banking & Finance) Semester : II Course : Merchant Banking and Financial Services

Academic Year: 2021-2022 Batch: 2021-2023

Code:

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme

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Lectures Practicals Tutorials Credits

Internal Continuous Assessment (ICA)

(weightage)

Term End Examinations (TEE)

(weightage)

60 Nil Nil 06 25 Marks 75 Marks

Internal Component

Class Test (Duration 20 Minutes) Projects / Assignments Class Participation

10 Marks 15 Marks NA

Learning Objectives :

1. To make the learners aware about the functioning of Merchant Banking.

2. To update about Merchant Banking regulations and changing trends in financial services Learning Outcomes :

7. Understanding of the significance of Merchant banking and its activities in financial system and their Issue management as a whole.

8. Understanding the financial services as products; Financial services as services.

Pedagogy: Lecture, Video Clips, Demonstration Detailed Syllabus: ( per session plan )

Session Outline For : Merchant Banking and Financial Services Each lecture session would be of one hour duration (60 sessions)

Module Module Content

Module Wise Pedagogy

Used

Module Wise Duration

Module Wise Reference

Books

I

INTRODUCTION TO MERCHANT BANKING

(A) Facets of Merchant Banking- Functions, Legal and Regulatory Frameworks, Relevant provisions of Companies Act, SEBI Guidelines, Role in issue Management, Appraisal of Projects, Designing Capital Structure and Instruments and Issue pricing.

(B) Insights of Merchant Banking- Qualities of Merchant Banker and his

Lecture and Discussion

12 Lectures

Financial Services in India by G.Ramesh Babu; Merchant Banking and Financial Services by Madhu Vij and Swati Dhawan

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Role in market making process, Challenges faced by Merchant bankers, Scope of Merchant Banking, Merchant Banker as Lead Manager, Difference between Merchant and Commercial Banker.

II

ISSUE MANAGEMENT

(A) PRE-ISSUE- Prospectus and its types, selection of banker and its responsibilities, placement and types of public issue, Book building, Issue marketing and its strategies

(B) POST-ISSUE - SEBI guidelines for post issue, Investor’s grievances

(C) MERGERS and

ACQUISITIONS – Process Advantages and Disadvantages and Types of Acquisition.

Lecture and Discussion

12 Lectures

Merchant Banking and Financial Services by Madhu Vij and Swati Dhawan

III

LEGAL AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

A) Regulatory bodies- Company’s Act 2013, Role of

SEBI,FEMA,RBI

B) Registration of Merchant banking – Categories,

Responsibilities and Obligation- Procedure of action in case of default – Registrar, share and transfer agent and Debenture trustees.

Lecture and Discussion

12 Lectures

Merchant Banking and Financial Services by Madhu Vij and Swati Dhawan

IV

OVERVIEW OF FINANCIAL SERVICES

A) Evolution of Financial Service:

Meaning of Financial Services, Types of Financial Services, Fund based and Non-fund based,

Lecture and Discussion

12 Lectures

Financial Markets and Services – E.Gordon K.Natarajan

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Significance of financial services, Growth of financial services in India, Emerging Trends in financial services and constraints in growth of financial services, Nature, Classification of financial services, unique challenges of management of financial services.

B) BANKING AND NON BANKING FINANCE

COMPANIES – Retail Banking, Corporate Banking, bank financial statements, Introduction to Mutual Fund, Types of MF, size of MF industry, fees and expenses, distribution channel

V

A. OTHER FINANCIAL SERVICES Leasing finance, Hire purchase, Factoring, Forfaiting, Consumer finance, Securitization, Venture capital, Loan Syndication, Custodial and Depository Services, Credit Rating ,Insurance business and Bancassurance.

B. PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT SERVICES

Meaning, Importance, Objectives, Strategies, Role of Portfolio Manager

Lecture and Discussion

12 Lectures

Financial Markets and Services - Peter Rose

Sylvia Hudgins

Reference Books:

Title Author(s) Publisher

Financial Markets and Services E. Gordon K. Natarajan

Himalaya Publishing House Bank Management and

Financial Services

Peter Rose Sylvia Hudgins

McGraw Hill Education Financial Services in India G.Ramesh Babu Concept Publishing Company Merchant Banking and Financial

Services

Madhu Vij and Swati Dhawan

McGraw Hill Education

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Financial Services Sandeep Goel PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

Financial Services in India:

Concept and Application

Rajesh Kothari Sage Publications

Capital Market and Depository System in India

Regina Sibi Cleetus and K.Sasikumar

New Century Publications

Managing and Marketing of Financial Services

IIBF Taxmann

Financial Markets, Institutions and Financial Services

Clifford Gomez PHI Learning Pvt.Ltd.

Venture Capital and the Indian Financial Sector

S.Ramesh and Arun Gupta

Oxford University Press

Any other information :

Note: Latest edition of books may be used.

Program: M.Com(Banking and Finance) Semester : II Course : Business Ethics and Corporate Governance

Academic Year: 2021-2022 Batch: 2021-2023

Code:

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme

Lectures Practicals Tutorials Credits

Internal Continuous Assessment (ICA)

(weightage)

Term End Examinations (TEE)

(weightage)

60 Nil Nil 06 25 Marks 75 Marks

Internal Component

Class Test (Duration 20 minutes) Projects / Assignments Class Participation

10 Marks 15 Marks NA

Learning Objectives:

1.To determine and apply the concept of Business ethics in key business decisions.

2.To analyze the theories on Ethics and the role of Ethics in various managerial areas.

3.To appraise the concept and importance of Corporate Governance in businesses.

4.To evaluate the legal and regulatory framework of Corporate Governance.

Learning Outcomes:

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1.To analyze the sensitivity of ethical responsibility

2. To encourage individuals and organizations towards ethical behaviour 3. To identify ethical dilemmas and apply ethical theories

4. To be able to evaluate the legal and regulatory framework of Corporate Governance

Pedagogy: Lecture, Demonstration, Case Studies, Presentation, Group Discussion, Video Clips, etc.

Detailed Syllabus: (per session plan)

Session Outline For: Business Ethics and Corporate Governance Each lecture session would be of one hour duration (60 sessions)

Module Module Content Module Wise

Pedagogy Used

Module Wise Duration

Module Wise Reference Books

I

• An Overview of Business Ethics

• Definition and Concept of Ethics, Morals and Values; Ethics and Indian Ethos; Indian Ethos and Games

• Business Ethics; Characteristics of Business Ethics; Need and

Importance of Business Ethics;

Sources of Business Ethics;

Causes of Unethical Behavior and Ethical Abuses

• Guidelines for developing Code of Ethics; Cost of Ethics in Corporate Ethics Evaluation;

Ethics and Profitability;

Ethics Committee; Work ethics;

Public Good

Lecture, Case Study , Demonstration

12 Lectures

Business Ethics and Corporate Governance, S.K.Bhatia

II

• Ethics Theories and Dilemmas

• Ethical Theories: Deontological Th eory, Teleological Theory, Utilitari an Theory, Virtue Theory, Modern Virtue Theory, Justice Theory, Theory of Egoism, Theory of Relativism, Friedman’s Economic Theory, Gandhian Approach in Management and Trusteeship in Modern Business

• Ethics Analysis: Hosmer Model 

Ethical Dilemmas in Business, Right versus Right and Right versus Wrong Ethical Dilemma, Concepts

Lecture, Case Study

12 Lectures

Corporate Governance (Indian Edition), Mallin, Christine A.

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like – Conflict of Interest, Self - Serving Bias, Moral Equilibrium

III

Ethics in Management and Corporate Frauds: Case Studies

• Marketing and Advertising

• Production

• Finance and Accounting and so on Ethics for Managers: Comparative

Ethical Behaviour of Managers Impact of Ethics on Competitive Business Strategy 

Role of International Trade and Business Organizations in developing Business Ethics 

Ethical Issues in the Indian Context and Case Studies with special emphasis on corporate frauds:

• Accounting Frauds

• Bank Frauds

• Employee Frauds

• Preventive Measures adopted to Curb Frauds

Lecture, Case Study

12 Lectures

Business Ethics : Text and Cases C.S.V. Murthy;

Corporate Crimes and Financial Frauds, Dr.

Sumit Sharma

IV

• Conceptual Framework of Corporate Governance

• Conceptual Framework of Corporate Governance

• Meaning and features of Corporate Governance;

Evolution of Corporate governance; Principles of Corporate

Governance; Importance of Corporate Governance;

Elements of Good Corporate Governance

• Theories and Models of Corporate Governance; Green Governance/

E-Governance; Shareholder Activism

• Failure of Corporate Governance in India-Consequences; Case Studies with lessons learnt 

Lecture, Case Studies, Presentation

12 Lectures

Corporate Governance (Indian Edition), Mallin,

Christine A.

V • Legal and Regulatory Framework of Corporate Governance

Lecture and Video Clips

12 Lectures

Corporate Governance (Indian Edition),

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• Structure and Development of Corporate Boards; Changing Roles of Corporate Boards

• Audit Committee; Future of Governance-Innovative Practices 

• Role of Independent Directors:

Role of corporate governance in Protecting Stakeholders,

Employees, and consumers 

• Regulatory Framework of Corporate Governance in India;

SEBI Guidelines and Clause 49;

Kumar Mangalam Birla Committee Report and Cadbury Committee Report; Reforms in the Companies Act, 2013; Corporate Governance in PSU and Banks

Mallin, Christine A.

Reference Books:

Title Author(s) Publisher

Business Ethics and Corporate Governance

S.K.Bhatia

Corporate Crimes and Financial Frauds

Dr. Sumit Sharma New Delhi India Corporate Governance (Indian

Edition)

Mallin, Christine A. Oxford University press. New Delhi

Business Ethics Andrew Crane and Dirk Matten

Oxford University Press

Business Ethics : Text and Cases

C.S.V. Murthy Himalaya Publishing House

Ethicalchoices in Business R.C. Sekhar Sage Publications, New Delhi

Any other information :

Note: Latest edition of books may be used.

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PROJECT WORK – I (INTERNSHIP BASED)

Program: M.Com (Banking&Finance) Semester : II

Course : Project Work - I Course Code:

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme

Lecture (Hours

per week)

Practica l (Hours

per week)

Tutorial (Hours per week)

Credit

Continuous Assessment and Evaluation (CAE)

(Marks – 25 in internal viva voce)

Term End Examinations (TEE)

(Marks- 75 in external viva voce)

- - - 06 25 75

Learning Objectives:

• To document, structure and present the learnings from the internship

• To recommend improvements in the workplace and the systems to companies where the Learner did her/his Internship

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, students would be able to:

CO1: Create a summary report of project undertaken

CO2: Understand the connection between theory and practice CO3: Understand the on ground realities of workings of companies.

Information about the project report

Sr.

No

Descriptions

1 Project based on minimum 30 working days &180 Hours of Internship with an Organisation/NGO/Charitable Organisation (as per chosen specialization in the current/same A.Y.)

2 Report submission of minimum 60 pages.

3 Experience certificate to be attached in the Report 4 Topics to be covered in the report –

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1) Organisation: Why it was selected, Work Culture, What type of Organisation, Organisation Structure, Types of products & Services offered by organisation 2) Learning Objectives

3) Work done by the student- Department, product handled, timing 4) Department visited & his/her observation about those departments.

5) Learner’s experience and whether he feels those objectives have been achieved.

5) Skills Developed by the learner during the internship

6)Contributions and achievements during the internship to be highlighted (if any) Details of Assessment (CA)-

75 marks external examiner- 50 marks for report + 25 marks for viva & presentation 25 marks internal examiner-20 marks for report + 05 marks for viva &presentation

*Weekly Attendance report submission is mandatory.

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