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Module III: Financial Analysis

Cost of Project, Means of Finance, Estimates of Sales and Production, Cost of Production, Working Capital Requirements and its Financing, Profitability Projections, Break Even Point, Projected Balance Sheets, Muti Year Projections, Basic Principles for Measuring Project Cash Flows, Components of the Cash Flow Stream, Biases in Cash Flow Estimation

Module IV: Project Risk

Types and Measures of Project Risk, Sensitivity Analysis, Scenario Analysis, Optimal Timing, Social Cost Benefit Anaysis, Net Benefit in terms of Economic Prices, Measurement of the Impact on Distribution, Savings Impact and its value, Income Distribution Impact, Little-Mirrlees Approach, Shadow Prices

Examination Scheme

Components CPA TP Q/S A ME EE

Weightage (%) 5 5 5 5 10 70


* Chandra P.(2002), Projects: Planning, Analysis, Financing, Implementation & Review, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing.

* Meredith J.R. & Mantel S.J., Jr.( 2000), Project Management: A Managerial Approach, Ed. John Wiley & Sons.

* Machiraju H.R.(2001), Introduction to Project Finance: An Analytical Perspective, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.

* Patel B.M.(2000),Project Management: Strategic Financial Planning Examination & Control, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.

* Finnerty J. D.(1996), Project Financing: Asset-Based Financial Engineering, Wiley

* Newbold C.R.,(1998), Project Management in the Fast Lane: Applying Theory & Constraints, St. Lucie Press

* Anthony R.N. & Govindrajan V.(1998), Management Control Systems, Tata McGraw-Hill

* Desai V.(1997), Project Management, Himalaya Publishing House

MBA 412: COMMERCIAL BANKING Credit Units: 03

Course Objectives

The aim of this course is to give the student an overview of banking industry and prepare him for various roles in the banking sector.

Course Contents

Module I: Principles Of Banking

Retail Banking, Savings and Current Accounts, Loan Products, Plastic Money, Wholesale Banking, Off Balance Sheet Business, International Banking, Correspondent Banking, NOSTRO and VOSTRO accounts- - SWIFT, CHIPS, CHAPS, FEDWIRE., Documentary Letter of Credit, NRI Accounts, Remittances and Clearing,

Module II: Regulatory Framework

Negotiable Instruments Act, Banking Regulation Act, Reserve Bank of India Act, RBI's Monetary and Credit Policy

Module III: Treasury Management

Instruments in Treasury Market, Development of new financial products, control and supervision of Treasury management; linkage of domestic operations with foreign operations, Asset Liability Management, Banks Balance Sheet- Components of Assets/Liabilities and their management, Liquidity Management, Interest Rate Management, RBI Guidelines on Asset Liability Management; Stock options; debt instruments; bond portfolio strategy; risk control and hedging instruments, Investments - Treasury bills - Money markets instruments such as CDs, CPs, IBPs; Refinance and rediscounting facilities

Module IV: Credit

Principles of Lending, Working Capital and Term Loans, Financing SME/MSME, Microfinance, Credit Appraisal Techniques, Credit Rating, Default Probabilities, Credit Spreads, Credit Migration, Credit Monitoring, Documentation Procedures, NPA, Laws relating to securities-valuation of securities-modes of charging securities- lien,pledge, mortgage, hypothecation etc, The Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act

Examination Scheme

Components CPA TP Q/S A ME EE

Weightage (%) 5 5 5 5 10 70


* Varshney, P.N.,(2010), Banking Law and Practise, S Chand and Sons

* Radhakrishnan, T.S.;( 2005), Principals of Banking; Macmillan

* Mishra, R.K.; Banking Sector Reforms and Agricultural Finance; Sonali Publications

* Padhy Kishore C; Padhy Manoranjan; (2011); Banking Future; Dominant Publishers and Distributors



Course Objectives

This course helps students to learn how compensation system operates to attract, retain and motivate competent work force.

Course Contents

Module I: Introduction

Concept of Compensation, System of Compensating, Concept of Reward and Reward System, Economic Theory of Wages, Limitations of Economic Theories. Wage and Salary Administration at micro level, Wage concepts, Methods of Job Evaluation, Role of various parties - Employees, Employers, Unions & Government, Overview of Legislations affecting Compensation

Module II: Compensation Structure- Indian Practices

Salary Progression, Methods of Payment, Limitations of the Job Related Compensation, Competency based Compensations, Performance linked Compensations- Performance Appraisal

Module III: Elements of Compensation

Variable Compensation, Principles of Reward Strategy, Perquisites, Bonuses & Incentives Scope and Process, Ethical Considerations, Social Security, Sharing Productivity Gains With Employees, Gain Sharing. Elements of Managerial Compensation- A New Approach, VRS, Pay the Person, Rewarding Excellence, Individualizing the Pay System.

Module IV:



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