Course Outcomes At the end of the course students are able to Understand the

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Course Outcomes: At the end of the course students are able to: Understand the Indian Financial system. Understand the Indian Financial market. Compare alternative financial instruments on key parameters. Know various investment objectives and constraints of the financial instruments. Course Contents: Unit I Financial Markets: Financial System and Financial Markets- Meaning, Types, Classification of Financial Markets, Money Market, Call money Market, Govt. Securities Market. Capital
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Market, Debt Market, Primary and Secondary Market, Interlinking Financial Market-Indian and Global Financial Markets.Salient features of Indian Financial System Unit II Financial Institutions: Broad Categories- Special Characteristics, Money Market Institutions, Capital Market Institutions, Financial Services Institutions, Functions and structure introduced, resource mobilization, Channelization of funds, Equity, Debt and Currency markets SEBI Regulations, Sensitive Indices, Investor Services, and Grievance Redressal Measures. Financial Services Institutions: Clearing Corporation of India Ltd, Discount and Finance House of India Ltd, National Securities Depository Ltd, Securities Trading Corporation of India Ltd. Credit Rating Institutions. Unit III Financial Instruments: Commercial Papers, Certificate of Deposits, Treasury Bills, Commercial Bills, and Giltedged Securities, Equity Shares, Dematerialization, Preference Shares, Debentures, Warrants and Convertibles, ADRs and GDRs, Derivatives- Options and Futures.markets for short term financing requirements, financial sector reforms and financial markets, contemporary issues. Unit IV Financial Services and non-depository institutions. Merchant Banking, Factoring, Forfeiting Leasing, Securitization, Custodian Services, Credit Rating Mortgages. Mutual Funds – Performance, evaluation of mutual funds, Depository services – legal aspects SEBI governance. Suggested Readings: 1. S Gurusamy, Financial Markets and Institutions, Thomson 2. Gordon &Natrajan; Financial Markets and Services, Himalaya Publishing House. 3. Srivastava, Management of Indian Financial Institutions, Himalaya Publishing 4. LM Bhole, Financial Institutions and Markets, TMH 5. Meir Kohn, Financial Institutions and Markets, Oxford. 6. Bhalla, V. K. (2004). Managing International Investment and Finance. New Delhi, Anmol. 7. Saunders, Anthony, Cornett, Marcia Millon (5th ed., 2005). Financial Institutions Management Tata McGraw Hill. 8. Bhall, L.M. (4th ed., 2004). Financial Institutes & Markets. Tata McGraw Hill.
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Course Description Course Name: Production and Operations Management Course Code: MB 206 Course Credits: 4 L-T Scheme: 3-1 Course Objectives: The purpose of this course is to get acquainted with the basic aspects of Production Management. The course attempts to discuss various important planning, organizing and controlling aspects of Operations Management. Through text and case studies, this course prepares for a study of different operational issues in manufacturing and services organizations.
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