To explain nature, function and types of factoring.
To dilate upon modus operandi of factoring.
To bring out potentiality of factoring as a source of
To highlight the need for factoring in India.
To Evaluate re
Investment Decision Methods
To explain various tools & techniques of evaluating capital
expenditure projects & ranking them in order for their financial
Techniques of Ranking Projects
Cost of Capital
To provide conceptual understanding of cost of capital &
To develop understanding of methodology of
measurement, various sources of capital and cost of capital.
Types of Cost of Capit
o To develop an awareness of genesis and potentiality of
o To trace out the growth of commercial paper market in
India and abroad.
o To present the regulatory framework for commercial;
paper in India
Capital Expenditure Decisions
Learning Objectives :
To Develop an analytical understanding of capital budgeting
To Expound the process involved in the evaluation of capex projects.
Nature & Significance
Capital Budgeting Techniqu
To familiarize with nature of term loans & its potentiality as a
source of corporate finance.
To explain the issues involved in negotiating for effective
Features of Term L
Learning Objectives :
To provide a synoptic view of portfolio management.
To familiarize with various models of portfolio management.
To discern various ingredients of portfolio management.
To outline various portfolio management prin
o To provide conceptual understanding of venture
o To familiarize dimensions and functions of venture
o To focus on state of venture capital in India and
o To develop an awareness of operation
To explain nature and forms of lease financing.
To assess potentiality of leasing as a source.
To discuss how leasing decision is made.
Characteristics of Lease Financing
Types of Lease Financing
Risk in Investment Decisions
To provide conceptual understanding of risk & uncertainty.
To bring out various approaches to risk measurement.
To focus on methods of adjusting risks in investment decisions.
Social Care Division
Operational Plan 2015201
Social Care Priorities
System Wide Priorities
Improve quality and safety with a focus on:
Implement Quality Patient Safety and Enablement
Implement the Open Disclosure policy
Implement a system wid
Human Resources Operational Plan
The Human Resources (HR) Operational Plan is guided by a number of inter-
Examples of core processes are payroll, recruitment, workers compensation, case
relationships which is re
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