Course Name: Diploma in Banking Administration
Course Id: DBA/Q1001.
Education Qualification: Graduate.
Duration: 370 Hrs.
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Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes in each Module.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions) in each Module.
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
Benefits of Certification:
- Government Authorized Assessment Agency Certification.
- Certificate Valid for Lifetime.
- Lifetime Verification of Certificate.
- Free Job Assistance as per your Interest Area.
Diploma in Banking Administration
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Commercial Banking System & Role of RBI||100||40|
|Financial Institutions and Markets||100||40|
|Insurance & Risk Management||100||40|
|Information Systems for Managers||100||40|
|Business Economics & Business Law||100||40|
Commercial Banking System & Role of RBI
Definition – Functions of Commercial Banks – Types of Commercial Banking Systems – Indian Commercial Banking Structure – Nationalization of Banks in India: Reasons, Achievements and Critical Evaluation – Financial Sector Reforms – Consolidation and Competition in the Indian Banking Industry – Payment Banks – Small Finance Banks, Deposit Mobilization by Commercial Banks – Deposit Mix – Different Types of Deposits – Factors affecting Deposit Levels – KYC guidelines Lending of Money by Banks – Principles of Sound Lending – Various Forms of Advances: Cash Credit, Overdrafts, Loans and Purchasing and Discounting of Bills – Retail Lending by Banks – Housing Loans and Personal Loans: Problems and Prospects – EMI: Concept and Computation- Subsidiary Services of Banks: Traditional Services – Contemporary Services Including Cash Management- RTGS & NEFT, Different Types of Customers: Individuals, Joint Account Holders, Trustees, Executors and Administrators, Joint Hindu Family, Partnership Firm, Joint Stock Companies, Clubs and Societies, and Local Authorities – Points to be considered by the Banker While Opening and Conducting Accounts in the names of such Customers.
Financial Management – Introduction to finance, objectives of financial management – Firm Value and equity value– profit maximization and wealth maximization – Changing role of finance managers – Organization of finance function, Concepts of Risk and Return – Diversifiable and Non-Diversifiable risk – Risk & return of single asset, risk and Return of a portfolio, Measurement of market risk for single asset and portfolio, Investment Rules: Capital budgeting methods and their limitations – Comparing projects with varying lives with varying cash flows – Capital budgeting decision rules, Sources of long term funds Cost of capital – basic concepts. Cost of debenture capital, cost of preferential capital, cost of term loans, cost of equity capital (Dividend discounting and CAPM, JSS Science and Technology University, Capital structure decisions – Overview of financing choices –The financing process; internal and external financing – Operational and financial leverage – Business risk and its effect on the use of financial leverage.
Financial Institutions and Markets
Financial System – financial activities, meaning, one markets, features, commercial paper, certificate of deposits, primary and secondary markets, unorganized financial, system, bullion market and financial sector. Financial Institutions – meaning, purpose, IDBI – establishment, purpose, working, limitations and sources of finances, IFCI – establishment, purpose, working, schemes, sources, limitation, authorities etc. Investment institution structure – Insurance companies – purpose, working types, LIC & GIC, establishment, purpose, working, schemes, sources of funds ad utilization, public sector, mutual funds, Security, mobilization of services, primary issues and derivative securities, security and exchange board of India (SEBI) – Introduction, objectives, powers, free pricing of equity shares, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) – introduction, objective, powers implementation, financial schemes etc.
Concept of Retail Banking-Distinction between Retail and Corporate/Wholesale Banking; Retail Products Overview: Customer requirements, products development process, Liabilities and Assets Products, Approval process for retail loans, credit scoring, Important Retail asset products: Home loans, Auto/vehicle loans, Personal loans, Educational loans -Study of these products in terms of Eligibility, Purpose, Amounts, Margin, Security, Disbursement, Moratorium, Prepayment issues, Repayments/Collection; Credit/Debit Cards-Eligibility, Purpose, Amounts, Margin, Security, Process of using the cards, Billing Cycle, Credit Points; Other products/Remittances/Funds Transfer, Retail Strategies: Tie-up with institutions for retail loans; Delivery Channels-Branch, Extension counters, ATMs, POS, Internet Banking, M-Banking; Selling process in retail products; Customer Relationship Management-Role and impact of customer relationship management, stages in CRM process; Technology for retail banking, Recovery of Retail Loans-Defaults, Rescheduling, recovery process-SARAFAESI Act, DRT Act, use of Lok Adalat forum, Recovery Agents-RBI guidelines.
Insurance & Risk Management
Principles and Practice of Insurance-Introduction to Risk and Insurance, Types of Insurance-General and Life, Basic principles of General and Life Insurance, Insurance contracts Regulations on investments, insurance funds with respect to shareholders funds and policy holders funds-costing and pricing of insurance products, Risk definition; Types of Risks-Credit risk, operational risk and market risk; Asset Liability Management(ALM)-Concept, organisation and techniques, Risk measurement & control in Banks-Calculation of risk, risk exposure analysis; Risk management- Capital adequacy norms, prudential norms, exposure norms, concept of Mid office, forwards, futures, options, strategies and arbitrage opportunities, regulatory prescriptions of risk management, Market risk: Introduction- Types of Market risks-Liquidity risk, interest rate risk, foreign exchange risk, price risk (equity), commodity risk-Prescriptions and treatment of market risk under Basel norms.
Information Systems for Managers
Decision making in MIS – Overviews of System, analysis & design system development life cycle, Concepts & model – requirement and recognition structured & unstructured decision, Information requirement for decision making strategies under different condition synonymous decision making models foundation of information system, System design & implementation – Overview of logical of input output & control process & interface design, database design, implementation of MIS projects. Data Base Management – Management corporate data, data resources, data independence, consistency, security & integrity data base models – helical rational advantages & disadvantages of DBMS, Data Communication EDI electronic Data interchange,Net working concepts, LAN, WAN Components of LAN, WAN Network topologies difference between internet, intranet, Extranet. Introduction of E. Com – Introduction, concept, recent rends, business reengineering process, electronic funds transfer legal security issues of e-commerce.
Business Economics & Business Law
Meaning, Nature, Scope, relationship with other sciences & its Significance, Economics applied to Business Decisions, Theory of firm & industry Demand Analysis – Law of demand, determinants of demand, demand curve, consumer surplus, Elasticity of demand & Demand forecasting, Average, Marginal & total cost, Basic cost curves, Relation between production & cost, Break Even Analysis – Break Even point, Managerial use of B.E.P. and its limitation. Factors influencing P/V decisions, what is Law, various sources of Law, significance of law, business law, impact of law on society & business economic aspects of Constitution & its implications? Law of Contract – Definition & Nature of Contract, types of contract, offer & acceptance, consideration & capacity to contract, free constant, legality of object & consideration, contingent contract, quasi contract, discharge of contract, remedies for breach of contract, indemnity & guarantee, pledge, Principal – agent relationship & rights & obligation of Principal & agent.
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