Course Name: Post Graduate Diploma in Finance and Accounts
Course Id: PGDFA/Q1001.
Education Qualification: Graduation
Course and Exam Fee: 4000.
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Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
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Post Graduate Diploma in Finance and Accounts
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Accounting for Managers||100||40|
|Management Functions & Behavior||100||40|
|Management of Financial Service||100||40|
|Security Analysis & Portfolio Management||100||40|
|Corporate Tax Planning||100||40|
Accounting for Managers
Basic Concept: Overview of Management Accounting, Financial Accounting and Cost Accounting. Role of each in business organization, Relationship between financial, cost and management accounting. Special features of management accounting, Role of management accounting in the global business environment, Analysis and interpretation of financial statements. Tools of financial analysis. Comparability, Ratio analysis, common -size statement, trend analysis, functional classification of ratios. Applications of various financial analytical tools, Cash flow and Fund flow statements, sources and uses of funds, statement changes in working capital, transactions involving accounts from current and non-current categories and thus resulting in the flow of fund. Analysis of transactions of difficult nature.
Management Functions & Behavior
Introduction to Management: Meaning and Nature of Management, Evolution of Management, Managerial Functions, Skills, Tasks and Responsibilities of a Professional Manager, Management by Objectives, Fundamentals of Organizational Behavior: Introduction and Meaning, OB Models & Approaches, Work Force Diversity, Organizational Justice, Whistle Blowing and Social Responsibility, OB Trends, Case Study. Individual Processes and Behavior: Personality, Perception, Attitude, Learning, Motivation, Managing Emotions and Stress at Work.
Management of Financial Service
Introduction to Financial services: Meaning, Types – Fund based and Fee based financial services, Non-Banking Financial Companies, Functions, Prudential Norms for NBFCs, Leasing and Hire-Purchase: Concept, Types of Lease, Financial Evaluation of a Lease, Cross Border Leasing, Contents of a lease agreement, Bills Discounting, Hire Purchase Finance conceptual framework, Lease Financing Vs. Hire Purchase Financing, parties to Hire Purchase contract, Factoring and Venture Capital: Factoring concept, Nature and Types, Cost and benefits of Factoring; Credit Investigation and Analysis, Credit Limit, Credit Rating: Rating Agencies, function, Rating process and Methodology; Venture Capital concept, Process, Methods of Venture Financing, Dis-investment mechanisms, Venture capital Industry in India and Future prospects of Venture Financing, Merchant Banking: Activities in new issue market, Managing issue of shares and bonds; Mutual Funds, mechanism, types of schemes, Mutual funds industry in India – recent developments; Securitization and Financial Reconstruction and Enforcement of Security interest Act, regulations, Recent developments in the financial Services industry.
Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
Investment: Nature and Scope of investment analysis, elements of investment, avenues of investment, approaches of investment analysis, concept of return and risk: Security returns and risk analysis, measurement of return and risk, Security Markets: Primary and secondary market; Primary market- Role , Functions & Methods of Selling securities in Primary Market; Allotment procedure; National Stock exchanges and major international stock exchanges; security market indicators and their contraction, Public Issues: SEBI guidelines on public issue, size of issue, pricing of issue, promoters contribution, appointment of merchant bankers, underwriters, broker, registrar and managers, bankers and allotment of shares, Role, Importance, Type of brokers, trading mechanism, listing of securities in stock exchanges, screen based trading, Demat- Depository- role and need for NSDL, and CDSL depository participant.
Financial Management: Concept, objectives, functions, role of CFO, Time Vale of Money: concept, present value, future value, annuity, perpetuity, loan amortization, Risk and Return: Concept, risk and return of a single asset, risk and return of a portfolio, relationship between risk and return, determination of beta, capital asset pricing model, Sources of Finance: Long term and short term sources, Leverage: Concept, business risk, financial risk, operating leverage, financial leverage, combined leverage, indifferent point, EBIT-EPS relationship, Cost of Capital: concept, importance, relevance, computation of cost of capital, weighted cost of capital using book value, market value and marginal value, Capital Structure: Concept, importance, determinants, optimum capital structure, capital structure theories: NI approach, NOI approach, MM approach, Traditional approach, Capital Expenditure Decisions: Concept, objectives, importance, process, discounting and non-discounting techniques of evaluation under certainty.
Corporate Tax Planning
Tax planning concept, tax planning in different organizations, Concept of capital and revenue, income, receipt and expenditure; computation of income for corporate form of organizations, deductions and reliefs, rebates, exemptions, recent development, Business expenditure and tax planning, Depreciation and tax planning, Capital gains and tax planning, Tax planning for new industries, export oriented units, holding company and subsidiary company, new projects in infrastructure like power, telecom, incentives for new project, Tax Planning for foreign companies, foreign collaborations, foreign technicians, Amalgamation, Mergers, Administration – Income Tax Authorities, Assessment, Procedures, Tax payment, interest penalties, MAT, search and seizure, Appeals and Remission.