Tuesday, June 26, 2018

DDEDU - B.COM SYLLABUS: INDIAN FINANCIAL SYSTEM


Dibrugarh University
Syllabus for B.COM Programme
Under Directorate of Distance Education
2nd Year
Course No: B. Com. 206: INDIAN FINANCIAL SYSTEM
Total Marks: 90

Objectives: The objective of this course is to apprise learners of the structure, organization and working of financial system in India.



Block I: Introduction:                                                                     18
Structure and characteristics of Indian Financial System-Financial Markets-Participants and Instruments-Money Market; Characteristics and Instrument

Block II: Commercial Banking:                                                   18
Function of Commercial Banks- Source of Funds – Application of Funds – Investment Policy - Liquidity of Banks – Assets Structure of Commercial Banks – Profitability of Banks- Non-Performing Assets- capital adequacy – Regulatory reforms – Banks credit to small scale sector – Deposits and Advances by Commercial Banks – Bank Rate; Lending Rates – Interest Rate Reforms and Liberalization, Cooperative Banking and Rural Banking.

Block III: Central Banking:                                                            18
Central Banking Need of a Central Bank in India; Reserve Bank of India- Constitution and Management- Central Banking Functions- Changing Role of R. B. I.

Block IV: Capital Markets Institutions:                                   18
New issue market and stock exchanges in India – their regulations and control – recent trends; financial services including Merchant Banking, Lease financing, Securities and Exchange Board of India; Venture Capital funds in India.

Block V: Development Banking:                                18
Risk Management and Prudential Norms-Role and Functions of DFIs; Industrial Development Bank of India, ICICI limited; IFCI limited – Small Industries Development Bank of India – State Financial Corporations – NABARD – Export Import Bank of India.

Suggested Readings:
1.       Kan; M. Y: Indian Financial System; Tata Mc. Graw Hill Education Pvt. Ltd; New Delhi.
2.       Bhole; L. M. and Mahakud; J.: Financial Institutions and Markets; Structure; Growth and Innovations.
3.       Varshney; P. N. and Mittal; D. K: Indian Financial System; Sultan Chant and Sons.
4.       Bharati V Pathak: The Indian Financial System: Markets; Institutes and Services. Pearson Education, New Delhi.
5.       Bezborah P. & Singh Ranjit: Indian Financial System; Kalyani Publishers.

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