Fundamentals of Financial Management Question Paper 2020 (Held in 2021), Assam University B.Com 5th Sem Question Paper

Assam University B.Com 5th Sem Question Paper CBCS Pattern
TDC (CBCS) Odd Semester Exam, 2020
Held in March, 2021
COMMERCE  (5th Semester)
Course No.: COMHCC-502T
(Fundamentals of Financial Management)
Full Marks: 50
Pass Marks: 20
Time: 3 hours
The figures in the margin indicate full marks for the questions.


1. Answer any ten of the following questions:                      2x10=20

(a)       Write two characteristics of financial management.

(b)       Write two functions of financial management.

(c)        Write the objectives of financial management.

(d)       What is meant by time value of money?

(e)       What is meant by capital budgeting?

(f)         Point out the objectives of capital budgeting.

(g)       What is meant by cash flow?

(h)       What is internal rate of return?

(i)         What are the sources of long-term finance?

(j)         What is meant by cost of capital?

(k)       What is meant by optimum capital structure?

(l)         What is financial leverage?

(m)     What is dividend?

(n)       What is meant by dividend policy?

(o)       What is cash dividend?

(p)       What is stock dividend?

(q)       What is working capital?

(r)        What are the different types of working capital?

(s)        What is cash budget?

(t)        What is term ‘ECQ’?

Assam University B.Com 5th Sem Question Papers

1. Management Accounting: 2021
2. Fundamentals of Financial Management: 2021
3. Principles of Marketing: 2021
4. Human Resource Management: 2021
5. Auditing and Corporate Governance: 2021
6. Financial Market, Institutions and Financial Services: 2021


Answer any five questions

2. What is called risk in finance? Distinguish between systematic risk and unsystematic risk.           2+4=6

3. Discuss the methods available for valuation of equity shares.                   6

4. Discuss any two techniques used to evaluate investment proposals with example.        6

5. Calculate the NPV of a small-sized project requiring an initial investment of Rs. 20,000 and which provides net cash inflow of Rs. 6,000 each year for 6 years. Assume the cost of funds to be 8% p.a. and there is no scrap value. (Given the present value of Rs. 1 received annually for 6 years is 4.623 at 8% discount rate).                6

6. Discuss the methods of determining cost of capital.     6

7. Discuss the MM hypotheses of capital structure.           6

8. Discuss the determining factors of dividend policy.                       6

9. Briefly discuss the theories given by Walter and Gordon relating to dividend.   6

10. From the following particulars, prepare a statement showing working capital needed to finance a level of activity of 12,000 units of output per annum:           6

Analysis of selling price per unit


Raw materials






Total Cost




Selling price


Additional Information:

(1)       Raw materials are to remain in store on an average 1 month.

(2)       Materials are in process on an average 2 months.

(3)       Finished goods are in stock on an average 3 months.

(4)       Credit allowed to debtors is 4 months.

(5)       Credit allowed by suppliers is 2 months.

In may be assumed that production and overheads accrue evenly throughout the year.

11. Discuss the techniques of inventory management.                    6


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