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BBA301 – LEGALAND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

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ASSIGNMENT

 

DRIVE FALL 2013
PROGRAM BBA
SUBJECT CODE & NAME BBA 301 – LEGALAND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
SEMESTER 3
BK ID B1595
CREDITS 4
MARKS 60

 

 

Note: Answer all questions. Kindly note that answers for 10 marks questions should be approximately of 400 words. Each question is followed by evaluation scheme.

 

Q.1 Discuss the major commercial and corporate laws prevailing in India.

 

Ans : Corporate Laws: Various Corporate laws are laws are:-

 

1.  The Companies Act 1956:-

 

The Companies Act 1956 is an Act of the Parliament of India, enacted in 1956, which enabled companies to be formed by registration, and set out the responsibilities of companies, their directors and secretaries. The Companies Act 1956 is administered by the Government of India through the Ministry of Corporate Affairs and the Offices of Registrar of Companies, Official Liquidators, Public Trustee, Company Law Board, Director of Inspection, etc. The Registrar of Companies (ROC) handles incorporation of new companies and the administration of running companies.

 

2. The Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA)  1999:- 

 

The Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) is a 1999 Indian law “to consolidate and amend the law relating to foreign

 

 

 

 

Q. 2 Explain the essentials of a contract of sale. Discuss the rights of an unpaid seller.

 

Ans : Contract of sale:-

 

Section 4(1) of the Sale of Goods Act defines a contract of sale of goods as – “a contract whereby the seller transfers or agrees to transfer the property in goods to the buyer for a price.”

 

This definition reveals the following essential characteristics of contract of sale of goods :

 

1. Two parties:

 

 

Q. 3. Discuss the documents that are to be submitted to the ROC along with the application of for incorporation of a company

 

Ans : 1.During the registration process, all the documents are submitted to the ROC online through http://www.mca.gov.in. These forms need to be authenticated by signing it using a Digital Signature Certificate issued by the Certifying Authority in India. One of the promoters and directors should have a digital signature certificate to authenticate documents that are submitted to the ROC.

Identify the location and authorised capital of the company

 

2.It is important to have a proper address for the

 

 

Q.4 Differentiate Competition Act 2002 and MRTP act 1969. Discuss the salient features of Competition Act.

 

Ans : Differences:

 

Following are the important differences between the MRTP Act, 1969 and Competition Act, 2002:

 

1)  MRTP Act is based on the pre-liberalization scenario whereas Competition Act is based on the post liberalization scenario.

2)  MRTP Act emphasizes on curbing monopolies whereas Competition Act emphasizes on promoting competition.

3)  MRTP Act provides for compulsory

 

 

 

Q. 5 Explain the key elements of IPRs. Differentiate between trademarks and copy right.

 

Ans : Elements of IPRs:

 

Basically trademarks and copyrights are key elements of IPRs. That are explained as below:-

 

1.Trademarks:

 

Trademarks are distinctive indicators or signs that individuals, businesses, or other legal entities use. They use these indicators or signs to communicate that services or products to consumers that are connected to the trademarks stem from a

 

 

Q.6  Explain the main objectives of Factories Act, 1948. Discuss the main areas that are focused in this act.

 

Ans : Objectives of Factory act:

 

  • The main objectives of factory act were to ensure certain points about the workers. This act was brought due to the properly implementing the laws of workers. Its main objectives were:-
  • To ensure proper safety of workers
  • To make sure that proper medical facility is provided to customers in case of emergency
  • every factory adequate and suitable facilities for washing should be provided and maintained for the use of workers.
  • If the provisions of The Factories Act, 1948, or any rules made under the Act, or any order given in writing under the Act is violated, it is treated as an offence.

 

 

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BBA303 – QUALITY MANAGEMENT

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ASSIGNMENT

 

DRIVE FALL 2013
PROGRAM BBA
SUBJECT CODE & NAME BBA 303 – QUALITY MANAGEMENT
SEMESTER 3
BK ID B1597
CREDITS 4
MARKS 60

 

 

Note: Answer all questions. Kindly note that answers for 10 marks questions should be approximately of 400 words. Each question is followed by evaluation scheme.

 

 

Q.1 How is the McKinsey 7S model used for carrying out strategic planning and implementation?

 

Ans : 7 elements of the model :

 

The McKinsey 7S model involves seven interdependent factors which are categorized as either “hard” or “soft” elements:

 

“Hard” elements are easier to define or identify and management can directly influence them.

 

1.Strategy: the plan devised to maintain and build competitive

 

 

 

Q.2 Explain the different categories of costs of quality

 

Ans :  There are four main categories of cost of quality .

 

1. Failure costs :

 

These are of two types :

a. External Failure costs represent a category in the total cost of quality where the quality costs are related to defects found after delivery of the product to the customer. External failure costs are generally the highest of the 4 cost of quality categories since the full value of work and processes had to be performed to get the product to the customer.

 

b. Internal failure costs are costs that are incurred as

 

 

Q.3 Why productivity is important?

 

Ans : From the point of view of different stakeholders :

 

Productivity is created in the real process, productivity gains are distributed in the income distribution process and these two processes constitute the production process. The production process and its sub-processes, the real process and income distribution process occur simultaneously, and only the production process is identifiable and measurable by the traditional accounting practices. The real process and income distribution process can be identified and measured by extra calculation, and this is why they need

 

 

 

 

Q.4 Write a note on control chart

 

Ans :  Explanation of control chart :

 

The control chart is one of the seven basic tools of quality control. Typically control charts are used for time-series data, though they can be used for data that have logical comparability (i.e. you want to compare samples that were taken all at the same time, or the performance of different individuals), however the type of chart used to do this requires consideration.

If analysis of the control chart indicates that the process is currently under control (i.e., is stable, with variation only coming from sources common to the

 

 

 

 

Q.5 Discuss the Quality Management Principles

 

Ans : Quality Management Principles:

 

1 . Customer-Focused Organisation :

 

“Organisations depend on their customers and therefore should understand current and future customer needs, meet customer requirements and strive to exceed customer expectations”. Management should understand (and anticipate) the customers’ needs and requirements, and strive to exceed customer expectations in meeting them.

 

2 .Leadership :

 

“Leaders establish unity of purpose and direction of the organisation. They should create and maintain the internal environment in which people can become

 

 

 

Q. 6 Write a note on theories of motivation

 

Ans : Maslow’s need hierarch theory :

 

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is a theory in psychology proposed by Abraham Maslow in his 1943 paper “A Theory of Human Motivation” in Psychological Review. Maslow subsequently extended the idea to include his observations of humans’ innate curiosity. His theories parallel many other theories of human developmental psychology, some of which focus on describing the stages of growth in humans. Maslow used the terms Physiological, Safety, Belongingness and Love, Esteem, Self-Actualization and Self-Transcendence needs to describe the pattern that human motivations generally move through.

Maslow studied what he called exemplary people such as Albert

 

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BBA304 – Advertising and sales

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ASSIGNMENT

 

DRIVE FALL 2013
PROGRAM BBA
SUBJECT CODE & NAME BBA 304 – Advertising and sales
SEMESTER 3
BK ID B1598
CREDITS 4
MARKS 60

 

 

Note: Answer all questions. Kindly note that answers for 10 marks questions should be approximately of 400 words. Each question is followed by evaluation scheme.

 

Q.1 Explain the advertising pyramid with a neat diagram. 

 

Ans :  “Advertising is the non-personal communication of information usually paid for and usually persuasive in nature about products, services or ideas by identified sponsors through the various media to reach broad audiences”

Advertisement is a form of communication which can make the consumers aware of a specific product or services available in the market. It is very important to create brand awareness, brand positioning and brand loyalty among potential customers. There are various medias through which these messages are promoted like television, radio, printed media (magazines, newspapers, billboards), and internet. Advertisement can be also in various forms like audio, video, textual or graphical.

 

 

Q.2 Mention the steps in media planning process in brief.

 

Ans :  Media Planning Process:

 

The media planning process involves media research, where marketers analyze target audiences and media options; media planning, where marketers develop a good media plan; and media buying, through which the media plan is executed to achieve the IMC objectives.

The following four steps in media planning:

 

  • Media targeting
  • Media objectives
  • Media strategies

 

 

 

Q.3 Observe a newspaper advertisement of any telecom service provider. What is the target audience and what are benefits of choosing newspaper for advertisement.

 

Ans :  Target Audience:

 

When you place an ad in a target-specific magazine, you are marketing directly to a specific target audience rather than a general one. In other words, by simply placing the ad you’ve zeroed in on a market niche that is probably already interested in the type of product or service you’re offering.

If you’re selling a hair product, an ad placed in a fashion or hairstyling magazine will attract potential consumers who are looking for just this type of product. If you place the same ad in a general-interest magazine with a less specific readership, you reduce the likelihood that most readers will be interested in your product. When choosing which publication will attract the right consumers, consider not only the focus of the magazine but the age and

 

 

 

Q.4 Provide a meaningful comparison amongst various sales strategies. Do you notice any resemblance between them?

 

Ans : Sales strategy :

 

A sales strategy sets out in detail how you will get your product or service in front of people who need it. Looking at it strategically will give you a comprehensive, methodical approach to ensuring you marketing your business correctly and you are approaching the right clients. A sales strategy can be based on your business and marketing plans. It looks at how you will deliver objectives set out in your marketing plan, as well as how you have chosen to segment your target market and how you will fund you marketing activities. A sales strategy is not the

 

 

Q.5 What is sales promotion? How is it different to advertising?

 

Ans : Sales promotion :

 

Sales promotion is one of the seven aspects of the promotional mix. (The other six parts of the promotional mix are advertising, personal selling, direct marketing, publicity/public relations, corporate image and exhibitions.) Media and non-media marketing communication are employed for a pre-determined, limited time to increase consumer demand, stimulate market demand or improve product availability. Examples include contests, coupons, freebies, loss leaders, point of purchase displays, premiums, prizes, product samples, and

 

 

Q.6 Discuss the performance evaluation methods for sales persons.

 

Ans : Performance evaluation methods :

 

A. Individual evaluation methods :

 

Individual evaluation methods are those techniques when the standards of performance are defined individually, without references to other person(s).

 

A 1. Graphic rating scale is the oldest and still most used method of evaluation. In this case the rater is presented with a set of traits and is asked to rate the employee on each of them. The ratings can be numeric (from 1 to 5 for example) or alphabetic (such as

 

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BBA302 – HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

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ASSIGNMENT

 

DRIVE FALL 2013
PROGRAM BBA
SUBJECT CODE & NAME BBA302 – HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
SEMESTER 3
BK ID B1596
CREDITS 4
MARKS 60

 

 

Note: Answer all questions. Kindly note that answers for 10 marks questions should be approximately of 400 words. Each question is followed by evaluation scheme.

 

Q.1 What do you mean by Job description? Explain in detail.

 

Ans :  Job description :

 

Job descriptions are written statements that describe the duties, responsibilities ,most important contributions and outcomes needed from a position, required qualifications of candidates, and reporting relationship and co workers of a particular job.

Job descriptions are based on objective information obtained through job analysis, an understanding of the competencies and skills required to accomplish needed tasks, and the needs of the organization to produce work. They clearly identify and spell out the responsibilities of a specific job. Job descriptions also include information about working conditions, tools, equipment used, knowledge and skills needed, and relationships with other

 

 

 

 

Q.2 Define ‘recruitment’. What are the factors affecting recruitment? 

 

Ans : Definition of recruitment :

 

The process of finding and hiring the best-qualified candidate (from within or outside of an organization) for a job opening, in a timely and cost effective manner. The recruitment process includes analyzing the requirements of a job, attracting employees to that job, screening and selecting applicants, hiring, and integrating the new employee to the organization.

 

A few definitions of recruitment are:

 

 

Q. 3 Describe the steps involved in employee induction program.

 

Ans : Steps involved in employee induction program :

i. Welcome to the organisation.

ii. Explain about the company.

iii. Show the location/department where the new recruit will work.

iv. Give the company’s manual to the new recruit.

v. Provide details about various work groups and

 

 

 

Q.4 What is the purpose of performance appraisal? Explain the process of performance appraisal.

 

Ans : Purpose of performance appraisal :

 

Performance appraisal is a method of evaluating the behaviour of employees in the work place normally including both the quantitative and qualitative aspects of job performance. Performance refers to the degree of accomplishment of the tasks that make up an individual’s job. It indicates how ell an individual is fulfilling the job demands. Every organization has to decide upon the content to be appraised before the programme is approved on the basis of job analysis. The content to be appraised may vary with the purpose of appraisal

 

 

Q.5 What is meant by employee grievance? What are the causes of employee grievances? Explain the need for employee counselling. 

 

Ans : Employee grievance Definition: 

 

Employee grievance is the perception of unfair treatment on the job. There are many factors that make employees unhappy. For instance, non cooperation from fellow members or a harsh remark relating to domestic affairs, may create unhappy situation at work. Finally such feelings of dissatisfaction or discontent result in employee grievance. There is hardly an organization that runs smoothly at all times.

In most of the organizations, employees have complaint

 

 

 

Q.6 What are the advantages of selection tests? List and explain the barriers in selection.

 

Ans : Advantages of selection tests:

 

1. Selection test can be used to weed out the large number of candidates who may not be considered for the employment. Normally organization receives a large number of applications so these tests help to find out the suitable candidates having required characteristics for the position. Selection test will provide cut off point above which candidates may be called for the interview.

 

2. Selection test can provide the information about the qualities and potential of the prospective employees which can not be known through other

 

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MA0044 – INSTITUTIONAL BANKI

 

 

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DRIVE FALL 2013
PROGRAM MBADS – (SEM 4/SEM 6) / MBAN2 / MBAFLEX – (SEM 4)
SUBJECT CODE & NAME MA0044 – INSTITUTIONAL BANKING
SEMESTER 4
BK ID B1818
CREDITS 4
MARKS 60

 

 

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Q1. Describe the evolution of institutional banking in India.

(Introduction-3 marks, Evolution- 3 marks, scope-4 marks) 10 marks

Answer.

Introduction

The Government of India initiated a series of institutions since independence to provide term finance to industry, trade and agriculture. Along with RBI and the banking system it set up IFCI (the first DFI to be set up), ICICI, IDBI, UTI, SFCs, LIC, GIC etc. All these institutions were called Development Banks or Term-lending financial institutions, and hence the term „Institutional Banking”. Further, Narasimham Committee (1991) called them as „Development Financial Institutions or DFIs‟.

Thus, Development Banks or Development Financial Institutions (

 

 

Q2. Ascertain how Reliance industries meet their financial requirements. (Financial requirements of large industries

Term loans-5 marks, Working capital-5 marks)10 marks                                                     

Answer.

Financial  requirements of large industries Term loans :

Facing multiple regulatory challenges, BP Plc chief executive Bob Dudley and Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) chairman Mukesh Ambani may meet Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday to seek clarity on gas policy.

Mr Dudley’s third visit to India this year comes at a time when Oil Ministry, at the insistence of Finance Ministry, is seeking to deny his company and its partner RIL a new

 

 

Q3. SKS Microfinance Limited is a non-banking finance company, regulated by the Reserve Bank of India. SKS’ mission is to eradicate poverty by providing financial services to the poor. The company operates across 19 of 26 Indian states.

Discuss the range of products (8) and services, which have been developed based on the financial needs of working of poor women. List out the challenges.

(List of products (8) and services-8 marks, List the challenges of MFIs-2 marks)10 marks

Answer.

MFIs in India – Products and Services

Micro finance is one of the few market-based, scalable anti-poverty solutions. Microcredit is the most common product offering by MFIs. Microfinance in India is synonymous with microcredit; this is because savings, thrift and micro insurance constitute a miniscule segment of the microfinance space here.

In India, most microfinance loans are in the range of Rs. 5000 to Rs.20000 (the Development and Regulation Bill, 2007, defines microfinance loans as those with amounts not exceeding Rs.50000 in aggregate per individual/ small enterprise).

 

 

 

Q4. You have learnt that there is a great demand for herbal products in the United States. You decide to export herbs and you have secured a buyer for your product. Where will you obtain information about items meant for export? Describe the Methods of payment in international trade and the services that are offered.

(Export assistance-1 marks, Methods of payment-5 marks, Services-4 marks) 10 marks

Answer.

Indian shipping industry consists of shipping services by various shipping companies in India, ports in India, management of container shipping, local and international cargo or freight shipping, vessel shipping, bulk shipping and other maritime shipping services along with transport services both global and inland water transport. The Indian coastline stretches to over 6000 Kms with 12 major ports and 181 minor and medium ports. Over 90% of India’s international trade is handled by the Indian ports. The major ports in India are handled by the Ports Trust of India (PTI) that is a Central Government undertaking. The respective state governments manage the operational (139) minor ports of India. The port infrastructure of India, although being updated, is still insufficient considering the freight and cargo shipping traffic on the shipping

ports. The major players in the Indian shipping sector include Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) that is a government owned shipping company providing both coastal

 

 

 

Q6. Narrate the developments in institutional banking in India. Discuss how the future is expected to unfold for DFIs in India?

(Developments-5 marks, Latest challenges-5 marks)10 marks

Answer.

Developments in institutional banking in India

The creation of DFIs in India was considered a response to the emergence of industrial development as an imperative national policy. It was felt that the extant institutional framework was inadequate to effectively address the long term resource requirements of proposed industrial projects. It was generally observed that commercial banks, by the short-term nature of their deposits which they mobilize, were in a position to grant only short term credit to industry, agriculture and trade to meet their working capital requirements.

Origin of Development Banks

An attempt was made, initially in Germany, to start industrial banks, or „mixed banks‟ as they were commonly called, to give long term credit to industries. These

 

 

 

 

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MA0043 – CORPORATE BANKING

 

 

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DRIVE FALL 2013
PROGRAM MBADS – (SEM 4/SEM 6) / MBAN2 / MBAFLEX – (SEM 4)
SUBJECT CODE & NAME MA0043 – CORPORATE BANKING
SEMESTER 4
BK ID B1817
CREDITS 4
MARKS 60

 

 

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Q1. Research over the Internet or newspapers, and find the highest amount of advance extended by a Corporate Bank to an individual and to a Company and quote the reasons given by the debtor for seeking the advance.

Answer. The name of such bank is canara bank. Its borrowed Borrowing by banks under the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) daily Liquidity Adjustment Facility (LAF) touched a record high on Thursday for the financial year, at Rs 170,140 crore.

It was Rs 164,615 crore yesterday. The system generally sees such high borrowing in March, when liquidity is invariably tight. On March 30, banks had

 

 

 

Q2. List and explain briefly the various types of letter of credit documents. List and explain the steps that must be taken to evaluate the documents attached with the letters of credit.

(Various types of letter of credit documents-5 marks, Explain the steps-5 marks) 10 marks

Answer.

Various types of letter of credit documents

An LC is an undertaking by the importer’s bank that if the exporter exports the goods and produces the documents as stipulated in the letter, the bank would make the payment to the exporter. Thus the obligation of the importer under the contract is supplemented by a superior obligation of a bank to make payment. The exporter then looks to the bank which opened the letter of credit for payment instead of relying on the importer. An LC may be a clean credit or a documentary credit. Almost all commercial credits (issued for financing foreign trade) are

 

 

 

Q3. Prepare a report on the role of EXIM bank in facilitating pre and post-shipment finance. (Pre -shipment finance-5 marks, Post shipment finance-5 marks) 10 marks

Answer.

Exim Bank lays special emphasis on extension of Lines of Credit (LOCs) to overseas entities, national governments, regional financial institutions and commercial banks. Exim Bank also extends Buyer’s credit and Supplier’s credit to finance and promote country’s exports. The Bank also provides financial assistance to export-oriented Indian companies by way of term loans in Indian rupees or foreign currencies for setting up new production facility, expansion/modernization or up gradation of existing facilities and for acquisition of production equipment or

 

 

Q4. Prepare a chart listing some of the important Indian banks that have introduced channel banking and Green Banking programs.

(channel banking-5 marks, Green Banking programs-5 marks) 10 marks

Answer.

Evolution of Channel Banking

Banking jargon like multi-channel banking, cross-channel banking and now, omni-channel banking, has led to confusion among bankers and customers alike. Bankers are unsure as to what banks actually want to offer to their customers, while customers do not know what they can expect from banks’ channel banking solutions.

Banks tend to use the omni-channel pitch to rise above competition but clients may not discern this as a significant value-add to the existing services. The onus is therefore on banks to communicate clearly and educate their customers about the difference between omni-

 

 

 

Q5. Reliance industries want to raise capital by selling stocks, through the mechanism of book building, by offering Initial Public Offers (IPOs). Discuss the book building process.

(Book building process.-5 marks, Methods and guidelines-5 marks) 10 marks

Answer.

Book building process

Book Building is basically a capital issuance process used in Initial Public Offer (IP0) which aids price and demand discovery. It is a process used for marketing a public offer of equity shares of a company. It is a mechanism where, during the period for which the book for the IPO is open, bids are collected from investors at various prices, which are above or equal to the floor price. The process aims at tapping both wholesale and retail investors. The offer/issue price is then determined after the bid closing date based on certain evaluation criteria.

The Process:

  • The Issuer who is planning an 120 nominates a lead merchant banker as a book runner’.
  • The Issuer specifies the number of securities to be issued and

 

Q6. Suppose you are working as risk manager in a private bank. As a manager, discuss the issues and challenges of corporate banking

(Issues of corporate banking-5 marks, Challenges of corporate banking-5 marks)10 marks

Answer:

Issues of corporate banking

Corporate Banking, through its main tool of lending, integrates the monetary and real sectors of the economy. This paper attempts to analyze the evolutionary and revolutionary developments in corporate banking, the critical issues today and the future prospects of a healthy, collaborative, and competitive relationship between the banking an d corporate sectors, in the Indian context. Theories and empirical studies have deliberated on the roles of the banking and market systems, and actual events corroborate their findings that both play important roles in financial development. Technology and innovation have transformed corporate banking, which also weathered many storms, including the recent meltdown n. India has emerged better than many countries from the crisis, thanks

 

 

 

 

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MA0042 – TREASURY MANAGEMENT

 

 

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DRIVE FALL 2013
PROGRAM MBADS – (SEM 4/SEM 6) / MBAN2 / MBAFLEX – (SEM 4)
SUBJECT CODE & NAME MA0042 – TREASURY MANAGEMENT
SEMESTER 4
BK ID B1813
CREDITS 4
MARKS 60

 

 

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Q1. Mr. Ram was appointed as a treasury manager of a reputed bank and the bank wants to open an office overseas. What are the factors Mr. Ram should take into account?

(Responsibilities of treasurer-5 marks, Scope of treasury management-5 marks) 10 marks

Answer.

Main responsibilities of the Treasurer

Mr. Ram should take many factors into account. Each Management Committee will have its own way of doing things, and the way in which work is shared out can also depend on the skills, interests or amount of time that a person has to offer. The following points outline the typical financial responsibilities of a Treasurer:

1. General financial oversight

  • Oversee and present budgets, accounts and financial statements to the management committee
  • Liaise with designated staff about financial
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  •  
  • Q2. Visit a public sector bank and a private bank and assess the roles of their treasury Departments to draw a similarity of functioning. Discuss the instruments that are traded in the banks.

(Treasury management in banks-5 marks, Money market instruments-5 marks) 10 marks

Treasury management in banks

In recent days, most of the Indian banks have classified their business into two primary business segments like treasury operations (investments) and banking operations (excluding treasury).

The treasury operations in banks are divided into:

Rupee treasury – The rupee treasury carries out various rupee based treasury functions like asset liability management, investments and trading. It helps in managing the bank’s position in terms of statutory requirements like cash reserve ratio, statutory liquidity ratio according to the norms of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).

 

 

 

Q3. As a treasurer, while it would be essential to look at the company’s capital asset, you will also have to open foreign operating accounts and set up banking services in target areas. What steps would you take if your organization plans to expand globally?

(Describe the facilities provided to exporters and importers in India., Discuss the role of FEDAI. facilities provided to exporters and importers in India. )

Facilities Available To Exporters And Importers

Exporters

  • Exporters are provided timely and adequate credit to meet the exports commitments.
  • Exporters are allowed pre and post-shipment credit at competitive interest rates.
  • Export Credit is made available both in Indian Rupee and Foreign Currency as well.
  • All eligible exporters are issued ‘GOLD CARD HOLDER

 

Q4. Explain how banks gain on liquidity measures taken by RBI. Differentiate cash and liquidity management.

(Cash management-5 marks, Liquidity management-5 marks) 10 marks

Cash management

Cash management refers to a broad area of finance involving the collection, handling, and usage of cash. It involves assessing market liquidity, cash flow, and investments cash management, or treasury management, is a marketing term for certain services related to cash flow offered primarily to larger business customers. It may be used to describe all bank accounts (such as checking accounts) provided to businesses of a certain size, but it is more often used to describe specific services such as cash concentration, zero balance accounting, and automated clearing

 

 

Q5. BoI, was the first to cut its minimum rate of lending or the base rate by 0.25 per cent after a finance ministry diktat last week, is targeting to take domestic NIM up to 3.10 per cent for FY14 from previous year’s 3 per cent. Explain how effectively it can manage its assets and liabilities. Discuss ALM process in commercial banks

(Management of assets and liabilities-5 marks, ALM process in commercial banks-5 marks) 10 marks

Management of assets and liabilities

In spite of a 0.25 per cent cut in the base rate, state-run Bank of India (BoI) is confident of meeting its net interest margin (NIM) targets as it expects a pick-up in credit and some benefit accruing from a fall in cost of funds, a top official has said.

“Some squeeze on the margins is inevitable but I think a combination of two factors–a reduction in the cost of funds lately and a likely pick up in the credit as the conditions in the economy improve–will help us meet our targeted margin,” said V R Iyer, chairperson and

 

 

Q6. Visit your nearest bank, identify yourself as a student of treasury management and discuss with the bank manager regarding risk management program.

(Identification of risks-5 marks, Risk management program-5 marks) 10 marks

Identification of risks

Risk identification is the process of determining risks that could potentially prevent the program, enterprise, or investment from achieving its objectives. It includes documenting and communicating the concern.

The first step in risk management is to look closely at business

 

 

 

 

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MA0041 -MERCHANT BANKING AND FINANCIAL SERVICES

 

 

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ASSIGNMENT

 

DRIVE FALL 2013
PROGRAM (SEM 4/SEM 6) / MBAN2 / MBAFLEX – (SEM 4)
SUBJECT CODE & NAME MA0041 -MERCHANT BANKING AND FINANCIAL SERVICES
SEMESTER 4
BK ID B1812
CREDITS 4
MARKS 60

 

 

Note: Answer all questions. Kindly note that answers for 10 marks questions should be approximately of 400 words. Each question is followed by evaluation scheme.

Q1. Assume that you are the CFO of a company and you wish to take over another small sized company. How will you proceed in this course of action?

(Merchant banking scope-5 marks, functions-5 marks) 10 marks

Answer.

For that course of action merchant banking should be follow. In merchant banking one can take over another small sized company.

Merchant banking scope

Merchant banking is an essential service provided by financial institutions that help in the growth of corporate sector, which eventually reflects in the overall growth and economic development of the country. Merchant banks invest their capital in client companies and provide fee based services for mergers and acquisitions. Many companies approach merchant banks to enhance their financial stability or to meet an essential

capital requirement. Due to their knowledge in international finances, merchant banks specialize in dealing with multinational corporations.

Merchant banks do not offer regular banking services

 

 

Q2. Suppose you are an investor who wants to purchase a public issue in such a manner that your money does not get blocked. What is the procedure that you would follow?

(Public issue-5 marks, Investor guidelines-5 marks) 10 marks

Answer.

Public issue

All public issues must be managed by merchant bankers who function as lead managers.  Public issue means an issuer is providing an offer for the public to subscribe to debt securities. Corporate may raise capital in the primary market by way of an initial public offer, rights issue or private placement. An Initial Public Offer (IPO) is the selling of securities to the public in the primary market. This Initial Public Offering can be made through the fixed price method, book building method or a combination of both.

There are two types of Public Issues:

 

 

Q3. Suma is in the service sector. She would like to insure the life of her kids, spouse and parents. Suggest her the future course of action to be taken based on the marketing strategies in financial services.

(Refer advisory service agent-2 marks, Marketing strategies in financial services-8 marks) 10 marks

Answer.

Life insurance is a policy that people purchase from a life insurance company which can be a way of protecting the family and its financial stability after one’s death. These financial services facilitate certain financial functions such as managing capital issues, making arrangements for the placement of capital and debt instruments, and arrangement of funds from financial institutions. They also undertake the responsibility of getting all government and other clearances. In addition, this sector does a large number of other services like rendering project advisory services,

 

 

 

Q4. Suppose you are the owner of a factory and you want to make use of a latest type of machinery without purchasing it. Find out the best options that are available. Discuss the differences between Hire Purchase, Leasing and Commercial Loans.

(differences between Hire Purchase, Leasing and Commercial Loans-9 marks, conclusion-1 marks) 10 marks

Answer.

Hire-purchase vs. leasing and commercial loans

A lease transaction is a commercial arrangement whereby an equipment owner or Manufacturer conveys to the equipment user the right to use the equipment in return for a rental. In other words, lease  is a contract between the owner of an asset (the lessor) and its user (the lessee) for the right to use the asset during a specified period in return for a mutually agreed

 

 

Q5. India’s mergers and acquisitions activity during the first quarter of 2012 increased by 33 per cent with total transaction value estimated at US$14 billion. Discuss the legal Aspects Related to Mergers, Acquisition and Takeovers in India.

(legal Aspects Related to Mergers, Acquisition and Takeovers in India-6 marks, benefits-4 marks) 10 marks

Answer.

Legal Aspects Related to Mergers, Acquisition and Takeovers in India

Qualified people like lawyers, chartered accountants, and investment bankers examine every aspect of the target company usually before mergers, acquisitions, strategic investments and so on.

A scheme of merger/acquisition can be structured differently and each have their own tax and regulatory issues.  The following scheme of Merger/Acquisition raises some important legal issues for our discussion. At times an Indian resident, holding the entire share capital of an Indian company, intends to transfer his entire share holding to a foreign company in exchange for shares in the latter. This makes the Indian Company a 100% subsidiary of the foreign corporation.

 

 

 

 

Q6. Suppose you are the owner of a company and you have approached a CRA for rating your company. List the process and methodology adopted by the agency.

(Process-5 marks, methodology-5 marks) 10 marks

Answer.

Process of CRA

The process of credit rating is as follows:

1. Request of the company

The process of rating begins when the issuer of the instrument issues the rating request letter and signs the rating agreement.

2. Assignment to analytical team

The credit rating agency (CRA) assigns an analytical team on receipt of the request letter. The team comprises of two or more analysts, one lead analyst serving as the issuers’ primary contact. To carry out the rating assignments, only those analysts are responsible who

 

 

 

 

 

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ASSIGNMENT

 

DRIVE FALL 2013
PROGRAM BBA – RETAIL OPERATIONS
SUBJECT CODE & NAME BBR505 – WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT
SEMESTER 5
BK ID B1806
CREDITS 4
MARKS 60

 

 

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Q.1 Enumerate the issues in retail logistics and list the components they can be attributed to.

 

Ans :  Introduction to retail logistics:

 

Logistics is the function of making goods and other resources physically available for use as and when required. This generally includes two basic activities of moving or transporting these resources, and storing them at different location till required for use or further transportation.

Retailing is one of the activities within the overall distribution function. Thus we can consider retail logistic as one part of the physical distribution systems. The terminology of logistics and the boundaries between difference logistics activities are not very clearly defined or fixed. However, we can say that retail logistics includes transpiration of goods to the

 

 

 

 

Q.2 List the functions of a warehouse.

 

Ans :  Basic function of a warehouse are movement of goods storage of goods, and information management.

 

1.  Storage of Goods:

 

One of the traditional requirements of a warehouse has been for storing goods. The warehouse provides the space required for  such storage and it is one of the important functions of a warehouse.

 

2.  Movement of Goods:

 

Movement of goods consist of inbound activity (unloading of goods brought to warehouse), transfer to storage (transferring the goods from the inbound area to the storage area), order selecting (selecting the good in the storage as per order to be shipped

 

 

 

Q.3 Describe the FIFO method & LIFO method with an example for each

 

Ans : Detailed explanation on concept of LIFO :

 

Last-In, First-Out is one of the common techniques used in the valuation of inventory on hand at the end of a period and the cost of goods sold during the period. LIFO assumes that goods which made their way to inventory (after purchase, manufacture etc.) later are sold first and those which are manufactured or acquired early are sold last.

 

 

 

 

Q.4 Explain the benefits of bar codes in warehousing and supply chains

 

Ans : Benefits of barcodes :

 

Barcode systems provide an array of benefits, including operational efficiency, better customer service, and improved visibility of key business information to management.

 

1. Accuracy:

 

In the days before barcode technology, many businesses relied on clerks to manually enter information about packages that came across their desks. In

 

 

 

Q. 5 Discuss the importance of a warehouse in the value chain

 

Ans : The warehouse is often overlooked as an unimportant or simple task, not as a vital part of the overall business. Nothing could be further from the truth. A poorly run warehouse can cost a company sales, customers, its reputation and even end its existence.

 

1. Central Location:

 

A warehouse provides a central location for receiving, storing and distributing products. As each inbound shipment arrives, responsibility for the goods transfers to

 

 

 

 

Q.6 Describe the various aspects that a retailer needs to consider while making product

selection.

 

Ans : Choosing a product for your retail store to sell may very well be the most difficult decision you will need to make when starting a retail business. Before you commit to a product or product line, consider the following factors while deciding what products to sell.

 

1. Marketability:

 

Let’s face it, it won’t matter what products you sell if your customers aren’t buying. Before considering what product to sell, determine what market you want to sell to. Once you know what kind of customer you want, then you’ll be able to determine

 

 

 

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BBR504 – VISUAL MERCHANDISE

 

 

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ASSIGNMENT

 

DRIVE FALL

2013

PROGRAM

BBA – RETAIL OPERATIONS

SUBJECT CODE & NAME

BBR504 – VISUAL MERCHANDISE

SEMESTER

5

BK ID

B1805

CREDITS

2

MARKS

30

 

 

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Q.1 What are the common challenges in visual merchandising? 

 

Ans : Challenges in visual merchandising :

 

A good visual merchandising show approach might result in increased sales, increased workforce efficiency and additionally reduced shrinkage which gradually cause increased profit. However, getting artistic merchandising right can feel a mammoth task for most wholesale organisation.The constant development of new products, scarcity of display space allocation and the constant change in consumer preference all add to the challenging environment for visual merchandisers. The dynamic characteristics of the target market is one of the greatest challenges that visual merchandisers face. The changing and volatility of consumer behaviour makes it increasingly difficult for them to maintain consistency. Visual merchandising is the activity

 

 

 

Q.2 What is a colour wheel and Explain the various types of lighting used in retail stores.

 

Ans : Concept of Colour wheel :

 

The colour (hue) wheel is a systematic arrangement of all the colors. There are many different versions of the colour wheel available depending on your needs. There are 6 basic breakdowns of the colour schemes ( and obviously there are many more categories

 

 

 

 

Q.3 Throw light on the grid layout of a store & What do you understand by forced-path layout?

 

Ans : Grid layout :

 

A well-planned retail store layout allows a retailer to maximize the sales for each square foot of the allocated selling space within the store. Store layouts generally show the size and location of each department, any permanent structures, fixture locations and customer traffic patterns.

 

Each floor plan and store layout will depend on the type of products sold, the building location and how much the business can afford to put into the overall store

 

 

 

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