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SMU BSC IT SEM -1 FALL 2014 SOLVED ASSIGNMENTS

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PROGRAM BSC-IT

SEMESTER 1

SUBJECT CODE &

NAME

BT0063- MATHEMATICS FOR IT

 

1 Differentiate x w.r .t.x sinx 10 10

 

  1. Prove that the set Z4 = {0, 1, 2, 3} is an abelian group w.r.t. addition

modulo 4.

 

  1. Find the sum to

 

 

 

. One third of the students in a class are girls and the rest are boys.The probability that a girl gets a first class is 0.4 and that of a boy is0.3. If a student having first class is selected, find the probability that the student is a girl.

 

  1. Evaluate

 

 

 

  1. The mean and standard deviation of 63 children on an average test arerespectively 27.6 and 7.1. To them are added a new group of 26 who haveless training and whose mean is 19.2 and standard deviation is 6.2. How willthe value of combined group differ from those of the original 63 children as to mean and standard deviation?

 

 

 

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PROGRAM BSc IT

SEMESTER FIRST

SUBJECT CODE &

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BT0066, Database Management Systems

 

1 Explain the concept of data independence and explain why it is required?

 

2 Draw and explain the diagram of SQL server 2000 architecture. 6+4 10

 

3 What do you mean by indexed sequential file organization? Explain with the help of an example.

 

4 What is the system catalog in RDBMS? Also explain what information is stored in the system catalog.

5 What do you mean by semantics of TRC queries? Give an example of TRC queries.

 

6 Explain BCNF with an example.

 

 

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PROGRAM BSC IT

SEMESTER FIRST

SUBJECT CODE &

NAME

BT0065, C PROGRAMMING AND DATA STRUCTURES – THEORY

 

1 Write an algorithm to check whether a given number is even or odd number and after that draw the flowchart.

 

2 Explain the structure of the C program. 10 10

 

3 What is structure? What is its importance? Explain with an example how to declare and initialize structure.

 

4 What do you mean by dynamic memory allocation? Explain the three functions for dynamic memory allocation in C language.

 

5 Write C program to implement stack using arrays. 10 10

 

6 What do you mean by binary tree? Explain the storage representations of binary tree.

 

 

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PROGRAM BSC IT

SEMESTER I

SUBJECT CODE & NAME BT0064, LOGIC DESIGN

 

  1. Solve each of the following 4-bit subtraction problems using 2’s complement representation.

 

  1. (00110)2 – (00101)2
  2. (01100)2 – (01010)2

iii. (1011)2 – (1001)2

  1. (0111)2 – (0001)2
  2. (0010)2 – (1000)2

 

 

2 Draw the symbol for XNOR & X-OR and explain the truth table?

 

3 What are adders? Explain half adders and full adders with circuit diagrams.

 

4 What is ring counter? Explain it working with the help of diagram. 2+6+2 10

 

5 Explain any five types of digital to analog convertors. 5*2 10

 

6 What are shift registers? Explain serial in serial out shift register.

 

 

 

 

 

PROGRAM B. SC IT

SEMESTER FIRST

SUBJECT CODE & NAME BT0062- Fundamentals of IT

 

1 What is the role of computers in business and in science and engineering? Explain.

 

2 Differentiate between primary memory and secondary memory.

 

3 What is cache memory? Explain the importance of cache computer memory.

 

4 Write the steps to insert one or more columns and one or more cells in MS Excel.

 

5 What do you mean by animations? Explain web animation.

 

6 What is Internet? What is the use of it Internet in the modern world.

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SMU BSC IT SEM -2 FALL 2014 SOLVED ASSIGNMENTS

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ASSIGNMENT

PROGRAM BSc IT
SEMESTER SECOND
SUBJECT CODE & NAME BT0068, Computer Organization and Architecture
CREDIT 4
BK ID B0952
MAX.MARKS 60

 

  1. Subtract (76425-28321) using 10’s complement. Show the steps. 2. Subtract (28531-345620) using 10’s complement. Show the steps.

2 What do you mean by bus in computer system? Explain the bus structure.

3 Explain the instruction format with diagram and examples.

4 Explain the non-negative integers and negative integers representation.

5 Explain the mapping functions between the main memory and CPU.

6 Write a short note on DMA controller. Draw the diagram of it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ASSIGNMENT

PROGRAM BSc IT
SEMESTER SECOND
SUBJECT CODE & NAME BT0070, Operating Systems
CREDIT 4
BK ID B0954
MAX.MARKS 60

 

1 Describe the mechanism of process creation in an OS.

 

2 Suppose that the following processes arrive for execution at the

times indicated.

Process Burst Time

P1 24

P2 3

P3 3

  1. Suppose the process arrives in the order P1, P2, P3 and

 

  1. Suppose the process arrive in the order P2, P3, P1.

For both the above situation draw the Grantt Chart and calculate the waiting time for each process and average waiting time.

 

3 Write short notes on:

  1. Critical section problem
  2. Buffering

4 What are TLBs? Why they are required in paging?

5 Describe the techniques of free space management of free space list.

6 What are computer viruses? How do they affect our system?

 

 

 

 

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ASSIGNMENT

PROGRAM BSc IT
SEMESTER SECOND
SUBJECT CODE & NAME BT0072, COMPUTER NETWORKS
CREDIT 4
BK ID B0956
MAX.MARKS 60

 

1 What is Message switching and Packet switching?

2 What is Framing? Briefly explain Fixed-Size Framing, Variable Size Framing,

3 What is Stop-and-Wait Automatic Repeat Request? Briefly explain.

4 What is the role of Internet Protocol version 4 (IPV4) in addressing and routing packets between hosts? Briefly explain the structure of an IPV4 packet.

5 How SMTP works? Briefly explain applications of SMTP.

6 What is SSL protocol? How SSL handles a message?

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BT0071,TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION – THEORY

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PROGRAM BSc IT
SEMESTER SECOND
SUBJECT CODE & NAME BT0071,TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION – THEORY
CREDIT 4
BK ID B0954
MAX.MARKS 60

 

1 What’s Audience Analysis? Explain its significance in Technical Communication

Answer : In few words, audience analysis is to know more about your end-users.

 

Audience Analysis is the task to identify your target audience to make sure that the information provided in the end-user documentation is suitable for satisfying their information requirements.

 

Why should you conduct Audience Analysis?

 

 

 

2 Explain the role of a technical editor. Differentiate between Micro and Macro editing.

Answer : To understand the role of a technical editor, a person must first understand technical editing. The term, simplified and in the context of technical communication, is the process of reviewing, revising, reorganizing, and many other gerunds that begin with “re.” The goal of editing is to take an author’s work and improve it—for whatever goal that author has. The goals of each author (and of each industry) are different—they may be writing for publication, for presentations, or for their companies. All the

 

 

 

3 Explain the various phases involved in System Development Life Cycle (SDLC).

 

Answer : System Study

Preliminary system study is the first stage of system development life cycle. This is a brief investigation of the system under consideration and gives a clear picture of what actually the physical system is? In practice, the initial system study involves the preparation of a System proposal which lists the Problem Definition, Objectives of the Study, Terms of reference for Study, Constraints, Expected benefits of the new system, etc. in the light of the user requirements. The system proposal is prepared by the System Analyst

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BT0069, Discrete Mathematics

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PROGRAM BSc IT
SEMESTER SECOND
SUBJECT CODE & NAME BT0069, Discrete Mathematics
CREDIT 4
BK ID B0953
MAX.MARKS 60

 

  1. No. 1 A bit is either 0 or 1: a byte is a sequence of 8 bits. Find the number of bytes that, (a) can be formed (b)begin with 11 and end with 11 (c)begin with 11 and do not end with 11 (d) begin with 11 or end with 11. 4×2.5 10

Answer:  (a) Since the bits 0 or 1 can repeat, the eight positions can be filled up either by 0 or 1 in 28 ways. Hence the number of bytes that can be formed is 256.

(b) Keeping two positions at the beginning by 11 and the two positions at the end by 11, there are four open positions, which can be filled up

 

 

2 (i) State the principle of inclusion and exclusion.

(ii) How many arrangements of the digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 contain at least one of the patterns 289, 234 or 487? 4+6 10

 

Answer:

  1. Principle of Inclusion and Exclusion

For any two sets P and Q, we have;

  1. i) |P Q| ≤ |P| + |Q| where |P| is the number of elements in P, and |Q| is the number elements in Q.
  2. ii) |P Q| ≤ min (|P|, |Q|)

iii) |P O Q| = |P| + |Q| – 2|P  ∩ Q| where O is the symmetric difference.

 

 

  1. 3X8! – 6!

 

 

 

 

3 If G is a group, then

  1. i) The identity element of G is unique.
  2. ii) Every element in G has unique inverse in G.

iii)

 

4 (i) Define valid argument

(ii) Show that ~(P  ^Q) follows from ~ P ^ ~Q. 5+5= 10

Answer: i)

Definition

Any conclusion, which is arrived at by following the rules is called a valid conclusion and argument is called a valid argument.

 

5 (i) Construct a grammar for the language.

 

 ‘L{x/ xє{ ab} the number of as in x is a multiple of 3.

 

(ii)Find the highest type number that can be applied to the following productions:

  1. S→ A0, A 1 І 2 І B0, B 012.
  2. S → ASB І b, A bA І c ,
  3. S bS І bc. 5+5 10

Answer: i)

Let T = {a, b} and N = {S, A, B},

is a starting symbol.

 

 

ii)

  1. Here, S®A0, A®B0 and B ®012 are of type 2, while A ®1 and A ®2 are type 3. Therefore, the highest type number is 2.
  2. Here, S®ASB is

 

 

 

6 (i) Define tree with example

(ii) Any connected graph with ‘n’ vertices and n -1 edges is a tree. 5+5 10

Answer: i)

Definition

A connected graph without circuits is called a tree.

Example

Consider the two trees G1 = (V, E1) and G2 = (V, E2) where V = {a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j}

E1 = {{a, c}, {b, c}, {c, d}, {c, e}, {e, g}, {f,

 

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MA0039 & RETAIL BANKING

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DRIVE FALL 2014

 

SUBJECT CODE & NAME – MA0039 &  RETAIL BANKING

 

Q1 Explain the reasons for retail growth- An analysis. Give the advantages of retail banking. Explain the barriers to the development of banking sector in India. 

(Explanation of reasons for retail growth-an analysis, Advantages of retail banking, Explanation of the barriers to the development of banking sector in India)3,3,4

Answer.

Reasons for retail growth-an analysis

  1. Economic prosperity and the consequent increase in purchasing power have given a boost to a consumer boom. Note that during the 10 years after 1992, India’s economy grew at an average rate of 6.8 percent and continues to grow at almost the same rate – not many countries in the world match this perfor

 

Q2.

Write short notes on:

  1. a) Door step Banking
  2. b) Mobile Banking

 (Door step banking, Mobile Banking)4,6  

Answer.

  1. a) Door step Banking

Customers demand for services is such that banks need to provide banking service at their place of residence. Phone banking has been developed in banks to cater to such requirements of the customers. Through phone banking, a customer is able to get cash from or deposit cash into their account sitting

Q3 Explain about the types of customers in retail banking.  

Individuals

  • Joint account holder
  • Sole proprietor
  • Partnership
  • Karta  

Answer.

Joint account holder

Two persons can open a joint account with a bank. Bank is required to obtain clear operational instructions from the joint account holders. The account can

 

Q4. Explain about cheque and its features. Explain the aspects on which a banker has to verify.

 (Explanation of cheque and its features, Explanation of aspects on which a banker has to verify)3,7 

Answer.

Ccheque and its features

Cheques are the main instruments, which are used in settlement of money transactions. When a cheque is presented for payment, a banker is required to verify whether the cheque is in order before effecting payment.  According to section 6 of NI Act, a “cheque” is a bill of exchange drawn on a specified banker and not expressed to be payable otherwise than on demand. ‘Cheque’ includes electronic image of a truncated cheque and a

 

Q5. Explain about clearing cheque and its features. Explain about Inter Bank Settlements. 

(Explanation of clearing cheque, Explanation about Inter bank settlements)5,5

Answer.

Clearing cheque

Cheques are used as instruments to settle business transactions. One customer draws a cheque in favour of another customer and hands over   the cheque in settlement of his dues arising out of a business transaction. The person who draws the cheque is called ‘drawer’ and the person in whose favour the cheque is drawn is called ‘payee’.  The payee deposits the cheque into his account and

 

Q6. Explain on Leveraging Technology. Write about Product and process innovation. Also write down on Technology Vs Global competition.

(Explanation on leveraging technology, Explanation on product and process innovation, Explanation on Technology Vs Global competition)3,5,2

Answer.

 Leveraging technology

The implementation of technology in banks has prompted them to leverage technology to a maximum extent to offer services through multiple channels. Both banks and customers are benefited through leverage of technology. Other than traditional banking, banks are able to offer new products and services through leverage of technology and include, ATM debit card, credit cards, Internet banking, mobile banking, electronic funds transfer (RTGS and NEFT), and online trading (Demat

 

 

 

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MA0038 & BANKING MANAGEMENT

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DRIVE- FALL 2014

SEMESTER - III

SUBJECT CODE & NAME

 

MA0038 & BANKING MANAGEMENT

 

Qus:1 Explain the principles of banking. Explain the role of banks.

  • Explanation of principles of banking
  • Explanation of role of banks

Answer:

 Explanation of principles of banking:

Banks have to adopt certain principles in their business. These are known as the principles of banking or the pillars of banking. The five principles of banking on which a bank stands are as follows:

 

Qus:2 Explain about the operational efficiency and productivity planning. Explain about the business planning and targeting.

  • Explanation of operational efficiency and productivity planning
  • Explanation of business planning and targeting.

Answer:

Explanation of operational efficiency and productivity planning:

Operational efficiency refers to the efficiency in banking operations. It refers to the degree of efficiency of a process or set of processes. For example, clearing cheques is a process akin to all banks. The success of clearing house, say, in New Delhi is dependent on efficiency of all banks participating in clearing in New Delhi bankers clearing house. Here, the efficiency of all banks

 

Qus:3 Explain the applicability of Marketing Mix in Banks. Write about Private Vs Public Banks.

  • Explanation of applicability of Marketing Mix in Banks
  • Explanation of Private Vs Public Banks

Answer:

Explanation of applicability of Marketing Mix in Banks:

Product:

The primary role of banks is to accept deposits from the people who have surplus money and channelise them in the form of loans to the people who need money for an economic activity. The entire marketing process in banks, therefore, is to attract the surplus money in the hands of

 

Qus:4 Explain the Asset Liability Management (ALM) Strategy. Write about the ALM perspectives.

  • Explanation of ALM strategy
  • Explanation of ALM perspectives

Answer:

Explanation of ALM strategy:

The objectives of ALM are achieved through:

 

Spread management: It is otherwise known as interest spread or interest margin. It is the difference between the interest earned on deployment of funds and interest paid on the deposits and other financial resources obtained by banks

 

 

Qus:5 Explain the kinds of mergers. Write about the valuation procedures in mergers and acquisitions.

  • Explanation of kinds of mergers
  • Explanation of valuation procedures in mergers and acquisitions

Answer:

 Explanation of kinds of mergers:

The kinds of mergers that are available as below:

 

  • Horizontal mergers: This refers to merger of companies which are in similar line of business. The merger in such cases will be to reduce competition and to pool the market share of business. These types of mergers are also known as “annexing mergers

 

 

Qus:6 Write short notes on:

Profitability Analysis Models

Risk based Models

Traditional Performance Models

  • Explanation of profitability analysis models
  • Explanation of risk based models
  • Explanation of traditional performance models

Answer:

 Explanation of profitability analysis models:

 

The ratios evaluate the banks’ performance and can provide comparison with other banks’ performance.

 

  • Return on Equity (ROE):

ROE is an important ratio which helps to analyse banks’ financial condition. If ROE of a bank is low when compared to other banks,

 

 

 

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MA0037 & BANKING RELATED LAWS AND PRACTICES

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DRIVE- FALL 2014

 

SUBJECT CODE & NAME- MA0037 &  BANKING RELATED LAWS AND PRACTICES

 

Q1. Explain the characteristics of a negotiable instrument. Give the differences between promissory note and bill of exchange.  

(Explanation of negotiable instrument,  Differences between promissory note and bill of exchange)5,5

Answer.

Negotiable instrument

According to Section 13 (1) of the Negotiable Instrument Act, negotiable instrument means a promissory note, bill of exchange or cheque payable either to order or to bearer. It is used to transfer a debt from one account to another and from one person to another person.

 

Q2. Write the duties and rights of Bailor. Explain the duties and rights of Bailee.

(Explanation of duties and rights of bailor, Explanation of duties and rights of bailee)5,5  

Answer.

Duties and rights of bailor

Duties of Bailor 

  1. To disclose known facts – It is the first and foremost duty of the bailor to disclose the known facts about the goods bailed to the bailee. In the absence of such disclosure, he is responsible for any damage caused to the bailee directly from such

 Q3. Explain the powers of RBI with respect to authorized persons. Write down the points under Appellate authorities. Also write the differences between contravention and compounding in Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA). 

 (Explanation of powers of RBI with respect to authorized persons, Points under Appellate authorities  Differences between contravention and compounding FEMA )3,4,3 

Answer.

Powers of RBI with respect to authorized persons

Appointment of authorised persons – The authorised persons are appointed by RBI and they are authorised to deal in foreign exchange. The person so appointed shall work under the direction of RBI and shall have to comply with the rules and regulations so framed or formulated by RBI from time to time for

 

Q4. Explain the conditions that are to be applied for raising funds from qualified institutional investor. Write the measures of asset reconstruction.

 (Explanation of conditions that are to be applied for raising funds from qualified institutional investor, Explanation of measures of asset reconstruction )6,4 

Answer.

Conditions to be applied for raising funds from qualified institutional investor

The securitisation or reconstruction company raises funds for acquisition by issue of security receipts. Here the following conditions are to be satisfied:

For each financial asset acquired or to be acquired, there should be a

 

Q5.  Explain the powers of the Board. Explain the banking codes and rules.

(Explanation of powers of the Board,  Explanation of banking codes and rules)5,5  

Answer.

Powers of the Board

The board ensures adherence to the ‘Codes of Bank’s Commitment to Customers’ by member banks. The Code is voluntary and sets minimum standards of banking practices for banks to follow when they are dealing with individual customers in their routine operations. The Code not only offers protection to the individual customers but also aims to generate awareness in the common man about his rights as a consumer of banking services. For breach of the Code by the member banks, the Board shall be

 

Q6 Explain the cooperative banks principles. Explain about the business that can be done by a Co-operative Banks. 

(Explanation of cooperative bank principles, Explanation of business that can be done by a co-operative banks )5,5 

Answer.

Cooperative bank principles

  1. Voluntary and open membership Cooperatives are voluntary organisations, open to all persons who are willing to accept the responsibilities of its membership and thereby, avail its services. Membership is offered without any gender, social, racial, political, or religious discrimination.

 

 

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MA0036 & FINANCIAL SYSTEM & COMMERCIAL BANKING

 

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DRIVE FALL 2014

 

SUBJECT CODE & NAME- MA0036 & FINANCIAL SYSTEM & COMMERCIAL BANKING

 

Q1. Explain the significance of financial system. Write the characteristics, need and importance of financial system.

(Explanation of significance of financial system, Explanation of characteristics, need and importance of financial system)4,6

Ans.

Significance of financial system

The term financial system is a set of inter-related economic activities working together to achieve economic development. It includes different markets, institutions, instruments, services and mechanisms that influence the generation of savings, investment, capital formation and growth. According to Robinson, the primary function of the

 

 

Q2. Write the features of money market and its constituents. Explain about the margin trading and give one example.

(Explanation of features and constituents of money market, Explanation of margin trading with example)6,4

Ans.

Features and constituents of money market

Money market covers financial assets which are close substitutes for money and the money as well.

The money market performs the following main functions:

 

Q3. Write short notes on:

a)Commercial Banks

b)Cooperative Banks

(Explanation of commercial banks, Explanation of cooperative banks)5,5

Ans.

a)Commercial Banks

Commercial banks are the largest financial intermediaries. The intermediation is the process of linking savers as well as investors and those who make use of funds for developing their business. Banking institutions in India have played a predominant role in augmenting savings from the public and helping the economy in channelising the same for

 

Q4. Explain the formation and purpose of Reserve Bank of India. Write the functions of RBI.

(Explanation of formation and purpose of RBI., Functions of RBI)4,6

Ans.

Formation and purpose of RBI

Formation The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is the central bank of our country.  It was established by the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934, and started functioning from 1 April 1935.  The bank was originally promoted as a Public Limited Company with a paid up capital of ` 5 crores.  Subsequently, it took over the function of currency issue from the Government of India and the power of credit control from the then Imperial Bank of India.  In 1948, immediately after independence, the RBI was nationalised, following the post-war trend of nationalisation of central banks all over the

 

Q5. Explain the features of core banking system. Explain the electronic fund transfer and its benefits.

(Features of core banking system, Explanation of electronic fund transfer and its benefits)4,6

Ans.

Features of core banking system

The given below are the key features of core banking:

  • 24X7X365 Banking possible without break.
  • Anywhere banking facilitates operations from any corner of the globe.
  • Integration with strategic sectors ensures banking requirements across

 

Q6. Explain the perspectives in retail banking and also explain the five questions that are to be answered by the financial institution.

(Explanation of perspectives in retail banking, Explanation of all the points that are answered by financial institutions)5,5

Ans.

Perspectives in retail banking

The growth is very hard to find as the revenue of the business is always under intense pressure and due to the in

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MBF 310 FINACLE CONSUMER BANKING

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ASSIGNMENT

 

DRIVE SUMMER 2014
PROGRAM MBABF
SEMESTER III
SUBJECT CODE & NAME MBF 310

FINACLE CONSUMER BANKING

CREDITS 1
MARKS 50

 

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.

 

 

  1. 1. Explain in Detail what is

Scheme Code in Finacle

Scheme Type in Finacle

 

Answer:Scheme Code in Finacle:

  • SBBAS – Saving Bank – Basic Saving Account
  • SBCHQ – Saving Bank –With Cheque Book
  • SBGEN – Saving Bank – Without Cheque Book
  • SBPEN – Saving Bank – Pensioners With Cheque Book
  • SBPWC – Saving Bank – Pensioners Without Cheque Book
  • SBSAN – Saving Bank – Sanchayika
  1. 2. Explain in the detail of modifications that can be carried out in Finacle.

 

Answer: At Customer Level: Modification of a transaction

  • Modification is possible only up to posted state.
  • System does not allow to modify Account_ Id. In this case user have to delete this
  • transaction and add the transaction again with correct Account_Id.
  • Instrument type – once detail is filled and pressed F4 then it becomes un modifiable.
  • Instrument date – once detail is filled and pressed F4 then it becomes un modifiable.

At Account Level: TRANSACTION IN SUSPENSE ACCOUNT

Let’s take an example of granting an LFC advance to an employee who has a saving fundaccount in the branch.

 

  1. 3. Outline the various Screens to be visited in Finacle while opening a Term Deposit Account

 

Answer: Fill  in  all  details  of  above  first  screen  i.e *( Customer Name,  Shortname ,Type , Status As on ( Ctrl+X  for currentDate) , Group, Gender, Occupation, Constitution, Staff ( If yes Staff No/Employee ID) Minor , Trade Finacle Customer ( Default N) IntroducerName  , Status , Date of Birth of Customer , Nat ID ( *Optional as itscustomized for Banks , AADHAR NO in India, SSN no in USA ,your Country’sCitizenship No /Social Security No*),  Martial

 

  1. 4.Explain in detail in Finacle

 

Answer: Finacle provides the facility to grant Temporary Over Draft to the customer. In case at thetime of debiting an account, If there is short fall or sufficient credit is not available in theaccount , User can grant Temporary Over Draft to the customer . User can avail this facilityonly if bank permit to do so.

Type of transaction and their Short name

  • For cash transaction – C

 

  1. 5.Explain the various Status in a Transaction.

 

Answer: We enter a/c no and transaction details, we press F4 to come to next mandatory field. Inthis stage if we find that the a/c no. is wrong, the system won’t allow us to modify a/c no. Inthis case, user have to delete the part tran and enter a new part tran.

The steps are as follows –

  1. In specify option field, use up/down arrow to go to the part tranwhich is to be deleted.
  2. Specify option –Type D (Delete Part Tran) & press F4. The system will show part tran status as ‘ *D DELETE REQUESTED’. Now we need to enter a new part tran

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MBF 309 FINACLE CORPORATE BANKING

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ASSIGNMENT

 

DRIVE SUMMER 2014
PROGRAM MBABF
SEMESTER III
SUBJECT CODE & NAME MBF 309

FINACLE CORPORATE BANKING

CREDITS 1
MARKS 50

 

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.

 

 

  1. 1. Explain in detail the different types of Repayment Methods available in Finacle for Term Loans

 

Answer:Finacle corporate e-banking is a proven, secure and multi-channel enabled Internet banking solution to power tomorrow’s banks and their corporate customers. The solution brings together personalized real-time financial management with a rich and diverse feature set delivering global account management and liquidity management, financial supply chain management, with online transactional capabilities. Built on a configurable and

 

  1. 2. What are all the different Types of DP Indicators available in Finacle.

 

Answer:All other mandatory fields needs to be filled. Then Press F6 for next screen Put appropriate information as per sanction letter and Press F4 for accepting Scheme Details. In Option field enter H for entering Sanction and DP (Drawing Power) Details and Press F4. Then following screen will appear: In the above screen of Sanction Details, enter the following fields as: Sanction / Expiry / Document / Review Date Sanction Level / Authority / Ref. No. and Security Description. Then Press F4. Following Drawing Power Details screen will appear: In the above

 

 

  1. 3. List the various transaction menus in Loan Accounts

 

Answer: On Loan Account, you can perorm the following operations:

  • Apply payment
  • Making adjustments
  • Apply charges
  • Repay loan
  • View transaction history
  • View the installment details
  • Display repayment schedule

 

 

  1. 4.What is Recall Flag?

 

Answer: To ensure equitable access to its collections to all users, the library provides a recall service which shortens the loan period of materials charged to one borrower so that they can be used by another borrower. All charged items are subject to recall at any time, and must be returned by the recall due date. When an item has been requested for recall by another user, the borrower to whom it is currently charged is notified by e-mail or mail

 

  1. 5.Explain in detail the Disbursement Schedule concept in Finacle

 

Answer: Disbursement is the act of paying out or disbursing money. Disbursements can include money paid out to run a business, spending cash, dividend payments, and/or the amounts that a lawyer might have to pay out on a person’s behalf in connection with a transaction. When money is disbursed, it is a cash outflow. Cash flow is a measure of the cash inflow, revenue, and cash outflows, or disbursements. Ideally, there will be more money flowing in than

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