↘ Principles and Practices of Banking- Paper 1st
↘ Financial Services- Paper 2nd
Curriculum of Principles and Practices of Banking- Paper1st ( IIBM – E1017)
|1||Banks:– Meaning, Nature, Characteristic of Indian Banking System, Functions of Commercial Banks – Primary Functions; Secondary Functions; Agency Functions and Utility Functions, Role of Banks in The Development of Economy (Financial Inclusion)|
|2||Indian Banking System:- History, Classification and Present Scenario, Reserve Bank of India: Role and Functions, Techniques of Credit Control.|
|3||Credit Creation:- Meaning Process, Limitation of Credit Creation.|
|4||Banker Customer Relationships:- Various Types of Relationships, KYC Norms, Special Types of Accounts, Mandate and Power of Attorney, Banker’s Lien, Right of Set off, Garnishee Order and Attachment Order.|
|5||Type of Deposit Account:- Process of Opening Bank Accounts, Pay in Slip, Cheque Book, Pass Book, ATM Cum Debit Card, Credit Card, Advantages of Bank Account, No Frill Account, Loan and Advances: Introduction, Classification of Loans, Principles of Good Lending, Loan Procedure followed by Banks, Evaluating Consumer and Commercial Loans.|
|6||Banking Systems:- Corporate Banking, Retail Banking and Merchant Banking, Treasury Management, Cash Management System: Concept of Cash Management Services for Corporate Entity.|
|7||Negotiable Instruments:- Definition and Features of Cheques, Bills of Exchange, Promissory Note, Holder, Holder In Due Course, Paying Banker & Collecting Banker: Right & Liabilities, Reasons for Dishonour of Cheques, Crossing of Cheques, Endorsement of a Cheque.|
|8||Banking Sector Reforms:- Liberalization of Banking Sector, Narsimham Committee-1st And 2ndGeneration Reforms, Capital Adequacy: Base II Norms (New Capital Adequacy Frame Work)|
|9||Non Performing assets (NPA’s):- Introduction, Classification of NPA’s, Provisions for NPAs, Management of NPA’s.|
|10||Core Banking Solution, RTGS, NEFT, EFT, ALM, AML. E-Banking: Introduction of E-Banking, E-Cheques, Advantages and Disadvantages of E-Banking Cheque Truncation, Mergers of Banks, Global Banking Activities.|
Curriculum of Financial Services- Paper 2nd ( IIBM – E 1018)
|1||Financial Services :- Meaning, Types, And Their Importance|
|2||Merchant Banking :-Origin And Development Of Merchant Banking In India Scope, Organizational Aspects And Importance of Merchant Bankers, Latest Guidelines of SEBI w.r.t. Merchant Bankers.|
|3||Mutual Funds and AMCs :-Concept, Origin And Growth Of Mutual Funds, Constitution & Management of MFs – Sponsors, Trustees, AMCs, and Custodians. Classification of Mutual Fund Schemes, Advantages And Disadvantages In Mutual Fund Schemes, NAV and Pricing of Mutual Fund Units. State of Mutual Funds In India.|
|4||Leasing :- Concept and Development of Leasing, Business Difference Between Leasing & Hire Purchase, Types of Leasing Business, Advantages To Lessor and Lessee.|
|5||Factoring :-Development of Factoring Types & Importance, Procedural Aspects In Factoring, Financial Aspects, Prospects of Factoring in India.|
|6||Plastic Money :- Concept and Different Forms of Plastic Money – credit and debit cards, Pros and Cons. Credit Process followed by Credit Card Organizations. Factors Affecting Utilisation of Plastic Money in India.|
|7||Credit Rating :- The Concept and Objective of Credit Rating, Various Credit Rating Agencies in India and International Credit Rating Agencies, Factors Affecting Credit Rating & Procedural Aspects.|
|8||Venture Capital :-Concepts and Characteristics of Venture Capital, Venture Capital in India, Guidelines for Venture Capital.|
|9||Call Money Market:-Introduction, Meaning, Participation, Location, Volume of Call Loans, Call Rates, Recent Developments.
Treasury bill Market:-Introduction, 91 Days, 182 Days Treasury Bill Market.
Commercial Bill Market:- Introduction, Bills of Exchange, Size of Market, Schemes, Rates, Factors behind Underdevelopment.
Market for CPs and CDs:- Introduction, Interest Rate Determination, Discount Market and Market for Financial Guarantees.
|10||Depository :-Introduction, Concept, Depository Participants, Functioning of Depository Systems, Demat, Remat, Process of Switching Over to Depository Systems, Benefits, Depository Systems in India, SEBI Regulation.|