B.M.S.

Bachelor in Management Studies (B.M.S)

Semester I
1.1.1
Foundation of Human Skills
1.1.2
Introduction to Financial Accounts
1.1.3
Business Law
1.1.4
Business Communication
1.1.5
Business Statistics
1.1.6
Principles of Managment
1.1.7
Introduction to Computer

Semester II
1.2.1
Business Environment
1.2.2
Industrial Law
1.2.3
Computer Applications in Business
1.2.4
Managerial Economics - I
1.2.5
Business Mathamatics
1.2.6
Introduction to cost Accounting
1.2.7
Environmental Management

Semester III
2.3.1
A/c
Management Accounting
2.3.2
Cost
Marketing Management
2.3.3
Aud
Managerial Economics
2.3.4
Eco
Business aspects in Banking and Insurance
2.3.5
Law
Production Management and Material Management
2.3.6
FC
Strategic Management

Semester IV
2.4.1
FM
Productivity and Quality mgt
2.4.2
MGM
Elements of Direct & Indirect tax
2.4.3
TAX
Export-import procedure and documentation
2.4.4
COM
Co-operative and rural markets
2.4.5
Law
Research methods in business
2.4.6
IT
Public relation mgt
2.4.7
QM
Quantitative Methods

Semester V

3.5.1
A/c
Human resource Management
3.5.2
Cost
Service sector Management
3.5.3
Aud
Financial Management
3.5.4
MGM
Elements of Logistic & supply chain Management
3.5.5
TAX
Business ethics and corporate social resp..
3.5.6
ECO
SSF E-Commerce

Semester VI

3.6.1
A/c
Enterpreneurship and mgt of SMEs
3.6.2
Cost
OR
3.6.3
Aud
IF
3.6.4
MGM
Indian Management thought & practice
3.6.5
TAX
International marketing
3.6.6
MGM
Retail Management - IAPM - Econometrics

B.M.S. / Third Year - Vth Semester (REVISED)
Financial Management
  • I. Introduction:
    • Meaning and Scope of Financial Management
    • Changing Role of Finance Managers
    • Functions and Objectives of Financial Management
  • Working Capital Management:
    • Definition - GWC & NWC (Explain Core Assets & Non Core Assets)
    • Components of Working Capital
    • Factors Determining Working Capital
  • Receivables Management:
    • Meaning and Importance
    • Credit Policy Variables
    • Cash Study on Credit Evaluation
    • Methods of Credit Evaluation
      • Traditional and Numerical Credit Scoring
    • Monitoring the debtors - Techniques
      • DSO, Ageing Schedule, Collection Matrix
  • Cash Management:
    • Motives of Holding Cash
    • Strategies of Cash Management
    • Cash Budget Meaning & Objectives
    • Budgeting of receipts and payments - Trading, Non trading and capital
    • Preparation of monthly budget and finding out closing cash balance
      (Excl. Financial Statements to be made from the Working Capital)
  • II. Cost of Capital & Capital Structures:
    • Types of capital
    • Debt
    • Equity
    • Retained Earnings
    • Preference
    • Cost of Capital for each type of capital
    • Weighted Cost of Capital
    • Marginal Cost of Capital
    • Designing Capital Structure Alternatives
      Types of Leverages (Combined Operating Financial)
  • III. Capital Budgeting:
    • Introduction, types of capital, sources of capital
    • Evaluation of capital expenditure proposal from given cash flow, concept of present value
    • Techniques of appraisal of investment proposal
    • Payback period method, Averages rate of return method
    • Net present value method
    • Profitability index method
  • IV. Business Restructuring :
    • Importance
    • Financial Implication
    • Valuation
    • Types of Business Restructuring:
      • Merger
      • Amalgamation
      • De-Merger
      • Other Restructurings
        (Elementary accounting problems - testing fundamental knowledge only)
    • Long Term & Short Term Sources of Finance:
      • Traditional & Modern instruments of Finance including Securitizations.
Special Studies in Finance (SSF)
  • I. Economics Value Addition (EVA):
    Current Developments
    • Deferred Tax (Assets & Liabilities) - AS - 22
    • Segment Reporting (AS - 17)
    • Initial Public Offer (I.P.O.)
    • Employees Stock Option Plan (E.S.O.P.)
    • Sweat Equity
    • Financial Derivation & Future Derivations
      • AS - 30 - Recognition & Measurement
      • AS - 31 - Representation
  • II. Appraisal of Term Loan:
    Project Report - Structure of Project Report
  • III. Accounting for effects of changes in foreign exchange rates (AS11):
    • In relation to purchase and sale of goods, services and assets and loan and credit transactions.
    • Computation and treatment of exchange differences
  • IV. Financial Services :
    • Hire Purchase
    • Lease
    • Capital Market
    • Underwriting
    • Merchant Banking
    • Credit ratings
    • Mutual Funds