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Total Marks: 80


SUBJECT :MARKETING FINANCE MANAGEMENT

N.B. : All questions are compulsory



Question.1. Define the different types of scheme’s floated by mutual fund’s briefly.

Answer: The Mutual Funds usually invest their funds in equities, bonds, debentures, call money etc., depending on the objectives and terms of scheme floated by MF. Now a days there are MF which even invest in gold or other asset classes.

What is NAV? Define NAV: NAV means Net Asset Value. The investments made by a Mutual Fund are marked to market on daily basis. In other words, we can say that current market value of such investments is calculated on daily basis. NAV is arrived at after deducting all liabilities (except unit capital) of the fund from the realisable value of all assets and dividing by number of units outstanding. Therefore, NAV on a particular day




Question.2. Analyse the trend in different call rates in India.

Answer: The Reserve Bank of India left its benchmark repo rate at 6.75 percent during the meeting held on February 2nd, as expected. While awaiting further data on inflation, policymakers said they would stay accommodative but look forward to the government's budget statement at the end of February. The central bank also decided to keep the cash reserve at 4.0 percent, to provide liquidity under overnight repos at 0.25 percent and to maintain daily variable rate repos and reverse repos to smooth liquidity. Interest Rate in India averaged 6.71






Question.3. Comment on the following statements.

Question.A) Public Deposits are short term substitute for Money.

Answer: Public Deposits: The deposits that are raised by enterprises directly from the public are called as public deposits. The Rates of interest obtained on public deposits are comparatively higher than that obtained from the bank deposits. A person can fill up a prescribed form of the organization and deposit the money on to it. The organization would in return issue an acknowledgement in the form of a deposit receipt. It is only Public deposits take care of both medium and short-term financial requirements of a business. These deposits



Question.b) Public Deposits are addition to savings.

Answer: The insurance coverage of public unit accounts depends upon the type of deposit and the location of the insured depository institution. All time and savings deposits owned by a public unit and held by the public unit's official custodian in an insured depository institution within the State in which the public unit is located are added together and insured up to $250,000. Separately, all demand deposits owned by a public unit and held by the public unit's official custodian in an insured depository institution within the State in which the public unit is located are added together and insured up to $250,000. For the purpose of these rules,




Question.c) Direct acceptance of Deposits by companies pose threat to the working of credit policy in theeconomy.

Answer: The Lessors

1. Specialised Leasing Companies: There are approximately 400 big companies with an organisational focus on leasing, and therefore, called as leasing companies.
2. Banks and Bank-subsidiaries: In February 1994, the RBI allowed banks to directly enter leasing. Till then, only bank subsidiaries were allowed to engage in leasing operations, which was regarded by the RBI as a non-banking activity.
3. Specialised Financial Institutions: A number of



Question.d) The entries in the public deposit raises the debt/equity ratio of the companies.

Answer: An official custodian is an officer, employee, or agent of a public unit having official custody of public funds and lawfully depositing the funds in an insured institution. In order to qualify as an official custodian, a person must have plenary authority - including control - over the funds. Control of public funds includes possession as well as the authority to establish accounts in insured depository institutions and to make deposits, withdrawals and disbursements.

Deposit insurance coverage cannot be increased by dividing


Question.4. Write a brief note on discounting service and its importance in money market.

Answer: As money became a commodity, the money market became a component of the financial markets for assets involved in short-term borrowing, lending, buying and selling with original maturities of one year or less. Trading in money markets is done over the counter and is wholesale.  There are several money market instruments, including treasury bills, commercial paper, bankers' acceptances, deposits, certificates of deposit, bills of exchange, repurchase agreements, federal funds, and short-lived mortgage-, and asset-backed securities. The instruments bear differing maturities, currencies, credit risks, and structure and thus may be used to distribute exposure.  Money markets, which provide liquidity for the global





Question.5. The good absorptive capacity to government securities market has increased due to thedisproportionate support by the RBI. Justify.

Answer: In response to the macroeconomic crisis, a programme of stabilisation and structural adjustment was initiated in July 1991, with wide ranging reform measures encompassing the areas of trade, exchange rate management, industry, public finance and the financial sector. Fiscal correction, exchange rate adjustment, monetary targets and inflation controls constituted the immediate measures for macroeconomic stability.

These measures were supported by structural reforms in the form of industrial deregulation, liberalisation of foreign direct investment, trade liberalisation, overhauling of public enterprises and financial sector reforms. Apart from aiming at restoring the economic stability on both domestic and external fronts, the economic reform programme




Question.6. Give a brief note on different types of options and highlight the various services provided bythem.

Answer: In finance, an option is a contract which gives the buyer (the owner or holder of the option) the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell an underlying asset or instrument at a specified strike price on or before a specified date, depending on the form of the option. The strike price may be set by reference to the spot price (market price) of the underlying security or commodity on the day an option is taken out, or it may be fixed at a discount or at a premium. The seller has the corresponding obligation to fulfill the transaction – to sell or buy – if the buyer (owner) "exercises" the option. An option that conveys to the owner the





Question.7. What are the drawbacks of foreign capital inflow.

Answer: Capital inflows from Multi National Companies (MNCs) primarily refer to inward investment from MNC into European economies.

The effect of these capital inflows involves increased levels of Investment. MNCs inject investment into the economy. This causes several benefits for the economy.

1. Increased Aggregate Demand: As a component of AD, higher Investment will boost AD, causing improved economic growth. This should lead to



Question.8. What is the relationship between short term and long term interest rates.

Answer: You can think of interest as the price for renting money, whether you are borrowing it or loaning it. When you put your money into a savings account, the bank pays you interest for the use of your money. When you take out a mortgage to buy a house, you pay interest to the mortgage company to use its money. The amount of interest charged or earned depends in part on whether the loan is long-term or short-term.

Term: When it comes to interest rates, short-term and long-term are ambiguous phrases. Different financial experts and organizations define the terms differently. For example, the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association considers bonds with

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MIT4034– Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

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[ WINTER, 2015 ] ASSIGNMENT

PROGRAM
Master of Science in Information Technology(MSc IT)Revised Fall 2011
SEMESTER
4
SUBJECT CODE & NAME
MIT4034– Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
CREDITS
4
BK ID
B1638
MARKS
60


Note: Answer all the questions.


Question. 1. Define ERP. What are the benefits of ERP?

Answer:Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a category of business-management software—typically a suite of integrated applications—that an organization can use to collect, store, manage and interpret data from many business activities, including:

·         product planning, cost
·         manufacturing or service delivery
·         marketing and sales
·         inventory management



Question. 2. What are the limitations of integrated management information system?

Answer:A Management Information System (MIS) focuses on the management of information systems to provide efficiency and effectiveness of strategic decision making. The concept may include systems termed transaction processing system, decision support system, expert system, or executive information system. The term is often used in the academic study of businesses and has connections with other areas, such as information



Question. 3. What are the general characteristics of management information systems?

Answer:For information to be useful to the decision maker, it must have certain characteristics and meet certain criteria.

Some of the characteristics of good information are discussed as follows:

i. Understandable:Since information is already in a summarized form, it must be understood by the receiver so that he will interpret it correctly. He must be able to decode any abbreviations, shorthand notations or any other acronyms contained in



Question. 4. Explain cost objects planning.


Answer:An Unexpected Cost: For many years, Carl has been operating his own business selling tools. He begins every day with a morning meeting in which all of his managers report on productivity and voice any concerns. However, one morning Carl has a different approach to his meeting. You see, after speaking with the finance department, Carl was informed that a large portion of profits was being used to fix and maintain some of the machines found within the business. So during the morning meeting, Carl decides to ask his managers what they think about the conditions of the machines. After countless opinions, Carl realizes



Question. 5. Explain why quality management is vital for companies?

Answer:Managing quality is crucial for small businesses. Quality products help to maintain customer satisfaction and loyalty and reduce the risk and cost of replacing faulty goods. Companies can build a reputation for quality by gaining accreditation with a recognized quality standard, such as ISO 9001, published by the International Organization for Standardization.

Customer Expectations: Your customers expect



Question. 6. Compare Commercial ERP and Open Source ERP.

Answer:Here is the comparison between Commercial and Open Source ERP software systems. This study has been made considering different parameter. Study concludes commercial erpsoftwares are suitable only for big corporations and open source business software should be the choice of small and medium scale industries.Know what is open source ERP before proceeding with this study.
Study has been made on following 10 factors while
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MIT4021– C# and .Net

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[ WINTER, 2015 ] ASSIGNMENT

PROGRAM
Master of Science in Information Technology(MSc IT)Revised Fall 2011
SEMESTER
4
SUBJECT CODE & NAME
MIT4021– C# and .Net
CREDITS
4
BK ID
B1187
MARKS
60


Note: Answer all the questions.

Question.1. Explain .NET framework class library.

Answer:

The .Net Framework class library (FCL) provides the core functionality of .Net Framework architecture . The .Net Framework Class Library (FCL) includes a huge collection of reusable classes , interfaces, and value types that expedite and optimize the development process and provide access to system functionality.

The .Net Framework class library (FCL) organized in a hierarchical tree structure and it is divided into Namespaces. Namespaces is a logical grouping of types for the




Question.2. Explain the steps to execute C# programs using visual studio IDE.

Answer:There are different ways for this:

1.Building C# Applications Using csc.exe

While it is true that you might never decide to build a large-scale application using nothing but the C# command-line compiler, it is important to understand the basics of how to compile your code files by hand.

2.Building .NET Applications Using Notepad++




Question.3. Explain the following in context of methods in C# with the help of examples:

Answer:For writing a nested function in C#, we would make use of delegates and anonymous functions. A delegate is nothing but a "function pointer". And an anonymous function is a function/method without a name. Below, we are declaring a delegate which will point to an anonymous function.

// Declare a delegate which will point to different anonymous methods.
public delegate long FactorialDelegate(long n);       



Question.4. What do you mean by members in C#? Explain constant members and read only members also explain properties in C#.

Answer: Classes and structs have members that represent their data and behavior. A class's members include all the members declared in the class, along with all members (except constructors and destructors) declared in all classes in its inheritance hierarchy. Private members in base classes are inherited but are not accessible from derived classes.

The following table lists the kinds of members a class or struct may contain:


Question.5. How to handle exception in C#. Explain the syntax with an example.

Answer:Exceptions are unforeseen errors that happen in your programs. Most of the time, you can, and should, detect and handle program errors in your code. For example, validating user input, checking for null objects, and verifying the values returned from methods are what you expect, are all examples of good standard error handling that you should be doing all the time.

However, there are times when you don't know if an error will occur. For example, you can't predict when you'll receive a file I/O error, run out of system




Question.6. Explain console input and output

Answer:Dennis Ritchie develop the C language without compromising to its compact feature. To attain compactness he deliberately not provided everything related to input output in the definition of the language. So C language doesn’t contain any code to receive data from keyboard and send it on the screen. Then how are we using scanf() and printf()
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