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B&I- Course outline and Session wise teaching learning Plan Semester

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NCRDS STERLING INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES


(Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

MMS 2013-14

SEMESTER - III

COURSE OUTLINE & SESSION WISE TEACHING PLAN

BANKING & INSURANCE

Course Faculty Time Duration :

Prof. Rakhi R. Shrivastava 15 Sessions (3hrs each)

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BANKING & INSURANCE


Course Title Course Code Sessions Semester Max. Marks : : : : : Banking & Insurance 15 (3hrs each) III (Finance Specialization) 40+60=100

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Course Description
The Banking and Insurance Industry has undergone tremendous transformation in the last few decades. The nationalization of prominent commercial banks has strengthened in the banker-customer relationship. The measures taken by the Reserve Bank of India and other regulatory bodies have strengthened the banking industry and raised the level of confidence in the minds of public about the banking sector. The present generation of banks has evolved into a new model for both bankers and their customers.

Reference Text Book Readings


1. Banking in the New Millennium by ICFAI University Banking Series edited by N Rajshekar 2. Banking Stategy by ICFAI University Banking Series by Katuri Nageshwara Rao. 3. Central banking by Charles Goodhart 4. Indian Banking by N Natarajan and R. Parameswaran 5. Risk Management in Banks. Concepts and Applications by S Singh and Yogesh Singh. Excel books 6. Banking Theory, Law and practice by R Rajesh and T Sivagnanasithi. Tata McGrawHill Companies 7. Money, Banking, International Trade and Public Finance by Dr. D. M. Mithani. Himalaya Publishing House.

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SESSION PLAN OF THE COURSE CONTENT


Sr. No. Topic No. Name of the Subtopic Value Added Teaching

MODULE I: BANKING
1 (Session 1 of 3 Hrs) Introduction (Basics) to Banking Features of Banking Classification of Banking Role of Banks in an Economy Importance of Banking and Economic Development Structure, Growth and Development of Banking in India (Banking Sector Reforms) Recent Trends in Indian Banking Study of Bank Balance Sheet and profit and Loss Account Treasury and Fund Management in Banks Classification of Banks in detail Commercial Banking, Cooperative Banking, Industrial or Development Banks Regional Rural Banks and Rural Banking in India Central Banking The Reserve Bank of India. Regulatory role of RBI and its Monetary Policy Risk Management in Bank Assets Liability Management in Banks Credit Risk, Market Risk and Operational Risk Management in Banks Quiz & Related Case Study Analysis

1 Session of 3 Hrs

3 1 Session of 3 Hrs (2 Sessions of 3 Hrs each)

(1 Session of 3 Hrs)

3 Sessions of 3 Special Issues in Indian Banking Sector Hrs) The Banking Regulation Act Narasimham Committee Report Basel II Assets Reconstruction Companies Securitization Act Consolidation in Indian Baking Sector

MODULE II : INSURANCE
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B&I- Course outline and Session wise teaching learning Plan Semester 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 (S8) 2 (S9) 3 (S10) 4 (S11) 5 (S12) 6 (S13) S14 & 15 Introduction to Insurance Growth & Development of Insurance in India Range of Products & Services of Insurance Fund Management in Insurance Sector Opening up of Sector in India and Challenges

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Regulation and Reforms in Indian Insurance Sector Case Study and Seminar & Group Discussion

Evaluation Pattern:
This subject carries 100 marks, out of which internal evaluation is for 40 marks and 60 marks are for external evaluation. The internal assessment breakup for 40 marks goes as follows:

Internal Evaluation Type of test Research based Assignment (It would be for Presentation at Seminar and Group Discussion) 1 Class Test Discipline, Class participation and Attendance Total (A) Term End Examination (B) Grand Total (A+B) Maximum Marks 20

10 10 40 60 100

Teaching pedagogy
The course objectives will be achieved by lecture method, individual and group assignments, case discussion, quizzes, articles, presentations etc. Entire pedagogy is envisaged to be learner centric. The class will be divided into 10 groups. Each group will be responsible to accomplish various assignments given from time to time. For each session, topic will be announced in advance, so it is essential that students should come 4|For Private Circulation and classroom discussion only

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prepared for the class to discuss the material due for the session. The students will be informed for the dates of submission and presentation of assignments.

Attendance:
Disciplined behavior in the class will be foremost basis to award attendance.

Seminar & Group Discussion( Presentation): (10)


In the SGD, students will present a case study analysis. These students will be known as paper presenters. The other group will ask questions based on the content of the case study presented. This group will be called Discussion panel group. Each paper presenter group consists of 5 students. On each turn 1 group students) will present papers and other group will act as discussion panel in order to ask logical questions to them. The class will maintain proper discipline. If not, it will be taken seriously and negative marking will be done for those students as disciplinary action. Each group will be given a topic on which the group members will write the paper. Discussion panel is required to study the topic thoroughly so that they can ask suitable questions to the group. Discipline, group behavior, communication skills, query handling, language proficiency, clarity of thought, logical thinking, quality subject matter etc are the parameters on the basis of which evaluation will be done. The time for each group will be 20 minutes The presentation time will be 10 minutes and 10 minutes will be for discussion.

Topics for Seminar and Group Discussion:


a. Research Paper Writing.- Topics are given in the SGD Plan

Presentation Action Plan:


The tentative plan for seminar and group discussion will go as follows: Week (August 2011onwards)
Wk 1 Wk 2

paper presenter groups


Group 1 Group 2

Discussion Panel group


Group 8 Group, 9

Wk 3

Group 3

Group,10

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Group ,1 Group 7 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 Group 6 Group 2

Question Bank:
To study in systematic manner, question bank plays an important role. Dont think that it is the information about important questions but it will cover the whole syllabus and will give an idea what kind of questions can be asked in the examination.

RULES FOR ATTENDANCE, DISCIPLINE, ASSIGNMENT & GENERAL CONDUCT:


Students are hereby informed to be punctual to come to the class. After 10 minutes of the scheduled time of the session, no one will be allowed to enter the class. Students are requested to come in proper dress code. If anybody is found in not up to the mark dress, will be not allowed to sit in the class. Silence, punctuality, regularity, assignment submission in time and discipline all are very essential qualities for effective class room interaction. Severe action will be taken if any student is fount deficient in these. In order to be eligible to appear in the term end examination, one should attend minimum 75% classes.

STUDY TIME & How to improve your performance?

Students are expected to prepare a significant amount of material outside of the classroom requirement. Read the chapter once before the lecture and, again, immediately after the lecture. Make your own notes. Accounting needs practice so devote sufficient time to practice the accounting topics. Devise a strategy to retain what you read, e.g. try to remember the formula and definitions. Basic formula will not be supplied in the examination. This will help you to write the discussion questions and to solve the numerical problems

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Work out numerical problems ON YOUR OWN. This way you develop your critical thinking capacity and problem solving skills, which is so essential for success in the Final Examination. Attend tutorials arranged from time to time as this is very important. Consult Course-Teaching Faculty regularly in case of any difficulty regarding numerical s and concepts. Reading newspaper and updating about current economic conditions, business world and Finance scenario is really essential so read newspaper and business magazines regularly.

Prepared By, Prof. Rakhi R. Shrivastava Teaching Faculty: Finance


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Session Wise Teaching Learning Report


Subject International Finance MMS- III Semester- 2013 Teaching Faculty: Prof. Rakhi R. Shrivastava Sr. No . Session No. Date Name of the Chapter Details with Sub Topics Teaching Pedagogy Signature of the teacher Signature of the Class Coordinator

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Session Wise Teaching Learning Report


Subject Banking & Insurance MMS- III Semester- 2013 Teaching Faculty: Prof. Rakhi R. Shrivastava Sr. No . Session No. Date Name of the Chapter Details with Sub Topics Teaching Pedagogy Signature of the teacher Signature of the Class Coordinator

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