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  1. 1. PG Diploma Programs Accounting General Management Finance Marketing Management Banking Insurance HR Management Law Operations Management The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India University, Tripura Jagannath Bari Road, Bidurkarta Chowmuhani, Agartala-799001, Tripura (West). Tel: 0381-2319507
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Contents Global Network .............................................................................................................................................. 3 The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India University, Tripura ...................................... 4 PG Diploma Programs ............................................................................................................ ....................... 5 Examinations .................................................................................................................................................. 6 Web Services 24 x 7 ...................................................................................................................................... 7 PG Diploma Programs Accounting q Accounting ..................................................................................................................................... 8 q Forensic Accounting ..................................................................................................................... 9 q Accounting Standards and US GAAP .................................................................................... 10 q Information Systems Audit ........................................................................................................ 11 Finance q Business Finance ......................................................................................................................... 12 q Strategic Finance and Control ................................................................................................... 13 q Financial Engineering .................................................................................................................. 14 q Investment and Tax Planning ................................................................................................... 15 Banking Insurance q Banking .......................................................................................................................................... 16 q Treasury and Forex Management ............................................................................................. 17 q Investment Banking ..................................................................................................................... 18 q Insurance ....................................................................................................................................... 19 Law q Cyber Law ..................................................................................................................................... 20 q Alternative Dispute Resolution ................................................................................................. 21 q Intellectual Property Rights ....................................................................................................... 22 q International Business Law ........................................................................................................ 23 q Environmental Law ...................................................................................................................... 24 q Securities Law .............................................................................................................................. 25 General Management q Project Management .................................................................................................................... 26 q Global Strategic Management .................................................................................................... 27 q Export and Import Management ................................................................................................ 28 q Enterprise Risk Management ..................................................................................................... 29 q Management of E-Business ....................................................................................................... 30 Marketing Management q Marketing Management .............................................................................................................. 31 q Retail Management ...................................................................................................................... 32 q Customer Relationship Management ........................................................................................ 33 q Marketing Communications ........................................................................................................ 34 q Marketing Financial Products .................................................................................................... 35 q Industrial Marketing .................................................................................................................... 36 q Brand Management ..................................................................................................................... 37 HR Management q Human Resource Management ................................................................................................. 38 q Training and Development ......................................................................................................... 39 q Leadership and Change Management ...................................................................................... 40 q Performance Management .......................................................................................................... 41 Operations Management q Supply Chain Management ........................................................................................................ 42 q Quality Management ................................................................................................................... 43 Admission Policies ...................................................................................................................................... 44 Guidelines to Complete the Application Form ....................................................................................... 45 Fee Schedule ............................................................................................................................................... 46 Application Form ........................................................................................................................................ 49 For further information and advice, you may contact the following Icfai branch office
  3. 3. Recognizing the globalization imperative, Icfai and its affiliates/constituents have established a close networking relationship with leading institutions and professional bodies around the world. The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, USA, International: AACSB is the professional association for college and university management education and the premier accrediting agency for Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral degree programs in business administration ASSOCIATION TO ADVANCE COLLEGIATE and accounting. Icfai is a member of AACSB International, which connects Icfai to the global network SCHOOLS OF BUSINESS, USA of educational institutions, corporates and non-profit organizations. European Foundation for Management Development, Belgium: Founded in 1972 at Brussels, Belgium, EFMD is a not-for-profit association of management education providers and leading companies. EFMD designed an international system of strategic audit and accreditation, called European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS). The Icfai Business School is a member of EFMD. EUROPEAN FOUNDATION FOR MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT, BELGIUM Association of Asia Pacific Business Schools, Korea: AAPBS was established in October 2004, with a mission to provide leadership and representation in order to advance the quality of business and management education in the Asia Pacific Region. The Association will accomplish its mission by collaborating in research and teaching, and working in partnership to improve business school standards AAPBS and quality. AAPBS and its members are striving to understand and develop a solid paradigm for an ASSOCIATION OF ASIA PACIFIC Asian Management education model with a global context.The Icfai Business School is a member of BUSINESS SCHOOLS, KOREA AAPBS. The Association of International Accountants (AIA): It is one of six statutorily Recognized Qualifying Bodies (RQBs) in the United Kingdom for company auditors under the Companies Act 1989. Founded in 1928 and incorporated in London in 1932, the Association promotes and supports the advancement of accountancy profession both in UK and internationally. The AIA qualification is also recognized throughout the European Union and in other major financial centers around the world. The Association has members and students in over 85 countries including India, Ireland, Malaysia, Singapore, ASSOCIATION OF Hong Kong, Africa, Cyprus, and the Caribbean. AIA members are professionals qualified to undertake INTERNATIONAL accountancy in public and private sectors. They are entitled to identify themselves as 'International ACCOUNTANTS, Accountant' and use the designatory letters AAIA (Associate) or FAIA (Fellow). UK Asian Securities Analysts Federation, Sydney, Australia: ASAF was founded in 1979 to promote the interests of the investment community of Asia and Oceania and to encourage and assist in the development of the profession of securities analysts. Icfai represents India in the ASAF. ASAF and ASIAN SECURITIES ANALYSTS the European Federation of Financial Analysts Societies (EFFAS) have promoted the Association of FEDERATION, AUSTRALIA Certified International Investment Analysts (ACIIA). The Association of Certified International Investment Analysts, Switzerland: ACIIA is a not-for-profit organization limited by guarantee, established in Switzerland in June 2000. The ACIIA is an international association made-up of independent Federations and National societies, which represent finance and investment analysts. The Council for Portfolio Management and Research (CPMR), an Icfai affiliate, is a member of ACIIA. ACIIA allows the members of CPMR ASSOCIATION OF CERTIFIED INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT (including CFAs) to appear for the final examinations directly. ANALYSTS, SWITZERLAND The Chartered Insurance Institute, UK: CII is the premier professional organization for those working in the insurance and financial services industry. It is dedicated to promoting higher standards of competence and integrity through the provision of relevant qualifications for employees at all levels and across all sectors of the industry. The CII has 90,000 members and has been at the forefront in setting professional standards for the insurance industry for over a century. Icfai has been granted THE CHARTERED INSURANCE accreditation for its MS (Insurance) Program from CII, UK. INSTITUTE, UK The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants: ACCA is well known international THE ASSOCIATION accountancy body. ACCA is one of the leading accountancy bodies in the world and has standing of OF over 100 years. It provides highly acclaimed professional qualifications to students in the area of CHARTERED accountancy. With statutory recognition in the UK and Ireland and recognition under the EU’s Mutual CERTIFIED Recognition Directive, it is recognized in many countries around the world. Icfai has been granted ACCOUNTANTS, accreditation for its MS(Accounting) Program from ACCA, UK. UK 3
  4. 4. The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India University, Tripura The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India The students are enrolled as private candidates. The University, Tripura (referred to hereafter as the University) University awards the PG Diploma to the students who was established in 2004 through an Act of State Legislature successfully complete respective Program, through (Tripura Act 8 of 2004). The University has been approved self-study and examinations subject to the University by the University Grants Commission, under Section 2(f) of Regulations. the UGC Act, 1956. The University reserves the right to change the body of The University believes in creating and disseminating knowledge, prescribed books, the curriculum, examination knowledge and skills in core and frontier areas through pattern, evaluation system, rules and regulations. The innovative educational programs, research, consulting and students are governed by the latest regulations applicable publishing, and developing a new cadre of citizens with a to them during the relevant academic year. This document high level of competence and deep sense of ethics and is designed to provide the prospective students with commitment to the code of professional conduct. information only. The University assumes no liability of any kind to any person for providing this information, whether The Visitor of the University is H.E. The Governor of Tripura. or not such persons rely on it and even if they inform the The University is administered as per the Act, Statutes and University of their reliance on it. Rules. The Board of Governors is headed by the Chancellor This document may contain forward-looking statements like, and has Vice Chancellor and others as members. The Board but not limited to, general market, macro-economic, of Management is headed by the Vice Chancellor. The governmental and regulatory trends, technological Academic Council is responsible for all academic matters. developments, legislative developments, court decisions, The University campus, based at Agartala, is spread over scope for further studies, career opportunities for graduates 30 acres. The sprawling, landscaped and lush green campus from the University. Such forward-looking statements provides a congenial environment for education and learning. contained herein are subject to certain risks and The campus has well-equipped physical and academic uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ infrastructure with workshop, laboratories computer lab and materially from those reflected in the forward-looking library. The University has no study centers outside its statements. The University undertakes no duty to update authorized jurisdiction. any forward-looking statements, to reflect future events or circumstances. The University offers Bachelor, Master and Doctoral programs in management, finance, science and technology, Jurisdiction for all disputes (if any) relating to the University information technology, education, law and other areas. is Agartala, Tripura, India. 4
  5. 5. PG Diploma Programs The phenomenal growth of the business and the Examinations: The examinations serve to finally assess and globalization of markets is reflecting in the increased certify the students' understanding of the subjects. business activities and operations and advances in The examinations are conceived, developed and administered management tools and techniques. A wide range of financial products, addition of new management strategies, on a rigorous system. The examinations are generally development of new socio-economic concepts have changed conducted on Sundays, four times a year in January, April, the global competitive market and legal environment. July and October. The details are given on page 7. In the wake of these interesting developments and the Last Dates for Enrollment growing importance of finance, management and law in various specialized areas, the PG Diploma Programs are In order to be eligible to appear for the examinations, the designed to cater to the needs of the professionals and students are required to enroll in the program on or before students who are interested in these areas. the following dates. PG Diploma Programs Examinations Enroll into the Program on or before The PG Diploma Programs are offered in various areas of October, 2007 April 30, 2007 finance, law and management. The details of these programs are given from pages 8 to 43. January, 2008 July 31, 2007 For Whom April, 2008 October 31, 2007 x Graduates (any discipline). July, 2008 January 31, 2008 x Professionals like MBAs, CFAs, CAs, CWAs, CSs who seek careers in finance, management and law. Fee x Students pursuing programs like MBA, CFA, CA, CWA, The fee for each of the PG Diploma Program is given in the CS, CAIIB and full-time postgraduate programs in fee schedule on page 46. commerce, economics, mathematics, statistics and management. Award of PG Diploma x Working Executives, Entrepreneurs, Consultants, etc. All students who successfully complete the respective programs will be awarded the Postgraduate Diploma (in the Eligibility respective discipline) by the Institute of Chartered Financial Graduates (any discipline). A Bachelor-level degree / diploma Analysts of India University, Tripura. (on 10+2+3 basis) is accepted. Students Regulations Validity of Enrollment The validity of enrollment into the program is seven years The students who enroll in the PG Diploma Program will be from the date of enrollment. Students who are unable to supplied with Students Regulations which contains all the complete the program within the validity period of seven rules and regulations including detailed curriculum, years, but still keen on continuing the program, are required examination schedule, etc. to register de novo by paying the requisite fee. Students who study regularly and appear for examinations every quarter Outline Curriculum may complete the program in 9-12 months. The curriculum for the PG Diploma Programs given in the Study and Examinations respective pages is an outline curriculum and the detailed The PG Diploma Programs are based on self-study and curriculum for the PG Diploma Programs will be provided to examinations. all the enrolled students. The outline curriculum given in this Self-Study : The University provides a detailed study plan prospectus may be modified, revised, changed, deleted or and prescribed books specially designed and published by added, from time to time depending on developments in the the Icfai University Press, and meant for self-study. respective areas of study. 5
  6. 6. Examinations Examinations Enrollment Dates The examinations serve to finally assess the students In order to be eligible to appear for the examinations, the understanding of the subject and level of skill development. The examinations are conceived, developed and students are required to enroll in the program on or before administered on a rigorous system with a view to groom the following dates. professionals in different areas of finance, management and law. The examinations are generally conducted on Sundays, Examinations Enroll into the Program on or before four times a year in January, April, July and October. October, 2007 April 30, 2007 Eligibility for appearing in Examinations Students are eligible to appear for the Group A examinations, January, 2008 July 31, 2007 six months after the date of enrollment. Subsequently, April, 2008 October 31, 2007 students can appear for one group every 3 months. Students are required to appear and pass the groups in a July, 2008 January 31, 2008 sequential order. Online Registration Facility Examination Calendar All students are required to register for their examinations (including payment of fee) using the online facility only, as The examinations are generally conducted on Sundays in the examinations department operations are fully January, April, July and October. The schedule of the computerized. examinations is given below: Test Centers Last Date for The examinations are held at the following Test Centers*: Submission of Agartala Guntur Nellore Agra Gurgaon New Delhi (5) Examination Dates Examination Ahmedabad (2) Guwahati Noida Ahmednagar Gwalior Palakkad Month, Year Dates (Sundays) Registration Form Aizawl Haldwani Panipat Ajmer Howrah Patiala Allahabad Hubli Patna October, 2007 7, 14, 21, 28 Aug 31, 2007 Alwar Hyderabad (7) Pondicherry Amravati Indore Pune (5) Amritsar Jabalpur Raipur January, 2008 6, 13, 20, 27 Nov 30, 2007 Anantapur Jaipur Rajahmundry Aurangabad Jalandar Rajkot Bangalore (9) Jalgaon Ranchi April, 2008 6, 13, 20, 27 Feb 29, 2008 Bareilly Jammu Rohtak Belgaum Jamnagar Rourkela Bellary Jamshedpur Sagar July, 2008 6, 13, 20, 27 May 31, 2008 Berhampur Jodhpur Salem Bhatinda Kakinada Sambalpur Bhilai Kannur Satara Bhilwara Kanpur Shimla Bhopal Karimnagar Shimoga Passing Requirements Bhubaneshwar Kharagpur Siliguri Bikaner Kochi Solapur q To pass in a Group, the student must secure an average Bilaspur Kolhapur Sri Ganganagar Chandigarh Kolkata (9) Surat Chennai (6) Kollam Thanjavur of 55 percent for the two parts in the Group, subject to Coimbatore Kota Thrissur Cuttack Kottayam Tiruchirapally a minimum of 45 percent in each of them. Dehradun Kozhikode Tirunelvelli Dhanbad Kurnool Tirupati Dharamshala Lucknow Trivandrum q If the student secures 65 percent or more in one of the Durgapur Ludhiana Udaipur Erode Madurai Udupi two parts of a Group, but fails to get 45 percent in the Faridabad Mangalore Ujjain Gandhidham Margao V V Nagar other part of the same Group, he/she will get exemption Gandhinagar Meerut Vadodara Gangtok Moradabad Varanasi Ghaziabad Mumbai (10) Vijayawada from the part in which he/she has secured 65 percent or Goa Mysore Visakhapatnam Gorakhpur Nagpur Warangal more. When an exemption is secured in one part, the Gulbarga Nashik Yamuna Nagar student must secure a minimum of 45 percent in the other * More Test Centers will be added at other places in due course. For the latest information, please visit www.iutripura.org. part in a subsequent sitting to pass the Group. 6
  7. 7. Web Services 24x7 The following web services provided by Icfai are available x Online prescribed forms for: to all the students: u Change of address/e-mail Pre-enrollment Services u Non-receipt of courseware x Online Order Form for Admission material u Non-receipt of magazine/journal x Online Counseling (Live Chat facility) u Academic queries/clarifications x Online Enrollment through Secure Internet Payment Gateway and downloading the first set of lessons u General queries x News@Icfai: Updates on events like seminars, u Register mobile nos. conferences, counseling meets, FDPs, etc. u Student feedback form x Press Room: Press Releases, Press Clippings x E-Newsletter u De novo registration x Online Feedback facility x Help line facility x Electronic student newsletter Post-enrollment Services x Students Regulations x Important information on training classes, examination schedule, test centers, revision of curriculum, convocation x Registration Facility (activation of student account) to etc. avail a range of services under secure environment with Enrollment Number and Password. The services include: x Access to online edition of Icfai magazines and journals u Online examination registration with downloadable x Online academic support and discussion fora: interact admit card facility with faculty, industry experts and fellow students. u Online examination results with marks details x The following services will be offered in due course: u Online admit cards u Virtual library : links to articles, publications, u Model question papers informative sites, news items and reviews u Suggested answers u Online mock tests under simulated conditions x Online payment for annual charges, de novo registration, Overseas courier charges, Overseas examination fee etc., u Online teaching kits – access lesson plans, lecture through secure internet payment gateway. notes, reference links, presentations etc. The Icfai Republic School and the Alpha Foundation The Icfai Republic School (IRS) was started in 2004 by the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India to provide quality English medium education, free of cost, to the children living in low-income neighborhoods. IRS and partner schools have over 4,000 children from low-income families. These children are getting free textbooks, notebooks, uniforms and mid-day meal in addition to free tuition. The Alpha Foundation, sponsored by the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India, is a registered charitable trust, established for supporting free education and allied activities for the benefit of underprivileged children. The Alpha Foundation is extending financial support to IRS. As this is a socially very relevant project, we invite like-minded people to join this effort, through liberal donations. All donations, Rs.500 and above, to the Alpha Foundation are eligible for tax benefit under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act. Visit us at www.alphacharities.org 7
  8. 8. PG Diploma in Accounting In today's business world virtually everything has financial Part II: Financial Accounting - II implications. Accounting is the language that communicates Accounting for Shares the financial results of the business. As with every discipline, Accounting for Debentures Accountancy also has its own rules and syntax which comprises the principles on which the system is based. Company Financial Statements Accounting for Investments and Insurance Claim Accounting provides key information used by executives in decision making and plays a vital societal role in resource Bills of Exchange allocation. The knowledge of Accounting is required for Accounting for Royalties everyone in business, regardless of the position they hold, Hire Purchase and Installment Sales since they are accountable for their actions. Branch Accounts PG Diploma Program in Accounting is designed to equip students/executives with the knowledge and skills needed Group B for a successful career in the exciting field of accounting. Part III: Cost Management Accounting- I Program Structure Introduction to Cost Management Accounting The program covers all the important topics related to Basic Costs Concepts Cost Sheet accounting in two groups consisting of two subjects each. Cost Allocation and Apportionment The structure of the program is given below: Job Costing Batch Costing Group/Part Subjects Contract Costing Group A Process Costing Part I Financial Accounting - I Joint Products By Products Part II Financial Accounting - II Service Costing Group B Part III Cost Management Accounting - I Marginal Costing and Break Even Analysis Part IV Cost Management Accounting - II Part IV: Cost Management Accounting- II Outline Curriculum Cost Analysis and Decision Making: Group A Production Decisions Part I: Financial Accounting - I Cost Analysis and Decision Making: Marketing Decisions Nature and Purpose of Accounting Budgeting Budgetary Control Accounting Concepts and Principles Accounting Process Standard Costing Variance Analysis Bank Reconciliation Statement Divisional Performance Appraisal Preparation of Trial Balance Rectification of Errors Behavior Aspects of Control Preparation of Financial Statements Cost Audit - Profit and Loss Account Strategic Cost Management - Balance Sheet Accounting for Non-Profit Concerns Management Information Reporting System 8
  9. 9. PG Diploma in Forensic Accounting The growing complex nature of business environment has Outline Curriculum witnessed a simultaneous increase in the number of frauds Group A and crimes. In this age of information technology, there is Part I: Financial Accounting and Financial Frauds an alarming rise in computer crimes, financial frauds, Basic Accounting Concepts, Introduction to Financial Statements, employee thefts, and securities scams, insurance and bank Responsibility of Management and Auditors for Financial frauds. Statements, Financial Statement Frauds, Misappropriation of Forensic Accounting is a new, growing field which helps Asset: Cash Theft-Fraudulent Disbursements, Corruption and Bribery, Intellectual Property, Frauds in Financial Institutions, detect financial frauds which are otherwise left undetected Frauds involving Credit Cards and Cheques, Frauds in Insurance, by auditing and investigative techniques alone. With Frauds in Health Care, Frauds in Bankruptcy, Frauds in Tax, interpersonal skills, an understanding of psychological Frauds in Securities, Money Laundering, Consumer Frauds, theories and analytical mindset, an ability to pay attention Computer and Internet Frauds, Frauds in Public Sector, Frauds to minute details, a forensic accountant goes beyond the in Contract and procurement. numbers to unravel frauds and accounting crimes. Part II: Criminology Ethics The PG Diploma Program in Forensic Accounting is meant Introduction to Criminology, Understanding Human Behavior, to prepare students/executives to take advantage of the Theories of Crime Causation, White-Collar Crimes, Organizational growing opportunities and to make a successful career in Crimes, Occupational Crimes, Fraud Prevention Programs, Punishment and The Criminal Justice System, Ethics for Forensic forensic accounting and related fields. Accountants, Code of Ethics, Code of Professional Standards. Program Structure Group B The program covers all the important topics related to Part III: Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation Forensic Accounting in two groups. The structure of the Inspecting Analyzing Documents, Interviewing: Theory and program is given below: Application, Covert Examinations, Sources of Information, Group/Part Subjects Accessing Information On-line, Data Analysis, Reporting Tools, Computer Forensics, Tracing Illicit Transactions, Reporting Group A Standards. Part I Financial Accounting and Financial Frauds Part IV: Legal Framework for Forensic Accounting Part II Criminology Ethics Group B Overview of the Indian Legal System, The Law Related to Fraud, Individual Rights during Examination, Criminal Prosecutions for Part III Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation Fraud, The Civil Justice System, Basic Principles of Evidence, Part IV Legal Framework for Forensic Accounting Testifying as an Expert Witness. 9
  10. 10. PG Diploma in Accounting Standards and US GAAP The passage of the Sarbanes Oxley Act (SOX) has Outline Curriculum profoundly changed the business reporting environment for Group A companies listed in US. Part I: Accounting Standards – I GAAP Hierarchy, Introduction to US GAAP, Introduction to Leading Indian companies are voluntarily adopting the Indian Accounting Standards (AS), Introduction to contemporary Accounting Standards and US GAAP which International Accounting Standards (IAS), An Overview of are more rigorous than the conventional accounting Sarbanes Oxley Act (SOX) Compliance, Revenue Recognition under US GAAP, Construction Contracts, Revenue standards practiced in India. Recognition, Accounting Changes and Errors under US This knowledge is very useful in the context of growing GAAP, Net Profit or Loss for the period, Cash Flow market in the BPO sector with reference to accounting related Statement under US GAAP. work. Several global firms are planning to shift their entire Part II: Accounting Standards – II accounting work to India. Current Assets under US GAAP, Valuation of Inventories, Fixed Assets under US GAAP, Accounting for Fixed Assets, The PG Diploma Program in Accounting Standards and US Property, Plant and Equipment, Depreciation Accounting, GAAP is aimed at creating effective Accounting and other Impairment of Assets, Intangible Assets under US GAAP and finance professionals - who can contribute to the success IAS, Accounting for Research and Development, Discontinuing Operations, Investments under US GAAP, of their organizations. Accounting for Investments. Program Structure Group B The program covers the important topics related to Part III: Accounting Standards – III Accounting Standards and US GAAP. The broad areas in Accounting for Equity under US GAAP, Accounting for Long-term Debt under US GAAP, Borrowing Costs, which the body of knowledge is developed and the students Accounting for Business Combinations under US GAAP, will be examined are divided into two groups. The structure Consolidation under US GAAP, Consolidated Financial of the program is given below: Statements, Accounting for Investments in Associates, Financial Reporting of Interests in Joint Ventures, Earnings Group/Part Subjects per Share under US GAA P. Group A Part IV: Accounting Standards – IV Part I Accounting Standards-I Accounting for Liabilities under US GAAP, Segmental Part II Accounting Standards-II Reporting under US GAAP, Segment Reporting, Interim Reporting under US GAAP, Reporting for Income Taxes Group B under US GAAP, Accounting for Taxes on Income, Leases Part III Accounting Standards-III under US GAAP, Foreign Currency Translation and Transactions, Accounting for Derivatives, Pension Plans and Part IV Accounting Standards-IV Other Post Retirement Benefit Plans. 10
  11. 11. PG Diploma in Information Systems Audit The revolutionary developments in the business environment Internet and E-Commerce Group Support Facilities and Systems and rapid evolution of various information technology tools Advanced Programming Concepts and techniques have a far-reaching impact on the Multi user Operating System organizations work. In this new emerging environment, IT Shell Utilities System Administration in UNIX has become a dominant and inevitable part of strategic Introduction to ‘C’ business operations. Universal access to IT requires security Loops, Functions and Arrays and control issues to be monitored on a regular basis. The Pointers, Structures and Files Local Area Networks services include developing capability to assess whether Part II: Information System Control - I systems and tools in IT meet the defined criteria of data Foundation of Information System Control Audit integrity, security, privacy and reliability. Information System Environment Role of Audit and Review in Computerized Information System The PG Diploma Program in Information Systems Audit is Audit Process in IS Environment designed to aid students/executives in acquiring the Management Control Top Management Controls necessary skills and knowledge to make a successful career Systems Development Management Controls in the field of information systems audit. Programming Management Controls Data Resource Management Controls Program Structure Security Management Controls The program covers important topics related to Information Quality Assurance Management Controls Systems Audit. The broad areas in which the body of Group B knowledge is developed and the students will be examined Part III: Information System Control - II Application Control are divided into two groups. The structure of the program Application Risks is given below: Boundary Controls Input Controls Group/Part Subjects Communication Controls Group A Processing Controls Database Controls Part I Information Technology and Systems Output Controls Part II Information System Control-I Application Control Complexities IS Operations Group B IS Operations Environment Part III Information System Control-II Assessing Risk in IS Operations Part IV Information Systems Audit Operations Management Controls Part IV: Information Systems Audit Outline Curriculum Audit Evidence Procedure Group A Audit Software Code Review, Test Data and Code Comparison Part I: Information Technology Systems Concurrent Auditing Techniques Introduction to Information Technology and Systems Concepts Interviews, Questionnaires and Control Flowcharts Foundations of Computer Systems Performance Measurement Tools Operating Systems Foundations of Information Systems Evaluation of Evidence Audit Conclusion Evaluation of Asset Safeguarding and Data Integrity Business Applications of Information Technology Evaluation of System Effectiveness Personal Productivity Software Evaluation of System Efficiency Business Information Systems Information Systems for Management Management of IS Audit Managing Information Technology Planning Program Design and Programming Languages Organizing Data Concepts and Applications Staffing Database Management Systems Leading Relational Databases Controlling Networking Emerging Issues Computer Networks Legal Environment Telecommunication Networks Security and Privacy Issues 11
  12. 12. PG Diploma in Business Finance Finance constitutes the lifeblood of any business. Most of Reports, Statutory Audit, Introduction to Consolidated the managerial decisions do have financial implications. Accounts of Holding and Subsidiary Companies, ERP Consequently, understanding the basic concepts and Applications in Financial Accounting, Current practices related to finance and accounting is quite important Developments. for all managers. Part II : Economics The PG Diploma Program in Business Finance is designed Introduction: Supply and Demand Analysis, Consumer for executives working in non-finance areas namely; Behavior, Production Analysis, Analysis of Costs, Market Marketing, Operations, HRD, IT, Engineering, etc. Structure - I : Perfect Competition, Market Structure - II: It has been developed in the context of the increasing Monopoly, Market Structure - III : Monopolistic strategic focus placed on finance and the need for non- Competition, Market Structure - IV : Oligopoly, Incomes finance executives to get a good feel of this vital area. and the Pricing of Factors of Production, Current The PG Diploma Program in Business Finance provides the Developments, Overview of Macroeconomics, The students/ executives with a thorough understanding of the National Income and Product Accounts, Consumption concepts and issues in business finance. and Investment, Aggregate Demand and the Multiplier, Government, International Trade and Output, Money and Program Structure Banking, Economic Growth and Aggregate Supply, The program covers all the important topics related to Business Cycles and Unemployment, Price Stability, business finance. The program is divided into two Groups Classical, Keynessian and Post-Keynessian each consisting of two subjects. The structure of the Macroeconomics, Economic Consequences of Debt, program is given below: Policies for Growth and Stability, The Open Economy, Strategies of Economic Development, International Group/Part Subjects Financial Institutions, Current Developments. GROUP A Group B Part I Financial Accounting Part III : Financial Management Part II Economics Introduction to Financial Management, Financial System, GROUP B Time Value of Money, Risk and Return, Leverage, Valuation of Securities, Financial Statement Analysis, Part III Financial Management Financial Forecasting, Current Developments, Sources of Part IV Management Accounting Long-term Finance, Cost of Capital and Capital Structure, Dividend Policy, Estimation of Working Capital, Financing Outline Curriculum Current Assets, Management of Working Capital, Capital Expenditure Decisions, Current Developments. Group A Part I : Financial Accounting Part IV : Management Accounting Introduction to Accounting, Introduction to Financial Introduction to Management Accounting, Cost Statements, Accounting Standards, Accounting Concepts, Cost Accounting, Job-order, Process and Mechanics, Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes, Contract Costing System, Cost-volume-profit Analysis, Accounting for Inventories, Receivable, Fixed Assets and Decisions involving Alternative Choices, Cost Analysis Royalties, Preparation of Financial Statements: Trial and Pricing Decisions, Budgeting and Budgetary Control, Balance and Adjustments, Profit and Loss Account and Standard Costing and Variance Analysis, Management Balance Sheet, Branch Accounts and Departmental Information and Reporting System, Divisional Accounts, Accounting for Intangible Assets, Accounting Performance Appraisal, Behavioral Aspects of Control, for Shares and Debentures, Legal Requirements relating Cost Audit, Contemporary Issues in Management to the Preparation of Financial Statements of Ltd. Accounting, ERP Applications in Management Companies, Limitations of Financial Statements, Annual Accounting, Current Developments. 12
  13. 13. PG Diploma in Strategic Finance and Control The increase in complexity of business environment at the Part II: Financial Strategy national and international level has brought about a clear Overview of Financial Strategy need to integrate business strategy with financial strategy. Valuing Real Assets in the Presence of Risk Only when financial strategy is fully integrated into the Capital Allocation and Strategy overall corporate strategy, enduring results are likely to flow. Real Options Capital Structure Decisions The central piece of any strategy is maximization of Effect of Taxes on Financing Choices shareholders wealth, which has in its financial analysis Dividend Policy strong financial overtones. Capital Structure and Corporate Strategy The PG Diploma Program in Strategic Finance and Control Information Asymmetry and the Securities Markets Financial Decisions and Managerial Incentives is a professional program that covers business strategy, Financial Distress and Restructuring financial strategy, mergers acquisitions and financial Industry Analysis, Financial Policies and Strategies control systems. Thus, providing a unique integration of Environment, Governance and Strategy financial strategy and control with business strategy and Risk Management and Corporate Strategy management control systems. Enterprise Risk Management Program Structure Group B Part III:Mergers and Acquisitions The program covers the important topics related to Strategic Finance and Control. The broad areas in which the body of Mergers and Acquisitions – An Overview Maximization of Shareholder Value knowledge is developed and the students will be examined Mergers and Acquisitions: Different Forms are divided into two groups. The structure of the program Methods of Valuation of Firms is given below: Theories of Mergers Group/Part Subjects Sell Offs and Divestitures Modalities of Payment Group A Joint Ventures Part I Business Strategy Going Private and Leveraged Buyouts Part II Financial Strategy ESOPs and MLPs Group B International Mergers and Acquisitions Takeover Models Part III Mergers and Acquisitions Buyback of Shares and Exchange Offers Part IV Management Control Systems Takeover Defenses Mergers and Acquisitions - Regulatory Control Outline Curriculum Group A Part IV: Management Control Systems Part I: Business Strategy Management Control: Meaning and Purpose Key Success Variables as Control Indicators Strategic Management: An Overview Designing Management Control Systems Strategic Management Process Goals, Strategies and Control Company Mission Organization Structure for Effective Control Systems Analyzing the External Environment Budget as an Instrument of Control Evaluating the Multinational Environment Transfer Pricing Internal Analysis of the Company Management Control of Operations Company Culture and Values Continuous Improvement Methods Formulating Long-term Objectives and Strategy Corporate Audit Strategic Analysis and Choice Analyzing Performance Reports and Reward Systems Operationalizing the Strategy Information Systems for Management Control Strategy and Structure Management Control of Development Programs and Resource Management and Control Cooperative Societies The Value Chain and Competitive Advantage Control of Service Organizations The Value Chain and Generic Strategies Control of Multinational Organizations Managing Change Management Control of Projects Challenges for the 21st Century Ethical Dimensions of Management Control 13
  14. 14. PG Diploma in Financial Engineering The rapidity with which the fields of corporate, bank and Part II: Concepts of Financial Engineering investment finance have changed in the recent years has Valuations Relationships and Applications given birth to a new discipline known as financial Sensitivity Analysis and its Applications engineering. Financial engineering is not limited to corporate Measuring Returns and institutional applications. Many of the creative financial Rate of Returns - Concepts innovations in recent years have been directed at the retail Dimensions of Risks level. The evolving process of financial engineering tries to make best use of the existing financial instruments in order Portfolio Analysis to develop new varieties of innovative products that in turn Advanced Topics in Risk Measurement will help the participants in the financial market to endure Theory of Interest Rate and Exchange Rate the challenges that await them. Speculation, Arbitrage and Market Efficiencies Speculation and Speculative Methods The PG Diploma Program in Financial Engineering is meant Arbitrage Theory to prepare students/ executives to take advantage of the growing opportunities and to make a successful career in Financial Engineering and the Corporate Treasurer finance and related fields. Analysis of the Balance Sheet Program Structure Group B The program covers all the important topics related to Part III: Tools of Financial Engineering Financial Engineering in two groups. The structure of the Product Development program is given below: Futures and Forwards Forward Rate Agreements and Swaps Group/Part Subjects Swaps and Single Period Options Group A Multi Period Options Part I Basics of Financial Engineering Fixed Income Securities Different Markets Part II Concepts of Financial Engineering International Debt Market Group B Recent Debt Market Innovations Hybrid Securities Part III Tools of Financial Engineering Investor Motive Part IV Financial Engineering: Strategies and Processes Market Expertise Issuer Motivation Outline Curriculum Group A Part IV: Financial Engineering: Strategies and Processes Part I: Basics of Financial Engineering Asset Liability Management An Introduction to Financial Engineering Investment Banker in ALM The Scope and Importance of Financial Engineering Hedging and Associated Risk Management Techniques Financial Engineering and Financial Analysis - A Comparison Hedge Ratios and their Applications Areas where Financial Engineering finds application Corporate Restructuring and the LBOs Growth Factors of Financial Engineering Corporate Restructuring, Leverage Buyouts Environmental Factors Arbitrage and Synthetic Instruments Intra Firm Factors Tax Driven Deals Latest Innovation in the Financial Engineering Products Miscellaneous Equity Based Strategies Knowledge Base of Financial Engineer Recent Advancements towards Settlement and Clearings Mathematical, Statistical and Modelling Skills Legal Protections for the Innovative Financial Products Knowledge over Product and Relevant Technology Using a Patent to Protect a Financial Product Accounting Aspects Advantages and Disadvantages 14
  15. 15. PG Diploma in Investment and Tax Planning Managing investment in the current global scenario, Part II: Managing Assets and Credit witnessed by unprecedented volatility in stock prices world Managing Cash and Savings: Cash Management in Personal over, has become challenging and complex. The current Financial Planning, Financial Services Marketplace, Cash scenario of interest rates volatility has made investment Management Products, Savings Program, Checking Account. options more challenging for common man. Automobile and Housing Decisions: Buying or Leasing, Meeting Housing Needs, Affordability, Home Buying Process, Financing the Given a choice to invest it is always better to diversify risk Transaction. by investing in various instruments rather than investing the Personal Borrowing: Credit, Types of Open Account Credit, entire money in only one instrument. This needs a careful Obtaining and Managing Open Account Credit, Using Credit Wising. planning and study of various instruments, benefits, risks Consumer Loans: Basic Features, Managing Credit, and tax savings associated with each instrument. Thus Single-Payment Loans, Installment Loans. investment planning has become an integral part of the Risks Returns: Intelligent Personal Investment, Risks, Returns, finance function. Taxes are dues which we pay for Regulation Returns versus Capital Appreciation, Dividends versus Yield, membership in our society; they are the price of living in Compounding, Discounting, Present Values and Annuties, Bond Yields, Effect of Taxation on Returns. a country. Tax planning is an important aspect of investment planning. Group B Part III: Insurance and Saving Schemes The PG Diploma Program in Investment and Tax Planning Life Insurance: Objectives, Cost of Life Insurance, Types of Insurance aims to prepare students/ executives to pursue rewarding Policies, House Holders Insurance, Unit Link Insurance Plans. careers in the field of investment and tax planning. Health Insurance: Need for Health Care Insurance Coverage, Types The Association of Certified Investment and Tax Planners and Sources of Health Care Plans, Medical Expense Coverage and Policy Provisions, Long-term Care Insurance, Disability Income (ACITP): All students who successfully complete the PG Insurance. Diploma Program are eligible to become members of ACITP Property Insurance: Basic Principles, Homeowner’s Insurance, subject to fulfilling the criteria for such membership. ACITP Automobile Insurance, Other Property and Liability Insurance, Buying confers the designation of “Certified Investment and Tax Insurance and Settling Claims. Planner” (CITP), on its members. Small Savings Schemes: Common Features, Post Office Savings Program Structure Schemes, Public Provident Fund, Savings Certificates, National Savings Schemes. The program covers all the important topics related to Bank Deposits: New Era in Banking, Five Plus Points, Fixed Certified Investment and Tax Planning. The structure of the Deposits, Trust with Banks. program is given below: Real Estate: Agricultural Land, Farm Houses, Urban Land, House Property, Sources of Housing Finance. Group/Part Subjects Group A Investing in Company Deposits, Debentures and Bonds: Company Deposits, Debentures of Private Sector Companies, Public Part I Financial Planning Sector Bonds. Part II Managing Assets and Credit Estate Planning: Principles of Estate Planning, Trusts, Gifts and wills. Group B Retirement Planning: Overview, Social Security, Pension Plans and Part III Insurance and Saving Schemes Retirement Programs, Annuities. Part IV Investment Planning Part IV: Investment Planning Investment Planning: Investing, Securities Markets, Making Outline Curriculum Transactions, Informed Investor, Online Investor, Managing Group A Investment Holdings. Part I: Financial Planning Investing in Gold and Silver: Popularity of Gold, Sources and Price Understanding the Financial Planning: Rewards of Sound of Gold, Gold in India, Prospects for Gold Silver. Financial Planning, Planning Process, Planning Environment. Equity Shares: Advantages of Equity Investments, Problems of Financial Statements and Plans: Financial Future, Time Value Investing in Equity Shares, Types of Equity Shares, Factors which of Money, Balance Sheet, Personal Financial Statements. Influence Share Prices, Options and Futures. Managing Taxes: Calculating and Filing Taxes, Personal Taxation– Tax Laws, Income Tax, Wealth Tax, Tax Calendar. Mutual Funds: Types of Mutual Funds, How a Mutual Fund Personal Tax Planning: Introduction, Zero Tax Status through Fixed Operates, Advantages, Performance, Risks Involved, Private Sector Income Investments, Tax Planning through Long Term Capital Gains, and Joint Sector, Money Market, Offshore Mutual Funds, Innovative Tax Planning through Established Growth Stocks, Tax Planning for Products. the Family, Cooperate with the Tax Man, Tax Raids. Personal Portfolio Management 15
  16. 16. PG Diploma in Banking The banking scene - worldwide, has undergone major Banking, Wealth Management, Financing SMEs, Corporate changes particularly during the post-globalization era of the Banking, Forex Management, Fee-Based Subsidiary 1990s. The twin factors - customer focus and technology- Services, Plastic Money, Role of Central Banks, Emerging virtually revolutionized the business and delivery strategies Trends in Banking, Fundamentals of International Banking. adopted in the banking system. Considering the fact that a sound banking system is crucial for the stability of the Part II: Bank Marketing financial system and the growth of the economy, studies Introduction to Marketing, Understanding Services, related to banking have become crucial for students, Distinctive Aspects of Service Marketing, Strategic Issues practicing bankers, technologists and other stakeholders in in Bank Marketing, Positioning Bank Services in the Market, the financial system. New Product Development, Pricing and Launching, New The PG Diploma Program in Banking is designed to equip Distribution Channels for Bank Marketing, Communicating students/ executives with the necessary theoretical and and Promoting Bank Services, Improving Quality and practical skills to pursue a rewarding career in the field of Productivity, Customer Relationship Management in Banks, banking. Globalizing Bank Services, Opportunities and Challenges in Program Structure Bank Marketing. The program covers all-important topics; from the basics of Group B introduction to banking to advanced banking besides Part III: Advanced Banking providing a coverage of bank marketing and banking Credit Policy in Banks, Principles of Credit Management, operations. The program is divided into two Groups each Objectives of Credit Management, Credit Disbursal and consisting of two subjects. Monitoring, Credit Deployment and Types of Borrowers, Group/Part Subjects Follow up and Recovery Management, Treasury Operations, Group A Introduction to Risk Management in Banks, Rural Banking Part I Introduction to Banking in India, Security Considerations, Control System in Banks, Corporate Governance in Banks, Annual Reports and Part II Bank Marketing Statutory Audit. Group B Part IV: Banking Operations Part III Advanced Banking Introduction to Banking Operations, Front Office and Back Part IV Banking Operations Office Operations, Operational Controls, Demand Forecasting and Resource Allocation, Policy Framing - Deposits, Outline Curriculum Advances and Investments, Services Design and Delivery Group A Strategies in Banks, Service Quality Metrics, Work Part I: Introduction to Banking Measurement and Quality Assurance, Payment and Financial Intermediation, Indian Financial System, Origin and Settlement Systems, RTGS and Clearing House, Cash Growth of Banking, RBI and its functions, Principles of Management Services, Facilities Planning, ERP in Banks, BPR Banking, Banking Law and Practice, Nationalization of Banks in Banks, IT Enabled Supply Chain Management, Disaster in India, Deposit Products, Lending Activities, Retail and Recovery Management. 16
  17. 17. PG Diploma in Treasury and Forex Management With significant developments that have taken place in the Outline Curriculum Group A financial markets in the recent years affecting volatility in Part I : Treasury Management exchange rates and accentuating liquidity constraints, Scope and Functions of Treasury Management corporates and banks have started paying closer attention Financial Forecasting to the treasury and forex management. Short-term Financial Planning Financial Markets and Instruments The PG Diploma Program in Treasury and Forex Management Long-term Funds is designed to prepare students/ executives for challenging Internal Treasury Controls career in treasury, forex and related fields. Tax Planning and Management Managing Bankruptcy The Association of Certified Treasury Banking Relationships Managers (ACTM) Managing Investor Relationships All students who successfully complete the PG Diploma Current Developments Program are eligible to become members of ACTM subject Part II : Foreign Exchange Management to fulfilling the criteria for such membership. ACTM confers International Economics and International Finance International Financial Markets and Instruments the designation of quot;Certified Treasury Managerquot; (CTM) on Foreign Exchange Markets its members. Determination of Exchange Rates Forex Trading International Group of Treasury Financing of International Trade Associations (IGTA), UK International Working Capital Management Recognizing the globalization of the Treasury profession, the Multinational Corporations International Group of Treasury Associations (IGTA), in UK, Current Developments was formed to utilize synergy and enhance the activities of Group B Part III : Risk Management-I Treasury Associations across nations. There are 19 member Introduction to Risk Management societies in IGTA representing various countries. ACTM is Quantitative Techniques a full member in IGTA representing India. Debt Instruments, Prices Yields and Hedging Forward, Futures and Options Markets Program Structure Managing Risks with Forward, Futures, Options and Swaptions The program covers all the important topics related to Accounting and Tax Implications treasury and foreign exchange management in three groups. Current Developments The structure of the program are given below: Part IV : Risk Management-II Pricing and Valuation of Risk Products Group/Part Subjects Futures GROUP A Options Part I Treasury Management Swaps Part II Foreign Exchange Management Forex Exposures GROUP B Translation Risk Part III Risk Management-I Derivatives and Speculation Ethical Dilemmas Part IV Risk Management-II Current Developments 17
  18. 18. PG Diploma in Investment Banking The entry of global investment banks into India has brought Current Developments, Financial System, Money Markets, Capital about the much needed professionalization in the crucial Markets, Primary Market, Secondary Markets, Bond Market, investment banking sector. Apart from tapping domestic Global Markets, Foreign Exchange Markets, Derivatives Market, markets, Indian corporates are increasingly accessing the Banking System, Insurance Market, Non-Banking Finance global markets. This has widened the business avenues of Companies, Linkages between Markets, Technology and the the investment bankers by providing services like loan Markets, Current Developments. syndication, advisory services and managing mandates for Part II : Investment Banking - I offerings of ADRs, GDRs, IPOs in India and abroad, etc. Projects, Financing Strategies, Venture Capital, Loan Syndication, The PG Diploma Program in Investment Banking is designed Designing Pricing of Instruments, Issue of Equity, Managing to help students/ executives to pursue interesting and of Public Issues IPOs, Issuance of Bonds, Issuance of Notes, challenging careers in investments and other related fields. Private Placement, Asset Based Financing, Trade Financing, The Society of Certified Investment Bankers Securitization, Recapitalization of Projects, Cost of Capital and (SCIB) Capital Restructuring, Dividend, Bonus and Buy-back, Current Developments. All students who successfully complete the PG Diploma Program are eligible to become members of SCIB subject to Group B fulfilling the criteria for such membership. SCIB confers the designation of “Certified Investment Banker” (CIB) on its Part III : Investment Banking - II members. Time Value of Money, Risk and Return, Valuation of Securities, Capital Expenditure Decisions, Financial Statement Analysis, Program Structure Financial Forecasting, Corporate Restructuring, Valuation-I, The program covers all the important topics related to Valuation-II, Valuation of Firms, Mergers Acquisitions, Sell-offs investment banking. The program is divided into two Groups and Divestitures, The Market for Corporate Control, Takeover consisting of two parts each. Defenses, Changes in Ownership Structures, Cross Border Acquisitions, Post-Merger Management, Turnaround Management, Group/Part Subjects Corporate Risk Management, Current Developments. GROUP A Part I Economics and Financial Markets Part IV : Managing Investment Banking Organizations Part II Investment Banking-I Investment Banking Industry, Investment Banking Organization, GROUP B Business Planning by Investment Banks, Skills for Investment Part III Investment Banking- II Banks, Marketing of Investment Banking, Strategic Issues in Marketing of Investment Banking Services, Relationship Part IV Managing Investment Banking Organizations Management by Investment Banks, Tools for Marketing Investment Outline Curriculum Banking Services, Challenges in Marketing of Investment Banking Services, Networking by Investment Banks, Operations Management Group A by Investment Banks, Research Development by Investment Part I : Economics and Financial Markets Banks, Organization Design, Knowledge Management, Introduction to Economics, National Income Analysis, Economic Compensation Policies, Regulation Compliance, Internal Control Cycles, Public Finance, Monetary Policy, GATT WTO, System, Risk Management Practices, Ethics in Investment Banking, International Monetary System, Important Government Policies, Current Developments, Case Studies on Investment Banks . 18
  19. 19. PG Diploma in Insurance India is gradually emerging as a favorable destination to the Part II: Elective (Any 1) insurance companies all over the world. The opening up of q Life Insurance insurance sector to the private insurers has contributed to Principles of Life Insurance, Personal Financial Planning rise in premium incomes and penetration levels. With and Insurance, Life Insurance Products, Pensions and growing potential in both life and general insurance, India Annuities, Risk Assessment Underwriting, Premium is set on the road to become the largest insurance market Setting, Product Development, Design and Evaluation, in the world. These developments call for professionally Claims Management, Marketing and Servicing, IT trained and skilled people in insurance sector. Applications, Tax Planning, Legal Framework, Current Developments and Case Studies. The PG Diploma Program in Insurance aims to prepare students/ executives to pursue interesting and challenging q General Insurance career in the field of insurance. Introduction to General Insurance, Principles of General Insurance, Personal Policies, Insurance of Property and Program Structure Liability, Health Insurance Products, Fire Insurance, Motor Insurance, Aviation Insurance, Engineering The program covers all the important topics related to Insurance, Agriculture Insurance, Marine Insurance, Insurance in two groups with electives in life and general Credit Risk Insurance, Liability Insurance, Surety, insurance. The program is divided into two Groups each Bonding Insurance, Workmen's Compensation Insurance, consisting of two subjects. The structure of the program is Miscellaneous Insurances, Risk Assessment and given below: Underwriting, Claims Management, Legal Framework and Documentation, Servicing of Commercial General Group/Part Subjects Insurance, Product Design, Development and Evaluation, Group A IT Applications, Current Development and Case Studies. Part I Risk and Insurance Group B Part II Elective (Any one): Part III: Insurance Marketing – Life Insurance Introduction, Insurance Marketing Environment, Customer or Value and Satisfaction in Insurance, Marketing Information – General Insurance Systems and Marketing Research in Insurance, Consumer Behavior in Insurance Marketing, Positioning for Insurance Group B Products, Marketing Strategies for Insurance Companies, Part III Insurance Marketing Insurance Products, Pricing of Insurance Products, Part IV Insurance Operations Promotion of Insurance Products and Services, Distribution of Insurance Products and Services, Physical Evidence and Outline Curriculum Insurance Marketing, Sales Force Management in Insurance, Ethics in Insurance Marketing. Group A Part I: Risk and Insurance Part IV: Insurance Operations Introduction to Risk, Risk Management Essentials, Overview of Insurance Operations, Distribution Systems in Measurement of Risk, Loss Exposure, Risk Management - insurance, Loss Control and Premium Auditing, Reinsurance, Non-insurance Techniques, Introduction to Insurance, The Reinsurance Transaction, Ratemaking Principles and Principles of Insurance, Insurance Industry, Insurance Process, Insurer Financial Management, Solvency Measures Market, Insurance as Risk Management Technique, Selection and Compliance, Claims Adjusting, Property and Liability and Implementation of Risk Management Techniques. Claims Adjusting, Introduction to IRDA ACT, 1999. 19

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