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TYBBI Subjects – Mumbai University | Semester 5 & 6

TYBBI Subjects Semester 5

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TYBBI Subjects (Semester 5)

(TYBBI means Third year of bachelor of banking an insurance)

Following are the list of TYBBI Subjects (Semester VI):

1) Financial Reporting and Analysis (Corporate Banking & Insurance) 2) Auditing-I 3) Financial Services Management 4) Marketing in Banking and Insurance 5) Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 6) International Banking and Finance 7) Research Methodology

TYBBI Subjects Semester 5 (Chapters)

Financial reporting & analysis(corporate banking & insurance).

Chapter 1 – Final Accounts Of Banking Company Chapter 2 – Final Accounts Of Insurance Company Chapter 3 – Preparation Of Final Accounts Of Companies Chapter 4 – Cash Flow Analysis & Ethical Behaviour And Implications For Accountants Chapter 5 – Introduction To IFRS

Chapter 1 – Introduction To Auditing Chapter 2 – Audit Planning, Procedures and Documentation Chapter 3 – Auditing Techniques And Internal Audit Introduction Chapter 4 – Auditing Techniques: Vouching Chapter 5 – Auditing Techniques: Verification

Financial Services Management

Chapter 1 – Introduction To Financial Services Chapter 2 – Mutual Funds, Factoring And Forfeiting Chapter 3 – Securitization Of Debts And Derivatives Chapter 4 – Housing Finance And Consumer Finance Chapter 5 – Depositories & Pledge

Marketing in Banking & Insurance

Chapter 1 – Introduction To Marketing Chapter 2 – Introduction To Service Marketing Chapter 3 – Consumer Behaviour Chapter 4 – Rural Marketing Chapter 5 – E- Marketing

Business Ethics and Corporate Governance

Chapter 1 – Introduction To Business Ethics Chapter 2 – Application Of Ethical Theories In Business Chapter 3 – Introduction To Corporate Governance Chapter 4 – Genesis And Implementation Of Corporate Governance In India: Chapter 5 – Global Scenario

International Banking and Finance

Chapter 1 – Fundamentals Of International Finance Chapter 2 – International Capital Markets Chapter 3 – Foreign Exchange Markets Chapter 4 – Risk Management Chapter 5 – International Banking Operations

Research Methodology

Chapter 1 – Introduction To Research Chapter 2 – Data Collection And Processing Chapter 3 – Data Analysis And Interpretation Chapter 4 – Advanced Statistical Techniques Chapter 5 – Research Report

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TYBBI Subjects Semester 6 (Chapters)

TYBBI Subjects Semester 6

Following are the list of TYBBI Subjects (Semester 6):

1) Security Analysis and Portfolio Management 2) AUDITING – II 3) Wealth Management 4) Human Resource Management 5) Turnaround Management 6) Central Banking 7) Advanced Cost Accounting

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

Chapter 1 – Portfolio Management – An Introduction & Process Chapter 2 – Portfolio Management – Valuation Chapter 3 – Fundamental Analysis Chapter 4 – Technical Analysis Chapter 5 – Efficient Market Theory & CAPM


Chapter 1 – Audit Of Limited Companies Chapter 2 – Audit Of Banking Companies Chapter 3 – Audit Of Insurance Companies Chapter 4 – New Areas Of Auditing Chapter 5 – Professional Ethics And Misconduct

Wealth Management

Chapter 1 – Introduction To Wealth Management Chapter 2 – Wealth Management Strategy Chapter 3 – Financial Planning & Financial Mathematics Chapter 4 – Retirement & Estate Planning

Human Resource Management

Chapter 1 – Framework Of Human Resource Management Chapter 2 – Human Resource Procurement Chapter 3 – Human Resource Planning And Recruitment Chapter 4 – Training And Development Chapter 5 – Compensation

Turnaround Management

Chapter 1 -Introduction To Business Chapter 2 -Industrial Sickness Chapter 3 -Turnaround Management Strategies Chapter 4 -Business Scenario Chapter 5 -Leadership and Turnaround Management

Central Banking

Chapter 1 – An Overview of Central Banking Chapter 2 – RBI as the Central Bank of India Chapter 3 – Supervisory Role of RBI Chapter 4 – Central Bank in other Countries Chapter 5 – Central Banking in Cyber World:

Advanced Cost Accounting

Chapter 1 – Absorption Costing Chapter 2 – Process Costing – I Chapter 3 – Process Costing – II (Joint Products and By – Products Costing) Chapter 4 – Contract Costing

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  • Don’t wait until the last minute to start studying: begin early. You’ll have more time to learn the topic and solve questions, the earlier you start.
  • Remain arranged: Plan a study schedule and stick to it. Take time to rest and refresh during breaks.
  • Regularly review your notes: Regularly reviewing back your notes will help you keep the content in your memory.
  • Practice, practice, practice: By working through sample problems and completing sample tests, you can identify your areas of weakness and become familiar with the exam’s format.
  • Ask for assistance if you need it: If you’re having trouble with the subject, don’t be shy to ask for assistance. You can seek advice from your teacher, a classmate, or a tutor.
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  • Don’t waste too much time on any one question: keep an eye on the time. If you start to struggle, leave it and return to it later.
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Multiple Choice Questions

  • Conference proceedings are considered as.documents. a. Conventional b. Primary c. Secondary d. Tertiary Answer : b. Primary
  • Informationis….. a. RawData b. Processed Data c. Inputdata d. Organized data Answer : b. Processed Data
  • Information acquired by experience or experimentation is called as: a. Empirical b. Scientific c. Facts d. Scientific Evidence Answer : b. Scientific
  • Abstract elements representing classes of phenomena within the field of study are called : a.Concepts b.Theories c.Variables d.Hypothesis Answer: a. Concepts
  • All living things are made up of cells Blue whale is a living being, Thereforeblue whale is made up of cells’ The reasoning used here is a. Inductive b. Deductive c. Hypothetic deductive d. Both a and b Answer : b. Deductive
  • Questionnaire is a: a. Research method b. Measurement technique c. Tool for data collection d. Data analysis technique Answer : b. Measurement Technique
  • Mean, Median and Mode are a. Measures of deviation b. Ways of sampling c. Measure of control tendency d. None of the above Answer : c. Measure of control tendency
  • The reasoning that uses general principle to predict specific results is calledas- a. Inductive b. Deductive c. Both a and b d. Hypothetic o-deductive Answer : b. Deductive
  • A research paper is a brief report of research work based on a. Primary Data only b. Secondary Data only c. Both a and b d. None of the above Answer : c. Both a and b
  • Research is a. Searching again and again b. Finding solutions to any problem c. Working in a scientific way to d. None -of the above Answer : c. Working in a scientific way to
  • Multiple-choice questions are an example of a. OrdinalMeasure b. Nominal Measure c. RatioMeasure d. None of the above Answer : b. Nominal Measure
  • Which of the variables cannot be expressed in quantitative terms a. Socio economic status b. Marital status c. Numerical aptitude d. Professional attitude Answer : d. Professional attitude
  • The essential qualities of a researcher are : a. Spirit of free enquiry b. Reliance on observation c. Reliance on evidences d. All of the above Answer : d. All the above
  • A research process starts with- a. Hypothesis b. Experiment to test hypothesis c. Observation d. None of the above Answer : a. Hypothesis
  • Who was the proponent of deductive method- a. FrancisBacon b. Christian Huygenes c. Aristotle d. Isaac Newton Answer : b. Christian Huygenes
  • The non-random sampling type that involves selecting a convenience sample from a population with a specific set of characteristics for your research study is called a. Convenience sampling b. Quota sampling c. Purposive sampling d. None of the above Answer : a. Convenience Sampling
  • Which of the following is NOT an example of a non-random sampling technique? a. Purposive b. Quota c. Convenience d. Cluster Answer : c. Convenience
  • The purpose of drawing sample from a population is known as a. Sampling b. Census c. Survey research d. None of the above Answer : a. Sampling
  • Sampling in qualitative research is similar to which type of sampling in quantitative research a. Simple random sampling b. Systematic sampling c. Quotasampling d. Purposive sampling Answer : d. Purposive sampling
  • A set of rules that govern overall data communications system is popularly known as……….. a. Protocol b. Agreement c. Pact d. Memorandum Answer : a. Protocol

Essay Questions

  •  Basic Research: In this type of research, data is collected to enhance knowledge. The purpose is non-commercial research that is generally not used to invent anything.
  •  Applied research: The focus of this research is to analyze and solve real-life problems. It prefers to help solve a practical problem with scientific methods.
  •  Problem-Oriented research: It focuses on understanding the nature of the problem to find a relevant solution. The problem could be in various forms; this research analyses the situation.
  •  Problem-solving research: Companies usually conduct this type of research to understand and resolve their problems. The research is to find a solution to an existing problem.
  •  Qualitative research is a process of inquiry that helps to create an in-depth understanding of problems and issues. It has open ended questions
  • State the purpose clearly
  • Define the concepts used
  • Describe the research procedure in sufficient detail that allows another researcher to make further advancement on the topic
  • Design the procedure carefully to achieve desired results
  • Data analysis should reveal adequate significance
  • Appropriate analysis methods should be used.
  • Carefully check the validity and reliability of the data.
  • Conclusions should be confined to justify the research data and limit for the which data provides and adequate basis
  • Systematic research: Conduct research in structured format with specified steps, rules while keeping in perspective the creative thinking.
  •  Research is guided by logical reasoning and process of deduction and induction, which serves as a great value in carrying out research.
  •  It is empirical: research is related to one or more than one aspects in real situation that deals with concrete data
  •  It is replicable: the characteristics allow researchers to replicate study and building a sound basis for decisions.
  • Observing Behaviors of Participants:
  • Questionnaire Method
  • Interview Method
  • Schedules Method
  • Information from Correspondents
  • Identify the problem
  • Review the Literature
  • Clarify the Problem
  • Clearly Define Terms and Concepts
  • Define the Population
  • Develop the Instrumentation Plan
  • Collect Data
  • Analyze the Data

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