The main goal of studying Financial Analysis is to understand how the finances are managed in an organisation. Financial analysis is the process of evaluating businesses, projects, budgets and other finance-related entities to determine their performance and suitability. The main objective of financial Analysis is to ensure adequate supply of funds for performing different business operations, optimum utilisation of available funds, investing in a profitable project or asset, etc. This course is designed to serve as a stepping stone for students to build a career in Finance.
The main goal of studying Financial Management is to understand how the finances are managed in an organisation. Financial management involves the planning, organising, directing, and controlling of various financial activities like procurement of funds and their allocation to different business activities. The main objective of financial management is to ensure adequate supply of funds for performing different business operations, optimum utilisation of available funds, investing in a profitable project or asset, etc.
This course introduces basic cost accounting that provides information regarding ascertainment of cost per unit of different products and techniques that includes principles and rules. It focuses on quality for saving in cost and guides the management to control the major functions of a business. It helps management to carry out efficiently its functions such as planning, budgeting and decision-making by developing cost procedures that provide information to the business. It provides the company to take vital decisions such as introduction of a new product and selection of a most profitable product mix.
This course is designed to help students to become familiar with the theory and practical aspects of Security analysis and portfolio management. Understanding the practical application of these concepts demands for a solid understanding on the basics of investment management. In this course we emphasis on the basics of investment, portfolio theories, Capital Asset Pricing Model, Arbitrage pricing theory, portfolio management framework, Fundamental analysis and technical analysis. At the end of this course, the students are expected to have a good understanding of the conceptual framework of security analysis and portfolio management and also, they are expected to apply theoretical aspects in the investment management.