Banking and Non Banking Financial Intermediaries - DOC

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					                     University College for Women, Koti.
                      B.Com (Computers) III Semester
                    BANKING & FINANCIAL SYSTEMS

Paper Code No: 301                                        Duration: 2hr 30mts
Instruction: 4ppw                                         Marks: 50

Objectives: To introduce to the students the concepts of Banking & Financial Systems.

UNIT I: INTRODUCTION TO BANKING
Types of Banks, Banking System, Branch Banking, Unit Banking, Group Banking,
Correspondent Banking, Deposit Banking, Mixed Banking, Investment Banking, Banking
systems in India, organized and unorganized sector, Commercial banks, Types , functions
and Credit Creation, Nationalization and achievements after nationalization, Banking
sector reforms innovation in banking-Electronic baking online and Offshore banking-
Credit cards.

UNIT II: INDIGENOUS BANKING
Operations-Defects-Indigenous Bank and Reserve Bank of India (RBI)-Banking
Commission 1972-Indegenous bankers-Feature of Indigenous bankers-Co-operative
banking institutions-Regional rural banks-Functions-Problems-Activities.

UNIT III: EXCHANGE BANKS
Functions-Problems-Activities-Role of Exchange banks in financing foreign trade-
Development financial institutions-Functions and Structure-Growth emerging financial
intermediaries public sector-Development financial institution-Functioning of IFCL,
IDBI, ICICI, SBI, SFC.

UNIT IV: FINANCIAL SERVICES
Indian money market structure composition characteristics and weakness, reforms of
Indian money market, Bill market and Reserve Bank of India (RBI).

UNIT V: MONEY AND CAPITAL MARKET
Indian capital market composition and growth, primary and secondary market, Capital
market reforms in India, non-banking, finance companies in capital market, merchant
banking and financial banking service.


Suggested Readings:
1. Sundaram & Varsheney: Banking Theory Law & Practice, Sultan Chand & Sons, New
   Delhi.
2. Tannan’s Banking Law & Practice in India.
3. Maheshwari & Paul R.R.: Banking Theory Law & Practice, Kalyani Publishers

				
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