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NMIMS Course: Strategic Financial Management

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Course: Strategic Financial Management



Internal Assignment Applicable for December 2015 Examination

Assignment Marks: 30

Instructions:

·       All Questions carry equal marks.
·       All Questions are compulsory
·       All answers to be explained in not more than 1000 words for question 1 and 2 and for question 3in not more than 500 words for each subsection. Use relevant examples, illustrations as far aspossible.
·       All answers to be written individually. Discussion and group work is not advisable.
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Question. 1. Madras Rubber Factory, popularly known as MRF, the first Indian company toexport tyres to USA is looking forward for entering into partnership with renownedtoy brands all over the world. The company is planning to access foreign fundsfrom the international market. Discuss any four methods which can be employedby the company to raise fund from the international market. (10 Marks)

Answer:
There are two sorts of capital that an organization can use to store operations: debt and equity. Judicious corporate fund hone includes deciding the blend of debt and equity that is most financially savvy.

The most widely recognized sorts of debt capital are bank advances, individual advances, bonds and Mastercarddebt. When hoping to grow, an organization can raise extra capital by applying for another advance or opening a credit extension. This sort of subsidizing is alluded to as debt capital since it includes acquiring cash under a legally binding consent to reimburse the assets at a later date. With the conceivable exemption of

Question.2. Dell is the best example of a turnaround strategy. A Turnaround strategy isadopted by business entities when the entity’s management feels that that thedecision made earlier is wrong, need to be rectified before it damages theprofitability of the company. Today, dell is identified as the second largestcomputer retailer in the world. Almost a decade back in 2007; Dell withdrew itsdirect selling strategy and started selling its computers through the retail outlets.What can be the reasons for any corporate to adopt this strategy for survival. Also,discuss its types. If, any. (10 Marks)

Answer:The sluggish recovery from the considerable subsidence, joined with changes in innovation have played ruin with numerous independent ventures. Lately, of all shapes and sizes clients alike have decreased optional spending and searched for more reasonable approaches to procure the products and enterprises they bought. Also, on account of the Internet, regardless of whether you're a corporate buying specialist or searching for a

Question.3. (a) TCS has following capital structure. From the information provided find out theWeighted Average Cost of Capital ( 5 Marks)



Answer:

b)Aesha Motors is considering a proposal to install new machine. The initialexpenses will be 31 lacs. The cost of capital being 15 %. The expected cash inflowsfrom the operations will be as under


Calculate the NPV of the proposal. (5 Marks)


Answer:

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NMIMS Course: Project Management

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Course: Project Management



Internal Assignment Applicable for December 2015 Examination

Assignment Marks: 30

Instructions:

·       All Questions carry equal marks.
·       All Questions are compulsory
·       All answers to be explained in not more than 1000 words for question 1 and 2 and for question 3in not more than 500 words for each subsection. Use relevant examples, illustrations as far aspossible.
·       All answers to be written individually. Discussion and group work is not advisable.
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·       Students should write the assignment in their own words. Copying of assignments from otherstudents is not allowed.



Question. 1. Assume that your company is planning to construct a chemical factory in NaviMumbai. Who are the key stakeholders? Why stakeholder analysis is important as aprecondition of the decision whether or not to follow through with such a plan? Asa Project manager how are going to negotiate with different stakeholders in theproject? (10 Marks)

Answer:Negotiations can happen whenever in a venture, program or portfolio and might be formal or casual in nature. Formal Negotiations are commonly with suppliers on such issues as concurring contracts. Casual Negotiations incorporate dialogs to determine strife, or examinations to get interior assets. Negotiation abilities are utilized as a part of numerous zones of P3 administration, for example, refereeing, contract administration,

             
Question.2. Construct a WBS (Work break-down structure) for a project in which you plan anevent in your office/organization. (10 Marks)

Answer:A Work Breakown Structure (WBS) is utilized for separating a venture into effectively sensible segments, or nibbles. Here we'll separate the procedure for you, making it simple to utilize these structures in your venture arranging.

Fundamentals of a Work Breakdown Structure




Question.3. All projects encounter some risk. New and unique projects have more unknowns andtherefore more risks. A project manager needs to use an appropriate level of detailin risk planning enough to plan for all major and minor risks.


a)Assume yourself to be a project manager of a company involved in “new productsdevelopment projects”, how are you going to do the risk planning to identifypotential problems that could cause trouble for your project?(5 Marks)

Answer:Project Risk identification proof is the most vital process in the Risk Management Planning. Risk Identification figures out which risks may influence the venture and records their qualities. We should not invest excessively energy in identification of risks. After the rundown is made, subjective and quantitative examination is done to make
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NMIMS Course: International Finance

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Course: International Finance



Internal Assignment Applicable for December 2017 Examination

Assignment Marks: 30

Instructions:

·       All Questions carry equal marks.
·       All Questions are compulsory
·       All answers to be explained in not more than 1000 words for question 1 and 2 and for question 3in not more than 500 words for each subsection. Use relevant examples, illustrations as far aspossible.
·       All answers to be written individually. Discussion and group work is not advisable.
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·       Students should write the assignment in their own words. Copying of assignments from otherstudents is not allowed.



Question. 1. 8th November, 2016 is considered as very important day for Indian Economy. Whathappened on that day? What were the impacts of that incident on USD: INR value?(10 Marks)

Answer:8th November, 2016 is considered as very important day for Indian Economy.India's NDA government made a strong stride of rejecting Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes to check dark cash in the nation. The move was reported by Prime Minister NarendraModi in a broadcast declaration to the country.

On 8 November 2016, the Government of India declared the demonetisation of all ₹500 (US$7.40) and ₹1,000 (US$15) banknotes of the Mahatma Gandhi Series. The legislature guaranteed that the activity would diminish the shadow economy


Question.2. There are many Indian Companies listed in international stock market rather thanIndian stock market. What are the advantages and disadvantages of listing inInternational stock market? Explain the procedure for the same. (10 Marks)

Answer: Advantages and disadvantages of listing in International stock market:

Pros

Makes a market valuation for the business and empowers the chance to raise capital for extension, and in addition the likelihood of understanding some of your speculation.

Gives access to an obtaining money and straightforwardness around the estimation of the business. Recorded organizations frequently utilize their shares, rather than money, to make acquisitions. This can be especially valuable while executing a purchase and-construct technique when money can be better used in different territories. "In the event that you have a target valuation for your shares, an objective organization will know precisely what they're getting in the event that you offer them partakes in your business," clarifies Dr


Question.3. CASE STUDY

India's foreign exchange reserves went up $1.3 bn to touch $ 367.2bn as of the week ended August 19 said the Reserve Bank of India in its weekly statistical report. According to market sources after two weeks of remaining flat the reserves went up supported by strong capital inflow which has given the chance to RBI to mop up more dollars to prepare for the FCNR(B) outflows that are expected to begin next month.India'sforex reserves have been steadily climbing up to a record high, only with occassional hiccups in the event of international issues like Brexit, impending Fed rate hike and even uncertainty in the Chinese economy. The stability of the Indian markets have also caused net inflows to the tune of Rs 5397 crore in the month of August thereby taking the total inflow into Indian equities and debt markets to Rs 32,452 crore this year shows data released by NSDL. Source: The Economic Times, Aug 26, 2016

a)What is the meaning of BREXIT? What is the relation between India’s foreignexchange and BREXIT? (5 Marks)

Answer:The United Kingdom's forthcoming withdrawal from the European Union is generally known as Brexit, a portmanteau of "England" and "exit". Following a submission hung on 23 June 2016, in which 51.9% of votes cast were supportive of leaving the EU, the UK government has expressed its goal to summon Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union (the formal technique for pulling back) on 29 March 2017. This, inside the bargain terms, would put the UK on a course to leave the EU on, before or possibly after 29 March 2019.


b)Why most of the investors prefer to invest in Indian Market? Explain with the helpof above paragraph. (5 Marks)

Answer:Most investors have a gigantic home predisposition. This means most investors want to put resources into their home markets. Test this: investors in the US put around 73% in their home market when the US securities exchange represents half of worldwide values. Those in the UK contribute around half at home, when the UK securities exchange makes up just 10% of worldwide stocks. Indians contribute about 98-100% of their value
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NMIMS Course: Financial Institutions and Market

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Course: Financial Institutions and Market



Internal Assignment Applicable for December 2017 Examination

Assignment Marks: 30

Instructions:

·       All Questions carry equal marks.
·       All Questions are compulsory
·       All answers to be explained in not more than 1000 words for question 1 and 2 and for question 3in not more than 500 words for each subsection. Use relevant examples, illustrations as far aspossible.
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Question. 1. XYZ Ltd. is listed on NSE & BSE. However the stock price of the Company islanguishing for more than a year. As a CFO of the Company you are required to makepresentation to the Board of the Company on various anomalies/ events that have impacton stock price movements? Also explain in brief the EMH concept. (10 Marks)

Answer:In this case,XYZ Ltd. is listed on NSE & BSE. However the stock price of the Company is languishing for more than a year. Being on the position of a CFO of the Company, there is a requirement for the purpose of making professional presentation to the Board of the Company on various anomalies/ events that have impact on stock price movements.

Efficient-market hypothesis (EMH) is a thought



Question.2. PSL Ltd. is a textile manufacturing Company with annual turnover of Rs. 1,200Crores. The Company has decided to go public to fund the future CAPEX plan. TheCompany is looking to raise about Rs. 500 Crores. As a CFO, discuss the process andmethod of listing of the shares in the stock market. (10 Marks)

Answer:In this case, PSL Ltd. is a textile manufacturing Company with annual turnover of Rs. 1,200 Crores. The Company has decided to go public to fund the future CAPEX plan. The Company is looking to raise about Rs. 500 Crores. Being on the position of a CFO of the company, it is the responsibility of CFO to understand and elaborate details regarding process and method of listing of the shares in the stock market.



Question.3. (a) You have joined LMH Ltd. as CFO. The company has annual export turnover ofRs. 700 Crores. The Company is expecting inflow of US$ 5 million in the month of April2017. As a CFO you have to guide the management to hedge the financial exchange risk.Explain various hedging techniques. (5 Marks)

Answer:Hedging is a procedure by which hazard is decreased; nonetheless, I'll underline that unless you sell a position, all hazard can't be killed. Hedging can decrease most hazard, however as you will see, some of the time you end up exchanging one hazard for another.



(b) Indian financial system and financial market are witnessing a fast paced liberalizationover past few decades. In light of these changes, as a CEO of a new E- commerce Startup, briefly explain various financial services/ payment options that you can offer to allyour customers? (5 Marks)

Answer:Payment strategies are the ways that your clients can pay for your products and ventures. It regards consider what payment techniques you will offer when you begin your business and additionally intermittently after you begin it.

When beginning your business, you'll have to choose how
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NMIMS Course : Business Ethics, Governance & Risk

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Course: Business Ethics, Governance & Risk



Internal Assignment Applicable for December 2017 Examination

Assignment Marks: 30

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Question. 1. McDonalds is the biggest food chain in the world. Beef is served in only those places where it is culturally accepted. In India, where vegetarian food is preferred, one finds ample varieties of it in their outlets. What is your opinion about cultural clashes in business. With the help of a real life product/ business example showcase how business has ingenious ways to cross over cultural differences. (10 Marks)

Answer: Showcasing the business is always tricky. There are so many strategies that can be used and companies like McDonalds usually use most advanced strategy so that they can compete with the present competition of the market. When any company expands its food chain globally then they also need to deal with cultural differences and that also becomes the part of their strategy. With the help of a real life product/ business example showcase, it becomes possible for companies and business to have ingenious ways which can allow


Question. 2. “Reach for the stars but always keep one foot on the ground”, was the best advice that L.N.Mittal received. He says that ambition soars high and along with that the compulsions of achieving the goals. It then becomes difficult to practice integrity and to stay in touch with reality. Success means you fly and cannot keep your feet grounded. What do you understand by business ambition. Is it a ethical quality? When does success define good business? (10 Marks)

Answer:“Reach for the stars but always keep one foot on the ground”, it is quite an impressive and inspirational business quotation. This is the quotation that defines the important factors of business and it is one of the best advices that were given to the Mr. L.N.Mittal. He has his own strategy of achieving goals and that strategy is somehow inspired with this quotation as well. No matter what kind of business you are doing, ethical quality is


Question. 3. A) In the parking lot of malls in Bangalore, it is a common sight to see provisions made to recharge the car batteries of Reva, the electric car. Unlike Nano, Reva did not get much publicity, but the way it works is quietly making sense to the consumers. How can ethical consumerism change businesses, explain using Reva as a case. (5 Marks)

Answer:we can commonly see in the parking lot of Bangaloremalls the basic provisions that were made to recharge the car batteries of Reva which is an electric car. It is Quite unique electric car and different from Nano car. Reva did not get much publicity, but the way it works is quietly making sense to the consumers. Due to their application of ethical consumerism, there are higher possibilities of change in businesses opportunities in the case of Reva.


B) An ordinary consumer in the market recognizes the various common brands, for instance Lipton, Mcdonalds, Tata Motors, Apple, Bata etc. thousands of companies that supply to the varied needs of consumer jostle for a place in the consumer’s heart and mind. These companies would like to build a good reputation and present themselves as most ethical. In this manner they build a good corporate culture. What brings ‘good’ in the corporate culture, elaborate? (5 Marks)

Answer: Reputation is one of the most important things for the success of any company. It doesn’t matter whether you achieve success quickly or after some time, development of right and good reputation is the most important thing so that the company can build trust of the customers towards its services and products. This is the part of corporate
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MS-6 Marketing for Managers

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Course Code                                                 :                            MS-6
Course Title                                                  :                            Marketing for Managers
Assignment Code                                        :                            MS-6/TMA/SEM-I/2017
Coverage                                                       :                            All Blocks

Note : Attempt all the questions and submit this assignment on or before 30th April, 2017 to the coordinator of your study center.


Question.1. (a) Define Marketing and discuss its scope as an exchange process between the firm and its customers. Illustrate with two suitable examples of your choice.

Answer:The exchange process is the act of obtaining a desired object from someone by offering something of value in return. The exchange between the person in need (i.e., someone who offers money or some other personal resource) and the organization selling the product, service, or idea results in a transaction. The top goal of any marketing organization is to facilitate and help increase sales transaction by convincing potential consumers and existing customers to buy their company's product or service.


Question. 1. (b) Scan various secondary data sources available to you and collect relevant data historically to discuss the importance of Marketing in an emerging economy like India.

Answer:Markets are the context, both physical and conceptual, where exchange takes place. Marketing includes all activities from the producer to the final including processing and distribution systems. The term producer includes farmers or pastoralists and the manufacturers of production inputs when they produce the commodity being marketed. The term consumer is used for anyone who is the final consumer of a product or the final user of a production input (e.g. pastoralists may consume butter and veterinary inputs). The retailer

Question.2. (a) Explain the term Market Planning. Discuss the elements of Marketing Mix and their role in formulating suitable strategy in the following situations.
(i) Chain of Computer training centers
(ii) Premium Unisex Talcum powder.

Answer:A marketing strategy is a plan developed by an organization that describes how a company's products and/or services will be offered to customers. Products are tangible items produced by labor to satisfy a need. A service is a valuable action or deed performed to fulfill a demand or need.

The marketing strategy is shaped by the ultimate goals of the company and is the foundation of the marketing plan. All businesses are exposed to the outside world, which means decision-making by the company is influenced frequently. Any force


(ii) Premium Unisex Talcum powder.

The quality of every Johnson & Johnson product is very good and even then, the company has decided on an affordable pricing policy. Many times, its products also use psychological pricing by keeping the value of the product at multiples of 99 or 49.

The company for all its health care products has tried to retain their increased net prices inside the CPI or the Consumer Price Index.  It is an index in use in USA and it considers the average purchase price of a product which the consumer can afford. As


Question. 2. (b) Define Market Segmentation and discuss its scope and the bases of segmentation that are relevant to the Indian Marketer.

Answer:Segmentation refers to a process of bifurcating or dividing a large unit into various small units which have more or less similar or related characteristics.

Market Segmentation

·       Market segmentation is a marketing


Question.3. (a) Who is a Consumer? Elaborate giving suitable examples. Why it is necessary for marketers to have a sound knowledge of the end user and their behavior. Discuss.

Answer:Consumer Behaviour refers to the study of buying tendencies of consumers. An individual who goes for shopping does not necessarily end up buying products. There are several stages a consumer goes through before he finally picks up things available in the market. Various factors, be it cultural, social, personal or psychological influence the buying decision of individuals.


Question. 3. (b) Distinguish between New Product Development with Product Life Cycle with an example.

Answer:Before a product can embark on its journey through the four product life cycle stages, it has to be developed. New product development is typically a huge part of any manufacturing process. Most organizations realize that all products have a limited lifespan, and so new products need to be developed to replace them and keep the

Question.4. (a) What is pricing? What are the major objectives of pricing for a marketer? Explain with suitable example the various pricing methods available to the marketer.

Answer:Pricing strategy in marketing is the pursuit of identifying the optimum price for a product. This strategy is combined with the other marketing principles known as the four P's (product, place, price, and promotion), market demand, product characteristics, competition, and economic patterns. The pricing strategy tends to be one of the more critical components of the marketing mix and is focused on generating revenue and ultimately profit for the company. The success in pricing strategies for businesses is heightened with clarity on

Question. 4. (b) What make Distribution as one of the core function in a manufacturing concern? List out and discuss the major channels of distribution that you are familiar with suitable examples.

Answer:The distribution function of marketing is comparable to the place component of the marketing mix in that both center on getting the goods from the producer to the consumer. A distribution channel in marketing refers to the path or route through which goods and services travel to get from the place of production or manufacture to the final users. It has at its center transportation and logistical considerations.
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MS-07 Information Systems for Managers

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Course Code                                                 :                            MS-07
Course Title                                                  :                            Information Systems for Managers
Assignment Code                                        :                            MS-07/TMA/SEM-I/2017
Coverage                                                       :                            All Blocks


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Question. 1. What is open source software? Where can one find Open Source software? Isn't it hard to get reliable support for open-source software? Explain the differences between commercial software, shareware, open source software, freeware, and public domain software.

Answer:The term "open source" refers to something people can modify and share because its design is publicly accessible.

The term originated in the context of software development to designate a specific approach to creating computer programs. Today, however, "open source" designates a broader set of values—what we call "the open source way." Open source projects, products, or initiatives embrace and celebrate principles of open exchange, collaborative participation, rapid prototyping, transparency, meritocracy, and community-oriented


Question. 2. What is change in the focus of operations management? Is this change in the focus is due to the increase of competitiveness in Business? Elaborate. Also illustrate, the capabilities expected of information systems in context of Operations Management.

Answer:Strategic information systems (SIS) are information systems that are developed in response to corporate business initiative. They are intended to give competitive advantage to the organization. They may deliver a product or


Question. 3. Discuss the important features of Java. Describe the Java development tools and the six functional packages included in Java standard library.

Answer:The Java Class Library (JCL) is a set of dynamically loadable libraries that Java applications can call at run time. Because the Java Platform is not dependent on a specific operating system, applications cannot rely on any of the platform-native libraries. Instead, the Java Platform provides a comprehensive set of standard class libraries,


Question. 4. What is the difference between a database and a data warehouse? Take a small representative database from any organization and try to convert it into a data warehouse. What are the visible advantages that you can make out?

Answer:In a very generic sense, the two may appear to be similar, but there are very important differences, in architecture, technology and usage patterns.

The term "database" is very broadly defined and covers a lot of stuff, but the basic ideas are relatively simple to understand.



Question. 5. Define Artificial Intelligence. Why is it said that some problems can only be solved through intuitive algorithms and thus are in the AI domain? Identify some latest managerial trends and issues related to applied AI technologies.

Answer:Artificial intelligence (AI) is the field within computer science that seeks to explain and to emulate, through mechanical or computational processes, some or all aspects of human intelligence. Included among these aspects of intelligence are the ability to interact with the environment through sensory means and the ability to make
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