Step 1 – Go through in detail the Project Guidelines OU-MBA Aug 2018 Password is mirza

Step 2 – From the Finance Chart – Password is MirzaR narrow down your area of interest in Finance

Step 3 – Finalize topic from the MBA Project Topics – Finance – 24092018 and communicate in person to me ASAP

Step 4 – Start preparing Project Synopsis



Step 5 – Start Project Work

Step 6 – Submit final Project Report by 5-11-2018


Finance Elective Chart-1



Finance Elective

The following is the Finance Chart. The chart covers various areas of finance. A student who wants to opt finance as elective must understand the various areas of finance that s/he will be studying and the chart will assist student in finalizing area of finance in which s/he wants pursue career and plan accordingly.


Click on the following link to open the finance  chart in PDF


Finance Chart – Password is MirzaR



The following are Important Questions for FM, IB, and FMS internal examination. You will be asked to answer five questions with internal choice. Read all questions to score more. Attempt all questions. ALL THE BEST.




  1. Write a note on i) Risk adjusted Discount Rate, ii) Certainty Equivalents,  Beta Coefficient, iii) Sensitivity Analysis

  2. Explain the various sources of finance and the financial instruments through which the finance can be raised.

  3. Briefly discuss various theories of capital structure. Explain the concept and financial effects of leverages.

  4. What is cost of capital? Discuss the concept of average cost of capital and marginal cost of capital. Discuss the measurement of cost of capital.

  5. Explain the concept and characteristics of Working Capital? Discuss the factors determining the WC and how WC requirement is estimated?

  6. Discuss the management and financing of current assets with special emphasis on Cash management, Receivables management, and Inventory management. What are the bank norms for short term bank finance?

  7. Discuss the major dividend valuation theories centered on the works of Gordon, Walter and Lintner. Write a brief note on dividend policies of Indian companies


  1. Problem on calculation of the Degree of Operating, Financial and Combined Leverages

  2. Problem on calculation MPS using Gordon & Walter’s model of dividend

  3. Problem on computation of weighted average cost of capital based on book values as well as market values.

  4. Problem on EOQ- Quantity Discount (What should the firm do if the supplier offers discount)



Section B ( Ht No. 91 to 180)

  1. Explain various global market entry strategies – licensing, franchising, contract manufacturing, assembly and integrated local manufacturing.

  2. Discuss the concept and types of Strategic Alliance. How strategic alliance partner is selected managed and sustained?

  3. Explain the electronic processing of international trade documents and policy frame work for global e-business

  4. Discuss the conceptual framework of e-business and pre-requisite for effective e-business transactions.

  5. Briefly explain intercultural communication dimensions of international business

  6. What are E-enabled business process transformation and challenges? Discuss E-business technology and environment

  7. Discuss in detail the inter-cultural human resource management in global context

  8. Write a note on i) E-Business applications ii) E-Business Models iii) Alternative E-Business strategies

  9. What is global strategic planning? What are the approaches to formulating and implementing global strategy?

  10. Bring out the need for cost and benefit analysis of entry strategies. What is entry strategy analysis and configuration?




  1. Write a note on Indian Securities Market. Briefly discuss Primary market, Secondary market, & its products and participants

  2. Define and explain the significance of IPO. Discuss the process, stages, & SEBI guidelines relating to new issue management.

  3. Discuss the contribution of Derivates market to Indian Securities Market. Write a note on derivatives reforms & research.

  4. Discuss the factoring scenarios in India with special emphasis on recommendations of Kalyan Sundaram Committee.

  5. Write a note on Credit rating agencies in India and their performance. Explain the dimensions of credit rating methodology and process.

  6. Discuss the concept and evolution of Merchant Banking in India. Write a note on SEBI (MB )Regulation 1992

  7. Explain the concept and utility of credit rating. Explain different types of rating along with symbols of rating and grades

  8. Explain the concept and characteristics of Hire purchase. How is it different from leasing and installment method?

  9. Discuss characteristics & types of insurance. What are Requirements of an insurable risk?

  10. Explain the recent trends in insurance sector in India support your answers with various journal/Magazine & news articles

  11. Explain the evolution, concept, classification, & rationale of leasing. Discuss funding & regulatory aspects of leasing industry in India.

  12. Distinguish between factoring and bill discounting concept, process, and legal aspects.


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On request of students, Important questions for JNTU-H MBA II SEM R17 are being uploaded. 


The following are important questions for JNTU-H R-17 MBA II SEM according to latest syllabus.

Every file is password protected. You need to type correct password to open the file. The password is mentioned right next to the subject name. Kindly look for the password carefully and type the correct password to open the document.

The password is case sensitive, this  means, if the Password is in capital letter such as MOB, then you should type MOB in capital letters. If you type mob in small letters then the file will not open.  If you are unable to find the password do not panic. Just search for the password on that page itself. The Password is  right in front of your eyes but sometimes due to some reason you are unable to find it.

Kindly search for password on the site itself, if after your 1 hour long effort to search password, you are unable to find it, then only Contact Us. 

The following are important questions MBA II Sem R17 in PDF format. You need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer to open this file.


Important Questions for MBA II SEM JNTUH are being prepared and would be uploaded soon


8. HRM -MBA II SEM – JNTUH Important Questions Password is mRbHRMJh
9. MM – MBA II SEM – JNTUH R17- Important Questions Password is mRbmMJh
10. FM – MBA II SEM – JNTUH R17- Important Questions Password is MrBFjH
11. QABD – MBA II SEM – JNTUH R17- Important Questions Password is MrbORJh
12. Entrepreneurship – MBA II SEM – JNTUH R17- Important Questions Password is mRbEnjH
13A. TQM – MBA II SEM – JNTUH R17- Important Questions Password is mRbTQmjh
13B. CG – MBA II SEM – JNTUH R17- Important Questions Password is MRbcGjH
13C. IB – MBA II SEM – JNTUH R17- Important Questions Password is mRbIbjH
13D. SCM – MBA II SEM – JNTUH R17- Important Questions Password is MRbLmJh

International Business Assignment-2018-AAKCBA

Assignment for International Business-Elective-2018 is provided below. Students must download the copy and start working on assignment. Students can post comment if they have any questions.


Apart from annual report and Form 10-K, students must browse following websites for relevant content. Try to incorporate latest articles connecting to your topic in assignment with Harvard Referencing System



For assignment copy (PDF) click below

IB Elective -Assignment- Roll No, 91 to 180 AAKCBA-March-2018 Password is mrbib



Managerial Economics and Accountancy (MEA)/ MEFA for Engineering – EEE/EIE/ECE/CIVIL/IT/






MEA – MJCET – Assignment-TutorialApril 2018

Solutions to Final account problems Password is mrbfa

Study Material  – Managerial Economics

MEA – Market structures- Perfect Competition-Monopoly Password is mrbMS

1 Study Material – Managerial Economics

2. Study Material – Managerial Economics

3. Study Material – Managerial Economics

4. Study Material – Managerial Economics


 MEA Material is provided below

  1. Managerial Economics and Accountancy – MEA- Unit I Password is

  2. Managerial Economics and Accountancy – MEA – Unit III Password is

  3. Managerial Economics and Accountancy – MEA – Unit III – Break Even Analysis- Cost Output Relationship – CVP-Marginal Costing-Cost Behaviour  Password is 

  4. Managerial Economics & Accountancy – Unit IV  Password is

  5. Managerial Economics & Accountancy – Unit – V Password is


Numerical Problems – Handouts

Marginal Costing-CVP Analysis – Cost Behavior Numerical Problems Set



Syllabus for Managerial Economics and Accountancy – Civil/EEE/EIE Password is MeA


E-Business – Important Questions – MBA III SEM-OU

E-business is reality of business world today. Advancement of Information Communication Technology (ICT) has completely transformed the business landscape.  Every organization whether profit or non profit, and government or non government has understood the significance of ICT.

The advent of Smartphones and plummeting internet cost due to price competition among internet service providers have drastically changed the way organizations operate.

In order to compete and survive in technological advanced environment it becomes imperative for businesses, governments and individuals to understand the nuances of E-business & E-Commerce. Especially a student of business should get in sync with the advancement in ICT to have a successful career.


Important Question According to MBA (CBCS) – New Syllabus (2016)

Important questions for E-Business Password is mRbeB122018


Innovation is vital for every organization. All firms need to innovate in order to survive in the cut-throat competition. Almost all companies invest regularly on R&D. The core topics of this subject are Research & Development and Innovation Management.


Important Questions for Innovation Management Password is mRbiM122018






Introduction about R&D, Traditional view of R&D, R&D Management and the industrial context, R&D investment and company success, Classifying R&D, Operations that make up R&D, Integration of R&D, Strategic pressures on R&D, Technology Leverage and R&D strategies,

Paul Trott, Innovation Management and New Product Development, 4/e, Pearson, Chapter – 8, Page – 250 – 271


Allocation of Funds to R&D projects, Setting R & D budgets, levels of Expenditure.

Paul Trott, Innovation Management and New Product Development, 4/e, Pearson, Chapter – 8, Page – 271-274

Changing nature of R&D management, organizing Industrial R &D, Acquisition of external technology, Forms of External R&D.

Paul Trott, Innovation Management and New Product Development, 4/e, Pearson, Chapter – 9, Page – 286-298


Managing scientific freedom, Link with product innovation process, effect of R&D investment on products, Evaluating R&D progress, evaluation criteria.

Paul Trott, Innovation Management and New Product Development, 4/e, Pearson, Chapter – 8, Page – 299-306


Importance of Innovation, Innovation & Invention, Successful & Un-Successful innovations, Types of innovations, Innovation a Management process.

Paul Trott, Innovation Management and New Product Development, 4/e, Pearson, Chapter – 8, Page – 1 – 29


Organizations and Innovation, Organizational Characteristics that Facilitate Innovation, Organizational Structures and innovation, Role of Individual in Innovation, IT Systems and their Impact on Innovation.

Paul Trott, Innovation Management and New Product Development, 4/e, Pearson, Chapter – 8, Page – 74 – 97


Financial Risk Management is one of the most important topics of Finance especially for those who want to make their career in Investment Banking. The same course is being offered as diploma by few private institutes at a approx fee of Rs.35,000.


The subject starts with definition of risk and various types of risk. First two units deals with risk, types of risk, Var, Car & ALM. The topic of derivative is spread across III units. These units cover in detail, futures, options and swaps.


This syllabus of this subject must be upgraded as the financial markets, especially F&O segment grew stupendously. In order to match the pace of new developments in F&O segment it would be wise if the university takes help from Syllabus NISM Certificate – Derivatives



Important Questions for FRM Password is mRbFRm122018 


MAM IX SEM (MBA 5 years Integrated) – Case Study Analysis & Presentation Topic

All MAM IX Sem students are hereby informed that they must prepare Case study & deliver presentation after selecting  a topic from the list of topics provided below. Last date for finalizing topic is 22-Dec-2017.



  1. Students must email soft-copy of the Case study and Presentation (PPT) to the concerned faculty.
  2. If the student is unable to find relevant information then he/she must report the same to the faculty and request for assistance.
  3. Case study must be Word processed or Handwritten on A4 size with one inch margin on top, left, right side and two inch margin at the bottom/footer.
  4. Page numbers at the bottom/footer right of every page in the format “Page n of N” and n <= N, where ‘n’ denotes the current page and ‘N’ denotes the total number of pages
  5. Use 12 point Times New Roman script, font color as Black.
  6. You are not supposed to cut/copy paste the content and violate Copyright Act. Give reference to your content
  7. Use the Harvard Referencing System.
  8. Limit the body of the report to 5000 words.
  9. Complete the title page and sign the statement of authenticity.
  10. First Draft report of your case study will be discussed on 27-DEC-2017
  11. Second Draft report of your case study will be discussed on 30-DEC-2017
  12. Use a treasury tag or stapler to keep the pages of your work together. Submit your work in a transparent plastic folder, with your name on the folder.
  13. Last date for submission of and Presentation (PPT) is 4-JAN-2018
H.T. NO.
Bandhan Bank: Bonding forever
Manpasand Beverages becomes Manpasand
Amazon ‘s Amazing Value creation
Eicher Motor’s turnaround by Siddhartha – The Accomplisher
How digital technology is transforming Saudi Telecom Company
The rise of Xiaomi and other Chinese brands in India
General Electric Transformation under Jeff Immelt
Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 and Competitive Advantage of Nation
Uber’s prospective partner: Female Drivers in Saudi Arabia
UAE’s  legal reforms to foster growth of new industries
DMart – Avenue Supermarts’ Superr se uperr performance
Cryptocurrency: the past, the present, and the future
BJP Rising: Amit Shah’s crafting and executing strategy
Leadership Lessons: Managing Indian National Congress in turbulent times by Rajiv Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi, & Rahul Gandhi
Airbnb is Everywhere: The company’s Global Expansion
The fall of Blackberry, Nokia, Palm & Motorola
Venus Williams Advantage Entrepreneur
Re-Birth of Lynas Corporation
The US sanctions and the Impact on Iranian businesses
Jio Effect: Changing India’s Telecom Industry Landscape
Explosive Growth of Indian Luxury Market
Artificial Intelligence is Revolutionizing Businesses