Paper II: Banking And Financial System - B Com Part II Syllabus - Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner(MGSU, Bikaner)

Unit – I
Money: Meaning, functions, role, type of money, monetary standard, methods of note issue, alternative measures to money supply in India.
Money market in India: meaning and importance of money market, structure and constituents, instruments, characteristics, defects and recent trends in Indian money market.
Devaluation of money, inflation and deflation.
Unit – II
Financial system and intermediaries: meaning, importance and main components of financial system. Types, working process and functions of Financial intermediary institutions in India.
Capital market in India: meaning and significance of Capital market, structure, functions, main instruments and recent trends in Indian Capital market.
Unit – III
Credit creation by bank: Credit creation process, determination of money supply and total bank credit, monetary policies and techniques of credit control, fiscal policy, Interest rates: various rates in India (viz. bond rate, bill rate, deposit rates etc.), Administered rates and market determined rates, sources of difference in rates of interest.
Unit – IV
Value of Money: Quantity Theory of Money, Fisher, Cambridge and Keynesian approach, International Financial Institutions: International Monetary Fund, International Bank of Reconstruction and Development, IFC, IDA, and ADB.
Unit – V

Problems and policies of Allocations of Institutional credit: problems between the government and the Commercial sector, inter-sectoral and inter-regional problems, problems between large and small borrowers, operation of conflicting pressure before and after bank nationalization in 1969. Banking and Financial System Reforms, RBI functions, Credit policy in present setting and its limitations.

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