NISM COMMON DERIVATIVES COURSE

NISM COMMON DERIVATIVES 1. Basics of Derivatives Introduction to derivatives History and evolution of derivatives market Factors influencing the growth of derivatives market History of Indian derivatives Market and available derivative products in India Market participants and their roles in the derivatives markets OTC and Exchange Traded Market Significance and economic purpose of derivatives Risks […]

NISM INVESTMENT ADVISOR LEVEL ONE COURSE

NISM INVESTMENT ADVISOR LEVEL ONE I. Introduction to Indian Financial Market         Understand the macro-economic parameters of Indian Economy Understand the features of Indian Financial Markets Know the structure of Indian Financial Markets Understand the role of the participants in the Indian Financial Markets Know the role of various Regulators regulating Indian Financial Markets (In brief) […]

NCFM VENTURE CAPITAL AND PRIVATE EQUITY COURSE

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NCFM INSURANCE COURSE

NCFM INSURANCE Introduction to Insurance Definition of Insurance Concept of Insurance / How insurance works Insurance Act, 1938 Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) Insurance Advertisements and Disclosure Regulations,2000 Protection of Policy Holders Interest Regulations, 2002 Third Party Administrators (TPA) Fundamentals of Risk Management Definition of Risk Classification of Risks Definition of Risk Management Stages […]

ICWA INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING COURSE

ICWA INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING SECTION A: GENERALLY ACCEPTED ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES & ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS [10 MARKS]  1. Accounting Process  Theoretical framework (meaning, scope and usefulness of Accounting; Accounting principles, concepts and convention) Accounting Life Cycle (ALC) – From Investment of Capital (Cash) to Realization of Revenue (Cash) Capital and Revenue transactions- capital and revenue expenditures, capital and […]

ICWA INTERMEDIATE LAW AND ETHICS COURSE

ICWA INTERMEDIATE LAW AND ETHICS SECTION A: LAWS (INDUSTRIAL AND ECONOMIC LAWS) [60 MARKS]  1. Laws of Contracts  Essential elements of a contract, offer and acceptance Void and voidable agreements Consideration Legality of object Multinational agreement e-contracts Strategies and constraints to enforce contractual obligations Quasi-contracts, contingent contracts, termination or discharge of contracts Special contracts : […]

NCFM INFORMATION SECURITY SERVICES PROFESSIONALS COURSE

NCFM INFORMATION SECURITY SERVICES PROFESSIONALS 1. Security Policy  Security policy is a definition of what it means to be secure for a system, organization or other entity. For an organization, it addresses the constraints on behavior of its members as well as constraints imposed on adversaries by mechanisms such as doors, locks, keys and walls. […]

ICWA INTERMEDIATE DIRECT TAX COURSE

ICWA INTERMEDIATE DIRECT TAX SECTION A: INCOME TAX [75 MARKS]  1. Income Tax Act, 1961 –  Basic Concepts and definitions Background, concepts, definitions Capital and revenue – receipts, expenditures Basis of charge and scope of total income Residential Status and Incidence of Tax (b) Tax Accounting Standards by the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) […]

ICWA FINAL CORPORATE FINANCIAL REPORTING COURSE

ICWA FINAL CORPORATE FINANCIAL REPORTING CORPORATE FINANCIAL REPORTING  Study Note 1 : Evoluation and Convergence of International Accounting Standards  Framework of Accounting US GAAPs International Accounting Standards International Financial Reporting Standards Indian Accounting Standards Comparative Analysis of the Indian Accounting Standards, IFRS and USGAAP Presentation of Financial Statements (Schedule III) Study Note 2 : Accounting […]

ACCA COURSE SYLLABUS

ACCA COURSE SYLLABUS The purpose and types of business organisation Define ‘business organisations’ and explain why they are formed.[K] Describe common features of business organisations.[K] Outline how business organisations differ.[K] List the industrial and commercial sectors in which business organisations operate.[K] Identify the different types of business Stakeholders in business organizations Define stakeholders and explain […]