Financial Management and Policy

Vibhooti Mishra
Last Update September 19, 2021
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About This Course

Course Outcomes:

By the end of this course, a student will be able to:

OMCOM-DS-203.1.   Analyze financial management concepts and its important functions taking into account other relevant financial issues.

OMCOM-DS-203.2.   Develop the analytical skills by associating the tool and techniques with the situation.

OMCOM-DS-203.3.   Interpret the prevailing business environment and be able to take decisions under risk and uncertainty.

OMCOM-DS-203.4.   Apply business information and financial theory in investment decisions.




Unit 1: Introduction of Financial Management

  • Nature, scope and objectives of financial management
  • Financial decision making and types of financial decisions
  • Finance as strategic function
  • Agency problem: risk-return frame work for financial decision-making
  • Time value of money

Unit 2: Investment Decisions

  • Nature and kinds of capital budgeting decisions
  • Techniques of evaluating capital budgeting decisions
  • Capital rationing
  • Capital decisions under uncertainity and their evaluation using statistical decision theory

Unit 3: Financing Decisions – Cost of Capital

  • Cost of capital: Meaning; significance
  • Computation of cost of capital






Unit 4: Financing Decisions – Capital Structure

  • Leverage: Meaning, types, EBIT-EPS analysis; indifference point
  • Capital structure: Meaning, determinants of capital structure in practice
  • Theories of capital structure, contemporary theories in capital structure

Unit 5: Working Capital Management

  • Working capital requirements: Meaning; kinds; determinants; sources and levels
  • Estimation of cash management; determinants of optimum cash balance
  • Inventory management: meaning; tools and techniques of inventory control

Unit 6: Dividend Decisions

  • Dividend Policy: Meaning, types
  • Forms of dividend
  • Dividend Theories

Recommended Books:

  1. Pandey I.M., Financial Management, Vikas Publishing, New Delhi.
  2. Chandra, Prasanna, Financial Management, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
  3. Khan, M.Y. and Jain, P.K., Financial Management, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
  4. Ross, S.A., Westerfield, R.W., and Jaffe, J., Corporate Finance, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
  5. P. Rustogi, Fundamentals of Financial Management, Taxmann Publications Private Limited.


29 Lessons

Introduction of Financial Management

Q1 : Video00:00:00Preview
Q2: PPT00:00:00Preview
Q4 :Assignment 1
Q4 :Assignment 2
Q4 :Assignment 3
Q3 :FAQ00:00:00
Q3 :FAQ00:00:00

Nature, scope and objectives of financial management

Financial decision making and types of financial decisions

Investment Decisions :Nature and kinds of Capital Budgeting Decisions

Techniques of evaluating capital budgeting Decision

Financing Decisions :Meaning and significance

Computation of Cost of Capital

Financing Decision-Capital Structure


Capital structure

Working Capital Management

Cash Management

Inventory Management

Dividend Decisions

Your Instructors

Vibhooti Mishra

4 Courses
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NET JRF Qualified | M.Com | B.Com (H)

An alumni of University of Delhi and Jamia Millia Islamia. 6 year experience as an academician.

Areas of Interest : Finance , Accountancy ,taxation and business laws.

Purpose of life : To contribute for betterment of  youth of the society.
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