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IGNOU MMPC-14 Code Details
IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University)
Core Courses (CC)
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IGNOU MMPC-14 English Topics Covered
Block 1 - Financial Management-An Overview
- Unit 1 - Financial Management: An Introduction
- Unit 2 - Time Value of Money
- Unit 3 - Risk and Return
- Unit 4 - Valuation of Securities
Block 2 - Cost of Capital and Investment Decisions
- Unit 1 - Cost of Capital
- Unit 2 - Investment Appraisal Methods
- Unit 3 - Management of Working Capital
Block 3 - Financing Decisions
- Unit 1 - Financial Markets
- Unit 2 - Sources of Finance
- Unit 3 - Capital Structure
- Unit 4 - Leverage Analysis
Block 4 - Dividend Decisions
- Unit 1 - Dividend Theories
- Unit 2 - Dividend Policies
Block 5 - Emerging Issues in Finance
- Unit 1 - Behavioural Finance
- Unit 2 - Financial Restructuring
IGNOU MMPC-14 (January 2022 - July 2022) Assignment Questions
1. Discuss the various sources of risk and segregate them into systematic and unsystematic risk. How is historical risk and expected return is measured.
2. Assume that a firm pays tax at the rate of 30%. Compute the after tax cost of capital in the following cases:
(i) A 85% per cent preference share sold at par
(ii) A ten year, 10% Rs. 100 par bond sold at Rs. 95 less 4 per cent underwriting commission.
(iii) A perpetual bond sold at par carrying 10% rate of interest.
(iv) An ordinary share selling at a current market price of Rs. 120 and paying a current dividend of Rs. 9 per share which is expected to grow at the rate of 8%.
3. Explain the various ‘Relevance Theories’ of dividends and discuss the major differences among Walter’s Model and Gardon’s Model.
4. Explain the concept of Behavioural Finance and discuss with suitable examples, the errors and biases encountered while making financial decisions.
5. (a) A certain scheme of a bank offers an annuity of Rs. 1800 for 10 years, if you invest Rs. 12,000 today. What is the rate of interest in this scheme?
(b) A firm purchases a machinery for Rs. 80, 00,000 making a down payment of Rs. 15,00,000. The rest of the amount along with the interest is to be paid in equal installments of Rs. 15, 00,000 for six years. What is the rate of interest to the firm?Buy MMPC-14 Assignment