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CBSE class 11 syllabus for Mutual Fund

This is to notify all the students of CBSE class 11 that a latest circular for syllabus for Mutual Fund in Financial Marketing management has been published. Those who were waiting for the syllabus pattern and marking scheme of CBSE, can find all the details here at myCBSEguide.

This subject is theory and practical based with requirements of different software and equipments. We have gathered all the data and posted here in brief for a better understanding. You can also visit CBSE website for further notification.

List of practical subjects with equipments and software is also given here with recommended books on it.

MUTUAL FUNDS

THEORY

Time: 3 Hours, 60 marks

Part – A

Chapter-1: Mutual Funds (5 marks)

1.1 Introduction.

1.2 Mutual Funds: Structure in India.

1.3 Who manages Investor’s Money.

1.4 Who is a custodian.

1.5 What is the role of the AMC.

1.6 What is an NFO.

1.7 What is the role of a Registrar and Transfer Agents.

1.8 What is the procedure for investing in an NFO.

1.9 What are the investor’s rights and obligations.

Chapter-2: Mutual Funds Products and Features – Equity Funds (5 marks)

2.1 What are open ended and close ended Funds.

2.2 What are Equity Funds.

2.3 What is an Index Funds.

2.4 What are diversified Large Cap Funds.

2.5 What are Midcap Funds.

2.6 What are Sectoral Funds.

2.7 Other Equity Schemes.

2.8 What is an Entry Load.

2.9 What is Expense Ratio.(

2.10 What is Portfolio Turnover.

2.11 How does AUM affect Portfolio Turnover.

2.12 How to analyse cash level in Portfolios.

2.13 What are Exit Loads.

Chapter-3: Gold ETFs ( 4 marks)

3.1 Introduction to Exchange Traded Funds.

3.2 Salient Features.

3.3 Working.

3.4 Market Making by APs.

3.5 Creation Units, Portfolio Deposit and cash component (An example).

Chapter-4: Debt Funds (3 marks)

4.1 Salient Features.

4.2 What is interest rate risk.

4.3 What is credit risk.

4.4 How is a Debt instrument priced.

Chapter-5: Liquid Funds (3 marks)

5.1 Salient Features.

5.2 Floating Rate Scheme.

5.3 What is portfolio churning in liquid funds.

Chapter-6: Taxation (2 marks)

6.1 Capital Gains Taxation.

6.2 Indexation Benefit.

6.3 Why FMPs are popular.

Chapter-7: Regulations (4 marks)

7.1 Overview.

7.2 What is the name of industry association for the mutual fund industry.

7.3 What are the objectives of AMFI.

7.4 Advantages of Mutual Funds.

7.5 What is a Systematic Investment Plan (SIP).

7.6 What is a Systematic Transfer Plan (STP).

7.7 What is Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP).

7.8 Choosing  between  dividend  payout,  dividend  re-investment  and  growth  options – which one  is

better for the investor.

Part – B

Chapter-1: Mutual Funds in Perspective (3 marks)

1.1 Mutual Funds.

1.2 Portfolio Management Schemes (PMS).

1.3 Hedge Funds.

1.4 Venture Capital Funds & Private Equity Funds.

Chapter-2: Investments by Mutual Fund Schemes Equity 4 marks

2.1 Equity.

2.2 Debt.

2.3 Derivatives.

2.4 Gold.

2.5 Real Estate.

2.6 International Investments.

Chapter-3: Valuation of Investments by Mutual Fund Schemes Equity (3 marks)

3.1 Equity.

3.2 Debt.

3.3 Gold.

3.4 Real Estate.

Chapter-4: Mutual Fund Accounting (3 marks)

4.1 Accounting for Income, Gains & Losses from Investments.

4.2 Accounting for Expenses.

4.3 Determining the NAV.

4.4 Accounting for Load.

4.5 Distributable Reserves.

Chapter-5: Novel Portfolio Structures in Mutual Fund Schemes (4 marks)

5.1 Index Funds.

5.2 Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).

5.3 Arbitrage Funds.

5.4 Monthly Income Plans (MIP).

5.5 Fix Maturity Plans (FMP).

5.6 Capital Protection Oriented Schemes.

Chapter-6: Quantitative Evaluation of Mutual Fund Schemes (3 marks)

6.1 Returns.

6.2 Risk.

6.3 Risk Adjusted Returns.

Chapter-7: Cut-off Time Regularations & Time Stamping (3 marks)

7.1 Cut off Timing.

7.2 Official Points of Acceptance (POA).

7.3 Time Stamping Requirements.

Chapter-8: Investment in Mutual Funds through NSE( 2 marks)

8.1 Listed Schemes.

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8.2 Exchange trade Funds (ETFs).

8.3 Mutual Find Service System (MFSS).

Chapter-9: Non-Residential Investment in Indian MF Schemes (2 marks)

9.1 Investment by NRIs/PIOs.

9.2 Investment by Foreign Institutional Investors.

9.3 Investment by Qualified Foreign Investors.

Chapter-10: Investment by Indians in International MF Schemes (3 marks)

10.1 Foreign Direct Investment and Portfolio Investment.

10.2 Investing in International Mutual Fund Schemes.

10.3 Why invest abroad.

10.4 International Fund of Funds.

Chapter-11: Mutual Fund Taxation (2 marks)

11.1 Mutual Fund Tax Provisions.

11.2 Compounding Wealth, Gross of Tax.

11.3 Dividend Payout and Growth Options within Schemes.

11.4 Double Indexation.

11.5 Setting of & Carry Forward of Losses.

11.6 Dividend Stripping.

Chapter-12: SID, SAI, KIM & Fact Sheets (2 marks)

12.1 Scheme Information Document (SID).

12.2 Statement of Additional Information (SAI).

12.3 Key Information Memorandum (KIM).

12.4 Fund Account Statements / Consolidated Statement of Accounts.

12.5 Fact Sheets.

 

LIST OF PRACTICAL SUBJECTS

1.Numeric Speed Accelerator (NSA)

  1. Function Key Accelerator (FKA)
  2. Trading Skill Accelerator (TSA)
  3. Now Simulation Mutual Fund Service System (NSM)

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS AND SOFTWARE

  1. Computers.
  2. Printer.
  3. Software.
  4. Manual for Various Software / Assorted Reference Books.
  5. Demonstration Stand.
  6. Computer Consumable Stationery.
  7. LCD Projector.
  8. NSE – NLT Module.

NOTE: Recommended book is Mutual Funds, Students Handbook, Class XI, Published by CBSE.

 

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