TNOU MBA-Second Year-Management of Financial Services (MSP-31) Papers


TNOU is the Open University which provides lots of courses for the students. Management of Financial Services is the study of financial services which are integral part of every financial service. Management of each company needs suitable students to fill up the seats.

Importance of the paper:

Paper of Management of financial Services is required in almost every management companies and it is a valuable service which provides a stability to the companies. If financial services are supportive and provide good support, each company will be healthy.

Paper Pattern:

Paper of Management of financial services contains questions which are of subjective type. There are total of 14 questions and these questions are divided into 2 sections. Section A is of 7 questions and 4 from it are needed to be solved. Section B is of 7 questions from which 4 are to be solved. Every question in each section is of equal marks.

Frequently asked questions:

Questions in the paper are such as capital market theory, efficient market hypothesis, financial risk and financial services, analysis for equity investment, effect of diversification, SEBI & its regulations, listing requirements & regulations, return & risk characteristics of individual assets, management of financial trading system of secondary markets, Sharpe’s single index model, financial selection model, Indian stock market, evaluation of financial performance, valuation of securities, efficient set with risk free lending & borrowing, investment risk, financial vision, nature and scope of financial management etc.

Marks and time:

Total marks which can be scored in the paper are 75 and time given to solve the paper is 3 hours only.

Recommended Books:

  • Financial Management - V.K. Bhalla
  • Financial Analysis and Management - V.A. Avadhani
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