1 REGULATIONS AND SYLLABUS FOR POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN URBAN FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT Offered by BHARATHIAR UNIVERSITY, COIMBATORE FROM Under the CENTRE FOR COLLABORATION OF INDUSTRY AND INSTIUTIONS (CCII) COLLABORATIVE PROGRAMME
2 Regulation and Syllabus POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN URBAN FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT 1. Description of the course/objective of the course Participants completing Post Graduate Diploma in Urban Financial Accounting and Management will be equipped with in-depth knowledge in Urban Financial Accounting and Management apart from usual Management skills encompassing Ethics, Communication and Management concepts. 2. Eligibility for admission Candidates for admission to the Post Graduate Diploma in Urban Financial Accounting and Management course shall have passed degree in any discipline and an employee of urban sector. He should have a minimum work experience of one year in the urban sector. 3. Duration of the course a. The duration of the course shall be for a period of one year. The number of contact classes shall be 360 including field study, survey, demonstration, expose visits, practical s etc., Examinations will be conducted at the end of the year for the respective subjects. b. The medium of instruction and examination for all the papers shall be English/ Tamil. 4. Course of study The Course of study shall contain the subjects as defined in Section Examination Scheme S. No Paper Code Paper Title 1 09PGDFM PGDFM02 Innovations in Urban Policy, Management and Governance Principles of Urban Financial Management Final Exam Marks Internal Marks External Marks Final Marks
3 3 09PGDFM03 Urban Financial Accounting PGDFM04 Computerized Financial Accounting PGDFM05 Management of Urban Services PGDFM06 Project work Requirement to appear for examination A candidate will be permitted to appear for the university external examination of any year if he/ she secure not less than 90% of attendance in the number of instructional days, failing which he / she should redo that course of study. 7. Passing requirements To pass A Candidate shall secure a minimum of 50% in the practical and theory to pass the examination. A candidate failing in any of the component will have to reappear for that particular component only in the supplementary examinations. A candidate shall secure 50% marks in the internals. 8. Classification of Successful Candidates a. All candidates securing not less than 75% of the aggregate marks shall be declared to have passed in FIRST CLASS with DISTINCTION provided they have passed the examination in every subject without failure in one attempt within the minimum prescribed duration of study. b. All the candidates securing not less than 60% of the aggregate marks shall be declared to have passed in FIRST CLASS provided they have passed the examinations in all subjects. c. Other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examination in SECOND CLASS
4 9. Conferment of the PG Diploma Candidates shall be eligible for conferment of the PG Diploma, if he /she has undergone the prescribed course of study for a period of one year in the institute and also has passed the examinations as prescribed. 10. Ranking Candidates who have passed all the examinations in the very first attempt and securing the first position in the aggregate marks for every 10 candidates appearing in the examinations ranking (with the maximum of 10 positions) will be awarded University ranks. 11. Revision of regulation and syllabus: The syllabus and regulations of the course are subject to modification by the concerned board wherever necessary. 12. Examination and Question paper pattern: Examination pattern The participant will be undergoing a continuous assessment throughout his/her period of study. The evaluation will consist of Internal examinations and External examinations for each subject based on the specific requirements of the respective subjects. 5 (A). Evaluation systems and question papers There will be three methods of evaluation a. Internal Assessment conducted by the institution b. The External examination conducted by the university at the end of the year for the subjects concerned c. Project evaluation consisting of Viva - voce which conducted by the institution a. Internal Assessment: Internal Assessments will be conducted for all the subjects for 100 marks which will be converted to 60 marks. Tests conducted in the Institute Class Participation Assignments 50 Marks 30 Marks 20 Marks
5 b. External Examination: The External examination shall be conducted by the University for 100 Marks and will be converted to 60% of total marks. The pattern of question papers will be as follows Section A: Objective type with multiple choices - 20% (20 questions 4 from each unit) Section B: Short answer question of either or type - 40% (10 questions 2 from each unit) Section C: Essay type question of either or type - 40% (5 questions 1 from each unit) c. Project evaluation: Each project work will have an Internal and a Continuous Assessment 40% Term end evaluation will contain two components: Viva-voce examination 30% Dissertation evaluation 30% Total 100%
6 Paper-1 Innovations in Urban Policy, Management and Governance Syllabus Paper Code: 09PGDFM01 Max: 100 Marks No. of hours 75 Unit I Principles of good urban governance - Role and nature of urban policy importance of the urban policy in terms of clarity of direction. Legal framework of local government and its key urban partners in governance. Unit II Trends in thinking and approaches to good urban governance meaning and implication of good governance characteristics for urban development - aspects of good urban governance performance aspect and representational aspects. Unit III Aims and tools of good urban governance Greater local participation and involvement efficient urban management accountability/transparency accessibility Unit IV Urban governance in India (with special focus on Tamil Nadu) Urbanisation and its impact; origin patterns, structure, functions - Urban local institutions; constitutional framework, Urban laws - decentralization and autonomy Wards Committee. Unit V Case study relating good urban governance : This unit describes the hypothetical case of a city in India. The description should include socioeconomic characteristics of the city, the services provided, and the financial conditions of the local body. The participant/student will be asked to analyse several aspects of the provision of services and perform an analysis of the local body s finances. For Example:-
7 1. Analysis and Strategy 2. Revenue Estimation 3. Expenditure Forecasts Suggested Readings 1. Basu, D.D, 1985, Introduction to the Constitution of India, New Delhi, Printice Hall of India 2. Singh.I.B, 1997, Administrative System in India, IPH, New Delhi 3. Barthwal.C.P, 2002, Understanding Local Government, Bharat Book, Lucknow. 4. Arora.R.K, 1999, District Administration, Aalekh Pub., Jaipur. 5. Hoshiar Singh, 1997, Local Government, Kitab Mahal, Allahabad
8 Paper - 2 Principles of Urban Financial Management Syllabus Paper Code: 09PGDFM02 Max: 100 Marks No. of Hours: 75 Unit I Urban finance issues Strategies Raising additional revenue Expenditure planning to improve effectiveness and efficiency Private Participation in the provision of urban services. Unit II Government roles in the provision of urban services Central Government - Assignment of responsibilities grants and subsidies Loan finance other roleslocal government. Unit III Introduction to urban financial analysis financial analysis framework uses of financial analysis data needs Revenue mobilization local revenue generation local taxation user charges. Unit IV Analysis of revenue performance and potential evaluating user charge revenue performance Principles of analyzing Municipal Debt-carrying capacity balance analysis cash-flow analysis. Unit V Expenditure Planning Budget functions and formats- budget classification budgetary responsibilities and stages revenue estimation expenditure estimation balancing the recurrent budget capital budgeting and investment planning.
9 Suggested Readings 1. Goel.S.L, 1995, Financial Administration, Sterling, New Delhi 2. Tyagi.B.P, 1997, Public Finance, Jai Prakash Nath, Meerut 3. Training Hand Book on Accrual Based Accounting System, 2005, Tamil Nadu Institute of Urban Studies, Coimbatore 4. James McMaster, Urban Financial Management- A training Manual, 1991, the World Bank, Washington, D.C.
10 Paper - 3 Urban Financial Accounting Syllabus Paper Code: 09PGDFM03 Max: 100 Marks No. of Hours: 75 Unit I Accounting reforms in urban sector - Nature and scope of urban financial accounting Principles of Municipal Accounting concepts and conventions - Transaction analysis account head classification and codification Fund classification - Review of accounting cycle: recording, posting and preparation of trial balance. Unit II Review of accounting cycle recording of income transactions income recognition vouchers General Journal Voucher [GJV], Bank Receipt Voucher [BRV], Inter Fund Transfer Slip [IFTS] Unit III Accounting for expenses vouchers Expenses Journal Vouchers [EJV], Bank Payment Voucher [BPV]. Recoding of purchases Purchases Journal Voucher [PJV], Bank Payment Voucher [BPV] Contractors accounting Contractors Journal Voucher [CJV], Bank Payment Voucher [BPV] Fixed assets accounting Fixed Assets Journal Voucher [FAJV] Bank Payment Voucher [BPV] Depreciation Accounting General Journal Voucher [GJV] Unit IV Adjusting entries inter fund transfers maintenance of various registers maintenance of ledgers General ledger Priced Store ledger and Project ledger maintenance of books of account Receipt book, Payment book, Bank Transfer book. Unit V Bank Reconciliation Statement Rectification of errors adjustment vouchers miscellaneous transactions relating to General Journal Voucher [GJV] Final Accounts Income and Expenditure account and Balance Sheet.
11 Suggested Readings 1. Khan.M.Y and Jain.P.K, 2007, Financial Management, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi 2. Training Hand Book on Accrual Based Accounting System, 2005, Tamil Nadu Institute of Urban Studies, Coimbatore 3. Gupta.R.L and M.Radhaswamy, 2005, Advanced Accountancy, Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi
12 Paper - 4 Computerized Financial Accounting Syllabus Paper Code: 09PGDFM04 Max: 100 Marks No. of Hours: 75 Unit I Overview of Computerized Accounting System concept and types of Computerized Accounting System features - structures of computerized accounting system. Unit II Introduction to the accounting package for Urban Local Bodies in Tamil Nadu viz., Financial Accounting System [FAS]. Steps in installation security measures overall structure of the accounting package special features of the package. Unit III Creation of Master Menu details Schedule Group details of Account Heads creation, editing and deleting of Department details in the package How to arrive opening balance of assets and liabilities uploading the budget figures creating user details and user fund allotments. Unit IV Creation and editing of sub-master menus maintenance of account heads creation and editing of Bank accounts maintenance of customer accounts - editing of changing pass word of an user preparation of various vouchers validation and verification Reports output - using queries and reports for generating accounting information.
13 Unit V Pay roll accounting features and maintenance - Inventory accounting stock entries voucher preparation and reports generating Employees Provident Fund accounting. On line tax collection Internet banking. Suggested Readings 1. Computerised Urban Financial Accounting, Tamil Nadu Institute of Urban Studies, Coimbatore.
14 Paper - 5 Management of Urban Services Syllabus Paper Code: 09PGDFM05 Max: 100 Marks No. of Hours: 60 Unit I Urban services and infrastructure, urban infrastructure policies and programmes; water supply, health & sanitation, drainage, roads, urban transport and urban housing. Unit II Urban waste management solid waste, liquid waste, hospital waste; Rules and regulations; Urban slums & settlements. Unit III Project management: Formulation, implementation, financing, monitoring and evaluation; Public private partnership concept, methods, scope, application in social sector. Unit IV Social services urban health; urban education; social welfare administration; human development. Unit V Personnel Management officials and staff of Urban Local Bodies training and development on-the-job and off-the-job training motivation stress management change management. Communication skill development exposure visits. Suggested Readings 1. Bhattacharya, 1976, Management of Urban Government in India, Uppal, Delhi. 2. Report of Rural-Urban Relationship Committee, Government of India, Report of national Commission on Urbanisation, government of India, 1988.
15 4. Mohanty (ed), 2001, Financing the Grassroot Governments, APH, New Delhi. 5. Bhatnagar, E-Government, Sage, New Delhi, Ghosh (ed), 2003, Urban Environment Management, Concept, New Delhi. 7. Nagarlok, IIPA Journal, New Delhi.
16 Paper - 6 Project Syllabus Paper Code: 09PGDFM06 Max: 100 Marks Specilisation 1. Urban Financial Management 2. Accrual Based Double entry System in Urban Local Bodies 3. E-Governance in ULBs Guidelines: The participants have to do an independent project in any one of the specialized areas under the supervision and guidance of the recognized faculty members of the Tamil Nadu Institute of Urban studies. After submission the participant has to appear for a Viva-voce examination to be conducted by the Institute. *****
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