Methods of Assessment: Corporate Finance (Spring 2017)

This page summarizes all the methods that were used to evaluate the students of Corporate Finance in Spring 2017.

1st Model Test (14 Marks)

Originally 24 Marks, later converted into 14 marks. Date: March 2, Time: 1:15 PM. Exam format: Mathematical problems. Syllabus: Capital investment decision (NPV, IRR, PI, DPBP, and MIRR). Ratio analysis. Off balance sheet loans calculation. [Details]

2nd Model Test (14 Marks)

Originally 18 marks, later converted into 14 marks. Date: Tuesday, April 18. Time: 1:00 PM. Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes. [Details]

Surprise Test (14 Marks)

Originally 10 marks, later converted into 14 marks. Held on March 23. Topic: Share repurchase. 

Assignment (6 Marks)

Topic: DuPont analysis of a particular company using computer software.

Unique company will be assigned to each group. The group has to improve the ROE of the assigned company using DuPont analysis with a computer program. A practical class was held on this subject on May 3, at 12:00 PM in the IT lab.  [Details]

Extra Participation (6 Marks)

In a scale of 0 to 6, it shows a student's degree of participation in non-regular classes. 

Extra Participation = 6*[(A-B)/C] 

A = Total present in regular and extra classes.
B = Total number of regular classes held in the semester.
C = Total number of extra classes held in the semester . 

Extra participation is zero when (A-B) is negative. 

See also: Class History.

Attendance (10 Marks)

In a scale of 0 to 10, it shows a student’s degree of participation in regular classes. See also: Class History.

Midterm Exam (30 Marks)

Midterm exam was held on March 4. Syllabus: Chapter 1, 2, 3. 

Final Exam (40 Marks)

Final exam was held on April 22. Syllabus: 4, 5, 6, 7. 

Marks Distribution

Marks Distribution