Methods of Assessment: Security Analysis & Portfolio Management (Spring 2017)

This page summarizes all the methods that were used to evaluate the students of Security Analysis & Portfolio Management in Spring 2017.

1st Model Test (14 Marks)

Originally 18 Marks, later converted into 14 marks. Date: March 2, Exam format: Mathematical problems.  [Details] [More details]

2nd Model Test (14 Marks)

Originally 18 marks, later converted into 14 marks. Date: Tuesday, April 18. Time: 11:00 AM. Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes. [Details]

Assignment (6 Marks)

Topic: Portfolio optimization using computer software.

A unique set of stocks, currently being traded on DSE, was be given to each group. The group had to construct the minimum-risk portfolio, efficient portfolio, and other portfolios using these stocks, with a computer program. A practical class was held on this subject, on May 3, at 1:30 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 6. Syllabus: Chapter 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Final Exam (40 Marks)

Final exam was held on April 24. Syllabus:  5, 6, 7, 8. 

Marks Distribution

Marks Distribution