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R.T.M. Nagpur University, Nagpur
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) Semester III
Compulsory English

Prescribed Text: Igniting Minds by Board of Editors (Publisher: Orient Black Swan)

Unit 1: Prose
1. Gifts-Ralph Waldo Emerson
2. India, What Can it Teach Us?-Max Muller
3. Why We Travel-Pico Iyer

Unit 2: Prose
1. The Doll’s House- Katherine Mansfield
2. The Globe of Gold-Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay
3. The Beggar-Anton Chekhov

Unit 3: Poetry
1. The Ballad of Father Gilligan-William Butler Yeast
2. God’s Grandeur-Gerard Manley Hopkins
3. The Soul’s Prayer- Sarojini Naidu

Unit 4: Writing Skills
1. Comprehension
2. Summary Writing
3. Writing Dialogue
4. Group Discussion

Unit 5: Language Study
2.Direct/Indirect Narration


R.T.M. Nagpur University, Nagpur
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) Semester III
Supplementary English

Prescribed Text: English and Soft Skills Volume 2 by S.P.Dhanavel (Publisher : Orient Blac kSwan)

6. Positivity Skills
Story- The Dispenser of Holy Water- Guy de Maupassant

7. Reliability
Story-A Career –R.K.Narayan

8. Professional Skills
Story-After Twenty Years-O.Henry

9. Leadership Skills
Story-The Power of a Plate of Rice- Ifeoma Okoye

10. Holistic and Visionary Skills
Story- Ilyas- Leo Tolstoy


R.T.M. Nagpur University, Nagpur
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) Semester III

Unit I: Commercial Banking:
Evolution, Meaning, Functions of Commercial Banks, Role of Commercial Banking in a developing economy. Process of Credit Creation by Commercial Banks and its Limitation, Investment Policy of Commercial Banks. Non Performing Assets Meaning, Criteria and Causes.

Unit II: Banking and Core Banking:
Meaning, Features, Advantages and Disadvantages of ATM(Automated Teller Machines). Meaning, Features, Merits and Demerits of Credit Cards, Plastic Cards, Smart Cards, ePurse, Laser cards, EFT(Electron Fund Transfer), ECS(Electronics Clearing System).

Unit III: Banks and Customers Relationship and Services:
Introduction, Meaning of Customer, Bank and Customer Relationship- Debtor and Creditor, Trustee and Beneficiary, Agent and Principal, Bailer and Bailee. Opening, Operating and closing of various bank account. Demat Account-Advantages, Opening and Operation of Demat Account. Methods of Calculating Interest Rates on Deposits
and on loans.

Unit IV: Central Bank:
Meaning, Objectives, Functions, Role of Central Bank. Credit Control-Meaning, Objectives, Methods: Quantitative-Bank Rate, Open Market Operations, Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR), Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR), Repo Rate. Qualitative- Varying Margin requirement, Regulation of Consumer’s Credit, Issuing Directives, Publicity Measures,
Moral Suasion, Credit Rationing and Limitations.

Books Recommended:
1. Monetary Economics, RR Paul, Kalyani Publishers.
2.Money, Banking and International Trade, K.P.M. Sundaram , Sultan Chand,New Delhi.
3.Macroeconomics, Mankiw, N. Gregory, Macmillan Worth Publishers New York, Hampshire U.K. 81
4.Financial Institutions and Markets , Agrawal & Gupta, Kalyani Publishers.
5.Modern Banking ,Vaish, M.C, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co.,New Delhi
6.Money and Financial System P.K. Deshmukh, Phadke Prakashan.
7.Monetary Economics, Rashi Arora, Sheth Publishers, Mumbai