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Principles of Banking Module C By DR. ONKAR NATH ESSENTIAL OF BANK COMPUTERISATION Bank Computerisation Stand-alone Computer System Multi-user Systems LANs and WANs Local Area Network Topology Protocol Wide Area Network Core Banking Solution Business Components Benefits

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Principles of Banking

Module C

By

DR. ONKAR NATH

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ESSENTIAL OF BANK COMPUTERISATION

  • Bank Computerisation
      • Stand-alone Computer System
      • Multi-user Systems
  • LANs and WANs
  • Local Area Network
      • Topology
      • Protocol
  • Wide Area Network
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Core Banking Solution

    • Business Components
    • Benefits
    • Essential Requirement
      • Creation of Primary Data
      • Disaster Recovery Site (DRS)
      • Business Process Reengineering
      • Specialised Consultancy
      • Infrastructure
    • U.P.S.
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PAYMENT SYSTEMS AND ELECTRONIC BANKING

  • Electronic Payment Systems
    • ATMs
  • PIN (Personal Identification Number)
  • Electro-Magnetic Cards
    • Credit Cards
    • Debit Cards
    • Smart Cards
    • Multiple PIN
    • Electronic Purse
    • Bank Card
    • Electronic Cheque
    • Electronic Cash
    • Electronic Token
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Corporate Cash Management Services

  • Electronic Banking
    • Anytime Banking
    • Anywhere Banking
    • Home Banking (Corporate and Personnel)
    • Internet Banking
    • Mobile Banking
    • E-Commerce
  • Signature Storage and Display by Electronic Means
  • Cheque Truncation
  • Note and Coin Counting Devices
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DATA COMMUNICATION NETWORK & EFT SYSTEMS

  • Advent of Information Technology in Banking
  • Data Communication Networks
    • Components of Data Communication Networks
    • Modes of Transmission
  • Network Scenario in India: Major Networks
    • INET
    • NICNET
    • INDONET
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Emerging Trends in Communication Networks for Banking

    • RBI’s VSAT Network
    • Internet
  • Evolution of EFT Systems
  • Telex Communication for Message Transfer
  • Structured Message Transfer System Using SWIFT
    • Security in SWIFT
    • Developments in SWIFT
  • Automated Clearing Systems
    • Clearing House Interbank Payment System (CHIPS)
    • Clearing House Automated Payment System (CHAPS)
    • Clearing House Automated Transfer System (CHATS)
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Two Level Funds Transfer Systems

    • Fedwire
    • Bankwire
    • Point of Sale Systems (POS)
  • Developments in India
    • Electronic Clearing System in India
    • Electronic Funds Transfer System in India
    • Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) System
    • Digital Signatures
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ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY UPGRADATION AND ITS IMPACT ON BANKS

  • Trends in Technology Developments
    • Data Warehousing and Data Mining
    • Delivery Systems and Self Servicing Banking
  • Role and Uses of Technology Upgradation
    • Data and Message Transferring
    • Corporate Websites
    • Management information Systems
  • Global Trends in Banking Systems
  • Impact of IT on Banks
    • Changes in Organisational Structure and Orientation
    • Impact on Service Quality
    • Impact on Human Resources
    • Impact on Privacy and Confidentiality of Data
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SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS

    • Risk Concern Areas
      • Data and Software
      • Infrastructure
      • Peopleware
    • Different Types of Threats
      • Accidental Damages
      • Malicious Damages
    • Control Mechanism
      • Physical Controls
      • Internal Controls
      • Operational Controls
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Computer Audit

    • Scope of Computer Audit
    • Audit Approaches
  • Evaluation Requirements
    • Computer Hardware
    • Computer Software
    • Data
    • Communication Channels
    • Contingency Planning and Recovery Procedures
    • System Development Process
  • Legal Framework for Electronic Transactions