Capital Budgeting and Project Evaluation Techniques

Fundamentals of different techniques used in project evaluation (Payback, NPV, IRR) & their relative shortcomings.
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4,560 students
Capital Budgeting and Project Evaluation Techniques
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (98 ratings)
4,560 students
Fundamentals of Capital Budgeting Techniques
Advantages & Disadvantages of these techniques

Requirements

  • Some understanding of Maths

Description

This Class with help to clarify capital budgeting fundamentals, how to calculate Net Present Values, IRR. payback period and which method should be used in project evaluations as all methods have their shortcoming and advantages.

You will also learn what are the shortcomings of different methods apart from being able to calculate.

The lectures are aimed to explain concepts in very simple way to non finance background professionals.

The course is very basic and suitable for those who do not have a prior knowledge in this field

Who this course is for:

  • MBA or professional qualification Students

Course content

1 section • 7 lectures • 51m total length
  • Introduction to Capital Budgeting & Various Methods Used
    13:10
  • Free Resources
    00:08
  • Payback period method and its limitations
    09:37
  • NPV and IRR Method
    13:46
  • Profitability Index and ARR methods
    13:19
  • Answer the Assignment
    1 question
  • Free Resource for Practicing skills
    00:03
  • BONUS LECTURE
    01:03

Instructor

Hospitality Finance Expert and Business Strategist
Manish Gupta
  • 3.9 Instructor Rating
  • 2,268 Reviews
  • 57,051 Students
  • 30 Courses

PROFILE & STRENGTHS  

Mr Manish Gupta is an experienced hospitality finance professional, having a blend of financial core expertise with hands-on training in managing hotel operations and business development.

Having worked as an Auditor for 7 years, he moved into finance management for brands like Parsvnath Developers and Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts and currently serving as the CFO of HTOO Hospitality.

His role is to spread the finance function for the largest hospitality in Myanmar owned and managed by one of the biggest business houses in Myanmar. They have 16 operational and underdevelopment High-end boutique resorts (covering an overall room inventory of 800+ rooms), 2,000 employees. Most of the properties are leaders in their region on trip advisor and won various travel awards over a period of time.

He has proven experience in setting up the foundation for sustainable growth (in the form of management information systems, restructuring), ERP implementation, gear towards IPO readiness & IFRS convergence. With such a great skill set, the students can be assured about the quality of training with his expertise.

He has been teaching at various institutions in Myanmar such as Swiss Business School, American Hospitality Institute of Myanmar with students ranging from directors to CEO of various companies.


ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS   

Chartered Accountant – 2005 (Member of the ICAI) form Institute of Chartered Accountant of India   

Company Secretary – 2005  from Institute of Company Secretaries of India   

DISA (Diploma in Information System Audit) Supervisory Excellence (Online) & Business Leadership   form e-Cornell University     

Strategic Leadership from Shangri-La Global University