MBA Syllabus

COURSE PLAN

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

NALANDA COLLEGE, BIHARSHARIF

COURSE OF STUDY FOR MBA FIRST SEMESTER

 

PAPER TITLE 101 (1)

 

          Course Title:- FUNDAMENTAL OF MANAGEMENT

 

          Introduction- Management –A science or an Art. The Emergency of Management thoughts. Various approaches to Management Social responsibility of Management, Functions of Manager.

 

           Planning – Nature of Planning Objectives strategies, Managerial skills, Decision Making and effectiveness Planning Promises, Forecasting.

 

              Organizing – Nature and Scoped of organizing, Principles & Theories of Organization, Departmentalization, Centralization and Decentralization of  Authority line and Staff functional relationship.

 

           Staffing – Nature and purpose of Staffing Recruitment Selection Appraisal and Development and Training of  Managers.

 

            Controlling – System process and Technique of controlling.

 

SUGGESTED READINGS:-

 

1.Koontz and O’donell – Principles of  Management.

2.Mr. Mohan Prasad  -     Management  Concept and Practices.

3.Koontz, H & Wechrich H. – Management 10th ed, McGraw Hill,

New York, 1995.                      

 

4.Robbins S.P. – Management 5th  ed, Englewood cliffs, New Jersey,

                                      1996.

 

5.Stoner j. etc. – Management 6th  ed, Prentice Hall of India,New 

Delhi, 1996.   

                                

PAPER TITLE 102 (II)

 

Course Title :- ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR –I

 

The Organizational Behavior Nature, Meaning, Types and Structure of Organization.

 

Organizational Behaviour :- Planning, Importance and Theories.

 

Intergroup Conflict -  Changing  View of Intergroup Conflict, caused of Conflict, Dynamics of  Conflicts.

 

Basic Motivation Concept :- Nature and Theories of Motivation.

 

Organization Effectiveness :- Definition, Components of Organization effectiveness determinants of Organizational  Determinates.

                                      

 

          Organizational Culture and Climate Definition Distinction between culture                               

and   climate, strong Vs Weak culture, Creating and Sustaining culture, How Employee learn culture.  


             Leadership Behaviour :- Nature, Traits, Emergence and different  approaches of leadership effectiveness Leader  Vs. Managers.

 

                 Human Relation Movement – origin , Findings and its social impact, Implications.

 

               Determinants of Individual Performance – Perception  personality, Ability, Learning, Motivation satisfaction, Attitudes, Beliefs and Values.

 

SUGGESTED READINGS :-

 

1.Luthans F. :- Organizational  Behaviour, 7th ed, MeGraw Hills, New York, 1995.

2.Rovvins S.P. :- Organizational Behaviour 7th ed, prentice Hall of India, New Delhi-1996.

3.Slaw B.M. :- Psychological Dimension of Organization Behaviour 2nd ed, New Jersey, Prentice Hall, 1995.

 

PAPER TITLE 103 (III)

 

               Course Title :-  FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING

 

1.Management  Accounting – nature, importance & scope, difference between financial accounting, cost accounting & management accounting.

 

2.Accounting System – Double entry system, books of accounts, journal ledger, trial balance, cash book, basic accounting principles, properties and postulates, profit loss account, balance sheet.

3.Costing – classification of costs, methods of costing, classification and meaning of variances.

4.income expenditure account, receipt & pavement account.

5.Valuations & Depreciation :- meaning calculation & valuations of goodwill. Valuation of shares & valuation of inventories, kinds of depreciation and its practical applications.

 

6.Financial Analysis – financial statements – analysis & interpretation current ratios, activities rations, leverage ratio & profitability.

 

7.Marginal costing and break even analysis (cost value profit analysis) meaning, importance and limitations, CPV analysis, DEA. Limitations of  DEA, planning for profit and price fixation.  

  

8.Standard costing – meaning, essentials of standard costing, classification & meaning of variances.                        

 

               Note :-  practical/numerical problems may be asked from chapter nos. 2 to 8 out of which there will be one compulsory numerical problem from the chapter no 6 (financial analyses).

               
SUGGESTED READING :-

 

1.IM Pandeya – management accounts.

2.Man Mohan Prasad – principles of management accounting.

3.Khan & Jain – management & principles of accounting.

4.Anthony R.N. & Reece JS – accounting  principles, 6th ed, homewood, R.D. Irwin, 1995.

5.Bhattacharya S.K. & deaden J. – accounting for management text and cases, vikas, new Delhi, 1996.

6.Hingorane N.L. & Ramanathan AR – management accounting 5th ed. Sultanchand  pub. New delhi.1992.

7.Homgran charles etc. – principles of financial  & management accounting, Englewood cliffs, prentice hall, new jersey, 1994.

8.Needles Belverd etc. – financial & managerial accounting. Boston, Houghton-1994.

9.Vij Madhu – financial & management accounting an mol publication. new Delhi.   

PAPER TITLE (IV)

 

                  Course Title :- MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS :-

 

1.Micro/ Macro studies (Methods of Economic studies)

2.Theory of consumer Behavior – Law of demand and consumer’s equilibrium.

3.Production – meaning factors and law of diminishing return.

4.Price Determination – marketing structure price. Cost and revenue, perfect & imperfect competition.

5.Theory of distribution.

6.national dividend.

7.Business cycle.

8.central Bank and Credit Creation and credit control.

 

SUGGSESTED READINGS  :-

 

1.Adhikary M. – Business economics, excel books, New Delhi, 2000.

2.Chopra O.P. – managerial economics, tata mcgraw, new delhi,1985

3.Keat Paul G. & Philips K.Y. Young – managerial economics, prentice hall, new Jersey 1996.

4.Seth M.L. – principles of economics.

5.Jhingan M.L. – advanced economics theory vanda publication, Delhi.

6.Mehta, P.L. – managerial economics sultanchand, delhi.

 

PAPER TITLE 105 (V)

 

              Course title – QUANTITATIVE MANAGEMENT  :-

 

1.Nature, scope and role of quantitative methods in business management.

2.collection and representation of data. Frequency table.

3.central tendency, its different measures. Statistical averages.

4.dispersion, its different measures.

5.reliability of different between two means t-ratio.

6.correlation – product moment and rank correlation.

7.regression analysis (up to two variables only ).

8.sets definition, basic set operations.

9.Probability – method of numerations, total and compound theories of probability (without proof and problems based on them)

10.Linear Programming – mathematical formulation of problems

graphical and simple methods.

 

      SUGGESTED READINGS  :-

 

1.         Gupta S.P. & M.P. – business statistics, sultanchand, New Delhi-1997.

 

1.Sharma J.K. – fundamental of operation research, Macmillan, New Delhi- 2001.

 

                3.        Kazmier I.J. & Pohi N.F. – basic statistics for business & economics, McGraw Hill, New York, 1988.

4.Levin Richard & Rubin David – statistics for management, prentice hall, new jersey- 1995.

 

5.Narag A.S. – Linear programming & decision making, sultanchand, New Delhi- 1995.

 

PAPER TITLES 106 (VI)

 

Course titles – COMPUTER APPLICATION IN MANAGEMENT  :-

 

1.Computers – an introduction – computer on business, elements of computer system set up, Indian computing environment. Components of computer system, generation of computers and computer languages, personal computer in business.

 

2.P.C. Software Package – an introduction – disk operating system and windows, text processing software GUL & Ms-Window 98, Ms-Office, Ms-Excel, Ms-Power Points, MS-Access, financial accounting through tally.

 

3.Modes of Data Processing – computer software systems, software development process, file design and report design.

 

 

               

 

       4.        Data Files – Types/Organizations, Master and Transaction File, Relevance of Data Base Management Systems and Integration of Applications. Basics of Data Processing, Data Hierarchy and Data File Structures, Application Portfolio Development Introduction to a Micro Data Base Manager. Program Development Cycle. Flow Charting Input-Process-Output Analysis Report Generation and Label Generations, Programming Concepts, use of Files in Programming.

 

       5.        Presentation Graphics- Creating a Presentation of a P.C. Data Communications.

 

6.Networking LAN. & WANs, Management of Data Processing systems in Business Organization.

 

SUGGESTED READINGS: -

 

1.Burch, John & Grudnitskin Gary :- Information systems, Theory and practice, 5th ed. John Wiley, New York, 1989.

 

2.Devid Van Over :- foundations of Business systems Fort Woth,  Dryden 1992.

3.Lesson. AI :- Online Business of Computer Applications, 2nd ed, Chicago, Science Research Associates, 1987.

4.Estrada Susan :- Connecting to the Internet, sebstopol, C.A. O. Retlly 1993.

5.John Moss Jones- Automating Managers the implications of Information Technology for Managers, Printer, London, 1980.

6.Long L :- Computers, Englewood cliffs, Prentice Hall Inc. New Jersey,1988.

7.Summer M :- Computer Concepts and Uses 2nd ed. Englewood Cliffs Prentice Hall Inc. New Jersey 1988.

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COURSE OF STUDY FOR MBA SECOND SEMESTER

 

PAPER TITLE (VII)

 

       Course Title :- ORGANITAIONAL BEHAVIOUR-II

 

1.Managening Job Stress :  Definition, Sources, Consequences & Coping strategies.

2.Group in Organization definition & its Characteristics : Type of groups in organization, Group Cohesiveness, group dynamics.

3.Power and politics :Meaning and relationship of power and politics.

4.Reward System : Types its relationship with motivational models, Role of Reward system in Behavioral Management.

 

5.International Organizational Behaviour : Factors influencing multinational organization, Management of Tran globe. Work force Productivity & cultural variations.

 

6.Organizational Development Nature of Organizational Development, Process, phases of Organizational Development.

 

7.Managerial Decision : Decision Making process : Nature and Theories.

8.The Communication : Purpose of communication, channel of communication, Barriers to communication and their remedies.

 

 

SUGGESTED READING   :-

 

       New Storm John W & Davis Keith – Organizational Behaviour, Human behaviour at work – Tata Mc Graw Hill.

 

 

REST AS IN PEPER II

 

       Paper Title 202 (VIII)

 

       Course Title  : PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT :-

 

1.Introduction to production management: Definition Production Management and its Aims, Transportation, Production planning ( Planning of routine and lay out, Factory Planning, Process Planning, and Operation Planning, Scheduling and leading ) production control

2.( Programming ordering Dispatching Programming and Inventory control Methods. )

 

3.Understating shop floor operation. Awareness of different manufacturing systems, Interrelationship of human skills, Materials process, Organizational infrastructure facilities and production, products lines, product design.

 

4.Design of work system, measurement of work, evaluation of work. Human factors in job design. Methods of study Time standard, work sampling, Group performance, learning curve, plant layout.

 

5.Compensation for work, job evaluation, Incentive schemes.

 

6.Productivity of Operation.

 

7.Production and Operation Management.

 

8.Plant Level planning : Aggregate overall planning, Translating sales plans into production, plans and their integration.

 

9. Production planning and their scheduling job shops vs. low shop. Loner balancing shop, Loading line of  balance, production smoothing, matching and integration product line and production requirements, Technical capabilities, costs of finances.

 

10.Material Management : Objective and principles, value analysis, ABC classification, Inventory model deterministic, Multiyear and aggregate and probabilistic perpetual and periodic inventory systems Documentation, Book keeping systems. Vendor analysis and Management.

 

11.Qualities Management : Acceptance sampling process, control, charts.

 

12.Facilities Management : Maintenance, preventive and Remedial.

 

13.Project management : Planning for implementation.

 

 

SUGGESTED  READINGS :-

 

1.Buffa, E.S. – Modern Production Management, John Wuley, New York, 1987.

2.Adam E.E. & Ebert RJ – Production an Operation Management, 6th ed. Prentice Hall of  India New Delhi,1995.

3.Dobler, Donald W  & Leel amar – Purchasing and Malarial Management, McGraw Hill, New York, 1984

4.Moor, R.G. & Hendrick T.E – Production/Operations management, Homewood, lIlinois, Richard lrwin, 1992.

5.Chary S.N. – Production and operation Management, Tata McGraw Hill, Delhi, 1989.

 

 

PAPER  TITLE   203  (IX)

 

       Course Title : FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT :

 

 

1.Meaning, Scope and Objective of Financial Management.

2.Time – Value Money.

3.Financial Forecasting : Cash Budget, Performa Balance sheet and Income statement.

4.Capital Budgeting : Methods of Evaluating project, Capital Rationing.

5.Cost of Capital : Cost of Equity Capital, Cost of Preference. Share, Cost of Retained Earnings. Cost of Debt. Weighted Cost of Capital.

6.Capital structure Theory Financial average.

7.Kinds of Industrial Securities, Merits and Dements.

8.Working Capital Management Meaning, Kinds and Factors, Influencing requirements of working capital, Component of working capital. Cash receivable & inventories.

9.Sources of Working capital in Indian Industries.

10.Retained earnings – dividend policy, Retained caning relevance and cost – kind of dividend, Theories (a) M.M. Hypothesis, (b) Water Models.

 

 

SUGGESTED READINGS   :-

 

1.Archor, Stephen 11 etc. – Financial Management John miley, New York, 199.

2.Shall, V.K. – Financial Management & Policy, 2nd ed. Anmol, New Delhi, 1998.

3.Wrnjer, Bernard & Mohan, Nancy – Principle of Financial Management, Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, 1991.

4.Van Home, James C - Financial Management & Policy, 10th  ed. Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1997.

5.Brealey, Richard A & Myerstewart C.- Principles of Corporate Finance, 5th ed, McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1996.

6.Hampton, John – Financial Decision making, Engrewood  Cliffs, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1997.

7.P.V. Kulkarni & B.G. Sathyaprasad – Financial Management, Himalaya  Publishing House.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAPER  TITLE  204  ( X)

               

               Course Title : MARKTING MANAGEMENT :-

 

1.Nature and Scope of marketing. The Marketing Environment and Environment Scanning, The role of marketing with special reference to Indian Economy.

2.The Concept of Marketing Management & its relationship with other functional area of General Management in an Organization.

3.The concept of marketing Mix.

4.Consumer Behaviour – Meaning need and problems, Buyers behaviours model and factors influencing consumer’s behaviour.

5.The product : Nature and type of products, methods of product, Development product life cycle etc.

6.The Price – Importance of Price in marketing management, pricing strategies, pricing methods.

7.channel of Distribution – The nature of channel of distribution, type of channel, development, channel management, selection of right channels.

8.Concepts of sales promotion :  Objective of advertising in Marketing, Role of Advertising in Economy.

9.Personal selling.

10.Strategic Marketing – Globalization Consumerism, Green Marketing, Legal Issues.

 

 

SUGGESTED READING   :-

 

1.Kotler Philip & Armstrong G. – Principles of Marketing, Prentice Hall of India- New Delhi, 1997.

2.Kotler Philip – Marketing Management : Analysis, Planning, Implementation & Control, Prentice  Hall of India- New Delhi, 1994.

3.Remaswamy, V.S. & Namkumari S. – Marketing Management  Planning, Control, Macmillan. New Delhi, 1990.

4.Slanton Willian J. – Fundamentals of marketing, McGraw Hill, New York, 1994.

5.Neelamegham, S. – Marketing in India, Cases & Reading, Vikas, New Delhi, 1988.

6.Varshney R.L. & Gupta S.C. – Marketing Management – An Indian Perspective, Sultanchand & Son.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAPER  TITLE  205  (XI)

 

               Course Title :  HUMAN  RESOURCE  MANAGEMENT

 

1.Introduction and Importance of HRM: Definition of personnel Management, Function of Personnel Management.

2.Manpower Planning: Definition Need Aims and Objectives, Uses, Benefits, Limitations and Problems.

3.Environmental Influence Internal and External Environment.

4.Recruitment and Selection process.

5.Promotions, Demotions, transfer, Absenteeism and Turnover.

6.Employee Training - Need, Importance, Principles, Training method-On the job Training. Of the job training.

7.Job Analysis – Meaning, Purpose, Uses, contents, Steps and Techniques.

8.Job Evaluation – Meaning, Objective, Procedure Advantage and limitation.

9.Job Rating – Meaning, Scope and Application.

PART – II

1.Labour Legislation – Importance.

2.Industrial Dispute Act – 1917.

3.Trade Union Act – 1926.

4.The Factory Act. 1918.

5.The payment of Wages Act – 1930.

6.Employees State Insurance Act –1948.

7.The Workmen’s Compensation Act.- 1923.

 

 

SUGGESTED READING  :-

 

 

1.Aswathappa K. – Human Resource & Personnel Management, Tata McGraw Hill, New-Delhi-1997.

2.Decenzo, D.A. & Robbins S.P. – Human Resource management, 5th ed, John Wiley, New York, 1994.

3.Monappa A. & Saiyadain M. – Personnel Management 2nd ed, Tata McGraw Hill, New-Delhi, 1966.

4.Stone Lioyed & Leslic W. Rue – Human Resource & Personnel Management, Richard D. Irwin Illinois, 1984.

5.C.B. Memoria – Personal Management- Himalaya Publishing House.

6.Bhambra As – Future of Human Resource Management, Commonwealth Publishers, New-Delhi.

 

 

 

 

PAPER TITLE 206 (XII)

 

                  Course Title : APPLICATION OF RESEARCH METHOD IN  MANAGEMENT :

 

1.Scientific – Approach to Research – Pure and Applied research, social research, social research, stages, uses of research.

2.Hypothesis – problems and hypothesis sources, criteria of a good hypothesis, null hypothesis.

3.Sampling importance – Different techniques, Merits and Limitations.

4.Social Survey – stages, Merit and Limitations.

5.Observation – Participant and Non-participant Merit and Limitations.

6.Questionnaire – schedule and questionnaire, questionnaire construction, Types mailed questionnaire, Merits and limitations.

7.Interview – source of error in interview, merit and limitations.

8.Research Design – purpose of research design, control of extraneous variables, singles group design, matched group design.

9.Report Writing in APA (American Psychological Association) style.

 

SUGGESTED READINGS  :-

 

1.Benner Roger – Management Research, H.Q. 1983.

2.Fowler, Folyd J. Jr. – Survey Methods, 2nd ed. Sage pub.1993.

3.Gupta Sp – statistical methods, 30th ed. Sultanchand, New-Delhi-2001.

4.Golden D. Biddle, Koren & Koren  D’Locke – composing quantitative research sage pub. 1997.

5.Salkind, Ncil J. – Exploring research, 3rd  ed. Prentice hall, NJ-1997.

6.Fox J.A. and P.E. Tracy – Randomized response : A method of sensitive, sage pub. 1986.

7.Andrews. F.M. & S.B. Withey – Social  indicators of well being plenum  press, NY-1976.

8.Khanzode V.V. – Research methodology – A.P.H. publishing house, New Delhi.

9.Desai, Arvindrai N. – Research methodology in management – Ashish  publishing  house, New-Delhi.

 


 

COURSE OF STUDY FOR MBA THIRD SEMESTER

(FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT)

 

 

PAPER TITLE 301 (XIII)

 

       Course Title  :- FINANCIAL PLANNING & CONTROL

 

1.Introduction – Financial Forecasting, Planning and Control, Long term Financial planning and short-term Financial Planning Responsibility Accounting-the control process, The place of Financial Manager in the Total Organizational Structure.

2.Capital and Long Range Planning – Capital Expenditure Budget, Evaluation of capital Expenditure proposals, Return on capital, Time Adjustment Methods, Discounted cash flow, internal rate of return on capital net present value analysis and pay back methods.

3.Working Capital and Short Range Planning – Meaning Nature, Importance of Working Capital Management, Factors Determining Adequacy of Working Capital Cycle, Management of Cash, Credit and Inventories sources of Working Capital Available to Indian Industries, Balance Approach.

4.Quantitative Techniques of Working Capital Management – Models, Discriminate Analysis for credit Decision, Advanced structure for Efficient Management.

5.Planning & Capitals Structure – Top Management Financial Cost of Capital, Theory of Capital Structure and Capital Structure Decision of the time, EST-EPS Analysis, ROIRO-Analysis, Assessing Companies Debt Capacities.

6.Predation and Analysis of Financial Statements-Its projected profit and Loss and Cash Flow Statements. Statements of sources and Application of funds, Analysis and Interpretation of Published Statements of Accounts, Ratio analysis Inter-firm comparison, Concept of leverage.

7.Budget and Budgetary Control – Budgetary Organization, Budgetary Installation, Budget and standard cost, the Budget as part of the over all business plan, Functional Budgets, Master Budgets, Fixed Flexible Budget, Performance Budgeting, Zero Based Budgeting.

8.Specialized Services – Internal Audit Internal Control, Operational and Management Audit, The Data Processing, Function of Computer and Decision making.

9.Strategic Cost Management System – Importance, Competence cost analysis and Strategic control  system.

 

 

SUGGESTED READINGS  :-

 

1.Anthony, R.N. & Govindrajan V. – Management Control System, 8th ed. Taraporevala, Irwin Chicago, 1995.

2.Maciarielool J.A. & Kirby C.J. – Management Control System, Englewood Cliffs, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1994.

3.Emmuvel C. & Otley D. – Accounting for Management Control, Nostrand Reinhold, London, 1985.

 

 

PAPER  TITLE  302  (XIV)

 

Course Title  :- APPLICATION OF ACCOUNTING IN MANAGERAL DECISION :

 

1.Management Accounting – Frame work and Emphasis, Meaning of term Advanced Management Accounting, Relationship with other discipline, Role of Management Accountant.

2.Financial Information System – Concepts Significance and Role. Types of Financial Information System and Various parties consulting the systems.

3.Financial Reporting System – Objectives and Need for different levels of Management, Types of Reporting Preparation, Uses and Structure of Financial Report Practice in Public and Private sector in India.

4.Cost and Profit Analysis – Cost Behaviour Analysis, Fixed, Semi Variable and Variable cost and different methods of separating semi variable into fixed and variable cost, Marginal costing techniques and Application, Break-even Analysis, Reporting system under marginal costing.

5.Planning and control – Functions, Short term and long term planning and the role of Management Accounting in the Planning process, Inventory control-Meaning and Methods of Inventory Control.

6.Budgetary Control -  Preparation of Budgets, Department budgets and Integrated budgets. Limitations and Budget key factors, Flexible budgets. Reporting T. G. Rose system of Hire-Management control. Valuation of Securities, shares and Debentures/Bonds.

7.Accounting of Companies: Formation of Companies, issue and Forfeiture of Shares Issue of Debentures, Redemption of Preference Shares and Debentures, Liquidation of company, Conversion of Debentures into shares.

8.Accounting of Co’s- Amalgamation, Absorption and Reconstruction of companies, Accounting for holding company and subsidiary company. Accounti9ng for Investment companies, Accounting for Hotels and Non Profit Seeking organization. Final Accounts of companies according to Indian Companies Act-1956, computation of Insurance Claims.

9.Cost Audit- Purpose and Advantages, Practice of preparation of cost audit report in India, Difference Cost & Financial audit.

 

 

 

 

SUGGESTED READINGS :-

 

1.Prodhan, Bimal- Multinational According Croom Helm, London, 1986.

2.Rathore Shirin- International Accounting Englewood cliffs, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1986.

 

 

 

PAPER TITLE 303 (XV)

 

       Course Title – PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMNT :-

 

1.Project Preparation – Phases, Levels of decision making, I reject identifications, Generation and secreting of project ideas.

2.Project Analysis and Evaluation – Market and 1st Channel analysis, Technical Analysis, Financial Analysis, Economics Analysis and Environmental Analysis. Financial Appraisal, Estimation of Cost of Project Terms of Financial working  Capital requirements, Estimation of working results, Appraisal through DCF and non-DCF techniques, preparation of Detailed Project (DPR) Analysis of Risk; Types and measures of Risk, Simple estimation f risk, Sensitivity Analysis Scenario Analysis, Decision Trees Analysis and Selection of a Project social-cost Benefit Analysis(SCBA), Rational for SCBA, UNIDO and L.M. Approach.

3.Network Techniques for Project Management – Project Scheduling, PERT and CPM Models, Network Cost system.

4.Project Review – Initial Review, Performance : Valuation, Abandonment Analysis and Administrative aspects of Capital Budgeting.

5.Project Management – Terms of project organization project control-Human Aspects Pre-requisites for successful project implementation, Goosenecks and International project management, project Appraisal and Financial in India : Means of Finance, Norms and Policies of FI’s. SEBI Guidelines, Schemes of Assistance, project Appraisal by Indian Financial Institution.

 

 

SUGGESTED READING :-

 

1.Bhalla, V.K. – Modern working Capital Management, Anmol Pub. New Delhi, 1997.

2.Bhalla, V.K. –Financial Management & Policy, 2nd ed. Anmol Pub. New Delhi9, 1998.

3.Dhankoo, Raj S- Financial Management of Public Sector undertakings, Westville, New Delhi-1995.

4.Chandra Prasanna – Projects : Preparation, Appraisal, Budgeting & Implementation, 3rd  ed. Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1987.

5.Ahuja, G.K. & Gupta Ravi- Systematic  Approach to Income Tax, Allahabad bharat Law House, 1997.

 

 

PAPER TITLE 304  (XVI)

 

Course Title : INDIAN FINANCIAL SYSTEM AND FINANCIAL

INSTITUTION

 

1.Nature and Role of Financial Systems – Financial Systems and Financial  Markets, Indian Financial Institutions and their Activities Government intervention in the financial system.

2.Money Market – Call Money Market, Treasury Bill Market, Commercial Bills Markets, commercial paper, Certification of Deposits, Discounts and Finance House of India (DFI11) Recent Development.

3.Capital Market – Nature, Significance, Government Securities Market Industrial Securities Market, Shares and Debentures Recent Development.

4.Securities and Exchange Board of India – (SEEBI) Objectives and Significance, Regulatory guidelines for capital markets, merchant Bankers. Mutual finds and issue of GDR’s.

5.Stock Exchanges in India- Their need, Organizational structure and function of BSI: NSI and OTCH.

6.Credit Rating-Concept, Types, Advantages and Disadvantages, India credit rating agencies and their rating services. Brief introduction about the international credit rating agencies like S&P.

7.Merchant Banking- Nature and Scope and structure of Merchant Banking industry.  Overview of current Indian merchant scheme.

8.Mutual Funds - Evaluation, Regulation, Structure and marketing  of M.F., Scheme of Indian Mutual funds.

9.International Finance – Importance, Foreign: exchange markets in India, Exchange rates, Managing currency risks, sources for raising foreign currency finance.

 

 

SUGGESTED READINGS:-

 

1.Bhalla, V.K.- Indian Financial System, Anmol Pub. Pvt. Ltd. Delhi, 1998.

2.Rose Poter S. & Erasor Donald R. –Financial Institutions, Ontario, Irwin, Dorsey 1985.

3.Vij Madhu – Management of Financial Institution in India, Anmol Pub, New Delhi 1991.

4.Yeager, Freed C. & Seitz Nail E. – Financial Institution Management Text & Cases, 3rd ed. Englewood cliffs New Jersey 1989.

5.Hampel George H & Yawtiz Jess B – Financial management of Financial Institution, New Jersey 1997.

 

COURSE OF STUDY FOR MBA THIRD SEMESTER

(FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT)

 

 

PAPER TITLE 301 (XIII)

 

       Course Title  :- FINANCIAL PLANNING & CONTROL

 

1.Introduction – Financial Forecasting, Planning and Control, Long term Financial planning and short-term Financial Planning Responsibility Accounting-the control process, The place of Financial Manager in the Total Organizational Structure.

2.Capital and Long Range Planning – Capital Expenditure Budget, Evaluation of capital Expenditure proposals, Return on capital, Time Adjustment Methods, Discounted cash flow, internal rate of return on capital net present value analysis and pay back methods.

3.Working Capital and Short Range Planning – Meaning Nature, Importance of Working Capital Management, Factors Determining Adequacy of Working Capital Cycle, Management of Cash, Credit and Inventories sources of Working Capital Available to Indian Industries, Balance Approach.

4.Quantitative Techniques of Working Capital Management – Models, Discriminate Analysis for credit Decision, Advanced structure for Efficient Management.

5.Planning & Capitals Structure – Top Management Financial Cost of Capital, Theory of Capital Structure and Capital Structure Decision of the time, EST-EPS Analysis, ROIRO-Analysis, Assessing Companies Debt Capacities.

6.Predation and Analysis of Financial Statements-Its projected profit and Loss and Cash Flow Statements. Statements of sources and Application of funds, Analysis and Interpretation of Published Statements of Accounts, Ratio analysis Inter-firm comparison, Concept of leverage.

7.Budget and Budgetary Control – Budgetary Organization, Budgetary Installation, Budget and standard cost, the Budget as part of the over all business plan, Functional Budgets, Master Budgets, Fixed Flexible Budget, Performance Budgeting, Zero Based Budgeting.

8.Specialized Services – Internal Audit Internal Control, Operational and Management Audit, The Data Processing, Function of Computer and Decision making.

9.Strategic Cost Management System – Importance, Competence cost analysis and Strategic control  system.

 

 

SUGGESTED READINGS  :-

 

1.Anthony, R.N. & Govindrajan V. – Management Control System, 8th ed. Taraporevala, Irwin Chicago, 1995.

2.Maciarielool J.A. & Kirby C.J. – Management Control System, Englewood Cliffs, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1994.

3.Emmuvel C. & Otley D. – Accounting for Management Control, Nostrand Reinhold, London, 1985.

 

 

PAPER  TITLE  302  (XIV)

 

Course Title  :- APPLICATION OF ACCOUNTING IN MANAGERAL DECISION :

 

1.Management Accounting – Frame work and Emphasis, Meaning of term Advanced Management Accounting, Relationship with other discipline, Role of Management Accountant.

2.Financial Information System – Concepts Significance and Role. Types of Financial Information System and Various parties consulting the systems.

3.Financial Reporting System – Objectives and Need for different levels of Management, Types of Reporting Preparation, Uses and Structure of Financial Report Practice in Public and Private sector in India.

4.Cost and Profit Analysis – Cost Behaviour Analysis, Fixed, Semi Variable and Variable cost and different methods of separating semi variable into fixed and variable cost, Marginal costing techniques and Application, Break-even Analysis, Reporting system under marginal costing.

5.Planning and control – Functions, Short term and long term planning and the role of Management Accounting in the Planning process, Inventory control-Meaning and Methods of Inventory Control.

6.Budgetary Control -  Preparation of Budgets, Department budgets and Integrated budgets. Limitations and Budget key factors, Flexible budgets. Reporting T. G. Rose system of Hire-Management control. Valuation of Securities, shares and Debentures/Bonds.

7.Accounting of Companies: Formation of Companies, issue and Forfeiture of Shares Issue of Debentures, Redemption of Preference Shares and Debentures, Liquidation of company, Conversion of Debentures into shares.

8.Accounting of Co’s- Amalgamation, Absorption and Reconstruction of companies, Accounting for holding company and subsidiary company. Accounti9ng for Investment companies, Accounting for Hotels and Non Profit Seeking organization. Final Accounts of companies according to Indian Companies Act-1956, computation of Insurance Claims.

9.Cost Audit- Purpose and Advantages, Practice of preparation of cost audit report in India, Difference Cost & Financial audit.

 

 

 

 

SUGGESTED READINGS :-

 

1.Prodhan, Bimal- Multinational According Croom Helm, London, 1986.

2.Rathore Shirin- International Accounting Englewood cliffs, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1986.

 

 

 

PAPER TITLE 303 (XV)

 

       Course Title – PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMNT :-

 

1.Project Preparation – Phases, Levels of decision making, I reject identifications, Generation and secreting of project ideas.

2.Project Analysis and Evaluation – Market and 1st Channel analysis, Technical Analysis, Financial Analysis, Economics Analysis and Environmental Analysis. Financial Appraisal, Estimation of Cost of Project Terms of Financial working  Capital requirements, Estimation of working results, Appraisal through DCF and non-DCF techniques, preparation of Detailed Project (DPR) Analysis of Risk; Types and measures of Risk, Simple estimation f risk, Sensitivity Analysis Scenario Analysis, Decision Trees Analysis and Selection of a Project social-cost Benefit Analysis(SCBA), Rational for SCBA, UNIDO and L.M. Approach.

3.Network Techniques for Project Management – Project Scheduling, PERT and CPM Models, Network Cost system.

4.Project Review – Initial Review, Performance : Valuation, Abandonment Analysis and Administrative aspects of Capital Budgeting.

5.Project Management – Terms of project organization project control-Human Aspects Pre-requisites for successful project implementation, Goosenecks and International project management, project Appraisal and Financial in India : Means of Finance, Norms and Policies of FI’s. SEBI Guidelines, Schemes of Assistance, project Appraisal by Indian Financial Institution.

 

 

SUGGESTED READING :-

 

1.Bhalla, V.K. – Modern working Capital Management, Anmol Pub. New Delhi, 1997.

2.Bhalla, V.K. –Financial Management & Policy, 2nd ed. Anmol Pub. New Delhi9, 1998.

3.Dhankoo, Raj S- Financial Management of Public Sector undertakings, Westville, New Delhi-1995.

4.Chandra Prasanna – Projects : Preparation, Appraisal, Budgeting & Implementation, 3rd  ed. Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1987.

5.Ahuja, G.K. & Gupta Ravi- Systematic  Approach to Income Tax, Allahabad bharat Law House, 1997.

 

 

PAPER TITLE 304  (XVI)

 

Course Title : INDIAN FINANCIAL SYSTEM AND FINANCIAL

INSTITUTION

 

1.Nature and Role of Financial Systems – Financial Systems and Financial  Markets, Indian Financial Institutions and their Activities Government intervention in the financial system.

2.Money Market – Call Money Market, Treasury Bill Market, Commercial Bills Markets, commercial paper, Certification of Deposits, Discounts and Finance House of India (DFI11) Recent Development.

3.Capital Market – Nature, Significance, Government Securities Market Industrial Securities Market, Shares and Debentures Recent Development.

4.Securities and Exchange Board of India – (SEEBI) Objectives and Significance, Regulatory guidelines for capital markets, merchant Bankers. Mutual finds and issue of GDR’s.

5.Stock Exchanges in India- Their need, Organizational structure and function of BSI: NSI and OTCH.

6.Credit Rating-Concept, Types, Advantages and Disadvantages, India credit rating agencies and their rating services. Brief introduction about the international credit rating agencies like S&P.

7.Merchant Banking- Nature and Scope and structure of Merchant Banking industry.  Overview of current Indian merchant scheme.

8.Mutual Funds - Evaluation, Regulation, Structure and marketing  of M.F., Scheme of Indian Mutual funds.

9.International Finance – Importance, Foreign: exchange markets in India, Exchange rates, Managing currency risks, sources for raising foreign currency finance.

 

 

SUGGESTED READINGS:-

 

1.Bhalla, V.K.- Indian Financial System, Anmol Pub. Pvt. Ltd. Delhi, 1998.

2.Rose Poter S. & Erasor Donald R. –Financial Institutions, Ontario, Irwin, Dorsey 1985.

3.Vij Madhu – Management of Financial Institution in India, Anmol Pub, New Delhi 1991.

4.Yeager, Freed C. & Seitz Nail E. – Financial Institution Management Text & Cases, 3rd ed. Englewood cliffs New Jersey 1989.

5.Hampel George H & Yawtiz Jess B – Financial management of Financial Institution, New Jersey 1997.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COURSE OF STUDY FOR MBA THIRD SEMESTER

(PERSONEEL MANAGEMENT)

 

 

PAPER TITLE 301 (XIII)

 

       Course Title :- INDUSTRIAL RELATION SYSTEM

 

1.Industrial Relation System Meaning – Objectives Scope.

2.Dunlop Model of Industrial Relations.

3.Industrial Relations in India – Present position in the public and private sectors.

4.Labour policy – Tripartite consultations. Indian layman conference. Standing Committee of Indian Labour conference. Central and State Government machinery for labour and administration in India.

5.Recommendation of National commission on labour with to I.R./and Collective Bargaining.

6.Trade Union – Meaning objectives function and future of trade Union and the Employee, Trade Union and the management.

7.Industrial Dispute and machinery for Settlement of Industrial Dispute.

8.Collective Bargaining and Voluntary Arbitration.

9.WPM : Worker’s Participation in Management – Need and Present Position in India.

 

 

SUGGESTED READINGS:-

 

1.Niland J.R. etc. – The future of Industrial Relation, Sage, New Delhi, 1994.

2.Kochan, T.A. & Katz Henry – Collective Bargaining and Industrial Relations. 2nd ed. Richard D. Irish Homewood Illinois, 1988.

3.Memorial C.B. – Dynamics of Industrial Relation in India, Himalaya Publishing House.

4.Sarma, A.M. – Industrial Relation, Himalaya Publishing House.

5.Mamkoottam K. – Trade Unionism, Myth and Reality, Oxford University Press, New Delhi. 1992.

6.Jocoby S.M. – The workers of Nations : Industrial Relations in Globlised Economy, Oxford University Press 1994.

 

 

PAPER TITLE 302(XIV)

 

Course Title – MANPOWER PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT :-

 

1.Meaning and scope of HRD. Role and Fuctions of HRD in Industrial Organization.

2.Need for Macro Level Human Resource Planning and Labour Market analysis.

 

 

3.Manpower Planning definition, Objective and Technique.

4.Recruitment: Sources and Methods.

5.Behavioourals Factors in Human Resource Planning – Wastage Analysis Retention, redeployment and Exit Strategies.

6.Career Planning, succession planning promotion charts and channel cadres, Trade Testing Performance Appraisal and Rating.

7.Talent Supporting, Job Enrolment J.D. Rotation, Multi Skill Development, Self  Development plans for Employees.

8.Training and Development.

9.Personality Development.

10.Management Development Programmes and Methods.

 

 

SUGGESTED READINGS :-

 

1.Greenhaus J.H. – Career Management N.Y. Dryden 1987.

2.Mabey C & Salma G. – Strategic Human Resource Management, Black Welll, Oxford, 1995.

3.Thomson R & Mabey C- Developing Human Resources, Butterworth, Oxford, 1994.

4.Dale B – Total Quality & Human Resources, An Executive Guide, Black Well, Oxford, 1992.

5.Casson J & Bannison M – Manpower Planning. Handbook, McGraw Hill, London, 1984.

6.Amjad Rashided – Human Resource Planning. The Asian Experience. H.Q. New Delhi, 1987.

7.Dharmvir Aggrawl – Manpower Planning Selection etc. Deep & Deep Pub. Delhi.

8.R.S. Davar – Personnel Management & Industrial Relation, Vikas Pub. House, Delhi.

 

PAPER TITLE 303(XV)

 

Course Title : WAGES AND SALARY ADMINISTRATION :-

 

1.Compensation – Basic and Variable Compensation, Need of wage Administration in India.

2.Concepts of Wages – Minimum Wages, Fair wage, Living wage, Determinant of Wages, Principles of Wage Fixation and Wages Act.

3.Overview of Wage Laws in India-Payment of Wages Act. Minimum Wages Act.

4.Incentive Wage-Cost of Living and Dearness Allowance, Consumer Price Index Number, Fringe Benefits.

5.Methods of  Wage payment – Time and Piece rate methods.

6.Job Evaluation Methods.

7.Machinery for Wage Fixation – Wage Boards, Bonus, National Wage Policy.

8.Time keeping Method and personnel Records.

9.Labour Productivity : Concept, Measurement and relation with wage.

 

SUGGESTED READINGS :-

 

1.Becher D.W.- Wages and Salary Administration – Prentice Hall Englewood Cliffs.

2.Brennan Charles – Wage Administration, Richard D Irwin, Homewood.

3.Sun, G.K. – Wage Stytem : Its effective Management AIMA Delhi.

4.Rudrabasava Raj – Dynamic personnel Administration Himalaya Publishing.

 

PAPER TITLE 304 (XVI)

 

Course Title : LABOUR LEGISLATION AND SOCIAL SECURITY :-

 

1.Philosophy of Labour  Welfare – Concept, Definition, Scope, Aims and Objectives, Necessity, Principles, Theories of Labour Welfare Financing, Classification of Labour Welfare.

2.Brief History of Development of Labour Welfare.

3.Statutory Welfare Provision- A Comparative Study of Welfare, Provision under the following Acts (1) Factory Act 1948 (2) The Mines Act and Motor Transport Workers Act 1961 (3) The Contract Labour Act 1970 (4) The  Merchant  Shipping Act 1958 (5) Inter-State Migrant Workmen Act. 1979, (6) Plantation Labour Act.

4.Voluntary Welfare Measures : Indication, Facilities Medical Facilities, Transport Facilities Discretional Facilities, Consumer Co-operative Societies.

5.Agricultural Labour in India.

6.Welfare of Special Categories in Industries – Female Labour , Child Labour, Contract  Labo

7.ur, Inter State Migrant Labour.

8.Workers Education Scheme -  Objectives, Training Programme, Evaluation, Suggestions, Conclusion.

9.Social Security Definition, Social Assistance, Social Institution Public  Service, Social Security System ( Workman compensation Act 923 EST Act 1947, Payment of Gratitude Act. 1972 (Only Benefits to be Discussed)

 

 

SUGGESTED READINGS :-

 

1.C.B. Memoria-  Personnel Management, Hemostat Publishing House.

2.C.B. Memoria & S. Memoria- Dynamics, Vikas Publications, Delhi.

3.A.N. Aggrawl- Indian Economics, Vikas Publications, Delhi.

4.D.K.L. Das – Personnel Management/Industrial relations and Labour welfare Y.K.P. Publishers, Agra.

 

 

 

 

 

 

COURSE OF STUDY FOR MBA THIRD SEMESTER

( MARKETING  MANAGEMENT )

 

 

PAPER TITLE 301 (XIII)

 

       Course Title :- MARKETING RESEARCH

1.Nature of Scope of Marketing Research.

2.Management of Marketing Research Method.

3.Problem, Identification & Hypothesis Formulation, the Various Environment & Constraints, Classification of Marketing.

4.Different Sources & Forms of Data Collection.

5.Sampling – Frames of Sampling - Sampling Methodology.

6.Analysis & Interpretation of Data Chi-Square-Test and Simple Analysis of Variance.

7.Preparation of Marketing Research Report.

8.Motivational Research.

9.Brand- Nature, importance, Methods of building Brands & Role of Patenting.

10.Marketing Strategy.

 

SUGGESTED READINGS :-

 

1.Luck, David J. and Ronald S. Rubin- Marketing Research, Prentice I tall of India.

2.Kolter Philip – Marketing Management – Pt. II

3.Kerlinger Fred N. – Foundation of  Behavioural Research.

4.Malhotra and Naresh Kumar – Marketing Research and Applied Orientation – Pearson Education Asia.

5.Donald S. Tull & Dell Hawikins – Marketing Research and Applied Orientation and Method – PHI

6.Ramanuj Majumdar – Marketing Research New Age, International Publishers.

 

PAPER TITLE 302 (XIV)

 

Course Title : ADVERTING

 

1.Concept of Adverting and its impact on Social and Economical Life. Distinction between Adverting & Sales promotion.

2.The Nature, Scope & Role of Adverting with Special Reference to Indian Context.

3.Type of Adverting and its Objectives.

4.Adverting Programme and Media Selection with Reference to Indian Context.

5.Copy writing & Adverting Research.

 

 

 

6.Adverting Campaign and its Objectives. Planning and Implementation.

7.Financial Considerations and budgeting. Methods of Advertising Programme.

8.The Role of Advertising Agencies and their contribution towards the Indian Market Organizational Setup.

9.Advertising Ethics : Public Relation and Mass Media.

 

SUGGESTED READINGS :-

 

1.Borden William II- Advertising John  Wiley N. York. 1981.

2.Aakar David A. etc. – Advertising Management, 4th ed. Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1985.

3.Mohan Mahindra  - Advertising Management, Tata McGraw, Delhi.

4.Kleppner Otto – Advertising Procedure. Englewood Cliffs, Prentice  Hall of India, New Delhi, 1985.

5.Sengupta Subroto – Brand Positioning. Strategies for Competitive Advantages, Tata McGraw Hill. New Delhi, 1990.

6.Batra Rajeev, John G. Myers & David a Aakar –Advertising Mnagement-PHI.

7.Roderick White – Advertising management PHI.

 

PAPER TITEL 303 (VIV)

 

Course Title : SALES AND DISTRIBNUTION MANAGEMENT.

 

1.Nature & Scope of salesmanship.

2.Introduction to Sales management- Its Evaluation and Objectives di8stinction between Marketing Management & Sales management, Sales manager, Talks, Responsibility and Quality.

3.Setting & Formulating Personal Selling Strategies.

4.Determine Sales Policies.

5.Organizing the Sales Efforts- Nature & Positioning of Sales Management Position.

6.Sales Organization.

7.Recruiting and Selecting Sales Personnel.

8.Planning and Conducting Sales Training Programme.

9.Motivating & Compensating Sales Personnel.

10.Appraising & Evaluating sales Personnel.

11.Controlling Sales Efforts, Sales Budget, Quota, Sales Control and Cost Analysis.

12.Channels of Distribution.

 

SUGGESTED READING:

 

1.Dalrymple D. J. – Sales Management Concepts & Cases, John Wiley, New York, 1989.

2.Aderson R. Professional Sales management, Englewood Cliffs, Prentice hall, New Jersey, 1992.

 

3.Anderson R. Professional Personnel selling’s, D.O. 1991.

4.Buskirk R.H. & Stanton W. J. – Management of Sales force. Homewood, Illiois, Richard d. Invin 1993.

5.Still R. R. Sales Management – Englewood Cliffs, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1988.

6.Stanton William J. Etc. Management of A Sales Force, Chicago, Irwin, 1995.

 

PAPER TITLE 304 (XV)

 

Course Title : EXPROT MARKETING :

 

1.The Significance of Export Marketing in the Economy of a Country, balance of Trade & Payment Role of foreign Trade & Economi9c Development. Methods of Foreign Payments.

2.Theory of Comparative Cost.

3.International Trade Environment – socio Economic, technological Legal & Political Factors.

4.Export Marketing as pre-requisite of International Trade.

5. World  Trade, Organization (WTO) – Its Scope, Functions & Achievements in Controlling International Trade, NAFTA, EEC, SAFTA.

6.Export Promotion and Organizational Setup in India.

7.Financing of Export Trade, Letter of Credit, Institutions involved in Financing.

 

SUGGESTED READINGS :

 

1.Bhattacharya B – Export Marketing Strategies for Success, Global Business Press, New Delhi 1991.

2.Pripalomi V.H. International Marketing – Prentice Hall.

3.Terpstra Vern & Sarathy R – International marketing. Dryden Press, Orlando, 1991.

4.Walter 1 & Murry T – handbook of international Business, John Wiley, N. York. 1988.

5.Johri Lalit M – International Marketing Strategies for Success. University of Delhi 1980.

6.Keegan Warren – Global Marketing, Englewwod Cliffs, Prentice Hall, New jersey, 1995.

7.Rathor B.S. & Rathor J.s. – Export Marketing – Himalaya Publising House.

 

COURESE OF STUDY FOR MBA

FOURTH SEMESTER

PAPER TITLE 301 (XVII)

 

Course Title: INDIAN ECONOMIC PROBLEMS

 

1.Structure of Indian Economy in Pre-independence Period.

(a)Basic Characteristics of Indian Economy.

(b)Causes of Underdevelopment in India.

2.Development of Transport, Communication, Power Social Services and Infrastructure in India in Plan Period.

3.Agriculture Development in Plan Period – ‘new strategy’ of Agricultural Development. Green Revolution.

4.Planning:

(a)Need in Developing country.

(b)Planning in India – Achievements. Present Position.

5.Industrialization:

(a)Nature and Extent of Industrialization before New Economic Ploicy (1950-1990)

(b)The Problem of Industrialization in the New Scenario.

6.National Income:

(a)National Income Trends during the Plan Period.

(b)Limitation of national Income Estimation in India.

7.Population:

(a)Population growth, Size and policy.

(b)Criticism of F.P.P. before and after 1976.

8.(a) Capital Formation in the Indian Economy.

(b)Mobilization of saving during Five year plan in India.

9.Poverty, Inequality and Planning Process in India.

(a)The Concept of Poverty.

(b)Problem of Poverty in India.

(c)Anti Poverty programmes.

10.Price policy and Economic Growth:

(a)Price movements since independence.

(b)Courses of rise in price since 1950-51.

(c)Price policy of the Government.

 

SUGGESTED READINGS:

1.Mishra, S. K. & Puri – Indian Economics. Himalya Publishing House.

2.Rudra Datta and sundram – Indian Economics, s. chand & Co. Delhi.

3.Agrawal A. N. _ Indian Economics, Vikash Publication.

4.Economic Survey.

PAPER TITLE 302 (XVIII)

 

Course Title: BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT

 

1.Government Participation in Business – Need and Scope.

2.Role of State in Business Planning Industrial Development with special reference to Industrial Policy Resolutions, Licensing policies and Monopoly Regulation.

3.State Role in Providing Plan based facilities with regard to subsidy. Taxation, Protection. Financial and technical Assistance.

4.Foreign Collaboration and Assistance – Technical and Financial.

5.Social and Public Accountability of business Parliamentary. Legislative, Ministerial control and contact by other agencies.

6.Private sector and joint Sector: Changing Role and

7.Management of Public Enterprises – Philosophy. Organization and management, Pricing policies Accounting and Control.

8.Different Economic system.

(a)Capitalism (b) socialism (c) Mixed Economy.

 

SUGGESTED READING:

 

(1)Khara, S.S. – Government in Business.

(2)Prithi, Suindar S. – Business & Government.

 

PAPER TITLE (XIX)

 

Course Title: Business Law & Industrial Law

 

1.Introduction.

2.The Indian Contract Act. 1872.

3.Law of Agency.

4.The Indian Partnership act, 1930.

5.The Companies Act. 1956.

6.The Negotiable Instruments Act. 1981.

7.The law of Insolvency, Carriage, Insurance.

8.The Industries Development and Reconstruction Act.

9.The arbitration Act. 1940.

 

N. D. Salient feature of the above Acts are needed Students should note that the Negotiable Instruments Act and the Companies Act have been amended in 1988.

 

SUGGESTED READINGS:

 

1)Sen & Mita – commercial Law & Industrial Law.

2)Kuchhai, M.C. – Mercantile Law.

3)Gulsan & Kapoor – Text Book of commercial Law.

4)Shukla,  .c. – Mercantile Law.

5)Singh, Dr. Avtar – Elements of Commercial Law.

6)Prasad Man Mohan – Business Law and Management.

            Paper title 304 (XX)

 

Course Title: BUSINESS PLOCY & CORPORATE MANAGEMNT.

 

1.Shaping and Establishment of enterprises, objectives, scope and management.

2.Policies with regard to:

       Sales – Products, customers, Pricing and Sales Promotion.

       Production – Purchasing Qualification and functions of Purchase management.

       Personnel- Compensation and Employee Service & Industrial relations.

       Financial – Use of Capital, Sources, Protection, Distribution of Earning (Profits)

       Organization- Grouping of activities Relationship Organisation Structure and Board of Director.

3.Developing Major Source: Executive, Facilities (Location, Building, Equipment, Layout etc.)

4.Execution of Plan: Short-run, Controlling operations, Budgetary Control.

5.Synthesis: Corporate management, Integrated approach to cental management.

 

SUGGESTED READINGS:

(i)Newman & Logan business Policy & Central management.

(ii) Macmillan, K. Business Policy.

(iii) Sherlerker, S.A. Business Planning & Policy.

(iv)Chritisen Business Policy.

(v)Thomas Business Policy & Astrology.

 

PAPER TITLE 305 (XXI)

 

Course Title: PROJECT VIVA-VOCE.