Mba Syllabus

Maximum Marks: 100 External Marks: 60 Internal Marks: 40 Credit Units: 4 L| T| P| 4| 0| 0| Learning Outcomes: * On completion of the syllabi, the student will understand the basic Principles of Management and their application in modern day business at different layers of organization so as to understand how to run an organization smoothly and efficiently. * An in-depth knowledge about working of an organization. * Student will also get sensitized about new and contemporary developments in the field of management.

UNIT-I Introduction to Management: Definition, Process, Functions of Management. Evolution of Management thoughts – Contribution of F. W. Taylor, Henry Fayol, Elton Mayo, and Hawthorne studies. Planning: Planning Process, Types of Plans Organizination: Form of Organizination,Line, Line& Staff & Functional Authority. Span of Control Business and its features. Type of Business and Forms of Business Organization. UNIT-II

Staffing: Recruitment, Selection, Induction, Placement and Training. Power and Authority: Delegation of Authority, Centralization and Decentralization of Authority, Difference between Power and Authority Dynamics of Motivation: Contribution of Maslow and Herzberg to the theory of Motivation. Controlling: Types of control, Process, Requirement for Adequate control, Performance Appraisal :Need, Method of appraisal (Traditional and Modern ) Leadership and its Styles . UNIT-III

Informal Groups and their relevance in the present economic scenario Corporate Social Responsibility: Issues and Concerns Relevance of Creativity ,Innovation and Jugad in the new Economic System. Cross Cultural management & Enterpenureship. Concept of inclusive Growth. RECOMMENDED TEXT BOOKS 1. Ghuman Karminder and K Aswathappa, Management Concepts, Practice and Cases, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi 2. Koontz, O’Donnell, Weigh rich: Essentials of Management, Tata Mcgraw Hill , New Delhi. 3.

Stoner, Freeman, Gilbert Jr. : Management, Pearson education, New Delhi. NOTE FOR THE PAPER SETTER The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set 3 questions from each unit and 1 compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus consisting of 5 short answer questions. Compulsory question will be placed at number one. Candidate shall be required to attempt 6 questions in all including compulsory question and selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. All questions carry equal marks. MBT 402: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS

Maximum Marks: 100 External Marks: 60 Internal Marks: 40 Credit Units: 4 L| T| P| 4| 0| 0| Learning Outcomes: On completion of the syllabus this course on Managerial Economics will provide understanding of: * Fundamental concepts and theories of Economics and their application to the different functional areas of business management and business decision making for the sake of better output orientation and efficiency. * It will provide knowledge about the concepts of elasticity of demand, and economies of scale for business expansion. The knowledge about the demand projection and price behavior will help students to adopt a judicious forward business planning for the sake of stability and growth. Unit-I Traditional and Modern definitions of Managerial Economics based upon the concepts of scarcity and optimization. Application of economic concepts of the concepts of Cost, Opportunity Cost, Incremental Cost, Revenue and Profit. Fundamentals of Demand: Demand Function, Determinants, Law of Demand and its Exceptions, Change in Demand, Kinds of Demand and Network Externalities in Market Demand.

Demand Forecasting, Elasticity of Demand, Price Elasticity of Demand, Degrees, Determinants, Measures, Income Elasticity of Demand, and Cross Elasticity of Demand. Consumer Behavior:: Theory of Utility, Concept of Marginal Utility, Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility, Law of Equi-Marginal Utility and Indifference Curve Analysis: Properties, Budget Line, Determination of Consumer Equilibrium, Explanation and Measurement of Price Effect, Income Effect and Substitution Effect. Unit-II

Production Analysis: Production Frontier, Short run and Long run Production Function, Iso-quant Curves, Producer Equilibrium, Optimal Combination of Inputs and Economies of Scale. Theory of Cost and Revenue Analysis: Cost and Revenue Concepts: Long Run and Short Run Cost Curves, Traditional and Modern Theory of Cost: Relationship between Total Revenue, Average Revenue and Marginal Revenue. Market Structure: Perfect Competition, Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly, Firms Goals: profit maximization, sale maximization, business expansion and good will promotion.

Unit-III Macro Economics: Concept of National Income, its Methods of Measurement, and Circular Flow of Income.. Classical Theory and Keynesian Theory of Employment: A comparative analysis of Classical and Keynesian Theory of Employment with regard to their Assumptions, Characteristics. Keynesian Tools Consumption, Saving investment and Multiplier. Business Cycles Fiscal and Monetary Policies. Inflation: Concept, Causes and Theories of Inflation. Text Books 1. Ahuja, H. L. Macroeconomics, Theory and Policy, S.

Chand ;amp; Co. , New Delhi. 2 Chopra, P. N. (2010). Managerial Economics, Kalyani Publishers, New Delhi. 3 Dwivedi, D. N. , Managerial Economics, Vikas Publications, New Delhi. Reference Books 1. Peterson and Lewis, Managerial Economic, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. 2. Salvatore, Dominick and Ravikesh Srivastava (2009). Managerial Economics: Principles and Worldwide Applications, pp. 1-13, Oxford Univ. Press, New Delhi. NOTE FOR THE PAPER SETTER The syllabus has been divided into three units.

Paper setter will set 3 questions from each unit and 1 compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus consisting of 5 short answer questions. Compulsory question will be placed at number one. Candidate shall be required to attempt 6 questions in all including compulsory question and selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. All questions carry equal marks. MBT 403: QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR MANAGERS Maximum Marks: 100 External Marks: 60 Internal Marks: 40 Credit Units: 4 L| T| P| 3| 2| 0|

Learning Outcomes: On completion of the syllabus, the students will be able to: * Solve various mathematical problems based on Compound interest, depreciation, annuity etc. to be applied in business management. * Understand the concept of probability, permutation and combinations, which will be helpful to him in solving various business related problems. * Learn mathematical and statistical techniques that aid in the understanding of financial decisions involving interest, annuities, investments etc. Unit: I

Role of Mathematics and Statistics in Business Decisions: Compound interest, depreciation and annuities, Arithmetic Progression ;amp; Geometric Progression Matrices and Determinant: Concepts of Matrices, Type, Adjoint and inverse of a Matrix: Concepts of Determinants, Solution of Simultaneous Linear Equations of two and three variables using Matrix inverse Techniques and Cramer’s Rule, Business Applications. Unit: II

Knowledge about various statistical techniques like, Measures of Central Tendency: Mean, Median and Mode Measures of Dispersion: Range Quartile Deviation, Mean Deviation, and Standard Deviation and Coefficient of Variance. Skewness ;amp; Kurtosis: Concept and Measures Correlation Analysis: Rank Method ;amp; Karl Pearson’s Coefficient of Correlation Regression Analysis: Simple, Partial & Multiple regression. Fitting of a Regression Line. Unit: III Permutation and Combination

Theory of Probability Binomial Distribution, Poisson distribution and Normal distribution. Index Numbers, Time Series Analysis, Decision Tree will enable a students to have a glimpse of various statistical techniques to be used for the purpose of decision making and measurement of various variables. Text Books: 1. Gupta, Statistical Methods, Sultan Chand, New Delhi. 2. Levins & Krehbiel, Business Statistics, Pearson Berenson, Prentice Hall, India. 3. Levin & Rubin: Statistics for Management, Prentice Hall India, New Delhi. 4. Sancheti & Kapoor, Business Mathematics, Sultan Chand, New Delhi.

NOTE FOR THE PAPER SETTER The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set 3 questions from each unit and 1 compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus consisting of 5 short answer questions. Compulsory question will be placed at number one. Candidate shall be required to attempt 6 questions in all including compulsory question and selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. All questions carry equal marks. MBT 404: ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS Maximum Marks: 100 External Marks: 60 Internal Marks: 40 Credit Units: 4

L| T| P| 3| 2| 0| Learning Outcomes: On completion of the syllabus, the student will possess: * Understanding of the basic Principles of Accounting, Accounting Standards, Reading and Analyzing Balance sheets and its application in modern day business * Knowledge of concepts those are helpful in financial decision making etc. * Knowledge about new and contemporary developments in Accounting. * Understanding of the application of accounting fundamentals to business organizations and various managerial processes in an organization. UNIT-I Concept of Book-Keeping and Accounting Fundamentals.

GAAP and International Accounting Standards Financial Accounting: Fundamentals concepts and conventions, concept of Double Entry System Journal ` Ledger and Trial Balance Trading & Profit Loss Account Balance Sheet UNIT-II Financial Statement Analysis, Ratio analysis Funds Flow Analysis Cash Flow Analysis Management Accounting. Cost Accounting: Cost Sheet UNIT-III

Marginal Costing. Absorption Costing. Break Even Analysis and Margin of Safety. Standard Cost and standard Costing System. Variance Analysis with respect to Material Cost and labour cost Human Resource Accounting. Responsibility Accounting and Responsibility Centers Text Books 1. Hanif and Mukherjee, Modern Accountancy, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi. 2. Maheshwari S. N. , Accounting for Management, Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi. 3. Tulsian, Financial Accounting, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi. Reference Books:- 1. Horngren, Sundem, Introduction to Management, Prentice Hall India, New Delhi. . Kishor Ravi M, Cost accounting and financial management, Taxman Publishers, New Delhi. 3. Shukla, Grewal and S. C. Gupta, Advanced Accounts, Sultan Chand and Sons, New Delhi. NOTE FOR THE PAPER SETTER The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set 3 questions from each unit and 1 compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus consisting of 5 short answer questions. Compulsory question will be placed at number one. Candidate shall be required to attempt 6 questions in all including compulsory question and selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit.

All questions carry equal marks. MBT 405: ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR AND DYNAMICS Maximum Marks: 100 External Marks: 60 Internal Marks: 40 Credit Units: 4 L| T| P| 4| 0| 0| Learning Outcomes: * On completion of the syllabi, the student will understand the basic Principles of Management and their application in modern day business at different layers of organization so as to understand how to run an organization smoothly and efficiently. * An in-depth knowledge about working of an organization. * Student will also get sensitized about new and contemporary developments in the field of management. UNIT I

Organizational Behaviour: Concept and Application, Challenges to Organisational Behaviour, Desciplines contributing to Organsational Behaviour. Individual Behaviour Personality, traits Learning and its theories Attitude and attitude formation Perception, Stereotyping, Hallo Effect Motivation: Theories & Application

UNIT II Group Dynamics: Group Norms; Group Cohesiveness Stress: Types; Sources and Management of stress Leadership: Styles, Models, Theories of Leadership Power and Politics: Definition; Types of Powers; Sources; Characteristics; Effective use of Power Conflict Management: Constructive & Destructive conflict, Conflict Process Strategies for encouraging constructive conflict, Strategies for resolving destructive conflict.

UNIT III Organisational Dynamics; Organisational design Organisational Effectiveness: Meaning, approaches Organisational Culture: Meaning, significance Organizational Climate: Implications on organizational behavior Organizational Change: Meaning; Causes of change; Resistance of change; Management of change RECOMMENDED TEXT BOOKS 1. Aswathappa K, Organisational Behaviour, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai. 2.

Luthans Fred, Organisational Behaviour, McGraw Hill Book Co, New Delhi. 3. Robbins P Stephen, Organisational Behaviour, Prentice Hall, New Delhi. NOTE FOR THE PAPER SETTER The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set 3 questions from each unit and 1 compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus consisting of 5 short answer questions. Compulsory question will be placed at number one. Candidate shall be required to attempt 6 questions in all including compulsory question and selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit.

All questions carry equal marks. MBT406: IT IN MANAGEMENT Maximum Marks: 100 External Marks: 60 Internal Marks: 40 Credit Units: 4 L| T| P| 3| 0| 2| Learning Outcomes: This course will provide understanding of: * Applications of Information Technology in an organization and as a tool of managerial decision making. * Contemporary developments in IT field. * Computer fundamentals, introduction to computer network, Ms Office tools like MS Word, MS excel, MS PowerPoint & Introduction to Operating System, its types.

UNIT-I IT Fundamentals: Software- Types of software, Applications of IT Uses of Internet Search fundamentals, search engines and meta search engines, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Introduction to Networking, Overview of Network types: LAN, MAN, WAN, Network Topologies Overview of DBMS, RDBMS, Types of Database Structures. Introduction to: SAP, ERP, CRM, EDP, SCM Introduction to E-Business: Electronic Commerce Models, Value Chains in Electronic Commerce, E-Commerce in India. UNIT-II

Application and Usage of MS-Word: Word Basics, Rand () function Working with fonts, Aligning text, Line spacing, Page Numbering Headers & Footers, Headers & Footers on even pages & odd pages Drop Cap, Page orientation, Page background, Bullets & Numbering, Printing Documents Drawing features Mail Merge Tables: Creating table, Adding rows & columns, Merging & splitting of cells, Using formulas in tables, Converting text to table & vice versa UNIT-III Ms-Excel: Excel basics, Worksheet vs. Workbook, Inserting and deleting worksheet,

Rename worksheet, Auto fill, Wrap text, Merging Of cells, Using filters Sorting Data,Cell addressing, Using formulas, Paste special, Cell referencing, Working of If function, Printing worksheets, Inserting charts. Ms-PowerPoint: Basics, Different views of slide, apply design templates, Inserting header and footer, slide transition, adding animation, Inserting charts, Action Buttons. Text Book: 1. P. K. Sinha, Computer Fundamentals, BPB, New Delhi. 2. Ron Mansfield, MS-Office, Tech Publication, New Delhi. Reference Books: 1. Nidhi Dhawan, E-Commerce concepts and applications, International Book House Pvt.

Ltd. , New Delhi. 2. Forouzan, Computer Networks, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi. NOTE FOR THE PAPER SETTER The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set 3 questions from each unit and 1 compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus consisting of 5 short answer questions. Compulsory question will be placed at number one. Candidate shall be required to attempt 6 questions in all including compulsory question and selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. All questions carry equal marks. MBT 407: PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION FOR BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Maximum Marks: 100 External Marks: 60 Internal Marks: 40 Credit Units: 4 L| T| P| 4| 0| 0| Learning Outcomes: On completion of the syllabi the student will: * Understand Basic Principles of communication – and its application in modern day business. * Be in position to communicate effectively in English language in written as well as oral form. * Develop Interpersonal and business communication skills to interact effectively in professional and social situations. UNIT I Basic forms of Communication; Grapevine communication ; Barriers to effective communication, Communication process. Cs for effective business communication. Business manners and etiquettes, Telephone Etiquettes, e-mails etiquettes, Effective listening skills. Networks and channels of Communication. UNIT II Written communication skills Good News Letter, Bad News Letter, Persuasive sales letters, Informative Letters, Inter-office memorandums, Paragraph Writing, Developing brochures. Drafting a CV, job application (Cover Letter) Tenses, Subject-Verb Agreement. Vocabulary: Similar sounding words with different meanings, business terminology.

Short reports UNIT III Reading Comprehension Extempore speaking, Public Speaking. Group Discussion & Interviews. Planning and leading meetings, common obstacles in conducting meeting Negotiations Skills: Stages of negotiation process and negotiation strategies. Mass Media: Press releases and organizing Press conferences and Media interviews. References: 1. Chaturvedi; Mukesh Chaturvedi P. D. Chaturvedi, (E. 2004) Business Communication: Concepts, Cases and Applications, Pearson, New Delhi. 2.

Lesikar R. V. ; Petit J. D. , (January 19, 2010), Lesikar’s Business Communication, McGraw-Hill/Irwin; 12 edition, New Delhi. 3. Mary Ellen Guffey, Dana Loewy,(2009), Essentials of Business Communication, Cengage Learning, New Delhi. 4. Sharma R. C ;amp; Krishna Mohan (2002), Business correspondence and Report Writing, Tata McGraw-Hill Education, New Delhi. NOTE FOR THE PAPER SETTER The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set 3 questions from each unit and 1 compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus consisting of 5 short answer questions.

Compulsory question will be placed at number one. Candidate shall be required to attempt 6 questions in all including compulsory question and selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. All questions carry equal marks. MBA 2nd Semester CODES| SUBJECT TITLE| INTERNAL MARKS| EXTERNALMARKS| CREDITUNITS| Lecture| Tutorial| Practical| MBT 421| Business Environment| 40| 60| 4| 4| 0| 0| MBT 422| Financial Management| 40| 60| 4| 3| 2| 0| MBT 423| Marketing Fundamentals| 40| 60| 4| 4| 0| 0| MBT 424| Managing Human Resources| 40| 60| 4| 4| 0| 0| MBT 425| Research Methodology| 40| 60| 4| 4| 0| 0|

MBT 426| Production and Operations Management| 40| 60| 4| 4| 0| 0| MBT 427| Corporate Legal Environment| 40| 60| 4| 4| 0| 0| MBP 428| *Comprehensive Viva-Voce| -| 100| 4| | | | MBT421: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT Maximum Marks: 100 External Marks: 60 Internal Marks: 40 Credit Units: 4 L| T| P| 4| 0| 0| Learning Outcome: On completion of the syllabi, the students should be in a position to understand: * The Business Environment with special reference to Indian Corporate World. * The influencing factors prevailing in Business Environment – and their effect on modern day business internally and externally. Various techniques to scan the Business Environment. UNIT-I Business Environment – Introduction, different Components and Techniques to scan Business Environment Economic Environment – Different Economic Systems and Economic Policies (Industrial, Monetary, and Fiscal and Current Economic Policies) Political Environment – Political Institutions i. e. Legislature, Executive and Judiciary, Changing Role of Government in Business Environment ;amp; Impact

UNIT-II Legal Environment Company regulatory legislations in India: FEMA, Competition Law, EXIM Policies Social Environment- Social Responsibility of Business, Consumer Protection Act 1986, The Environment Protection Act 1986 ;amp; its Impact UNIT-III Technological Environment – Different Types and the Level of Technology, Impact of Technology on Business ;amp; Problems in Technology Transfer Global Environment – Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), WTO- Its Role and Functions MNCs, International Institutions and Trading Blocs

TEXT BOOKS 1. Aggarwal Raj ;amp; Saksena S . Business Environment, Excel Books, New Delhi. 2. Aswathappa, K. (2009). Essential of Business Environment, Himalaya Publishing House, New Delhi, Hyderabad. 3. Cherunilam, F. (2011). Business Environment: Text and Cases, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai 4. Mishra and Puri (2008). Indian Economy – Its Development Experience, Himalaya Publishing House, New Delhi, Bangalore. NOTE FOR THE PAPER SETTER The syllabus has been divided into three units.

Paper setter will set 3 questions from each unit and 1 compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus consisting of 5 short answer questions. Compulsory question will be placed at number one. Candidate shall be required to attempt 6 questions in all including compulsory question and selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. All questions carry equal marks. MBT422: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Maximum Marks: 100 External Marks: 60 Internal Marks: 40 Credit Units: 4 L| T| P| 3| 2| 0| Learning Outcome: On completion of the syllabi the student will be able to: Effectively communicate results from financial analysis to other interested parties with limited backgrounds in finance. * There will be a clear understanding of different areas of Financial Management related to Financial Planning, Organizing and Controlling. * Have understanding important financial concepts and analytical tools used in the financial decision making process in an efficient and informative manner that facilitates analyzing and interpreting financial research in an intuitive and economically meaningful fashion.

Unit – I Financial Management: An Overview Financial System: Assets, Markets, Intermediaries and Regulatory Framework Indian Financial System Capital Market and Money Market Concepts in Valuation: Time value of money, Present Values, IRR, Bond returns, Return from Stock Market Investments. Unit – II Working Capital Management, Receivables Management, Inventory Management, and Cash Management. EVA and MVA.

Leverage Capital Assets Pricing Theory (CAPM) and Arbitrage Theory. Lease financing Unit – III Capital Structure Theories of Capital Structure Dividend Policy Corporate Restructuring Capital Budgeting Text Books: 1. Chandra, Prasanna “Financial Management”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi. 2. James C Van Horne-Prentice-Hall,India, New Delhi. . Khan M. Y. ;amp; Jain P. K -Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi. 4. Pandey, I. M. “Financial Management”, Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi. Reference Books- 1. Kulkarni, P. V. “Financial Management”, Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay. 2. Maheswari S. N. “Principles of Financial Management”, Sultan Chand ;amp; Sons, New Delhi. NOTE FOR THE PAPER SETTER The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set 3 questions from each unit and 1 compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus consisting of 5 short answer questions. Compulsory question will be laced at number one. Candidate shall be required to attempt 6 questions in all including compulsory question and selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. All questions carry equal marks. MBT423: MARKETING FUNDAMENTALS Maximum Marks: 100 External Marks: 60 Internal Marks: 40 Credit Units: 4 L| T| P| 4| 0| 0| Learning Outcomes: On completion of the syllabus the student will: * Understand the basic Principles of Marketing and its application in current business scenario. * Become aware of Marketing Management Process, Research tools, Advertising fundamentals, etc. Have overview about new and contemporary developments in Marketing Management. UNIT-I Introduction: Marketing Concepts, Strategic Marketing, Marketing Management Process. Micro and Macro Marketing Environment. Ethics in Marketing Segmentation Targeting and Positioning: bases of market segmentation, target market and effective position the products. Consumer Behavior: demographic, geographic, lifestyle, geo-demographic and socioeconomic factors. Product Life Cycle UNIT-II Marketing Mix: Components of Product and Services Marketing Mix marketing strategy/tactics.

Product: Product Type, Product Line, Brand, brand building strategies, Packaging and Labeling. Pricing: objectives, methods, strategies, price bifurcation, and process Distribution channels: channels of distribution, types of Intermediaries Sales Force Management: Sales Planning, Forecasting, Sales Force Management. UNIT-III Promotion Mix: Advertising, Direct Marketing, Personal Selling, Sales Promotion, Integrated Market communications: Sales Promotion activities and methods used for communicating.

Customer Relationship Management: * Customer Relationship Management * Viral Marketing * Network Marketing * Social Media Marketing Marketing in India: marketing practices prevalent in Rural and Urban India and positioning/promoting/distributing products. Text Books: 1. Chhabra, T N and Grover S K, Marketing Management, Dhanpat Rai ;amp; Co. New Delhi. 2. Kotler Philip, Marketing Management, Prentice-Hall, India 3. Ramaswamy, Namakumari, Marketing Management, Macmillan India Reference Books- 1.

Keegan, Warren J, Sandra and Duncan, Marketing, Prentice Hall, New Delhi. 2. Kotler Philip and Keller Kevin Marketing Management, Pearson Education, India. 3. Saxena Rajan, Marketing Management, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi. NOTE FOR THE PAPER SETTER The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set 3 questions from each unit and 1 compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus consisting of 5 short answer questions. Compulsory question will be placed at number one. Candidate shall be required to attempt 6 questions in all including compulsory question and selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit.

All questions carry equal marks. MBT424: MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCES Maximum Marks: 100 External Marks: 60 Internal Marks: 40 Credit Units: 4 L| T| P| 4| 0| 0| Learning Outcome: The student will learn about: * Basic principles of Human Resource Management: How an organization acquires, rewards, motivates, uses, and generally manages its people effectively. * Practices and techniques for evaluating performance and performing the wide range of other people related duties of a manager in today’s increasingly complex workplace. Practical situations and problem solving regarding areas of employee counseling, discipline and termination. * The importance of maintaining fair and equitable compensation and benefit programs will be discussed. Unit-I Human Resource Management: Concept, Evolution and Challenges Brief Introduction to Strategic HRM. Personnel Policies. Job Analysis HR planning Recruitment and Selection Placement and Induction.

Human resource development Unit-II Training and development Career planning, career development and Succession Planning. Job design ;amp; Job evaluation. Performance Appraisal Promotion; Transfers; Demotions. Compensation Administration, wages ;amp; salary administration Managing Employee benefits, Managing work conditions such as health ;amp; safety, Employee welfare, social security. Unit-III.

Managing Employee Grievances: Meaning, Causes, Grievance handling procedure; Discipline (2hrs) Collective Bargaining, Workers Participation, and Employee Empowerment Trade Unions: Objectives, Functions Industrial Relations and Industrial disputes. Job stress, counseling; Quality of work life HRIS, HR Audit; Managing ethical issues in HRM; Implications for HRM ;amp; HRD; Contemporary issues in HRM; International HR practices; e-HR.

TEXT BOOKS: 1. Aswathappa, K. , Human Resource Management, Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi. 2. Dessler, G. , Human Resource Management, Prentice-Hall, Delhi. 3. Rao, V. S. P. , Human Resource Management: Text and cases, Excel Books, New Delhi. REFERENCE BOOKS: . 1. Decenzo A Davide ;amp; Robbins P Stephen, Personnel/Human Resource Management, Prentice-Hall, India 2. Ivancevich M John, Human Resource Management, TMH, Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi. 3. Mamoria, C. B. , Personnel Management, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai. NOTE FOR THE PAPER SETTER The syllabus has been divided into three units.

Paper setter will set 3 questions from each unit and 1 compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus consisting of 5 short answer questions. Compulsory question will be placed at number one. Candidate shall be required to attempt 6 questions in all including compulsory question and selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. All questions carry equal marks. MBT425: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Maximum Marks: 100 External Marks: 60 Internal Marks: 40 Credit Units: 4 L| T| P| 4| 0| 0| Learning Outcomes: At the conclusion of the course students should be able to: 1) develop understanding of Statistics as applicable to Business Management and its use and relevance in areas of research (2) Develop the skills to identify the appropriate statistical techniques for the analysis of data (3) Learn how to collect, analyze, present and interpret research data with the help of statistical Software SPSS, SAS OR STATGRAPHICS (4) Use various sampling techniques, research designs, data collection procedures, and methods of analyzing data. (5) Interpretation and Decision Making with the help of Statistics. Unit I

Introduction to Research: Definition, Objectives, Limitations, and Types. Research Process – an overview: Research Designs: Exploratory, Descriptive and Experimental designs: Randomized Block Design, Latin Square Design and Factorial Design, Basic Principles of Research Design. Sampling Design: Sampling design Concepts, types of sampling: Simple Random Sampling, Stratified Sampling, Systematic and Cluster Sampling, Area Sampling, Judgment Sampling, Quota Sampling, Snowball Sampling and their applicability, Criteria of Selecting a Sampling Procedure.

Unit II Tools ;amp; Techniques of Data Collection: Primary ;amp; Secondary. Classification ;amp; Tabulation of Data, Graphical Representation of Data. Designing of Questionnaire. Scales of Measurement: Nominal, Ordinal, Interval and Ratio. Types of Scales: Ranking and Rating Scales. Scaling Techniques: Likert, Thurston, Semantic Differential Scaling techniques and Scale Construction Techniques Unit III Hypothesis Testing: Hypothesis Formation, Significance level, One tailed Test and Two tailed test, degree of freedom and Errors in Hypothesis Testing.

Parametric Test: t-Test, F-test, Z-test, Chi-Square Test Analysis of Variance: ANOVA – 1 way and ANOVA – 2 way. Non-Parametric Tests: Sign Test, Wilcoxon Matched Pairs Test, Wilcoxon- Mann-Whitney Test (U-Test), will help the student to choose most suitable test for analysis. RECOMMENDED TEXT BOOKS 1. Beri, G. C. Business Statistics, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Ltd. , New Delhi, 2nd Edition. 2. Donald R. Cooper ;amp; Pamela S. Schindler, Business Research Methods, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co.

Ltd. , New Delhi, 9th Edition. 3. Gupta S. C, (2010) “Fundamentals of Statistics”, , 6th Ed. HPH, Mumbai. 4. Gupta S. P, (2002) Statistical Methods, Sultan Chand ;amp; Sons, New Delhi. 5. Sharma, (2005), J. K. Business Statistics, Pearson Education, New Delhi, 3rd Reprint. NOTE FOR THE PAPER SETTER The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set 3 questions from each unit and 1 compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus consisting of 5 short answer questions. Compulsory question will be placed at number one.

Candidate shall be required to attempt 6 questions in all including compulsory question and selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. All questions carry equal marks. MBT426: PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Maximum Marks: 100 External Marks: 60 Internal Marks: 40 Credit Units: 4 L| T| P| 4| 0| 0| Learning Outcome: The students will be able to have: * Knowledge and skills of Operations Management for improving organizational performance under Global environment. * Comprehension of the Manufacturing Resource Planning concept and how to apply Manufacturing

Resource Planning techniques and principles. * An understanding of Industrial applications of Operations Management Principles. * Competency in application of various statistical and mathematical techniques in an Organization and how to construct Operations strategy to get Competitive advantage. * Awareness about techniques and principles under Production and Inventory Management. Unit-I Concept of Operations Management and Its Various Functions. Types and Characteristics of Manufacturing Systems under Operations Management. Stages and operations performed under Life Cycle of Product Planning and Design.

Product Development Techniques, Demand Forecasting: Forecasting Methods and forecasting Errors. Plant Location: Importance, Factors, Location Analysis Techniques. Plant layout: Objectives, Advantages, Layout Models ;amp; Techniques Unit-II Assembly Line Balancing Procedure. Concept of Capacity Planning and factors affecting Capacity Planning Decision. Material Requirement Planning Process and the advantages and disadvantages associated with MRP. Concepts of Scheduling Jobs on Machines, Control of Schedules and how Scheduling is done in Services.

Application of OR techniques in Operations Management: Transportation, Assignment and Sequencing. Unit-III Introduction to Statistical Quality Control: Process Charts ;amp; Acceptance Sampling, PERT ;amp; CPM, various Crashing Techniques, Resource Analysis and Allocation. Inventory Management and its objectives and functions. They should be made competent to learn and use Inventory Planning and Control. Areas for Inventory Management and Control, Classification of Inventories, factors affecting Inventory Control Policies, Inventory Cost.

Inventory Control Models: EOQ (with and without shortages), EOQ under fluctuating Demand, EOQ with Quantity Discount, Fixed Order Cycle (FOC), Fixed Order Quantity (FOQ). Text Books: 1. K Aswathapa, K Sridhara Bhat; Production and Operations Management. Himalya Publication House, Mumbai. 2. Chase, Jacobs, Aquilano ;amp; Aggarwal; Operations Management; Tata McGraw Hill; 11th edition, New Delhi. 3. John O. McClain and L. Joseph Thomas , Operations Management ,Prentice Hall of India , New Delhi ,2nd Revised Edition. 4. Elwood S. Buffa, Modern Production and /Operations Management, Wiley Series ,8TH Edition,New Delhi.

Reference Books: 1. Everette E Adam and Ronald J Ebert . Prentice Hall of India . New Delhi. 2004. 5th Edition. 2. Lee J Krajweski and Larry P Ritzman . Person Education . Delhi 2002. 6th Edition. 3. Richard B Chase, Nicholas J A quilano , and F Robert Jacobs . Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi. Edition. 2004. NOTE FOR THE PAPER SETTER The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set 3 questions from each unit and 1 compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus consisting of 5 short answer questions. Compulsory question will be placed at number one.

Candidate shall be required to attempt 6 questions in all including compulsory question and selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. All questions carry equal marks. MBT427: CORPORATE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT Maximum Marks: 100 External Marks: 60 Internal Marks: 40 Credit Units: 4 L| T| P| 4| 0| 0| Learning Outcomes: On completion of the syllabi the student will: * Understand the basic Principles of Indian corporate law – and its application in modern day business. * The student will acquaint himself/ herself with Legal Process, negotiable instruments, calculation of TDS and Advance Tax. Student will also get overview about new and contemporary developments in Indian Corporate Law. Unit-I Law of Contract: Definition and types , offer and Acceptance, Consideration, Capacity of parties, Free Consent, Legality of Object, Performance and Discharge of Contract and Remedies for Breach of Contract. Introduction to the concept of agency, different types of mercantile agents and Bailment and Pledge. Negotiable Instrument: Bills of Exchange, Promissory Note, Cheque and Rules Regarding the Crossing of Cheques. Dishonor of cheques and liability of banker and drawer.

Unit II Company law: Characteristic of Company, distinction between company and partnership. Kinds and Formation of Company. Memorandum of Association, Article of Association, Doctrines of Ultra Vires. Share capital, Types of Shares. Provision with respect to appointment and removal of Director, Meeting, Winding Up. Unit III Corporate Taxation: MAT provisions. Introduction to TDS and payment of Advance Tax. Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements. Concepts of tax planning, tax evasion ;amp; tax avoidance; importance ;amp; scope of tax planning.

Tax planning with respect to: Ownership pattern, Location of Business, Nature of Business and Dividend policy. Managerial decisions like make or buy, own or lease, close or continue, export or local sales, replace or repair. Recommended Text Books: 1. Ahuja Girish ;amp; Ravi, Corporate Tax Planning, Bharat Law House, New Delhi. 2. Garg, Chawla, Sareen, Mercantile Law, Kalyani Publication, New Delhi. 3. Kapoor N. D, Elements of Mercantile Law, Himalyan Publishing House, Mumbai. Reference Books: 1. Pathak Akhileshwar, Legal Aspects of Business, Tata McGraw Hill Publication, New Delhi. . Singhania V. K. ;amp; Singhania Monika, Corporate Tax Planning and Business Tax Procedures, Taxmann, New Dehli. NOTE FOR THE PAPER SETTER The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set 3 questions from each unit and 1 compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus consisting of 5 short answer questions. Compulsory question will be placed at number one. Candidate shall be required to attempt 6 questions in all including compulsory question and selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. All questions carry equal marks.