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Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan.

Faculty of Management Syllabus For Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A. Program)

Choice Based Credit System


Effective From JUNE -2011
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Objective:
The objective of the course is prepare young persons for junior executive/ Middle level managers for the positions in various industrial, commercial, profit making and non-profit organizations.

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A candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) must have passed The Higher Secondary (12Th Standard School Certificate Examination of the Gujarat Secondary Education

Board or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto) and will be required to pass all Six
semester of B.B.A. program (For the Degree of Bachelor of Business Administration)

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The medium of instructions shall be English for the Bachelor of Business Administration Program.

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The Time period of this course will be of three years divided into SlX semesters. This will be full time course and candidate admitted to this course will not be allowed to join any other course simultaneously.

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(a) Students will be required to earn stipulated credit per course per semester for obtaining BBA degree as shown below;

Semester BBA

I 24

II 24

III 24

IV 24

V 24

VI 24

Total Credit 144

(b) The credit for each course in the semester will be 4 credit and the credit per course are determined as number of hours required teaching a course in a week., i. e. One credit equivalent to one hour of study Theory and Two hours of study for Practical/ Laboratory

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which include seminar project/ case study, book review, article review, company visit, problem solving etc. for minimum 15 weeks in a semester. (C) The work load of the faculty shall be determined considering the total number of hours of the study on weekly basis.
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The candidate admitted to First semester B.B.A. will be eligible to appear at the university examination provided that he / she fulfills the conditions of minimum attendance as laid down in Ordinance of the Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University (HNGU).

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The choice based credit system (CBCS) is student centric not only in the teaching-learning processes but also in their evaluation process. The first part of the evaluation system consist of Comprehensive Continuous Assessment and the second part consists of the Semester end examination. For the purpose of deciding final results at the semester examination, the ratio between Internal Assessment and university examination shall be 30: 70.

5.1

The frame work of continuous comprehensive assessment is given below;

Component

Mode of evaluation

Weightage

1 2 3 4

Assignment & Presentations MCQ Test Mid-Semester Examination End-Semester/University Examination

10% 10% 10% 70%

5.2

End-Semester Examination During the 18Th to 20Th week of the Semester, a End-semester/ University examination shall be conducted. The duration of the semester end examination shall be 3 hours per course.

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5.3

Practical Examination Practical examination (wherever applicable) shall be conducted at the end of every semester. The examination shall be conducted as per norms decided by the concerned authority of the university. Dean of Faculty shall announce policy for the practical examination in advance. There shall be no internal assessment test for practical/laboratory work.

5.4

Project/Dissertation Work
The Project Work and the Supervisor shall be assigned to the student by the concerned college well in advance, and viva examination shall be organized as per norms decided by the concerned authority of the University.

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Student shall study courses of BBA Program as per the following structure at each semester and obtain credit accordingly. No. of Courses of No. of credit Study 1. Foundation Courses 2. Core courses 3. Electives 1 course 4 courses 1 Courses Theory + Practical 4 per course 4 per course 4 per course 4 16 4 24 Total Credits

Total credit per semester is 24 and 144 credit for six semesters.

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Student shall study courses of BBA Program at each semester and obtain marks accordingly as follows. No. of Courses of Marks per course Study 1. Foundation Courses 2. Core courses 3. Electives 1 course 4 courses 1 Courses 100 100 100 100 400 100 600 Marks Total Marks

Total Marks 600 per semester

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O. B. B. A. -7.1 :

The followings are the courses to be offered to students by affiliated college/ Institutions from June-2011.

Courses of Study: B. B. A. Program. (Under Choice Based Credit System: CBCS) Semester: I Semester-II
Business Communication: I Foundation Course Principles of Management Core Courses (Compulsory ) Management Theory & Practice Macro Economics Principles of Accounting Corporate Accounting-I Micro Economics Business Statistics-I Business Mathematics: I Business Communication: II

Electives (Any One)

Management for MSMEs

Environmental Studies

Forms of business Organization

IT Tools and Applications

O. B. B. A. -8: Standard of Passing

To pass the semester examination, candidate must obtain (a) At least 40% marks in the End-Semester/ University Examination and (b) At least 40% marks in the internal examination in each paper.

O. B. B. A. -9: Award of Grades:

9.1 Credit:

Credit means the unit by which the course work is measured, In these Regulations
one credit means one hour of teaching work or two hours of practical work per week.

9.2 Grade Letter:

It is an index showing the performance of the students in a particular course ( Paper). It is transformation of the marks obtained by the students in each

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course in to grade letter. The grade letters are O, A, B, C, D, E and F. There is a range of marks for each grade letter.

9.3 Grade point.

It is weightage allotted to each grade letter depending on the marks awarded in a course or paper. The details are given below;

Grade Point

Lower Limit

Upper Limit

Range of Marks for grade point

Grade Letters

Lowest: 4

< 30

39.999

30 > = p < 40

F Fail/Dropped

5 6 7 8 9 Highest: 10

40 50 60 70 80 90

49.999 59.999 69.999 79.999 89.999 100

40 > = p < 50 50 > = p < 60 60 > = p < 70 70 > = p < 80 80 > = p < 90 90 > = p < 100

E D C B A O

The Semester end grade point average (SGPA) and the course-end cumulative grade Point averages (CGPA) are calculated as follows;

Credit Point = Credit in the course * Grade secured in the course

SGPA =

Sum of all credit point secured by the student in a semester Sum of the credit assigned to the course in semester.

CGPA =

Sum of the credit points secures in all semesters Sum of the credit of the all semester

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Percentage equivalence shall be obtained by multiplying CGPA with 10.

The descriptive gradation shall be based on the scales given in the following table;

CGPA 7.5 <= CGPA <= 10 6 <= CGPA < 7.5 5 <= CGPA < 4 4 <= CGPA < 5

% Equivalence CGPA * 10 CGPA * 10 CGPA * 10 CGPA * 10

Descriptive Gradation Distinction First Class Second Class Pass Class

Hypothetical Example: Suppose student gets following marks in the various subjects in the first semester.

Subjects Marks 1 2 3 4 5 6 45 55 68 74 82 93

Grade E D C B A 0

Grade Point 5 6 7 8 9 10

Credit Point 5* 4-Credit = 20 6* 4-Credit = 24 7* 4-Credit = 28 8* 4- Credit = 32 9* 4- Credit = 36 10* 4 = 40 180 Credit Point

Total Credit Point

SGPA = 180/ 24 Credit per semester = 7.500

Percentage of Semester = SGPA* 10 = 7.500* 10 = 75%

In the same way SGPA for all six semesters are calculated.

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The CGPA at the end of the program (In last semesters mark sheet) is calculated based on credit points obtained is all semesters are as follows;

Semester I II III IV V VI Total

Credit Point 180 164 158 140 175 130 947

CGPA = 947 Credit points of all semesters / 144 Credit of the course = 6.576 Percentage of the course = 6.576 *10 = 65.76 % - First Class

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10.1

The standard of passing will be minimum 40% marks in each course, so the student must obtain 40% marks in both internal as well as external examination. Internal Examination: 12 marks out of 30 and External Examination: 28 marks out of 70

10.2

A student can get admission in semester-III , only after successful completion of all the courses of semester-I

10.3

A student can get admission in semester-IV, only after successful completion of all the courses of semester-II.

10.4

A student can get admission in semester-V, only after successful completion of all the courses of semester-III.

10.5

A student can get admission in semester-VI, only after successful completion of all the courses of semester-IV.

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Semester: I
FC: 101: Business Communication: I (Foundation Course)
Theory: Credit: 3 ( 70% ) Practical: Credit: 1 (30%)
Unit I Topics Covered under unit Grammar: Tense, Voice and Modals Vocabulary: Phrasal Verbs, Synonyms, Antonyms, Idioms, Commercial Terms (Business jargons). II communication Theory : Process of Communication Characteristics of Business Communication Importance of Business Communication III Business Communications : a. Format and Layouts of business letters b. Letter writings for followings; Enquiries and Replies, Placing of orders, Execution of orders, denying of orders/ offers. IV Practical Examination: Reading Comprehension ( 25%) Group discussion and individual speaking (25%) Listening (25%) Cassette (BBC): Keep up of English ( 1 to 10 ) Journal Writing ( Review of at least one short story/Biography of business leaders and two articles form the leading business news papers). (25%) Reference Books: 1. Business Communication by M.K. Sehgal, Excel Books, New Delhi 2. Practice English Grammar By A. J. Thomson & A. V. Matrinet 3. Modern Business Letters By L. Garteside (ELBS) 4. Principles and Practice of Business Communication By Phoda A. Doctor & Aspi H. Doctor. (A. R. Shetha & Co. Bombay) 5. Business Communication By U. S. Rai & M. S. Rai, (Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay) 6. Business Communication- By R. K. Madhukar, (Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., Noida) BBA-CBCS-JUNE:2011 25% 25% 25% 25% Wt.

Total Marks: 100

CC: 101: Principles of Management (Core Course)


Theory: Credit: 4
Unit I Topics Covered under unit NATURE AND SCOPE OF MANAGEMENT Meaning, Significance and objectives, Management as a process, Management as a professional instead of professional, Evolution of Management theory: a brief idea. Schools of management Thoughts. Scientific management School. System and Contingency school, Management Process school, Human Behavior school and Empirical school of Professionalisation of management in India. II
PLANNING AND DECISION MAKING

Total Marks: 100


Wt.

20%

Meaning, nature, planning premises and constrains; Planning process; typology of plants; Forecasting meaning and significance;, M.B.O.- significance and process; Decision Making :- Decision making process. III
ORGANIZING

20%

IV

Definition; process; principles; Departmentation; Delegation of authority; centralization and decentralization. Informal organization; Organization chart; Types of Organization: Line functional. line and staff and committee. Hierarchy of Organization. STAFFING AND DIRECTING: Staffing: Introduction -Definition -Importance -Brief Idea of Main Staffing functions; Directing -Introduction -Definition Directing and Coordination Importance ~ Brief Idea of Directing Tools (Definitions and Features of Leadership, Motivation. Communication and Supervision) -: Communication Process and Barriers in Communication

20%

20%

CONTROLLING Introduction -Definition -Controlling Process -Importance of Controlling -Brief idea ofControUing Techniques -Ideal Controlling System 20%

Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. L. M. Prasad: Principles and Practice of Managemenl, Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi. Dr. C. B. Gupta: Business Management, Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi. Rao V.S.P. and Krishna v. Hari. Management Text & Cases, Excel Books, New Delhi.

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CC: 102: Principles of Accounting (Core Course)


Theory: Credit: 4
Unit I Topics Covered under unit CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK: Meaning and objectives of accounting- Business transactions, , classifications of accounts, Rules for Debit & Credit difference between capital and revenue expenditure. - Basic accounting terms: assets, liabilities, capital, expenses, debtors, creditors, goods, cost, gain, stock, purchase, sale, loss, profit, voucher, discount, transaction, drawings, depreciation, reserve & provisions. ACCOUNTING CYCLE : Introduction of journal, various and ledger - Examples related only to recording the transaction into journal, posting into ledger, balancing. ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES AND DEPRECIATION ; Accounting concepts- Accounting conventions (Theory Only)Depreciation, examples on fixed installment Method, Diminishing Balance Method. PREPARATION OF FINAL ACCOUNTS Trial Balance - Trading account, profit and loss account and balance sheet of sole proprietor. V SUBSIDIARY BOOKS Purchase book- Sales Book Purchase Return Book, Sales Return Book- Bills Receivables Book Bills Payable Book Triple Column Cash Book with discount, cash and bank column.

Total Marks: 100


Wt.

20%

II

20%

III

20%

IV

20%

20%

Reference Books: 1. Introduction to Accountancy-by Dr. S.N. Maheshwari, Dr. S. K. Maheshwari, Sharad K. Maheshwari (Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi) 2. 3. 4. 5. Financial Accounting. By Narayan Swamy (Prentice Hall India., New Delhi) Financial Accounting. By Ashish Bhattacharya ( Prentice Hail India. New Delhi) Financial Accounting-by P.c. Tulsian (Tata McGraw Hill Publishing CO"New Delhi) Principles and Practice of Accountancy B. S. Shah Prakashan.

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CC: 103: Micro Economics (Core Course)


Theory: Credit: 4
Unit I Topics Covered under unit NATURE AND SCOPE OF ECONOMICS : Nature of Economics and subject matter of Economics Micro and macro economics, Robbins definition. Basic concepts: Good, Utility, Price & value, Wealth and welfare, Equilibrium, Consumption, production, Consumer's surplus, Std. of living, Capital Entrepreneur (Mgt). DEMAND & SUPPLY Meaning of demand - Demand Determinants, the law of demand- change in demand - meaning of supply, Determination of supply- the law of supply- change in Supply, Equilibrium price interaction of demand and supply. Time element in the theory of price. COST & REVENUES, FACTOR PRICING: Basic cost concepts Total cost, fixed cost, variable cost, average cost, and marginal cost in short run and long run, theory behavior, and relationship- Economies and diseconomies of scale Concept of factors of production, The Marginal Productivity theory of Distribution under perfect competition and imperfect competition. Micro economics-by S. K.Agarwala Excel Books, New DeihL Principles of eoonomics by P,M.Bhutani-Taxman's Micro-economics by D.M.Mithani (Himalaya publishing company) Dwivedi D. N., Micro Economic : Theory and Applications. Sundaram K. P. M., Elements of Economic Theory ( Sultanchand & Company, New Delhi) .

Total Marks: 100


Wt.

25%

II

25%

III

25%

IV

25%

Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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CC: 104: Business Mathematics-I (Core Course)


Theory: Credit: 4
Unit I Topics Covered under unit SET THEORY Sets, types of sets, subject, power set, null set, universal set, equality of two sets, complement of a set, union and intersection of sets, different of two sets, Venn diagram law of algebra of sets, De Morgan Laws, Cartesian product of two sets and number of elements in a finite set. REAL NUMBER SYSTEM Definition of Natural numbers, Integers, Relation numbers & irrational numbers, Real numbers- absolute value and its properties. FUNCTION : Concepts of a function, domain, co-domain and range of a function, constant functions, real functions, different functions and their graphs - linear function, quadratic function, polynomial function, rational function, exponential function and logarithmic function, function in economic theory (demand, supply, consumption, revenue and cost function) equilibrium price. II DETERMINANT AND MATRIX Meaning of matrix and types of matrices- Null matrix, square matrix. identity matrix, symmetric matrix and skew symmetric matrix, transpose of a matrix, orthogonal matrix, addition, subtraction and multiplication of matrices, determinants and their basic properties (without proof), singular and non singular matrices, inverse of a matrix, ad joint of a matrix, solution of simultaneous equations (for two and three variables only) using inverse of matrix. CO-ORDINATE GEOMETRY Co-ordinate of points, slope and intercepts of a straight line, equation of a straight line, different forms of equations of a straight line - (1) y-y1 / y1-y2= x-x1 / x1-x2. (2) y-y1=m(xx1). (3) y=mx + c (4) x/a + y/b= 1. General equation of a straight line, concurrent lines, angle between two straight lines, distance between two points area of a triangle and quadrilateral, collinearly of three points.

Total Marks: 100


Wt.

30%

20%

III

30%

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IV

LIMIT Limit as a function, limit of sum, product and quotient of two functions and their uses in evaluating limits, use of the
n x n n 1/n

20%

standard forms (without proof) :Lim (1 + 1/n) , Lim (1 + n) , Lim a -1/x and Lim x -a /x-a n--->0 n--->0 x--->0 x--->a

Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. Business Mathematics, V. K. Kapoor, Sultan chand and sons, New Delhi. Business Mathematics, Allen R. G. D., Pitamber publication house. Quantitative Techniques in Management, Vohra N. D., Tata MacGraw Hill Publishing Company, New Delhi. 4. 5. Elements of Business Mathematics by Soni, Sharma and Saxena (Pitamber Publication) Mathematics for Management and Computer Applications, Sharma J. K. , Galgotia Private Limited, New Delhi.

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EC: 101: Management for MSMEs (Elective Course)


Theory: Credit: 4
Unit I Topics Covered under unit MMSEs in India: Concept of entrepreneur and entrepreneurship Quality and characteristics of entrepreneur- Over view and history of entrepreneurship Definition, overview and history of SMEs in India Performance and role Production, employment & Export opportunities in MSMEs- Steps involved in setting up MSMEs. Programmes, Schemes and Services: Schemes implemented by the ministries- Schemes under five year plan Micro and small enterprise cluster development program Credit linked capital subsidy scheme for technology up gradation, Credit guarantee scheme, Assistance to entrepreneurship envelopment institutes Special Schemes to Backward area Schemes on trade related entrepreneurship assistance and development (TREAD) women Promotional schemes for women. MSMEs Policies: Central government policies- SME and export promotion policy -Development act, 2006 Emerging trends and Institutions Supporting MSME: Overview of WTO, IPR, INMSE (International SME networkBar coding. Dynamics of Entrepreneurship development, Vasant Desai. Entrepreneurship development in India, C. B. Gupta and N P Srinivasan. Entrepreneurship development, S. S . Khanka. Entrepreneurship and small business Management, C B Gupta and S S Khanka. Small business and Entrepreneurship, Paul Burns and Dewhunt.

Total Marks: 100


Wt.

30%

II

40%

III

15%

IV

15%

Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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EC: 102: Forms of Business Organization (Elective Course)


Theory: Credit: 4
Unit I Topics Covered under unit Nature and scope of Business - Meaning, Understanding and objectives of Business, Industry and Commerce. - Branches of Business.-- Importance of Business, Industry and Commerce Forms of Business Organization Sole proprietorship, partnership, joint stock company, Cooperative Society and public Enterprises. :- - Meaning, Features, Formation and Merits / Demerits of above. II Company Formation The procedure with emphasis on Memorandum of Association, Articles of Association, and Prospectus :- Conversion of Private Ltd. Co. - Doctrine of Indoor management. Company Management : Director, managing Director, company Secretary : Position, qualification - Appointment Remuneration- Powers- Duties Responsibilities.-Managing Directors, company Secretary : position, qualification, appointment, rights, duties and Responsibilities. Company Meetings : Types and Procedure Equity shareholders : Statutory General meeting, Annual General Meeting Extra ordinary General meeting. Preference shareholders. Creditors : Debenture holders; Creditors. Meeting of Board of Directors. Minutes of the Annual General meeting. Share Capital Share, stocks and Debenture; classification of shares and share capital and debentures, share Coupon, calls on shares, Forfeiture of shares, surrender of shares Transfer and Transmission of shares.

Total Marks: 100


Wt.

25%

30%

III

25%

IV

20%

Reference Books:
1. 2. 3. 4. Fundamentals of Business Organization. By Y. K. Bhushan, (Sultan Chand and Sons.) Modem Business Organization and Management. By S. A. Sharlekar. Indian Economy. By A. N. Ag(8wal. The Essence of Merger and Acquisition, By p, S. Sudarshan.

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Semester: II
FC: 201 : Business Communication: II (Foundation Course)
Theory: Credit: 3 ( 70% ) Practical: Credit: 1 (30%)
Unit I II Topics Covered under unit Sales promotion letter, promotional emails Precise writing, Reading Comprehension Theory Of Communication: Types Of Communication Objective Of Communication Obstacles Of Communication Report Writing: 1. Individual reportEmployee satisfaction report Report for Starting of new branch Report on product performance in the market. 2. Committee Report with note of dissent: Feasibility report, Employees grievances report. Wt. 25% 25%

Total Marks: 100

III

25%

Practical Aspects of Communication Group Discussion & Personal Interview (25%) Listening CDs of level II (25% ) Reading Skill (25% ) Noting down the reading of the Examiner (25% ) Recorded Materials Recommended: 1. Keep up Your English B B C. (Audio) 2. Choosing your English. BBC 3. Language of Business BBC 4. Getting on in English BBC IV Reference Books: 1. Business communication by MKSehgal & V. Khetarpal, excel books, New Delhi 2. Communication skills by Dr. N. Rao & Dr. R. P. Das

25%

3. Principles and Practice of Business Communication By Phoda A. Doctor & Aspi H. Doctor. (A. R. Shetha & Co. Bombay) 4. Business Communication By U. S. Rai & M. S. Rai, (Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay) 5. Pal and Suri, Essential of Business Communication. S. Chand

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CC: 201: Management Theory & Practice (Core Course)


Theory: Credit: 4 ( 100 % )
Unit I Topics Covered under unit Management organization Levels of management (Top, Middle and lower), Social responsibility of business, administration and management, Henry Fayals contribution (14- principles of management). Emerging issues in management Professionalization of Management in India: Meaning ~ Reasons for Professionalization -Challenges against professional Management in India; Creativity and Innovation Meaning of Creativity and Innovation -Role of Creativity Managerial Efforts; Japanese and American Management -Key differences; Management Information System -Concept and Importance; Introduction to functional management Introduction to Functional Management; Production Management -Concept and Functions; Marketing Management -Concept and Key Decision Areas, Financial Management Concept and Key decisions Motivation and leadership theories Motivation Theories -Introduction -Maslow's Need Hierarchy Hertzberg's Two Factor theories -Theory X and Theory y~ Leadership Theories -Trait Theory Managerial Grid by Blake and Mouton -Fiedler's Contingency Theory

Total Marks: 100


Wt. 20%

II

20%

III

20%

IV

20%

Introduction to strategic management Introduction to Strategic Management-Definition -Features Difference between operating Management and Strategic Management -Strategic Planning Formulation Process -SWOT Analysis -Brief Idea of Strategy Implementation -Seven S Model.

20%

Reference Books:
1. Rao V.S.P. and Krishna V, Hari, Management Text & Cases, Excel Books, New Delhi. 2. L. M. Prasad: Principles and Practice of Management, Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi 3. Dr. C. B. Gupta: Business Management, Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi, 4. David Fred R: Strategic Management, Prenlice Hall, New Delhi.

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CC: 202: Macro Economics (Core Course)


Theory: Credit: 4 ( 100% )
Unit I Topics Covered under unit Macro economics & National income :Nature, scope and subject matter of macroeconomics, Concept and definition of National Income, circular flow of income concept of GDP ,GNP & NNP-Methods of Measurement/estimation of National Income & Difficulties in measuring N.I. , significance of national income. Concepts of personal Income Disposable Income Real income - Per Capital Income. Theory of Income & Employment Classical theories of employment Keynesian macroeconomic theory of employment: Consumption function Investment function Propensity to consume and save Aggregate demand and aggregate supply and level of prices principle of effective demand Equilibrium of saving and investment Investment multiplier, Types, effect and control of Inflation and deflation. philips curve Theory of money & interest a. Money: Definitions of Money Functions of Money Value of money The quantity theory of money Fishers & cambridge cash balance equations their comparison and criticism components of money supply concepts of M1, M2,M3 & M4. b. Theories of Interest rate: Classical theory Loanable funds theory Liquidity preference theory and its motives. Banking Functions of commercial banks credit creation Leakage and limitations of credit creation Functions of central Bank - weapons of credit control Quantitative and Qualitative methods Business cycle Concept of business cycle phases of business cycle characteristics of phases of business cycles.

Total Marks: 100


Wt. 25 %

II

25%

III

25%

IV

15%

10%

Reference Books: 1. Macro economics by D.M.Mithani , Himalaya publication 2. Macro Economics by R. Cauvery (S.Chand Publication.) 3. Ahuja H.L. Macro Economics: Theory and Policy, S. Chand & Co. Ltd. New Delhi.2006 4. Shapiro E. Macro Economic Analysis, Galgotia Publications, New Delhi. 1996 5thEd. 5. D. N. Dwivedi Macro Economics Tata McGrew Hill, New Delhi-2006 BBA-CBCS-JUNE:2011

CC: 203: Corporate Accounting: I (Core Course)


Theory: Credit: 4 ( 100% )
Unit I Topics Covered under unit Shares and Share capital Meaning of share and share capital; Types of shares ; Types of share capital; Depository system- meaning, Merits and demerits ; Difference between reserve capital and capital reserve; Meaning of over subscription and under subscription; Calls in advance and calls in arrears; Issue of shares at par, premium and discount; Provisions in act for premium and discount; Forfeiture of shares; Example on Issues, Forfeiture and Re-issues of shares excluding Pro-rata allotment. (Entries in the journal and balance sheet effect). II Issue of Bonus Shares Meaning; Reasons for issue of bonus shares; Methods of giving bonus; Legal provisions; SEBI guidelines for issue of bonus shares-2000. Example on issue of bonus shares and making partly paid shares fully paid (Entries in the journal and balance sheet effect). III Splitting of Shares Meaning of alteration of share capital; Conditions for the alteration of share capital; Methods of altering share capital; Alteration in the form of share capital; Diminution of capital. Examples on alteration in the form of share capital. IV Final Accounts of Companies A. Basic Terms: (20%) Dividend; Proposed Dividend; Interim dividend; Unclaimed dividend; Dividend equalization fund; Less tax dividend; Provisions and reserve; General reserve; Contingency reserve; Debenture redemption fund. 40% 15% 20% 25 %

Total Marks: 100


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B. Preparation of Final accounts in horizontal form (20%) Adjustment; Valuation of stock; Depreciation; Pre-paid expenses; Pre-received income, Interest on debenture; Provisions and reserve; Dividend; Contingent liability. Reference Books: 1. Advanced Accountancy, Volume-2, By S. N. Maheshwari ( Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi.) 2. Corporate Accounting - By Dr. V. K. Goyal ( Excel Books, New Delhi.) 3. Principles & Practice of Accountancy R. L. Gupta & V. K. Gupta (Sultan Chand and Sons, New Delhi). 4. Corporate Accounting-I, By S. Anil Kumar, V. Rajesh Kumar, B. Mariyappa.(Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai).

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CC: 204: Business Statistics: I (Core Course)


Theory: Credit: 4 ( 100% )
Unit I Topics Covered under unit Introduction of Statistics : Meaning and Definitions of Statistics, the Nature of a Statistical Study, Importance of Statistics in Business, Limitations of Statistics, Types of data collection methods, Types of classification data , Types of frequency distribution, Types of class intervals, Types of diagrams and their importance. II Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion Introduction; Types of measure of central tendency: Mean, Median and Mode; Harmonic mean; Geometric mean, Their merits and demerits, Practical problems. Types of measures of dispersion: Range, Coefficient of range, Quartile deviations, Standard deviation, Variance. III Correlation Definition of Correlation, Types of Correlation, Scatter Diagram Method, Karl Persons Correlation Coefficients, Rank Correlation Coefficients, Correlation Coefficients for Bivariate frequency distribution, Probable error for Correlation Coefficients. Regression Definition of Regression, Regression lines, Regression Coefficients, Properties of regression Coefficients, Fitting of regression lines and estimation for Bi-variate frequency distribution. Multiple Regression and Correlation Analysis Introduction, Multiple Regression, Standard Error of Estimate, Partial and Multiple Correlation, Multiple Correlation, Advantages and Limitations on Multiple Correlation Analysis. 20% 20% 20% 20%

Total Marks: 100


Wt.

IV

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Index Numbers Introduction and meaning of index number, Their usages, Fixed base and chain base method, Methods of construction index number: Laspayers, Paashes, Fishers, Bowley, Marshall, Edgeworth Index number, Time reversal and factor reversal teats. Time Series Analysis and Forecasting Methods Time Series analysis components of time series & methods of estimation of trend seasonal components by moving averages, Linear Trend, Non-Linear Trend, Measurement of Seasonal Variation, and Forecasting. Linear Trend, Non-Linear Trend, Measurement of Seasonal Variation, and Forecasting. Reference Books: 1. 2. Practical Business Statistics Frederick F. Croxton & Dudley Asia publishing House, Ps. 20. Modern Business Statistics John B. Freund & Frank, J. Williams, Modern Asia Edition (Prentice Hall Inc. Charles E. Tuttles) 3. Statistics : Methods & Analysis, Lincol L. Chao, McGraw-Hill Book Co. (international Student Edition) S. 5.20. 4. Statistics Analysis for business Decision, William A. Supurr & Charles P. Bonini Richard D. Triwin Inc. Home wood, illunoise S..9.95. 5. 6. Wheldon's Business statistics and Statistics Method G.L. Thrikettle Macdonald & Evansm Ltd. Statistics for Economic and Business, Donald W. Paden E.F. Lindquist, McGraw-Hill Book Co, India. S. 2-15. 7. Executive Decisions thought O.R. Wagner T.M.

20%

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EC: 201: Environmental Studies (Elective Course)


Theory: Credit: 4 (100% )
Unit I Topics Covered under unit The Multidisciplinary Nature of Environmental Studies: Definition, scope and importance, Need for public awareness Natural Resources: Renewable and Non-renewable Resources: Natural resources and associated problems, Forest resources: Use and over-exploitation, deforestation, Timber extraction, mining, dams and their effects on forests and tribal people Water resources: Use and over-utilization of surface and ground water, floods, drought, conflicts over water, damsbenefits and problems. Mineral resources: Use and exploitation, environmental effects of extracting and using mineral resources, Food resources: World food problems, changes caused by agriculture and overgrazing, effects of modern agriculture, fertilizer-pesticide problems, water logging, salinity Energy resources: Growing energy needs, renewable and nonrenewable energy sources, use of alternate energy sources. Land resources: Land as a resource, land degradation, man induced landslides, soil erosion and desertification Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources, Equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyles. II Ecosystems Concept of an ecosystem, Structure and function of an ecosystem. Producers, consumers and decomposers, Energy flow in the ecosystem, Ecological succession, Food chains, food webs and ecological pyramids, Introduction, types, characteristic features, structure and function of the following ecosystem: (a) Forest ecosystem (b) Grassland ecosystem (c) Desert ecosystem (d) Aquatic ecosystems (ponds, streams, lakes, rivers, oceans)

Total Marks: 100


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Biodiversity and Its Conservation : Introduction, definition: genetic, species and ecosystem diversity. Bio-geographical classification of India., Value of biodiversity: consumptive use, productive use, social, ethical, aesthetic and option Values, Biodiversity at global, National and local levels, India as a mega-diversity nation. Hot-spots of biodiversity, Threats to biodiversity: habitat loss, poaching of wildlife, man-wildlife conflicts, Endangered and endemic species of India, Conservation of biodiversity: in-situ and ex-situ conservation of biodiversity. Environmental Pollution: Definition, Causes, effects and control measures of (a) Air pollution (b) Water pollution (c) Soil pollution (d) Marine pollution (e) Noise pollution (f) Thermal pollution (g) Nuclear hazards Solid waste management: Causes, effects and control measures of urban and industrial wastes, Role of an individual in prevention of pollution, Pollution case studies, Disaster management: Foods, earthquake, cyclone and landslides Social Issues and the Environment : From unsustainable to sustainable development, Urban problems related to energy, Water conservation, rain water harvesting, watershed management, Resettlement and rehabilitation of people; its problems and concerns, Environmental ethics: Issues and possible solutions, Climate change, global warming, acid rain, ozone layer depletion, nuclear accidents and holocaust, Wasteland reclamation. Consumerism and waste products, Environment Protection Act., Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act., Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act., Wildlife Protection Act., Forest Conservation Act., Issues involved in enforcement of environmental legislation, Public awareness.

20%

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Human Population and the Environment : Population growth, variation among nations., Population explosion Family Welfare Programme., Environment and human health., Human rights, Value education, HIV/AIDS., Women and Child Welfare, Role of Information Technology in environment and human health.

15%

Reference Books: 1. Environmental Studies, By. N. K. Uberoi, Second Edition, Excel Books Publication.

2. Environmental Management, By. N. K. Uberoi, Second Edition, Excel Books Publication. BBA-CBCS-JUNE:2011

EC: 202: IT Tools and Applications (Elective Course)


Theory: Credit: 2 ( 50% ) Practical: Credit:2 (50%)
Unit I Topics Covered under unit Introduction to Computers, Operating System, Windows & its Utilities Computer system components, Input devices, Output devices, storage, devices, computer storage elements, types of computer, Applications of computers, advantages of using computer. Operating System: Introduction to operating system, Types of User Interfaces, Functions of Operating Systems Types of Operating Systems, Booting Process, Introduction to Windows, features of Windows, various versions, Components Of Windows Internet and Outlook : Internet and intranet , Most popular internet services, Functions of Internet like email, WWW, FTP, Usenet, IRC, instant, messaging, Internet Telephony Managing emails, Using address book, Working with task list, Scheduling appointments. II MS Word MS Word: Creating, navigating and editing Word documents, Formatting text of a document, Formatting , viewing and printing a document, Inserting and removing page breaks, Insert Header and footers, Viewing a document, Page set up of a document, Printing a document, Working with tables and graphics, Working with objects, Mail merge and labels, Spelling and grammar tools, Autocorrect, Auto text, Auto format, Inserting endnotes and footnotes, Working with columns, Inserting comments, Creating index and tables from the content of document, Counting words, Macros, Saving document with passwords. III MS Excel Introduction To Excel, Concept of workbook, worksheet, workspace, Types of data, Formatting workbook, Sorting Data Advanced Excel , Data validation, Data filter (Auto & Advance), Charts, What if analysis, Protecting Worksheet. BBA-CBCS-JUNE:2011 Wt.

Total Marks: 100

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Functions and formulas: 1. Mathematical: Round, ceil floor, fact, subtotal, sum , sum if 2. Logical : AND, OR, NOT, if 3. Statistical: Min, max, avg, count if 4. Text: Concatenate, Exact, find, left, right, lower, upper, trim 6. Date and Time: Date, day, days360, hours, minute, now, second, time, today, year, datediff 7. Financial Functions: FV, IPMT, NPER, NPV, PMT, PV, Rate Data analysis : Standard deviation, Variance correlation, z-test, Chi-square). IV MS PowerPoint Creating , browsing &saving Presentation, Editing & formatting slides, Linking multiple slides using hyperlinks and advance buttons, Using slide layouts, Adding notes to the slides, Editing and formatting slides, Working with slide masters, Inserting objects on the slide, Animating objects, Slide transitions, Choosing preset animations, Triggering animations, Applying sound effects to animation effects, Playing videos, Slide show, Custom Show University Examination Scheme (70-Marks) : Theory Examination: 35 Marks Practical Examination: 35 Marks

25%

Reference Books: 1. PC Software, R. K. Taxali, Tata MacGraw Hill Publishing Company. 2. Working with Personal Computer Software (2nd Ed.) R.P.Soni, Harshal Arolkar, Sonal Jain , Wiley India Publications. 3. Olevel- Module-I, II & III, Satish Jain, Sashank Jain, Sashi Singh & Dr. Madhulika Jain, BPB Publication. 4. Office 2003 in simple steps- Dreamtech Press. 5. Jain, V.K.; Computers and Beginners.

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