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Course IV : Principles and Practice of Management :

Unit I : Concept of Management – Meaning, Nature, Scope and Importance – Evolution of Management thought – Taylor’s Scientific Management – Fayol’s theory – Elton Mayo and How throne experiments – Peter Drucker – Management process – Functions of Management.

Unit II : Planning – Concept and Significance – Planning Process – Types of Plans – Different approaches to planning – Strategies, Objectives and policies – Decision making – Forecasting.

Unit III : Organizing – Line, Staff and Functional organization – Formal and informal organization – Organizational structure – Authority and responsibility – Delegation and decentralization, divisionalisation and Departmentalization – Span of control – Chain of command – Co – ordination as an essence of Management.

Unit IV : Staffing process – Recruitment, Selection, training, promotion, transfers, and demotion.

Unit V : Leadership – Meaning and importance – Features – Styles – Motivation theories – Maslow’s theory, Mc Grego’s theory – Communication – Importance – Features of good communication – Types – Barriers – Steps to overcome barriers. Managerial control – Need for control – Steps in control – Features of effective control system.

Semester III : Course I : Economic Development in India :

Unit I : Economic Development in India, in relation to Agriculture, Industry and Banking since 1990.

Unit II : National Income – meaning, measurement and difficulties, Parallel Economy – meaning, magnitude & consequences, Factors responsible for the generation of black money, Policy to control parallel economy.

Unit III : Functions and role of RBI and monetary policy, Quantitative and selective methods – working of the Indian monetary system – Chakravarthy committee report.

Unit IV : New Industrial policy, changing role of public sector small sector industrial policy, Abid Hussein committee report on SSI.

Unit V : Globalization and its impact on Indian Economy, Emerging trends in India’s Foreign Trade – Exim Policy – India and WTO, World Bank and IMF.

Course II : Entrepreneurship Development :

Unit I : Entrepreneur – Meaning, Definition, Importance characteristics, Functions and types; Entrepreneurship – Meaning and Importance.

Unit II : Legal requirement for establishment of new Units, licensing, clearance, certificate from agencies, SIDBI.

Unit III : Entrepreneurship Development Programme – Meaning, objectives, phases in DP and operational Problems, Entrepreneurial Training Meaning, Importance and types.

Unit IV : Entrepreneurial Environments – Economic, Social, Cultural, Political and Legal Environment.

Unit V : Entrepreneurial Motivation – Motivating Factors – Compelling and Facilitating Factors; Entrepreneurial Ambition.

Course III : International Business :

Unit I : Introduction : International Marketing – Trends in International Trade – Reasons for going International – Global Sourcing and Production Sharing – International Orientations – Internationalization Stages and Orientations – Growing Economic Power of Developing Countries – International Decision – Case Studies.

Unit II : International Business Environment : Trading Environment – Commodity Agreements – Cartels – State Trading – Trading Blocks and Growing Intra – Regional Trade – Other Regional Groupings – SAARC – GATT/WTO and Trade Liberalization – The Uruguay Round – Evaluation – UNCITRAL.

Unit III : Multinational Corporations : Definition – Organizational Structures – Dominance of MNC’s – Recent Trends – Code of Conduct – Multinationals in India – Case Studies.

Unit IV : India in the Global Setting : India an Emerging Market – India in the Global Trade – Liberalization and Integration with Global Economy – Obstacles in Globalization – Factors Globalization – Globalization Strategies – Case Studies.

Unit V : Trade Policy and Regulation in India : Trade Strategies – Trade Strategy of India – Export – Import Policy – An Evaluation of the Policies – Regulation and Promotion of Foreign Trade in India – Expert Incentive – Product Assistance / Facilities – Marketing Assistance – Import Facilities for Exporters – Export Units and Export Processing Zones – Export Houses and Trading Houses – Case Studies.

Course IV : Cost and Management Accounting :

Unit I : Budgetary Control : Objectives of Budgetary Control – Preparation of the Budget – Functional Budgets – Sales Budgets – Production Budget – Cost Budget – Plant Utilization Budget Capital Expenditure Budget – Selling & Distribution Cost Budget – Purchasing Budget & Cost Budget – The Master Budget – Operation of Budgetary Control Flexible Budgetary Control – Zero – Base Budgeting – Case Studies.

Unit II : Standard Costing : Objectives – Principles – Determination of Standards for Material – Labor –Direct Expenses & Overhead Costs – Variable and Fixed Costs – Case Studies.

Unit III : Variance Analysis : Material, Labor and Overhead Variances – Sales & Profit Variances – Disposition of Variances – Assessing the Significance of Standard Cost Variance – Standard Cost Accounting – Case Studies.

Unit IV : Uniform costing & Inter – firm Comparisons : Objectives and Purposes Underlying Uniform Costing – Development of Uniform Costing – Cost Audit – Meaning & Definition – Inclusion of Clause B to Sec.208 to Sub Sec.( d ) to Sec. 209 – Indian Companies Act, 1956 – Appointment of Cost – Cost Audit Programme – Records Relating to Materials – Labour Overhead – Depreciation – stores & Sore Parts –work in – progress and Incomplete Contract Cost Auditor’s Report – Application of Cost – Audit Report Rules, 1963 – Sachar Committee’s Report – Case Studies.

Unit V : Management Audit : Meaning & Definition – Objectives & Criticisms – Types of Audits – Arguments for & Against Management Audit – Social Audit – Steps underlying Social Audit Programme – Social Audit Report – Limitations of Social Audits – Case Studies.

Course V : Constitutional Law :

Unit I : Salient Features of the Indian Constitution, Preamble, Citizenship, Fundamental Rights.

Unit II : Directive Principles of State Policy, Fundamental Duties, Parliamentary Government, Bicameralism, Legislative Process, Privileges, Council of Ministers, President of India, Governor.

Unit III : Judicial process under the Constitution, Nature of Judicial Review, Judicial Review – Arts.32, 226 and 227, Court system in India, Judges – Appointments, conditions of service, etc., Advisory Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court, Public Interest Litigation, Activism v. Restraint.

Unit IV : Federalism, Center – State Relations, Freedom of Inter State Trade, Methods of Constitutional Amendment, Limitation on Constitutional Amendment.

Unit V : Emergency provisions, Services under the State, State Liability.

Semester IV : Course I : Human Resources Management – Industrial Relations :

Unit I : Introduction : Meaning and significance of HRM; Evolution and Development of HRM; Functions of HRM; Objectives of HRM; Organization design and HRM. Human Resource Planning; Integrated Strategic planning and Human Resource Planning; HR Planning at different levels; Process of HRM; Control and Review mechanism in HR planning.

Unit II : Recruitment : Definition, Objectives and Complexity; Corporate Objectives and Recruitment; Sources and Techniques of Recruitment – Internal – External sources – Modern Sources and Techniques; Assessment of Recruitment Program.

Unit III : Selection, Placement and Induction : Selection Procedure, Tests, Interviews; Placement and Induction.

Unit IV : Human Resource Development; Concept and Significance of HRD; HRD framework; Techniques of HRD; Functions of Human Resource Development ;HRD tasks and Line Manager.

Unit V : Performance Appraisal : Performance Evaluation to Performance Analysis and Development; Methods of Performance Development; System of Performance Appraisal; Counseling; Managerial Appraisal.

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