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KLE BBA LLB Syllabus 2021
Semester I : Course I : Special English
Unit I : Advise to a young man… – Felix Frankfurt In the court – Anton Chekhar Grammar : Parts of speech ( Same word used as different parts of speech ), sentence linkers, Models.
Unit II : The five functions of the Lawyer – Arthur Vanderbitt Grammar : Synonyms and antonyms, homonyms and homophones.
Unit III : A plea for severest penalty – M.K. Gandhi Composition, Paragraph writing, Report writing
Unit IV : On the Entirely reasonable Murder of a Police constable – G.B. Shaw Composition : dialogue Writing, refutation of arguments.
Unit V : The law as a Jealous Mistress – Joseph Planck Composition : Interpretation of Notices. Text : R.P.Bhatnagar and R.Bhatnagar, Law and Language, Mac Millan India Pub.
Course II : Business Environment
Unit I : Business – Meaning, Scope and objectives of Business, Business Environment – Micro and Macro Environment of Business, Environmental Analysis for Business Decision making.
Unit II : Forms of Business organizations – Proprietorship, Partnership and Company – features, merit and de – merits – Cooperatives, Public Enterprises – Features, merits & demerits.
Unit III : Indian Business Environment : Socio – Cultural, Economic, political, Natural and Legal Environment.
Unit IV : Social responsibility of Business, Business ethics and the concept of corporate governance, Factors influencing work ethics and work culture.
Unit V : Consumerism and Consumer Protection Act, 1986 – Consumer movement in India, Role of voluntary organizations.
Unit VI : Technology & Business – Features of technology, impact of technology, technology and society economic effects of technology, Business Process Outsourcing.
Course III : Managerial Economics
Unit I : Introduction to Managerial economics – Definition – Scope – Fundamental concepts of Managerial economics – Opportunity cost principle – Incremental cost and revenue principle – Time perspective – Equi – marginal principles – Discounting principle – ( with mathematical illustrations and problems for opportunity cost and incremental principle ).
Unit II : Demand analysis and demand forecasting : Meaning of demand – factors determining demand – laws of demand – Exception to the law of demand; Demand Forecasting – Survey and statistical methods : semi average, moving average and least square methods.
Unit III : Production and Cost Analysis : Concept of production function – laws of returns to scale – Economics of scale – Cost concepts of cost – Fixed and variable – Total, Marginal and average costs – Explicit and implicit costs.
Unit IV : Salient features of perfect competition – Monopoly and monopolistic competition; Price and output determination under oligopoly. Introduction to Game theory – Analysis and equilibrium Pricing policies and practices – Meaning and methods – Cost plus or make – up pricing – Marginal costing ( with problems ) – Multiple product pricing – Transfer pricing – Skimming and penetration price.
Unit V : Capital Budgeting : Meaning and significance – Technologies– Pay back period method and net present value method ( Theory only ).
Course IV : Elements of Research
Unit I : Various types of Law : civil law, criminal law, etc. Case Law Technique.
Unit II : Legal materials – Enactments, notifications, judgments, reports of commissions, etc. Where to find and how to find these materials, how to check their validity.
Unit III : Methods of study. Technical Terms. Interpretation of statutes.
Unit IV : Elements of Legal Research : Research problem, hypothesis, experimentation, analysis and interpretation of data, report writing.
Unit V : Tools of research : Use Library, observation, questionnaire, interview, sampling, case study, participation.
Semester II : Course I : English
Unit I : The Shaping of my Character – Dr.S.Radhakrishnan What I Cherish Most – Rt. Hon. Shrinivas Shastry Grammar : Kinds of sentence – simple, compound and complex sentences and use of conjunctives. Basic transformations.
Unit II : Eating for Health – Rajkumari Amrit Kaur T.V.Should never be held out as a carrot – The Week. Grammar : Active and passive voice. Direct and indirect speech ( Reported speech )
Unit III : Indian crowds – Neeraj Choudhary Our rising population : Causes and consequences – Dr. R.B. Sahay Grammar : Propositions, determiners, question tags.
Unit IV : A dispassionate analysis of the Quit India Movement – V.M.Tarkunde Federalism in India : Theory and Practice – Prof. S.C. Gangal Grammar : Some common errors, vocabulary, legal terms, Idiomatic expressions.
Unit V : The development of Indian Literature – C. Rajagopalachari Headache – R.K. Narayan Composition skills : Paragraph writing, Note taking, formal correspondence.
Course II : Financial Accounting
Unit I : Accounting : Meaning and Definition – Accounting Concepts and Conventions, Accounting Standards – Meaning – a brief study
of Indian Accounting standards only – Basic concepts of Double Entry Systems of Book – Keeping.
Unit II : Preparation of Journal – ledger – Subsidiary Books – ( Problems on Purchase Book, Sales Book, Three Column Cash Book only ), Trail Balance.
Unit III : Preparation of Final Accounts of Sole – Training Concerns ( Manufacturing, Trading, P & L A/C and Balance Sheet )
Unit IV : Bills of Exchange – Meaning – Characteristics – Kinds – Noting, Protest – Discounting, Endorsement, Dishonour – Rebate and Renewal of bills, Problems on Trade bills only.
Unit V : Preparation of Final Accounts of Non – Trading – concern Capital & Revenue items – Difference between Receipts and Payment A/c and Income and Expenditure Account, Preparation of Income and Expenditure Account and Balance Sheet from Receipt and Payment Account.
Course III : Business Communications
Unit I : Communication – meaning, history and importance communicators and subject matter of communication – models of communication – written, oral and body language – Benefit of communication.
Unit II : Business communication – need for business communication errors in communication namely wrong communication, partial communication and no communication – Pre – requisites of good business communication.
Unit III : Business Letters – enquiries, quotations, orders and complaints, response, Announcements – Characteristics of a good business letter.
Unit IV : Reports – Reports for publication, periodical reports – reports to shareholders, Board of Directors Reports – reports to Creditors – Auditors reports – Reports of investigations and enquiries.
Unit V : Press notes and speeches of the Chairperson in company meetings.
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