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PGDM FINAL SEMESTER EXAMINATION

( BATCH 2019-21 )

Rural development is a topic that is pretty easy to understand but hard to implement. It focuses upon the upliftment and development of the sections of rural economies, that experience grave poverty issues and effectively aims at developing their productivity. It also emphasizes the need to address various pressing issues of village economies that hinder growth and improve these areas. Some areas that need urgent attention for Rural Development in India are:

BBA 303 Business Environment

This course aims to familiarize the student with the Indian business environment and provide him / her an insight into the control mechanisms adopted by government.

 

Unit I : Various types of economic systems being followed in the world, Comparison between the capitalist and socialist economies, The Indian economic system pre and post independence, The industrial policy 1951 and 1991 (statement, functions, implication and comparison) Private, Public and Co-operative sectors: meaning, role and importance.

 

Unit II ; Macro and Micro factors that affect the environment, Controllable and uncontrollable factors as regards the organization, macro and micro environment and their respective components , Environment scanning techniques: SWOT,ETOP with practical,examples, Monetary, Fiscal, Exim Policies, Budget – roles and functions affecting the business environment.

 

Unit III ; Globalization and Liberalization and their effect on the Indian business environment, SEZs ,EPZs, Privatization: implications and effects with examples, MNCs as a source of technology, merits and demerits , Indian MNCs, Social,responsibilities of business – definition , examples and affects on the business environment.

 

Unit IV: Regulatory and control mechanism such as fiscal policy ,MRTP,FEMA,IRDA,SEBI and their changing dimensions, Delicensing , Price control mechanism, functioning of bureaucratic decision making and its effect on business environment, SSI –types, role in the economy, merits and demerits, Financial institutions – structure , functions ,roles and working.

 

SUGGESTED READINGS:

 

Cherunilum, Francis, Business Environment, Himalaya Publishing House

Dutta and Sundaram, Indian Economy, S. Chand and Co.

Mamoria, C.B., Social Problems and Social Disorganization in India, Kitab Mahal

Mathew, M.J., Business Environment, RBSA Publishers, Jaipur, 1996.


Paper VI : INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 

Unit I:Introduction and concepts of the international business, Domestic and international business comparison, advantages and disadvantages of domestic business and International Business respectively, Reasons for entering into International Business, modes of entry, Concept of MNC, TNC. 

Unit II: WTO - structure, functions and roles in the current international business scenario, an overview of WTO agreements, concept of Trade Creation, trade Diversion, Concept and Various levels of International Economic Integration, PTA, FTA, Custom Union, Common Market, Economic Union, Political Union.

 Unit III: Major Regional Trade Agreements, features of European Union, SAARC, NAFTA, ASEAN, SAFTA, Limitations of Regional Economic Integration, BRICS .


Unit IV: International financial institutions – structure, roles, functions of World Bank/ IMF, ADB.Financial support available in India –EPZs, SEZs, Future trends in international business, concepts of FDI and Portfolio investments . 


SUGGESTED READINGS Justin Paul, International Business, Prentice Hall of India Alan M. Rugman and Richard M.Hodgetts, International Business byPearson Education. Joshi, R.M , International Business, Oxford International Business, K. Ashwathappa International Business, F. Cherunilam, Prentice Hall of India-fifth edition International Business, P. Subbarao Global Business Management, Manab, Adhikari 

Paper –II : Business Organisation

Unit-I : Nature and scope of business, Social Responsibility of Business, Size of business units, Stock 

Market, Commodity Market, E-business, Business Environment. 

Unit-II : Forms of business organizations and comparative study - Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, 

Joint stock company, co-operative organisation, One Man company. 

Unit –III : Business combination and its types, Rationalisation and automation, Government and 

Business, Methods of Remunerating Labour. 

Unit-IV : Organization process – Importance, Principles, Types of organization structure, 

Centralisation and Decentralisation, Committees, Departmentation, Delegation of authority.

Books Recommended:

1. Padmakar Asthana – Business Organisation 

2. Maheshwari, K.L., Maheshwari, R.K. & Ram Milan - Business Organisation 

3. Maheshwari, K.L., Maheshwari, R.K. & Madhu Bhatia – Vyavsayik Sanghtan 


ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT          Code: KMB402 Credits: 3 Teaching Hours: 36 

COURSE OBJECTIVES 

 The purpose of this course is to expose the student to the basic concepts of entrepreneurship and Common myths to becoming an entrepreneur. Students will be exposed to the functions of entrepreneurs, and problems faced by them in the real world.

  To impart understanding of Entrepreneurial Finance, Assistance and role of entrepreneurial development agencies 

 To provide insights to students in converting an Idea to an opportunity and develop understanding of various funding sources for a startup. 

 Familiarizing the students on Developing a Business Plan and to provide basic understanding of Launching a New Venture 

Unit 1 

Introduction: Meaning, definition and concept of entrepreneur, entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship development. The entrepreneurial mind-set. Common myths to becoming an entrepreneur and how to overcome them. Corporate entrepreneurship. Concepts of intrapreneurship, types of entrepreneurs, functions of entrepreneur. Family Business, Women entrepreneurship, social and rural entrepreneurship.

 Unit 2 

Entrepreneurial Finance, Assistance and Entrepreneurial Development Agencies: Estimating financial funds requirement; Sources of finance – banks, various financial institutions (including IFCI, ICICI, IDBI and SIDBI), financing of small scale industries in developing countries. Role of central government and state government in promoting entrepreneurship with various incentives, subsidies, grants, export oriented units – fiscal & tax concessions, other government initiatives and inclusive entrepreneurial growth. Overview of MSME policy of government in India. Role of agencies assisting entrepreneurship: DICs, SSIs, NSICs, EDIINIESBUD, NEDB, Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI). New initiatives taken by government topromote entrepreneurship in India at larger scale. 

Unit 3 

From Idea to opportunity: Idea generation- sources and methods, identification and classification of ideas. Individual creativity: idea to business opportunity, Opportunity assessment, challenges of new venture start-up, Venture capital, Angel investing, Crowdfunding 

Unit 4 

Developing a Business Plan: Environmental Scanning and SWOT analysis, and. The business plan as an entrepreneurial tool, Business Planning Process: elements of business planning, preparation of project plan, components of an ideal business plan – market plan, financial plan, operational plan, and, Feasibility Analysis – aspects and methods: Economic analysis, financial analysis, market-, and technological feasibility. 

 Unit 5 

Launching a New Venture: Steps involved in launching a business (Process charts), Various Forms of business ownership, Registration of business units; start-up to going IPO; revival, exit and end to a venture.

Course Objectives: In this course the students will learn the basic concepts and frameworks of Human Resource Management (HRM) and understand the role that HRM has to play in effective business administration. It will provide an insight as to how to use Human Resource as a tool to implement strategies. UNIT I: (7 Hours) Essentials of HRM: Functions of HRM, HRM vs.HRD, Strategic HRM: Meaning and Roles in Strategy formulation and implementation, Barriers to strategic HRM, Linking HR strategy with business strategy, Roles of HR Manager, roles of HR in merger and acquisitions, Technology & HR and changing roles of HR due to technology, HRM linkage with TQM & productivity. Case Studies 

UNIT II: (8 Hours) Human Resource Planning and Employee Hiring : Meaning of job Analysis, job design, Human Resource Planning, methods demand forecasting for manpower planning, factors influencing HRP, Employee hiring- methods of Recruitment, Employee selection, process of employee selection, recent trends in recruitment. Case Studies 

UNIT III: (8 Hours) Employee Training & Development: Meaning importance of Training, types and methods and types of training, career planning, promotion, transfer, demotion and separation, Performance Appraisal: Meaning and types of appraisal, Job Evaluation: Meaning and methods of job evaluation. Case Studies 

UNIT IV: (9 Hours) Compensation Management and Employee Relations: Introduction to compensation management, Components and structure of employee compensation, Factors affecting employee compensation, Employee incentive schemes, and recent trends in compensations management, Meaning of employee relation and industrial relations. Case Studies 

UNIT V: (8 Hours) Employee Safety/ Health and International Human Resource Management: Needs and legal provision of employee health, measures to promote employee health , purpose of employee safety, accidents: causes & prevention, effective safety management ,& legal provisos. basic principles governing International Human Resource Case Studies

MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS AND ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR 

Course Credit: 3 Contact Hours: 40 

Course Objectives: 

1. To provide basic understandings of management processes 

2. To help the students understand the concepts of organizational behaviour 

3. To apply the concepts of management and organizational behaviors in real world situations 

4. Familiarizing the students with the contemporary issues in management. 

5. Developing managerial and leadership skills among students 


SYLLABUS

UNIT I (8 Lectures) 

Fundamentals of Management: Management practices from past to present, Different levels of management, Managerial skills and Managerial Functions , Case Studies 

Planning- Objective of planning, Planning process, Types of planning, Types of plans, Management by Objective, Decision-making- types, process & techniques,. Case Studies 

UNIT-II (8 Lectures) 

Organising & Staffing- Types of organization, Organization structure and decentralization of authority, Meaning of staffing, Recruitment, selection & placement, Training & development.. 

Directing & Controlling- Principle of directing, Essence of coordination, Different control techniques, Management by exception. Case Studies 

UNIT III(8 Lectures) 

Fundamentals of individual behavior, Personality, types of personality, Personal effectiveness, meaning of Attitudes, Types, Components, attitude formation and attitude change. Meaning & Type of Group Behaviour, Interpersonal skills, Transactional Analysis, Johari Window, 

UNIT IV (8 Lectures) 

Motivation:, Theory of Motivation: Maslow’s, Herzberg’s, McClelland, Contemporary theories of Motivation: Self Determination Theory, Self Efficacy Theory, Vroom’s Expectancy Theory, Equity Theory, Reinforcement Theory, Meaning of Perception, process, behavioral applications of perception. Case Studies 

UNIT V: (8 Lectures) 

Leadership: What is leadership, types of leaders and leadership styles, traits and qualities of effective leader, trait theory, LSM – Leadership Situational Model, Team Building, Tuckman Model of Team Development. Organizational Change: Meaning of organizational change approaches to managing organizational change, creating a culture for change, implementing the change, Kurt Lewin Model of change. Case Studies. 

COURSE OUTCOME

Bloom’s taxonomy 

CO 1: Developing understanding of managerial practices and their perspectives. 

Knowledge ( K 2) 

Remembering ( K1) 

CO2: Understanding and Applying the concepts of organizational behaviour 

Knowledge ( K 2) 

Applying ( K 4) 

CO 3: Applying the concepts of management and analyze organizational behaviors in real world situations 

Applying ( K 4) 

Analyzing ( K 5) 

CO 4: Comprehend and practice contemporary issues in management. 

Comprehending (K 3) 

CO 5: Applying managerial and leadership skills among students 

Applying (K4) 

Suggested Readings 

1. Koontz Harold &Weihrich Heinz – Essentials of management (Tata McGraw Hill, 5th Edition,2008) 

2. L. M. Prasad- Principles and Practices of Management, Sulatn Chand & Sons, 7th edition, 2007. 

3. Stephen P. Robbins, ―Organizational Behaviour‖, 12th Edition, Prentice Hall 

4. Dr. Premvir Kapoor, Principles and Practices of Management, Khanna Publishing House, Delhi 

5. Robbins & Coulter - Management (Prentice Hall of India, 9th Edition) 

6. Principles of Management, George R. Terry & S.G. Franklin, AITBS, Delhi. 

7. N M Khandelwal- Indian Ethos & Values for Management- Himalyan Publishing 

8. Fred Luthans, ―Organizational Behaviour‖, 12th Edition, McGraw Hill International Edition 

9. Aswathappa K, ―Organizational Behaviour (Text, Cases and Games)‖, Himalaya Publication 

10. UdaiPareek, ―Organizational Behavior‖, Oxford University Press 


INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Code: KMB302

Course Credits: 3

Teaching Hours: 36 Hrs

Course Objectives

1.To give the student an exposure to the dynamic environment of International Business

2.To understand the impact of environment on the International Business Operations of the firm

3.To explain the functions and form of the global monetary system

4.To explain the role of International organizations and Regional Trade

Unit I

( 8 hours)

Introduction:

Meaning, Nature and Scope of International Management, Driving and

Restraining Forces, Domestic to Transnational Business, Modes of Entry. Globalization

Forces, Meaning, dimensions and stages in Globalization, Characteristics and role of MNCs. International Business Environment – The economic environment; social and cultural environment, political, legal and regulatory environment, natural environment, technological environment.

Unit 2(8 hours)

International Trade Theories: Mercantilism; Absolute Cost theory, Comparative Cost theory, Factor endowment theory, International Product life Cycles Theory, International Investment Theories: Theory of Capital Movements, Market Imperfections theory; Internationalization Theory; Location Specific Advantage Theory; Eclectic Theory Free Trade: Advantages and Disadvantages, Forms of Protection: Tariffs, Subsidies, Import Quotas, Voluntary Export Restraints, Administrative Policy, Anti-dumping Policy

.

Unit 3( 8 hours)

International Marketing: Nature & significance, International Marketing Orientations, International Segmentation, International Product Life Cycle International HRM: International Staffing Approaches, Expatriate Management, International Labor Relations.

Unit 4(6 hours)

Foreign Exchange Determination Systems: Basic Concepts Relating to Foreign Exchange, Various types of Exchange Rate Regimes, Factors Affecting Exchange Rates, Brief History of Indian Rupee

Unit 5(6 hours)

International Institutions: Objectives and Functions of WTO, IMF, IBRD, UNCTAD,

Regional Economic Integration: Introduction, Levels of Economic Integration, Objectives and Functions of EU, NAFTA, ASEAN, SAARC, BRICS

SUGGESTED READINGS

1.Joshi, R M : International Business, OUP

2.Hill - International Business, McGraw-Hill2.Cherunilam F- International Business: Text and Cases, PHI

Reference Books1.Aswathappa- International Business, McGraw-Hill

3. Cherunilam, F - International Trade and Export Management, Himalaya

4.Daniels - International Business (Pearson)4.Albaum Duerr - International Marketing and Export management (Pearson, 7th Ed.)


Specialization Group: Marketing

SALES AND RETAIL MANAGEMENT

Code: KMBMK01                                                                             Credits: 3 Teaching Hours: 36

Objectives:

1. To build knowledge, understanding, and skills in Sales and Retail Management.

2. Enable development and implementation of Sales and Retail Management strategies.

3. Help to analyze decision alternatives and criteria in the context of realistic problem situations in Sales and Retail Management.

Unit1: (5 Hours)

 Introduction to Sales: Role of selling in marketing, Personal selling, Salesmanship and sales manager, Types of sales personnel, Characteristics of a successful salesman, Theories of selling, Sales management, Process of effective selling.

UNIT 2: (5 Hours)

Building Sales Organization: Types of sales organizations and their structure, Functions and responsibilities of sales person, filling sales positions, Recruitment, Selection, Training and Development, Development and Conducting Sales training programme.

UNIT 3: (9 Hours)

Leading Sales Organization: Sales force motivation, Designing & Administering Sales force compensation plans, Designing incentives and contests, Sales forecasting, Sales budget, Sales quota, Sales territory, Building sales reporting mechanism and monitoring, Sales force productivity, Sales force appraisal.

UNIT 4: (8 Hours)

 Introduction to retailing: Growing Importance of Retailing, Factors Influencing Retailing, Strategic Retail Planning Process, Retail Organization, Retail Models and Theory of Retail Development, Modern retail formats in India, Retailing in rural India

UNIT 5: (9 Hours)

Retail stores and operation management: Setting up Retail organization, Retail location Research and Techniques, Trading Area Analysis, Store Layout, Objectives of Good store Design, Controlling Costs and Reducing Inventories Loss, Responsibilities of Store Manager, Store Record and Accounting System, Coding System, Logistic and Information system, Strategies, Retail Sales Techniques & Promotion, CRM & Brand Management in retailing.

 


This course focuses on the attraction, acquisition, and retention of talent in organisations. It helps in developing a clear understanding of talent management and its linkage with organisational strategy and other HR practices and provide an understanding of acquiring and retaining the talent in the organisation.
The course helps HR management graduates in identifying and developing the potential talent to fulfil the present and future need of the organisation.
This course will cover the negotiation problems that managers may face in decision-making processes; for example, the hiring negotiation, the promotion negotiation, the firing decision, and HR-relevant cross-cultural negotiation issues.

COURSE SYLLABUS

Unit 1 ( 6hrs)
Introduction to Talent Management: Concept , Meaning & Objectives, Role of Talent Management in building Sustainable Competitive Advantage to a firm; Key Processes of Talent Management: Recruitment, Selection, Human Resource Planning, Retention, Talent vs. Knowledge, Consequences of Failure in Managing Talent, Identifying and Assessing High-Potential Talent: Current Organizational Practices . Case Studies

Unit 2 ( 8hrs)
Talent Acquisition: Job Analysis, Questionnaires, Interviews, Developing job Description & Job Specification, Attracting and Recruiting the best Talents, Strategic Trends in Talent Acquisition, Talent acquisition management solutions. HR Planning for Talent Management: Process (using MS-Excel and quantitative tools), Evaluation of factors affecting HR Planning, Strategic view of Recruitment & Selection. Case Studies

Unit 3 (7 hrs)
Recruitment and Selection Process: Introduction, Sources of Recruitment, Use of Assessment Centers, Selection Errors & Minimising Selection Errors, Reliability & Validity of Selection Tests, Choosing suitable types of Interviews, Formulating a recruitment strategy for senior level executives. Employee Engagement: Process and outcomes of Employee Engagement, Ways of Achieving Employee Engagement; Talent Development: Need Analysis, Knowledge Management, Competency Development and Developing Leadership Talent. Case Studies 

Unit 4 ( 8hrs)
Employee Retention: Comprehensive approach to Employees Retention, Managing Voluntary Turnover, Dealing with Job Withdrawal; Strategic Compensation plan for Talent Engagement: Defining the Elements of Total Rewards, Integrated Rewards Philosophy, Designing Integrated Rewards, Sustainable Talent Management and Reward Model. , Career and Succession Planning. Case Studies

Unit 5.( 7hrs)
Emerging Trends in HR: Human Resource Audits, Human Resource Information System (HRIS), Human Resource Accounting (HRA), Business Process Re-engineering, Contemporary Talent Management Issues and Challenges. Case Studies.


COURSE OUTCOME:

After successful completion of this course the students would:

Gain Knowledge of Talent Management Processes

Develop an understanding for analysis of the impacts of Talent management in the organisation

Develop Competency to implement Talent Management practices

Develop Competency to develop leadership qualities among subordinate.

Knowledge about the reward system to support Talent management







MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS KMB102

Course Objective:


  • Understand the relative importance of Managerial Economics

  • Know how the application of the principles of managerial economics can aid in achievement

  • of business objectives

  • Understand the modern managerial decision rules and optimization techniques.

  • Be equipped with the tools necessary in analysis of consumer behavior as well as in

  • forecasting product demand

  • Understand and be able to apply latest pricing strategies

  • Understand and analyse the macro environment affecting the business decision making.

Course Credit: 4 Contact Hours: 40 hours


UNIT –I (6 Hrs)

Basic Concepts and principles:

Definition, Nature and Scope of Economics-Micro Economics and Macro Economics, Managerial

Economics and its relevance in business decisions.Fundamental Principles of Managerial Economics - Incremental Principle, Marginal Principle, OpportUNITy Cost Principle, Discounting Principle,Concept of Time Perspective, Equi-Marginal Principle, Utility Analysis, Cardinal Utility and Ordinal Utility.


UNIT –II (8Hrs)

Demand and Supply Analysis :

Theory of Demand, Types of Demand. Determinants of demand , Demand Function ,Demand

Schedule , Demand curve , Law of Demand, Exceptions to the law of Demand , Shifts in demand

curve , Elasticity of Demand and its measurement. Price Elasticity, Income Elasticity, Arc Elasticity.

Cross Elasticity and Advertising Elasticity. Uses of Elasticity of Demand for managerial decision

making , Demand forecasting meaning, significance and methods.( numerical Exercises)

Supply Analysis; Law of Supply, Supply Elasticity; Analysis and its uses for managerial decision

making. Price of a Product under demand and supply forces

UNIT –III (10Hrs)

Production and cost Analysis:

Production concepts & analysis; Production function, Types of production function, Laws of

production : Law of diminishing returns , Law of returns to scale. Cost concept and analysis: Cost, Types of costs, Cost output relationship in the short-run. Cost output relationship in the Long run.Estimation of Revenue. Average Revenue, Marginal Revenue.


UNIT –IV (10Hrs)

Market structures:

Perfect and Imperfect Market Structures , Perfect Competition, features, determination of price under perfect competition. Monopoly: Feature, pricing under monopoly, Price Discrimination.

Monopolistic: Features, pricing under monopolistic competition, productdifferentiation. Oligopoly:

Features, kinked demand curve, cartels, price leadership.


UNIT –V (6Hrs)

National Income; Concepts and various methods of its measurement, Circular flows in 2 sector, 3

sector, 4 sector economies, Inflation, types and causes, Business Cycle & its phases.





Employable Skills Measuring tool


  • Ability to forecast demand Exercise + Workshop

  • Ability to analyse various market structures Exercise + Workshop

  • Ability to appreciate the role of various

  • monetary policy tools in controlling inflation Exercise + Workshop

Course Outcomes-


Course Outcomes

Bloom’s taxonomy

CO1: Students will be able to remember the

concepts of micro economics and also able to

understand the various micro economic

principles to make effective economic

decisions under conditions of risk and

uncertainty.

  • Knowledge ( K 2)

  • Remembering ( k1)

CO2: The stdents would be able able to

understand the law of demand & supply &

their elasticities , evaluate &analyse these

concepts and apply them in various changing

situations in industry . Students would be able

to apply various techniques to forecast demand

for better utilization of resources.

  • Knowledge ( K 2)

  • Applying ( K 4)

  • Synthesizing ( K6)

  • Evaluating ( K7)

CO3: The students would be able to understand

the production concept and how the production

output changes with the change in inputs and

able to analyse the effect of cost to business

and their relation to analyze the volatility in the business world

  • Comprehending (K 3)

  • Applying ( K 4)

  • Analyzing ( K 5)

  • Evaluating ( K7)

CO4: The students would be able to understand

& evaluate the different market structure and

their different equilibriums for industry as well

as for consumers for the survival in the

industry by the application of various pricing

strategic

  • Applying ( K 4)

  • Analyzing ( K 5)

  • Synthesizing ( K6)

CO5: The students would be able to analyse

themacroeconomic concepts & their relation to

micro economic concept & how they affect the

business & economy.

  • Knowledge ( K 2)

  • Comprehending (K 3)

Text Books:

1. Managerial Economics, GEETIKA, McGraw-Hill Education 2nd Ed.

2. Managerial Economics: Concepts and Applications (SIE), THOMAS& MAURICE, McGraw-

Hill Education, 9th Ed

3. Managerial Economics, H.L Ahuja, S.Chand, 8th Ed

4. Managerial Economics ,D.N.Dwivedi,Vikas Publication, 7th Ed

5. Managerial Economics – Theory and Applications, Dr.D.M.Mithani, Himalaya Publications,

7th Ed.

6. Sociology & Economics for Engineers, Dr. Premvir Kapoor, Khanna Publishing House


FACULTY NAME-DR. REKHA SINGH

Performance and Reward Management (MBA-3rd Semester AKTU)

Code: KMBHR02 Course Credits: 3 Teaching Hours: 36 Hr

Course Objective:

1. To create an understanding of the key concepts of performance management and contemporary methods for administering compensation and rewards in practices.

2. To articulate the benefits of using a performance development plan and the consequences of not having one in place.

3. To distinguish the elements of an effective, integrated performance development system.

4. To devise “SMART” annual performance objectives (e.g., objectives that are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and track able).

5. To familiarize the students with the concept of competency mapping and understanding its role in career development.

6. To familiarize students with various aspects of compensation system in India and make them understand various issues linked with the process of fixing salary dearness allowance, bonus, incentive scheme and benefits.

 

SYLLABUS

Unit1: (7 hours)

Introduction to Performance Management System :Meaning, Uses and purpose of Performance Management, Performance Management vs Performance Appraisal, Performance management and its challenges in current scenario, Performance management as a System and Process, Establishing Performance Criterion of developing an Effective Appraisal System, Criteria (KRA, KSA VS KPI). Case Studies

Unit2: (7 hours)

Managing Performance: Methods of managing performance of all the levels of Management, 360 degree Performance Appraisal, MBO and Performance analysis for Individual and organizational development. Case Studies

Unit3: (7 hours)

Contemporary Issues: Potential appraisal, Competency mapping & its linkage with Career Development and Succession planning, Balance score card: Introduction and Applications, Advantages and limitations. Case Studies

Unit 4: (7 hours)

Reward System: Compensation- Definition, Function, and significance. Job evaluation: Methods of job evaluation, Inputs to job evaluation, Practical implication for technical/non-technical and executive/managerial positions and significance of wage differentials. Case Studies

Unit 5: (8 Hours)

Compensation: Method of pay and Allowances, Pay structure: Basic Pay, DA, HRA, Gross Pay, Take home pay etc. Incentive schemes; Methods of payment: Time and piece rate. Fringe benefits & other allowances: Overtime, City compensatory, Travelling etc. Regulatory compliance: Introductions, Wage and Pay commissions,  Overview of minimum wages Act- 1948 and Equal Remuneration Act-1976. Profit Sharing options; Case Studies. 


COURSE OUTCOMES:

 1. A clear understanding of the key concepts and principles of strategic management

2. A set of useful analytical skills, tools and techniques for analyzing a company strategically

3. To provide a basic understanding of the nature and dynamics of the strategy formulation and implementation processes.

4. To encourage students to think critically and strategically.

5. The ability to identify strategic issues and design appropriate courses of action.

                                                                                 SYLLABUS

UNIT 1             

Introduction: meaning nature, scope, and importance of strategy; and strategic management, Introduction to Business policy, Strategic decision-making , Process of strategic management and levels at which strategy operates , strategic intent: Vision, Mission, Business definition, Goals and Objectives

UNIT 2

Environmental Scanning : Factors considered, approaches, External environment analysis: PESTEL Analysis, EFE matrix (External Factor Evaluation): Porter’s Five Forces Model methods and techniques used , Internal Appraisal – The internal environment, Organizational Capability Factors, organizational appraisal- factors affecting, approaches, methods & techniques Resource Based View (RBW) Analysis, VRIO Framework, Value Chain Analysis, IFE matrix (Internal Factor Evaluation).

UNIT 3                                                                                                                                                 

 Strategy Formulation: Corporate, Business, Functional strategy, Concentration Strategies, Integration Strategies: Horizontal & Vertical, Diversification: Related & Unrelated, Internationalization , Porters Model of competitive advantage of nations, Cooperative: Mergers & acquisition Strategies, Joint Venture, Strategic Alliance , Digitalization Strategies .

Unit 4                                                                                                                                     

Strategy Analysis : Process, Analysing Strategic alternative, Evaluating and choosing among Strategic Alternative, Tools & Techniques of strategic Analysis, Strategic Choice. BCG Matrix, Ansoff Grid, GE Nine Cell Planning Grid, McKinsey’s 7’S framework Strategy implementation: Resource allocation, Projects and Procedural issues. Organization structure and systems in strategy implementation. Leadership and corporate culture, Values, Ethics and Social responsibility. Operational and derived functional plans to implement strategy. Integration of functional plans.

Unit 5                                                                                                                                     

Strategy Evaluation &Control : Nature, Importance, Organistional systems and Techniques of strategic evaluation & control.

 



Financial Market and Services 

Code: KMBFM03

 Course Credits: 3                                                                                         Teaching Hours: 36 Hrs. 

Course Objective: 

 To impart knowledge of the financial system of India, the role of important financial institutions, financial markets and financial instruments. 

 Familiarizing the students with the mechanism of commercial banking, its operations, instruments regulations etc. 

 Helping students in acquiring analytical skills in the money and capital market in the context of raising medium and long term funds

  Familiarizing the students with the microfinance as a growing source of financial mechanism

  Developing an appreciation among the students for the Banking services and products.

UNIT I : Introduction (3 Hours ) 

Structure of Indian financial system: An overview. Theories of the Impact of financial development and savings; Prior saving theory, Credit creation Theory, Theory of forced savings, Financial regulation theory, Financial liberation Theory. 

UNIT II: Financial Institutions (11 Hours) 

Reserve Bank of India: organization, management and functions, Recent monetary policy of RBI, Commercial banks: meaning, functions, present structure, types, ebanking and recent developments in commercial banking, NBFC, Sectorial financial institution NABARD, Exim Bank and PFC 

UNIT III: Financial Markets (8 Hours )

 Money and capital market, Money market: meaning, constituents, functions of money market, Money market instruments: call loans, treasury bills, certificates of deposits, commercial bills, trade bills, Recent trends in Indian money market, Capital market: primary and secondary markets, their role recent developments, Government securities market, SEBI: objectives and functions.

 UNIT IV Microfinance, Development (7 Hours) 

Overview of micro finance; Types of micro finance; Income generating activities and Micro Enterprise Market (demand) analysis, Technological analysis, Socio-economic analysis, Environmental analysis. Logical framework, Implementation & Monitoring Credit Delivery Methodology; Strategic Issues in Microfinance: Sustainability. 

 UNIT V: BANKING (7 Hours)

 Banking role and structure of banking in India, Products and services of Banking: Types, features and its working, Third party products :Life Insurance, Mutual fund, Equity, General Insurance

Course Outcomes -

After successful completion of this course students will be able to:

S.No.

Course Outcome

Bloom’s Taxonomy

Co1.

Recognize the functioning and working of various financial institutions in India thus in turn connecting it to the working of Indian economy.

Knowledge (K1)

Co2

Interpret the knowledge about the working of various financial instruments in the primary and secondary market in India as well as foreign market.

Understand (K2)

Co3

Classify about the working of micro finance instruments inIndia as well as foreign market

Understand (K2)

Co4

Interpret the knowledge about the banking industry and demonstrate the various market demand analysis

AnalyzeK4)


Text Books 

1. Bhole,L M ; Financial Institutions and Markets; McGraw-Hill Education 

2. Kohn M, Financial Institutions and Markets, OUP 

3. Pathak, Bharti V.; Indian Financial System; Pearson Education 

4. Khan, M.Y.; Indian Financial System; McGraw-Hill Education 

5. Varshney ,P.N ; Banking law and practice ; Sultan Chand and Sons 

Reference Books 

1. Singh, S.P.; Indian Financial System; Wisdom Publication 

2. Machiraju, H.R.; Indian Financial System; Vikas Publishing House 

3. Desai, Vasant; Fundamental of Indian Financial System; Himalaya Publishing House

 4. Varshney, P.N. and Mittal, D.K.; Indian Financial System; S. Chand and Co.

Skills                                                                              Measuring Tool 

Ability to know Indian financial system -                    Lecture +Assignments 

Ability to know Money & Capital Market -                 Case study +workshops 

Ability to know various market demand analysis -      Case study+ workshops

Business Communication

 KMB107 

Course Objectives .

1: To understand business communication strategies and principles for effective communication in domestic and international business situations. 

2: To understand and appropriately apply modes of expression, i.e., descriptive, expositive, narrative, scientific, and self-expressive, in written, visual, and oral communication.

 3: To develop the ability to research and write a documented paper and/or to give an oral presentation.

 4 : To develop the ability to communicate via electronic mail, Internet, and other technologies for presenting business messages.

 5: To understand and apply basic principles of critical thinking, problem solving, and technical proficiency in the development of exposition and argument. 

Course Credits 3 Hours                                                                                                36 Hrs 

UNIT I : ( 8 Hrs.) 

Introduction: Role of communication – defining and classifying communication – purpose of communication – process of communication –characteristics of successful communication – importance of communication in management – communication structure in organization – communication in crisis - barriers to communication. 

UNITII: (7 Hrs.

Oral communication: What is oral Communication – principles of successful oral communication – what is conversation control – reflection and empathy: two sides of effective oral communication – effective listening – non – verbal communication. Written communication: Purpose of writing – clarity in writing – principles of effective writing – approaching the writing process systematically: The 3X3 writing process for business communication: Pre writing – Writing – Revising – Specific writing features – coherence – electronic writing process.

 UNITIII: (7 Hrs.)

 Business letters and reports: Introduction to business letters – writing routine and persuasive letters – positive and negative messages- writing memos – what is a report purpose, kinds and objectives of report writing. Presentation skills: What is a presentation – elements of presentation – designing a presentation. Advanced visual support for business presentation types of visual aid 

UNITIV: (7 Hrs.) 

Employment communication: Introduction – writing CVs – Group discussions – interview skills Impact of Technological Advancement on Business Communication networks – Intranet – Internet – e mails – SMS – teleconferencing – video conferencing. 

UNITV : (7 Hrs.)

 Group communication: Meetings – Planning meetings – objectives – participants – timing – venue of meetings – leading meetings. Media management – the press release press conference – media interviews Seminars – workshop – conferences. Business etiquettes. 

S.No.

Course Outcome

Bloom’s Taxonomy

1.

CO1. Apply business communication strategies and principles to prepare effective communication for domestic and international business situations.

Applying (K4)

2.

CO2. Analyse ethical, legal, cultural, and global issues affecting business Communication.

Analyse (K5)

3.

CO3. Develop an understanding of appropriate organizational formats and channels used in business communications

Knowledge (K2)

4.

CO4. Gaining an understanding of emerging electronic modes of communication

Comprehending(K3)

5.

CO5. Developing effective verbal and non verbal communication skills.

Remembering(K1)/ Applying (K4)


Suggested Readings: 

1. Bovee&Thill – Business Communication Essentials A Skill – Based Approach to Vital Business English. Pearson. 

2. Kulbhushan Kumar & R.S. Salaria, Effective Communication Skills, Khanna Publishing House, Delhi 

3. Bisen&Priya – Business Communication (New Age International Publication) 

4. Kalkar, Suryavanshi, Sengupta-Business Communication(Orient Blackswan)

 5. Varinder Bhatia, Business Communications, Khanna Publishing House

 6. Business Communication : Skill, Concepts And Applications – P D Chaturvedi, MukeshChaturvedi Pearson Education. 6. AshaKaul, Business Communication, Prentice Hall of India.

Course Objectives of Digital and Social Media Marketing :

1. To help Student understand the concept of Digital Marketing & E-commerce in today’s scenario 

2. To enable student in creating and maintaining a good website and blog posts.

3. To make student understand the importance of SEO and Email Marketing in today’s modern world

4. To understand the functioning and importance of Social Media Marketing via various platforms 

5. To understand various Analytics tools of online marketing

UNIT I Conceptual Framework Hardware: (a) Input devices - keyboard, printing devices, voice speech devices, scanner, MICR, OMR, Bar code reader, digital camera etc. (b) Output devices - Visual Display UNIT, printers, plotters (c) Storage Devices – Magnetic storage devices, Optical storage devices, Flash Memory. Software: Types of software with examples; Introduction to languages, compiler, interpreter and Assembler, Operating System Functions, Types and Classification, Elements of GUI based operating system.

 UNIT II Communication Technology Network and Internet: Types of computer networks (LAN, WAN and MAN), Network topologies, EDI. Internet: Netiquettes, Architecture & Functioning of Internet, Basic services over Internet like WWW, FTP, Telnet, Gopher, IP addresses, ISPs, URL, Domain names, Web Browsers, Internet Protocols, Search engines, e-mail. 

UNIT III  Office tools for Business Use of MS-Office: Word: Paragraph formatting, Page formatting, Header and footer, Bullets and numbering, Finding and replacing text, Mail merge, Macros. Cell referencing, Ranges. Excel: Formulae, Functions, Auto sum, Copying formula, Formatting data, creating charts, creating Database, sorting data, filtering.Power Point: Formatting text on slides, Inserting charts, adding tables, Clipping, Slide animation, Slide shows. 

UNIT IV  Information System Classification Concept of Data and Information, Operations Support System (OSS), Management Support System(MSS), Transaction Processing System(TPS), Process Control System (PCS), Enterprise Collaboration System(ECS), Management Information System(MIS), Decision Support System (DSS), Executive Information System(EIS). Artificial Intelligence (AI), Applications of Artificial Intelligence: Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logical Control System, Virtual Reality, Expert System (ES). 

UNIT V  Information Systems for Business Applications: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Security and Ethical Challenges Of IT, Business Ethics, Technology Ethics; Cyber Crime and Privacy Issues, Cyber Laws, IT Act 2000.

Suggested Readings 1. Nasib Singh Gill – Handbook of Computer Fundamentals, Khanna Publishing House, Delhi 2. Shrivastava-Fundamental of Computer& Information Systems (Wiley Dreamtech) 3. Leon A and Leon M - Introduction to Computers ( Vikas, 1st Edition). 4. R.S. Salaria, Computer Fundamentals, Khanna Publishing House, Delhi.

The Course Objectives BUSINESS STATISTICS & ANALYSIS
are as Follows:

1. Understand the different basic concept / fundamentals of business statistics. 

2. Understand the practical application of various concepts. 

3.Understand the importance of measures of Descriptive statistics which includes measures of central tendency, Measures of Dispersion, Time Series Analysis, Index Number, Correlation and Regression analysis and their implication on Business performance. 

4. Understand the concept of Probability and its usage in various business applications.

 5. Understanding Decision making environment and applying the Concept of Business Analytics.

Course Objectives: This course is intended to introduce the basic theory, concepts and practice of 

financial accounting and to enable students to understand information contained in the published 

financial statements of companies and other organizations. It includes the preparation of accounting 

statements, but their uses and limitations will also be emphasized.

Course Credit: 4 Contact Hours: 40 hours 

UNIT I (6Hrs) 

Meaning and Scope of Accounting : Overview of Accounting, Users of Accounting, Accounting 

Concepts Conventions, Book keeping and Accounting, Principles of Accounting, Basic Accounting 

terminologies, Accounting Equation , Overview to Deprecation (straight line and diminishing 

method) . 

UNIT II(6Hrs)

Accounting Standards and IFRS: International Accounting Principles and Standards; Matching of 

Indian Accounting Standards with International Accounting Standards, Human Resource Accounting, 

Forensic Accounting. 

UNIT III (10 Hrs) 

Mechanics of Accounting : Double entry system of Accounting, Journalizing of transactions; Ledger 

posting and Trial Balance ,Preparation of final accounts, Profit & Loss Account, Profit & Loss 

Appropriation account and Balance Sheet, Excel Application to make Balance sheet, Case studies 

and Workshops. 

UNIT IV (10 Hrs) 

Analysis of financial statement: Ratio Analysis- solvency ratios, Profitability ratios, activity ratios, 

liquidity ratios, Market capitalization ratios; Common Size Statement; Comparative Balance Sheet 

and Trend Analysis of manufacturing, Service & banking organizations, Case Study and Workshops 

in analyzing Balance sheet. 

UNIT V (8 Hrs) 

Concepts of Working Capital and its types, Determinants of Working Capital, methods of calculating 

Working Capital, Working Capital Financing. Cash Flow Statement: Various cash and non-cash 

transactions, flow of cash, difference between cash flow and fund flow, preparation of Cash Flow 

Statement and its analysis. 

SUGGESTED READINGS :

Text Books :

1) Maheshwari S.N &Maheshwari S K – A text book of Accounting for Management (Vikas, 10th 

Edition) 

2) Essentials of Financial Accounting (based on IFRS), Bhattacharya (PHI,3rd Ed) 

3) Khan and Jain - Financial Management (Tata McGraw Hill, 7th Ed.)

4) PC Tulsian- Financial Accounting (Pearson, 2016) 

5) Dhamija - Financial Accounting for managers: (Prentice Hall, 2nd Edition). 

Reference Books 

1) Narayanswami - Financial Accounting: A Managerial Perspective (PHI,5th Ed) 

2) DhaneshkKhatri- Financial Accounting (TMH,2015) 

3) Ambrish Gupta - Financial Accounting: A Managerial Perspective (Prentice Hall, 4th Edition) 

4) Ramchandran&Kakani - Financial Accounting for Management (TMH, 2nd Edition).

5) Mukherjee - Financial Accounting for Management (TMH, 2nd Edition). 

                      Tax Planning & Management

Unit I 

Introduction:
Definition, Cannons of Taxation Person, Assesse, Income, Previous Year,
Assessment Year,Income Tax Important Dates and Forms. Residential Status & Tax
Incidence: Individual Income Exempted from Tax.

Unit 2 

Heads Of Income
Heads of Income – Salaries, Income from House Property, Profits &
Gains from Business or Profession, Capital Gains, Income from Other sources.,
Clubbing of incomes, Calculation of Taxable Income ,Tax Calculation including
Surcharge and Marginal relief,Deduction, Rebate, Relief, Set Off & Carry Forward of
Losses – Principles, Meaning, Inter – sources & Inter – head Set Off.

Unit III 

Tax Planning & Management
Tax Avoidance, Planning, & Evasion, Income Tax
Authorities- Their appointment- Jurisdiction-Powers and functions- Provisions relating
to collection and recovery of tax- Refund of tax, Offences, penalties and Prosecutions,
Appeals and Revisions, Advance Tax, TDS, Advance Rulings, Avoidance of Double
Taxation Agreements.

Unit IV 

Corporate Tax
Computation of taxable income, Carry-forward and set-off of losses for
companies, Minimum Alternative Tax (MAT), Set-off and Carry-forward of
Amalgamation Losses, Tax Planning for Amalgamation, Merger and Demerger of
Companies, Tax Provisions for Venture Capital Funds.

Unit V 

Introduction to GST
GST Concepts –Advantages and Limitations of VAT – GST as the
preferred Tax Structure.Model of GST. Need for Tax Reforms, GST Principles – Single
GST, Dual GST; Transactions covered under GST; Impact of GST. Registration and
Filing: – Rates of Tax – Rates in Foreign Countries – In India; Assessment and
Administration of GST.


THIS COURSE IS FOR THE STUDENTS OF MBA SECOND YEAR STUDENTS WITH FINANCE SPECIALIZATION. 

COURSE OBJECTIVE:

This course will emphasize an understanding of the economic forces that influence the

pricing of financial assets.

1. Understanding of investment theory will be stressed and tied in with

discussion of applicable techniques such as portfolio selection.

2. The course material will cover formulae that can be applied in different

business situations regarding active portfolio management.

3. To expose the students to the concepts, tools and techniques applicable in the

field of security analysis and portfolio management.

4. To provide a theoretical and practical background in the field of investments.

FINAL EXAM PGDM 

PGDM THIRD SEMESTER

BM 3.04 (M): ADVERTISING & CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR

COURSE OBJECTIVE:                                                                              Total Periods: 45

To acquaint the participants with the tools, methods and strategies for handling major issues of advertising including creativity in messages, media selection, measuring ad effectiveness and managing the ad campaign. The course also aims at providing insights to the students about consumer behavior so that they can take appropriate marketing decision and devise effective business strategy.

COURSE COMPOSITION:

Unit 1.

 Introduction: Advertising -Concepts, Types, Economic & Social implications; Hierarchy of Advertising Effects Models; Advertising Agencies – Types, Structure, and Compensation; Advertising Ethics & ASCI.

 

Unit 2.

 

Advertising Creativity: Thoughts on Ad Creativity by David Ogilvy, Leo Burnett, Rosser Reeves, Bernbach; Ad Layout – Stages and Principles; Ad Copy: Formats and Visualization; Development of Messages; Appeals & Selling Propositions; Creative Strategy.

 

Unit 3.

Advertising Media and Ad Campaign Management: Nature and Types of Media: Merits and Demerits; Media Planning & Strategy, Media Selection; Innovative Media Options- Websites, Blogs and Social Networks; Ad Campaign Planning; Objective Setting(DAGMAR); Ad Appropriation ; Ad Routing & Scheduling ; Measuring Effectiveness.

 

Unit 4.

Consumer Behaviour &Decision-making process: Consumer Behaviour: Concept, Scope, Importance and Interdisciplinary nature; Applications of Consumer Behaviour; Market Opportunity Identification, Analysis and Evaluation; Levels of consumer decision-making; Four views of consumer decision-making: economic, passive, cognitive, emotional; Models of Consumer decision-making: Nicosia model, Howard-Sheth model; Consumer Behavior in the Networked era

 

Unit 5.

Factors Influencing Consumer Behaviour: Individual Factors-Motivation, Personality, Perception, Attitude, and Learning; Socio-cultural Factors-Reference Groups and Family Influences, Social Class, Culture, Sub-culture and Cross-cultural influences.


COURSE OBJECTIVE:                                                                        Total Periods: 35  

The objective of this course is to acquaint the students with the banking and financial services in India so as to enable them to handle Driver areas of the sectors under references.

 

COURSE COMPOSITION:

 

Unit 1: Traditional Banking & Micro finance In India:

Introduction to Banking, Organization and Structure of Commercial Banks; Functions of Commercial Banks, Credit Creation, Mudra Banking, Micro Finance – Introduction, Eligibility. Benefits & Limitations, Microfinance Standards and Principles.

 

Unit 2:   Banking & Capital Market Overview:

RBI: Role & Functions. Money Market Instruments. Concept & Management of Non- Performing Assets. Overview of BASEL concept. IRDA, SEBI, Mutual Funds. Role & Functions of Merchant and Investment Bank.

 

Unit 3:    Products and Services:

 Banking products and services: Introduction - Deposit Products, Loan Products and Third Party Products, Concept of Small & Payment Banks, Drivers of Cashless transaction and its settlement mechanism. Platforms for cashless transactions. Concept of Cryptocurrency.

 

Unit 4: Primary Market Functions- Issue Management:

 Issue management, Intermediaries involved, Activities / Procedure of Issue Management, Pre- Issue and Post -Issue Obligations.

 

                                                  LESSON PLAN

SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES

LUCKNOW

Lesson Plan

Faculty Name: AKANCHHA SINGH      Program: PGDM 3rd Semester

Subject: Banking and financial services                              Subject Code:  BM3.02

Lecture No

Unit No

Topics

Lecture/ Case Study/

Presentation/

Quiz/

Test

Reference

Unit 1:

1

1

Indian Financial System

Presentation

Banking Theory & Practice ; Dr. P.K Srivastav

2

Introduction of banking

Lecture

Banking Theory & Practice ; Dr. P.K Srivastav

3

 Banking System of India

Lecture

Banking Theory & Practice ; Dr. P.K Srivastav

4

Organization and structure of commercial banks

Lecture

Financial Services in India; VA Avadhani, www.yourarticleliabrary .com

5

Functions of commercial bank

Presentation

Introduction of Banking: Vijayaragavan Iyengar

 

6

Credit Creation

Lecture

 

7

Mudra banking

Lecture

Material from internet

8

Micro finance : Introduction, Process , documentation, eligibility,

Lecture

Micro finance : V S Somana

9

Micro finance:Benefits and limitations, Standard and principles

Lecture

Micro finance : V S Somana

10

Micro finance - Case study

Case Study

Internet

11

 

Unit 1 -  Assignment

 

 

12

2

RBI- Role and Functions

Lecture

Banking Theory & Practice ; Dr. P.K Srivastav

13

Money market instruments

Lecture

Financial Services in India; VA Avadhani

14

Non Performing Asset

Lecture

Introduction of Banking: Vijayaragavan Iyengar

 

15

Non Performing Asset (Case study)

Presentation

 

16

BASEL Norms

Continued…

Lecture

Banking Theory & Practice ; Dr. P.K Srivastav; Introduction of Banking: Vijayaragavan Iyengar

 

17

Lecture

18

IRDA

Lecture

Financial Services in India; VA Avadhani

19

SEBI 

Mutual Funds

Lecture

Financial Services in India; VA Avadhani

20

Lecture

21

Role & Functions of Investment Banks

Lecture

Financial Services in India; VA Avadhan

22

Role & Functions of Merchant Bank

Lecture

Financial Services in India; VA Avadhan

23

UNIT 2 - ASSIGNMENT

 

 

24

 

3

 

 

Banking Product and services

Lecture

Banking Theory & Practice ; Dr. P.K Srivastav, Introduction of Banking: Vijayaragavan Iyengar

 

25

Concept of small and payment banks

Lecture

Banking Theory & Practice ; Dr. P.K Srivastav, Introduction of Banking: Vijayaragavan Iyengar

 

26

Drivers of cashless transactions and its settlement mechanism

Lecture

Banking Theory & Practice ; Dr. P.K Srivastav, Introduction of Banking: Vijayaragavan Iyengar

 

27

Platforms for cashless transactions

Lecture

Banking Theory & Practice ; Dr. P.K Srivastav, Introduction of Banking: Vijayaragavan Iyengar

 

28

Concept of Crypto currency

Lecture

Internet

29

UNIT 3 - ASSIGNMENT

 

 

30

4

Primary Market: Functions

Lecture

Investment Management ; R.P. Rustagi

31

Issue Management

Lecture

Investment Management ; R.P. Rustagi

32

Intermediaries Involved  

Lecture

Investment Management ; R.P. Rustagi

33

Pre- issue obligations

Lecture

Investment Management ; R.P. Rustagi

34

 Post- issue obligation

Lecture

Investment Management ; R.P. Rustagi

35

UNIT 4- ASSIGNMENT

 

 

36

 

Problem solving session

Lecture

 

37

 

Class test of all units.

 

 

 

 

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES:

 

After successful completion of course student should be able to:

CO1: Describe important terms and concepts related to Banking Industry and Capital market.

CO2: Operationalize plans related to Issue Management in Capital market.

CO3: Analyse activities by Banks, Micro finance institutions and organisations functioning in capital market.

Internal Assessment Pattern

 

 Activities

Marks

Class Test - 3

30

Assignment

10

Attendance & Class Participation

10

Total

50

 

 


The course aims to acquaint the students with the Entrepreneurial Mindset through the innovative entrepreneurial ideas , knowledge and skills so that they should understand the intricacies of starting a business in terms of conceptualising and implementing a business plan. The making of the Business Model upon  the innovative ideas by the students helps them in understanding all the possible dimensions of the practical aspects of the Entrepreneurship.

SYLLABUS:

Unit 1.    Introduction:

Concept of Entrepreneur and Entrepreneurship, Indian Models in Entrepreneurship, Categorization of MSME, Family Business Enterprises and Succession Planning, Incubation Process and Incubators,  Innovation Management , Entrepreneurship Lab Functions , Essential attributes and Skills of an Entrepreneur, Entrepreneur Vs  Intrapreneur , Entrepreneurs Vs Professional Managers, Startups Launching and Test Marketing, Social Entrepreneurship , Rural Entrepreneurship, Women Entrepreneurship , Tourism Entrepreneurship, E-Entrepreneurship


Unit 2.     Entrepreneurship Development & Ecosystem:  

Entrepreneurship Development, Factors influencing Entrepreneurship Development,  Entrepreneurship Development Programme, Entrepreneurial Mindset , Business Idea Generation, Intellectual Property Rights - Patents, Trademarks, designs, copyrights, Entrepreneurial Ecosystem, Sustainability & CSR, Funding of Business , Micro - Financing and Venture Capitalists, Government Institutions and Schemes to promote Entrepreneurship, Challenges before the Startups and reasons for  their failure , Essentials to Avoid Unsuccessful Entrepreneurship   


Unit 3.   Business Model Preparation (Part-1):

Identification of Business Project on the basis of Environmental Analysis, Market Analysis on Secondary Data, Consumer Analysis on Primary Data, and SWOT Analysis, Mission, Vision and Significance of Business Project, Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning Strategy, Forms of Business Organization-Proprietary, Partnership, Private Ltd, Public Ltd. etc, Background of the Promoters, Plant Location and Facilities of Operation, Industrial Safety & Environmental Considerations  


Unit 4.   Business Model Preparation (Part-2):  

Marketing and Sales Strategy-Product Strategy (Description of Products and Services, Comparison with Competitors, Suppliers, Outsourcing issues), Channel Strategy (Selecting Marketplace, Types and Levels of Channels of Distribution, Pricing Strategy; Promotional Strategy; Sales Forecast, Sales Programme and Sales Force Management 


Unit 5.   Business Model Preparation (Part-3):  

Human Resource Strategy- Manpower Planning, Recruitment and Selection, Employees Compensation and Reward Management, Human Resource Accounting, Employee Performance and Feedback System, Financial Plan- Sources of Capital, Break Even Analysis, Projected Profit and Loss Statement, Cash Flow Statement, Balance Sheet.


COURSE OUTCOMES:

At the completion of this course, students will be able to:

Get the insights into the intricacies involved in becoming an entrepreneur. 

Critically analyse the various issues and challenges involved in starting a business.

Develop a skill in making effective business plan for starting a business.




FACULTY NAME- DR. REKHA SINGH 

PGDM THIRD SEMESTER

BM 3.07 (H) : ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT OF CHANGE

COURSE OBJECTIVES:                                                                     Total  Periods : 45

 

In this paper the students would be able to learn about various organizational development techniques and how to lead the change process in the organization. They would also be exposed to intricacies of group dynamics and high performing organizational culture.

COURSE COMPOSITION: 

 

Unit 1: Organizational Development:                                                                              

Concept of Organizational Development (OD). History & Evolution. Trends in OD (Parallel learning structures, appreciative enquiry). OD Practitioner: Competencies, Internal vs. External consulting, Ethical Dilemmas.

 

Unit 2: OD Process:                                                                                                          

Action Research Model. Entering and Contracting, Diagnosing Organizations (Open systems, individual level group level and organizational level diagnosis), Collecting and analyzing Diagnostic information, Feeding back the diagnosed information (characteristics of effective feedback data and process).

 

Unit 3: OD Interventions:                                                                                                

An Overview of OD Interventions: Interpersonal Interventions (Sensitivity Training, Career Planning, Managerial Grid), Team Development Interventions (Family Groups & Special Groups), Structural Interventions (Job Design, Quality of Work Life, Quality Circles), Inter-group Development Interventions (Third Party Consultation, Inter-group Team Building).

 

Unit 4: Organizational Change:                                                                                      

Nature and Importance of Change (change or perish). Types of Change; Levels of Change; Forces of Change; Resistance to change (organization, subunit, and individual level). Overcoming resistance to change. Lewin’s Three-Step Model; Kotter’s Eight-Stage Model for Implementing Change.

 

Unit 5: Execution of Change:                                                                                          

Transformational Change(Integrated strategic change, Organization design, Culture change). Transorganizational Change(Mergers and acquisitions, Alliances, Networks) Continuous

Change ( Self-designing organizations, Organization learning and knowledge management, Built to change organizations)



COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES:

 CO1: Understand the basic concepts, functions, importance, role and processes of sales management in marketing for business organizations.

CO2: Describe and analyze the activities to be performed as sales professional.

CO3: Utilize theoretical principles of sales management to effectively and efficiently manage the sales force


COURSE COMPOSITION :                                                                                          

 Unit 1:  Introduction to Sales Management:                                                                                    

Concept, Importance, Objectives  and functions of Sales Management; Buyer-Seller Dyads; Theories of Selling; Sales Management Competencies; Negotiation Strategies; Relationship Management – Understanding Customer Lifetime Value, Recent Trends in Sales Management; Social Selling, Automation & Artificial Intelligence, Big Data & Advanced Analytics, Outsourcing the Sales Function.

Unit 2 Personal Selling and Process:                                                                                                

Personal Selling Objectives; Important Terms-Market Potential, Sales Potential, Sales Forecast; Analyzing Market Potential; Sales Forecasting Methods; Personal Selling Process-Prospecting, Pre-Approach, Approach, Presentation and Demonstration, Handling Objections, Closing; Formulating Personal Selling Strategy.Drafting Sales Proposals and Sales Invoices, Drafting different types of letters and emails in sales.

 Unit 3:  Organizing the Sales Effort:                                                                                                

Nature of Sales Management Positions; Functions and Qualities of Sales Executive; Compensation Pattern for Sales Executives; Setting up a Sales Organization; Types of Sales Organizational Structures; Coordination of Personal Selling with other marketing activities.

 Unit 4 Sales Force Management:                                                                                                      

Recruiting and Selecting Sales Personnel; Sales Training Programmes-Planning, Executing and Evaluating; Motivating Sales Personnel; Compensating Sales Personnel; Sales Meetings and Sales Contests.

 Unit 5 Controlling the Sales Effort:                                                                                                  

Sales Budget; Quotas; Sales Territories; Sales Control and Cost Analysis, Sales Analytics, Sales Reporting, Social and Ethical concerns in Sales Management.


COURSE OBJECTIVE OF Business Analytics                                                    

To make students familiar with basic statistical techniques and their application for managerial decision making through Business Analytics using statistical tools like Excel and R, for the analysis of business data.

At the completion of this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Gain knowledge of basic concepts of Business Anaytics.

CO2: Demonstrate practical understanding of business data and its analysis.

CO3: Apply business analytics tools and techniques for solving specific business problems.


                       Taxation and Tax Management


Unit 1: Introduction

Meaning, Features, Types of Taxes

Concept of Tax-Planning

Tax Evasion, Tax Avoidance and Tax Management

Residential Status & Tax Liability with numerical problems

Determination of Taxable Income under various heads of Income (Numerical problems): Income under the head Salaries

Income from House property

Profits & Gains of Business or Profession

Capital Gain

Income from Other Sources

Calculation of Taxable Income

Unit 2: Tax Liability Determination

Carry Forward & Set off Losses, Gross Total Income

Deductions & Tax Liability Determination for Sole Proprietor, Hindu Undivided Family

Tax Liability Determination for Partnership Firm & Company

Unit 3: Tax Planning in Managerial Decisions

Tax Planning in respect of Own or Lease

Tax Planning regarding Sale of Assets used for Scientific Research purposes

Shutdown or Continue Decisions of business

Unit 4: Tax Planning and Financial Decisions

Tax Planning relating to Capital Structure Decisions

Dividend Policy, Inter-Corporate Dividend

Bonus Shares

Unit 5: Goods & Services Tax

Meaning of GST, Types of GST

Application of ITC

GST Registration, GSTIN

Important documents in GST

E-Way bill;,

GSTN, GST Returns







The paper intends to acquaint the students with theory and practice of Security Analysis & Portfolio Management in India with a view to enable them to make pragmatic managerial decisions.

 


PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT  BBA 106

The course aims to provide fundamental exposure and understanding of the concepts, theories and practices of management. 

Course Objectives: 

1. To provide basic understandings of management processes 

3. To apply the concepts of management in real world situations 

4. Familiarizing the students with the contemporary issues in management. 

5. Developing managerial and leadership skills among students 

SYLLABUS

Unit I: 

Introduction, Nature of Management, Development of Management Thought, Schools of Management Thought, Management Process & Co-ordination, Managers need for understanding Internal and external environment 

Unit II : 

Planning, Fundamentals of planning, Objectives, Policy & Strategy, Forecasting, Decision Making, Organizing, Organization Theory, Design of organization structure, Authority & Responsibility, Line and Staff Relationships, Pattern of organizational design, Groups in organization, Dysfunctional Aspects of Organization, Organizational Change. . 

Unit III: 

Staffing, Fundamentals of staffing, Recruitment & Selection, Training & Development, Performance Appraisal, Directing, Fundamentals of Directing, Motivation, Concept and techniques, Leadership Approaches and Communication. 

Unit IV : 

Controlling, Nature and Scope of Control, Types of Control, Control Process, Management by Exception (MBE), Effective Control System, Control Techniques - Traditional and Modern.


COURSE OUTCOMES:

Developing understanding of managerial practices and their perspectives.

Analyzing and Applying the concepts of management.

Comprehend and practice contemporary issues in management.

Applying managerial and leadership skills among students


Suggested Readings

  • Neeru Vasisth - Principles of Management, Taxmann Publication

  • Koontz Harold & Weihrich Heinz – Essentials of management (Tata McGraw Hill)

  • N M Khandelwal- Indian Ethos & Values for Management- Himalayan Publishing 

  • Robbins & Coulter - Management (Prentice Hall of India, 9th Edition) 



BBA 505 TAXATION LAWS

 The objective of this course is to acquaint the students with the legal framework of taxation affecting business plans, profits and liabilities of business.

 Unit I: 

 Important Definitions, Concepts of Income, Exempted incomes, Residential Status and Tax Liability.

Unit II: 

Heads of Income - Income from Salaries, Income from House &Property, Profits and gains of a business or profession, Capital Gains, Income from other sources. 

Unit III: 

Individual Assessment, Assessment procedure, Set off and Carry Forward of losses, Clubbing of Income, Income – Tax authorities and their powers.

 Unit IV:

Wealth Tax- exemptions, Deemed wealth, Calculation of wealth tax liability, Assessment procedure. 

SUGGESTED READINGS-

  •  Income Tax Law & Practice, by Mehrotra, H.C.
  •  Direct Taxes, by Prasad, Bhagwati 
  • Income Tax Guide, by Singhania, V.K.
  •  Simplified Approach to Income Tax, by Girish Ahuja & Ravi Gupta

BBA 503 Insurance and Risk Management

 

It will help the students to learn the basics and fundamentals of insurance principles and practices being practiced in the insurance industry. The knowledge in this field of insurance may help the students to adopt this as a career.

Unit I Introduction: History of insurance in general and in India in particular. Basic nature of insurance. Definition of insurance. Comparison of Life Insurance with other forms of insurance. Principles of contract and its applicability to the valid insurance contract. Unit II Principles of Life insurance and its impact on insurability. Morality tables and its kind. Basic elements in computation of premium. Peculiarities of life insurance product and the classification Nature of group insurance and types of group Insurance covers Policy claims and its procedures for settlement of various type of claims. Policy document and its various components including conditions and privileges under the policy.

Unit III Study of various proposal and policy forms used in general Insurance Scope of coverage of fire insurance and Marine insurance, Motor insurance Various kinds of miscellaneous insurances Describe classes of insurances requiring specialized knowledge

i.e industrial all risk insurance, aviation insurance, oil and gas insurance Regulatory provisions under Insurance Act 1938, and IRDA Act 1999. Underwriting practice and procedures, types and classification of hazards

Unit IV Basic concept of risk, classification of risks, and process of risk management. Identification and evaluation of risk – risk analysis. Risk control – loss prevention and its importance. Risk financing and transfer of risks, Risk retention and its importance/basis of reinsurance.

REFRENCES:

Books published by Insurance Institute of India.

“Life Insurance”, - By Kenneth Black (Jr.) and Harold Skipper (Jr.), “Fundamentals of Risk and Insurance”, by Emmett J. Vaughan, Therase Vaughan “Principles of Risk management and Insurance”, by George E. Rejda

 


Lecture No

Topics

Lecture

Reference

1

 History of insurance in general and in India in particular.

Lecture

George E Rejda

2

Basic nature of insurance. Definition of insurance.basics and fundamentals of insurance principles and practices

Lecture

George E Rejda

3

Comparison of Life Insurance with other forms of insurance.

Lecture

George E Rejda

4

Principles of contract and its applicability to the valid insurance contract

Lecture

George E Rejda

5

Principles of Life insurance and its impact on insurability.

Lecture

George E Rejda

6

Morality tables and its kind. Basic elements in computation of premium.

Lecture

George E Rejda

7

Peculiarities of life insurance product and the classification.

Lecture

George E Rejda

8

 Nature of group insurance and types of group Insurance covers

Lecture

George E Rejda

9

 Policy claims and its procedures for settlement of various type of claims.

Lecture

By Kenneth Black (Jr.) and Harold Skipper (Jr.)

10

 Policy document and its various components including conditions and privileges under the policy.

 

Lecture

By Kenneth Black (Jr.) and Harold Skipper (Jr.)

11

Study of various proposal and policy forms used in general Insurance

Lecture

By Kenneth Black (Jr.) and Harold Skipper (Jr.)

12

Scope of coverage of fire insurance and Marine insurance, Motor insurance

Lecture

By Kenneth Black (Jr.) and Harold Skipper (Jr.)

13

Various kinds of miscellaneous insurances

Lecture

By Kenneth Black (Jr.) and Harold Skipper (Jr.)

14

Describe classes of insurances requiring specialized knowledge  industrial all risk insurance, aviation insurance, oil and gas insurance

Lecture

By Kenneth Black (Jr.) and Harold Skipper (Jr.)

15

Regulatory provisions under Insurance Act 1938,

Lecture

Emmett J. Vaughan,

16

 IRDA Act 1999

 

Emmett J. Vaughan,

17

Underwriting practice and procedures,

Lecture

Emmett J. Vaughan,

18

Types and classification of hazards

 

Lecture

Emmett J. Vaughan,

19

Basic concept of risk

Lecture

Emmett J. Vaughan,

20

 Classification of risks,

Lecture

Emmett J. Vaughan,

21

 Process of risk management.

Lecture

Emmett J. Vaughan,

22

Identification and evaluation of risk – risk analysis.

Lecture

Emmett J. Vaughan,

23

Risk control – loss prevention and its importance.

Lecture

Emmett J. Vaughan,

24

Risk financing

Lecture

Emmett J. Vaughan,

25

Transfer of risks

Lecture

Emmett J. Vaughan,

26

Risk retention and its importance

Lecture

By Kenneth Black (Jr.) and Harold Skipper (Jr.)

27

Basis of reinsurance.

 

Lecture

By Kenneth Black (Jr.) and Harold Skipper (Jr.)

28

Numericals on premium calculation

Lecture

By Kenneth Black (Jr.) and Harold Skipper (Jr.)

29

Life Insurance 

Lecture

George E Rejda

30

 Personal Insurance,

Lecture

George E Rejda

31

Property Insurance,

 

George E Rejda

32

 Marine Insurance,

Lecture

George E Rejda

33

Fire Insurance,

Lecture

George E Rejda

34

 Liability Insurance

Lecture

George E Rejda

35

Guarantee Insurance

Lecture

Emmett J. Vaughan,

36

Health Insurance

Lecture

Emmett J. Vaughan,

37

Vehicle Insurance

Lecture

Emmett J. Vaughan,

38

Insurability

 

Lecture

Emmett J. Vaughan,

39

Indemnification

 

Lecture

Books published by Insurance Institute of India.

 

40

Claims

 

Lecture

Books published by Insurance Institute of India.

 

41

Controversies

 

Lecture

Books published by Insurance Institute of India.

 

42

Moral Hazard

Lecture

Books published by Insurance Institute of India.

 

 

Revision of all Unit

 



 

 

 Student Learning Outcomes

 

At the end of this course students should be able to:

 

 

Explain nature and principles of Insurance

Describe the features of Life Insurance

Describe the features of General Insurance

Explain the regulatory framework of Insurance in India

Explain various types of risks

Identify and categorize the various risks face by an organization

Explain the various risk control measures available

Design a risk management program for a business organization.

Suggest ways to finance risk.

Apply the insurance mechanism in risk management.


                           BANKING OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

                                                  (BBA 302)

                                          COURSE OBJECTIVE

  • To understand the concept ,utility and applications of banking services in our daily life.
  • To get acquainted with the changed role of banking post 1991 reforms.
  • To understand the basic concepts of regulatory environment of commercial banks in India
  • To know the lending and borrowing rates along with the various mandatory reserves.
  • To understand the procedural compliance by bank's functionality
  • To make students aware about operational aspects of commercial banks in India

                                                     SYLLABUS

Unit I

 Indian financial System, Banking System in India, Financial sector reforms in India, RBI – role, functions, monetary policy and credit control, commercial banking in India, Regulatory Environment for commercial bank in Indian core banking.

 Unit II

 Operational Aspect of commercial banks in India, Relationship between Banker and customers, Types of customer a/c, Cheques, Endorsement, Presentment, Dishonour, Rights and liabilities of Paying and collecting Banker, Time Value of money – calculation of interest on loan & deposits, EMIs, Present Value, future value and loan Amortization

Unit III 

Negotiable Instruments, Bills of Exchange and Promissory notes, Rights and liabilities of parties, Bills discounting and Purchasing, ancillary Services of the Bankers.

 Unit IV

 Employment of funds by Commercial Banks Financial statement analysis, Types of securities, mode of creating charge, Bank guarantees, Asset – liability management in commercial Banks. Basel norms. 

COURSE OUTCOME

After successful completion of this course students will be able to -

  • recognize the functioning and working of various banking institutions in India thus in turn promoting it to the working of Indian Economy.
  • get the deep insights of banking system in India.
  • understand the regulatory environment for working of commercial banks in India.
  • apply the concept and utility of banking services in their daily life.
  • explain the changing scenario of banking industry. 

SUGGESTED READINGS

 1. Shrelekhar: Banking 

2. Jaiswal Bimal : Banking Operations Management

 3. Jhinghan M.L. : Banking Theory & Practice

                                            LESSON PLAN

SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES

LUCKNOW.

Lesson Plan.

 

 

Faculty Name: Ms. Akanchha Singh              Programme – BBA  3rd  sem

Subject:    Banking Operations Management        

Lecture

No.

Unit.

Topic

Mode of Teaching

Reference.

1.

1

Indian financial System

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

2.

Banking system in India

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

3.

Financial sector reforms in India

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

4.

Continued…

 

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

5.

RBI- role & functions

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

6.

Monetary policy

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

7.

Credit control

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

8.

Continued…

 

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

9.

Commercial banking in India

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

10.

 Regulatory environment for commercial bank in Indian core banking

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

11.

Assignment for UNIT -1

     -

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

12.

2

Operational aspect of commercial banks in India

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

13.

Relationship between Banker and Customers

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

14.

Types of cheque & endorsement

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

15.

Dishonour of cheque

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

16.

Presentment

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

17.

Right and liability of paying and collecting banker

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

18.

Continued

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

19.

Time Value of  Money

 

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

20.

Present value of money.

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

21.

 

Future value and loan Amortization

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

22.

 

Assignment for UNIT-2

      -

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

23.

3

Negotiable Instruments: Bills of Exchange

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

24.

Negotiable Instruments and its features

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

25.

Characteristics of negotiable instruments

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

26.

Promissory Notes, Bills of Exchange and Cheque

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

27.

Right and liability of parties

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

28.

Ancillary Services of the bankers

 

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

29.

Continued…

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

30.

Bill discounting & Bill Purchasing

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

31.

Assignment for UNIT-3

 

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

32.

4

Employment of funds by commercial banks

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

33.

Securities: concept and types

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

34.

Bank guarantees

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

35.

Mode of creating charge

Lecture

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

36.

Type of customer Accounts

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

37.

Basel norms

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

38.

Continued…

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

39.

E- banking

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

40.

 

Continued…

Lecture.

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

41.

 

Assignment for UNIT-4

    -

Bimal Jaiswal, M.L. Jinghan

                   


BBA 103 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

The course aims to build the competency for preparing, analyzing and interpreting financial statements.

Unit I : Nature and function of financial Reporting. Accounting and accounting system, Information perception of different uses, Measures of return, Ethical issues in accounting, Basic Accounting concepts and conventions, GAAP.

Unit II : Source Documents, classification of accounts , Recording, posting of transactions , Preparation of trial balance for service and merchandise business, adjustment of accounts, closing of accounts, completing the accounting cycle measuring business income

, Financial statements of manufacturing businesses.

Unit III : Meaning and reporting of assets / liabilities, Internal control systems for cash , bank reconciliation, accounting for receivables and inventories , capital and revenue expenditure, Depreciation accounting, Accounting for liabilities, Accounting for Share capital, preference share and buy back of shares.

Unit IV: Analysis of Accounting Information: Financial statement analysis and application, Statement of cash flow, preparation and interpretation

 

 

 

SUGGESTED READINGS

Grewal, T.S. - Double Entry Book-keeping Agarwal, B.B. - Higher Accountancy Shukla, M.C. - Advanced Accountany

Maheshwari, S.N. - Introductions to Advanced Accountancy



 B.B.A Semester 1

Financial Accounting

 

Dr. Dolly Roy Choudhary

 

 

UNITS

NO.

TOPIC TO BE COVERED

Lecture

REFERENCE

UNIT-I

 

(Lectures:8)

1

Nature/Function of Financial Reporting

Lecture

Agarwal, B.B.

2

Accounting and Accounting System

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

3

Information Perception of different users

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

4

Measures of Return

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

5

Ethical issues in accounting

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

6

Accounting Concepts

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

7

Accounting Conventions

Lecture

Grewal, T.S. -

 

8

GAAP

Lecture

Grewal, T.S. -

UNIT-II

 

(Lectures:8)

9

Source Documents

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

10

Classification of Accounts

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

11

Recording/ Journal

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

12

contd

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

13

Posting/ Ledger contd

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

14

contd

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

15

Trial Balance/ Service/ Merchandise

Lecture

Grewal, T.S. -

16

Adjustment of accounts

Lecture

Grewal, T.S. -

17

Closing of accounts

Lecture

Grewal, T.S. -

18

Accounting Cycle

Lecture

Grewal, T.S. -

19

Financial Statements of manufacturing Business

Lecture

Grewal, T.S. -

 

20

contd

Lecture

Grewal, T.S. -

UNIT-III

 

(Lectures:12)

21

Reporting of Assets

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

22

Reporting of Liabilities

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

23

Internal Control for Cash

Lecture

Maheshwari, S.N. -

24

BRS

Lecture

Maheshwari, S.N. -

25

contd

Lecture

Maheshwari, S.N. -

26

Accounting for Inventory/ Receivables

Lecture

Maheshwari, S.N. -

27

Capital and Revenue expenditure

Lecture

Maheshwari, S.N. -

 

28

Depreciation

Lecture

Maheshwari, S.N. -

 

29

contd

Lecture

Maheshwari, S.N. -

 

30

Share Capital

Lecture

Maheshwari, S.N. -

 

31

Prefence shares

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

 

32

Buy-Back of Shares

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

UNIT-IV

 

(Lectures:7)

33

contd

Lecture

S.M.Shukla

34

Cash Flow

Lecture

Shukla, M.C.

35

contd

Lecture

Shukla, M.C.

36

contd

Lecture

Shukla, M.C.

37

Financial Statement Analysis

Lecture

Shukla, M.C.

38

Application

Lecture

Shukla, M.C.

39

contd

Lecture

Shukla, M.C.

40

contd

Lecture

Shukla, M.C.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


COURSE OUTCOME

 

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

• Acquire conceptual knowledge of basics of accounting. 

• Identify events that need to be recorded in the accounting records. 

• Develop the skill of recording financial transactions and preparation of reports in accordance with GAAP.

• Describe the role of accounting information and its limitations.

• Equip with the knowledge of accounting process and preparation of final accounts of sole trader. 

• Identify and analyze the reasons for the difference between cash book and pass book balances.

• Recognize circumstances providing for increased exposure to errors and frauds.

• Determine the useful life and value of the asset.




BBA 104 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS


The course aims to acquaint the students with micro and macro economic fundamentals required for business analysis.


Unit I: Introduction - Meaning, nature and scope of Managerial Economics, Significance in decision making. Fundamental principles, Demand Analysis- Introduction to Law of demand, types of demand, individual and market demand, curves & schedule, Demand determinants, Importance in decision making. Demand Forecasting - meaning and methods. Elasticity of Demand – Meaning, types, measurement and significance.


Unit II: Production Function - Meaning, Law of variable Proportions, Returns to scale. Iso-Product Curves- meaning and features, Cost Concepts - Meaning and types of Costs, Cost – output relationship in short and long run. Break Even Point-Meaning , features and significance.


Unit III: Market Structure and Pricing Theory - Pricing under different market conditions - perfect competition, imperfect competition and monopoly. Price discrimination under monopoly and necessary condition and degrees of price discrimination.


Unit IV: National Income- Meaning, concepts, various methods of measurement, Difficulties in measuring National Income, Trade Cycle- Introduction, various phases of trade cycle, Hicks Theory of trade cycle, Keynes Theory of Trade cycle.


SUGGESTED READINGS

1. Stonier & Hague -Test Book of Economics

2. Sundaram & Vaish - Principles of Economics

3. K.K. Dewett - Principles of Economics


FACULTY NAME:- DR. REKHA SINGH

BBA 3rd SEMESTER– UNIVERSITY OF LUCKNOW

BBA 305- ORGANIZATION BEHAVIOUR

Course Objectives:

1.  To  enhance  the  understanding  of  the  dynamics  of  interactions  between  individual  and  the organization.

2.  To facilitate a clear perspective to diagnose and effectively handle human  behavior issues in

Organizations.

3.  To  develop  greater  insight  into  their  own  behavior  in  interpersonal  and  group,  team,

situations.

Course Outcomes:-

On completion of this course, the students will be able to

CO1: Demonstrate the applicability of the concept of organizational behavior to understand the behavior of people in the organization.

CO2: Demonstrate the applicability of analyzing the complexities associated with management of individual behavior in the organization.

 CO3: Analyze the complexities associated with management of the group behavior in the organization.

CO4: Demonstrate how the organizational behavior can integrate in understanding the motivation (why) behind behavior of people in the organization.

SYLLABUS

 

Unit I: Meaning and development of Organizational Behaviour, Need for Organizational Behaviour, Challenged and opportunities for

Organizational Behaviour , Organizational Behaviour Model.

Unit II: Perception: Components, factors influencing perception process; Personality: Determinants, theories, measurement;

Motivation: Meaning, types and theories; Learning: Meaning, models of learning.

Unit III: Group formation and development, inter-group conflict, Nature, process and resolution techniques; Communication process,

meaning, barriers and methods to overcome barriers; Leadership: meaning, style, models of leadership

Unit IV: Group Dynamics, Group Cohesiveness. Stress: Causes, Stages and effects; Organizational Culture; Organizational Change and development.


BBA 3rd Sem.

502 FINANCIAL SERVICES

The subject aims to provide the basic insights into the different types of financial services and the regulatory prescriptions for the same.

 Unit I: 

Introduction to financial services. Fund and fee based services, Utility and significance; NBFCs.

Unit II: 

Leasing and Hire Purchase

Unit III: 

Factoring, Bill Discounting, Credit card services

Unit IV: 

Merchant Banking and advisory services; IPOs.

 

 SUGGESTED READINGS-

1. P. Chandra, Financial Management

2. J. Vanhorne, Financial Management & Policy


The course aims to familiarize the students with computers & its applications in the field of business. 

UNIT I: Basics of computers and their evolution- Characteristics of Computer, Application of Computer, Various fields of Computer, Classification of Computer, Generation of Computer, Types of Software, Compiler & Interpreter, Generation of Language, Data representation - Different Number Systems, Inter Conversion between Number Systems, Binary Arithmetic

UNIT II: Input devices: Keyboard, Point & draw devices, Data Scanning Devices, Digitizer, etc, Output Devices: Monitors, Printers, Plotters, Voice Response System, etc., Main Memory / Primary Memory: RAM, ROM, PROM, EPROM: Cache Memory, Secondary Memory, SASD, DASD Concept, Magnetic Tape, Magnetic Disk, Optical Disk, etc. Business Data Processing: File Management System, Database Management System 

UNIT III: Operating System Concept: Introduction to Operating System, Functions of Operating System, Types of Operating System, Details of Basic System configuration. Introduction to GUI-Windows Operating System, All Directory Manipulations, File Manipulation. Introduction to Word Processor, Spread Sheets, PowerPoint. 

UNIT IV: Concept Of Data Communication & Networking: Network Concepts, Types of Network, Communication Media, Modes of Transmission, Analog & Digital Transmission, Synchronous & Asynchronous Transmission, Different Topologies, Introduction to Internet


 SUGGESTED READINGS 1. Govindraju, S. - Introduction to Computer Science 2. Jain, V.K. - Computer and Beginners 3. Sinha, P.K. - Fundamentals of Computers 4. Norton, Peter - Dos 5.0/6 5. Ram, B. - Computer Fundamentals

The course aims to familiarize the students with the basic concepts of Retail & Rural Marketing, the nature of the  Consumer, and marketing of agricultural inputs and produce.

Course Outcome:

1. Examine insights into all functional areas of retailing

 2. Create Accounts of essential principles of retailing.

3. Analyse perspective of the Indian retailing scenario

4. Categorize issues in rural markets and

5. Analyze marketing environment, consumer behavior, distribution channels, marketing strategies, etc. in the context of rural markets in India


Objective: The course aims to prepare students for planning and managing their finances ensuring economic independence 

and growth of wealth.

Unit- 1

Personal Financial Basics, Time Value of Money, Financial Aspects of Career Planning, Money Management Strategy: Statements 

and Budgeting, Planning Your Tax Strategy 

Unit-2

MANAGING YOUR PERSONAL FINANCES: Savings Plans and Payment Accounts, Introduction to Consumer Credit, Choosing a 

Source of Credit: The Cost of Credit Alternatives, Consumer Purchasing Strategies and Legal Protection 

Unit-3

INVESTING YOUR FINANCIAL RESOURCES :Investing Fundamentals, Investing in Stocks, Investing in Bonds, Investing in 

Mutual Funds, Investing in Real Estate and Other Investment Alternatives ,The Housing Decision: Factors and Finances.

Unit-4

INSURING YOUR RESOURCES: Property and Motor Vehicle Insurance, Health, Disability, and Long-Term Care Insurance, Life 

Insurance, CONTROLLING YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE: starting Early: Retirement Planning, Estate Planning 

Suggested Readings:

Jack Kapoor, Les Dalbay, Robert J. Hughes Personal Finance

Jack Kapoor-personal Finance, TMH

Shaikh M W- Personal Finance

Lokatia RN- Tax smart personal investment A-Z

              BBA 304 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING

UNIT I:

Management accountIng: DefInItIon, DIfferences wIth fInancIal accountIng, Management process & accountIng, The value chaIn of busIness functIon, IntroductIon to CVP relatIonshIps, Measurement of Cost BehavIour

UNIT II:

 IntroductIon to manufacturIng costs, job costIng , process costIng , actIvIty based costIng,.

UNIT III: 

Relevant InformatIon & decIsIon makIng, SpecIal order & addItIon, deletIon of product and servIces, OptImal uses of lImIted resources, PrIcIng decIsIons, Make or buy decIsIon, JoIn product cost.

UNIT IV:

 PreparIng the master budget and functIons budgets, FlexIble budgets, VarIance analysIs, IntroductIon to Management Control Systems.


Subject- INDIAN ECONOMY


UNIT-1

 Concept and Features of Developing and Developed economy, Nature and structure of Indian Economy, Characteristics and problems of Indian Economy, Planning in India: Five year plans – Achievements and failures, NITI Aayog.

 Unit –II

 Indian Agriculture –Its features and problems. Agricultural development in planned era.Green revolution, Agricultural marketing. Problem of unemployment, Forms of Unemployment, Employment Generation and Poverty Alleviation Programmes in India.

Unit –III

 Indian Industry: Large scale, small scale and cottage industries, MSME, MUDRA Scheme Industrial development during five year plans, Industrial policy-Make in India, Industrial Sickness, Industrial finance: Sources and Institutions. 

UNIT-IV

 Infrastructure in the Indian Economy, Energy Sector: Sources, Energy crisis and measures to tackle. Population growth and Population explosion, Population Policy and programmes. 

Books Recommended: 

1. Datta and Sundaram – Indian Economy (English & Hindi)

 2. Misra S.K. and Puri V.K. – Indian Economy (English & Hindi)

B.Com (Third Sem)

Paper IV : PUBLIC FINANCE

UNIT I

Introduction: Meaning & Scope of Public Finance; Public goods vs. Private goods; Principle of Maximum Social Advantage; Public Budget , Techniques of Budgeting (ZBB, PBB).

UNIT II

Public Expenditure: Meaning & Nature, Wagner’s views on increasing state activities Wiseman-peacock hypothesis, Canons and classification of public expenditure; effects on production, distribution and economic stability.

UNIT III

Public Revenue: Main sources of revenue, Tax revenue, Direct and Indirect Taxes, Progressive, proportional & Regressive Taxes, Value added tax and GST, The Division of tax burden- Impact and Incidence of a tax, effects on production & distribution. Public Debt: Role and classification of Public debt and methods of their redemption. Deficit Financing.

 UNIT IV

Indian Public Finance: Different types of Budgetary Deficits; Financial Federalism under constitution, Finance Commission- meaning and current Finance Commission, Budgetary Procedure and Financial Control in India. Fiscal Consolidation and FRBM Act.

 Suggested Readings

1. Joseph E. Stiglitz, Economics of the Public Sector

2. R.A. Musgrave and P.B. Musgrave, Public Finance in Theory & Practice

3. Maheshwari K L, R K Maheshwari, Public Finance

4. Kaushik Basu and A. Maertens (ed.),

5. Lekhi ,R K- Public Finance

6.Bhatia, H L- Public Finance

7. Maheshwari K L, R K Maheshwari, Rajasva

8. Maheshwari K L, R K Maheshwari, Lok Vitt

9. Recent Budget Documents.


5th SEMESTER SYLLABUS

Paper III : MACRO ECONOMICS

 

Unit- I

Concept and scope of Macro-Economics; Macro-economic Paradoxes: wage-employment paradox and paradox of thrift, The Circular flow of Income and expenditure.

The Analysis and Measurement of Economic Activity - National Income Accounting: Concept and Definitions of National Income. Various components of National Income, Methods of Measurement of National Income and Welfare.

Unit – II

Classical Macroeconomic Models – Say’s Law, Quantity Theory of Money, Wage-Price Flexibility and Full employment.

Aggregate Expenditure – Consumption Function: Concepts of propensities of consumption and saving. Absolute Income Hypothesis, Relative Income Hypothesis; Consumption Puzzle and Permanent Consumption Hypothesis. Investment Function: Types, Marginal Efficiency of Capital (MEC) and Marginal Efficiency of Investment (MEI).

 

Unit –III

The Concept of Multiplier; National Income Determination in an Open Economy

IS-LM Analysis - Derivation of IS and LM Functions; Joint determination of National Income and rate of Interest and Shift and IS and LM Curves.

 

Unit-IV

Theory of Inflation – Meaning, types and measurement, Demand Pull and Cost Push Inflation. The Philips Curve, Effects of Inflation, Anti-Inflation Policies – Monetary and Fiscal Policies.

Business Cycles – concept, types and phases; Keynes, Hawtrey, Hicks Models.

 

Suggested Readings:

1. Dornbusch, Fischer and Startz, Macroeconomics, McGraw Hill.

2. N. Gregory Mankiw. Macroeconomics, Worth Publishers.

3. Richard T. Froyen, Macroeconomics, Pearson Education Asia.

4. Errol D‘Souza, Macroeconomics, Pearson Education.

5. J V Vaishampayan, Macroeconomic Theory and Policy, New Royal Book Publication (Hindi & English).

6. Maheshwari K.L. & Maheshwari R.K. – Macro Economics

7. H L Ahuja, Macroeconomic Theory, S Chand Publication.

8. D N Dwivedi, Macroeconomic Theory.


Lecture No

Topics

Lecture/ Case Study/

Presentation/

Quiz/

Test

Reference

1

Introduction of Macro Economic

Lecture

Macro Economics Theory : M L Jhingan

2

Concept/Scope and Nature of Macro Economic

Lecture

Macro Economics Theory : M L Jhingan

3

Limitations of Macro economics

Lecture

Macro Economics Theory : M L Jhingan

4

Macro Static & Macro Dynamics

Lecture

Macro Economics Theory : M L Jhingan

5

Circular Flow of Income and expenditure

Lecture

Macro Economics Theory : M L Jhingan

6

National Income accounting, concept of national income

Lecture

Macro Economics Theory : M L Jhingan

7

Method of NI measurements

Lecture

Macro Economics Theory : M L Jhingan

8

Method of NI measurements

Lecture

Macro Economics Theory : M L Jhingan

9

Method of NI measurements

Lecture

Macro Economics Theory : M L Jhingan

10

Method of NI measurements

Lecture

Macro Economics Theory : M L Jhingan

11

Paradox of thrift

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet

12

Wage-employment paradox

Lecture

Macro Economics Theory : M L Jhingan

13

Approaches of NI

Lecture

Macro Economics Theory : M L Jhingan

14

Welfare and National Income

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet

15

Welfare and National Income

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet

16

Revision of Unit 1

 

 

17

Say’s Law

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

18

Quantity Theory of Money

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

19

Wage-Price Flexibility and Full employment

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

20

Consumption Function

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

21

Concepts of propensities of consumption and saving

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

22

Absolute Income Hypothesis

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

23

Relative Income Hypothesis

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

24

Consumption Puzzle and Permanent Consumption Hypothesis

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

25

Investment Function

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

26

Types

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

27

Marginal Efficiency of Capital (MEC)

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

28

Marginal Efficiency of Investment (MEI)

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

29

Relation between MEC and MEI

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

30

Revision of Unit 2

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

31

The Concept of Multiplier; National Income Determination in an Open Economy

 

 

32

The Derivation and Shift in IS and LM Curves,

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

33

Joint determination of National Income and rate of Interest and Shift and IS and LM Curves.

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

34

Revision of Unit 3rd 

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

35

Theory of Inflation, Concepts of Inflation

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

36

Inflationary Gaps Demand Pull and Cost Push Inflation

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

37

The Philips Curve

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

38

Effects of Inflation, Anti-Inflation Policies – Monetary and Fiscal Policies

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

39

Anti-Inflation Policies – Monetary and Fiscal Policies

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

40

Effects of Inflation, Anti-Inflation Policies – Monetary and Fiscal Policies

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

41

Business Cycles – concept, types and phases

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

42

Keynes, Hawtrey, Hicks Models.

Lecture

Modern economic theory : KK Deweet, Ml jingan, GL gupta

 

Revision of all Unit

 



 Course Learning Outcomes.

· Explain what economics is and explain why it is important

· Use graphs in common economic applications

· Explain the cost of choices and trade-offs

· Illustrate society’s trade-offs by using a production possibility curve

· Explain the assumption of rationality by individuals and firms

· Describe and differentiate between major economic systems

· Explain the determinants of demand

· Explain the determinants of supply

· Explain and graphically illustrate market equilibrium, surplus and shortage

· Analyze the economic effect of government setting price ceilings and floors

· Define, calculate, and illustrate consumer, producer, and total surplus

· Examine ways that supply and demand apply to labor and financial markets

· Explain the concept of elasticity

· Explain the price elasticity of demand and price elasticity of supply, and  compute both using the midpoint method

· Explain and calculate other elasticities using common economic variables

· Explain the relationship between a firm’s price elasticity of demand and total revenue

· Define macroeconomics and explain how economic indicators like GDP are used to assess the state of the economy

· Differentiate between and calculate nominal and real GDP

· Describe economic growth

· Understand that economic growth is a relatively recent phenomenon, and identify key institutional factors that contribute to economic growth

· Examine causes and types of unemployment, including cyclical, frictional, structural, and natural unemployment

· Define inflation and explain how the rate of inflation is calculated

· Identify the consequences of inflation



                                      SELLING AND ADVERTISING

                                              COURSE OBJECTIVE

  • To provide comprehensive introduction of  key components , frameworks and methods used in the selling process and in sales management.
  • T o develop relationship strategies , product strategies , customer strategies and presentation strategies that advance the sale.
  • To make students aware about effective selling techniques .
  • To demonstrate an understanding of the overall role advertising plays in the business world.
  • To provide a clear understanding of advertising strategies and budgets.
  • To identify and understand the various advertising media and model.
                                                          SYLLABUS

Unit –I:
Selling: Concept, Nature and Role in Marketing. Personal Selling: Evolving face of Personal Selling, Nature and importance of Personal Selling, Characteristics of a successful salesperson, Sales as a career option, Sales training, Consumer psychology and buying motives, difference between selling of of consumer and Industrial Products
 Unit –II:
Selling process: Prospecting, Pre-approach, Approach, Sales presentation and demonstration, Handling objections, Closing the sale, After sale service. Effective selling techniques, role of relationship marketing in personal selling, tools of selling, motivating and Remunerating Salespersons.
Unit –III:
 Advertising: Concept, role, functions, scope and types, Economic, Social, Legal and Ethical aspects of Advertising. Advertising Appeals: Meaning, types and methods, advertising as a persuasive communication process. Advertising Design: Characteristics and basic elements of Advertising copy. Creation, Production and Planning of Advertisements. Advertising Budget: Types, components and process of preparing. Advertising Agency: Functions and selection of agency.
Unit –IV:
 Advertising as a component of Integrated Marketing Communication, AIDA and DAGMAR model. Advertising Media: Types (Print, Outdoor, Electronic and other), Characteristics, merits and limitations of each media type. Media planning: Selection of media category; their reach, frequency, impact, cost and other factors influencing media choice. Problems in reaching rural and remote audience. Evaluation of Advertising effectiveness: Importance, difficulties and methods of measuring advertising effectiveness.
 
                                             COURSE OUTCOME
After successful completion of this course student will be able to -
  • design, execute, document and critique a comprehensive sales strategy for a real organization.
  • understand the further scope of sales as a career option.
  • determine,analyze and respond to clients' advertising and marketing communications objectives by applying the principles of advertising.
  • develop an integrated advertising and marketing communication plan  and persuasively present and defend it.
  • evaluate the effectiveness of integrated advertising and marketing communications initiatives.
  • develop creative solutions to address advertising and marketing communications challenges.
  • articulate creative strategies for advertising.
Suggested Readings:

  •  Sales Management by Candiff& Still, Pearson
  • Advertising Management by Batra, Aaker, Pearson
  •  Advertising, Sales and Promotion Management by S.A. Chunawala, Himalaya Publication
  • Sales Management by Pradip Malik, Oxford Publication
                                                     LESSON PLAN


Course Objective

To obtain an understanding and ability to use basic business financial management concepts and tools of analysis such as valuation, risk-return relationships, financial statement analysis, capital budgeting, cost of capital, capital structure and working capital management, and to become familiar with the various types of financing available to a firm.


B.Com.   3RD SEMESTER                        Faculty - Dr. Dolly Roy Choudhary

COURSE CONTENT 

Business Finance 

Unit I :

Nature, Scope, Significance of Business Finance, Financial Goals, Finance Function, Duties, Responsibilities of a Finance Manager, Capital market : functions, types & significance.

 

Unit II :

Capitalisation : Concept, Over and Under-capitalisation : causes and remedies. Capital structure : Concept, Cost of Capital, Capital Budgeting.

 

Unit III :

Long term and short term, sources of capital – Owned and borrowed, Trade Credit, Bank credit, commercial papers etc., Analysis of Profitability, Activity, Liquidity, Solvency and Performance.

 

Unit IV :

Concept, Determinants and Sources of Working Capital, Fixed and Variable working capital, Estimation of working capital requirements, Financing Approaches to working capital.

 

Books recommended :

1. Kumar, A., Misra, P & Singh, D. – Financial Management

2. Kulshreshtha, R.S. – Financial Management (Hindi)

3. Srivastava, R.M. – Financial Management

4. Pandey, I.M. - Financial Management

5. Khan and Jain - Financial Management

Rastogi - Financial Management



 B.COM.

Semester 3

Business Finance

 

Dr. Dolly Roy Choudhary

 

UNITS

NO. OF LECTURES

TOPIC TO BE COVERED

Lecture

REFERENCE

UNIT-I

 

(Lectures:8)

1

Nature/ Scope/Significance of Business Finance

Lecture

S.M. Shukla

2

Financial Goals

Lecture

S.M. Shukla

3

Finance Functions/ Duties

Lecture

S.M. Shukla

4

Responsibilities of a Finance Manager

Lecture

S.M. Shukla

5

Capital Market types

Lecture

S.M. Shukla

6

Functions

Lecture

S.M. Shukla

7

Significance

Lecture

S.M. Shukla

 

8

Revision/ Paper Solving

Lecture

S.M. Shukla

UNIT-II

 

(Lectures:8)

9

Capitalisation

Lecture

I.M. Pandey

10

Over Cap –causes and remedies

Lecture

I.M. Pandey

11

Under Cap- causes and remedies

Lecture

I.M. Pandey

12

Capital Structure

Lecture

I.M. Pandey

13

Questions

Lecture

I.M. Pandey

14

Cost of Capital

Lecture

I.M. Pandey

15

Questions

Lecture

I.M. Pandey

16

Questions

Lecture

I.M. Pandey

UNIT-III

 

(Lectures:7)

17

Capital Budgeting

Lecture

Bimal Jaiswal

18

Questions

Lecture

Bimal Jaiswal

19

Questions

Lecture

Bimal Jaiswal

20

Questions

Lecture

Bimal Jaiswal

21

Long term /short term sources of capital

Lecture

Bimal Jaiswal

22

Owned/Borrowed

Lecture

Bimal Jaiswal

23

Trade Credit/ Bank Credit/CP

Lecture

Bimal Jaiswal

UNIT-IV

 

(Lectures:7)

24

Ratio Profitability

Lecture

C.A. Study Material

25

Activity

Lecture

C.A. Study Material

26

Liquidity

Lecture

C.A. Study Material

27

Solvency

Lecture

C.A. Study Material

28

Performance

Lecture

C.A. Study Material

29

Working capital basics

Lecture

C.A. Study Material

30

Fixed and variable working capital

Lecture

C.A. Study Material

31

Estimation of WC requirements

Lecture

C.A. Study Material

32

Financing APPROACHES to WC

Lecture

C.A. Study Material

33

Questions

Lecture

 

34

Questions

Lecture

 

35

Paper Solving

Lecture

 

36

Test

 

 

37

Test

 

 

 

38

Test

 


 Student Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course students should be able to:

 1. Analyze financial statements using standard financial ratios of liquidity, activity, debt,      profitability, and market value.

 2. Apply techniques to project financial statements for forecasting long-term financial needs

 3. Explain the role of short-term financial management, and the key strategies and techniques used to manage cash, marketable securities, accounts receivable and inventory.

 4. Identify the major sources of short-term financing available to the firm.

 5. Apply future value and present value concepts to single sums, mixed streams, and annuities.

 6. Apply time value, risk, and return concepts. Apply valuation techniques to bonds.

 7. Identify  relevant cash flows for capital budgeting projects and apply various methods to analyze projects.

8. Apply the concept of risk, its measurement for single assets and portfolios, various types of risk, the source and use of beta.

9. Apply techniques for estimating the cost of each component of the cost of capital .

10. Identify the various long-term sources of funds for a firm.



Course Syllabus

Unit I

Introduction, Nature of Management, Evolution of Management Thought – various theories and approaches, Contribution of Peter Drucker to Value creation, Management Process,

Unit II

Planning: Objectives, Policy & Strategy, Forecasting, Decision Making, Organizing: Organization Theory, Design of organization structure, Authority & Responsibility, Line and Staff Relationships, Departmentation, Delegation, Centralization and Decentralization.

Unit III

Staffing,Fundamentals of staffing, Recruitment & Selection, Training & Development, Performance Appraisal. Directing,Fundamentals of Directing,Fundamentals of motivation, Leadership

Unit IV

Co-ordination, Controlling: Nature and Scope of Control, Types of Control, Control Process, Management by Exception (MBE), Effective Control System, Control Techniques - Traditional and Modern.

Suggested Readings:

Koontz, Essentials of Management, Tata Mc Graw Hill

P.C. Tripathi, P.N. Pandey, Principles of Management, Tata McGraw Hill

V.S.P. Rao, Management Txt and Cases: Excel Publication,

Course Syllabus

Unit I: Introduction: Nature and scope of marketing: Importance of marketing, functions, Marketing concepts- traditional and modern; Selling Vs. Marketing; Marketing mix; Marketing environment, E-marketing.

Unit-II: Consumer Behaviour, Nature, scope and significance of consumer behaviour; Bases of Consumer Behaviour, Market segmentation- Concept and importance; basis for market segmentationPromotion; Methods of promotion; promotion mix; Personal selling.

Unit-III: Product: Concept of product, consumer and industrial goods; Product planning and development; Product life cycle, Packaging – role and functions; Brand name and trade mark. Price: Importance of price in the marketing; Factors affecting price of a product, kinds and method of pricing.

Unit-IV: Distribution Channels – concept and roles; Types of distribution channels; factors affecting choice of a distribution channel; Retailer and wholesaler; physical distribution of goodsTransportation; warehousing; inventory control; order processing.

Books Recommended:

1. Maheshwari K.L., Maheshwari R.K. & Ram Milan – Marketing Management

2. Prof. A. Chatterjee & Dr. R.K. Chaturvedi – Marketing Fundamentals – A Contemporary Insight

3. Agarwal, R.L. & Agarwal, D.P. – Viparan Ke Sidhant Tatha Neetiyan

4. Gupta, A.P. – Bharat Mein Viparan Ke Sidhant Thata Vyohar

5. Gupta, A.P. – Marketing of Agricultural Produce in India

6. Varshney, R.L. & Gupta, S.P. – International Marketing Managment

7. Kotler, Phillip – Marketing Management Analysis Planning and Control

8. S.P. Bansal – Marketing Management

9. R.S.N. Pillai & Bagarathi – Modern Market

10. C.B. Gupta & Dr. N. Rajan Nair – Marketing Management

11. Debray Dutta & Mahua Dutta - Marketing Management

12. Dr. Ajit Kumar Shukla - Marketing Management


Lesson Plan

LOGO SMS1
SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
LUCKNOW
Lesson Plan
Faculty Name:  Dr. Urooj Ahmad Siddiqui                                   Program: B.Com 3rd Sem
Subject Name: Principles & Practices of Marketing                      Subject Code: Paper II
Unit No. Lecture No. Topic Methodology      L - Lecture,          P - PPT,               CS - Case Study Ref. Book
I 1 Marketing Introduction  L Book 1: Marketing Management, Asian Perspective,
2 Nature & Scope of marketing L
3 Importance of marketing as a business function L
4 Marketing concepts- traditional and modern L Author/s - Kotler, Kelly, Koshy,  Jha
5 Marketing Evolution L Publication: Pearson
6 Selling Vs. Marketing L  
7 Selling Vs. Marketing Cont. L Book 2: Marketing Fundamentals
8 Marketing mix L Author/s - Chatterjee & Chaturvedi
9 Marketing environment L Publication: New Royal
10 E-Marketing L  
II 11 Consumer Behaviour: Introduction & Nature L  
12 Consumer Behaviour: Scope and significance L
13 Consumer Behaviour and Market Segmentation L  
14 Market Segmentation Concept and importance L  
15 Basis for market segmentation L  
16 Basis for market segmentation cont. L  
17 Promotion: Methods of promotion L
18 Promotion mix L  
19 Personal selling L  
20 Product: Concept of product L  
III 21 Consumer and industrial goods L  
22 Product planning and development L  
23 Product life cycle concept & stages L
24 Product life cycle cont. L  
25 Packaging – role and function L  
26 Brand name and trade mark L  
27 Price: Importance of price in the marketing L  
28 Factors affecting price of a product L
29 Kinds of pricing L  
30 Methods of pricing L  
IV 31 Distribution Channels – concept and role L  
32 Types of distribution channels L  
33 Types of distribution channels cont. L  
34 Factors affecting choice of a distribution channel L  
35 Retailer and wholesale L  
36 Physical distribution of goods L  
37 Transportation: types & advantages L  
38 Warehousing L  
39 Inventory control L  
40 Order processing L  


SYLLABUS

Paper –III : Micro Economics – Concept, Consumption and Production


Unit – I

Definition and Concepts of Economics: Wealth, Welfare, Scarcity and Growth Oriented definitions, Concept of Scarcity, Optimum Utilization and Equilibrium, Various Forms of Equilibrium. Nature and Scope: Economics as a Science and Art, Normative and Positive Science, Relation with other subjects. Micro and Macro Economics. Inductive and Deductive methods of Economic Analysis.


Unit – II

Consumer Behaviour: – Theory of Demand and its Elasticity; Definition, Types and Measurement of Elasticity. Concept and Types of Utility. Cardinal Approach;, Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility, Law of Equi-diminishing Marginal Utility. Consumer Surplus.Ordinal Approach; Indifference Curves: Meaning, Assumptions, Indifference Map and Properties. Consumer Equilibrium, Price, Income and Substitution Effects-Hicks’ Approach. Practical Problems.


Unit – III

Producer’s Behavior: – Production and Factors of Production. Laws of Production; Law of Variable Proportions and Return to Scale. Isoquant: Meaning, Assumptions and Properties. Isoquant Map. Producer’s Equilibrium through Isoquants. Practical Problems.


Unit – IV

Cost of Production: – Meaning of Cost: Long-Run and Short-Run Cost. Implicit and Explicit Cost, Accounting and Economic Cost, Total Cost, Fixed Cost, Variable Cost, Average Cost, Average Fixed Cost, Average Variable Cost and Marginal Cost. Opportunity Cost. L-Shaped Cost Curve. Practical Problems.


RECOMMENDED BOOKS:

Samuelson, P. A. - Economics

Varian, H. - Intermediate Micro Economics

Stonier & Hague- A Textbook of Economic Theory

Jhingan,M.L.- Micro-Economic Theory

Vaishampayan, J.V.- Micro Economic Theory

Maheshwari K.L,Maheshwari R.K. & Singh, A.K. - Micro Economics

Lall M. - Micro Economics

Maheshwari K.L,Maheshwari R.K. & Madhu Bhatia- Micro Economics (Hindi)

Vaishampayan, J.V.- Micro Economic Theory (Hindi)

Pant J.C.- Micro Economics (Hindi)


Course- B.com 3 semester

Syllabus-

Unit –I 

Introduction: The Nature and scope of statistics, Definition of statistics. Law of Statistical Regularity: Law of Inertia of Large Numbers. Census and Sampling, Methods of Sampling, Types and Characteristics of Statistical Unit. Methods and instruments of data collection. 

Unit –II 

Classification and Tabulation – Objects, general rules for the construction of tables. Measures of Central Tendency: Mean – Simple and Weighted, Mode, Harmonic and Geometric Mean; Positional Averages- Median, Quartile and Percentiles. 

Unit –III 

Measures of Dispersion, Skewness and Kurtosis – Range, Quartile Deviation, Mean Deviation, Standard Deviation and their coefficients; Measures of Skewness and Kurtosis. 

Correlation Analysis – Scatter diagram, Karl Pearson’s coefficient of correlation, Spearman’s ranking method. 

Unit –IV 

Regression Analysis – Linear regression, regression lines, regression equations.

 Interpolation – Assumptions, Binomial, Newton’s advancing differences, Larganges’ methods.

Suggested Readings: 

1. J. K. Sharma, Business Statistics 

2. S.C. Gupta, Fundamentals of Statistics 

3. S.P. Gupta and Archana Gupta, Elementary Statistics 

4. Richard Levin and David S. Rubin, Statistics for Management 

5. M.R. Spiegel, Theory and Problems of Statistics, Schaum’s Outlines Series 

6. Anoop Kumar Singh, Statistical Methods (English)

7. Anoop Kumar Singh, Statistical Methods (Hindi)

BCOM 1st SEM

Paper –VI : BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

Unit I :Introduction to Business Communication, Characteristics of Effective Organizational Communication, Basic Forms of Communication, Process of Communication, Principles of Effective Business Communication, 7 C’s.

 Unit II : Barriers to Communication, Facilitators to Communication, Effective Listening, Perception & Reality, Role ofOpinion, Attitudes & Beliefs, , Mal-functions of communication, Business Communication Etiquettes,

Unit III: Forms of Business Communication, Written Communication, Oral Communication, Non verbal Communication, Technology of Business Communication, Peculiarities of Communication in Indian Organizations

Unit IV: Conduct of Meeting- Agenda, Notice, Notes, Minutes, Office Memorandum, Office Orders, Press Release, Business LetterWriting-Need, functions & Kinds, Layout of letter writing, Types of letter writing, Report writing- Problems, Organization and techniques of writing business Correspondence: Letter Writing, inviting tenders and quotations, designing quotations, Placing orders, Sales letters, Claim & Adjustment Letters and Social correspondence. Time management in meetings. Modern communication forms: e-mail, video conferencing, social media communication.

 Suggested Readings:

1. Business Communication : Lesikar

2. Business Communication- Sinha K.K.

3. Business Communication- T.N. Chabbra

4. Business Communication- Asha Kaul Partri VR :

5. Essentials of Communication Senguin J:

6. Business Communication: The Real World And Your Career ; Allied Publishers


Unit-I : Nature and scope of business, Social Responsibility of Business, Size of business units, Stock 

Market, Commodity Market, E-business, Business Environment. 

Unit-II : Forms of business organizations and comparative study - Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, 

Joint stock company, co-operative organisation, One Man company. 

Unit –III : Business combination and its types, Rationalisation and automation, Government and 

Business, Methods of Remunerating Labour. 

Unit-IV : Organization process – Importance, Principles, Types of organization Structure Centralisation and Decentralisation, Committees, Departmentation, Delegation of authority

BCH 103 FOREIGN TRADE OF INDIA 


Unit –I: Introduction – Trade its meaning and types. Difference between internal and international trade. Theories of International Trade. India’s Internal TradeCharacteristics and Problems. Coastal trade and trade of Uttar Pradesh. Terms of Trade. Trade : Terminology and abbreviations. 


Unit-II: Foreign Trade of India – Before independence, During Planning Period, Recent trends in India’s Foreign Trade. Major Items of Exports: Composition, Direction and Future Prospects, Major Items of Imports: Composition, Direction and Future Prospects. 


Unit –III: Free Trade and Protective trade policies, India’s Major trading partners. Financing of foreign trade, National Level Financing Institutions: EXIM Bank, ECGC and other institutions in financing of foreign trade, STC, MMTC, SEZ and EPZ. Export promotions. 

Unit –IV: Strategy for Trade Policy in India – General Developments during planning period. Recent World trade Scenario, Recent changes in trade policy, Trade agreements – Bilateral and Multilateral Trade Agreements. GATT & UNCTAD, WTO. India’s Balance of Trade and Balance of Payments. 


SUGGESTED READINGS: 1) Jaiswal Bimal & Singh A.K. – Foreign Trade of India 2) Salvi P.G. – New Directions on India’s Trade policy. 3) Cherrunilam F. – International Trade Export Management 4) Varshney R.L. – India’s Foreign Trade

B.Com (Hons) - II Year

SEMESTER- III BCH 301 COST ACCOUNTING

Unit : I

Introduction: Meaning, Definition, Relevance, objectives and advantages, difference between cost accounting and financial accounting. Classifications of cost, cost unit, cost centre, Elements of cost- Material, labour, Overheads Material: Inventory valuation and control Methods of Pricing of material issues- Material losses and their treatment.

Unit : II

Accounting for Labour Cost Overheads: Classification, allocation, apportionment and absorption of overhead. Machine Hour Rate, unit costing: cost sheet. Statement of cost, Tender Price.

Unit : III

Contract and Job costing, Process costing, Operating Costing. Activity based costing.

Unit : IV

Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis, Reconciliation of cost Accounts with Financial Accounts Cost Control, Cost Audit, Cost Reduction

Suggested Readings:

Cost Accounting M.N. Arora

 Cost Accounting Bimal Jaiswal & Leena Shimpi

 Cost Accounting M. Tuka Ram Rao

Cost Accounting Khan& Jain

Advanced cost Accounting S.P. Jain & Marang

Cost Accounting M.L. Agarwal


BCH 304

MARKETING MANAGEMENT

UNIT I:

Introduction: Nature and scope of marketing, Modern marketing concept, Marketing mix. Marketing management process: an overview. Marketing environment - macro & micro environmental components; consumer buying process; factors influencing consumer buying Behaviour.

 

UNIT II :

Marketing segmentation – meaning & benefits, basis & criteria of segmentation; Positioning – meaning and importance, major basis of positioning a product. Product: Concept, Product classifications, Major product decisions: Product (w.e.f. July 2018) attributes, Branding, Packaging and labelling, after sales service, Concept of product mix and product line.

 

UNIT III :

 Pricing: Significance, Factors affecting price determination, major pricing methods Pricing policies: Geographical pricing, product line pricing, Discounts and rebates. Distribution: Channels of Distribution-Meaning and importance, Types of distribution channels, Functions of distribution middleman. Retailing and Wholesaling: Distribution Logistics; Objectives, concepts and elements and types

 

 UNIT IV:

Promotion: Nature and importance, Communication process, Methods of promotion: their distinctive characteristics, Concept of integrated communication. Promotion mix and factors affecting promotion mix. Rural marketing: Growing Importance; Distinguishing characteristics of rural markets; Understanding rural consumers and rural markets; Marketing mix planning for rural markets

 

SUGGESTED READINGS

 Marketing Management -Ramaswamy & Namakumari, Macmillan

Marketing Management - Arun Kumar & Meenakshi, Vikas

Principles of Marketing - Philip Kotler, Armstrong, Pearson Education


Lesson Plan

Faculty Name:  Dr. Urooj Ahmad Siddiqui                                   Program: B.Com(Hons) V Sem
Subject Name: EXIM Procedures & Documentation                  Subject Code: Paper V
Unit No. Lecture No. Topic Methodology      L - Lecture,          P - PPT,               CS - Case Study Ref. Book
I 1 Introduction to India’s Foreign Trade L Book 1: EXIM Procedures & Documentation
2 India’s foreign trade-Direction and Composition L
3 Exports-planning: Product & market L
4 Exports-planning: Adaption, Standardisation and Packaging L Author/s - Bimal Jaiswal & Kamal Y
5 Export Marketing: Meaning & Importance. L  
6 Getting ready for Exports L
7 Procurement and processing of an export order L Book 2: EXIM Procedures & Documentation
8 Procurement and processing of an export order L
9 Export Contract, INCO Terms L Author/s - Khushpat S. Jain
10 Foreign trade policy L  
II 11 Export Costing & Pricing, Export Documentation L
12 Methods/Terms of payments for Exports: Documentary credit and collection L
13 Methods/Terms of payments for Exports: Documentary credit and collection Cont. L  
14 Export Financing: Pre Shipment and Post Shipment Financing L  
15 Export Financing: Pre Shipment and Post Shipment Financing Cont. L  
16 Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India (ECGC of India) L  
17 Quality control and inspection in Exports L
18 Type of risks & Cargo insurance L  
19 Cargo insurance: Contract and procedures  L  
20 Cargo insurance: Documentation for cargo loss claims L  
III 21 Central Excise and custom clearance Introduction L  
22 Central Excise Exemption & Documentation L  
23 Custom clearance regulations- Procedures and Documentation L
24 Custom clearance regulations- Procedures and Documentation Cont. L  
25 Custom clearance regulations- Procedures and Documentation Cont. L  
26 Containerisation: Practice, Advantages & Disadvantages L  
27 Containerisation: Practice, Advantages & Disadvantages Cont. L  
28 CONCOR: Inland Container Depot (ICD) L
29 CONCOR: Container Freight Station (CFS) L  
30 Revision L  
IV 31 Institutional Support for India’s Foreign Trade, DGFT L  
32 Export Incentives (Financial & Non- Financial Incentives) L  
33 Schemes for import of capital goods L  
34 Procedures and documentation for new / second hand capital goods L  
35 Export / trading / star trading / superstar trading houses: Objective criteria and benefits L  
36 EH: Procedures and documentation L  
37 Policy for EOU / FTZ/ EPZ units: Objective criteria and benefits L  
38 Policy for EOU / FTZ/ EPZ units: Objective criteria and benefits Cont L  
39 International Logistics. L  
40 International Logistics. L  


BCH 306 BUSINESS ECONOMICS


Unit I

Nature and scope of Business Economics; Relationship between Economic theories

and Business Economics, Law of demand. Elasticity of demand: Concept, types and

methods of measurement; Significant of elasticity of demand in business decisions,

Demand Estimation and Demand Forecasting. Indifference Curve Technique: Some

applications of indifference curves.


Unit II

Production Function; Cobb Douglas Production Function, Law of Returns; Returns to

scale and scope; Economies and diseconomies of scale, Costs in the Short Run; Long-

Run Cost Curves; ‘L’ shaped cost curves, Cost functions ; Derivation of AC and MC

functions-simple calculations. Break Even Analysis. Concept and measurements


Unit III

Price and Output Decisions under Perfect Competition, Monopoly and Monopolistic

Competition through diagrams and numerical measurements. Oligopoly- Features,

price leadership, Kinked Demand under oligopoly. Pricing policies.


Unit IV

National Income Analysis-Concepts and measurements. Consumption function and

investment function, Business Cycles-Various phases and theories. Inflation-

meaning, causes and effects.


SUGGESTED READINGS:

Managerial Economics: H.L.Ahuja

Managerial Economics: G.S.Gupta

Managerial Economics: H.L.Bhatia

Modern Economics Theory: K.K.Dwett


COURSE OUTCOMES:

 ·         To gain domain knowledge

·         To attain knowledge & understanding about various types of Insurance products in market

·         To develop skill to compare various products 

·         To develop skill to do cost and benefit analysis of insurance products


SYLLABUS

Unit I 

Introduction: History of insurance in general and in India in particular. Basic nature of insurance. Definition of insurance. Comparison of Life Insurance with other forms of insurance. Principles of contract and its applicability to the valid insurance contract.

Unit II 

Principles of Life insurance and its impact on insurability. Morality tables and its kind.Basic elements in computation of premium. Peculiarities of life insurance product and the classification Nature of group insurance and types of group Insurance covers Policy claims and its procedures for settlement of various type of claims. 

Unit III 

Study of various proposal and policy forms used in general Insurance Scope of coverage of fire insurance and Marine insurance, Motor insurance Various kinds of miscellaneous insurances Describe classes of insurances requiring specialized knowledge i.e. industrial all risk insurance, aviation insurance, oil and gas insurance Regulatory provisions under Insurance Act 1938, and IRDA Act 1999. Underwriting practice and procedures, types and classification of hazards 

Unit IV 

Basic concept of risk, classification of risks, and process of risk management. Identification and evaluation of risk – risk analysis. Risk control – loss prevention and its importance. Risk financing and transfer of risks. Risk retention and its importance/basis of reinsurance.

                                     Business Finance

UNIT I

Basic Introduction of Topic(meaning and Objective of Finance )

Finance Department and Duties and resposibility of Finance Manager

Time Value of Money (Computation of Present Value and Future Value)

Basic Formula and Discounting of value of money technoiques

Practical Problems of of Present Value and Future Value

Practical Problems of of Present Value and Future Value

Concept of Risk and Return

Computation of Deviation (Expected Return and Measurement of Risk)

Valuation Of securities

UNIT II

Sources of long Term Finance

Concept of Leverage(Operating , Financial and Combined Leverage)


EBIT-EBT Analysis and Practical Poblem

Cost of Capital (Computation of Ke, Kd Kr and Kp)

Computation of WACC and Practical Problem

UNIT III

Capital Budgeting and its techniques (NPV, IRR, ARR, PI , PAYBACK PERIOD AND DIS. PAYBACK)

Discounted and Non Discounted Cash Inflow Techniques.

Practical Problem

Dividend Policy Model (computation of Equity)

Revelance and Irrelevence theory

UNIT

Practical problem

Problem Solving a nd Assignments

UNITIV

Working Capital Management

Factor Effecting WCM

Risk and Return Trade off

Computation of WCM

Computation of Operating Cycle

Cash Management and Cash Budget

Inventory Management

Computation of EOQ, Max Level, Mi Level Danger level ROQ and Average Level





BCH 101 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 

UNIT I

Accounting – Definitions, Functions, Objectives Nature and Scope Limitation Branches. Accounting as an information system. Accounting Principles- concepts and conventions. Accounting standards- Indian and International Context. Basic Accounting Process-Journal, Ledger Trial Balance, Double Entry System, Systems of Accounting. 

UNIT II

Business Income- Measurement, concept of Capital and Revenue. Final Accounts of Non-Corporate Entities. . Final Accounts of Non-Profit making Organizations. Accounting for Depreciations. 

UNIT III

Hire Purchase System, Installment Payment System, Branch Accounting, Lease Accounting.

 UNIT IV

Voyage Accounts, Accounting for Insurance Claims, Royalty Accounts.

 Suggested Readings:

1. Financial Accounting S.N. Maheshwari

2. Advanced Accounting Vol I R.L. Gupta & Radha Sawami

3. Modern Accounting Mukherjee & Hanif

4. Financial and Advanced Accounting Arvind Kumar and Vishal Saxena

This finance course is intended for students who want to increase their familiarity with financial market operations and the practical aspects of managing personal finances. It prepares students to work within financial institutions and/or financial consulting.

This course focuses on international financial management and international trade. Topics in financial management, viewed primarily from the perspective of managers doing business overseas, include the management of foreign exchange exposure, foreign direct investment decisions, and multinational capital budgeting. Other topics covered include trends in international banking, the balance of payments, the determination of exchange rates, the LDC debt crisis, and the Asian meltdown. 

Course Outcome:

  • To be able to write, compile and execute java programs that may include basic data types and control flow constructs using J2SE or other Integrated Development Environment.
  • To be able to write, compile and execute java programs using object oriented class structures with parameters, constructors, including inheritance, exception Handling.
  • To be able to explain the benefits of Java Exceptional Handling mechanism compared to other programming language.
  • To be able to propose the use of certain technologies by implementing them in the java programming language to solve the given problem.

School of Management Sciences, Lucknow

Lesson Plan

Third Semester (2020)

  BVSD 3.3: Data Structure using C

 

Unit No.

Lecture No.

Topic

Method of Presentation

Reference Book

Remark

1

1-2

Introduction on Data structure

Lecture

Seymour Lipschutz,schaum’s series, DSC

 

3-7

Introduction, Representation of Single Arrays

Lecture

Seymour Lipschutz,schaum’s series, DSC

 

8-10

Introduction on Multidimensional Array

Lecture

Seymour Lipschutz,schaum’s series, DSC

 

11

Sparse Arrays and its implementation

Lecture

Internet

 

12

Lower and upper triangular matrices

Lecture

Internet

 

13

Tridiagonal space matrices with vector Representation

Lecture

Internet

 

14

Revision

Lecture

 

 

2

15-18

Stack

Lecture

Seymour Lipschutz,schaum’s series, DSC

 

19-20

Queues

Lecture

Seymour Lipschutz,schaum’s series, DSC

 

21-23

Singly linked list

Lecture

Seymour Lipschutz,schaum’s series, DSC

 

24-26

Doubly linked list

Lecture

Seymour Lipschutz,schaum’s series, DSC

 

27-29

Circular linked list

Lecture

Seymour Lipschutz,schaum’s series, DSC

 

30-31

Implementing pointers and objects

Lecture

internet

 

32

Representing Rooted trees

Lecture

Internet

 

33

revision

 

 

 

3

34-36

Heap Sort

Lecture

G.S.Baluja, Data structure through C

 

37

Quick sort

Lecture

G.S.Baluja, Data structure through C

 

38

Counting sort

Lecture

Internet

 

39

Radix Sort

Lecture

G.S.Baluja, Data structure through C

 

40

Bucket Sort

Lecture

G.S.Baluja, Data structure through C

 

41

Median and order statics

Lecture

Internet

 

42

revision

Lecture

 

 

4

43

Introduction and terminology

Lecture

G.S.Baluja, Data structure through C

 

44-45

Traversal of binary trees

Lecture

G.S.Baluja, Data structure through C

 

46-49

Recursive algorithm for tree operations such as traversal ,insertion and Deletion

Lecture

Seymour Lipschutz,schaum’s series, DSC

 

50-52

Binary search tree

Lecture

Seymour Lipschutz,schaum’s series, DSC

 

53-55

B-TREE,Indexing with binary search trees

Lecture

Seymour Lipschutz,schaum’s series, DSC

 

56

Direct Address table,Hash table

Lecture

Seymour Lipschutz,schaum’s series, DSC

 

57

Hash Function

Lecture

Seymour Lipschutz,schaum’s series, DSC

 

58

Open Addressing

Lecture

G.S.Baluja, Data structure through C

 

59

Revision

 

 

 

 


BVSD 5.4: E-Commerce & M-Commerce

Unit I

Meaning and concept of E-Commerce; History of E-Commerce; Traditional Commerce and E-Commerce; Different Types of E-Commerce – B2B, B2C, C2C, B2E, G2C; Need and Role of E-Commerce; Advantages and Disadvantages of Ecommerce, Impact of E-commerce on Business.

Unit II

Introduction to payment system; Online Payment System – prepaid e-payment service, postpaid e- Payment system; SET protocol; Operational, Credit & legal risk of repayment system. Smart card, credit card, magnetic strip card, E-Checks, Credit/Debit card based EPS, online Banking. Electronic Data Interchange, EDI and Paperless trading, EDI architecture, EDI standards.E-Commerce Threats; Security of Clients and sever; Security Issues on Web; Importance of Firewall; Components of Firewall; Security Threats; Transaction Security; Network Security.

Unit III

Growth of Mobile Commerce, Infrastructure of M–Commerce , Types of Mobile Commerce Services, Technologies of Wireless Business, Technologies for Mobile Commerce, Mobile Marketing & Advertisement, Wireless Applications , Wireless Devices For Mobile Commerce, Wireless Personal and Local Area Networks.

Unit IV

Wireless Application Protocol, WAP technology, Wireless Spectrum, WAP, Origins of WAP, WAP Architecture, Wireless Datagram Protocol (WDP), Short Message Services, General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), 3G & 4 G Wireless Technology.

BVSD 5.3 : Data warehousing and Mining

Unit -1

Introduction, Relational Databases, Datawarehouses, Transactional Databases, Advance Database Systems & Applications, Data Mining functionalities, Classification of Data Mining Systems, Major Issues in Data Mining.

Unit- 2 

Introduction , A Multidimensional Data Model,Data warehouse Architecture, Data warehouse Implementation, Data Cube Technology, From Data warehousing to Data Mining

Unit-3

Data Cleaning, Data integration and Transformation , Data Reduction, Discretization & Concept hierarchy generation, Data Mining Primitives,DMQL, Architectures of Data Mining Systems

Unit -IV

Association Rule Mining, Single Dimension Boolean Association Rules, Multilevel Association Rules from transaction Databases, Multidimensional Association rules from Relational Databases. From Association Mining to Correlation Analysis, Constraint based Association Mining

Recommended Texts:

1. Jiawei Han & Micheline Kamber- Data Mining Concepts & Techniques- Harcourt India Private Limited.

2. G. K. Gupta- Introduction to Data Mining with case studies, PHI

3. A Berson & S.J. Smith - Datawarehousing Data Mining COLAP, TMH

4. H.M. Dunham& S. Sridhar  - Data Mining, Pearson Education




Relational Database Management System using Oracle(BVSD3.4)  is one of the important subject of B.Voc. Software Development. Students of B.Voc (SOFTWAREDEVELOPMENT) course are supposed to be well versed in developing high quality Application Software. Database is an important part of any modern Application Software. Relational Data Base Management System popularly known as RDBMS is an upcoming technology in database technologies. Oracle is commercial ,multi model Database Management System produced by Oracle corporation. It is used for Online Transaction Processing(OLTP) , Data warehousing and many other applications. Oracle has several versions such as Oracle 8i, 9i, Oracle 10g,11g, Oracle 12c. BVSD3.4 Relational Database Management Systems using Oracle course is divided in four units , first unit provides basic  introduction to fundamental concepts of RDBMS. Unit -2 covers concepts of Relational Database design. It deals with concept of functional dependencies, normalization , various normal forms, inclusion dependencies, lossless join decomposition, multivalued dependencies, join dependencies and alternative approach to database design. Unit -III covers intricacies of  PL/SQL , variables, datatypes, flow control, array, Cursors, triggers, functions and procedures, packages, records etc. Unit-IV explains concepts related to transaction System, serializability, concurrency control , recoverability, locking, deadlock etc.

In this course learner will learn:

Fundamental concepts of Relational Database Management System. 

To apply concept of normalization for designing good quality database.

Learners will learn concepts of  PL/SQL. They will also learn concepts related to Transaction System such as Serializability concurrency control, recoverability,  deadlock  etc. After completion of this course the learners will be able to understand basic concepts of Relational Database Management System, functional dependency, normalization, different normal forms. Learners will be able to design,develop and evaluate good quality database using Oracle.


Unit:1 Computers: History and classification; Organization of Computers; Memory: Primary, Secondary, Virtual and Cache; Computer Operation- Instruction Cycle, Program flow of control with and without interrupts; Number systems: Decimal, Binary, Octal, Hexadecimal and their conversion; Binary Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication; Floating point representation;Introduction to Computer Languages; Information: Definition, Characteristics & Interpretation. 

Unit II Input devices: Keyboard, Mouse, Joy Stick, Light Pen, Touch Screen, Voice Recognition Device, MICR, OCR, OMR, Barcode Reader, Webcam, Touch Pad, Smart Card etc. Output devices: VDU, Printer, Plotter, Speaker, projector etc. Processing Systems: User Based- single, multi; Process Based: Batch Processing, Multi processing, Multi programming, Multi threading. 

Unit III Meaning of Software; Relationship between Hardware and Software; Types of Software: System Software, Application Software, Firmware; Functions of System Software; Type of System Software: Operating Systems, Language Translators, Utility Programs, Communications Software; Application Software; Commonly Used Application Software: MS-Word, MS-Excel, MS-Power Point. 

Unit IV Network Topologies: Bus, Ring, Star, Tree etc; Type of Computer Network: LAN, MAN WAN. Network Medium: Wired and Wireless; Network Protocols: TCP/IP, Http, Ftp, Telnet etc.Introduction to www, Internet and its H/W & S/W requirements, Protocols governing to the world wide web, ISP, Web browsers, Web server, Domain names, DNS, Search engines, Electronic Mail, e-commerce, Basics of HTML and its tags.

 Recommended Texts: 1. Computer Fundamentals: P.K. Sinha (BPB Publications) 2. Fundamentals Of Computers (3rd Edition): V. Rajaraman (PHI) 3. Fundamentals of IT for BCA: S. Jaiswal (Galgotia) 4. Foundation of Information Technology: D.S. Yadav (New Age International Pvt. Ltd.) 5. Fundamentals of Information Technology: Deepak Bharihoke (Excel Books)

Operating System Course Outcomes

1.  Able to learn the fundamentals of Operating System.

2.  Able to learn the mechanisms of Operating System to handle Processes and Threads and their communication.

3.  Able to learn the mechanisms involved in memory management in operating system.

4.  Able to gain knowledge on distributed operating system concepts that includes architecture, Mutual exclusion algorithms, deadlock detection algorithms and agreement protocols.

5. Able to learn issues related to file system interface, disk management.


BCA 5051

Data Mining and Data Warehousing


Unit-1                                                                                                                     

Introduction: Data mining-definition & functionalities, data processing, form of data pre-processing, data cleaning: missing values, noisy data, binning, clustering, regression, inconsistent data, data integration and transformation, and data reduction.

Unit-2                                                                                                                                  

Concept Description: Association rule mining, mining single-dimensional Boolean association rules from transactional databases, Apriori Algorithm, Classification and Predictions: Decision tree, Bayesian Classification, and K-nearest neighbour classifiers.

Unit-3                                                                                                                                

Data Warehousing: Overview, definition, delivery process, difference between database system and data warehouse, multi-dimensional data model, data cubes, stars, snowflakes, fact constellations, concept hierarchy, process architecture, 3 tier architecture, and data marting.

Unit-4                                                                                         

OLAP: Aggregation, historical information, query facility, OLAP function and tools. OLAP servers, ROLAP, MOLAP, HOLAP, data mining interface, security, backup and recovery.

Text Books: 1. M. H. Dunham, “Data Mining: Introductory and Advanced Topics”, Pearson Education. 2. Jiawei Han, Micheline Kamber, “Data Mining Concepts & Techniques”, Elsevier. 3. Ian H. Witten, “Data Mining: Practical Machine Learning Tools and Techniques”, Morgan Kaufmann

Reference Books: 1. Sam Anahory, Dennis Murray, “Data Warehousing in the Real World: A Practical Guide for Building Decision Support Systems”, Pearson Education.

2. Mallach, “Data Warehousing System”, McGraw –Hill. 3. Alex Berson and Stephen J. Smith, "Data Warehousing, Data Mining, & OLAP", Tata McGraw-Hill Education.


                                                                                  BCA 101

                                               ESSENTIALS OF PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

 

Unit 1

Basics Of Communication: Definition, Meaning, Process, Types, Forms, Flow, Importance and Features of Communication, Language as a tool of Communication, Barriers to Communication; 7 Cs of Communication

Unit 2

Basic Grammar: Parts of Speech; Articles;Pronouns; Verbs; Prepositions; Conjunctions; Tenses

Unit 3

Vocabulary and Paragraph Development: Word formation, Homophones, Homonymns, Synonymns, Antonymns, Sentence Formatio: Subject and Predicate; Paragraph Development; Techniques and Methods of Paragraph Development, Precis Writing, Note Taking, Summary

Unit 4

Written Communication: Writing Process and Strategies; Letter Writing; Application Writing, Sales Letter, Purchase Letter, Claim Letter, Adjustment Letter, Proposal Writing, Importance and Methodss, Elements of Proposal; Report Writing; Importance, Process, Building Questionnaire, Elements, Memo, Notice, Basic E-mail etiquettes.

Text and Reference Books:

1. Developing Communication Skills by Krishna Mohan and Meera Bennerji Macmillan India Ltd.

2. A Manual of Practical Communication by L U B Pandey and R P Singh, AITBS Publication India Ltd.

3. Professional communication by Meenakshi Raman and Sangeeta Sharma, OUP

4. Functional Skills in Language and Literature by R P Singh, OUP

5. How to Write Correct English by R P Sinha, Bharti Bhawan Prakashan

 

COURSE CONTENT

 B.C.A Semester 1

Business Communication

 

Faculty -  Dr. Dolly Roy Choudhary

 

 

UNITS

NO.

TOPIC TO BE COVERED

Lecture

REFERENCE

UNIT-I

 

(Lectures:6)

1

Meaning and Definition – Process Functions   

Lecture

Krishna Mohan & Meera Bannerji

2

Objectives Importance

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

3

Essentials of good communication

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

4

Language As A Tool For Communication

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

5

Communication barriers

Lecture

Krishna Mohan & Meera Bannerji

 

6

7C’s of Communication.

Lecture

Krishna Mohan & Meera Bannerji

UNIT-II

 

(Lectures:7)

7

Parts Of Speech

Lecture

L.U.B. Pandey & R.P. Singh

8

Articles

Lecture

L.U.B. Pandey & R.P. Singh

9

Pronouns

Lecture

L.U.B. Pandey & R.P. Singh

10

Verbs

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

11

Prepositions

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

12

Conjunctions

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

13

Tenses

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

UNIT-III

 

(Lectures:12)

14

Word Formation

Lecture

Meenakshi Raman & Sangeeta Sharma

15

Homophones

Lecture

Meenakshi Raman & Sangeeta Sharma

16

Homonyms

Lecture

Meenakshi Raman & Sangeeta Sharma

17

Synonyms

Lecture

Meenakshi Raman & Sangeeta Sharma

18

Antonyms

Lecture

Meenakshi Raman & Sangeeta Sharma

19

Sentence Formation

Lecture

Meenakshi Raman & Sangeeta Sharma

20

Subject And Predicate

Lecture

Meenakshi Raman & Sangeeta Sharma

 

21

Paragrsoh Development

Lecture

Meenakshi Raman & Sangeeta Sharma

 

22

Techniques & Methods Of Paragraph

Lecture

Meenakshi Raman & Sangeeta Sharma

 

23

Precis Writing

Lecture

Meenakshi Raman & Sangeeta Sharma

 

24

Note Taking

Lecture

Meenakshi Raman & Sangeeta Sharma

 

25

Summary

Lecture

Meenakshi Raman & Sangeeta Sharma

UNIT-IV

 

(Lectures:15)

26

Writing Process And Strategies

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

27

Letter Writing

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

28

Application Writing

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

29

Sales Letter

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

30

Purchase Letter

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

31

Claim Letter

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

32

Adjustment Letter

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

33

Proposal Writing

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

34

Importance And Methods

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

35

Elements Of Proposal

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

 

36

Report Writing, Importance, Process

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

 

37

Building Questionnaire

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

 

38

Elements

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

 

39

Memo, Notice

Lecture

R.P. Sinha

 

40

Basic E-Mail etiquette

Lecture

R.P. Sinha


                                         COURSE OUTCOME

            ESSENTIALS OF PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

                                          BCA SEMESTER 1

 

 

 

On completion of this course, the students will be able to

 

CO1.  To demonstrate his/her ability to write error free while making an optimum use of correct Business Vocabulary & Grammar.

CO2. To distinguish among various levels of organizational communication and communication barriers while developing an understanding of Communication as a process in an organization.

CO3. To be able to draft effective business correspondence with brevity and clarity.

CO4. To stimulate their Critical thinking by designing and developing clean and lucid writing skills.

CO5. To demonstrate his verbal and non-verbal communication ability through presentation.

CO6. To develop new consultative and communication skills and techniques ,enhance their ability to build rapport, engage, influence

and provide feedback

CO7. To Learn and apply verbal and non-verbal communication skills to achieve better outcomes






UNIT- I   Introduction,
Meaning
 and
 role
 of
MIS,
 Definition
 of
 MIS,
 and
 System
 approach
 to 
MIS,
 MIS
 Organization,
 Development
 of
 Organizational
 Theory,
 Management
 and
 Organizational
 Behavior. 

UNIT
II Evolution
of
Information
system/
Basic
Information
Systems/
Decision
Making
and
MIS,
MIS
 as
a
 technique
 for
making
 Programmed
Decisions,
Appropriate
 MIS
 response, 
MIS
 planning,
 General
Business
planning,
Derivation 
of
 MIS 
plan,
Prioritization
and
development
strategies. 

UNIT III Conceptual
design
o f
MIS,
Definition
of
problem,
System
Objective
and
constraints,
Analysis
of
 info
source,
alternate
system
deigns
and
selection,
conceptual
system
design
and
document. 

UNIT 
IV Detailed
 system
 design
 and
 implementation,
 application
 of
 basic
 system
 design
 concept
 to
 MIS,
 Involvement
 of
 ND
 user
 and
 role
 of
 MIS
 department
 and
 system
 analyst,
 role
 of
 top
 management
 during
 design
 and
 implementation,
 system
 evaluation,
 review
 and
 update,
 Pit
 falls
in
 MIS 
development

B.Sc. I (Semester I)

                                      Mathematics 

                           Paper I (Differential Calculus)


 

Unit I

Definition of a sequence, Theorems on limits of sequences, Bounded and Monotonic sequences, Cauchy's convergence criterion, Cauchy sequence, limit superior and limit inferior of a sequence, subsequence, Series of non-negative terms, convergence and divergence, Comparison tests, Cauchy's integral test, Ratio tests, Root test, Raabe's logarithmic, de Morgan and Bertrand's tests, Alternating series, Leibnitz's theorem, Absolute and conditional convergence.

 

Unit II

Limit, Continuity and differentiability of function of single variable, Cauchy’s definition, Heine’s definition, equivalence of definition of Cauchy and Heine, Uniform continuity, Borel’s theorem, boundedness theorem, Bolzano’s theorem, Intermediate value theorem, Extreme value theorem, Darboux's intermediate value theorem for derivatives, Chain rule, Indeterminate forms. Unit III

Successive differentiation, Leibnitz theorem, Maclaurin’s and Taylor’s series, , Rolle’s theorem, Lagrange and Cauchy Mean value theorems, Mean value theorems of higher order, Taylor's theorem with various forms of remainders, Partial differentiation, Euler’s theorem on homogeneous function.

Unit IV

Tangent and Normals, Asymptotes, Curvature, Envelops and evolutes, Tests for concavity and convexity, Points of inflexion, Multiple points, Tracing of curves in Cartesian and Polar forms.


UNIT I I. Structure and bonding: Hybridization, bond lengths, bond angles, bond energy, localised and delocalized π bonds, resonance, inductive and field effects, hydrogen bonding, inclusion compounds, clathrates, charge transfer complexes, van der Waals interaction, hyperconjugation, aromaticity. II. Mechanism of Organic Reactions: Curved arrow notation, drawing electron movements with arrows, half headed and double-headed arrows, homolytic and heterolytic bond breaking Reactive intermediates-generation, structure, stability and reactions of carbocation, carbanion, free radicals and carbenes, Arynes, Nitrenes. III. Types of organic reactions-addition, elimination, substitution, rearrangement, condensation, methods of determination of reaction mechanism (product analysis, intermediates, isotopic effects, kinetic and stereochemical studies). Energy considerations. 

UNIT II IV. Stereoisomerism Optical isomerism: Elements of symmetry, molecular chirality, optical activity, stereogenic centres, enantiomers, properties of enantiomers, chiral and achiral molecules with two stereogenic centres, diastereomers, threo and erythro diastereomers, meso compounds, resolution of enantiomers, inversion, retention and racemization. Relative and absolute configurations. Sequence rules. D, L and R, S nomenclature. Geometrical isomerism: determination of configuration of geometric isomers. E, Z system, geometrical isomerism in oximes and alicyclic compounds. Conformatioal isomerism-Conformational analysis of ethane and n-butane and cyclohexane, axial and equatorial bonds, Saw-horse and flying wedge formulae, Fischer and Newman projections formulae. Difference between conformation and configuration. 

UNIT – III V. Alkanes And Cycloalkanes: Methods of formation with special reference to Wurtz, Kolbe, Corey-House reactions and decarboxylation. Physical properties and chemical reactions. Mechanism of free radical halogenation of alkanes: orientation, reactivity and selectivity. Cycloalkanes: Nomenclature, methods of preparation. Baeyer's strain theory and its limitations. Ring strain in (cyclopropane and cyclobutane), theory of strainless rings. The case of cyclopropane ring and banana bond. VI. Alkenes, Cycloalkenes, Dienes: methods of formation. Mechanisms of dehydration of alcohols and dehydrohalogenation of alkyl halides. Regioselectivity in alcohol-dehydration. Saytzeff's rule, Hofmann elimination. Department of Chemistry University of Lucknow Lucknow B.Sc. Syllabus Organic Chemistry Semester I Paper – 2 Max Marks: 100 (80 + 20) Physical properties and relative stabilities of alkenes. Chemical reactions of alkenes- Mechanisms involved in hydrogenation, electrophilic and free-radical additions. Markownikoff’s rule. Hydroboration-oxidation, oxymercurationreduction, epoxidation, ozonolysis, hydrations, hydroxylation and oxidation with KMnO4, polymerization of alkenes. Substitutions at allylic and vinylic positions of alkenes. Methods of formation, conformation and chemical resections of cycloalkenes. Nomenclature and classification of dienes: isolated, conjugated and cumulated dienes, Structure of allenes and butadiene, methods of formation, chemical reaction – 1, 2 and 1, 4 additions, Diels-Alder reaction. VII. Alkynes: Structure and bonding in alkynes. Methods of formation, chemical reactions and acidity of alkynes. Mechanism of electrophilic and mucleophilic addition reactions, hydroboration-oxidation, reductions and oxidation reactions. 

UNIT IV VIII. Arenes and Aromaticity: Nomenclature of benzene derivatives. Structure of benzene: molecular formula and Kekule structure. Stability and carbon carbon bond length of benzene, resonance structure, MO picture. IX. Aromatic electrophilic substitution- general pattern of the mechanism, Arrhenium ion intermediate. Mechanism of nitration, halogenation, sulfonation, mercuration and Friedel-Crafts reaction. Energy profile diagrams. Activation and deactivating substituents, orientation and ortho/para ratio. Side chain reactions of benzene derivatives. Birch reduction. X. Alkyl and Aryl Halides: Methods of formation, chemical reactions. Mechanism of nucleophilic substitution reactions of alkyl halides, SN2 and SN1 reactions with energy profile diagrams, chloroform. Aryl halides - Methods of formation, nuclear and side chain reactions. Mechanisms of nucleophilic aromatic substitutions. Synthesis and uses of DDT, BHC. 

Text Books (Theory Courses): 

a. Organic Chemistry, Vol. I, I.L. Finar, Pearson Education. 

b. Organic Chemistry, M.K. Jain, Shoban Lal& Co. 

c. Pradeep's Organic Chemistry, S.N. Dhawan, Pradeep Publication. 

Reference Books: 

a. Organic Chemistry, Morrison and Boyd, Prentice Hall. 

b. Organic Chemistry, L.G. Wade Jr. Prentice Hall. 

c. Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry Solomons, John Wiley. 

d. Organic Chemistry, Vol. I, II, III S.M. Mukherji, S.P. Singh and R.P. Kapoor, Wiley Eastern Ltd. (New Age International) 

e. Organic Chemistry, F.A. Carey, McGraw-Hill Inc. 

f. Introduction to Organic Chemistry, Streitwiesser, Hathcock and Kosover, Macmillan.

UNIT I

 I. Atomic Structure: Quantum mechanics based structure of atom in brief, shapes of s, p and d orbitals, aufbau and Pauli exclusion principles, Hund's Multiplicity rules. Electronic configurations of the elements, effective nuclear charge. 

II. Periodic Properties and Classification based upon electronic configuration: Diagonalrelationship, inert pair effect, atomic and ionic radii, van der waal radii, ionizationenergy, 

III. Electron affinity and electronegativity : definition, method of determination, trends in periodic table and applications in predicting and explaining chemical behaviour. 

UNIT II 

IV. Chemical Bonding (a) Covalent bond: valence bond theory and its limitations, directional characteristic of covalent bond. Hybridization and shapes of simple molecules and ions. Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion (VSEPR) theory to simple molecules and ions. Molecular Orbital theory for homonuclearand heteronuclear (CO and NO) diatomic molecules, multi-center bonding in electron deficient molecules, bond strength and the bond energy, % ionic character from dipole moment and electro negativity difference. (b) Weak interactions: hydrogen bonding, van der Waals forces. 

UNIT III V. Ionic solid: ionic structures, radius ratio effect and coordination number, limitation of ratio rule, Lattice defects, Lattice energy and Born-Haber cycle, solvation energy and solubility of ionic solids, polarizing power and polarizability of ions. Fajan's rule, Metallic bond free electron, Valence bond and Band theories. 

VI. s-Block elements: Comparative study, salient features of hydrides, salvation and complexation tendencies of cations of alkali and alkaline earth matter including their function in biosystems, an introduction to alkyls and aryls of Li & Mg. VII. Noble Gases: Chemical properties of the noble gases, discovery of O2 + PtF6ˉ and O2XeF6.Chemistry of xenon, structure and bonding in xenon compounds. 

Department of Chemistry University of Lucknow Lucknow B.Sc. Syllabus Inorganic Chemistry Semester I Paper – 1 Max Marks: 100 (80 + 20) 2 

UNIT IV VIII.p-Block Elements:- Comparative study (including diagonal relationship) physical and chemical behaviour of group 13-17 elements, compounds like hydrides, oxides, oxyacids and halides ofgroup 13-16, diborane, boronitride α, β forms, Fullerenes, silicates(structural principle) andstructures of oxides and oxyacids of phosphorus and sulphur, interhalogens and polyhalides. 

Text Books (Theory Courses): 

(a) Concise Inorganic Chemistry, J.D. Lee, Blackwell Science Ltd. 

(b) Inorganic Chemistry, Puri, Sharma, Kalia and Kaushal. 

(c) Pradeep's Inorganic Chemistry, K.K. Bhasin, Pradeep Publication. 

(d) Chemistry for degree students, R. L. Madan 

Reference Books: 

(a) Inorganic Chemistry, J.E.Huheey, Ellen A. Keiter, Richard L. Keiter, Addison Wesley Longman (Singapore) Pvt. Ltd. 

(b) Inorganic Chemistry, D.E.Shriver, P W. Atkins and C.H.L. Langford, Oxford. 

(c) Basic Inorganic Chemistry, F.A. Cotton, G. Wilkinson and P.L. Gaus, Wiley. 

(d) Concepts of Models of Inorganic Chemistry, B.Douglas, D.McDaniel and J Alexander, John Wiley. (e) Inorganic Chemistry, W.W. Porterfield, Addison - Wesley. 

(f) Inorganic Chemistry, A.G. Sharpe, ELBS 

(g) Inorganic Chemistry, G.L. Meissler and D.A. Tarr, PrenticeHall.

Here we have to see about  Limit,Continuity of fn of two variables,Taylors theorem,Laplace transform,Fourier series and Calculus of variation

This course gives the basic and deep knowledge of electricity and Magnetism

This course is targeted to B.Sc. students. The content of this course gives the deeper understanding along with the fundamental about the Polarization of wave optics. After learning this course students are able to understand the theory and concepts related to the transverse nature and properties of wave phenomenon.

B.Sc. Chemistry 2nd semester paper-3

Welding has traditionally been regarded as a craft rather than a technological manufacturing process. This reputation has not been helped by the dependence of conventional joining techniques on highly skilled manual operators and the relatively high cost and poor reproducibility associated with many welding processes. These attributes led to the ‘Special Process’ classification of welding in international quality standards. In fact, although it may be a complex multidisciplinary subject, a great deal of high-quality research has been conducted into the fundamentals of welding processes and the basic principles are now well understood. This research has provided a scientific basis for significant developments in the technology. Early developments in welding technology were focused largely on weldability and metallurgical research, which enabled a wide range of materials to be joined, adequate joint properties to be maintained and the integrity of welded joints to be controlled. Whilst further work is still required in the materials research area, in particular to enable advanced materials to be joined effectively, much of the recent effort has been devoted to improved understanding of the basic processes, consumable and equipment development and control and automation

In this course, basic concept of hydrological cycle and its various phases are discussed. Concept of runoff and construction of hrdrograph is also described in it. Study of flood and flood routing is also discussed in detail.

The second part of this course deals with ground water management where study of ground water and water wells are done.

This subject is common to all students of 2nd year of any engineering branches. In this subject we study about basics of Electronics Engineering such as semiconductor, p-n junction diode, bipolar junction transistor, field effect transistor, op -amps and electronic instruments etc.

Course Outcomes: 

At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:

 1. Understand the concept of P-N junction and special purpose diodes. 

2. Study the application of conventional diode and semiconductor diode. 

3. Analyse the I-V characteristics of BJT and FET. 

4. Analyze the of Op-Amp, amplifiers, integrator, and differentiator. 

5. Understand the concept of digital storage oscilloscope and compare of DSO with analog      oscilloscope.

This course provides study material of Soft Computing for B.Tech CS Students.

This Course contains all the study material of Database management Systems for B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering Students.

Machine Learning uses statistical methods to predict the value of a target variable using a set of input data.Machine Learning is the process of predicting things, usually based on what they’ve done in the past.Machine Learning allows us to accurately predict things using simple statistical methods, algorithms, and modern computing power.It uncover patterns and trends in data and solve complex problems.

Design and Analysis of Algorithm is very important for designing algorithm to solve different types of problems in the branch of computer science and information technology.It introduces the fundamental concepts of Designing Strategies, Complexity analysis of Algorithms, followed by problems on Graph Theory and Sorting methods and also concepts of complexity theory.

Cloud Computing is the delivery of computing services such as servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, intelligence, and more, over the Cloud (Internet). ... They also provide a wide variety of software and platform as a service.

Cloud Computing is the method of computing in which the data and programs are stored over the Internet and not on your hard disk. The Internet is referred to as the Cloud in ‘Cloud Computing’. Similar to yours, others’ and different organizations’ data and programs are also stored over the Internet. When it comes to an organization’s need, the requirements are even more. Servers, applications, Storage, and so on. Creating a physical infrastructure to store and install all these would be time consuming and expensive. Instead, if you get a share of what is already installed over the Internet for use, it is cost effective and meets your needs as well. So Cloud computing is mainly based on sharing the computing resources.

A data structures allow the algorithm to manipulate the data efficiently. In this course, we consider the common data structures that are used in various computational problems. You will learn how these data structures are implemented . This will help you to understand how does the data manipulated and stored in computer memory.



It contains all the study material of Computer Graphics for B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering Students

Distributed systems help programmers aggregate the resources of many networked computers to construct highly available and scalable services. 

In this course you will study about the feasible cost of transportation, cost of assignment,waiting time in a queue, sequencing of different jobs ,network diagram (PERT and CPM), game theory etc.


Computer aided design or CAD is an important industry within the tech world. It involves utilizing computers to help with engineering and design for a wide range of projects. Common types of computer aided design include metal fabrication, carpentry, and 3D printing, as well as others that have impacted modern manufacturing and other business processes.

The concept of designing geometric shapes for objects is very similar to CAD. It is called computer-aided geometric design (CAGD).

CAD is also known as computer-aided design and drafting (CADD).

In a very general sense, many manufacturing processes are being automated with robots and software. Computer aided design is an essential part of this process. However, the tools have changed over the years, and the best practices and standards have changed with them.

Computer aided design in general has evolved, in ways that challenge traditional business approaches.

As Computer Aided Design evolved, tools proliferated. Now, in addition to AutoCAD, business users have all sorts of vendor-specific tools to choose from.

One prime example is in the evolution of the CNC electronic router or woodworking machine.

Unlike the wood shops of yesterday, modern facilities have these grid layout machines on site. The machine’s CNC arm is outfitted with different drills and tools, to be able to plane and otherwise work with wood in a very detailed way. Layers of software, some of which are open source, are used to control the design process and implementation.

Across the board, computer aided design has been a very valuable part of modern manufacturing and industrial processes. It continues to be a mainstay for businesses producing discrete products, and a source of efficiency in any capex and opex model.



Course Learning Outcomes:

After Successful completion of the above course, students will be able to:

 1 Describe sources of energy and types of power plants.

 2 Analyze different types of steam cycles and it’s efficiencies in a steam power plant.

 3 Describe basic working principles of gas turbine and diesel engine power plants. Define the performance characteristics and components of such power plants. 

4  List the principal components and types of nuclear reactors.

 5 List types, principles of operations, components and applications of steam turbines, steam generators, condensers, feed water and circulating water systems.

 6 Estimate different efficiencies associated with power plant systems.

This course studies the fundamental of how the design and operation of internal combustion engine affect their performance ,efficiency, fuel requirements, and environmental impact. 

Strength of materials, also called mechanics of materials, deals with the behavior of solid objects subject to stresses and strains. The complete theory began with the consideration of the behavior of one and two dimensional members of structures, whose states of stress can be approximated as two dimensional, and was then generalized to three dimensions to develop a more complete theory of the elastic and plastic behavior of materials.

The study of strength of materials often refers to various methods of calculating the stresses and strains in structural members, such as beams, columns, and shafts. The methods employed to predict the response of a structure under loading and its susceptibility to various failure modes takes into account the properties of the materials such as its yield strengthultimate strengthYoung's modulus, and Poisson's ratio; in addition the mechanical element's macroscopic properties (geometric properties), such as its length, width, thickness, boundary constraints and abrupt changes in geometry such as holes are considered.


Fluid mechanics is the study of fluid behavior (liquids, gases, blood, and plasmas) at rest and in motion. Fluid mechanics has a wide range of applications in mechanical and chemical engineering, in biological systems, and in astrophysics. In this chapter fluid mechanics and its application in biological systems are presented and discussed. First the fluid mechanics governing equations and blood properties are explained. In the following section different models for blood as a non-Newtonian fluid are presented. In addition, the blood flow in three important parts of human cardiovascular system, arteries, vein, and capillaries, is studied and the equations are presented. Finally pulsatile blood flow in the body is introduced.

This class provides students with an introduction to principal concepts and methods of fluid mechanics. Topics covered in the course include pressure, hydrostatics, and buoyancy; open systems and control volume analysis; mass conservation and momentum conservation for moving fluids; viscous fluid flows, flow through pipes; dimensional analysis; boundary layers, and lift and drag on objects. Students will work to formulate the models necessary to study, analyze, and design fluid systems through the application of these concepts, and to develop the problem-solving skills essential to good engineering practice of fluid mechanics in practical applications.

  • Total quality management (TQM) is an ongoing process of detecting and reducing or eliminating errors.
  • It is used to manufacture to streamline supply chain management, improve customer service, and ensure that employees are trained.
  • The focus is to improve the quality of an organization's outputs, including goods and services, through continual improvement of internal practices. 
  • Total quality management aims to hold all parties involved in the production process accountable for the overall quality of the final product or service.

In this subject we design the gear, bearing and I.C engine parts.

This course contain study material of subject Theory of Machine(RME 602) for B.Tech ME 3rd Year students.

The complete understanding of basic manufacturing processes and workshop technology is highly difficult for any one to claim expertise over it. The study deals with several aspects of workshops practices also for imparting the basic working knowledge of the different engineering materials, tools, equipments, manufacturing processes, basic concepts of electromechanical controls of machine tools, production criteria’s, characteristics and uses of various testing instruments and measuring or inspecting devices for checking components or products manufactured in various manufacturing shops in an industrial environment. It also describes and demonstrates the use of different hand tools (measuring, marking, holding and supporting tools, cutting etc.), equipments, machinery and various methods of manufacturing that facilitate shaping or forming the different existing raw materials into suitable usable forms. It deals with the study of industrial environment which involves the practical knowledge in the area of ferrous and non ferrous materials, their properties and uses. It should provide the knowledge of basic workshop processes namely bench work and fitting, sheet metal, carpentry, pattern making, mould making, foundry, smithy, forging, metal working and heat treatment, welding, fastening, machine shop, surface finishing and coatings, assembling inspection and quality control. It emphasizes on basic knowledge regarding composition, properties and uses of different raw materials, various production processes, replacement of or improvement over a large number of old processes, new and compact designs, better accuracy in dimensions, quicker methods of production, better surface finishes, more alternatives to the existing materials and tooling systems, automatic and numerical control systems, higher mechanization and greater output.
This course contained detail study material of subject Engineering Mechanics for B.Tech ME 2nd year students.

This course provides a simple understanding of Refrigeration and Air conditioning fundamentals. Ideally suited to those with a little or no knowledge of subject. The course consist of different refrigeration cycles and understanding of psychometry and psychometric process used for the purpose of air-conditioning. Further the comfort air-conditioning and indoor environment health are also addressed in this course. 

Nondestructive testing (NDT) is a wide group of analysis techniques used in science and industry to evaluate the properties of a material, component, or system without causing damage. NDT technologies have a crucial role in various industrial applications in the aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, petrochemical, transportation, civil, marine, and defense industries. There are currently hundreds of NDT methods being investigated or applied in the science and technique fields, which can be categorized as optical, acoustic, electromagnetic, infrared/thermal, or radiography NDT. Transient electromagnetic-thermal NDT techniques with a lot of advantages, such as high speed, great depth, high sensitivity, width spectrum, low cost, and easy quantification, are widely investigated in various industrial fields.

Course Objectives: 1. This course aims to provide a good platform to mechanical engineering students to understand, model and appreciate concept of dynamics involved in thermal energy transformation. 2. To prepare them to carry out experimental investigation and analysis at later stages of graduation. Course Outcomes: 1. To apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to model the energy conversion phenomenon. 2. To identify and formulate power production based on the fundamentals laws of thermal engineering. 3. To instill upon to envisage appropriate experiments related to heat engines. 4. To investigate the effectiveness of energy conversion process in mechanical power generation for the benefit of mankind. 5. To appreciate concepts learnt in fundamentals laws of thermodynamics from which learning ideas how to sustain in energy crisis and think beyond curriculum in the field of alternative and renewable sources of energy. 6. To communicate effectively the concepts of internal combustion engines and try to think beyond curriculum in alternative sources of energy.

The main aim of this subject is to estimate the cost of construction of any structure.

RCE701   Design of Structure-III                                                                     (L-T-P 3-1-0) Credit – 4 

NOTE: All design are to be carried as per IS:800-2007 

UNIT ‐ I Introduction to steel structures. Advantages and Disadvantages of Steel as a Structural Material. Stress‐Strain Curve for Mild Steel, Rolled Steel Sections, Convention for Member Axes, Loads, Dead Load, Live Loads, Environmental Loads, Seismic Forces, Snow and Rain Loads, Erection Loads, Basis for Design, Design Philosophies, Local Buckling of Plate Elements. Introduction to Limit State Design Limit States of Strength, Limit States of Serviceability, Actions (Loads), Probabilistic Basis for Design.                                                                                                                                             [8]

 UNIT ‐ II Introduction to Riveted, Bolted and Pinned Connections, Riveted Connections, Patterns of Riveted Joints, Bolted Connections, Types of Bolts, Types of Bolted Joints, Load Transfer Mechanism, Failure of Bolted Joints, Specification for Bolted Joints, Bearing‐Type Connections, Prying Action, Tensile Strength of Plate, Efficiency of the Joint, Combined Shear and Tension, Slip‐Critical Connections, Combined Shear and Tension for Slip‐Critical Connections, Working Load Design, Design of eccentric bolted connections . Simple Welded Connections, Types, Symbols, Welding Process, Weld Defects, Inspection of Welds, Assumptions in the Analysis of Welded Joints, Design of Groove Welds, Design of Fillet Welds, Fillet Weld Applied to the Edge of A Plate Or Section, Fillet Weld for Truss Members, Design of Intermittent Fillet Welds, Plug and Slot Welds, Stresses Due To Individual Forces, Combination of Stresses, Failure of Welds, Distortion of Welded Parts, Fillet Weld Vs Butt Weld, Welded Jointed Vs Bolted and Riveted Joints, Design of eccentric welded connections. [8] 

UNIT – III Introduction to Tension Members, Types of Tension Members, Net Sectional Area, Effective Net Area, Types of Failure, Design Strength of Tension Members, Slenderness Ratio (λ), Displacement, Design of Tension Member, Lug Angles, Splices, Gusset Plate. [8] UNIT – IV Introduction to Compression Members, Effective Length, Slenderness Ratio (λ), Types of Sections, Types of Buckling, Classification of Cross Sections, Column Formula, Design Strength, Design of Axially Loaded Compression Members, Built‐Up Columns (Latticed Columns), Lacing, Batten, Compression Member Composed of Two Components Back‐to‐Back, Splices, Design of Column Bases.                             [8] 

UNIT – V Introduction to Beams, Types of Sections, Behaviour of Beam in Flexure, Section Classification, Lateral Stability of Beams, Lateral‐Torsional Buckling, Bending Strength of Beams, Laterally Supported Beams, Laterally Unsupported Beams, Shear Strength of Beams, Web Buckling, Bearing Strength, Web Crippling, Deflection, Design Procedure of Rolled Beams, Built‐Up Beams (Plated Beams), Purlins, Beam Bearing Plates, Effect of Holes in Beam, Introduction to Plate Girder , Introduction to Gantry Girder.                                                                                                              [8] 

 Text Books

 1. Design of Steel Structures by N. Subramanian, Oxford University Press 

2. Limit State Design of Steel Structures by S. K. Duggal, Tata Mcgraw Hill.

 3. Design of Steel Structures by K S Sairam, Pearson Education

 4. Design of Steel Structures by S Ramamurtham, DhanpatRai Publishing Company. 

Reference Books

 1. Steel Structures by Robert Englekirk. Hohn Wiley & sons inc.

 2. Structural Steel Design by Lambert tall (Ronald Press Comp. Newyork. 

 3. Design of steel structures by Willam T Segui , CENGAGE Learning

 4. Structural Steel Design By D MacLaughlin, CENGAGE Learning

This subject deals with properties of fluids, their behaviour under different circumstances....The fluids states like static, kinematic, and dynamic behaviour is also analysed....Effect of temperature, pressure, density, etc also taken into account for fluid....Dimensional analysis is also one of the important parameter for analysis of fluid....Study of types of fluid and boundary layer theory is also important parts of fluid mechanics....

Water Resources Engineering is a specific kind of civil engineering that involves the design of new systems and equipment that help manage human water resources. Some of the areas Water Resources Engineers touch on are water treatment facilities, underground wells, and natural springs.

It also involves Hydrology, which is an extensively important field of study, dealing with one of the most valuable resources on Earth : water. 

Hydraulic Structure - A hydraulic structure is a structure submerged or partially submerged in any body of water, which disrupts the natural flow of water. They can be used to divert, disrupt or completely stop the flow.

Engineering mechanics is the application of mechanics to solve problems involving common engineering elements.

The goal of this Engineering Mechanics course is to expose students to problems in mechanics as applied to plausibly real-world scenarios. Problems of particular types are explored in detail in the hopes that students will gain an inductive understanding of the underlying principles at work; students should then be able to recognize problems of this sort in real-world situations and respond accordingly.

Further, this text aims to support the learning of Engineering Mechanics with theoretical material, general key techniques, and a sufficient number of solved sample problems to satisfy the first objective as outlined above.


KCE 301: ENGINEERING MECHANICS                     (L-T-P  3-1-0)            Credit – 4

SYLLABUS

UNIT - I Introduction to Engineering Mechanics: Force Systems, Basic concepts, Rigid Body equilibrium; System of Forces, Coplanar Concurrent Forces, Components in Space – Resultant- Moment of Forces and its Applications; Couples and Resultant of Force System, Equilibrium of System of Forces, Free body diagrams, Equations of Equilibrium of Coplanar Systems.

Friction: Types of friction, Limiting friction, Laws of Friction, Static and Dynamic Friction; Motion of Bodies, wedge friction, screw jack & differential screw jack; [8 Hours]

UNIT- II Centroid and Centre of Gravity, Centroid of simple figures from first  principle,  centroid of composite sections; Centre of Gravity and its implications; Area moment of inertia- Definition, Moment of inertia of plane sections from first principles, Theorems of moment of inertia, Moment of inertia of standard sections and composite sections; Mass moment inertia of circular plate, Cylinder, Cone, Sphere, Hook. [8 Hours]

UNIT - III Basic Structural Analysis, Equilibrium in three dimensions; Analysis  of  simple trusses by method of sections & method of joints, Zero force members, Simple  beams  and support reactions. [8 Hours]

UNIT - IV Review of particle dynamics- Rectilinear motion; Plane curvilinear motion (rectangular, path, and polar coordinates). Work-kinetic energy, power, potential energy. Impulse-momentum (linear, angular); Impact (Direct and oblique). [8 Hours]

UNIT - V Introduction to Kinetics of Rigid Bodies, Basic terms, general principles in dynamics; Types of motion, Instantaneous centre of rotation in plane motion and simple problems; D’Alembert’s principle and its applications in plane motion and connected bodies; Work energy principle and its application in plane motion of connected bodies; Kinetics of rigid body rotation, Virtual Work and Energy Method- Virtual displacements, principle of virtual work for particle  and ideal system of rigid bodies, Applications of energy method for equilibrium, Stability of equilibrium. [8 Hours]

Books and References

1.  Irving H. Shames (2006), Engineering Mechanics, 4th Edition, Prentice Hall

2.  F. P. Beer and E. R. Johnston (2011), Vector Mechanics for Engineers, Vol I - Statics, Vol II,

– Dynamics, 9th Ed, Tata McGraw Hill

3.   R. C. Hibbler (2006), Engineering Mechanics: Principles of Statics and Dynamics, Pearson Press.

4.     Andy Ruina and Rudra Pratap (2011), Introduction to Statics and Dynamics, Oxford  University Press

5.  Shanes and Rao (2006), Engineering Mechanics, Pearson Education,

6.  Hibler and Gupta (2010),Engineering Mechanics (Statics, Dynamics) by Pearson Education

7.  Reddy Vijaykumar K. and K. Suresh Kumar(2010), Singer’s Engineering Mechanics

8.  Bansal R.K.(2010), A Text Book of Engineering Mechanics, Laxmi Publications





Solid Waste Management, 3R & 4R-Approach,Swachh Bharat Mission,Smart Cities Program, Municipal Solid Wsate & Its Management, Construction & Demolition Waste & Its Management, Electronic Waste & Its Management, Hazardous Waste & Its Management

This course includes Simple and Compound Stresses and strains, Shear force and Bending moment diagrams for various types of Beams, Flexural stresses, Torsion, Deflection of beams, Short columns and struts, Springs, Cylinders and Spheres.

This course includes ..water demands and it's calculation, Transmission of water, water quality parameters, Water treatment, Secondary and tertiary treatment.

This subject includes Introduction of transportation system in India (History and present scenario),geometric design of Highways, Traffic engineering, design of pavements, etc..

Hydrologic cycle, water budget, word water balance

This course contains 10 Chapters as per BTE syllabus for Students Learning

Total 11 Chapters in Syllabus

Course Outcomes:
Upon the completion of the course, the student will be able to:
CO 1: Understand the importance of optimization techniques in engineering applications
CO2: Learn optimization methods for solving linear programming problems
CO3: Learn optimization methods for solving nonlinear programming problems
CO4: Be aware of the concept of simulation and modern methods of optimization
CO5: Apply optimization techniques to electrical engineering problems


Pre-requisites of course: Basic mathematics

Course Outcomes:

Upon the completion of the course, the student will be able to:
CO1: Represent the various types of signals & systems and can perform mathematical operations on them.
CO2: Analyze the response of LTI system to Fourier series and Fourier transform and to evaluate their applications to network analysis.
CO3: Analyze the properties of continuous time signals and system using Laplace transform and determine the response of linear system to known inputs.
CO4: Implement the concepts of Z transform to solve complex engineering problems using difference equations.
CO5: Develop and analyze the concept of state-space models for SISO & MIMO system.



Pre-requisites of course: Basic Electrical Engineering, Engineering Mathematics

This subject is the Departmental Elective-1  subject taught in B. Tech. Third year , fifth semester as prescribed by AKTU Lucknow. The subject is quite useful for all graduate students of Electrical Engg/ Electrical & Electronics Engg and applicable in industries. The subject is divided into five units  as prescribed by AKTU Lucknow. 

Course objectives

1. This course is a beginners fundamental of Power systems course. 

2. It deals with the generation and distribution of Electric Power. 

3. Also this course gives emphasis on the economic aspects of Generating and Distributing Electric Power.

Course outcomes: 

1. Ability to understand the Layout of Various Generating Power Stations. 

2. Ability to Design Electrical Layout of Various Generating Stations 

3. Ability to Determine design parameters required for Distribution systems 

4. Ability to understand the features and need of various Compensation Systems 

5. Ability to Design Compensation system for a given distribution system

COURSE OBJECTIVE-

1.To introduce students to power system protection and switchgear.

2.To teach students theory and applications of the main components used in power system protection for electric machines, transformers, bus bars, overhead and underground feeders.

3.To teach students the theory, construction, applications of main types Circuit breakers, Relays for protection of generators, transformers and protection of feeders from over- voltages and other hazards. It emphasis on neutral grounding for overall protection

4.To develop an ability and skill to design the feasible protection systems needed for each main part of a power system in students.

COURSE OUTCOMES-

1..Student gains knowledge on different Protective Equipments or Power Systems

2.Know about various protective systems- how it works and where it works?

3.Different applications o f the relays, circuit breakers, grounding for different elements of power system is also discussed in the subject.

4.Ability to discuss recovery and Restriking.

5.Ability to express Oil circuit Breaker, Air Blast circuit Breakers, SF6 Circuit Breaker.

6.Abiity to identify various types of relays

7.Ability to identify Rotor, Stator Faults, inter turn faults and their protection.

Course Objective: 

• To introduce different types of system and identify a set of algebraic equations to represent and model a complicated system into a more simplified form to interpret different physical and mechanical systems in terms of electrical system to construct equivalent electrical models for analysis. • To employ time domain analysis to predict and diagnose transient performance parameters of the system for standard input functions and identify the needs of different types of controllers and compensator to ascertain the required dynamic response from the system 

• Formulate different types of analysis in frequency domain to explain the nature of stability of the system. 

Course Outcomes: 

At the end of the course, a student will be able to: 

1. Categorize different types of system and identify a set of algebraic equations to represent and            model a complicated system into a more simplified form. 

2. Characterize any system in Laplace domain to illustrate different specification of the system using transfer function concept. 

3. Interpret different physical and mechanical systems in terms of electrical system to construct equivalent electrical models for analysis.

 4. Employ time domain analysis to predict and diagnose transient performance parameters of the system for standard input functions. 

5. Formulate different types of analysis in frequency domain to explain the nature of stability of the system. 

6. Identify the needs of different types of controllers and compensator to ascertain the required dynamic response from the system.

COURSE OBJECTIVES-

To introduce the basic mathematical concepts related to electromagnetic vector fields. 

To impart knowledge on the concepts of electrostatics, electric potential, energy density and their applications. 

To impart knowledge on the concepts of magnetostatics, magnetic flux density, scalar and vector potential and its applications. 

To impart knowledge on the concepts of Faraday‘s law, induced emf and Maxwell‘s equations. 

To impart knowledge on the concepts of Concepts of electromagnetic waves and Transmission lines.

COURSE OUTCOMES-

Understand the basic mathematical concepts related to electromagnetic vector fields. 

Apply the principles of electrostatics to the solutions of problems relating to electric field and electric potential, boundary conditions and electric energy density.

Apply the principles of magneto statics to the solutions of problems relating to magnetic field and magnetic potential, boundary conditions and magnetic energy density.

 Understand the concepts related to Faraday‘s law, induced emf and Maxwell‘s equations. 

Apply Maxwell‘s equations to solutions of problems relating to transmission lines and uniform plane wave propagation.

Network Analysis & Synthesis deals with analysis of a given electrical circuit to compare response with different sets of input. 

It is mainly divided in two sections: Analysis & Synthesis design technique for linear electrical circuits. Synthesis starts from a prescribed impedance function of frequency or frequency response and then determines the possible networks that will produce the required response. The technique is to be compared to network analysis in which the response (or other behaviour) of a given circuit is calculated. Network synthesis was a great leap forward in circuit design. Prior to network synthesis, only network analysis was available, but this requires that one already knows what form of circuit is to be analysed. There is no guarantee that the chosen circuit will be the closest possible match to the desired response, nor that the circuit is the simplest possible. Network synthesis directly addresses both these issues. Network synthesis has historically been concerned with synthesising passive networks, but is not limited to such circuits.

microprocessor is an electronic component that is used by a computer to do its work. It is a central processing unit on a single integrated circuit chip containing millions of very small components including transistorsresistors, and diodes that work together. Some microprocessors in the 20th century required several chips. Microprocessors help to do everything from controlling elevators to searching the Web. Everything a computer does is described by instructions of computer programs, and microprocessors carry out these instructions many millions of times a second.

This subject is for third year students of Electrical Engg. 

After completing this course the student will be able to:
- establish and use power system models based on nodal admittance and impedance matrices for the analysis of large-scale power networks
- model generators, transformers, lines and cables in the positive, negative and zero sequence systems as basis for the analysis of symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults
- perform analysis of power systems subject to symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults
- define, establish and solve equations for regular (AC) power flow, DC power flow, and optimal power flow
- use simulation tools to perform comprehensive short circuit studies, load flow studies, and optimal power flow studies along with stability analysis
- use instruments and equipment in the laboratory.

This is designed for second year electrical engineering students. In this subject, We analyze the various principles & concepts involved in Electromechanical Energy conversion. It demonstrate the constructional details of DC machines as well as transformers, and principle of operation of brushless DC motor, Stepper and DC Servo motors.  This also evaluates the performance and characteristics of DC Machine, the performance of transformers, individually and in parallel operation. Finally it demonstrate and perform various connections of three phase transformers.

These are non traditional electrical macines which are used typically in position control system, robotics and mechatronics, electric vehicles and high speed transportation. 

This subject deals with the concepts and  applications of electricity. The aim of the contents in this subject is to provide the basic knowledge of electricity to all the undergraduate students and practicing engineers of all branches of engineering. 

Course Outcomes:

At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:

CO1: Understand basics electrical circuits with nodal and mesh analysis.

CO2: Appreciate electrical network theorems.

CO3: Apply Laplace transform for steady state and transient analysis.

CO4: Determine different network functions.

CO5: Appreciate the frequency domain techniques.


Pre-requisites: Basics Electrical Engineering, Engineering Mathematics


Very-large-scale integration (VLSI) is the process of creating an integrated circuit (IC) by combining thousands of transistors into a single chip. VLSI began in the 1970s when complex semiconductor and communication technologies were being developed. The microprocessor is a VLSI device. Before the introduction of VLSI technology, most ICs had a limited set of functions they could perform. An electronic circuit might consist of a CPU, ROM, RAM and other logic gate. VLSI lets IC designers add all of these into one chip. The electronics industry has achieved a phenomenal growth over the last few decades, mainly due to the rapid advances in large scale integration technologies and system design applications. With the advent of very large scale integration (VLSI) designs, the number of applications of integrated circuits (ICs) in high-performance computing, controls, telecommunications, image and video processing, and consumer electronics has been rising at a very fast pace.

The course aims at introducing information theory and the practical aspects of data compression and error-control coding. The theoretical concepts are illustrated using practical examples related to the effective storage and transmission of digital and analog data. Recent developments in the field of channel coding are also discussed (Turbo-codes).

Digital System Design is the digital circuit design used in the Electronics industry especially in the VLSI field. It is the implementation of IC chips over several transistors.

Digitization is now implemented in a wide range of applications, including information (computers), telecommunications, control systems, etc. Digital circuits replace many analog systems.


Unit 1

Introduction to Networks and Data Communications :

1.1 Goals and Applications of Networks,

1.2 Network structure and architecture, 

1.3 The Internet, Protocols and Standards,

1.4 Layered Tasks, The OSI reference model, TCP / IP, Addressing, 

1.5 Line Coding Review.

Unit 2

Physical Layer & Data LInk Layer

2.1 Transmission Media: Guided and unguided.

2.2 Network Topology Design.

2.3 Data Link Layer: Error detection and Correction.

2.4 Framing, Flow and Error Control Protocols.

2.5 Networking devices.

Unit 3

Multiple access & IEEE standards:

3.1 Random Access Protocols, CDMA, CSMA/CD, CSMA/CA.

3.2 Controlled Access, Channelization Wired LANs.

3.3 IEEE Standards, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet.

3.4 Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11.

3.5 Bluetooth IEEE 802.16.

Unit 4

Network layer & Transport layer protocols:

4.1 Point - to Pont Networks routing.

4.2 Congestion control.

4.3 Internetworking -TCP / IP, IP packet.

4.4 IPV4, IPv6.

4.5 Transport Layer Protocol: UDP and TCP.

4.6 ATM & session Layer-Design issues.

Unit 5

Application Layer:

5.1 File Transfer.

5.2 Electronic mail.

5.3 Virtual Terminals.

5.4 Cryptography & Network Security.

Electronic devices are components for controlling the flow of electrical currents for the purpose of information processing and system control. Prominent examples include transistors and diodes. Electronic devices are usually small and can be grouped together into packages called integrated circuits.

Integrated circuits (ICs) are a keystone of modern electronics. They are the heart and brains of most circuits. They are the ubiquitous little black "chips" you find on just about every circuit board. Unless you're some kind of crazy, analog electronics wizard, you're likely to have at least one IC in every electronics project you build, so it's important to understand them, inside and out.

An IC is a collection of electronic components -- resistorstransistorscapacitors, etc. -- all stuffed into a tiny chip, and connected together to achieve a common goal. They come in all sorts of flavors: single-circuit logic gates, op amps, 555 timers, voltage regulators, motor controllers, microcontrollers, microprocessors, FPGAs...the list just goes on-and-on.

In this course we study about basics of microprocessor , 8085  and 8086 microprocessors pin descriptions in detail with its programming, supporting IC's with microprocessor. Also we study about 8051 microcontroller basics and pin descriptions and its programming in Assembly Language.

Course Outcomes: 

At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to:

 1. Apply a basic concept of digital fundamentals to Microprocessor based personal computer system.

 2. Analyze a detailed software & hardware structure of the Microprocessor.

 3. Learn the basics of 8086 Microprocessor and Peripheral Devices like timer, USART etc.

 4. Understand the difference between Microprocessors & Microcontrollers, and details Architecture of 8051 Microcontroller. 

5. Learn the concept of 8051 instruction set and implement them to design projects on   real time problems.

This  subject tells about various aspects of Digital Communication such as Introduction, Basic components, How Digital Signal Communication Process works and its various advantages over Analog Signal Communication.

Control system engineering is the branch of engineering which deals with the principles of control theory, to design a system which gives yields the desired behavior in a controlled manner. Hence, although control engineering is often taught within electrical engineering at university, it is an interdisciplinary topic.

Control system engineers analyze, design, and optimize complex systems which consist of highly integrated coordination of mechanical, electrical, chemical, metallurgical, electronic or pneumatic elements. Thus control engineering deals with a diverse range of dynamic systems which include human and technological interfacing. These systems are broadly referred to as control systems.


A signal is a description of how one parameter varies with another parameter. For instance, voltage changing over time in an electronic circuit, or brightness varying with distance in an image. A system is any process that produces an output signal in response to an input signal.