Gujarat Technological University

Syllabus for New MBA Program effective from Academic Year 2011-12
(Also applicable to 2nd Year Students of 2010-12 Batch MBA Program) COMPULSORY COURSES MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: - Comprehensive Project Report – Industry Defined Problem (CP-IDP) Sub Code: - 2830004 In addition to Major Specializations, there will be over sixty Sectorial / Industry Areas for Practical studies in which theoretical papers / books are not to be taught in regular classroom sessions, but the teachers and students are free to use any available books, publications and online material to understand and guide the students for various sectors. Ideally, a teacher should study and specialize in at least TWO Sectors, so four teachers can guide 60 students in a class. (Reference: Appendix 1: List of Sectorial Areas for Comprehensive Project study given in Sem III Syllabus). This report is similar to the Grand Project, which was the part of earlier syllabus. The Comprehensive Project Report is based on the research methodology and students have to prepare the research report by using appropriate scientific statistical research tools for preparation of the CP in consultation with the faculty guide. (Please also refer the Guidelines for CP in MBA Semester III, as the same Project Title continues in Semester IV). A student has to opt for any ONE of the Sectorial Areas and study it thoroughly. The students may undertake the CP based on the selection of an Industry Defined Problem (IDP), if possible for conducting his/her Project. The work of the CP report is divided in Semester -III and Semester -IV and students have to undertake the work as per the guidelines of GTU under the guidance of the Internal Guide and submit the Progress Report in Semester -III for evaluation. The final report is to be submitted by the students at the end of Semester IV. Ideally, Weekends including Saturdays and holidays can be spared for the practical visits to the organizations for Project Work. The objective of CP is to enable the student to study the practical working and the management issues of an organization / sector / industry / business / NGO / Government organization and develop an insight into management practices in different functions, sectors and regions, as also to exchange ideas to promote Innovation and Skills in Industry and Academia for mutual benefits. A Comprehensive Project Report (CPR) shall be prepared by the student as a part of MBA curricula. Separate Guidelines have already been issued by GTU for CP Report.

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MBA – II Semester – IV Sub Name: - Global / Country Study and Report (GCR) Sub Code: - 2830003 The student shall also study the company / sector or overall economy of a foreign country and prepare a Global / Country Report in Semester III (identify the Country and Company/Product etc) and collect basic data in Sem-III and prepare a report. In Semester IV the students are required to complete the Report under the guidance of faculty. The objective is enable the student and teaching faculty learn about the socio-economic aspects of at least ONE foreign country, and learn about present and potential area of business with that country. It will also enable to learn about how to do business / export / import with / within that country, and prepare and submit a final Global / Country Report by end of Semester IV as a part of MBA curricula. Partial Credits shall be given for both Projects - CP and Global – in Semester III and IV as per the Guidelines given in the Detailed Syllabus of Semester III. Separate Guidelines and FAQ have already been issued for Global / Country Study Report.

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MBA –II Semester - IV Sub Name: - Business Ethics & Corporate Governance (BE&CG) Sub Code: - 2840003 1. Course Objective: To prepare men and women with character by sensitizing them to fundamental principles of Ethics in general and Business Ethics in particular in such a way that it makes permanent imprints in the minds of the students so that ‘Ethical Mindset’ becomes a crucial filter for future decision making process as is necessary for a transparent and a fair Corporate Governance System. 2. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each, i.e. 45 hours Marks (70 External exam) 17

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Introduction to Business Ethics: Nature of Ethics; Ethical Concepts and Theories; I 1 to 2 Case Studies on Ethics, Morals and Values. Managerial Ethics: Managerial & Ethical Dilemmas at work; Managing Ethical Problems; Managerial Ethics and Individual Decisions; Creative Accounting-Its Role in Business II Scandals; Corporate Ethical Leadership and Corporate Social Responsibility and Social Reporting and Ethics of Whistle Blowing. 1to 2 Case Studies. Business Ethics and Corporate Goverence: Corporate Governance-Global Practice, Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002; Reports of Various Committees III (1.Narayanmurthy 2.Ganguly 3. Naresh Chandra 4. CII OECD) and their recommendations on corporate Governance. 1 to 2 Case studies Model working of corporate governance: Board Structure, role and responsibilities of directors, Rights IV and responsibilities of shareholders, ownership of independent directors – Indian Scenario, corporate governance summary, corporate governance rating Practical Module: The students may be given a term paper either V individually or in group of 2 to 3 students on topic like: 1. Important tenets important religions (any one of them) and their implication for social and GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV /

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spiritual implications. 2. Significance of V alu es con tain ed in Sc r ipt ur es like Ramayana, Mahabharat, Bible, Quran, etc., for Social and Spiritual Welfare. 3. Important Values subscribed by great Leaders like, Akbar the Great, Maharana Pratap, Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teressa, etc., and their significance in guiding Human Behaviour. 4. Relevant values as practiced by corporate leaders like Lala Shree Ram, Seth Jamnalalji Bajaj, Sir Jamshetji Tata, and their role in empire building. 5. Relevant Values of present Business Leaders like, Azim Premji, Narayanmurthy, Rahul Bajaj, Ratan Tata, Kumar Mangalam Birla, Mukesh Ambani, Anil Ambani and their role models of corporate governance 6. The students may also be asked to conduct the survey of 3 to 4 organizations to study the Ethical practices pursued by them and the way Ethical Dilemmas ,if any, are resolved and also the system of corporate governance in those organizations 4. Teaching Method: 1. Lectures to explain the concepts with live examples followed by a case study. 2. Presentation of Term Paper by a student or a group of students. 3. Question - answer and Class Discussions 5. Evaluation: A B C Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination End –Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment)

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Albuquerque Daniel Taxmann 2010 R4 Taxmann Himalaya Publishing Oxford Uni.V. Reference Books: Sr.S. Fernando Rupani Riya Name of the Book Ethics in Business and Corporate Governance Business Ethics and Corporate Governance Business Ethics Business Ethics and Corporate Governance Publisher Tata McGraw Hill Himalaya Publishing Pearson Himalaya Publishing Edition 2011 or Latest 2009 or Latest Edition Latest Latest Edition 7. T1 T2 T3 T4 Author S K Mandal Murthy C.S.6.V. No. R1 Author David J. a Global and Managerial Perspective Business Ethics : Managing Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability in the Age of Globalization Corporate Governance Values & Ethics Business Ethics and Business Communications Business Ethics Business Ethics: Principles and practice Publisher McGraw-Hill Irwin.Fritzsche Name of the Book Business Ethics. No. Text Books: Sr. Singapore Edition Latest Edition R2 Andrew Crane & Dirk Matten Oxford University Press Latest Edition R3 Neeru Vasisth Namita Rajput Nadhani Ashok K Murthy C. Press Latest Edition R5 R6 Latest Edition Latest Edition GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 5 .

Topic 15-16 17-18 19-21 22-23 24-25 26-28 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 6 .8. IBA Journal of Management & Leadership published by Indus Business Academy. Creative Accounting-Its Role in Business Scandals. Ownership of Independent DirectorsIndian Scenario Corporate Governance Summary. Bangalore. Ethical Concepts and Theories. Morals and Values. Issue 2 July 2011. Corporate Ethical Leadership and Corporate Social Responsibility and Social Reporting and Ethics of Whistle Blowing. Model Working of Corporate Governance : Board Structure. Administering and Reporting of Corporate Governance Report. Issue 1 January 2011.Naresh Chandra and 4. 1to 2 Case Studies. Managerial Ethics: Managerial & Ethical Dilemmas at work. Role and Responsibilities of Directors Right and Responsibilities of Shareholders.Narayanmurthy 2. Kalyan Kalpataru published by Geeta Press Gorakhpur. Corporate Governance Rating.Ganguly 3. Managing Ethical Problems Managerial Ethics and Individual Decisions. List of Journals/Periodicals/Magazines/Newspapers. published by C K Shah Vijapurwala Institute of Management. and Volume 2. • • • 9. Vadodara Journal of Human Values published by Indian Institute of Management. Kolkata. Special Issue September 2011. Issue 1 January 2012. 1 to 2 Case Studies. Volume 1. Volume 1. etc. 1-2 3-4 5-7 8-9 10-11 12-14 Introduction to Business Ethics: Nature of Ethics. 1 to 2 Case Studies.Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002 Reports of Various Committees ( 1.CII OECD ) and their Recommendations on Corporate Governance in India. Session Plan: Session no. Ethics. • SANKALPA: Journal of Management and Research (ISSN: 2231-1904). Business Ethics and Corporate Governance: Corporate Governance-Global Practice .

Quran. Mother Teressa.29-36 Practical Module: The students may be given a Term Paper either individually or in a group of 2 to 3 students on topics like : 1. Tata and their Role in Empire Building. etc. Ratan Tata. Bible. 4. and their Role Models for Corporate Governance 6. Azim Premji. Akbar the Great. Maharana Pratap. Relevant Values as practiced by Corporate Leaders like.if any.. Mukesh Ambani. Mahatma Gandhi. Lala Shree Ram. etc. and their significance in guiding Human Behaviour. Important Values subscribed by great Leaders like. 5. for Social and Spiritual Welfare. Mahabharat. Important Tenets of different Religions (any one of them) and their implications for social and spiritual welfare.. 2. GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 7 . The students may also be asked to conduct the survey of 3 to 4 organizations to study the Ethical practices pursued by them and the way Ethical Dilemmas . Signifcance of Values contained in Scriptures like Ramayana. are resolved and also the system of Cor p o r a t e Governance in those organizations. and Sir Jamshetji N. Relevant Values of present Business Leaders like. etc. Anil Ambani. Narayanmurthy. Sheth Jamanlalji Bajaj. Rahul Bajaj. 3. Kumar Mangalam Birla.

Groups that do not identify an organization on their own will have an organization assigned to them. 45 hours. Implementation of global Supply Chain ERP software with an emphasis on leadership and managerial implications/actions. Enable the student to practice critical leadership thinking. • Compulsory class presentation with live experiences of ERP modules or BPR. To learn principles of leading very large change initiatives by focusing on the rational and emotional aspects of organizational transformation. 3. e. articles and working in teams. To develop the student’s organizational and analytical skills through the use of business cases studies. Course Objective: a. • Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Class participation etc • Projects will require working in the organizations to study ERP implementation (or different modules) in a group of 4-6 students.Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Sub Code: . Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each. Teaching Methods: • Case discussion • Discussion on concepts and implementation issues on ERP. 2. To enable the student to understand the challenges associated with the successful c. Groups are responsible for identifying the organization that they wish to study for ERP applications. selection of ERP software. creativity and general business instincts. d. SCM and CRM • Case discussion covering a cross section of gaining strategic advantage by applying BPR and ERP.2840004 1. communication and interpersonal skills. i. and integration of processes and transactions in the ERP system. GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 8 . b.ELECTIVE COURSES MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . T o introduce the student to the rationale for acquiring and implementing ERP systems. tolerance of ambiguity.e.

I 7 18 II 7 17 III 7 18 IV 7 17 V 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) Note: *ERP marketplace .Functional Modules: Introduction. Using ERP tool: either SAP or ORACLE format for a case study. Business Process Re engineering. Marketplace Dynamics. Data ware Housing.in ERP.LAP. Critical success and failure factors. Integration of ERP. ERP and Internet. Introduction. Materials Management. Oracle Corporation. Product Life Cycle Management(PLM). Functional Modules of ERP Software. Advantage of ERP. Plant Maintenance. Inc. Supply *ERP Marketplace and Marketplace Dynamics: Market Overview. Evaluation: A B C Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination End –Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 9 . Consultants. * ERP functional Modules. JD Edwards World Solutions Company. Vendors and Employees. Supply chain and Customer Relationship Applications. Scenario and Justification of ERP in India. Origin. System Software Associates. ERP Implementation Life Cycle. and The changing ERP Market. Practical Module: ERP & E-Commerce. People Soft. Online Analytic Processing (OLAP). ERP Implementation Basics. Object Oriented Architecture. Various Modules of ERP.4. Baan Company. Course Content: Module No: No. of Sessions Marks (70 External exam) Module Content ERP Introduction. Data Mining. A Comparative Assessment and Selection of ERP Packages and Modules. Future Directives. SAP AG. Role of SDLC/SSAD. Benefits. (SSA) QAD. Finance. Introduction. *ERP. Evolution and Structure: Conceptual Model of ERP. Human Resource Management 5. Quality Management. Integrating ERP into organizational culture.

Ganesh Vanapalli Jyotindra Zaveri Mr. Olson Jill O'Sullivan and Gene Caiola Name of the Book ERP Managerial Issues of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Enterprise Resource Planning Publisher Tata McGraw Hill McGraw-Hill Higher Education Tata McGraw Hill Edition ISBN: 9780070656802 Latest Edition Latest Edition 7.V.6. T1 T2 T3 Author Alexis Leon David L. Reference Books: Sr. No. ERP Software for SMEs.: Journals relating to ERP. Clay Whybark Mahadeo Jaiswal. Sadagopan F. SAP etc may be used. GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 10 . Murthy Name of the Book ERP-A Managerial Perspective Why ERP? A primer on SAP Implementation ERP Enterprise Resource Planning Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Text and Case Studies Publisher Tata McGraw Hill McGraw-Hill Higher Education Macmillan India Ltd Himalaya Publication Himalaya Publication Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition Latest edition Latest edition 8. Tally ERP software. List of Journals/Periodicals/Magazines/Newspapers.S. C. Robert Jacobs and D. Text Books: Sr. etc. R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 Author S. No.

Conceptual Model of ERP. Evolution and Retirement phases. Various Modules of ERP Business Process Re-engineering – Introduction to BPR. SCM and CRM Practical Module: Case Studies Development and Analysis of ERP Implementations in focusing the various issues discussed in above units through Soft System approaches or qualitative Analysis tools. Implementation.Benefit. ERP Life Cycle: Adoption decision. ERP Market. Strategic Grid: Useful guidelines for ERP Implementations. Advantages of ERP. Hidden costs ERP success inhibitors and accelerators. ERP implementation life cycle. ERP related technologies. ERP and BPR Supply Chain Management. ERP and Internet. Options of various paradigms Evaluation criterion for ERP product. Management concern for ERP success.9. Model for improving ERP effectiveness. Framework for evaluating ERP acquisition. ERP implementation strategies. Implementation vendors evaluation criterion. Data Mining and OLAP. Learning and Emerging Issues 29-36 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 11 . ERP Drivers. Critical Factors guiding selection and evaluation. Analytical Hierarchy Processes (AHP). Integrating ERP into organizational culture ERP & E-Commerce. Role of consultants. Implementation approaches and methodology. vendors and users in ERP implementation. ROI of ERP implementation. Technologies in ERP Systems and Extended ERP.in ERP. ERP Customization Critical success and failure factors for implementation. Session Plan: Session no. Common Myths and Evolving realities. Scenario and Justification of ERP in India. Use & Maintenance. Future Directives. Decision support system. Acquisition. 1-2 3-4 5-7 8-9 10-11 12-13 14-15 16-17 18-19 20-21 22-23 24-25 26-28 Topic Introduction to ERP .Applications of AHP in evaluating ERP Selection of Weights. Evolution and Structure. ERP Modules. Need of BPR. Relevance to Data Warehousing.

Transportation. Course Content: Module No: Module Content Introduction and Strategic View: Meaning. Global Supply Chain Practical Module: No. 45 hours. Agile Supply Chains. Network Design and Operations. Supply Chain Data Management. Supply Chain Restructuring. Distribution Networks Managing Material Flow: Inventory Management. Pricing and Revenue Management . Supply Chain Drivers and Metrics. 2. of Sessions Marks (70 External exam) I 7 17 II 7 17 III 7 18 IV 7 18 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) V (Project Work/Assignment/Presentation on Supply Chain of Selected Industry/Firm) 8 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 12 . Information Technology in Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Innovations: Supply Chain Integration. Production Planning and Scheduling. Outsourcing – Make or Buy Managing Material Flow: Inventory Management. Production Planning and Scheduling.2840005 1.MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: .e. Role of supply chain management. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each.Supply Chain Management (SCM) Sub Code: . The approach of this course is practical and contemporary in nature. It emphasizes on understanding the contemporary and cutting edge supply chain management practices by study of fundamentals of Supply Chain Management. i. Transportation. replenishment and execution. Supply chain strategy and performance measures. Network Design and Operations. Course Objective: The main aim of the course is to acquaint students to basics of supply chain management on planning. Distribution Networks Managing Information Flow: Demand Forecasting.

No. 5. R1 R2 Author Sarika Kulkarni Coyle. etc. Bardi. Teaching Methods: Following pedagogical tools will be used for teaching the course: a) Case discussions. Evaluation: A B C Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination End –Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) 6. M Bixby Management Coluper Principles of Supply Chain Wisner. b) Discussion on issues and techniques c) Projects/Assignments/Quiz/Class Participation. Supply Chain Management: Strategy Planning and Operation T3 7. Meindle Peter and Kalra D. Longley Name of the Book Supply Chain Management The management of Business Logistics – A supply Chain Perspective Publisher Tata McGraw-Hill Thomson Press Tata McGraw-Hill Thomson Press Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition R3 R4 Donald J Bowersox.Keong Leong Management A Balanced and Keah-Choon Tan Approach Latest Edition Latest Edition GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 13 . V. Text Books: Sr. Herbert Supply Chain Management Kotzab Chopra Sunil.4. T1 T2 Author Shah Janat Name of the Book Supply Chain Management: Text and Cases Publisher Pearson Education Tata McGraw Hill Pearson Education Edition Latest edition 2011 Fourth Edition 2011 Sinha Amit. No. Supply Chain Logistics Dand J Closs. Reference Books: Sr.

List of Journals/Periodicals/Magazines/Newspapers. Supply Chain Journals and Articles published in India and internationally may be referred 9. Role of supply chain management Supply chain strategy and performance measures Supply Chain Drivers and Metrics Outsourcing – Make or Buy Inventory Management Production Planning and Scheduling Transportation Network Design and Operations. Session Plan: Session no. etc. Distribution Networks Demand Forecasting Supply Chain Data Management Information Technology in Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Integration Supply Chain Restructuring Agile Supply Chains Pricing and Revenue Management . 1 2-3 4-5 6-7 8-9 10 11-12 13-14 15-17 18-19 20-21 22-23 24 25 26-28 29-36 Topic Meaning. Global Supply Chain Practical Module: (Project Work/Assignment/Presentation on Supply Chain of Selected Industry/Firm) GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 14 .8.

i.(2840006) 1. of Sessions Marks (70 External exam) Module Content Concept of project – classifications – project risk – scope Project management – definitions – overview – project plan – management project management life cycles and uncertainty I Project planning – scope – problem statement – project goals – objectives – success criteria – assumptions – risks – obstacles – approval process – projects and strategic planning Project implementation – project resource requirements – Types of resources – men – materials– finance Project monitoring – evaluation – control – project II network technique –planning for monitoring and evaluation – project audits – project management information system – project scheduling – PERT & CPM – project communication – post project reviews Project team management – recruitment – organizing – human resources – team operating rules – project organization – various forms of project organizations – project organization charting – project contracts – principles – III compilation of contracts – practical aspects – legal aspects – global tender – negotiations – insurance Closing the project – types of project termination – strategic implications – project in trouble – termination strategies – evaluation of termination possibilities – termination procedures 7 17 7 17 7 18 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 15 . 2. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each.Project Management (PM) Sub Code: . Course Contents: Module No: No.e.MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . • Increase the student's ability to function effectively on a project team. 45 hours 3. • Increase the student's ability to function effectively as a project manager. Objectives: • To develop an awareness of the need for project planning and management • To apply professional attitudes and techniques to managing a project • Provide students with a basic understanding of project management principles and practices.

Teaching Method: The following pedagogical tools will be used to teach this course: (1) Lectures and Discussions (2) Role Playing (3) Assignments and Presentations 5. debentures and bonds Hybrid Securities: Preference Shares. lease. Types of ownership Securities (Equity Shares. Financing of Infrastructure Projects Practical Module: Prepare a project of your choice using the theoretical V fundamentals in above modules and also prepare a project report under the guidance of your subject teacher. Evaluation: A B C Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination End –Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) 6. Preference Shares. Text Books: Sr. Project Financing In India – SBI Guidelines. bonds with warrants. Financing of Export oriented units. Financing of small scale units. 7 18 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) 4. No. IV convertible bonds.Project Financing : Rights and obligations of Fund providers. deferred shares) Types of Debt Securities: Term loans. T1 T2 T3 Author Khatua Bhavesh Patel Harry-Maylor Name of the Book Project Management and Appraisal Project Management Project Management Publisher Oxford Publication Vikas Publication Pearson Publication Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition Latest edition GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 16 .

etc.7. Author No. List of Journals/Periodicals/Magazines/Newspapers. Project.S. Mantel Jr Managerial Approach” R5 David I Cleland R6 Gopalakrishnan R7 John M Nicholas Project management Project Management John Wiley and Sons Latest edition Mcgraw Hill Latest edition International Edition Mcmillan India Ltd Latest edition Latest edition “Project Management For Prentice Hall Business And Technology” Of India Pvt Ltd 8. is encouraged. “Project Management. etc. Project Management Journals and Articles published in India and internationally. R1 Clifford F Gray. GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 17 . Erik W Larson R2 P K Joy R3 Prasanna Chandra R4 Pinto Name of the Book “Project Management-The Managerial Process” Total Project ManagementThe Indian Context Project Planning Concept Project Management Publisher Edition Mcgraw-Hill Latest edition Publishing Co Ltd Macmillan India Ltd Latest edition TMH Publication Pearson Latest Edition Latest Edition R5 Jack Meredith. SAP. Reference Books: Sr. use of Software like M.A Samuel J.

26-28 29-36 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 18 .project management information system – project scheduling – PERT & CPM project communication – post project reviews Project team management – recruitment organizing – human resources – team operating rules – project organization – various forms of project organizations project organization charting – project contracts – principles – compilation of contracts – practical aspects – legal aspects – global tender – negotiations – insurance Closing the project – types of project termination – strategic implications – project in trouble termination strategies – evaluation of termination possibilities – termination procedures Project Financing : Rights and obligations of Fund providers. debentures and bonds Hybrid Securities: Preference Shares. Session Plan: Session no.9. lease. Preference Shares. Project Financing In India – SBI Guidelines. Financing of Infrastructure Projects Practical Module: Prepare a project of your choice using the theoretical fundamentals in above modules and also prepare a project report under the guidance of your subject teacher. deferred shares) Types of Debt Securities: Term loans. Financing of Export oriented units. bonds with warrants. Types of ownership Securities (Equity Shares. Financing of small scale units. convertible bonds. 1-2 3-4 5-6 7 8-9 10-11 12-13 14 15-16 17-18 19-21 22-23 24-25 Topic Introduction – Definitions – classifications – project risk – scope Project management – definitions – overview – project plan management principles applied to project management – project management life cycles and uncertainty Project planning – scope – problem statement – project goals – objectives – success criteria – assumptions – risks – obstacles – approval process projects and strategic planning Project implementation – project resource requirements-types of resources – men – materials – finance Project monitoring – evaluation – control-project network technique planning for monitoring and evaluation – project audits.

It envisages strategic p l a n n i n g . Definition. The Structure of Management Control Systems. b u d g e t i n g .MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . The process of implementation of the strategies and the dilemma faced by managers are the main focus of this course.e. the main objective of this course is to equip the students with the skills for effective implementation of strategies and resolving the attendant problems. r e s o u r c e a l l o c a t i o n .Management Control Systems (MCS) Sub Code: . performance m e a s u r e m e n t . i. Course Objectives: Every organization is meant for achieving pre-set goals and objectives. 2. Thus. Engineered and Discretionary Expense Centres – Profit Centres.Behavior Aspects of Organizations. 7 17 II 7 17 III 7 18 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 19 .2840007 1. 45 hours. and reward/ responsibility centre allocation. Basic Concepts. Responsibility Centres. Management control systems are designed in order to implement these strategies successfully. Various Control issues. of Sessions I Introduction to Management Control Systems and the Environment of Management Control. Transfer of Goods & Services between Divisions and its Pricing. Execution of these strategies assumes as much importance as formulation itself. Course Contents: Marks (70 External exam) Module No: Module Content No. Administration of Transfer P r i c e s – I n v e s t m e n t Centres. evaluation. 3. Types – Revenue & Expense Centres. Goal Congruence and Factors Influencing the Congruence. Measures and Controls of Assets. Well though t-out s tr ategies are being implemented for this purpose. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each. Divisional performance and Responsibility accounting. The Nature of Management Control. Various Measures of Profits.

IV The Process Part of Management Control:Planning. 5. Analysis of Performance through Variance. and/or discussions on peculiarity of MCS in industry. Performance Analysis and Rewarding. 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) 4. Balance Score Card. The practical assignment shall to be carried by field work. Service organization b. manufacturing & service organizations. Its Process and Techniques. Evaluation: A B C Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination End –Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 20 . The suggested method is chalk and talk. along with discussion. Non-profit organization c. Projects d. Teaching Method: The following pedagogical tools shall be used for teaching the subject: 1. Defining control variables and check point for event management. Compensation for Management Staff – Different Compensations Plans for Corporate Officers and SBU Managers Practical Module: 7 18 V Application of MCS in the following: a. 2. Budget Preparation. and practical applications should be undertaken. Developments in Performance Measurement System (PMS). Planning of Existing and Proposed Programs. Strategic Planning. Discussion of cases. Budgeting.

etc.1) GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 21 .. Reading: For reading the theory Chapters of any text book is suggested. Basic Concepts. International Journal of Retail and Distribution Mgmt. List of Journals/Periodicals/Magazines/Newspapers. 1-2 Topic Introduction to Management Control Systems. Text Books: Sr. Boundaries of Management Control. Strategy Implementation aspects.. T-1 is suggested. T1 T2 T3 Author Robert Anthony and Vijay Govindarajan. etc 9. Different Levels of Planning and Control. Cases are selected from that book 3-4 The Nature of Control Systems. Maciariello and Calvi J.6. No. Professional selling. as a base reference book. Interfaces of Various Disciplines.. Journal of Supply Chain Mgmt. Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Mgmt. No. Pradip Kumar Sinha N. Journal of Marketing Channels. Reading : The Nature of MCS ( AG: Chap –1) or any other book Case: Nucor Corporation (A) (AG: 1. Ghosh Name of the Book Management Control Systems Management Control Systems Management Control Systems Publisher Tata McGraw Hill Excel PHI Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition 7. However. Reference Books: Sr. R1 Author Joseph A. Kirby Ravindhra Vadapalii Name of the Book Management Control Systems Management Control Systems Publisher PHI Edition Latest Edition R2 Excel Latest Edition 8. Session Plan: Session No.

5-6 Behaviour in Organisations. Classification of responsibility centres. Behavioral aspects of Systems. The structural part of MCS. Reading :Transfer Pricing (AG : Chap. 6) or any other book Case: Birch Paper Company (AG :6. Profit Responsibility Centre: Conditions for making a profit centre. EVA v/s ROI Reading : Measuring and Controlling Assets Employed(AG : Chap. Classification of responsibility centres. budget preparation of various centres. the process part of MCS. discretionary v/s engineered. Responsibility Centers: Revenue and Expense Centres. revenue centre. Constraints for Profit centres. Expense. ( AG: Chap 5.1) 18-19 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 22 . Discretionary Expense Centers. Measurement of various assets.3 ) Responsibility Centers: Revenue and Expense Centres. discretionary v/s engineered. Issues of Goal Congruence. 9) or any other book Case : New York Times (AG 9. Various depreciation method and its implications. Discretionary Expense Centers. Strategic planning.8) or any other book Budgeting & Control Reading: Budget Preparation. Various methods of fixing transfer prices. Administration of transfer prices. Ideal situations of having good Transfer prices to be set. Functional v/s SBU. The structural part of MCS. Internal and external analysis of strategic planning(AG : Chap. budget preparation of various centres. Factors affecting Human Behaviour. Role of Controller Reading : Behaviour in Organizations ( AG: Chap –3) or any other book Case: Rendell Company (AG 3. 5) or any other book Case: North Country Auto. revenue centre. basic principles. Various types of budget. Various measures of profits and its implications Reading : Profit Centres (AG : Chap. The process part of budget preparation(AG : Chap.2) 7-9 10-11 12-13 14-15 Transfer Prices: Objectives. Inc. Expense. Structure of Organisations.7) or any other Book The Management Control Process Reading: Strategies. budgeting for short term and long term.2) 16-17 Investment Responsibility Centre: investment centre as responsibility centre. capital and operation budgets.

Key success factors Reading: Chap. AG 10(or any other book). Performance of the organisation. Differentiated Strategies. and also a reading of Variance analysis from Cost Accounting Book Performance Reports Reading : AG :Chap :11 Case: Analog Devices. Projects d. Non-profit organization c. Innovative and competitive strategies. Defining control variables and check point for event management GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 23 . Types of incentive plans. Inc. Reading: AG Chap. Service organization b. controls for systems for different strategies. Balance score card. Reading : AG Chap.13 or any other book Case: Texas Instruments and Hewlett-Packard (AG 13. (A) Management Compensation: compensation for management staff. Characteristics for a good compensation plans. Variances. 12 or any other book.3) Practical Module: 22-23 24-25 26-28 29-36 Application of MCS in following a.20-21 Analyzing the Financial Performance: evaluation of performance.

Understanding the role of technology in under the current scenario of collaborations and clusters. 2. ERP An overview ERP-Selection. Management and future of BI. Execution and future directions and trends. of Sessions Marks (70 External exam) Module Content Introduction: Understand the role of information Technology in an organization. 45 hours. 3. steps involved and prerequisites. Enterprise Systems..Technology & Business (T&B) Sub Code: . Kinds. Technologies Enabling BI. i. Strategic initiatives for technology in business organizations Business Intelligence: Introduction. Knowledge Management through technology i. Course Contents: Module No: No. Identifying i n f o r m a t i o n a n d u s e o f t e c h n o l o g y for Business Initiatives. and make public presentation. Knowing about the creation of alliances and partnerships that include electronic linkages.e.: KMS Ethics and Information. Ethical issues related to Information Technology. SCM.MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: .e. Knowledge Management: Strategic Knowledge Management. Outsourcing: Concept. latest trends. Objectives: The objective of the course is to understand the use of information technology to design and structure the organization. ES for SME’s and MSME’s Creating and enhancing collaborative partnerships: An Overview. Emerging trends and technologies Security management of Information technology Practical Module: I 7 17 II 7 18 III 7 17 IV 7 18 V Prepare a project of your choice using the theoretical fundamentals in above modules and also prepare a small presentation / project report under the guidance of your subject teacher. Fundamental of Computers.CRM.2840008 1. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each. 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 24 .

4. Teaching Method: The following pedagogical tools will be used to teach this course: (1) Lectures and Discussions. (2) Use of ICT in classroom / outside. (3) Assignments and Presentations 5. Evaluation: A B C Projects/Assignments/Quiz/Class Participation, etc. Mid-Semester Examination End-Semester Examination Weightage (50 Marks) (Internal Assessment) Weightage (30 Marks) (Internal Assessment) Weightage (70 Marks) (External Assessment)

6. Text Books: Sr. No. T1 Author Efraim Turban Dorothy Leidner Ephraim Mclean James Wetherb Haag, Philips S. A. Kelkar Name of the Book IT for Management- Transforming organization in the digital economy Business Driven Technology Strategic IT Management: A concise study Publisher Edition

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Ethics and Information, Ethical issues related to Information Technology Enterprise Systems- CRM, SCM, ERP An overview ERP-Selection Execution and future directions and trends, ES for SME’s and MSME’s Creating and enhancing collaborative partnerships-steps involved and prerequisites Outsourcing: Concept, Kinds, latest trends Emerging trends and technologies Security management of Information technology
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The businesses of investment banking : Investment banks’ role and function; The trends in investment banking; History and Emergence of investment banking; Types of I investment banks; Raising capital: Equity and Debt; Raising Terms loans and working capital and appraisal thereof; Raising funds through using other debt instruments; including international funding; rating of instruments Valuation of companies and business: Equity and Bond Valuation, Equity Research in investment banks; Business Valuation Models, Stock price and equity research; Investment II Banking Perspective in Corporate Restructuring and M&A ; The role of investment banks in structuring M&A transactions, due diligence Financial Markets: Understanding of Primary Market (IPO) and Secondary Market; Fund Raising through Private Equity, Venture Capital and Private Placement; III Regulatory Aspects of Investment Banking, Ethics and compliance Differences in corporate governance between corporate clients and investors Issue Management: Role of Investment Banking in Primary Market (IPO); Functions of Merchant Banker in Issue Management; Underwriting and Bought Out Deals; Buybacks and Delisting IV Restructuring of business and ARCs: Restructuring – Financial and organizational restructuring, BIFR, Corporate Debt Restructuring, SARFAESI Act, ARCs, Re-schedulement and Restructuring; GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV /

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Equity and Bond Valuation. Business Valuation Models. Due diligence Financial Markets: Understanding of Primary Market (IPO) and Secondary Market Fund Raising through Private Equity. ARCs Practical Module: Prepare a project of your choice using the theoretical fundamentals in above modules and also prepare a project report under the guidance of your subject teacher. Corporate Debt Restructuring. Session Plan: Session no. Equity Research in investment banks Investment Banking Perspective in Corporate Restructuring and M&A . Buybacks and Delisting Restructuring – Financial and organizational restructuring. etc. The trends in investment banking. List of Journals/Periodicals/Magazines/Newspapers. Ethics and compliance Differences in corporate governance between corporate clients and investors Issue Management: Role of Investment Banking in Primary Market (IPO). BIFR. History and Emergence of investment banking Types of investment banks. Re-schedulement and Restructuring. Venture Capital and Private Placement Regulatory Aspects of Investment Banking. Journal of Banking and Finance 9.concepts PHI publication TMH Publication Latest edition Latest edition 8. 29-36 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 29 .R5 R6 Bhattacharya Prasana Chandra Working Capital Management Project Planning. The role of investment banks in structuring M&A transactions. Functions of Merchant Banker in Issue Management Underwriting and Bought Out Deals. including international funding.: Journal of Finance. Raising capital: Equity and Debt Raising funds through using other debt instruments. Journal of Finance and Economics. SARFAESI Act. 1-2 3-4 5-6 7 8-9 10-11 12-13 14-15 16-17 18-19 20-21 22-23 24-25 26-28 Topic Investment banks’ role and function. rating of instruments Raising Terms loans and working capital and appraisal thereof Valuation of Companies and Business. Buybacks and Delisting Underwriting and Bought Out Deals. Stock price and equity research.

Product and Brand Management (PBM) Sub Code: . implementing. product portfolio Product Management & New Product Development: 7 II New product development process New product strategy. i. commercialization. Managing the mature Product Branding & Brand Management 7 17 III The concepts of Brand Equity.2840101 1. Objectives: The objectives of the course are: • • • • • To develop an understanding of the basic branding principles and their exposure to classic and contemporary branding applications. To acquaint the students with the appropriate concepts. Brand P o s i t i o n i n g a n d B r a n d Associations. Course contents: Module No: No of Sessions Marks (70 External exam) 17 Module Content The Theoretical Foundation: I Competition & Product Strategy. Product life cycle. models and other tools to make better brand decisions. 7 18 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 30 . Creating brands in a competitive m a r k e t . 2. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each. managing Growth. To increase the understanding of the important issues in planning.FUNCTIONAL AREA: MARKETING (MM) MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . Using Brand Elements to create brand equity. To make the students aware about the role of brands. To understand the latest developments and cultivate an understanding of the adjustments to be made in branding strategies over time and geographic boundaries to maximize brand equity. and the advantages of creating strong brands.e. theories. product in theory & in practice. the concept of brand equity. 45 hours 3. and evaluating brand strategies. Leveraging Secondary Brand Associations.

Developing a Brand Equity Management System. Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Class participation etc. Discussions on issues and techniques of Marketing. b. Launching Brand Extensions Products. Evaluation: A B C Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination End –Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 31 . Practical Module: Secondary and Primary data study on brand audit. Comparative Analysis of same Brands managed in different countries Comparative Analysis of Brand Positioning of close competitors Comparative Analysis of Products Life Cycle of various competing brands Any other application 7 18 V 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) 4. Developing a new product considering all stages of new product development Comparative analysis of brand extensions done by various competing brands. Case discussion covering a cross section of decision situations. 5. Measuring Sources of Brand Equity and Brand Equity measurement approaches. knowing association of consumers with various brand. Teaching Methods: The course will use the following pedagogical tools: a.IV Growing and Sustaining Brand Equity: Designing and Implementing Branding Strategies. Managing brands overtime and Geographic bound aries. c. etc.

No. Indian journal of marketing. M. Isaac Jacob Kirti Dutta Name of the Book Strategic Brand Management Brand ManagementPrinciples and Practices & Product Strategy and Management Publisher Pearson Education Oxford University Press Pearson Education Edition Third Edition T2 First T3 Michael Baker Susan Hart Second Edition 7. List of Journals/ Periodicals/ Magazines/ Newspapers: The economic times (brand equity).6. Marketing Concepts & Strategies Product Management Product Management in India Brand Management. Reference Books: Sr. Indian management. Text Books: Sr. Brand Reporter. GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 32 . Rameswaram. The Indian Context Publisher Vikas Tata McGraw Hill PHI EEE Edition Latest Edition R2 R3 Lehman and Winer Ramanuj Majumdar Fourth edition Latest Edition R4 YLR Moorthi Vikas Latest Edition 8. T1 Author Kevin Lane Keller. Ramesh Kumar Name of the Book Managing Indian Brand. No. R1 Author S.G. Harvard business review.

9. Practical Module: Secondary and Primary data study on brand audit. etc. knowing association of consumers with various brand. Developing a Brand Equity Management System. Developing a new product considering all stages of new product development Comparative analysis of brand extensions done by various competing brands. Launching Brand Extensions Products. commercialization Managing Growth. Product life cycle. Leveraging Secondary Brand Associations Designing and Implementing Branding Strategies. product portfolio product in theory & in practice Product life cycle product portfolio New product development process New product strategy. Creating brands in a competitive market. Using Brand Elements to create brand equity. Session Plan: Session no. Brand Positioning and Brand Associations. Comparative Analysis of same Brands managed in different countries Comparative Analysis of Brand Positioning of close competitors Comparative Analysis of Products Life Cycle of various competing brands Any other application 29-36 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 33 . product in theory & in practice. Measuring Sources of Brand Equity and Brand Equity measurement approaches. Managing the mature Product The concepts of Brand Equity. 1-2 3-4 5-6 7 8-10 11-14 15-16 17-18 19-21 22-23 24-25 26-28 Topic Competition & Product Strategy. Managing brands overtime and geographic boundaries.

2840102 1. 3. Services and Technology technology in service encounter.e. of Sessions Marks (70 External exam) Module Content Basics of Services Marketing: What are Services? . Services Marketing Mix. .Services and Relationship Marketing (SRM) Sub Code: . 2. difficulty in synchronizing demand and supply..such as intangibility (inability to inventory). it has become inevitable for the marketers to go for relationship management to attract. Customer Behaviour in Service Encounter: Four Categories of Services – People-Processing. With increasing competition and discerning buyers. The course is designed to develop insights into emerging trends in the service sector in a developing economy and tackle issues involved in the management of services on a national basis. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each i. Distinctions between Services and Goods. retain and grow customers. Customer Decision Making – Pre-purchase Stage. automation in services. Course Contents: Module No: No. Service-Encounter Stage and PostEncounter Stage. It deals with the problems commonly encountered in marketing services -. 45 hours. The course intends to supplement basic marketing and marketing strategy courses by focusing on problems and strategies specific to marketing of services.MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . Why Study Services? . Strategies used by successful services marketers to overcome these difficulties are addressed to by the course contents. Role of services in the economy. Objective: Services are becoming a dominant economic driver in the Indian economy. emergence of self service. Customer Expectations and Perceptions of Services – Zone of Tolerance I 7 17 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 34 . and Information-Processing. Mental-Stimulus Processing. Internet services. Possession-Processing. difficulty in controlling quality and retaining customers.

Role of Customers in Service Delivery. • Gap analysis in Various services including Public • Transport and public services with respect to India. Measuring and Improving Service Quality.Servicescape. Expanded Marketing Mix: People – Employees’ Role in Service Delivery. Promotion – Role of Marketing Communication. Branding Service Products . and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) 7 17 7 18 IV 7 18 V Practical Module: • Service Blue Prints. Yield Management. 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) 4.II III Services Marketing Mix: Product – Core and Supplementary Elements. Service Process Redesign Physical Evidence . Supplier Relations. Delivery through Intermediaries. Process – Service Blueprinting. Customer Loyalty. Service Leadership and Culture. Strategies for reducing Customer Defections. Pricing Strategy Pricing and Revenue Management. Price – Role of Non-monetary Costs. Franchising. External Relationships. Place – Service Distribution. Service Environments. Relationship Management: Defining Customer Relationships. Teaching Methods: The following pedagogical tools will be used to teach this course: (1) Lectures (2) Case Discussions and Role Playing (3) Audio-visual Material (Using CDs/ Clippings) (4) Assignments and Presentations GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 35 . Self-Service Technologies. Demand Patterns. Any other application. The Basics. Internal Relationships Relationship Marketing: Customer Retention. Managing Capacity and Demand: Understanding Capacity. Electronic Channels. Strategies for Matching Capacity and Demands Service Quality and Relationship Management: Services Quality: Gaps Model.

Bitner M... Jayanta Strategy T2 Zeithaml V. And Kurtz D. T1 Lovelock Christopher. Wirtz Services Jochen and Chatterjee Marketing: People. Clow K. and Strategy Service Management and Marketing: Customer management in Service Competition Services: Marketing. Technology.J. 2009 Fifth Edition. McGraw Hill Third 2010 Edition. 2003 Third Edition. Author No. Services Gremler D. and Pandit A. A. 2006 Second Edition. Strategy.5. and Management Publisher PHI Tata McGraw-Hill Biztantra Edition Second Edition. and Fitzsimmons M. R1 R.. Gronroos Christian Name of the Book Services Marketing Service Management: Operations. R3 R4 Wiley R5 Jauhari Vinnie and Dutta Kirti Oxford First Edition. Marketing: Integrating Customer Focus Across the Firm T3 Nargundkar Rajendra Services Marketing: Text and Cases 7. Text Books: Sr.A. 2009 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 36 . Srinivasan R2 Fitzsimmons J. Management. Hall 2011 Tata Hill McGraw Fifth 2011 Edition. Author Name of the Book No. Reference Books: Sr. Operations. 2007 Publisher Edition Pearson Prentice Seventh Edition.J.L. Information Technology Services Marketing: Operations.D. Evaluation: A B C Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination End –Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) 6. E.

Customer Expectations and Perceptions of Services – Zone of Tolerance. Possession-Processing. Service-Encounter Stage and Post-Encounter Stage. Measuring and Improving Service Quality 24 Relationship Management: Defining Customer Relationships. emergence of self service. Electronic Channels. External Relationships. Integrated Services Marketing Communication 15-16 People – Employees’ Role in Service Delivery. Session Plan: Session Topic no. ICFAI Journal of Service Management. Service Process Redesign 19-20 Physical Evidence . 2 Services and Technology . Why Study Services. Franchising. 17-18 Process – Service Blueprinting.8. The Basics. Pricing Strategy Pricing and Revenue Management. and Information-Processing 6-7 Customer Decision Making – Pre-purchase Stage. Service Leadership and Culture. 9. Journal of Services Research. 8 Product – Core and Supplementary Elements. NB: The Instructor/s (Faculty Member/s) will be required to guide the students regarding suggested readings from Text(s) and references in items 6 and 7 mentioned above. automation in services. 1 What are Services? . Role of services in the economy. Internet services 3 Distinctions between Services and Goods 4 Services Marketing Mix 5 Four Categories of Services – People-Processing. Strategies for Matching Capacity and Demands 23 Services Quality: Gaps Model. Marketing Communication Mix. Mental-Stimulus Processing. Yield Management 11-12 Place – Service Distribution. Service Environments 21 Understanding Capacity. Branding Service Products 9-10 Price – Role of Non-monetary Costs. Journal of Marketing. Demand Patterns.technology in service encounter. Role of Customers in Service Delivery. Internal Relationships 25 Customer Retention 26 Customer Loyalty 27 Strategies for reducing Customer Defections 28 Customer Relationship Management (CRM) 29-36 Practical Module: • Service Blue Prints • Gap analysis in Various services including Public Transport and public services with respect to India • Any other application GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 37 .Servicescape. Delivery through Intermediaries. Supplier Relations. Self-Service Technologies 13-14 Promotion – Role of Marketing Communication. List of Journals / Periodicals/Magazines/Newspapers: Journal of Services Marketing.

DCF. Share Buyback guidelines. Valuation of Brands. Tax implications.e. the course aims to familiarize students with various techniques of corporate restructuring. Different approaches of valuation – Comparable company & transaction analysis method. 2. Mergers & acquisitions concept. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each. Formula approach for valuation and other important methods of valuation.2840201 1. motives & applications of corporate restructuring.Mergers & Acquisition (M & A) Sub Code: . SEBI’s rules & regulations for M&A. Course Content: Module No: No. Competition Act for M&A. process. Funding Options for M&A. and valuation methods and their application used by corporate in real life.FUNCTIONAL AREA: FINANCE (FM) MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . i. Calculations of exchange ratio. Due diligence for M&A. 3. Calculations of financial synergy and return. of Sessions Marks (70 External exam) Module Content Introduction to Corporate Restructuring Fundamental concept of corporate restructuring. Valuation Aspects of M&A Fundamental and methods of valuation. Taxation & legal aspects of M&A Accounting for Mergers & Demergers. I 8 15 II 8 17 III 8 20 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 38 . Course Objective: To develop the perspective of financial policy as a subset of corporate strategy and to have an insight into financial decisions In addition. Real Option method. To develop an understanding of Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) as a significant economic activity taking place in today’s economy. 45 hours. Take-over and Defense Tactics Accounting. different forms.

& Divestiture. De-Merger. Shetty. Going Private & Leveraged Buyouts Cross-Border Mer g er s & Acquisitions. Teaching Methods: The following pedagogical tools will be used to teach this course: 1. Alliances & Joint Ventures. any sector and any deal pertaining to that sector can be taken as per choice and discretion) 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) 4. Employee Stock Ownership. Rajesh Kumar Name of the Book Corporate restructuring Mergers and Acquisitions Mergers & Acquisitions Publisher Himalaya Oxford Tata McGraw. Lectures & Discussions 2. Financial Restructuring. (For preparing this case report. Delisting of Securities 8 18 Practical Module: Various Case Studies in Mergers & Acquisitions. Kala P. Case Analysis 5. Text Books: Sr.Hill Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 39 . No. T1 T2 T3 Author Bhagvandas Aurora. Evaluation: A Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) B Mid-Semester Examination C End –Semester Examination 6. Assignments & Presentations 3. A case report correlating the theories and valuation model must be prepared by using the data V and example of M&A deals occurred in the past.IV Dimensions of Corporate Restructuring Corporate Restructuring including buy-back of shares.

CFA Reader 7. Business Today 8. J. Business World 10. Acquisition and Valuations Mergers. Acquisitions and Corporate Mergers & Acquisitions Creating Value through Merger and Acquisitions Merger and Acquisitions Mergers And Acquisitions Takeovers. and Corporate Governance Mergers. Acquisitions & Corporate restructuring (4th Edition) Value Creation From Mergers And Acquisitions Merger Acquisitions & Corporate Restructuring Mergers Restructuring for Growth Merger & Acquisitions-Strategy. Michelson R12 Ray Wiley India (P) Ltd. Financial Express 4. Business India 9. Chartered Financial Analyst 5. Kamal Goshray Patrick Gaughan Name of the Book Mergers. 2003 TMH PHI 8. Journal of Applied Finance 6. Reference Books: Sr. Mark L. 1.7. Fred Weston. The Economic Times 3. Mitchell. Finance India GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 40 . Valuation Publisher Vikas Publication OXFORD Publication Pearson Himalaya New Age Pearson Education R7 PHI Wily Publication R8 R9 Arzak Chandrashekar Krishna Murthy R10 Ramanujam et al R11 John C. Sage Publication TMH. Business Standard 2. R1 Prasant Godbole R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 Rajinder S. Author No. Arora Shard Kale Kavita Sethi Sudi Sudarshan Nishikantha Jha Machiraju James J. List of Journals / Periodicals / Magazines / Newspapers etc. Restructuring.: The students will have to refer to past issues of the following journals in order to get relevant topic/information pertaining to the subject.

Formula approach for valuation and other important methods of valuation. different forms. Different approaches of valuation – Comparable company & transaction analysis method. Going Private & Leveraged Buyouts Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitions Practical Module: Various Case Studies in Mergers &Acquisitions. Financial Restructuring. Mergers & acquisitions concept. 1-5 Topic Fundamental concept of corporate restructuring. Competition Act for M&A. any sector and any deal pertaining to that sector can be taken as per choice and discretion) 6-12 13-21 22-28 29-36 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 41 . Share Buyback guidelines. DCF. process.9. A case report correlating the theories and valuation model must be prepared by using the data and example of M&A deals occurred in the past. Tax implications. Calculations of financial synergy and return. Valuation of Brands. Due diligence for M&A Accounting for Mergers & Demergers. Employee Stock Ownership. Funding Options for M&A Corporate Restructuring & Divestiture. SEBI’s rules & regulations for M&A. Session Plan: Session no. (For preparing this case report. Calculations of exchange ratio. motives & applications of corporate restructuring. Alliances & Joint Ventures. Real Option method. Fundamental and methods of valuation.

Growth of Derivative Markets in India-History & Background. Students are apprised of the recent innovations in derivatives in India unlike other countries. future. Option Trading Strategies-Naked and Hedge. Put-call parity relationship.2840202 1. They are also required to frame their own trading strategies in the volatile market 2. Option & swaps. Cost of Carry Models & Basis-Cash Price v/s Future price. Intrinsic Value & Time Value. i. Arbitrage restriction on option prices. options and combination of both.e. ATM & OTM. Option Calculator. Forward. Margins. Regulatory Framework. spreads etc . 3. valuation and trading strategies of derivative market.MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . At the end of the course. Various Indices of the world . hedging & Speculation. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each.An Overview Basic Market Concepts & Mechanics of Cash Market. (70 of External Sessions exam) Module No: Module Content I Introduction to Cash & Derivative Market. Spreads and Combinations. Mechanics of Forward & Future Market. Financial Derivatives are discussed in terms of their valuation. Meaning & types of Derivative Instruments. Put call ratio & Open Interest in relation to the price and volume. Pricing of Forward & Future Markets-how to read quotes. European & American. Open interest positions etc. Greek Letters and VAR 5 15 II 8 20 III 8 20 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 42 . speculation and arbitrage. Factors affecting option pricing. they are expected to have learnt the mechanics. Types of Traders. hedging using futures. Option Markets Types of option markets. 45 hours. Spot v/s Future Market. Arbitrageur & Speculation. analysis and application for hedging. Trading Strategies-Index Arbitrage. Course Objective: The course intends to equip students with the ability to apply stock market basics to Indian Derivative market. Course Content: Marks No. Forward & Future Markets Introduction.Hedger. Standardization of Derivative Contracts & other basic concepts. Stock Futures & Stock Index Futures in India. ITM. Option Pricing Models-Black schools & Binomial Model.Risk Management (RM) Sub Code: . Speculation. Arbitrage.

Introduction to Interest rate Derivatives in India. No. T1 Author Sundaram Janakiramanan Rajiv Srivastava Varma Name of the Book Derivatives and Risk Management Derivatives & Risk Management Derivatives & Risk Management Publisher Pearson Education Edition Latest Edition T2 T3 Oxford University Latest Edition Tata McGraw hill Latest Edition GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 43 . Evaluation: A Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) B Mid-Semester Examination C End –Semester Examination 6. Case Analysis 4. Basic Text Books: Sr. Exotic Options and Credit Derivatives 7 15 Practical Module: • Analyzing Various Derivative Contract Specifications from Exchanges • Mark to Market Margin Calculation on Real time data from Exchanges • Understanding the trading and settlement process and other documentary requirements at Brokers’ office to open the trading account V • Calculating the futures and options price with cost of carry.IV Innovations in Indian Derivative Market Introduction to Commodity and Currency Derivatives v/s OTC Derivatives-Foreign currency market & currency contracts in India. T-bill market in India. Teaching Methods: The following pedagogical tools will be used to teach this course: 1. Currency & Interest rate Swaps. binomial and BS Models on real time data from Exchange & analyzing them with current market price • Forming of different futures and options trading strategies with the real time data from Exchange • Forming of Hedging with real time data from commodities and currency Exchanges 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) 4. Assignments & Presentations 3. Bond Futures. Lectures & Discussions 2. Numerical Problems Solving 5.

7. Session Plan: Session no. 1 Topic Basic Market Concepts & Mechanics of Cash and Derivative Market. List of Journals / Periodicals / Magazines / Newspapers / Websites etc. Treasury Management 11. RBI Websites 5. Business Today 7. Finance India 10. Business Standard 2. Risk Management. Clearing and Settlement System 2 3 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 44 . Participants of Derivatives What is Risk? Types of Risk. Hull Rene M. Miler Name of the Book Futures and Option Markets Risk Management & Derivative Derivatives Valuation and Risk Management Financial Derivatives and Risk Management Futures and Options Derivatives & Risk Management Publisher Pearson Education Cengage Oxford University Press Himalaya Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition R4 O. NSE & BSE.P. ICFAI journal of Derivative Market 6. Risk in Derivative trading The Derivative Market in India: Trading. Business World 9. Financial Risk Management 9. Dubofsky and Thomas W. 1. SEBI. Meaning & types of Derivative. Stulz David A. The Economic Times 3. Business India 8.Agrawal Latest Edition R5 R6 Vohra & Bagri Madhumati and Ranganatham Tata McGraw hill Pearson Latest Edition Latest Edition 8. No. Financial Express 4. Reference Books: Sr. Evolution and growth of Derivative.: The students will have to refer to past issues of the following journals and websites in order to get relevant topic/information pertaining to the subject. R1 R2 R3 Author John C. FMC.

Types of Orders. Forwards Vs Futures. FMC and RBI. Price. binomial and BS Models on real time data from Exchange & analyzing them with current market price Forming of different futures and options trading strategies with the real time data from Exchange Forming of Hedging with real time data from commodities and currency Exchanges Understanding the Moneyless of Options with real time data from stock and commodities exchanges Playing the stock market games with the real time data with the software of few financial websites • • • • GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 45 . Interest Rate and Interest Rate Futures (Ch-3 and Ch-8-T1 and Ch-6 T-2) Currency & Interest rate Swaps (Ch-7-T-2) Exotic Options and Credit Derivatives (Ch-13-14 – T2) • • • • Practical Module: Analyzing Various Derivative Contract Specifications from Exchanges Mark to Market Margin Calculation on Real time data from Exchanges Understanding the trading and settlement process and other documentary requirements at Brokers’ office to open the trading account Calculating the futures and options price with cost of carry. Visiting the websites of these regulatory bodies and explain their functions Forward Contracts: Meaning. Cost of Carry Models & Basis-Cash Price v/s Future price Hedging Strategies using Futures (Ch-6-T1) Stock Futures & Stock Index Futures (Ch-7-T1 and Ch-4-T2) Fundamentals of Options (Ch-11-T1) Call and Put Options(Ch-12-T1) Option Trading Strategies-Arbitrage (Ch-13-T1) Put-call parity relationship (Ch-14-T1) Option Pricing Models-Binomial Model (Ch-15 -T1) Option Pricing Models-Black scholes Model (Ch-16 -T1) Greek Letters (Ch-18-T1). Margins and MTM. Settlement. Limitations. Closing out positions. How to read Newspaper Quotes. Specifications. Purpose. Concept of VAR (T3) Introduction to Commodity Futures contracts in India (Ch-3-T2) Introduction to Currency Derivatives contracts in India (Ch-5 T2 and Ch-9 T1) Introduction to Interest rate Derivatives in India. Futures Contracts: Meaning. Pricing of Forward & Future Markets.4-5 6-7 8 9 10-11 12-13 14 15 16-17 18 19 20 21 22 23-24 25-26 27 28 29-36 The regulation of Derivative Trading in India: Role of SEBI. Volume and Open Interest. Mechanics of Futures.

Selecting training methods. Framework for HRD Process. Preparing a lesson Plan. i. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each. On-Job Training methods. Role of HRD. Evolution of HRD. basic workplace competencies. Computer based training programme. Mapping and Career Management. Task analysis. Models and frameworks of evaluation. HRD and HRM. training and experiences. 3.e. Definitions of HRD. Person analysis.2840301 1. Purpose of Needs. Challenges to organizations and HRD.FUNCTIONAL AREA: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HRM) MBA – II Semester – IV Sub Name: . Definitions. Accessing impact of HRD Programs. Implementing the Training Programs.Human Resources Development (HRD) Sub Code: . technical training. Prioritizing HRD Needs Competency . Strategic/Organizational Analysis. Course Contents: Module No: Module Content Introduction. Classroom Training approaches. HRD Functions. Preparing training materials. Defining the objectives of the HRD interventions. of Sessions Marks (70 External I 8 18 II 8 18 III 8 17 IV 8 17 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 46 . Designing Effective HRD programs. interpersonal skills. and decision making in the organisations. Ethical issues concerning Evaluation Management Development and skills and technical training: Management education. Professional. coaching and performance management No. Purpose of HRD Evaluation. Scheduling HRD Programs Training Delivery methods. 2. Levels of Need analysis. 45 hours. Selecting the Trainer. The main purpose is to assist the students in developing skills – soft and hard. Professionals. Course Objective: The objective of the course is to acquaint the students with Human Resources Management and to develop in them the ability to acquaint them in the corporate world. professional developments and education.

3. T1 T2 T3 Author Werner & Desimone Udai Pareekh & T. where student can undertake practical projects/assignments as a part of CEC. The technique of designing actual training programme for skill development.Practical Module: 1. Text Books: Sr. Reference books: GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 47 . Cost benefits analysis of any training and Development programme.V. Thus they will learn through practical exercise. Undertake training impact analysis in any company. Undertake evaluation of existing training conducted by company for skill and competency level before and after training and development programme conducted. 2. 5.Rao Mankin Name of the Book Human Resource Development Designing and Managing Human Resource Systems Human Resource Development Publisher Cengage Learning Oxford Edition Latest Latest Edition Latest Edition Oxford 7. We can specifically focus. No. Evaluation: A B C Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination End –Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) 6. V 4 (20 Marks of CEC Internal 4. 4. Teaching Methods: The following pedagogical tools will be used to teach this course: (1) Lectures and Discussions (2) Assignments and Presentations (3) Case Analysis 5.

No. Selecting the Trainer. Strategic/Organizational Analysis. L. 9. Management Review. Implementing the Training Programs (Cases as applicable) 48 5-8 9 10-14 15-16 17-20 21-23 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / . Lists of Journals/ Periodicals/ Magazines/ Newspapers: Journal of Human Resource Development. Selecting training methods. Preparing training materials. Career management Defining effective HRD programs.IIM Ahmedabad. Prioritizing HRD Needs. Evolution of HRD. HRD and HRM. Programs (Cases as applicable) Training Delivery methods. Definitions of HRD. Competency Mapping. defining the objectives of the HRD interventions. Role of HRD Professional. Class-room Training approaches Computer based training programme. Challenges to organizations and HRD Professionals. 1-4 Topic Introduction. HR Functions. Framework for HRD process (Cases as applicable) Definitions. Purpose of Needs. Rao Training and Development R5 Excel Latest Edition 8. Resource Development Holton P. Levels of Need analysis. Task analysis. Preparing a lesson Plan. R1 Author Pareekh Udai & TV Rao Noe Name of the Book Understanding HRD System Publisher Edition Tata McGraw-Hill Latest Edition R2 Human Resources Development Human Resource Development & Management Tata McGraw-Hill Latest Edition R3 R4 Biswanath Ghosh Vikas Berrett-Koehler Latest Edition Latest Edition Richard A Swanson Foundations of Human and PhD Elwood F.Sr. On-Job Training methods. Human Capital NB: The Instructor/s (Faculty Member/s) will be required to guide the students regarding suggested readings from Text(s) and references in items 6 and 7 mentioned above.IIM Banglore. Vikalpa. Session plan: Session no. Person analysis. Scheduling HRD .

3. 29 30-32 33-36 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 49 . 2. We can specifically focus. 4. Undertake training impact analysis in any company.24-28 Purpose of HRD Evaluation. Undertake evaluation of existing training conducted by company for skill and competency level before and after training and development programme conducted. Cost benefit analysis of any training and development programme. The technique of designing actual training programme for skill development. training and experiences (Cases as applicable) Basic workplace competencies. where student can undertake practical projects/assignments as a part of CEC. Ethical issues concerning Evaluation (Cases as applicable) Management education. Models and frameworks of evaluation. Accessing impact of HRD Programs. 5. Thus they will learn through practical exercise. technical training and interpersonal skills Professional developments and education. coaching and performance management (Cases as applicable) Practical Module: 1.

2. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each. Business strategy.MBA – II Semester – IV Sub Name: . outsourcing and its HR implications.An introduction to market driven strategy. Strategic management of performance Strategic approach to compensation and benefits. Strategic approach to management structure. Strategic approach to Industrial relations. Course Contents: Module No: I Module Content No.its macro and micro dimensions. Strategic approach to manpower acquisition –recruitment and selection Strategic development of human resources. of Sessions 7 Marks (70 External exam) 17 Strategic management of Human resources: An introduction. Course Objective: • This course presents a thorough and systematic coverage of issues related to strategic human resource management and its application. 3. • This course will help the students to think strategically and integrate the activities of HR with the organizations goals.2840302 1.Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM) Sub Code: . job design and work system. Resource driven strategy Human resource system. Strategic HR planning. Mergers and acquisitions and HRM Practical Module: • Strategic approach to use Golden Handshake with live Company experiences • Strategic approach to handle retrenchment with live company experiences • VRS scheme as an instrument of strategic change in any organization with live company experiences II 7 17 III 7 18 IV 7 18 V 8 20 Marks of CEC (Internal Evaluation) GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 50 .

Greer Jeffrey A Mello Name of the Book Strategic Human Resource management Strategic Human resource management Strategic HRM Cengage Publisher Cengage Learning Pearson Cengage Learning Edition 2011 Latest Edition Latest edition Latest edition 7. Author T1 Das. Evaluation: A B C Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination End –Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) 6. Kreps Name of the Book Strategic HRM Strategic Human resources Strategic Human resource management Publisher Oxford Wiley Wiley Edition Latest edition Latest edition Latest edition R4 Strategic Human Resources: Wiley Frameworks for General managers Latest edition GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 51 .4. R1 R2 R3 Author Tanuja Agarwala James Baron and David Kreps Schuler and Jackson James N. Teaching Method: (a) Case analysis & discussion (b) Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Class participation etc (c) Compulsory class presentation with live experiences 5. Reference Books: Sr. No. No. Baron and David M. Text Books: Sr. Pulak T2 T3 Charles R.

The HR scorecard: Becker. David performance Ulrich Jossey – Bass Latest edition Wiley Latest edition Sage Latest edition Kogan Page Latest Edition Sage Latest Edition Blackwell Business Latest Edition ButterworthHeinemann Harvard Business Latest Edition Latest Edition 8.R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 Susan E. Hitt Advantage: Designing Strategies for Effective Human Resource Management Charles J. Jackson. Noel M. Graeme introduction Salaman. Strategic Human Fombrun. Managing Knowledge for Angelo DeNisi. etc. Strategic Human John Storey. linking people. and Mary Anne Devanna Graeme Salaman. • • • • • • International Journal of strategic human management Asian Journal of Management Cases Harvard Business Review Global Business Review South Asia Economic Journal Economic & Political Weekly. strategy. Billsberry Theory and Practice Michael Strategic Human Resources Armstrong Management A Guide to Action Christopher Strategic Human Mabey Graeme Resource Management Salaman and John Storey Christopher Human resource management: a strategic Mabey. and Huselid. John Storey Chris Hendry Human resource management: a strategic approach to employment Brian E. Jon Resource Management. Business India / Business World . Mark A. Resource Management Tichy. and Sustained Competitive Michael A. List of Journals/Periodicals/Magazines/Newspapers. Mint GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 52 .

its macro and micro dimensions Strategic HR planning Strategic approach to manpower acquisition –recruitment Strategic approach to manpower acquisition –selection Strategic development of human resources Strategic approach to management structure. 1-2 3-5 6-7 8-9 10 11-12 13-14 15-16 17-19 20-21 22-23 24 25-26 27-28 29-36 Topic Strategic management of Human resources: An introduction Business strategy.An introduction to market driven strategy Resource driven strategy Human resource system. job design and work system Strategic management of performance Strategic approach to compensation and benefits Strategic approach to Industrial relations Outsourcing and its HR implications Mergers and acquisitions and HRM Practical Module: • • • Strategic approach to use Golden Handshake with live Company experiences Strategic approach to handle retrenchment with live company experiences VRS scheme as an instrument of strategic change in any organization with live company experiences GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 53 .9. Session Plan: Session no.

and data can be controlled. Learn how access to systems.Information System Audit & Control (ISA & C) Sub Code: . Understand the basic issues in auditing computer security policies and mechanisms. and problems. Assess the design. i. 2.2840401 1. Programming Management Controls. • Case discussion covering a cross section of gaining strategic advantage by applying ISA & C tools and techniques. Quality Assurance Management Controls 7 17 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 54 . Systems Development Management controls.FUNCTIONAL AREA: INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT (ISM) MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . and quality of controls.e. To understand some of the basic theory underlying computer security policies. 3. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each. Groups that do not identify an organization on their own will have an organization assigned to them. Understand the purpose of controls in an information systems environment. • Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Class participation etc • Projects will require working in the organizations to perform a general audit in a group of 4-6 students. models. Course Contents: Module No: I II Module Content No. Operations Management Controls. • Compulsory class presentation with live experiences of world economies 2. Groups are responsible for identifying the organization that they wish to audit and for making arrangements with that organization. resources. Security Management Controls. Course Objective: To understand the role of the IS auditor and the IS audit function. Teaching Methods: • Case discussion • Discussion on concepts and issues on ISA & C use of in an organization. Learn models for dealing with risk. Data Resource Management Controls. 45 hours. Conducting an information system audit The Management Control Framework Top Management Controls. of Sessions 7 Marks (70 External exam) 17 Introduction: Information systems and auditing. placement.

Database Controls.Concurrent Auditing Techniques .III IV The Application Control Framework Boundary Controls.Evaluating Asset Safeguarding and Data Integrity . and Control Flowcharts .Audit Software . No. T1 Wendy Robson T2 Mohan Bhatia T3 Author Ron Weber Name of the Book Information Systems Control and Audit Strategic Management & Information Systems Auditing in Computerized Environment a Publisher Pearson Education Pearson Education Edition Latest Edition ISBN:9788131704721 Latest Edition ISBN13: 9780273615910 ISBN10: 0273615912 Tata Latest Edition Mcgraw Hill GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 55 .Evaluating System Efficiency and Effectiveness Information System Audit and Management Managing the Information systems audit function 7 18 7 18 V 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) 5. Communication Controls. Input Controls. Questionnaires. Evaluation: A Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) B Mid-Semester Examination C End –Semester Examination 6. Text Books: Sr. Processing Controls. Output Controls Evidence Collection and Evaluation .Interviews.Performance Measurement Tools .Code Review. and Code Comparison . Test Data.

Computer Shopper.7. Digi-chip. No. Computer Express. R5 R6 R7 Chris Davis Joe Kausek International Information Technology Guidelines developed by IFAC’s IT Committee Information technology control and audit IFAC’s website www. Students can also visit their respective websites. etc. R1 R2 * Author * Name of the Book Information Technology Management. PC World. etc. Dataquest. Audit & Control Student Study Guide & Revision Material Information Technology Management. 8. List of Journals/Periodicals/Magazines/Newspapers.* Latest Edition R4 Gallegos F.org Auerbach Publications ISBN :084932032-1 Latest Edition Latest Edition IT Auditing: Using Controls to Protect McGraw-Hill Information Assets Osborne Media The Management System Auditor's Pearson Handbook Note: * R1. Reference Books: Sr. R2 and R4 material is available internet. Byte Magazine.ifac.: Computer world. Audit and Control Study Text and Revision Series Information Technology Management Audit & Control Publisher ICAP Edition Latest Professional Business Publications Latest R3 Mohammad Amjad Bhatti & Muhammad Qaiser Sheikh . GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 56 .

Performance Measurement Tools Evidence Evaluation Evaluating Asset Safeguarding and Data Integrity Evidence Evaluation Evaluating System Efficiency and Effectiveness Information System Audit and Management Managing the Information systems audit function 31-32 33-34 35-36 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 57 . Security Management Controls The Management Control Framework: Data Resource Management Controls. and Control Flowcharts . 1-2 3-5 6-8 9-10 11-12 13-14 15-16 17-19 20-22 23-24 25-26 27-30 Topic Introduction: Understand the role of information technology in an organization Introduction: Understand the role of information technology in an organization Introduction: Understand the role of information technology in an organization The Management Control Framework: Top Management Controls. Security Management Controls The Management Control Framework: Operations Management Controls.Interviews.9. Questionnaires. Systems The Management Control Framework: Data Resource Management Controls. Output Controls Evidence Collection .Code Review. Database Controls. Test Data. Session Plan: Session no. and Code Comparison Evidence Collection . Input Controls The Application Control Framework: Communication Controls The Application Control Framework: Processing Controls. Quality Assurance Management Controls The Application Control Framework: Boundary Controls.Audit Software .Concurrent Auditing Techniques .

Develop an understanding as to how information technology t o o l /systems use strategically for the betterment of the organisation and 3. Course Content: Module No: Marks (70 External exam) Module Content Organizational Transformation with IT. Develop the ability to get insights/use the latest enterprise solutions and applications meaningfully towards development of organisations. ERP. No. Knowledge Management: Benefiting from Core Competencies. Management Control of Information Technology. Powerful Networks.e. The Legacy Environment. ES for SME’s and MSME’s Decision support system and Intelligent systems.e. 45 hours.: CRM. Implementing IT.Computer The Database. 3.MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . Ethical Issues Practical Module: Preparation of Practical Case Study on SITM in any organisation 7 18 IV 7 18 V 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 58 . Enterprise Systems i.Strategic Information Technology Management (SITM) Sub Code: . system.2840402 1. Components of System. Course Objective: 1. SRM. Structuring and Managing The IT Function. 2. of Sessions I 7 17 II 7 17 III E-business and E-commerce. Understand the role of information technology (IT) function in an organisation. 2. i.Assessing the Value of Investing in IT: The Productivity Paradox. SCM. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each.

Discussion on concepts and issues on Strategic use of IT in organization. b. Muthukumaran GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / .4. 5. No. Evaluation: A B Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) C End –Semester Examination 6. Lucas. Textbooks: Sr. Kelkar Strategic IT Management: A concise study Latest Edition Latest Edition The Management of Technology Cengage T3 White/ Bruton And innovation: A strategic Publication approach Latest Edition 7. Managers T2 S. Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Class participation etc. Case discussion covering a cross section of gaining strategic advantage by applying IT tools and techniques. Teaching Methods: The course will use the following pedagogical tools: a. A. No. B. c. Strategic Decision-Making for T1 Jr. R1 R2 Author Name of the Book Publisher Edition IT for Management: Efraim TurbanI improving Performance in the Linda Volonino Digital Economy Alexis Leon Enterprise Resource Knowledge Management IT for Managers Wiley TM Hill Wiley Oxford Latest Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition 59 R3 Shelda Debowski R4 Dr. Reference Books: Sr. Author Name of the Book Publisher Wiley Publication PHI Publication Edition Information Technology: Henry C.

R5 Motiwalla Luvai Rajiv Sabherwal Enterprise Systems for Pearson Latest Edition R6 Irma BecerraFernandez Jagan Vaman. Dataquest etc. GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 60 . PC World. List of Journals/Periodicals/ Magazines/ Newspapers etc. Wagner Fernandez. Nathan Ellen Monk. Computer Shopper. NB: The Instructor/s (Faculty Member/s) will be required to guide the students regarding suggested readings from Text(s) and references in items 6 and 7 mentioned above. Business Intelligence Wiley Latest Edition R7 ERP in practice Enterprise Resource Planning Knowledge Management Knowledge management TATA McGraw Latest Edition Hill Cengage Latest Edition Publication Pearson Pearson Latest Edition Latest Edition R8 R9 R10 Awad & Ghaziri 8. Digichip. Computer Express.

Organizational Transformation with IT 3-5 6-8 9-10 11-12 13-14 15-16 17-19 20-21 22-23 24-25 26-37 28 29-36 Information Systems in the Enterprise Assessing the Value of Investing in IT: The Productivity Paradox Implementing IT.Computer system. ES for SME’s and MSME’s) Decision and Intelligent Systems Knowledge Management: Benefiting from Core Competencies Ethical Issues in Strategic Information Technology Management Practical Module: Preparation of Practical Case Study on SITM in any organisation GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 61 . Session Plan: Session Topic no. Powerful Networks E-commerce and E-business Enterprise Systems (i. SRM.: CRM.Computer system. The Database. Powerful Networks Components of System.9. ERP. The Database. 1-2 Introduction. SCM. Structuring and Managing The IT Function Management Control of Information Technology The Legacy Environment Components of System.e.

Risk management . foreign trade zones. ways of Entry into Foreign Markets. Importance of International Logistics. International supply chain Management. Packaging for export Packaging functional.New Major Specializations International Business Management (IB) . case studies and practical / application module. International Contracts – Lex Mercatoria . size of vessels . International Business Environment.New MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . of Sessions 7 Marks (70 External exam) 17 International trade growth.. Customs clearance – duty . drivers . milestones .2840501 1. Using International logistics for competitive advantage Practical Module: Study an organisation involved in export / import and prepare a report on its functioning under the guidance of your subject teacher II 7 17 III 7 18 IV 7 18 V 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) 62 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / . International Ocean transportation – types of service . 3.International Supply Chain Management Sub Code: . 45 hours. Intermodal transportation. international air transportations – Types of aircrafts . Currency of Payment . International Trade theories . CISG.. i. Non-tariff barriers. Utilities. exchange rate forecasting International commercial documents – Invoices . Course Objective: To understand the strategies used by various companies to manage international supply chain management through theoretical framework. International Logistics Infrastructure – Transportation . Course Contents: Module No: I Module Content No. theories of exchange rate determination. truck. objectives. element of International Logistics . services International land and Multi-modal transportation – Rail . 2. International Insurance . Incoterms . transportation documents.e. International logistics. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each. Terms of Payment. customs clearing process. Communication.system of currency exchange rates . export & Import documents.

Reference Books: Sr. Teaching Method: (a) Case discussion (b) Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Class participation etc (c) Compulsory class presentation with live experiences of world economies 5. No. Kouvelis Name of the Book International Supply chain Management Global Operations and Logistics Publisher CENGAGE learning -Indian Edition WILEY India Edition Edition 2007 or Latest T2 2008 or Latest 7. Ricardo Ernst. • Supply chain management • International logistics • Global logistics GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 63 . Branch Latest edition 8. R1 Author Douglas Long Name of the Book International Logistics Global Supply chain Management Global Supply Chain Management and International Logistics Publisher Kluwar Academic Publishers Group Routledge Edition 2004 or Latest R2 Alan E. T1 Author David & Stewart Philippe-Pierre Dornier. etc.4. Evaluation: A B C Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination End –Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) 6. List of Journals/Periodicals/Magazines/Newspapers. Michel Fender. Basic Text Books: Sr. No.

exchange rate forecasting International commercial documents – Invoices .Risk management . Importance of International Logistics. services . Intermodal transportation Packaging for export . Session Plan: Session no. International land and Multi-modal transportation – Rail . export & Import documents. drivers .9. transportation documents International Insurance . objectives. International air transportations – Types of aircrafts ..Packaging functional. theories of exchange rate determination. Incoterms Terms of Payment Currency of Payment . Using International logistics for competitive advantage Practical Module: Study an organisation involved in export / import / International logistics and prepare a report on its functioning under the guidance of your subject teacher GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 64 .system of currency exchange rates . element of International Logistics . truck. size of vessels . International Business Environment. Ways of Entry into Foreign Markets. International Contracts – Lex Mercatoria . Non-tariff barriers. milestones . 1-2 3-4 5-7 8-9 10-11 12-14 15-16 17-19 20-21 22-23 24-26 27-28 29-36 Topic International trade growth. International Logistics Infrastructure – Transportation. International Trade theories . CISG. International Ocean transportation – types of service . customs clearing process foreign trade zones. Communication. International logistics International supply chain Management. Customs clearance – duty . Utilities.

relaxation from compulsory preshipment inspection. Course Objective: The objective of this subject is to acquaint the student with the subject knowledge in understanding policies. GATT and WTO’s role in cross border transaction. Export pricing and various payment terms. 3. Various methods of payment. procedures and documentation for Export – Import of goods and services between India and various countries. recognition to inspection agencies. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each. documentation and related aspects and prepare a report on it. Preshipment inspection – notification of commodities. Concept of Import management. The course also aims at developing skills on how to export and import from India.2840502 1. Export Promotion Councils. Export shipment procedure Export logistics and supply chain. various types of risk. Export certification system. Export incentives for Indian exporters. Course Content: Module No: Module Content Introduction to Export and Import. i.MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . Export finance. Export regulations in India. FERA & FEMA. Duty free import authorization scheme. Registration process. Types of importers.e. Export contract and various terms. importance of special economic zones (SEZs) in industrial development. import finance. 2. Incoterms 2000 and 2010. Risk management for exporter. International business environment. No. Role of ECGC. Procedures and Documentation Sub Code: . import clearance procedure Practical Module: Select any organisation / SMSE involved in either import or export and understand the process. of Sessions Marks (70 External exam) I 7 17 II 7 17 III 7 18 IV 7 18 V 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) 65 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / . Export documentation framework in India Export marketing – communication with foreign customers. 45 hours. International transport options. Import license. The Export Act.Export – Import Policy.

Name of the Book Export and Import management Export Import management Export policy.ETC. d. etc. Compulsory class presentation with live experiences of export import management. • All the journals of international logistics. Teaching Method: a. I.ECGC. Basic Text Books: Sr.4. List of Journals/Periodicals/Magazines/Newspapers. Evaluation: Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group A Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc B Mid-Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) C End –Semester Examination 6. T1 Kumar Aseem T2 T3 Paul Justin and Aserkar Rajiv Mahajan M. procedures and documentation Publisher Excel books Oxford Snow White Publications Edition Latest edition Latest edition Latest edition 7. 5. R1 D C Kapoor R2 Francis Cherunilam R3 O P Arora Name of the Book Export management International trade and export management Foreign Trade and Foreign Exchange Publisher Vikas Himalaya Edition Latest edition Latest edition Himalaya Latest Edition 8. Government of India – Export Import Data Bank (Online) GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 66 . export and Import • Ministry of Commerce. Author No. Author No. Case discussion b. Reference Books: Sr. Workshop on Export – Import Management by EXIM Consultants / Experts / Port Government officers from DGFT.BANKS. Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Class participation etc c.

Export contract and various terms. Export regulations in India. various types of risk. import finance. International transport options. documentation and related aspects and prepare a report on it. relaxation from compulsory pre-shipment inspection. Role of ECGC. Types of importers. The International business environment. Duty free import authorization scheme. importance of special economic zones (SEZs) in industrial development. Export pricing and various payment terms. Export certification system. GATT and WTO’s role in cross border transaction Registration process. Export finance. Session Plan: Session no. Export documentation framework in India Export marketing – communication with foreign customers. GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 67 . Import license. Risk management for exporter. Export Concept of Import management. FERA & FEMA. Pre-shipment inspection – notification of commodities. import clearance procedure Practical Module: Select any organisation / SMSE involved in either import or export and understand the process.9. Incoterms 2000 and 2010. recognition to inspection agencies Export incentives for Indian exporters. Various methods of payment. Export shipment procedure Export logistics and supply chain. 1-3 4-5 6-7 7-8 9-10 11-12 13-14 15-16 17-19 20-21 22-24 25-26 27-28 29-36 Topic Introduction to Export and Import.

Raising funds through using other debt instruments. Buybacks and Delisting Restructuring of business and ARCs: Restructuring – Financial and organizational restructuring. Stock price and equity research. Regulatory Aspects of Investment Banking. Functions of Merchant Banker in Issue Management. ARCs. 2. Venture Capital and Private Placement. Raising capital: Equity and Debt. 45 hours. Ethics and compliance Differences in corporate governance between corporate clients and investors IV Issue Management: Role of Investment Banking in Primary Market (IPO). Business Valuation Models. Investment Banking Perspective in Corporate Restructuring and M&A .Banking & Insurance (B&I) – New MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . Types of investment banks. 7 18 7 18 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 68 . Corporate Debt Restructuring.2840601 1. The trends in investment banking. of Marks (70 Sessions External exam) I The businesses of investment banking : Investment banks’ role 7 17 and function. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each. i. rating of instruments 7 17 Module Content II Valuation of companies and business: Equity and Bond Valuation. 3. valuation of companies. due diligence III Financial Markets: Understanding of Primary Market (IPO) and Secondary Market. BIFR.e. Raising Terms loans and working capital and appraisal thereof. Objectives: To make the students aware about investment banking. Course Contents: Module No: No. including international funding. Fund Raising through Private Equity. SARFAESI Act.Investment Banking (IBK) Sub Code: . Equity Research in investment banks. financial markets and restructuring of business. Re-schedulement and Restructuring. History and Emergence of investment banking. Underwriting and Bought Out Deals. The role of investment banks in structuring M&A transactions.

Assignments and Presentations 5. T1 Pratap G Subramanyam Name of the Book Investment Banking Publisher TATA McGraw Hill Wiley Publication Oxford Publication Edition 2011 Latest edition Latest edition Latest edition T2 Ranjan Rakesh Investment Banking T2 Khatua T3 Dr R P Rustogi T4 Ashwarath Dampdaran 7. Text Books: Sr. Evaluation: A B C Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination End –Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) 6. Author No. Lectures and Discussions b. R1 R2 R3 R4 Author Candra Finnery Bhattacharya Prasana Chandra Project Management& Appraisal Working Capital Management Damodaran On Valuation Taxmann Publication Latest edition Wiley Publication Latest edition Name of the Book Corporate Valuation Project Financing Working Capital Management Project Planning.V Practical Module: Prepare a project of your choice using the theoretical fundamentals in above modules and also prepare a project report under the guidance of your subject teacher. 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) 4. Role Playing c. No. concepts Publisher TMH publication Edition Latest edition Wiley Publication Latest edition PHI publication TMH Publication Latest edition Latest edition GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 69 . Teaching Method: The following pedagogical tools will be used to teach this course: a. Reference Books: Sr.

ARCs. Raising capital: Equity and Debt Raising funds through using other debt instruments. Ethics and compliance Differences in corporate governance between corporate clients and investors Issue Management: Role of Investment Banking in Primary Market (IPO). Corporate Debt Restructuring. BIFR. Reschedulement and Restructuring. List of Journals/Periodicals/Magazines/Newspapers. 29-36 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 70 . Buybacks and Delisting Restructuring – Financial and organizational restructuring. Equity and Bond Valuation. 1-2 3-4 5-6 7 8-9 10-11 12-13 14-15 16-17 18-19 20-21 22-23 24-25 26-28 Topic Investment banks’ role and function. Practical Module: Prepare a Case Study or project report on any topic mentioned above. The trends in investment banking. Functions of Merchant Banker in Issue Management Underwriting and Bought Out Deals. Journal of Banking and Finance. Session Plan: Session no. SARFAESI Act. Journal of Finance and Economics. Stock price and equity research. rating of instruments Raising Terms loans and working capital and appraisal thereof Valuation of Companies and Business. Buybacks and Delisting Underwriting and Bought Out Deals. including international funding. Equity Research in investment banks Investment Banking Perspective in Corporate Restructuring and M&A . History and Emergence of investment banking Types of investment banks. Business Valuation Models. etc. The role of investment banks in structuring M&A transactions. Due diligence Financial Markets: Understanding of Primary Market (IPO) and Secondary Market Fund Raising through Private Equity.: Journal of Finance. 9. Venture Capital and Private Placement Regulatory Aspects of Investment Banking.8.

fire insurance claims. general guidelines for settlement of claims. Course Contents: Module No: Module Content Concept of Risk. Risk Management Control. Types of Insurance. Course Objective: The objective of this course is to make students understand the concepts and application of insurance and risk management in insurance. kinds of underwriting. classification of risk. Risk Vs. Risk Management guidelines and responsibilities. 3. motor insurance claim. Types of pure risks. claim on consignment by road/rail personal accident. Insurance Reforms Element of an insurance risk. Financial and Non Financial Risks. theft /burglary insurance. i.MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . 2. Claim Management: claim settlement in general insurance.2840602 1. Social and Economic benefits of insurance. underwriting of non-life insurance. underwriting of life insurance. Risk Management Objectives. insurance as risk transfer mechanism. Risk Management and derivatives. Pure and Speculative Risk. Government and Controlling Authorities. No. requisites of good underwriting. mediclaim. tariff/ rate making in general insurance. level of risk and insurance. insurance and indemnity.e. Uncertainty. Risk Management Process. marine insurance claim. Static and Dynamic Risk. 45 hours. Types of Risks. Insurance and Risk: Introduction to Insurance. Quantifiable and nonquantifiable risk. Underwriting: Philosophy of underwriting.Insurance and Risk Management Sub Code: . Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each. pricing and premium setting. Methods of handling risks. of Sessions Marks (70 External exam) I 7 17 II 7 17 III 7 18 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 71 . types of rating. Individual and Group Risks.

issues and challenges of Indian reinsurance. ICFAI Publication • Insurance Journal • Risk and Derivatives GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 72 . Basic Text Books: Sr. responsibilities of finance manager. Arunajatesan & T Risk Management and Insurance R Viswanathan George E Rajda Principles of Risk Management and Insurance Latest Latest 7. Risk Margin. performance measurement of insurance company. suggested by the faculty guides. Case discussion b. Reinsurance.etc. investment by insurance Company. 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) 4. Teaching Method: a. Ratio analysis of insurance company. valuation of assets and liabilities. Role of Re-insurers.Gupta Name of the Book Insurance and Risk Management Publisher Himalaya Publishing House Macmillan Pearson Edition Latest T2 T3 S. Technical provision. Hedging. Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Class participation etc c. • Insurance and Risk Management. Risk and Return trade off.IV Financial Aspects of Insurance Companies: Financial objective of an insurance Company. T1 P. Compulsory class presentation with live experiences of world economies 5.K. 7 18 V Practical Module: Preparation of Projects/ Case Studies on insurance company. Evaluation: A B Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) C End –Semester Examination 6. List of Journals/Periodicals/Magazines/Newspapers. Techniques of reinsurance. ALM. Author No.

Session Plan: Session no. level of risk and insurance. Risk Management Control. fire insurance claims. in consultation with faculty guide. responsibilities of finance manager performance measurement of insurance company. 8-9 10-11 12-13 14-16 17-19 20-21 22-23 24-26 27-28 29-36 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 73 . Hedging. Insurance and Risk: Introduction to Insurance. issues and challenges of Indian reinsurance. classification of risk. Risk Management Process. Technical provision Risk Margin. claim on consignment by road/rail personal accident. Insurance as risk transfer mechanism. requisites of good underwriting. Pure and Speculative Risk. Types of Insurance Social and Economic benefits of insurance. types of rating. underwriting of non-life insurance pricing and premium setting. Types of Risks. Uncertainty. kinds of underwriting. tariff/ rate making in general Insurance. mediclaim. Claim Management: general guidelines for settlement of claims. Static and Dynamic Risk. Insurance Reforms Element of an insurance risk. ALM. Quantifiable and non-quantifiable risk. valuation of assets and liabilities. theft /burglary insurance Financial Aspects of Insurance Companies: Financial objective of an insurance Company. investment by insurance company Practical Module: Practical Assignments: preparation of at least two case studies or minor project report on any topic mentioned above. Risk and Return trade off. Types of pure risks Financial and Non Financial Risks. Methods of handling risks. underwriting of life insurance. Ratio analysis of insurance company. Risk Management and derivatives. motor insurance claim. Techniques of reinsurance. Government and Controlling Authorities. claim settlement in general insurance . Risk Management guidelines and responsibilities.8. Underwriting: Philosophy of underwriting. Individual and Group Risks. 1-2 3-4 5-7 Topic Concept of Risk. Risk Vs. insurance and indemnity. Reinsurance. Risk Management Objectives. Role of Re-insurers. marine insurance claim.

Agriculture Processing.2840701 1. participatory management. Types of Cooperatives: Agriculture and Non Agriculture Cooperatives.Rural & Agro-Based Management (RAM) . Marketing Cooperatives. By studying this course the students will be able to be familiar with about approaches and techniques of management of cooperatives. 2. of Sessions I 7 17 II 7 18 III 7 17 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 74 . and stakeholder management. Role of Cooperative Movement in Socio economic development in India.Cooperative Management (CM) Sub Code: . i. inspection and audit. A SWOT Analysis of Agricultural Co-operatives. Credit and Non Credit Cooperatives . Management of Cooperatives: Introduction to Bye-Laws of Cooperative Society. including collaborative management. 3. The course aims to help students to understand the strengths and challenges of cooperatives and use their management skill to convert the challenges into opportunities. Overview of Agricultural Co-operatives in India. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each. Role of Cooperatives in Agriculture Input supply. Day to day functioning. Continuing Relevance and Future Potential of Cooperatives in Indian Agriculture. which will help them to understand special as well as distinguished features of cooperative management. joint management. Theoretical Foundations of Co-operatives. Course Objectives: The course aims to educate the students about the role of cooperative sector in the socio economic development of India in general and agriculture and rural development in particular.New MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . No. Management of Funds. in development of Cooperatives. Cooperative Structure. winding up etc.e. community management. Progress of Co-operatives at a Glance. By studying this course the students will be able to understand the role of cooperatives in the agriculture and rural development. Processing Cooperative and Service Cooperatives. 45hours. Cooperatives in a Global Perspective. Role of State Govt. Agriculture Marketing. Importance of Cooperatives in Today’s World. Course Contents: Marks (70 External exam) Module No: Module Content Philosophical and Theoretical Foundations of Cooperatives. Important Provisions of Cooperative Societies Act relating to Establishment of cooperative society.

Challenges And opportunities for Cooperatives. Financial Management and Taxation in Co-operatives Sources of Funds. Constraints to Financing of Co-operatives. No. KRIBHCO. AMUL.N. Taxation of Indian Cooperatives Practical Module: Students have to study some leading Cooperative organisations like IFFCO. ltd IIMA Jain Book Agency Edition 7thLatest Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition T2 T3 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 75 . IV 7 18 V 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) 4. Sugar Factories. Teaching Methods: The following pedagogical tools will be used to teach this course: • Lectures • Case Discussions and Practical Visits to Cooperative organisations • Audio-visual Material (Using CDs/ Clippings) • Assignments and Presentations 5. Evaluation: A B C Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination End –Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) 6. Problems and Practice State of the Indian Farmer (A MILLI.NNIUM STUDY) Volume 24 : Cooperatives in Agriculture Cooperative Management Principles and Techniques Publisher Ane Books Pvt. Financing of Co-operatives. Hajela Samar K Datta Dr S Nakkiran Name of the Book Cooperation Principles. and Cooperative Banks/Credit Societies etc and prepare Case Studies / Success stories. T1 Author T. Text Books: SR.Professional Management in Cooperatives.

National Institute of Cooperative Management. New Delhi 2.A. Tamilnadu State Cooperative Union.R. Jaipur 8. Reinventing Cooperatives : 21st Srivastava JN Century Vision Note: Wherever the standard books are not available for the topic appropriate print and online resources. of India. Mumbai 7. T D Tiwari R7 Dr D C Gohil Management of Cooperative Banks R8 Bhatia BS. Land Bank Publication. New Delhi 11. Author No . Anand GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 76 . Lucknow 12. R1 A. Agriculture Situation in India. published by National Cooperative Union of India. New Delhi NICM Gandhinagar Sahanti Prakashan Deep & Deep Publication Deep & Deep Publication Latest Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition 2000 / Latest Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition Latest Latest R5 VB Jugale & P A Reasserting the co-operative Koli movement R5 B. Chennai 6.7. published by College of Agriculture Banking 10. Reference Books: Sr. Tamilnadu Journal of Cooperatives. published by National Cooperative Union of India. 1. Ministry of Agriculture Govt. etc. Working Papers published by Institute of Rural Management.Ansari R2 G. Vaikunth Mehta National Institute of Cooperative Management Pune 4. RBI Bulletin. New Delhi 3.Madan R3 Ramkishan R4 Sammar K Datta Name of the Book Publisher Edition Cooperative Management Pattern Cooperative Movement in India Management Of Co-Operatives Cooperatives in Agriculture Anmol Publication Mittal Publication Jaico Publicaton IIMA Serial Publication RBSA Publishers. Working Papers published by Bankers Institute of Rural Development. CAB Calling. Cooperative Perspectives. Agriculture Marketing. List of Journals/Periodicals/Magazines/Newspapers. 8. NICM Bulletin. Indian Cooperative Review. The Cooperator.Mathur Rural Development and Cooperation HRD in Cooperatives R6 Dr. journals and books published by different authors may be prescribed.L. Gandhinagar 5. Published by National Institute of Agriculture Marketing. Garg Management Mahesh R9 Goel BB. published by Reserve Bank of India 9. Encyclopedia of Cooperative Verma HL. Land Bank Journal.

1-2 3-4 5-7 8-10 11-13 Topic Philosophical and Theoretical Foundations of Co-operatives. Types of Cooperatives: Agriculture and Non Agriculture Cooperatives. Agriculture Processing. Agriculture Marketing. Sugar Factories. Processing Cooperative and Service Cooperatives.. Financing of Co-operatives. Account Keeping and Taxation of Indian Cooperatives: Income Tax Provisions. Important Provisions of Cooperative Societies Act relating to Establishment of cooperative society. VAT. Challenges and opportunities for Cooperatives Financial Management and Taxation in Co-operatives: Sources of Funds. winding up etc. Session Plan: Session no. Role of State Govt. Co-operatives in a Global Perspective. and Cooperative Banks/Credit Societies etc. Professional Management in Cooperatives. Importance of Co-operatives in Today’s World. Cooperative Structure. Role of Cooperatives in Agriculture Input supply. M a r ke t i n g C oo p e ra t i ve s .9. C r e d i t and Non Credit Cooperatives. KRIBHCO. inspection and audit. Internal Sources of Funds and External sources of funds. and prepare Case Studies / Success stories GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 77 . Important Provisions of Cooperative Societies Act relating to Day to day functioning. AMUL. Management of Funds. Management of Cooperatives: Introduction to Bye-Laws of Cooperative Society. Constraints to Financing of Co-operatives. Progress of Co-operatives at a Glance. Excise etc. Overview of Agricultural Co-operatives in India. Continuing Relevance and Future Potential of Co-operatives in Indian Agriculture. 14-16 17-18 19-21 22-23 24-25 26 -28 Practical Module: Students have to study some leading Cooperative organisations like 29 to 36 IFFCO. A SWOT Analysis of Agricultural Co-operatives. in development of Cooperatives. Role of Cooperative Movement in Socio Economic development in India. Theoretical Foundations of Co-operatives.

3. project implementation. GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 7 18 78 . i. Public Causes. Trust Deed. NGO and Voluntary Organisation (VO). Society Registration laws. entrepreneurs or social scientists. Decision making process in NGOs. Participatory. Record Keeping. Documents required. controlling. Service orientation. 2. City Wide Organization. This course is also designed for the potential employees at of corporate sector who. Empowering orientation. Bye Laws / Memorandum of Association. International NGOs.2840702 1. organizing. Management of NGO: Planning. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each.Based Organization. The course will focus on the basic managerial concepts for establishment and manage an NGO.MoA. Non profit organization (NPO) Types of NGOs by orientation: Charitable orientation.NGO Management (NM) Sub Code: . : Awareness and Services related to Health/ Education/Awareness/ Empowerment of Women and weaker sector. Laws related to Public Trust Act. II Procedure to option a license u/s 25 of the co act. Various activities of NGOs. 45 hours. This course will be helpful in creating jobs in the NGO sector and also create awareness about social problems faced by the society. which will be very much useful for students those who are now planning to make a carrier into NGOs sector. NGO type by level of co-operation: Community. Characteristics of NGO. Course Contents: Module No: No. Human Rights. project formulation. Registration. . National NGOs. Meetings of NGO. Role of NGOs. Consumer protection etc. Resolutions and Minutes of Meetings. Social values. RTI. Environment Protection. I 7 17 Formation of a Trust or a Society. Registration procedure. wish for professional advancement in the area of so-called Corporate Social Responsibility. Course Objectives: The MBA programme is primarily intended for the students who would like to engage as professional managers. of Sessions Marks (70 External exam) Module Content Definition of NGO.MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: .e.

Income Tax provisions for NGO. outside India. General guidelines for raising funds Practical Module: Students have to study some leading Indian and prepare and present the Case Studies / Success stories of NGOs. ILO. III procedure of writing accounts. Legal provisions for IV foreign funding. UNESCO. The students may prepare the research Report on the role of CAPART. NGOs and RTI. Evaluation: A B Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) C End –Semester Examination GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 79 . Opening of Bank Account. External sources with in India. AKRSP. UNODC. Donation. UNDP. UNICEF. Teaching Method: The following pedagogical tools will be used to teach this course: • Lectures • Case Discussions and Practical Visits to NGOs • Audio-visual Material (Using CDs/ Clippings) • Assignments and Presentations • Workshops by Rural and NGO Promoters / Managers / Experts. NGOs and PIL Funding of NGO operations Internal sources. Grant in Aid from Govt. 7 17 7 18 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) 4. 5. maintenance of account. SEWA. Audit of NGO.Maintaining Accounts and preparing financial statements. UNFPA. Fund raising strategies. WFP. International V NGOs United Nations' agencies such as UNHCR. NABARD. WHO and the World Bank and their contribution to the development of Indian NGO sector or socio economic development of India / Gujarat.

No .Ovasdi Latest Edition R3 S. Reference Books: Sr. R.P. Jaipur Latest Edition R6 V. R1 Author Santap Sanhari Mishri Name of the Book Publisher ICFAI University Press Macmillon Publications Edition NGO an introduction by Management of Non Governmental Organisations . T1 Author Nabhi’s Board of Editors Name of the Book Publisher Edition Latest Edition Nabhi’s Handbook for Nabhi NGOs Vol.Towards a developed civil society NGO Management Mobilizing Managing Financial Resources The Management of NonGovernmental Development Organizations Latest Edition R2 J. Goyal GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 80 . Text Books: Sr. Rengasamy Madurai Institute of Social Science Latest Edition R4 David Lewis Routledge Publication Latest Edition R5 Sudeshkumar Schemes of Central Government for NGOs A Handbook of Financial Jain Publishing House Latest Edition Norms for Project Budgeting Schemes for NGOs in Development Mangal Deep Publication.6. (Encyclopedia for NGOs Dehli and Voluntary Agencies) Guidelines For NGOs Kanishka Management In India Publishiners Distributors NGO Management: Surendra With Case Studies publication T2 Snehlata Chandra Latest Edition T3 B.M. I and II Publication. N. No. Nanda Latest Edition 7.

Non profit organization (NPO) Various activities of NGOs Awareness and Services related to Health/ Education/Awareness/Empowerment of Women and weaker sector. WFP. General guidelines for raising funds 5-7 8-9 10-12 13-14 15-16 17 18-19 20-21 22-24 25-26 Various State and Central Government Departments / Organisations and Agencies involved in providing financial support to NGOs including Foreign Agencies Practical Module: Students have to study some leading Indian and prepare and present the Case Studies / Success stories of NGOs. Role of NGOs in society. 27 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 81 . NGO and Voluntary Organisation (VO). Memorandum of Association. Resolutions and Minutes of Meetings. UNESCO. organizing. Donations and Grant receipt from Governments. ILO. Session Plan: Session no. Individuals and other agencies with in India as well as outside India. Grant in Aid from Govt. External sources of Funds. project formulation. Trust Deed. 1-2 3-4 Topic Definition of NGO. Public Trust / Private Trust and Society . Obtaining of Certificates for Income Tax Rebate / Concessions Right to Information Act. UNICEF. Donations. Memorandum of Association. Social values. Laws related to Public Trust Act. Procedure to option a license u/s 25 of the co act Management of NGO: Planning. Formation of a Trust or a Society. Internal sources of funds. Environment Protection. Procedure of Registration of Public Trust and Society.8. UNODC. Decision making process in NGOs. . Human Rights.. Maintaining Accounts and preparing financial statements. Public Interest Litigations applicable to Public Trust Funding of NGO operations . Public Cause RTI. Audit and Inspection of NGO Income Tax provisions for NGO . Legal provisions for foreign funding Fund raising strategies. UNDP. procedure of writing accounts. WHO and the World Bank and their contribution to the development of Indian NGO sector or socio economic development of India / Gujarat. Meetings of NGO. Consumer Protection etc. The students may prepare the research papers 28 to 36 on the role of International NGOs or United Nations' agencies such as UNHCR. controlling. Characteristics of NGO. project implementation. UNFPA. Indian Societies Registration laws Documents required. Opening of Bank Account. maintenance of account.

The professor / teacher may select cases related to the subject. Dams and other infrastructure management and social / rural development projects. Food and Agriculture Processing. Aircraft etc). and may even publish select cases in reputed / referred journals of Management. Energy (Wind / Solar / Tidal / Wave / from Agriculture Waste like Sugercane Bagasse. SEZ (Special Economic Zones). Power (Electricity). Bus. in Asia or other foreign countries. Environmental Projects. consisting of all the case studies discussed in the class as well as during industry visits. The student will prepare a Report at the end of the semester. Ship. Also out of total 6 cases. minimum 2 cases should be of private firms or companies / government organizations / NGOs / PPP (Public Private Partnership) which are operating out of India i. Rice Bran. GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 82 . Forest Waste etc).2840801 The Immersion Study of Social Business (or Enterprise) subject carries total 6 credits out of which 3 credits are given for theory exam and 3 credits will be given for practical / immersion study performed by the student with a company / government organization / NGO in India or Asia. Industry.e. Out of 6 case studies. Public Transportation including Railways. Examples of Social Business / Enterprise are Public. Other cases may be from India under any ownership format as mentioned above.New MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . 3 cases will be major/comprehensive case studies and will cover major areas of the subject. Roads. Government etc.Immersion Study of Social Businesses (ISSB) Sub Code: . Gas. Business. Private or Joint Sector Corporations / Companies in Telecom. while other 3 case studies will be issue-based / sectorial cases as determined by the teaching professor / faculty member / industry expert. Technology. The course will consist of minimum 6 case studies to be selected by the professor / faculty teacher / students and discussed in the class. Water Management.Asian Business (Immersion Study) .

Sustainable Global Businesses (Immersion Study) . IV International Trade and the Environment. Multinational Enterprises and the Environment. Teaching Method: GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 83 . Practical Module: Study any one aspect of the Economic Development and write a Term Paper indicating its Sensitivity towards Environmental V Sustainability and present the same in the class. 3. 7 II 7 17 Education and the Environment. Women and the Environment. 7 18 7 18 8 (20 Marks of CEC Internal Evaluation) 4. I Poverty and Environmental Degradation Population and the Environment. i. Course Objective: To make the students aware of the nature of interdependence between various aspects of Economic Development and the Environment and to sensitize them to the issues related to Economic Development and Environmental Sustainability. Course Duration: The course duration is of 36 sessions of 75 minutes each.Environmentally Sustainable Development (ESD) Sub Code: . of Sessions Marks (70 External exam) 17 The Stages of Economic Development Paradigms.2840901 1. Technology and the Environment. Course Contents: Module No: Module Content No. The Term Paper may be given to an individual student or to a group of 2 to 3 students. 2. External Debt and the Environment.New MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: .e. Market Oriented Approach to Development and Environment. 45 hours. Rural Development and the Environment. III Health Services and the Environment.

Taisha Sustainable Abraham.-1999 ISBN: 9780275966287 Environmentally Sustainable Economic Development T2 Chris Barrow Environmental Management for Sustainable Development T3 Editors: Anastasia Education for Nikelopoulou. Environmentally Francoise O. Author No. and Farid Development – Mirbagheri Challenges. Strategies and Practices in a Globalizing World T4 Asayehgn Desta. 1 edition ISBN: 9780203016671 Sage Publications 1st Edition: 2010 Praeger Publishers ISBN: 9780275957414 Year-1999 GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 84 . Sept. 5. Lepage Sustainable Economic Development Routledge. (c) Compulsory class presentation of the Term Paper. Desta. Evaluation: A B Projects/ Assignments/ Quizzes/ Individual or group Presentation/ Class participation/ Case studies etc Mid-Semester Examination Weightage 50 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 30 marks (Internal Assessment) Weightage 70 marks (External Assessment) C End –Semester Examination 6. T1 Asayehgn Desta Name of the Book Publisher Praeger Publishers Edition New Edition.(a) Lecture Method and Class Discussion (b) Case Discussion and Class Participation. Text Books: Sr.

5-7 Poverty and Environmental Degradation 8-9 Population and the Environment. Author Name of the Book No. 10-11 Women and the Environment. The Term Paper may be given to an individual Student or to a group of 2 to 3 students. 1-2 THE Stages of Economic Development Paradigms. Sustainable Development Policy Mudacumura. Lepage Sustainable Economic Development Publisher CRC Press Edition Dec. International Trade and the Environment. List of Journals/Periodicals/Magazines/Newspapers. Practical Module: Study any one aspect of the Economic Development and write a Term Paper indicating its Sensitivity towards Environmental Sustainability and Present the same in the class. And Administration Haque R2 Shamsul Asayehgn Desta. etc. Technology and the Environment. Administration Shamsul Haque Barrow R4 Chris Environmental Routledge. 9. R1 Gedeon M. Reference Books: Sr. GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 85 . 12-14 15-16 17-19 20-21 22-23 24-26 27-28 29-36 Rural Development and the Environment.-2005 1 edition ISBN: 9780203016671 8. Session Plan: Session Topic no. 3-4 Market Oriented Approach to Development and Environment. Francoise O.: Any journal and magazine related to environment and sustainable business enterprise published from India or abroad. Desta Mebratu. Sustainable Development CRC Press Policy And Mudacumura. Health Services and the Environment. Desta Mebratu. M. M. External Debt and the Environment. Management for Sustainable Development Dec.7. Multinational Enterprises and the Environment.-2005 Praeger Publishers ISBN: 9780275957414 Year-1999 R3 Gedeon M. Environmentally Desta. Education and the Environment.

consumer pressure. Environmental Projects. Food and Agriculture Processing. market competition. • Further study the results due to the impact. and also can publish select cases in reputed /referred journals of Management. Industry. Water Management. pressure from international business community. Forest Waste etc). consisting of all the case studies discussed in the class / at the industry visit. Chemicals. Examples are Public. Energy (Wind / Solar / Tidal / Wave / from Agriculture Waste like Sugarcane Bagasse. • How the situation in the society changes due to this kind of technology change or policy change. World Trade Organization (WTO) etc. Technology.The Corporation. Business. PPP or Joint Sector Corporations / Companies operating in highly regulated environment like petrochemicals. Rice Bran. Power (Electricity). Government etc. • Study the new situation and is impact on corporate and society. government policies. • Further policy changes required or expected due to impact of technology. the student is required to select a corporate / listed or non-listed company and study the following through at least 6 Case Studies including 3 major cases and 3 small cases / caselets. Private. SEZ (Special Economic Zones). Gas. Pharmaceuticals. Public Transportation including Railways. Telecom.2840902 For the subject ‘The Corporation.MBA-II Semester-IV Sub Name: . The student will prepare a Report at the end of the semester. Roads. Bus. Ship. At least 50% cases should be from India and 50% from any other countries of choice by the professor and student together: • Changes happening in the company/industry due to technology change or policy change. the Regulators and Society’ as an Immersion Study. GTU / Syllabus –MBA IV / 86 . Dams and other infrastructure management projects. the Regulators and Society (CRS) Sub Code: . Aircraft etc).

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