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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI Bachelor of Management Studies ( B.M.S)
Revised Scheme for the First year (Sem I & SEM II) Second Year (SEM III & SEM IV) and Third Year (SEM V & SEM VI) (Semesters I,II,III,IV,V & VI) of BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES and Revised syllabus for the First year (Semester I and II) with effect from ACADEMIC YEAR 2008-2009
Vivek College of Commerce Proposed revised syllabus of BMS Course Workshop of Syllabus Revision for BMS Course Page no. 2 of 17
STRUCTURE OF SYLLABUS OF BMS COURSE SEM I TO VI S.No F.Y.B.M.S. SEM I 1:1 Foundations of Human Skills 1:2 Introduction to Financial Accounts 1:3 Business Law 1:4 Business Mathematics 1:5 Business Communication 1:6 Principles of Management ² 1 1:7 Introduction to Computers ** Total marks per paper : Theory : 60 marks + Internals : 40 marks = 100 marks Total 700 marks ( 50-60 lectures per subject --- 4lectures per week ** For 1:7 Introduction to computers Practical sessions²4 per week ) F.Y.B.M.S. SEM II 2:1 Business Environment 2:2 Industrial Law 2:3 Computer Applications in Business 2:4 Managerial Economics ² 1 2:5 Business Statistics 2:6 Introduction to Cost Accounting 2:7 Environmental Management Total marks per paper : Theory : 60 marks + Internals : 40 marks = 100 marks Total 700 marks ( 50-60 lectures per subject --- 4lectures per week ** For 2:3 Computer applications in Business : Practical session ²4 per week) S.Y.B.M.S. SEM III 3:1 Management Accounting 3:2 Managerial Economics - II 3:3 Marketing Management 3:4 Business Aspects in Banking & Insurance 3:5 Production Management & Materials Management 3:6 Principles of Management II - Case Study Total marks per paper : Theory : 60 marks + Internals : 40 marks = 100 marks
B.B.Y.4lectures per week) Vivek College of Commerce Proposed revised syllabus of BMS Course Workshop of Syllabus Revision for BMS Course Page no. 3 of 17 T.M.4lectures per week) + 100 marks project ( grades to be allocated) TY BMS SEM 6 6:1 Entrepreneurship & Management of SME 6:2 Elements of Logistics Management 6:3 Service Sector Management 6:4 Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility 6:5 International Finance 6:6 Elective II Retail Management OR Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management OR E.Thoughts and Practices 4:6 Public Relations Management Total marks per paper : Theory : 60 marks + Internals : 40 marks = 100 marks Total 600 marks ( 50-60 lectures per subject --.Y.4lectures per week) Detail Syllabus for BMS Semester I 1:1 Foundation of Human Skills Unit Number Topics Number of lectures I Understanding Human Nature Basics of Human Nature Influence of Environment and Heredity Concept of Attitude 12 II Concept of Intelligence Intelligent Quotient Intelligence as Basis of Abilities 12 . SEM IV 4:1 Productivity and Quality Management 4:2 Direct & Indirect Taxes 4:3 Export Import Procedure & Documentation 4:4 Cooperatives & Rural Markets 4:5 Indian Management .S. SEM V 5:1 Human Resources Management 5:2 Research Methods in Business 5:3 Financial Management 5:4 Operations Research 5:5 International Marketing 5:6 Elective I : Special Studies in Marketing OR Special Studies in Finance OR Management Information Systems 5:7 Project Work Total marks per paper : Theory : 60 marks + Internals : 40 marks = 100 marks Total 600 marks ( 50-60 lectures per subject --.Total 600 marks ( 50-60 lectures per subject --.Commerce Total marks per paper : Theory : 60 marks + Internals : 40 marks = 100 marks Total 600 marks ( 50-60 lectures per subject --.S.4lectures per week) S.M.
Residual value ² Methods .Bank reconciliation statement C.Simple illustrations AS 9 : Revenue recognition: Meaning and scope . technical.Subsidiary books. Prentice Hall of India.Disclosure of policies . . & Slocum. P. South Western/ Thomson Learning 6 Organizational Behavior Luthans. (2005). of Lectures I A. Controversies and Applications Robbins. development and definition. (4th ed). New Delhi 1:2 Introduction to Financial Accounts Unit Number Topics No. S.). M.Relationship between journal & ledger. New Delhi 8 Organizational Behavior: Concepts.Areas of policies . D.Non-monetary consideration .Cost of fixed assets .Book-keeping and accounting.Estimating useful life ² Additions . journal. J. 7 Understanding Organizational Behavior Pareek. New Delhi 3 Organizational Behaviour P G Aquinas Excel Books. supervisory.Transactions excluded .Rendering of services . Accounting Standards AS 1 : Disclosure of accounting policies: Meaning of accounting policies ² Purpose Different policies .Persons interested in accounting. (2005).Disclosure of change in policies -Simple illustrations AS 6 : Depreciation accounting: Meaning ² Definitions ² Importance ²Factors .Rules regarding posting.Disclosure of surplus .Simple illustrations AS 10 : Accounting for fixed assets : Meaning ² Definitions ² Importance .Change in method .& K & Ghorpade M. U (2004) Oxford University Press.. ( 10th ed.1999 2 Organizational Behaviour Newstrom J. meaning of skill-types of skills. Meaning and Scope of Accounting: Need. McGraw Hill.Opening and closing entries.Keith D Tata McGraw Hill.Improvements. managerial and decision making skills. Hellriegel. (11th Edition).Useful life of a depreciable asset . Delhi 4 Applied Industrial / Organizational Psychology Aamodt. Group Influence on Interaction Skills. (2004).B Himalaya.Disclosures.G.Trial balance. journal proper. conceptual.III Effective Thinking Thinking Skills Thinking Styles Concept of Six Thinking Hats 13 IV Individual Interaction and skills: Basic Interaction Skills. F.Sale of goods .Effect of uncertainties ² Disclosure .Self constructed fixed assets . Mumbai. 4 of 17 Reference Books Sr No Title Author Publisher 1 Industrial Psychology Gosh P. Wadsworth / Thomson Learning 5 Organizational Behavior. 13 Vivek College of Commerce Proposed revised syllabus of BMS Course Workshop of Syllabus Revision for BMS Course Page no.Objectives of accounting B. definition.Branches of accounting. Accounting Transactions :Accounting cycle .personal and interpersonal intrapersonal skills. Concept .W.
Keiso. Depreciation Accounting : Practical problem based on accounting treatment by provision for depreciation using SLM and RBM methods 15 III Trial Balance and Final Accounts of a Sole Proprietor Introduction to trial balance and final accounts of a sole proprietor. 1) Expenditure: Classification of Expenditure . additions and extensions ² Revaluation . Mumbai 10 Indian Accounting Standards and US Gaap . Publishing Co.S. Rectification of errors.. Effect of error . Preparation and Presentation of Final Accounts in Horizontal Form: Manufacturing Account..Chand & Co.. Ltd. Revenue receipt . Concept of grouping of accounts. (P) Ltd.repairs. Accounting packages and consideration of them in selection. Harsolikar Multi-Tech. Distinction between capital receipts and revenue receipts 3)Profit or Loss : Revenue profit or loss . Gupta & M.Special types of fixed assets ² Disclosure 20 II A. Dinesh D.S. Porwal Tata McGraw Hill 5 Elements of Accounts T S Grewal S. L. 8 Accounting Standards --.Criteria tests 2) Receipts : Capital receipt. 15 Vivek College of Commerce Proposed revised syllabus of BMS Course Workshop of Syllabus Revision for BMS Course Page no. Unusual expenses. New Delhi.Sale or retirement .Valuation of fixed assets in special cases . Codification of accounts.Capital profit or loss B. Revenue and Deferred Revenue Expenditure : Distinction between capital expenditure and revenue expenses. Maintaining the hierarchy and ledgers.Capital. Chand & Co. Trading Account: Profit and Loss Account: Balance Sheet 10 IV Accounting in Computerized Environment An overview of Computerized environment. Features of Computerized accounting system.Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. New Delhi 9 Financial Accounting for Management Texts & Cases Dr. Kimmel 4 Accounting Theory ² an Introduction L. 5 of 17 Reference Books Sr No Title Author Publisher 1 An Introduction to financial Accounting Andrew Thomas McGraw Hill 2 Financial Accounting ² A Managerial emphasis Ashok Banerjee Excel Books 3 Financial Accounting Weugamt. Radhaswamy S. 6 Business Accounting Frank Woods Pitman Publication 7 Advanced Accountancy R.
1872) : Section 1-30 Essential Elements of Contract .K. Girish Ahuja Mayur Paper Back 1.Consumer disputes and complaints .Types of Partnerships . 1986 Objects of consumer Protection . Graw Hill & Co.R.Ashish Bhattacharya Tata Mc.Redressal Agencies 10 Reference Books Sr No Title Author Publisher 1 Bare Act relating to the various Laws ___ -----2 Business Law K.Parties to Negotiable Instruments Negotiation.Rules of Delivery .Memorandum of Association & Articles of association ² Prospectus .4 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (All the concepts in the syllabus should be illustrated with examples from Management. New Delhi 8 Company Laws Dr.Bulchandani Himalaya Publishing House 3 Elements of Mercantile Law Kapur N.Criminal Liability on Dud cheques 10 III Companies Act.Characteristics of Negotiable Instruments Different types of Negotiable Instruments . Mumbai 11 Financial Accounting Warren Thomson learning 12 Company Accounting Standards Shrinivasan Anand Taxman 13 Financial Accounting J. Goel Biztantra 6 A Manual of Mercantile Law M.Board of Directors 20 IV (A) Consumer Protection Act.Meetings . 1956 (Section 1-100) What is company? .Dissolution of Partnership .Auction sales ² CIF & FOB contract C) Indian Partnership ( The Indian Partnership Act. 1881 Introduction of Negotiable Instruments .Meaning of the words ´Goods and Servicesµ .Free Consent ² consideration . 6 of 17 5 Business Law P.Meaning of the words ´ Defects and Deficiencies of Goods and servicesµ . Commerce and Economics.Rights of an unpaid seller .Introduction of consumer . Monga.3 BUSINESS LAW Objectives: The subject should be taught keeping in mind that the BMS students will be joining the industry. Unit Number Topics Number of lectures I A) Law of Contract ( The Indian Contract Act.Shukla Chand & Co.Consumer Protection Councils . 1930 Scope of the Act . 7 Students Guide to Corporate Law Datey V Taxman. Duties and liabilities of partners 20 II Negotiable Instrument Act. Avtar Singh Eastern Book Company 1.C.Who is consumer?.Incorporation of Company. Ltd. Delhi Vivek College of Commerce Proposed revised syllabus of BMS Course Workshop of Syllabus Revision for BMS Course Page no. 1932) What is Partnership? .Unfair Trade Practice .Rights . Endorsement and Presentment .Consumer Disputes .D. Sultan Chand 4 Business Law S S Gulshan Excel Books. R..Agreement and Contract .Sale and Agreement to sell .Essentials of a valid sale Contract Conditions and Warranties .Capacity to Contract .Partnership Formation . therefore the emphasis should be on uses on application of Business Law to various Organisations.Lawful objects/consideration B) Sales of Goods Act. .
partial elasticity. applications such producer·s surplus. total cost. Equated Monthly Installments (EMI) using reducing interest system. marginal functions and their simple applications in Economics. Integration as the reverse process of derivatives. a×. total revenue. G. product and quotient. 15 Reference Books Vivek College of Commerce Proposed revised syllabus of BMS Course Workshop of Syllabus Revision for BMS Course Page no. average revenue. 15 III Derivatives and their Applications Derivatives as a measure of rate. Simple interest. Simple applications in Economics and Commerce : Marginal physical productivity of labour and capital. marginal revenue. standard formulae ² integration of constant function. scalar multiple of a matrix. linear function. log x. ax.) 15 II Matrices and Determinants Matrices. its present value and future value. Matrix Operations (addition of two matrices. Simple problems (Integration techniques such as finding total cost from marginal cost. (Problems to be solved with calculator. xn. Elementary row and column operations on matrices. total revenue from marginal revenue Definite integrations. consumer·s surplus. difference and scalar multiplications. Sr. Sinking Fund. Constrained maxima and minima (one constraint only) using Lagrange·s multiplier.P. Second order derivatives. demand functions involving two commodities. amortization of loans. optimization of functions of two variables in Economics and Business. compound interest. log x. Maxima and minima of functions of two variables using second order partial derivative criterion. First and second order partial derivatives. solving a system of linear equations (up to 3 variables) using Cramer·s rule and application to business problems. No Topic No. inverse of a matrix (up to order 3). elasticity of demand. 7 of 17 Sr No Title Author Publisher . Equilibrium point.Total number of lectures assigned for each unit is 15). Functions: constant function. difference. Business and Economics functions such as demand supply. step function.. maxima and minima for functions in Economics and Business. transpose of a matrix) Determinant of a matrix of order 2 and 3. effective and continuous rates of interest. Problems with business applications. xn. Derivatives of functions ² constant function. matrix multiplication. sum. Break even analysis. elementary properties of determinant. Application of derivatives ² marginal cost. Rules of derivatives ² scalar multiplication. Depreciation of assets. Linear inequality (upto 2 variables) and their Graphs. average cost and profit function. exponential and logarithmic functions. and sums of their first n terms. of Lectures I Elementary Financial Mathematics A. interest compounded more than once a year nominal. Application of matrices to Leontief·s open input-output model. xµ.. simple problems (No properties). present value and future value of a continuously compounded annuity.P. 15 IV Functions of two variables and Integration Functions of two variables with examples from Economics and Commerce such as CobbDouglas and other production functions. Use a logarithm tables to be avoided. Immediate (ordinary) annuity. ex. e×. Rules for integrals ² sum. Notion of permutations and combinations. demand analysis of complementary and competitive commodities.
2.6. 9. 2006.1-9.6. 3 Mathematics for Business and Economics Chapters 5. 2000. 1-6.Insurance Institute of India.1 Mathematics for Economics and Finance Chapters 1.6.6:2. Ltd. 12. 8-10.4.1.5: 2.4.32 ----. 2. Man Mohan Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd.9. 10:10. Gupta. 7. V.5.5.K. 7. 13. 8. Gupta. 1-10. 15-22. 1-8. 7:7. Sancheti. 8. 2006. 7.4. 7: 7.5. Insurance companies and Joint stock companies 15 IV ) Oral Communication Skills Understanding Audience Use of Language Use of Tone Understanding Body Language 15 Reference Books Sr No Title Author Publisher 1 Effective Communication Rai Urmila Himalaya. 9:9.1.2: 2.11.17. Robert Brows Tata McGraw ² Hill Publishing Co. 12:12. Norman Biggs Cambridge low-price editions. Mumbai 2 Business Communication Kaul Prentice Hall India .5.8.K. 2 Business Mathematics Chapters 1.1-2. P. 11. 1. 10.9. .3. 25 Martin Anthony.1-12. Sultan Chand & Sons Publications. 7. 6:6.1 ² 2.1. 71:5 Business Communication Unit Number Topics Number of Lectures I ) Fundamentals of Communication -Definition.3. 15. 2.C.6.4. 4 Mathematical Basis of Life Assurance IC ² 81 Chapter 1:1.9. 10.4. 5 Mathematics of Finance 2nd Edition Schaum·s Outline Series Peter Zima.4. 1-2. 2: 2.4. 4.6 ² 1. 7. Meaning -Types .5. 4. 7. 2.9. Chapter 2:1.3. 2. Kapoor.3.8. 2. 9. D. process and importance 10 II ) Effective Communication Concept & Practice of Effective Communication Barriers to Effective Communication Methods to Improve Communication Skills 15 III ) Written Communication Skills Report Writing Letter Writing Preparation of Promotional Material *with special reference to banks.D.6. 184.108.40.206.7:7.1 ² 1.2. 8:8. 2. J.
importance. Staffing . Organising. Fayol·s contribution . Leadership. New York 2 Principles of Management Ramaswamy Himalaya. Definition and importance.I Unit Number Topics Number of Lectures I ) Management.S. Delhi 5 How to Listen Better? Pramila Ahuja & G Ahuja Sterling Publication 6 Contemporary Business Communication Scot Biztantra 7 Business Communication for Managers: An Advanced Approach Penrose Thomson learning 8 Business Correspondence Whitehead G & H A. departmentation.Rao & N. Taylor.nature.3 Basic Business Communication Lesikar TMH 4 Business Communication & Personality Development Das Excel Books. Herzberg . Staffing . 15 Vivek College of Commerce Proposed revised syllabus of BMS Course Workshop of Syllabus Revision for BMS Course Page no. 8 of 17 Behavioural Science approach. sources of recruitment.forms. Mumbai 3 Management Concept and Practice Hannagain T McMillan. 15 IV ) Directing ² meaning and steps I direction : motivation ² concept. theories ² Maslow . Directing and controlling. Contingency approach.Shah Ajab Pustakalaya 9 Management Concepts and Strategies J S Chandran Vikas Publishing House 10 Principles Of Management Tripathi P. Mc Gregor. Authority and responsibility relationships. Duening & John Ivancevich Biztantra 8 Management Concepts and OB P.selection process. Planning : meaning-importance-elements. managerial roles ( Mintzberg) Evolution of Management Theory ² Work of Fredrick . 15 Reference Books Sr No Title Author Publisher 1 Essentials of Management Koontz H & W McGraw Hill. importance and steps in decision making Preparation of Business Plan 15 III ) Organising .nature and significance.concept.Wheeler.W. Delhi 6 Essentials of Management Massie Joseph Prentice Hall of India 7 Management: Principles & Guidelines Thomas N.limitations Decision Making. E. Coordination.Concept.H. process: Effective control system. organization structure.V. Delhi 4 Basic Managerial Skills for All McGrath. styles and traits Control :concept.concept.An overview of functional areas of management.C.process and Significance .concept .H. Tata McGraw Hill 11 Principles of Management : Theory and .Allahabad 1:6 Principles of Management . Prentice Hall of India 5 Management-Text & Cases VSP Rao Excel Books. centralization and decentralization..concept. II ) Management Functions ² Planning .process . control techniques.
USB. 7. HAN) Intranets and Extranets Networks Structures ² Server Based. Network Media. Memory: Definition. Prof. Athlon. Spreadsheets. Firewall. SDRAM. Diff. SCSI. Video Cards. Dot pitch. types. Basic differences between DOS. DVD-RW. Bus. Game controllers. Presentation SW. Printers: Dotmatrix. RFID chips. Advantages Types (LANS.Practice Sarangi S K V M P Publishers & Distributors 12 Principles Of Management Terry G R AITBS 1. 12 Vivek College of Commerce Proposed revised syllabus of BMS Course Workshop of Syllabus Revision for BMS Course Page no. Audio input-Speech recognition. IEEE 1394 (Firewire). Ring. Symbian.0. Optical Mouse. Inkjet Laser. MIDI. System software Operating Systems. SCSI. Co-axial. Embedded OS ² Windows CE. Shareware. Types such as SIMM. Screens: CRT. Tapes. Wireless Keyboards. their capacities. DVD-R. Palm OS. WANS) Hybrid Networks (CAN. B) Software 1. Database Management SW. 4. speeds and cost. Celeron. Comparison on parameters such as. MAN. Networks. Application Software: Acquiring Software Licenses (Diff Types Single user. Types ISA. Digital cameras. Passport license. plotters. diskette. TB. K6. Video input-Webcam. MB. USB 2. Open Source. Touch screens. DIMM. Diff between Windows 9X. AGP. and Wireless ² . Advantage of USB ports. Types ² Single user. device drivers. Multiple user. Smart cards. Primary. operational costs. LINUX. Client server. Screen savers. UNIX. Anti virus. Cyrix. Address bus. Concept of Cache Memory. Supporting Utilities: Back up. Cartridge. TFT screens. LCD. Spyware. OCR. Wired ² Wired ² Twisted pair. 3. Optical input devices Bar Code readers. PC OS. Quality. their clock speeds and differences. 2. Mouse. Software Suites. Topologies ² Star. Core 2 Duo. Intel. XP Home. GB. Secondary storage: Magnetic Storage media. Measuring memory KB. USB. CDROM. Processors: Definition. Flat Panel. Solid state storage devices: Flash Memory. Hard Disk (Fixed. resolution. CD-RW. User Interface ² GUI and Command Line interface. Commercial SW ² Stand Alone. BLU-RAY. Peer to Peer. USB 1. PIM (Personal Information Managers such as Outlook). Parallel. PCI.0. WIN NT. Removable). MAC OS X. Campus Licence Pirated Software. Centrino Technology. Optical Storage Media. Multi ² user. Windows. 8. Pendrives. AMD. 9 of 17 Pens. How data is stored on Magnetic and Optical media. DDR2. DDRAM. Core Duo. Photo printers. speed. Bus Types: Data bus. Freeware. Pentium. Input Devices: Mechanical Mouse. Multiple users. Features such as size. Ports : Serial. DVDROM. NET.7 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS Unit Number Topics Number of Lectures Computer Hardware and Software A) Hardware 1. Public Domain SW. Motorola. Definition. 2. 9. Secondary. Fibre Optic. How OS manages hardware through interrupts. initial costs. Image Scanners. 5. Word Processing SW. DDR-1. Basic and Infrastructure Definition. CDR. Functions. Server). 6. Refresh rate.
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Adding speaker notes. Slide transitions. strikes.Post 1990. Banking & Capital Markets . Rotating Objects. to do lists. Adding. Inserting image. lockouts.Response of Indian Industrialists 13 Vivek College of Commerce Proposed revised syllabus of BMS Course Workshop of Syllabus Revision for BMS Course Page no. New Delhi 2:2 Industrial Law Objectives : The subject should be taught keeping in mind that the BMS students will be joining the industry. Rajaraman Prentice Hall India 3 Computers and Commonsense Hunt. sound. 11 of 17 Reference Books Sr No Title Author Publisher 1 Business Environment Cherunilam F Himalaya Mumbai 2 Essentials in Business Environment Aswathappa Himalaya Mumbai 3 Business Environment Raj Aggarwal Excel Books. tasks using a PIM such as Outlook.Level of Technology ² Competition ² Social & Cultural Factors 12 II ) Evolution of Business Environment in India :Pre British Period .International Treaties & Impact on Indian Economy Challenges for Indian Economy 12 IV ) Indian Response to the Evolving Business Environment Government Policies since the year 2000 .Investment Opportunities for Indian Industry .Deepak Excel book .J. Introduction to information Technology V. 10. Creating a complete package for presentation at another site.Shelley Prentice Hall of India 4 Fundamentals of Information Technology A and Leon M . Drawing arcs. layoffs. D) Personal Information Manager Creating contacts database appointments.From Independence to Indira Gandhi Era . Sanjay Vikas Publishing 1998 6 Fundamentals of Information Technology Bharioke . Leon Vikas 2002 5 A first Course in Computers Saxena. retrenchment and closure) .Using different views. Lines.Rajiv Gandhi & Chandra Shekhar Period .Liberalisation & Globalisation of Indian Economy 13 III ) International Business Environment & India Change in Political Systems .2000 Syllabus for BMS Semester II 2:1 Business Environment Unit Number Topics Number of Lectures I ) Constituents of Business Environment: Political ideology . Delhi 4 Business Environment Mathew M RBSA. 1947 (Definitions . video.Economic Policy ² Legal System .Global Capital Flows. Reference Books Sr No Title Author Publisher 1 Introduction to Computers Peter Norton Sixth Edition McGraw Hill 2 . Editing and Formatting text. Jaipur 5 Strategic Planning for Corporate Ramaswamy V McMillan.British Period . therefore the emphasis should be on the practical aspect and uses of Industrial Law by the Organisation Unit Number Topics Number of Lectures I ) Laws related to Industrial Relation and Industrial Disputes i) Industrial Disputes Act. authorities award and settlement.
P. 2.Creating simple macros. 1948 (Committees councils and various benefits) ii) Employees· Provident fund and iii)Miscellaneous Provision Act. Structure of an HTML file . 1948 (Objectives . Evolution of HTML 2. Rearranging Pivot Table. Using Goal Seek. Conditional Logic functions IF. Employee·s Provident Fund Chopra D. Pivot Table regions. Publications 4 Industrial Law Mr.Sanjeev Kumar Bharat Law House (P) Ltd. 6 Industrial Participation Bell D Pitman London 7 . A) Multiple spreadsheets 1.Govt. Tags 3.Sanjeev Kumar Bharat Law H P Ltd 2 Commercial and Industrial Law S K Dasgupta Sterling Publishers Pvt Ltd 3 Bare ² Acts ---. 3. 4. Add Headers/Footers to a Workbook.ii) The Trade Unions Act.Mallick Mr. HLOOKUP 3.L. 1926 20 II ) Laws related to Health. health safety and welfare) 10 III ) Social Legislations i) Employees· State insurance Act. Using Scenarios. Creating and using named ranges B) Functions 1. 15 Vivek College of Commerce Proposed revised syllabus of BMS Course Workshop of Syllabus Revision for BMS Course Page no. Concept of Hyper Text.P. licensing. Safety and Welfare i) The factories Act. 3. PMT. Pivot Tables ² Building Pivot Tables. Creating and Using templates 2. COUNTIF.N.S Labor Law Agency 8 Industrial Law Mr. 1948 iii) The Payment of Gratuity Act. PPMT. IPMT. 1972 20 Reference Books : Sr No Title Author Publisher 1 Industrial and Labour Laws Dr. Using Solver 4.Kapoor Sultan Chand 5 Industrial and Labour Laws Dr.3 : Computer Applications in Business Unit Number Topics No.D. authorized deductions) i) The Minimum wages Act. administration and determination of dues) 10 IV ) Laws related to Compensation Management The Payment of Wages Act. 12 of 17 5. Creating and Linking Multiple Spreadsheets. SUMIF C) Data Analysis 1.Mallick 2. Definitions. IRR 2. PV. creating and managing a scenario. 1948 (Provisions related to approval. (II) Web Designing Using HTML 1. of Lectures I) Advanced Spreadsheets. Create Formulas that use references to cells in different worksheets. 5. RATE.L. NPER. 1948 (schemes. Database Functions VLOOKUP. inspecting staff. Financial functions: FV. registration. NPV.
TCP/IP. <p>.4. E-commerce infrastructure. URL. SSL. Style Sheets 7. <title>. Confidentiality. <h1> to <h6>.Meaning Basic concepts. Types of E-commerce (B2C. privacy. Adding graphics with and without text. digital checking. Availability. Etailer. Development of web Browsers Hypertext 4.5.HTIP. FINGER. How an Online credit card transaction works SET protocol 12. Creating Lists and Tables 8. 13 of 17 Carol Traver 4 E-Commerce Awad Prentice Hall India 5 HTML. Major B2c models (Portal. Back Book Steven Holzner Dream Tech Press 6 Managing with Information Jerome Kanter Prentice Hall India 7 MS Office 97 Advanced Technologies Shelly Cashman Series ---8 ERP ² A Managerial Perspective S ² Sadagopan Tata Mcgraw Hill 2. Community provider. WS FTP 15 III E-Commerce 1. 9. Digital signatures. Pearson Education Vivek College of Commerce Proposed revised syllabus of BMS Course Workshop of Syllabus Revision for BMS Course Page no. between Ecommerce and E-business 2. Market Creator.Creating links ² internal and External. Seles Revenue. Definition Diff. Graphics and Beyond Jennifer Niederst O Reilly Press 3 E-Commerce Kenneth C Laudon. 13. Features of E-commerce (Advertising) 5.ERP What is ERP? What are its advantages? 5 Reference Books : Sr No Title Author Publisher 1 Excel-Missing Manual Mathew McDonald O Reilly Press 2 Learning Web Design ² A Beginners Guide to HTML . Transaction Fee. P2P) 6. TELNET. <body>. 11. <b> 5. Content Provider Transaction Broker. 8. Affiliate Revenue) 7. B2B. Digital credit accounts.POPMAP. Dream Weaver Create HTML files. Understanding How softwares like Front Page. 12. 4.Creating Forms. DES (Data Encryption Standard. Limitation of E-commerce 15 IV MIS 1. Uploading HTML Pages using SW like Cute FTP. SMTP. Authenticity. TRACERT 3. IP addresses Domain Names. 9. Non Repudiation. Online stored value digital accumulating balance payment. 3. SSL. Basic Tags .4 : Managerial Economics ± I Unit Number Topics No. Business Models in E-Commerce (Revenue.BPS Introduction and Understanding the concept. C2C. PKI (Public Key infrastructure) Signatures. Symmetric Key Encryption. Encryption : Definition. Payment Systems: Digital Cash. E-commerce Security : Integrity. 10. Creating Frames 11. Service provider. alignment.Introduction to MIS 2. mail links 10. Formatting text ² Logical and Physical tags 6. of Lectures .<head>. Advertising Subscription. Packet switching..
D.introduction to risk. Mark Hirschey pp 179-206 . Problems. factors affecting demand-Variation and increase/decrease in demand-Elasticity of demandGraphical representation of price elasticity of demand Price. Chand & Co. types of markets Perfect competition & Monopoly Features-Representative firm.I Introduction Meaning and Scope of managerial economics. I mportance of cost in managerial decision-making ² Economic concepts of ivcost ² Functional form of short run and long run cost ² Estimation and alternative methods of estimation of cost . and industry-Equilibrium in short and long run-Price and output determination using diagrams-Normal profits.relationship to economic theoryrelationship with decision theory. K Y Young Prentice Hall Publication 7 Managerial Economics: Analysis.objectives and constraints of the firm. Longman. S. et al. Delhi 11 The New Managerial Economics William Boyce Biztantra (Suggested Readings: Samuelson pp 46-61. asymmetric information and game theory 15 II Demand Analysis Meaning of demand-Market demand function -Demand curve. need for analyzing market structure. New Delhi.Types of production function ² Importance of production function in managerial decision-making ² Application of production function in productive sectors (service and manufacturing) ²Economies of scale and scope. Truett John Wiley & Sons 8 The Economy Today Bradley R Schiller McGraw-Hill 9 Principles of Economics Robert H Frank and Ben S Bernanke (2007) Tata McGraw-Hill. 15 IV Market Structures Meaning of market structure. New Delhi 6 Managerial Economics Paul G Keat.income and cross elasticity of demandEstimation of demand-Numerical problems for measurement of elasticity 15 III Production and Costs Meaning of production. Cases Lila J. R.role of managerial economics. London 4 A study of Managerial Economics Gopalakrishna Himalaya Mumbai 5 Managerial Economics Cauvery. Truett and Dale B. 10 Managerial Economics Ahuja HL (2007): S. Chand. losses and supernormal profits in short run-Long run and normal profit-Merits and limitations of perfect markets Oligopoly and Monopolistic Competition Oligopoly-definition and characteristics-Collusion and cartel-Non-price competitionPrice stickiness and kinked demand M onopolistic competition-definition and characteristics-Equilibrium-Price and output determination 15 Reference Books : Sr No Title Author Publisher 1 Managerial Economics Dean Joel Eastern Edition 2 Managerial Economics Almanand Excel Books..LAC as a decision making tool ² Impact of learning curve. New Delhi 3 Managerial Economics Hague.
level of significance( concepts only) Large sample test Tests based on Normal distribution (Tests for mean and difference in two means. Construction of index number-fixed and chain base. different types of events. Standard deviation. Addition and Multiplication Laws of probability (Statements and use only) conditional probability . Quartile deviation. Probability distributionsBinomial and Normal. 15 II Forecasting Techniques Correlation and Regression: Karl Pearson·s coefficient of correlation (Properties and calculation). mode. Simple and composite index number. Variance and Relative measures ² coefficient of range. Aggregative and average of price relatives ² simple and weighted index numbers. Estimation of linear trend by (i) least squares method (ii) moving average method. Central Limit Theorem (Statement only) Hypothesis: Simple and composite. 14 of 17 2:5 Business Statistics : Unit No. median. Laspayre·s Paasche·s Kelly·s and Fisher·s index numbers. Definition of probability. Splicing. Shifting of Base Year. Ogives. Deflating. Determination of seasonal trend using simple average method. coefficient of variation. Data collection methods ² Census and Sample Survey: Presentation of data: Tabular (Frequency distribution) and Graphical (Frequency Curve. 15 IV Testing of Hypotheses: Sampling distribution : Sample mean and sample proportion. of lectures I Descriptive Statistics For Univariate Data Introduction to Statistics: Types of data. null and alternative. Index Numbers: Meaning and uses. Interval estimation. Time Series: Components. coefficient of quartile deviation. Measures of Dispersion: Absolute measures ² Range.. Bayes· Theorem ( concept only) Random Variable. Expectation and Variance.Vivek College of Commerce Proposed revised syllabus of BMS Course Workshop of Syllabus Revision for BMS Course Page no. Determination of sample size. 15 III Probability and Probability Distribution: Probability: Sample space as a concept. Linear regression equation ² Statement and use. Two types of errors. Construction of (i) consumer price index (ii) Cost of living index numbers. t-test (concept only) 15 Reference Books Sr Title Author Publisher . Additive and multiplicative models. geometric mean-their properties and applications. Spearman·s Rank Correlation coefficient. Topics No. Histogram) Measures of Central Tendency: Arithmetic mean. Conversion from fixed Base to Chain Base index numbers and vice-a-versa. proportion and difference in two proportions).
Singh & J. Chandan Vikas Publishing House 11 Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences Mizrahi and Sullivan John Wiley and Sons 12 Mathematics for Business Studies J.P. Gupta Himalaya Publishing House. Gupta and Archana Gupta Sultan Chand and Sons. Topics No. Delhi 5 Introduction to Probability theory and its Application Feller W. Advantages of cost accounting . of Lectures I Introduction & Importance of Cost Accounting: Cost. McGraw Hill Publishing Co. 8 Theory and Problems of Statistics M.C.Elements of Cost: material-labour. K.Bases of Cost Classification : On the basis of :Behavior / Variability : Element of cost including direct & indirect concept Functions C. New Delhi 10 Business Statistics J.overheads B . Cost accounting .K. Rubin Prentice Hall of India. Dennis J Sweney Thompson Publication (Scuta Eastern) 3 Fundamentals of Statistics S. Spiegel. New Delhi 2 Statistics for Business & Economics David R Anderson.Cost classification .Vivek College of Commerce Proposed revised syllabus of BMS Course Workshop of Syllabus Revision for BMS Course Page no. Thukral Mayur Publications 13 Business Mathematics S. Objectives of cost accounting 15 II A . 15 of 17 No 1 Statistics for Management Richard Levin and David S. Cost ascertainment . 14 Theory & Problems of Business Statistics Schaum·s Outline Series McGraw Hill Book Company 2:6 Introduction to Cost Accounting Unit no. costing.R. Determination of Total Cost Cost structure Cost sheets Composition of selling price 15 . 4 Business Statistics Bhardwaj Excel Books. Reporting : Distinction between cost & financial accountancy . S.Cost control. Wiley 6 Data Analysis for Managers Roberts H Scientific Press 7 Statistics For Management Sharma Himalaya Publishing House. 9 Elementary Statistics S.K. Singh Brijwasi Book distributors and publishers.
Narang K.Types of Resources.Cost volume profit analysis 15 Reference Books : Sr No Title Author Publisher 1 Management Accounting I. Rayudu Tata Mc. causes : Degradation of Urban Land.Break even point Margin of safety . Plastic and Man-made fibres... Atmosphere .: Problems of non-degradable WasteElectronic Devices.Need for reconciliation . Ltd. (P) Ltd.P.M Pandey Vikas Publishing 2 Cost Accounting C..Elementary Principles of Marginal Costing: Meaning . New Delhi 6 Cost Accounting Jain S.N.Hydrosphere .III Reconciliation between Cost and Financial Records Meaning and Definition . Optimum Conversion of Resources into wealth : Anthropogenic Waste. 16 of 17 Ltd.Features of marginal costing . Kalyani. New Delhi. Environmental . Distinction between wealth and resources . Chand & Co. Clothing. Nitrogen and Hydrological Cycle. (P) Vivek College of Commerce Proposed revised syllabus of BMS Course Workshop of Syllabus Revision for BMS Course Page no.S. Exploitation of Resources .Meaning .: Concept of Ecology and Ecosystem.L. 15 II Resources and Wealth -. Biogeochemical cycles ²Carbon .Biosphere. 7 Cost Accounting and Financial Management Ravi M. New Delhi 4 Cost Accounting-A Managerial Emphasis Horngren.Concept of profit B. Techniques of Marginal Costing Contribution . Man and Nature relation and interaction with respect to Food. Topics No.Profit / volume ratio .Causes of disagreement Procedure and preparation of statement of reconciliation 15 IV Elementary Principles and Techniques of Marginal Costing (Excluding Problems on Managerial Decisions) A. Kishore Taxman·s. Aurora S.its effects.N.Meaning . 15 III Environmental Degradation . Mumbai 3 Cost Accounting Theory & Practice M. Forest and Agricultural Land due to natural causes and human interference: Global Warming. Shelter and Occupation. Charles.. Use of Technology and its Impact on Natural Environment: Wealth³meaning . of Lectures I Environment: Definition and Composition ± Lithosphere . Grow Hill & Co.. Chand & Co. 8 Principles of Cost Accounting Vanderbeck Thomson learning 2:7 Environmental Management Unit no. S. Foster and Datar Prentice Hall of India 5 Advanced Problems and Solutions in Cost Accounting Maheshwari S. Man-made Industrial waste.Advantages of marginal costing Limitations of marginal costing .
Mumbai .20 marks. 20 Marks B) SEMESTER END EXAMINATION ± 60 MARKS a) Duration ² This examination shall be of 2 Hrs. 17 of 17 B) Best of the two assignments with class presentations to be assessed by the teacher concerned. The need for sustainable development. development and environmental linkages.7.Jadhav Vipul Prakashan . For non-practical subjects: Two best of three periodical class tests held in the given semester . Cyclones and Earthquakes in India 15 Reference Books : Sr No Title Author Publisher 1 Centre for Science and Environment The State of India·s Environment Society 1984-85 Reprint _____ C. 15 IV Environmental Management: meaning. Class Division Marks Grade I Class I-I 65 or Above O I-II 60 ² less than 65 A II Class II-I 55 ² less than 60 B II-II 50 ² less than 55 C Fail --.S. For Practical subjects: viz: 1.20 marks ii. Vivek College of Commerce Proposed revised syllabus of BMS Course Workshop of Syllabus Revision for BMS Course Page no. 5 The Hindu Survey of Environment The Hindu Chennai 6 Environmental Economics.Assessment. Uberoi Excel Books.Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) .need and Planning with reference to Flood. Karpagam M Sterling. Storms. Environmental Auditing . out of which 5 Marks are for Journal. Carbon Bank.Environmental Legislation in India. Tsunami.emerging environment management strategies .3 Semester End Practical Examination. Case study/problem/ Application 15 marks Section II (30 marks -Any 3 Qs out of 4 Qs ) 4 questions carrying 10marks each should cover all the 4 units Marking and Grading Scheme The Ordinances for examinations are same as the existing ordinances except for the introduction of the Grading scheme.V.Environmental Protection Movements and NGOs in India. Environmental concerns in India . duration.Less than 50 D .E. K.based on entire syllabus 15 marks Q2.40 Marks The allocation of 40 marks shall be as follows: A) i. b) Question paper pattern ² Section I ( Compulsory -30 marks) Q1. Disaster Management-meaning . Delhi 4 Environmental Management H. Actions for environmental protection: national and international initiatives . Concept Testing . Indian initiatives . New Delhi 2 Environmental Priorities in India Khoshoo Environmental Society New Delhi 3 Environment Management N. New Delhi Assessment Pattern A) Internal Assessment . 2.
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