Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai SCHEME OF TEACHING & EXAMINATION M.B.

A IV SEMESTER
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Board of Study Sub. Code SUBJECT
PERIODS PER WEEK L T P SCHEME OF EXAM

Theory / Practical
ESE CT TA

TOTAL MARKS

Credit L + (T+P)/2

1. 2. 3 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Management Management Management

536411 536412 536413

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Strategic Management Entrepreneurship Development Econometrics & Decision Models Discipline ElectiveVI Discipline ElectiveVII Discipline ElectiveVIII Discipline ElectiveIX Seminar-II Report and Viva Voce Major Project & Comprehensive Viva Voce Library Total

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 -

1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1

3 5 2

80 80 80 80 80 80 80 60 140

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 -

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 40 60

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 200

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 3

Management Management

536421 536422

21

9

10

760

70

170

1000

33

L – Lecture, T – Tutorial, P – Practical, ESE- End Semester Exam, CT- Class Test, TA – Teacher’s Assessment

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The University will declare the list of discipline(s) along with elective(s) to be taught for the particular session based on the industry centric and current & future prospects. However, Minimum Strength of students (preferably twenty) is required to opt two disciplines before the commencement of academic session subject to approval of University and infrastructure/ facilities available in the Institution. Choice of electives course and subject once made for an examination cannot be changed for future examinations.

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IV Lists of Discipline Electives (VI to IX) Discipline Electives – MBA. Mergers and Acquisition and Corporate Control Project and Infrastructure Finance International Financial Management Emerging Issues in Financial World HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 1 2 3 4 Management Management Management Management 536451 536452 536453 536454 Management and Legal Framework of Industrial Relations Manpower Development for Technological Change Cross Cultural and Global Management Emerging Issues in HRM SYSTEM MANAGEMENT 1 2 3 4 5 6 Management Management Management Management Management Management 536461 536462 536663 536464 536465 536366 Business Process Re-engineering & ERP Data Ware Housing and Data Mining Web technologies Operating Systems Application Development Using Oracle/Java Current Emerging Issues In Information Technology 2 .Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Bhilai TABLE.SEMESTER-IV S.No.SEMESTER .IV MBA. Board of Studies Management Management Management Management Management Management Code Name of Discipline with subject MARKETING MANAGEMENT 1 2 3 4 5 6 536431 536432 536433 536434 536435 536436 Product and Brand Management Sales and Distribution Management Retail and Rural Marketing Rural and Agro Marketing International Business & Marketing Emerging Issues In Marketing FINANCE 1 2 3 4 5 6 Management Management Management Management Management Management 536441 536442 536443 536444 536445 536446 Advance Corporate Financial Management Management of Financial Institution & Services Valuation.

Evaluation and Management Wor1d Class Manufacturing Design Management Value Engineering Emerging Issues in Production and Operation Management TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT 1 2 3 4 Management Management Management Management 536481 536482 536483 536484 Technology Finance Technology Transfer and Absorption Technology Forecasting and Assessment Technology and Global System PUBLIC SYSTEM MANAGEMENT 1 2 3 4 5 6 Management Management Management Management Management Management 536491 536492 536493 536494 536495 536496 Manpower Policy and Planning for Public Systems Disaster Management Management of Non-profit Organization Management of Telecommunication Systems Event Management Leadership and Sustainable Development 3 .Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Bhilai PRODUCTION AND OPERATION MANAGEMENT 1 2 3 4 5 Management Management Management Management Management 536471 536472 536473 536474 536475 Project Planning.

Stability. Strategic management. Projects and Procedural issues. components of environment (Economic. and strategic management (Business policy). Corporate restructuring.Case study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT-V Strategic control and operational Control. Retrenchment and Combination strategies. Pankaj Ghemawat: Strategy & The Business Landscape. The list of cases and specific references including recent articles will be announced and discussed in the class. scope. Pearson Education 3. historical analysis. Tata McGraw Hill 4. Corporate Restructuring. Values. Business definition. political and technological). Goals and Objectives. Organistional systems andTechniques of strategic evaluation. Industry level analysis. Mission. Industry standards and benchmarking. Case study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT-II Defining strategic intent: Vision. Environmental Appraisal—Concept of environment. Organistion structure and systems in strategy implementation. Conditions. David. PHI 4 .”Strategic Management”. Balanced scorecard and key factor rating). organizational capabilities in various functional areas and Strategic Advantage Profile. Differentiation and Focus strategies. Strategic Analysis and choice—Corporate level analysis (BCG. Ethics and Social responsibility. Mergers & Acquisitions.ETOP. QUEST and SWOT (TOWS). Cases In Strategic management . Qualitative factors in strategic choice. GE Ninecell. Text Books: 1.R. Location and timing tactics. Strategic decision-making. Process of strategic management and levels at which strategy operates. Johnson & Scholes : Exploring Corporate Strategy 4th Prentice Hall India Reference Books: 1. Integration of functional plans. F. Pearson Education 2. Building and use of Core Competence. Porters’s five forces model.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Business level strategies—Porter’s framework of competitive strategies. nature. Hofer’s product market evolution and Shell Directional policy Matrix). Concept. Srinivasan. Bhilai Semester: MBA SEM-IV Branch: Management COMPULSORY Subject Code: 536411 Subject Name: Strategic management Total Theory periods:40 Total Tutorial periods: 10 Total Marks in End Semester Exam : 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 02 UNIT-I Definition. legal. social. Expansion. Rangarajan. Operational and derived functional plans to implement strategy. Financial and non financial analysis. Identification of Critical Success Factors (CSF). Role of strategists. Budhiraja S D. Wheelen and K. Kazmi Business Policy & Strategic Management 2nd Tata McGraw Hill 3. Leadership and corporate culture. Concept of Synergy. Pearson Education Asia 2.”Concepts in Strategic Management and Business Policy”. Internal Appraisal – The internal environment. Methods and techniques used for organisational appraisal (Value chain analysis.Case study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT-III Corporate level strategies-. Environmental scanning techniques. and importance of strategy. Case study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT-IV Strategy implementation: Resource allocation. Athreya M B . Case study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] • • The examination paper will include questions from each unit and case analysis is compulsory. Importance. risks and benefits of Cost leadership. T.

C. Promotion of Export oriented units. Marc Dollinger. Research and External Problems. Human Resource. in Promoting Entrepreneurship. D. Identifying Problems Opportunities.. Schemes offered by various commercial banks and financial institutions. S. Entrepreneur v/s Intrapreneurs. 3. “Knowledge Management: Classic and Contemporary Works”. Location & ownership. Bukowitz. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT-II Entrepreneurial characteristics – Attributes and Characteristics of successful Entrepreneur. and Ruth Williams. Poornima M. Entrepreneurial Culture. “Entrepreneurship Development and Small Business Enterprise”. Introduction to various incentives. and Bhavani Thuraisingham (eds. Case Study. Jayashree. Universities Press. Case Study Product. New York. Finance. 1999. 3.Building entrepreneurial organization. beginning and growth as a entrepreneur.Entrepreneurship Development. Entrepreneurial team – matching human resources needs and skills.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Business promotion – process – stages – facilities and incentives. Business Planning Process.). Prentice-Hall. Entrepreneur v/s Entrepreneurship. Marketing. Production. Anil Kumar. Objectives and How to choose a project b) Technical. Defining Business IdeaStages in starting the new venture. Charantimath. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT-III Identifying business opportunities and planning for business service & production. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] • • The examination paper will include questions from each unit and case analysis is compulsory. Hyderabad. The list of cases and specific references including recent articles will be announced and discussed in the class. Fiscal and Tax concessions Role of Govt other Instituttions in the Entrepreneurship Development – District Industries (DIC) and its functioning. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT-V Role of Central Govt. Entrepreneurial leaders – Managers – Entrepreneur v/s Manager: Role of Entrepreneur in Indian economy and developing economies with reference to Self-employment Development. Wendi R. Lessons from Successful Entrepreneurs.Marketing. Pearson Education. Text Books: 1. attitudes – motivation – ethical issues. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] Problems of Entrepreneurs. New Age International Publishers.. S. Essentials of entrepreneurship and small business management”. Venture Capital Funding. Conceptual models of entrepreneurship. Abraham. Personnel Feasibility c) Estimating and Financing Funds requirement. and State Govt. Mark Maybury. 2.. Small business and corporate entrepreneurship –culture and competence. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT IV Project Management a) Meaning. Morey. Significance and determinants of Working Capital. Bhilai Semester: MBA SEM-IV Branch: Management COMPULSORY Subject Code: 536412 Subject Name: Entrepreneurship Development Total Theory periods: 40 Total Tutorial periods: 10 Total Marks in End Semester Exam : 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 02 UNIT-I The Entrepreneurial Development Perspective: Concept of Entrepreneurship and Development. Poornima. “The Knowledge Management Fieldbook”. Pearson Education 2. 5 . “Entrepreneurship”. subsidies and grants. Environmental Analysis – Search and Scanning. Zimmerer and Searbourough. Pearson Education Reference Books : 1. Financial. Creating Entrepreneurial Venture.

Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] Unit – III Game Theory – Introduction and concept of Games. Application. the Maximum likelihood criteria. Text Books: 1.C.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Himalaya Publications 3. Applications. Endogenous and exogenous variables. Problems on decision trees. Concepts and Features. two person zero sum game. Pearson Education 2. Panneerselvam.D. 6 . Solutions of Games. Bhilai Semester: MBA SEM-IV Subject Code: 536413 Branch: Management Compulsory Subject Name: Econometrics & Decision Models Total Theory periods:40 Total Tutorial periods:10 Total Marks in End Semester Exam : 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 02 Unit – I Introduction of Econometrics. National Income Accounting Matrix. Kothari.M. C. Construction of an Input-Output Table. Markov Chain Analysis – Markov Processes. steady state conditions. Tata Mcgraw Hill Publications. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] Unit – II Simultaneous Equation Model :. “Operation Research”. decision criteria.Operation Research & Quantitative Techniques. The list of cases and specific references including recent articles will be announced and discussed in the class. Input-Output Analysis – Introduction. Methodology of Econometrics. “S. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] Unit – V Decision analysis: concept. Taha. Dominance property.R. Limitations of Input-Output Analysis. Operation Research by A. Vikas Publications.“Quantitative Techniques”. Operation Research by R. Decision Tree: Introduction.. Simultaneous Equation methods and application. identification problem. Prentice Hall of India 3. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] • • The examination paper will include questions from each unit and case analysis is compulsory. Vora . application. Objectives and Characteristics. Reference Books: 1. Srivastava Foundations of Social Research and Econometric Techniques”. Advantages of Decision tree approach. N. econometric theory of regression analysis. Assumptions. Importance and Applications. Natrajan. Fold back or roll back process. Algebraic and linear programming methods. Identification concept: Meaning. Markov analysis algorithms and application. Limitations of Decision tree approach. State transition matrix. application. Methodologyof Econometrics. Pure and mixed strategies. Maximin and minimax Principles. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] Unit – IV Regression Analysis : Fundamentals. Pearson Education 2. New Delhi. Bayesian decision rule. Procedure in decision tree analysis.Nature.

public relation. New Age International Publishers. development programmes. market research (also with reference to seeds. Asset management and budgeting. Barry Berman and Joel R Evans. Rural Marketing. Retail Institutions: types and its characteristics. understanding retail consumer behaviour. artisan products. operational dimensions. Importance of supply chain management in retail Business. Singh. literacy level. 2. land distribution & use. A.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University.P. regulated markets. 4. TMH 3. distribution Channels. 7 . Gopalaswamy.S.) Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT-V Marketing of agricultural produce and inputs. developing retail price strategy. cooperative marketing & processing societies. Retail Brand and its significance. Factors influencing rural marketing: Socio-cultural factors.K. Lamba A. Pandey. emerging trends in retailing. Product marketing & service marketing in rural India: product planning. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT-IV Rural Marketing: nature. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT-II Managing retail business: developing retail business. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT-III Retail promotion mix and its strategy: advertising. retail chains.G.Rural Market Index: Thompson index. T. Text Books: 1. Rural Industry: Marketing of rural industry. population. Merchandise management and price: merchandising philosophy. personal selling. new techniques. Consumer education & consumer movement in rural India. “Rural Marketing Management” Vikas Publishing House 3. ‘Retail Management A strategic approach’. Reference Books: 1. S. Role of government & NGOs in Rural marketing. Organizations and functions of agricultural Marketing in India. Vikas Publishing House. Rural Marketing. its facilities. Pearson Education. sales promotion of retail. scope & importance in India. location planning and selection. planning. human resources and operation management process. agricultural output & other services. local requirements. Problems in Rural marketing. cottage industry. Bhilai Semester: MBA SEM-IV Elective: Discipline – Marketing Management Subject Code: 536433 Subject Name: Retail and Rural Marketing Total Theory periods:40 Total Tutorial periods: 10 Total Marks in End Semester Exam : 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 02 Branch: Management UNIT-I Retail Management: . Sukhpal Singh. Market strategies & tactics with reference to rural markets. the retailing concept and its framework.overview. Krishnamacharyulu. software for merchandise. communication media. credit availability. Size & Structure of rural markets. definition. building and sustaining relationship in retailing. farm equipments. occupation. ’Retail marketing’. Financial merchandise management. The list of cases and specific references including recent articles will be announced and discussed in the class. communication media & message. Pearson Education. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] • • The examination paper will include questions from each unit and case analysis is compulsory. C. “Cases in Rural Marketing”. infrastructure. plans. and its implementation. fertilizers. Krishnamacharyulu & Ramakrishnan “Rural Marketing – Text & Cases” Pearson Education 2. logistics and inventory management.

“International Business”. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT-II Problems and Prospects of Indian Businesses in abroad. International.Dumping Duties. Instruments of trade policy. Export procedure & documentation. Strategy and structure of International Business. rd 2. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT-V Export finance. Anti . Export Houses. V. Regional economic Integration –its implications. Alan M. Prentice Hall of India. Letter of Credit. Global Markets. Pearson Education 3. Organizational Structures in Foreign Market. GATT. Pricing Decisions. International Business. Global Marketing Management. Case Study. salient features of the current EXIM policy. features and Functions. Environment. Factors Affecting International Trade.K.World Bank. Sharan.Marketing Subject Code: 536435 Subject Name: International Business & Marketing Total Theory periods:40 Total Tutorial periods: 10 Total Marks in End Semester Exam : 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 02 UNIT-I Basics of International trade. Regulatory framework of International Trade. Case Study. ECGC. Methods of Payment. International Business. 4. Theories of International Trade. Currency convertibility. and Shivramu International Business Environment. WTO: Origin. Distribution Channel Decisions and Promoting Products for Exports including Fairs and Exhibitions. functions and Role of EXIM Bank. Domestic. structure. Brief study of International Economic Institutions . IMF etc. D. Bhilai Semester: MBA SEM-IV Branch: Management Elective: Discipline . Englewood Cliffs. UNCTAD. Pearson Education. Srinivasan. Bhalla. Trade. New Delhi. V. Managing International Marketing Communication and its Sales Force. Warren. Agreement. Mc Hill. Global Monetary System: foreign exchange market. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT-III Nature. WTO regime and allies. Justin Paul. The list of cases and specific references including recent articles will be announced and discussed in the class.K. Text Books: 1. Institutional set-up for export promotion in India. New York Wesley 5.TMH. Role of Multinationals in the development of country. NRI Investments. PHI 8 . Keegan. Case Study. Balance of Payment. quotas. Pearson Education 2. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] • • The examination paper will include questions from each unit and case analysis is compulsory. R. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT-IV International Marketing: Intelligence and Marketing Research. Eiteman. Deficit. International Marketing. tariffs. International Product Life Cycle. Analysis of International Mkt.3 ’edn. Anmol. Multinational. Planning for Overseas MarketProduct Strategy.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Competing in the Global market Place . 3. Scope and Significance of International Marketing. Rugman. Multinational business Finance . “International Business”. Foreign Investments in India: Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Foreign Institutional Investment (FII). Reference Books: 1. Foreign Trade Concepts. Implications of enforcement of WTO on Indian Business. & Stopnehill.

corporate restructuring. general principles of insurance. import ratios used in balance sheet. public liability. Bhilai Semester: MBA SEM-IV Branch: Management Elective : Discipline . liquidity. Banking risks. regulatory framework in financial services. regulation of money and credit. management of risk in financial services.. operational. mobile banking. Introduction to Allied financial services-credit cards. term insurance endowment. SLR. Marine. asset reconstruction company. interest rate. market. Reserve bank of India (RBI)-role. pensions.principles.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT III Banking industry. group insurance. The list of cases and specific references including recent articles will be announced and discussed in the class. developments since 1991. insurance terminology. forfeiting. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT II Insurance. Motor vehicles.Finance Subject Code: 536442 Subject Name: Management of Financial Institutions & Services Total Theory periods: 40 Total Tutorial periods: 10 Total Marks in End Semester Exam : 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 02 UNIT I Overview of Indian financial systems and markets-constituents and functioning. commercial. ALM by banks: classification of assets. venture capital. return on equity model. mergers. Recent development-universal banking. insurance application and acceptance procedure. risk mamangement process. E-Banking. relationship between B/S and income statement. Analyzing bank performance-Commercial banks balace sheet and income statement. burglary insurance. mediclaim and health policies. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] • • The examination paper will include questions from each unit and case analysis is compulsory.credit. factoring. CRR. Case Study General insurance. nature and types. bills discounting. project finance. housing finance and credit rating. scope and uses. debt securitisation. acquisitions and takeover. GAP analysis. nature. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT IV Introduction to Asset financing services-leasing.concept and significance. recent trends. hire purchase. 9 . Overview of financial services-Introduction. CAR. third party insurance. rural and cooperative banks-role and significance. CAMELS rating. classification of insurance-life and non life. functioning. annuities. Life insurance-principles. products-Fire. solvency. analysis of balance sheet of Life Insurance Company.Risk and Insurance-Defining risk. monetary and fiscal policies. analysis of balance sheet of General Insurance Copmpany.Banking structure in India. various financial intermediaries. Case Study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT V Management of risk:. risk and its relation with insurance. capital adequacy norms for banks. products. Introduction to Merchant banking services-Issue management.

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University.Shrivastava. Mishra. R. M. The Business of Banking. 10 . Fabozzi. Education 2.“Management of Indian financial institutions”. Shekhar.M. Banking Theory and Practice. Vikas Publishing House 3. response books. M Y khan. ”Financial Policies in Emerging Markets”. “Foundations of financial markets and institutions.Pearson Education.C. Shekhar & L. Bhilai Text Books: 1. New Age International 4. 2. Himalaya publications. “Insurance principles and practices. Blejer. S. K.I. N. Pond. Vasant Joshi and Vinay Joshi. G. 3. Reference Books: 1. 4. Pearson. Lipscombe & K. M. “ Managing Indian Banks”. Chand and co. Tata McGraw Hill. “Financial services.

types of transactions. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT IV Nature and management of exposure and risk:introduction. assessing operating exposure-scenario approach. components. classification of foreign exchange exposure and risk. international monetary fund(IMF). Case Study.fianance function in global context. The list of cases and specific references including recent articles will be announced and discussed in the class. Text Books: 1. interest rate futures and interest rate options. P G Apte. Reference Books: 1. international financing decision.outright forward quotations. netting and matching. valuation and timing. “Multinational business finance”.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Case Study. risk management process. International monetary system-introduction. P G Apte. (Currency options.purchasing power parity theory. mechanics of interbank trading. Anmol publications. International capital budgeting concept. Case Study. Interest rate parity-coverd and uncoverd interest parity. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] • • The examination paper will include questions from each unit and case analysis is compulsory. short date and broken date forward contracts. elementary option strategies. accounting principles. lagging. Case Study. futures trading process. Forcasting foreign exchange rate. deficits and surplus in balance of payments. Forward quotaions. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT V Short term and long term fianacial management in global markets-short term borrowing and investment. 3. “International financial management”. price quotations. evolution of EURO markets. Measurement of exposure and risk-price and quantity effects of exchange rate changes. international fischer effect. major features. international liquidity and special drawing rights. spot rate quotaions. Case Study. management of surplus cash. using option for hedging. “Multinational financial management. Managing transaction exposure. arbitrage in spot market-two point and three point arbitrage. Allan C Shapiro. Pearson education. Introduction to currency and interest rate swaps. option terminology. coping with operating exposure. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT III Currency futures contract. cash transmission. option terminology. introduction to international inventory management and international receivables management. Bhilai Semester: MBA SEM-IV Branch: Management Elective : Discipline . exchange rate regimes. economic and monetary union(EMU). future price quotations. V Sharan. “ International financial management” TMH. discounts and premium in forward market.introduction.introduction. Balance of payments-meanings. “International finance-A business perspective”. Pearson Education 2. speculation with currency futures-open position trading. 4. “Multinational finance.Finance Subject Code: 536445 Subject Name : International Financial Management Total Theory periods: Total Tutorial periods: Total Marks in End Semester Exam : 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 02 UNIT I International fianancial environment-why study international finance. “International financial management”. Pearson 11 . TMH. valuation of options.internal hedging strategies-leading. Exchange rate determination. Buckley. 3. economic impact of off shore and EURO markets. V K Bhalla. 2. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2] UNIT II The foreign exchange market-structure. centralized versus decentralized cash management. and settlement dates. nature of exposure and risk. spread trading. hedging an exposure with futures. David Eiteman. Global financial markets-domestic and off shore markets. John Wiley. option forward.

Types. child Labour abolition Act. types of trade union. forms. measures to strengthen trade union. Case study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] Unit III Integration of Interest-Individual and organization problem in Integration. Interpretations of Labour laws. Integration Process. Reasons for limited success and suggestions for improvement. Emergence and objectives of Labour laws and socio –economic environment. types and Remedial methods. Bhilai Semester: MBA SEM-IV Elective : Discipline – Human Resource Management Subject Code: 536451 Subject Name: Management and Legal Framework of Industrial Relations Total Theory periods:40 Total Tutorial periods: 10 Total Marks in End Semester Exam : 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 02 Branch: Management Unit I Industrial Relations:-Meaning and Objectives. Importance and approaches to Industrial Relations. nature. Process.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Industrial dispute-Definition. their Working. Causes. actors. trade union movement in India. Case study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] Unit V Industrial Relations –Scope. Need and procedure. problems and functions of trade union. Employee state insurance act. Case study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] Unit II Workers participation in Management: Meaning. Process and Prerequisites. 12 . theories of trade union. structure and Problems. Essential Conditions. Case study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] Unit IV Law relating to Employee benefit. Quality of Work life and Quality Circles: meaning of quality of work life. prevention of industrial dispute. Settlement of industrial dispute. Causes. The list of cases and specific references including recent articles will be announced and discussed in the class. Case study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] The examination paper will include questions from each unit and case analysis is compulsory. Standing order act. Industrial dispute act and its role in prevention of dispute. Functions. Trade union act. Quality circles-Objectives. and Implications for management. concept of employee empowerment. WPM in India. Collective Bargaining: Meaning. central Trade union in India.Factories act. Maternity Benefit act. Ethical Approaches to Industrial Relations. Payment of Gratuity Act. Grievance and Grievance Handling. objectives. conflict: meaning. Disciplinary proceduresMeaning. Developing sound I industrial Relations. Industrial Relation act. Procedure Emergence and objectives of Labour laws and socio –economic envioronment. Trade union-meaning.

1993.S.C. Kalyani Publishers. 3.N. 5. “Industrial Relations and Personnel Management”. N. New Delhi. Tirok. New Delhi. Adjudication and Industrial Justice.M Tripathi. Mumbai. 5. and Labor Legislation”. Theory of Industrial Organization. I and II. Trade Unions. “Industrial Law”. C. 3. Vikas Publishing House. “Personnel & Human Resource Management”.O P. Sinha & Indu Bala Sinha.”Industrial Relations. Vol. R. Bhilai Text Books: 1. Pylee and George Simon. Garg. Bombay. C. Malhotra. “Dynamic of Industrial Relations in India” Himalaya Publishing House 13 . P Subba Rao. “Industrial Relations and Labour Laws”. Arun Monappa. Labour Judiciary.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University.Memoria. P. Reference Books: 1. Himalaya. S. Himalaya Publishing house 4. 1985. 2.C. Ludhiana. Oxford. “Essentials of Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations: Text. M. PHI 6. P. Cases and Games”. The Law of Industrial Disputes. Tata McGraw Hill.B. New Delhi. 4. Pearson Education 2. Chawla and K.Y. “Industrial Relations”. Vikas Publishing House. Shrivastava. Rao. Debi S. Saini.R. 1995.

Case study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] The examination paper will include questions from each unit and case analysis is compulsory.. HRD Instuments. 9. Information Systems management in Practice. 3. New Delhi Bhattacharya S K. New Delhi Satish Pai Ed. elasticity of deman for human capital. 7. HR Audit. Bhilai Semester: MBA SEM-IV Elective : Discipline. Six Sigma practices. Himalaya Publication Rao T V. 4. Reference Books: 1. Response Books. Pearson Education. importance of HRIS. Himalaya McNurlim .Case study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] Unit III Human resource accounting-meaning. Managing Human Resource. Essential of HRM and Industrial Relation. productivity through HRIS. The list of cases and specific references including recent articles will be announced and discussed in the class. 14 . Luis R. predictions of human capital approach. 2. 8. models. New Delhi Subba Rao P. methods of accounting. benefits and scope in globalization. Acieving Managmerial Excellence. demand of human capital.International accounting system-definition.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Case study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] Unit V Evaluation of performance for development-competency mapping. Gomez Mejia. Case study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] Unit IV Human resource information system-planning. Himalaya Publication Wayne Mondy. Bombay. Pearson Education Rao T V. McMillan India. flexi work and benefit to organization. process. expectation. HRIS cost benefit value analysis. 5. importance. limitations of computerization of HRIS. short and long term demand. 6. Pearson Education Michel V P.Human Resource Management Subject Code: 536454 Subject Name: Emerging Issues in HRM Total Theory periods:40 Total Tutorial periods: 10 Total Marks in End Semester Exam : 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 02 Branch: Management Unit I Human capital theory-Human capital models. Human Resource Management. Human Resource Management & Relation. 360 degree concept. Case study [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] Unit II Human resource audit-components. induction programme and its importance in globalized era. Response Books. advantages in developed and developing countries. “HRD Skills for Organizational Excellence”. committees involved in human resource audit.

ERP implementation. determining the cost of quality. Text Books : 1. strategy.Introduction. extended ERP. PHI Publication. span of control. Bhilai Semester: MBA SEM-III Elective : Discipline – Systems Management Subject Code: 536461 Subject Name: Business Process Re-engineering & ERP Total Theory periods:40 Total Tutorial periods:10 Total Marks in End Semester Exam : 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 02 UNIT – I Introduction to Process Concept. marketing of ERP. necessary to re-invent organization. Linthicum. Altekar. scope and benefits. Activity analysis. Champy. The value of BPR. Suni Chopra. further and by example. K. “Re-engineering Management”. Ravi Anupindi. Post implementation options and methodology. IFSI Avalon. D. and Veket Krishna N. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT – V ERP : . [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] Branch: Management • • The examination paper will include questions from each unit and case analysis is compulsory. Application. “Managing Business Process Flows”. first. Pearson Education 2. Process Activities. The list of cases and specific references including recent articles will be announced and discussed in the class. SAP R/3. SAP. Reengineering current situation. Baan IV. The impact of accounting system on decision seeking outside help. BPR experiences and examples.Building. semantic network process representation and modeling culture change. “ERP Concepts and Practice”. “Enterprise Application Integration”. evolution. seamless integration. Applying analysis tool and methods.. business modeling in practice. 3. Continuing the mass production concept. Pearson Education 2. product complexcities. guidelines. case studies. Enterprise Resource Planning. ERP Domain. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT – III ERP: . Primary value chain concept.Competitive advantage. process matrix vary by process type. Case Study. vendors and users. precautionsm. Case Study. J. MFGIPRO. case studies. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT – IV Business modeling : . process representation. supply chain management. [ No of Periods : 8 + 2 ] UNIT – II Analyze process. modern enterprise. customization. PHI 15 . variation on the Greenfiled approach. resource management. consistent semantic. BPR success determination. K. process analysis sample.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. accounting of process. ERP III. establish process matrix. role of consultants. V. Harper. Garg. Industry consolidation. business engineering and ERP. Harper Collins. Case Study. integrated management information. Reference Books: 1.S.

Berry and Gordan Linoff “ Data Mining techniques for Maeketing . data types . Pearson Education 2. Algorithm for classification. “Data mining”.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. data cleaning . Unit II Data warehouse environment : Architecture . Michael J. Unit V Applications and treads in Data Mining. populating the data warehousing environment. advance database systems and advance database application. major issues in data mining. sales and Customer Support”. temporal modeling and design. Soman . P. Metadata repository. discrimination and Concept hierarchy generation . case study. outlier analysis . text databases and World wide web . ELSEVIER Publication 2. data reduction. efficient computation of data cubes .temporal design ROLAP and MOLAP. Examples of commercial data mining systems and how to choose . Smyth Principals of Data mining. Bayesian classification . Pearson Education 16 . Prectice Hall of India PHI Reference Books 1. data integration and transformation. “Data Mining”. • The list of cases and specific references including recent articles will be announced and discussed in the class Text Book : 1. data warehousing and mining in an organization.H. Unit III Data preprocessing. Brief about Association analysis . partitioning methods. basic study about mining complex type of data like spatial databases . Bhilai Semester: MBA SEM-IV Subject Code: 536462 Branch: Management Elective : Discipline – SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT Subject Name: Data Ware Housing and Data Mining Total Theory periods:40 Total Tutorial periods: 10 Total Marks in End Semester Exam : 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 02 Unit I Introduction to data mining and data warehousing. classification and prediction . Hand .(MIT Press. “ Data warehousing in the Real World”. Apriori Algorithm for finding frequent itemsets using candidate generation. modeling and design technique for central data warehouse . Diwakar & Ajoy. John Wiley 4. cluster analysis. Machine learning with open source and commercial software. Unit IV Association rule mining. type of data in cluster analysis . transactional databases . “ Insight into Data Mining”. multidimensional Data Modeling . • The examination paper will include questions from each unit and case analysis is compulsory. relational databases. Market basket analysis. Manila. case study. efficient processing of OLAP Queries.Dunham. data warehouse usage. mining single dimensional Boolean Association rules from transactional databases.A. Jiawei Han. Non. measurement and data . data warehouse backend tools and utility. “ Data Mining Concepts and Techniques” . data ware house implementation . Business perspective to data mining . classification by decision tree induction. Sam Anahory. visualizing and exploring data . Pearson Education 3. Adriaans. multimedia databases.PHI) 3. M. Data mining System product and research prototype. Case Study.

The purpose of this assignment is to integrate the management theory and concepts / new tools with recent real world examples and stimulate class discussions and active participation. test and internal viva. The TA marks will be awarded on the basis of attendance. presentation.COMPULSORY Subject Name: Seminar-II Report and Viva Total Tutorial periods: The student will present seminar in the allied and functional areas of management. However a new subject and or tools may be discussed with active participation of students in the guidance of Teachers. 17 . Bhilai Semester: MBA SEM-IV Subject Code: 536421 Total Theory periods: Total Marks in End Semester Exam : 60 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 01 Branch: Management . The ESE component will include evaluation of seminar report by the panel of External and Internal Examiner followed by viva voce.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University.

This is to enhance the analytical and problem solving ability of the student. Bhilai Semester: MBA SEM-IV Branch: Management . presentation. 18 . The objective of comprehensive viva-voce is to judge the over all development of the student during the MBA Programme. . The viva voce shall normally cover the subjects/ areas taught in all the semesters of MBA program. The student has to submit Major project report to the Institution/department before the completion of the IV semester and the report will be evaluated by a panel of External and Internal examiners followed by viva-voce for ESE examination. The TA marks will be awarded on the basis of regularity.COMPULSORY Subject Code: 546422 Subject Name: Major Project and Comprehensive Viva Voce Total Marks in End Semester Exam : 140 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: The objective of Major Project is to enable the student to go into the detail of the approved problem (s)/topic drawn from the subjects/real problem areas taught during the entire curriculum and to determine an analytical and / or empirical based effective solution(s) keeping the given constraints and objectives in mind. test and internal viva.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University.

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