COURSE CODE

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8

3

COURSE TITLE

MIS

L 3

T 0

P 0

Cr 3 Attendance

WEIGHTAGES MTE CA P 10 30 0 Th 20 P 0 Th 40 ETE

COURSE OBJECTIVES:  To provide and develop a more sophisticated understanding of the relationship between the task of managing in a large business organization and the technology that has become an essential part of that task, Information Systems. PRE-REQUISITES: N.A COURSE CONTENTS: S. No. 1 2 3 Description

Intorduction, Foundations of Information Systems in Business. E-Business Entreprise, Strategic Management of Business. Security Challenges to E-Enterprise, Information Technology impact on Society. Basics of Management Information Systems: Decision Making, Information and Knowledge, 4 Systems Engineering. 5 Basics of Management Information Systems: Development of MIS, Structure of MIS, Role and importance of MIS. MTE DSS (Decision Support System): Characteristics of DSS, Classes of DSS, DSS users, GDSS, 6 Characteristics of GDSS. Applications of Management Information Systems: Enterprise Management Systems, 7 Applications in Manufacturing Sector, Applications in Service Sector. 8 Technology of Information Systems 9 Business Process Re-engineering (BPR), Electronic Business Technology. 10 Case Studies. LABORATORY WORK: NA TEXT BOOKS: 1. Author: W.S Jawadekar , Title: Management Information Systems Publishers:Tata Mcgraw Hill Year of Publication: 2003 OTHER READINGS: 1. JamesA.O'Brien, George M. Marakas, “Management Information Systems”, Tata Mcgraw Hill. 2. MIS by Jordan Davis, 2nd Edition. 3. Management Information Systems: Managing the digital firm, K.C Laudon and J.P Laudon, Prentice Hall. 4. Management Information Systems, By Aman Jindal, Kalyani Publishers. SALIENT PEDAGOGICAL FEATURES 1. Case Base Study. 2. Drill Problems based on real life scenarios 3. Recent Trends Topics.

2009-10 T2