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II Semester II Semester II Semester II Semester CONTENTS

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ACADEMIC DAIRY

III B.Tech II SEMESTER


1. Network Security 2. Compiler Design 3.Web Technologies 4.Object Oriented Analysis and Design 5.VLSI Design 6. Manegerial Economics and Financial Accounting

2011-12

Dept. of Computer Science Engineering, School of Engineering, Anurag Group of Institutions

III B.Tech II Semester


Academic Dairy for

MEFA
Faculty: Ms.Ashraff Unisa

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UNIT-I Syllabus: Introduction to managerial economics, Definition, Nature and Scope of Managerial Economics, Demand Analysis, Demand Determinants, Law of Demand and its exceptions. Objectives: To understand the nature and scope of ME. To understand the nature of demand and its determinants. To know the law of demand Lecture plan: S.No Topic 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Introduction to Subject Definition of ME Nature and Scope of ME Demand Analysis Determinants of demand Law of Demand Exceptions to law of demand tutorial No. of lectures 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 Assignments: 1. What is managerial economics? Explain the nature and scope of managerial economics? 2. Explain about various determinants of demand? 3. Explain how managerial economics is linked with other academic disciplines? 4. Define law of demand what are its exceptions define Lecture Date

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UNIT-II Syllabus: Definition, Types, Measurement and Significance of Elasticity of Demand, Demand Forecasting, Factors governing demand forecasting, methods of demand forecasting (survey methods, statistical methods, expert opinion method, test marketing, controlled experiments, judgmental approach to demand forecasting) Objectives: To understand the elasticity of demand To understand demand forecasting To know the methods of demand forecasting and measurement of demand forecasting. Lecture Plan: S.No Topic No. of Lecture lectures Date 1 Meaning and concept of elasticity of 2 demand 2 Types of elasticity of demand 1 3 Measurement of elasticity of demand 1 4 Demand forecasting 1 5 Methods of Demand forecasting 1 6 Survey methods of demand forecasting 1 7 Statistical methods of demand forecasting 2 8 tutorial 1 TOTAL 11

Assignment: 1. What do you understand by elasticity of demand explain the factors governing it. 2. Explain how you measure elasticity of demand. Illustrate how you interpret the different types of elasticity of demand.

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3. Explain how point elasticity is more focused than arc elasticity 4. What do you understand by demand forecasting? Explain different methods of demand forecasting UNIT III Theory of Production and Cost analysis Syllabus: Production function, isoquants and isocosts, MRTS, Least cost combination of inputs, Cobb-Douglas production function, laws of returns, internal and external economies of scale. Cost analysis- Cost concepts, Opportunity sost, Fixed vs. Variable Cost, Explicit cost vs. Implicit cost, out of pocket cost vs. imputed cost, Break even Analysis, determination of break even point(simple problems)- Managerial significance and limitations of BEA Objectives: To know the significance of production To know what is MRTS and least cost combination of inputs To know the law of returns to scale and internal & external economies of scale To understand the cost concepts To know the BEA& application of BEA in business Lecture Plan: S.No Topic 1 2 3 4 Production function, isoquants and isocosts MRTS, Least cost combination of inputs Cobb-Douglas production function Laws of returns internal and external economies of scale. Cost concepts, Opportunity cost, Fixed vs. Variable Cost, Explicit cost vs. Implicit cost, out of pocket cost vs. imputed cost Break even Analysis, determination of break even point

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Break even point(simple problems) Managerial significance and limitations of BEA

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Assignment: 1. Define production function? How can a producer find it useful? Illustrate. 2. Explain the law of returns with appropriate examples? 3. Discuss the economies of scale that accrue to a firm? 4. Explain how cost output relationship helps the entrepreneurs in expansion decisions? UNIT-IV: Introduction to Markets & Pricing Policies Syllabus Market Structures- types of competition, features of perfect ompetition, monopoly and monopolistic competition, price-output determination in case of perfect competition & monopoly. Objectives &policies of pricing , methods of pricing , cost plus pricing, marginal cost pricing, sealed bid pricing, going rate pricing, limit pricing, market skimming pricing, penetration pricing, two-part pricing, block pricing, peak load pricing, cross subsidization. Objectives: To know Market Structures To understand the types of competition To understand perfect competitive market and price-output determination To understand monopoly & monopolistic competition, Price-output determination. To know various methods of pricing& strategies of pricing

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Lecture Plan: S.No Topic 1 2 3 4 5 6 Market Structures- types of competition Features of perfect competition, monopoly and monopolistic competition Price-output determination in case of perfect competition & monopoly Objectives &policies of pricing Methods of pricing , cost plus pricing, marginal cost pricing, sealed bid pricing, Going rate pricing, limit pricing, market skimming pricing, penetration pricing, two-part pricing, block pricing, peak load pricing, cross subsidization.

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1. Differentiate between perfect and imperfect markets? 2. Illustrate the price determination in case of monopoly? 3. What strategies to you recommend for the markets obsessed with stiff competition conditions? UNIT-V Business & New Economic Environment Syllabus: Characteristic feature of business, features and evaluation of sole proprietorship, partnership, Joint Stock Company, public enterprises and their types, change in business environment in post liberalization scenario Objectives: To understand the characteristics and features of business To understand sole proprietorship and partnership To understand joint stock company and public enterprises & their types. Lecture Plan: S.No Topic 1 Characteristic feature of business, No. of lectures 1 Lecture Date

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Features and evaluation of sole proprietorship Features and evaluation of Partnership Features and evaluation of Joint stock Company Features and evaluation of Public Enterprises change in business environment in post liberalization scenario Tutorial

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Assignment: 1. Discuss the factors affecting the choice of form of business organization? 2. Explain the need for public enterprise in India do you think public enterprises as a whole have fulfill that need? 3. Is Government of India justify in withdrawing its investment in public enterprises. Justify your answer? UNIT-VI: Capital Budgeting Syllabus Capital & its significance, types of Capital, Estimation of Fixed & working Capital requirements, Methods & Sources of raising finance, nature & scope of Capital Budgeting, Feature of Capital budgeting, Proposals , Methods of Capital Budgeting, Payback method, ARR, NPV Objectives: To know capital & its Significance To know main application of capital budgeting To know various methods of capital budgeting Lecture Plan: S.No Topic 1 Capital & its significance No. of lectures 2 Lecture Date

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Types of Capital, Estimation of Fixed & working Capital requirements, Methods & Sources of raising finance Nature & scope of Capital Budgeting, Feature of Capital budgeting Methods of Capital Budgeting, Payback method, ARR, NPV

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Assignment: 1. Explain the main sources of long term finance? 2. Name the financial institutions available in Indian Industry to meet the financial needs? UNIT-VII: Introduction to Financial Accounting Syllabus Double- entry book keeping, journal, ledger, trail balance, final accounts (trading account, P&L account and B/S with simple adjustments Objectives: To know about double entry book keeping To frame journal entries & creating ledgers. To know about trail balance & preparation of final accounts Lecture Plan: S.No 1 2 3 4 5 Topic Double- entry book keeping Journal Ledger Trail balance Final accounts (trading account, P&L account and B/S with simple adjustments No of lectures 2 2 2 1 4 Lecture Date

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Problems

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Assignment: PROBLEMS
1. Prepare final accounts of Rajesh for the year 31-3-2010. Particulars Debit Cash 40,000 Machinery 60,000 Debtors &Creditors 40,000 Opening stock 40,000 Purchases & Sales 100,000 Rent 5,000 Bank loan Bills Receivable /bills Payable 10,000 Wages 5,000 Insurance 6,000 General expenses 4,000 Commission received Coal, Gas, Water 10,000 Furniture and fixtures 20,000 Audit fees 3,000 Drawings 7,000 Capital Land & Building 60,000 Goodwill 40,000 total 450,000
Adjustment: - Closing Stock- 40,000.

Credit

20,000 300,000 40,000 5,000

5,000

80,000

450,000

UNIT VIII Financial Analysis Through ratios: Syllabus: Computation, Analysis and Interpretation of Liquidity ratios(current ratio & quick ratio), Activity Ratios (Inventory turnover ratio and Debtor Turnover ratio), Capital Structure Ratios (Debt- Equity ratio, Interest Coverage

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ratio), and Profitability ratios(gross profit ratio, net profit ratio, operating profit ratio P/E ratio and EPS) Objectives: To know about Computation, Analysis and Interpretation of ratios Lecture Plan: S.No 1 2 3 4 5 Assignment: Topic Computation, Analysis and Interpretation of Liquidity ratios(current ratio & quick ratio) Activity Ratios (Inventory turnover ratio and Debtor Turnover ratio) Capital Structure Ratios (Debt- Equity ratio, Intrest Coverage ratio) Profitability ratios(gross profit ratio, net profit ratio, operating profit ratio P/E ratio and EPS) No. of Lecture lectures Date 2 3 3 2 10

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