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MBA FULLTIME SYLLABUS SEMESTER III Course Code Paper SM S 2301 Production & Operations Management SM S SM S SM S SM S SM S SM S SM S 2302 2303 2304

2305 2306 2307 2308 Business Law Environment and Management Organizational Analysis and Processes Indian Ethos and Business Ethics Entrepreneurial Development Elective – I Elective – II C/E C C C C C E E E Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

safety stock . different production systems product. Englewood Cliffs.. scheduling and control of Production and Operation functions in both manufacturing and services. Maintenance management.. Jaames AB Operations management: design Planning and Control for manufacturing & Services Singapore. McGraw Hill.E. Dilwsorth. Adam. probabilistic models with constant lead time. New Delhi. etc Manufacturing Organisation and Management. short terms scheduling SCM concepts. New Delhi. Purchasing and materials Management. Cost of Quality . Productivity improvement in operations through layout engineering and quality management etc. Illinois. historical developments. Tata McGraw Hill. New York. decision areas. Module III: Design of goods and services. Work study. layout planning. Effective and efficient flow. John Wiley. 1993 3. 1989 5. process and capacity planning. New Jersey. Prentice hall of India1995 2. Module I: Introduction: production and operation management as function. method study and work measurement. aggregate planning. Purchasing stores management. JIT system. Irwin 1992 . Buffa E S Modern production management New York. Facility location. control charts. Production/Operations management Homewood . Basic MRP structure Materials management classification system. nature and scope. Module II: Total Quality Management. FG and Hendrick. Chary.SMS 2301 PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Objectives The Course is designed to acquaint the students with decision making in: Planning. S n Production and Operations Management. Statistical process control. Dobler. E E & Ebert RJ production and Operations Management 6th ed. T. reorder point Quantity discount model . 1987 4. Richard D. basic EOQ and production quantity models. Suggested Readings 1. Donald W and Lee Lamar. Concepts of acceptance sampling – OC curve.: elements. Amrine Harold T. tools for TQM. Process Technology. Prentice Hall Inc. Quality Stds-ISO 9000. McGraw Hill. Moore. Module IV: Inventory management – independent items. replenishment and control of materials with reference to both manufacturing and services organizations. 1992 7. Module V: Production planning and control in different production systems. Dependent items. Operations strategy. 1984 6.

Bulchandani : Dr. (4) sale and mortgage of goods (5) sale and time purchase conditions and warranties Passing of property of goods Rights of an unpaid seller. by lapse of time. The Principles of Mercantile Law 7 Law of industrial Disputes 8. Constitutional Law : Introduction: Salient features . Suggested Readings 1. Introduction for the constitution of India 11.accounts and audit Winding up of companies General idea of the different modes of winding up. Cheques .Essential elements of a valid contract Free consent Competency of parties Lawful consideration Legality of object Void. by agreement. Module V.By whom contract must be performed .C.Shukla : Avtar Singh : P. void able unenforceable and illegal contracts -Performance of contracts Privity of contracts . By impossibility.V : Dr.Bagri : Indian Law Institute : K. Prospectus. Module IV.SMS 2302 BUSINESS LAW Objective The course is designed to assist the students in understanding basic laws affecting the operations of business and industry in India. Labour Law : Factories Act Industrial Disputes Act Trade union Act Workmen's compensation Act Minimum wages Act. Industrial Law 10.Kapoor : M.Assignment of contracts . Indian Contract Act -Contract Act 3. discharge of contracts .V. The Law of Contracts 2.D. Pylee M. meetings resolutions . . Labour Law & Labour Relation 9.R. A Manual of Mercantile Law 6. Module I The Law of Contracts Definition of contract Offer and acceptance . By operation of law and by breach of contracts Remedies for breach of contracts.officers. Pylee M. Sale of goods Act 4.Fundamental rights Remedies for breach of fundamental rights.Time and place of performance Performance of reciprocal promises Contracts which need not be performed.bills of exchange and Module III Partnership Act : Evolution Definition of partnership Difference between partnership and joint family business Kinds of partnerships Registration Rights and liabilities of partners Dissolution.By performance. Statement in lieu of prospectus Management of companies General idea of management of companies . Negotiable Instruments Act : Negotiable instruments in general promissory notes Definition and Characteristics.R. Company Law : Evolution of company form of organisation Companies Separate legal entity Comparison of company with partnership & Joint Hindu family business Kind of companies Comparison of private and public companies Formation of companies general idea about Memorandum And Articles of Association. Module II Sale of Goods Act Definition of a sale and a contract of sale -Difference between (1) sale and an agreement to sell (2) sale and a contract form (3) sale and balient. Indian Constitution : Anson : Pollock & Mulla : Pollock & Mulla : N. Elements of Mercantile Law 5.

Different measures-Limits to growth-Economy-environment interdependence-The Environment Kuznet’s curve. . Water and soil pollution – Pollution control instruments. Module I: Introduction to environmental management. ISOI 14000.K.Environmental auditing – environmental clearance for establishing and operating industries in India-Environmental protection laws. Natural Resources and Environment Economics. The course aims to make the students aware of the importance of conserving the world’s fast depleting resources through a rational utilization of the environmental endowments of life support systems. Environmental Management –Excel Books New Delhi 2000 Pandey G. Environmental protection laws in India. 2. Environment and Pollution law manual. Harly Nick. Environmental Management Vikas publishing house New Delhi 1997. Uberoi N. 3.SMS 2303 ENVIRONMENT AND MANAGEMENT Course Objective: The objective of the course is to build professional capabilities. The concept of sustainable development. Module IV: Environmental issues-global problems-Sources of Pollution-Air. Roger Perman et al. Module V: Environmental management system-environmental standards. to develop and adopt Policies.N. Oxford University Press 2000. Mohanty S. Module II: Ethics and the environment-ethical foundations of environmental management-ethics and sustainable development. 4. Suggested Readings 1. universal Law publishing New Delhi 1996. measures and programmes for environmental management. Environmental Economics.K. Module III: Efficiency and optimality in resource allocation-achieving an efficient allocation of resources in a market economy-Market failure and public policy. Orient Longmans 1999.

resolving organisational conflict at the structural and attitudinal levels. the choices open to managers and thereby meet the conceptual needs of students who will soon be practicing managers. Macro Organisational Behaviour (Santa Monica. Mechanistic and Organic Structures.H. Rational. stakeholders’ interests.. Authority and Control in organisations-hierarchy and span of control. Etzioni. Jones. Module 5 Organisational Life Cycle.SMS 2304 ORGANISATIONAL ANALYSIS AND PROCESSES Course Objective The main purpose of this course is to help students understand the premises on which organisations work. Specialisation and Coordination: Functional. types and models of decision making. Organisation Theory and Design (7e). Functional level. Module 3 Organisational Environment: Specific and General environments. Ltd. Control and Standardisation. Inc. growth. 2001). Module 4 Organisational Decision Making: Effectiveness. Organisational Learning: Types. Value creation and Core Competencies. Organisational Stakeholders. NJ: Prentice Hall. Levels and factors of organisational learning. Module 2 Organisational Design: Building Blocks of Differentiation. (Thompson Asia Pte. 2001) R. organisational birth. Need and Justifications. Organisational Strategy. Importance of Organisational Design. Modern Organisations (Englewood Cliffs. C. Internal systems and Technical approaches. Balancing Differentiation. Creation and Transmission of organisational culture. Suggested Readings A. Business level and Corporate level strategies and the structural implications. Singapore. 1980) H. Mintzberg. Miles. Centralisation and Standardisation. Bureaucracy and essentials of Horizontal. Organisational Culture: Sources. The Structuring of Organizational Structures (Englewood Cliffs. Divisional and Matrix structures. techniques for improving decision making. Carnegie and Garbage Can models. the contingency factors that affect their functioning. Organizational Theory: Text and Cases.A: Good Year. Modular and Virtual structures. Strategies for organisational learning. 1964) G. death and decline. Sources of Uncertainty. Module 1 Organisations: Concept. (New Jersey: Prentice-Hall. . 1979) Richard L. Organisational Effectiveness: Approaches to organisational effectiveness: External resources. managing transaction costs. Intuitive. NJ: Prentice Hall. Organisational Conflict: Pondy’s model of organisational conflict. Daft. Managing resource dependencies.R.

Navjivan Publishing House. Caste and Gender. Oxford University Press. Ethical Relativism.SMS 2305 INDIAN ETHOS AND BUSINESS ETHICS Objectives This course has been designed to create a mindset of value system among the students who are the future managers. S. Ethics Officers. Business ethics make the students open to inherent ethical principles of business.K. Human Resource. M. and Virtue ethics approach – Process of ethical decision-making in business – Individual differences and ethical judgement . Drucker. Module III: APPROACHES AND PROCESS OF ETHICAL DECISION-MAKING Approaches: Consequentialist theories. Gandhi. S. John Wiley and Sons. Trevino and Nelson. Module IV:ETHICS MANAGEMENT Role of organizational culture in ethics – Structure of ethics management: Ethics Committee.K. The marriage of east and west. Chakraborty.Cognitive barriers to a good ethical judgement – Whistle Blowing.. Delhi. and the CEO – Communicating ethics: Communication Principles. Foundation of Managerial Work. Consumers. 2000. 1972 6. P.K. Managing in Turbulent Times. Law. Ethics in Management: Vedantic Perspectives.Contributions from Indian Thought. Ethical Gap – Factors affecting the business ethics: Economics. 4. 1985 5.. and Uberoi. Also. Training programmes. 1995 . Module I: INDIAN ETHOS AND VALUES: Model of management in the Indian socio-political environment – Indian work ethos – Indian heritage in production and consumption – Indian perspective of values for managers – Secular Vs. 1998 2. HPH. flexible and effective managers in today’s liberalized and democratic ambience. Channels. and evaluation – Ethical Audit – Corporate Governance and ethical responsibility – Transparency International and other ethical bodies. London. N. Griffith. 1983. The course will sensitise the students to their ethical standards.. Kumar. 1995 7. Managing Secularism in the New Millennium. Deontological theories. Colling. Environment. Managing Business Ethics.. it is to produce a balance. pleasant. High Finance. Module V: CASE STUDY Suggested Readings 1.K. The story of my experiment with Truth. Spiritual values in management Module II: INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS ETHICS Definition of Ethics and Business Ethics – Importance of Business Ethics – Causal chains in business ethics – Ethical Dilemma. Chakraborty.. Ultimately. B. the students will be exposed to ethical problems and issues in various situations. S. 3. Ahmedabad. Pan books. Development. Excel Books. Technology.

idea processing. New York 2. financing labour and marketing problems. Module V: Target group. Kumar S. industrial location factors determining the industrial location. sources of Ideas. Preparation of feasibility reports and legal formalities and documentation. Module I: Entrepreneurship and its role in economics development. Establishing and Entrepreneurs Systems. Entrepreneurial Behaviours and entrepreneurial motivation. McCleffand. Module II: Entrepreneurial traits. types and significance. Drucker. “Project Feasibility Analysis” 1977 John Wiley. Heinemann. New Delhi 3. sickness of units and remedial assistance. Module IV: Search for business idea. Delhi The list of cases and specific references including recent articles will be announced in the class at the time of launching of course. Achievement and management success. Policy towards SSI’s entrepreneurial input. Sources and criteria of financing. Problems of industrialization in underdeveloped countries with special reference to India. Davis S and Fylie. “Entrepreneurship in Small Industry 1990 Discovery. London 4. “Entrepreneur & Environment” 1990 Ashish. . marketing and financial: managerial problems of new enterprises.A. 1985. marketing assistance. Mechanics of setting of new enterprises – size and location. Govt. Suggested Readings 1.N.Books Delhi 5. Pareek.S. Jain Rajiv “Planning a Small Scale Industry: A Guide to Entrepreneurs” 1984 S. Qualities and functions of entrepreneurs. New York 7. “Developing Entrepreneurship – A Handbook on Learning Systems” 1978 Learning Systems. fixed and working capital assessment. D C and Winter. W G Motivating Economic Achievement 1969 Free Press. Peter Innovation and Entrepreileurship. Module III: Feasibility studies: technical. Cliffton. selection of center. characteristics of Entrepreneurial types. production purchasing. David E. Innovation and entrepreneur. pre-training work. Desai A. Udai and Venkateswara Rao T. Technical assistance. Entrepreneurial success in rural area. Definitions.SMS 2306 ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT Objective The objective of this course is to expose the students to the growth of entrepreneurship in developing countries with special reference to India. New Delhi 6. input requirements.