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FACULTY OF ECONOMICS & BUSINESS

Syllabus
For
BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA)

(Semester: I and II)
(Old System)
(Part: II and III)
Examination: 2012-13

GURU NANAK DEV UNIVERSITY
AMRITSAR
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BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Parts-I, II, III)

Eligibility for admission:
The admission to Bachelor in Business Administration first year shall be open to any
person who has obtained 40% marks in aggregate in plus two examinations (Senior Secondary
System,) in any group from the Punjab School Education Board/C.B.S.E. or any other
examination recognised as equivalent there to by the Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

Note : Detailed Ordinances related to examination for this class are contained in the Guru
Nanak Dev University Calendar Vol.II. Read with syndicate decisions /
amendments made from time to time.

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BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Parts-I, II, III)

SEMESTER SYSTEM
SCHEME OF COURSES
Semester-I
Maximum
Marks

Number of
Lectures (L)

50
50

6
6

Tutorials
(T) per
week
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50
50

6
6

2
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BBA-105 Managerial Economics- I
BBA-106 Computer Applications for Business-I

50
50

6
4

-2

BBA-107 Seminar

50

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Maximum
Marks

Number of
Lectures (L)

50
50

6
6

Tutorials
(T) per
week
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50
50

6
6

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BBA-205 Managerial Economics- II

50

6

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BBA-206 Computer Applications for Business-II

50

6

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BBA-207 Viva-Voce

50

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Course
Course Title
Code
BBA-101 English (Compulsory)
BBA-102 Punjabi (Compulsory) OR Basic Punjabi
(Mudhli Punjabi)
BBA-103 Basic Accounting
BBA-104 Business Organization and Systems

Semester-II
Course
Course Title
Code
BBA-201 English (Compulsory)
BBA-202 Punjabi (Compulsory) OR Basic Punjabi
(Mudhli Punjabi)
BBA-203 Business Laws
BBA-204 Principles of Management

IIIrd Year Subject BBA 301 BBA 302 Maximum Marks English (Compulsory) Punjabi (Compulsory) or Punjab History and Culture BBA 303 Management Techniques and Services BBA 304 Computer Applications for Business-III BBA 305 Business Laws BBA 306 Entrepreneurship and Small Business BBA 307 Indian Economy and Business Environment BBA 308 Any of the following: Option (i) Personnel Management Option (ii) Production Management Option (iii) Marketing Management Option (iv) Operations Research BBA 309 Viva-Voce 100 100 Number of Lectures (L) Tutorials (T) per week 6 6 - 100 6 - 100 6 2 100 100 6 6 2 2 100 6 2 100 100 100 100 50 6 6 6 6 2 . II. III) IInd Year Subject BBA 201 BBA 202 BBA 203 BBA 204 BBA 205 BBA 206 BBA 207 *BBA 208 Maximum Marks English (Compulsory) 100 Punjabi (Compulsory) or 100 Punjab History and Culture Financial & 100 Cost Accounting Administrative Practices 100 Money.3 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Parts-I. Banking and 100 International Trade Computer Applications 100 for Business-II Financial Management 100 Environmental Studies 100 Number of Lectures (L) Tutorials (T) per week 6 6 6 2 6 6 - 6 2 6 2 Note: The marks of BBA 208 (Environmental Studies) will not be added in the total marks.

5. Translation of a short passage from English to Hindi/Punjabi OR Precise of a short passage (only for foreign students who do not know Punjabi/Hindi. There will be two questions one from each literary text.6 from Prose for Young Learners. Tales of Life (Guru Nanak Dev University. The students will be required to attempt any five choosing at least two questions from each prescribed text.2. four from Prose).6 from Tales of Life. Amritsar) 3. Course Contents: 1) Stories at Sr.3. 2005. CUP 2004.No. Murphy's English Grammar. Prose for Young Learners (Guru Nanak Dev University.1. All questions will be compulsory.1. The answers should not exceed 15 lines each.4 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – I) BBA-101: ENGLISH (COMPULSORY) Time Allowed: 3 Hours Total Marks: 50 Texts Prescribed: 1.5. Eight (8) questions from the two literary texts (four from Tales. (5 Marks) Section-C: I. Rept. (3x5=15 Marks) II. The students will be required to answer any one. Amritsar) 2. (½x8=4 Marks) III. (½ x 20=10 Marks) Section-B: I. All questions will be compulsory. 3rd Ed.3.2. Writing a paragraph (1 out of 2) (1x8=8 Marks) . Division of Marks: Section-A: Twenty (20) questions on the usage of grammar related to units 1-37 of Murphy's English Grammar. 3) Unit 1-37 from Murphy's English Grammar. 2) Essays at Sr. Eight (8) questions on vocabulary testing meaning and usage of items glossed in the two prescribed text. (1x8=8 Marks) II. (Raymond Murphy).No.

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3. Accounting estimates. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Computerised Accounting: Computers and its application in accounting. users of accounting information and limitations of Financial Accounting.The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. Students will attempt 10 questions. need & importance of depreciation. Depreciation: Meaning. Recording of Transactions: Voucher system. valuation Principles. Marks : 50 Note: 1. The candidates are allowed to use [Non-Scientific)] calculator.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus. objectives. Accounting Policies. Bank Reconciliation Statement. methods of charging depreciation (WDV & SLM). Accounting v/s Book Keeping Terms used in accounting. Each question will carry 10 marks. 2. Accounting as a measurement discipline. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question up to five pages in length. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. the total weightage being 10 marks. Four questions numbering 2. 1956 in respect of preparation of final accounts of a company. Each question will carry one mark. Understanding annual report of a company. 4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. Subsidiary Books. Part-I Introduction: Financial Accounting-definition and Scope. The total weightage of this section shall be 20 marks. Journal. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions up to five pages in length. Part-II Preparation of Final Accounts: Preparation of Trading and Profit & Loss Account and Balance Sheet of sole proprietary business Introduction to Company Final Accounts: Important provisions of Companies Act. Trial Balance. Each question will carry 10 marks. Principles and Conventions. Four questions numbering 6. Cash Book. brief review of Accounting Standards in India. objectives of Financial Accounting. Ledger. Section A: It will have question No. Accounting Process.7 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – I) BBA-103: BASIC ACCOUNTING Time : 3 Hours M.7. Accounting Standards-concept. benefits. The total weightage of the section shall be 20 marks. Conceptual Frame work: Accounting Concepts. Accounting software package (Tally) .1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question up to five lines in length.

New Delhi.. “Advance Accounts”. Tata McGraw-Hill. New Delhi.S. Pearson Education... M. 9th Ed. (2011).8 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – I) Suggested Readings: Gupta. New Delhi. Elliot.. “Introduction to Financial Accounting”.C. (2011). Philbrick. Shukla.C. Donna R. John A. Horngren. New Delhi. “Financial Accounting” Tata McGraw-Hill. and Gupta. Prentice Hall¸ New Delhi. Ambrish (2009). Sultan Chand & Sons. Grewal T. Charles T. Gart l. Dhanesh (2011). S. “Financial Accounting for Management” 3rd Ed. Ramachandran. 14 Ed. (2008). Ram. . N and Kakani. “Financial Accounting for Management: An Analytical Perspective” 3rd Ed. Sundem. Khatri.

3. Role of creativity and innovation. Setting up a New Enterprise: Promotion of a business. Malls and Super Markets – their effect on economy. Joint stock Company. Manager and his environment: external and internal Domestic & Foreign Trade: Organization of wholesale & retail trade . Students will attempt 10 questions. Industrial Revolution-its effects. Dealers. Part – II Business and Society: Changing Concepts and Objectives of Business. Functions. trade and industry and have an exposure to modern business world. Classification based on Business Unit. Objectives: To Understand the basic concepts in commerce. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Public Utilities. Problems in starting a new business. . Business and culture. Social responsibilities of business. Business as an economic system. Objectives of business. Four questions numbering 6. Forms of Business Organization: Sole-proprietorship. Professionalization. 4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. Trade and aids to trade. Each question will carry 10 marks. Social Audit.recent trends in wholesale & retailing. various factors to be considered for starting a new unit. Partnership. Marks: 50 Note: The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. Meaning. Listing. Cooperative Society. Technological Development and Social Change. functions and evolution of commerce & industry. scope. Essentials of a successful business. Section A: It will have question No. Industrialization in India. Part – I Introduction to Business and Commerce: Meaning and definition of business. 8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus. Import export trade procedure & their organization. To know modern business practices. Business ethics. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. The total weightage of this section shall be 20 marks. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question up to five pages in length. Stock Exchange and Produce Exchange: Definition and Meaning. Each question will carry 10 marks. forms.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question up to five lines in length.9 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – I) BBA-104: BUISNESS ORGANISATION & SYSTEMS Time: 3 Hours M. 7. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions up to five pages in length. Business size and location decisions. Four questions numbering 2. Each question will carry one mark. Scope of business. Selection of a suitable form of organization. procedures and functioning of various business organizations. Feasibility study and Business Plan. The total weightage of the section shall be 20 marks. Importance. the total weightage being 10 marks. Decisions in setting up an Enterprise – opportunity and idea generation.

. New Delhi. Fernando. “Business Environment” Pearson Education. Carroll.. J. 8th Edition. “Business Organization and Management”. and Stakeholder Management”. Buchholtz. Murphy. H. (2010). (2011). (2011). . “Business & Society: Ethics. New Delhi. R. A.K.10 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – I) Suggested Readings: Kaul. “Organization Theory and Design” 10th Edition. Richard L. Ann K. New Delhi. Cengage Learning. Daft. (India) Enterprises.. (2012) “Business Organization and Management: Text and Cases”. Archie B. & Willmott (2010). V. Daft. Pearson Education.C. Vijay Kumar.K. Singla. Sustainability. Cengage Learning EMEA. New Delhi. New Delhi.

Objectives: To give the basic idea about fundamentals of economic theories. Law of demand. Marks: 50 Note: The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus. Concept of revenue: Total Revenue. Law of Returns to scale. Monopolistic Competition . the total weightage being 10 marks. particularly micro Emphasis is on topic important for students of Business of Administration. Price and Substitution effect. Consumer’s Behaviour: Utility approach: Brief outline of law of diminishing marginal utility and law of equi-marginal utility. Four questions numbering 6. Concept of total cost. Relationship between Average and Marginal Revenue and Price elasticity of demand.Price and Output. Marginal and Average cost. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions up to five pages in length. Revealed Preference Approach.7. Price elasticity of demand and its measurement. The total weightage of this section shall be 20 marks. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question up to five pages in length. Section A: It will have question No. Monopoly . Theory of Supply: Concept and law of supply.11 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – I) BBA-105: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS. Each question will carry one mark. Pricing Under Various Market Conditions: Perfect Competition . Economies and diseconomies of scale. Each question will carry 10 marks. 4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. average and marginal physical product.Equilibrium of Firm and Industry under Perfect Competition. Income. Four questions numbering 2. Theory of Cost: Short and Long period costs. 3. .I Time: 3 Hours M. Theory of cost in short-run and long-run. Part – I Theory of Demand: Meaning of demand and its types.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question up to five lines in length. Indifference Curve Approach: Consumer equilibrium. Each question will carry 10 marks.Price determination under Monopoly. Average Revenue. determination under Monopolistic Competition. Students will attempt 10 questions. The total weightage of the section shall be 20 marks. factors affecting supply. Part – II Theory of Production: Law of variable proportion: total.

“Microeconomics” 3rd Ed. . (2011) “Modern Micro Economics”. Mithani. Palgrave Macmillan. H. A.12 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – I) Suggested Readings: Koutosoyianni. D. Chand & Company Ltd. Microeconomic Analysis”. (2006). (2012). D. 2nd Ed. New Delhi. New Delhi. (2008). Dwivedi. “Microeconomics: Theory and Applications”. Ahuja.N. (2006) “Managerial Economics”..M.. Pearson Education. R.L. Gravelle H. “Advanced Economic theory.. New Delhi.. Pearson Education. Himalaya Publishing House. and Rees. 15th Ed.. S. 2nd Ed. New Delhi.

moving. . Exporting & Inserting files. Worksheet creating. printing.13 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – I) BBA-106: COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR BUSINESS. Entering information. Design Template Blank Presentation. 8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from Part-II of the syllabus. Opening. Menus and Opening different applications simultaneously). Internal and External Memory Storage: RAM. Difference between Hardware & Software. Four questions numbering 6. positioning & viewing text. Protecting cells. deleting files/folders). Opening & Saving & existing presentation creating & Saving a presentation using auto content wizard. book marks. 2. Footer & Printings.I Time: 3 Hours Total Marks: 50 Theory: 35 Practical: 15 Note: 1. Producing Charges and printing operations graphs. Section C: It will consist of essay type / numerical questions with answer to each question up to five pages in length. Types of software system. Insert slides from another presentation. slides. Software & Application software. Interpreter. Fonts and size editing. Each question will carry 7½ marks. Basic Commands of windows (Creating. Components of a computer system. The total weightage of this section shall be 15 marks. Inserting pictures and graphics. 40 hours of practical session of one hour each duration for every student Section-A: It will have question No. page numbers. Importing. MS-Power Point: Presentation Basics Menus & Toolbars. renaming. paragraphs and sections. symbols & dates. Part – II MS-Word: Overview. 4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. 7. PROM. Operating System: Definition. Brief history of evolution of computers and generation of computers. Formatting number and texts. Opening and saving workbook. Finding & replacing text. Creating lists and numbering. 3.The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. 1 consisting of 6 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length. Using tabs and tables Header. Creating. Indents and outdants. Each question will carry 7½ marks. Four questions numbering 2. VDU. Section B: It will consist of essay type / numerical questions with answer to each question upto five pages in length. EPROM. Heading Styles. ROM. Formatting pages. The total weightage of this section shall be 15 marks. the total weightage being 5 marks. Students will attempt 5 questions. CRT. Commonly used Input/Output/Memory storage devices: Punched Card. Each question will cary one mark. MS-Excel: Worksheet overview. The slides sorter view. inserting page breaks. Slide show. Saving. Introduction to windows (Overview of working of windows using Mouse and Manipulation of Icons. Part – I Computer Fundamentals: Definition of computer.

McGraw-Hill. (2003) “A First Course in Computers”. (2006). Sanjay Sexana. 7th Edition. Rajaraman. New Delhi. Alexis Loeon and Matheus Leon (2001). “Fundamental of Computers”. S. New Delhi.S. (2008). New Delhi. 4th Edition. Srivastava. V. New Delhi. 1st Edition Tata McGraw-Hill. “Introduction to Computers”. “MS-Office” Firewall Media. Vikas Publishing House. New Delhi. Prentice Hall India. “Introduction to Computers with MS-Office 2000”. .14 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – I) Suggested Readings: Peter Norton (2010).

Division of Marks: Section-A: Twenty (20) questions on the usage of grammar related to units 121-136. (½ x 20=10 Marks) Section-B: I. The answers should not exceed 15 lines each. 2005. There will be two questions one from each literary text. Course Contents 1) Stories at Sr. (1x8=8 Marks) II. (3x5=15 Marks) II. CUP 2004.8.15 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – II) BBA–201: ENGLISH (COMPULSORY) Time Allowed: 3 Hours Total Marks: 50 Texts Prescribed: 1. Amritsar) 3. (½x8=4 Marks) III. Eight (8) questions from the two literary texts (four from Tales. Amritsar) 2. Prose for Young Learners (Guru Nanak Dev University.7. Eight (8) questions on vocabulary testing meaning and usage of items glossed in the two prescribed text.No. Tales of Life (Guru Nanak Dev University.10. The students will be required to attempt any five choosing at least two questions from each prescribed text.9.9. The students will be required to answer any one.7. Comprehension of a passage (about 200 words) selected from either of the prescribed books of Prose or Tales. (4x2=8 Marks) . 69-91 of Murphy's English Grammar. 69-91 from Murphy's English Grammar. All questions will be compulsory. All questions will be compulsory.10.11. 2) Essays at Sr. (Raymond Murphy). Murphy's English Grammar. A personal letter (1 out of 2) (5 Marks) Section-C: I.12 from Tales of Life.No. 3) Unit 121-136.11 from Prose for Young Learners. four from Prose). (4 short questions of 2 marks each). Rept. 3rd Ed.

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. Goods and their classification. Tata McGraw Hill. P. Marks : 50 Note: The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. The total weightage of this section shall be 20 marks. Usa Tbp Usa. Each question will carry 10 marks. Consideration. Grievance regressed machinery. Avtar. 3rd Ed.D. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Students will attempt 10 questions. USA. Sales of Goods Act (1930): Formation of contracts of sale. 3. “Business Law”. Features. Features. 4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. The Consumer Protection Act (1886): Definition of consumer. Offer and acceptance. (2004). conditions and warranties. Suggested Readings: Singh. Legality of object. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Each question will carry one mark. Transfer of property in goods. Four questions numbering 6. Four questions numbering 2. Negotiation. 2nd Ed. Holder and holder in the due course. Discharge of contract. Tulsian. Kapoor. Bill of Exchange. Cheque.C. Performance of the contact of sales. sale by auction. Dishonour and discharge of negotiable instrument. (2011).18 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – II) BBA-203: Business Laws Time : 3 Hours M. 7th Ed. Remedies for contract of contract. Free consent. the total weightage being 10 marks. types of crossing. Promissory note.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question up to five lines in length. 5th Ed. International Business Publications. (2006).7. Sultan Chand & Sons. “Indian Business Law”. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question up to five pages in length. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions up to five pages in length. Crossing of a cheque.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus. price. “Business Law”. Classification. Each question will carry 10 marks. Lucknow. New Delhi. N. Hire purchase agreement. Capacity of parties to contract. Part -II Negotiable Instruments Act (1881): Definition of negotiable instruments. Part -I Law of Contract (1872): Nature of contract. Eastern Book Company. Section A: It will have question No. The total weightage of the section shall be 20 marks. (2000) “The Principles of Mercantile Law”. Unpaid seller and his rights. New Delhi. Performance of contract. Agreement declared void.

Strategy. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions up to five pages in length. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions.e. nature. Four questions numbering 6. Evolution of Management Thought: Contribution of F. Each question will carry one mark. principles of organization. Chester Barnard & Peter Drucker to the management thought. Process. Objective: To provide a basis of understanding to the students with reference to working of business organization through the process of management. Planning: Meaning. Concept of management. Formal and informal organization. Functional and Line and Staff. Elements: Objectives. Management Techniques: Management by Objective: Meaning. Part – I Management: Meaning and definition. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Marks : 50 Note: The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections.7. Management as art. science and profession. Significance. . Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question up to five pages in length. The total weightage of the section shall be 20 marks. Various approaches to management (i. Departmentation: Definition. Customer group and matrix organization. 4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. Forms of organization: Line. Students will attempt 10 questions. importance and functions. Benefits. Rules. Each question will carry 10 marks. Span of Management: Factors determining effective span. Decision Making. Each question will carry 10 marks.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question up to five lines in length. Organizing: Meaning. The total weightage of this section shall be 20 marks. Procedure. Scientific Management. 3. Departmentation by function. purpose. Henri Fayol. Taylor. Decentralisation and Departmentation. Four questions numbering 2. Weakneses. scope. Management as a social system. Section A: It will have question No.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus. Nature. the total weightage being 10 marks. Delegation.W.19 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – II) BBA-204: PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT Time: 3 Hours M. Elton Mayo. Schools of Management Thought). Indian management thought. Territory. Nature and Purpose of organization. Product/service. Types of plans. Policies. Theories of organization. administration and organization Principles of management.

Behavioural. Training and Development. & Aryasri. 9th Ed. Selection. PHI Learning Pvt. Coordination: Principles and Techniques. responsibility and accountability. nature and functions of HRM.. Suggested Readings: Robbins. Styles. types. delegation.K. (2010). Ltd.. decentralization vs centralization. Directing: Motivation: Meaning. Kooontz. Types. “Essentials of Management”. M. Manpower management. S.20 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – II) Part – II Authority: Definition. Meenakshi. Nature. Leadership: Meaning. Importance.R. Controlling: Meaning. Theories of Motivation: Mc. factors affecting staffing. “Principles of Management”. K. Performance appraisal: need and process. Tata McGraw-Hill. Likert system. New Delhi. principles. Gupta.. scope.. definition.. Theories: Trait. prerequisites. Pearson Education Inc.and techniques. Managerial grid. Difference between coordination and cooperation. “Management”. & Coulter. determinants of effective decentralization Staffing: Meaning. New Delhi. 7th Ed.. nature. Weihrich.P. New Delhi. 7th Ed. A. steps in delegation. Situational and Followers. importance. obstacles to delegation and their elimination. limitations . (2009). Maslow and Herzberg. Gregor’s. Recruitment. Nature. H. Aswathapa. steps. Mumbai. . Himalaya Publishing House.. (2008). (2000) “Essential of Business Administration”. H.

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BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – II)
BBA-205: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS-II
Time: 3 Hours

M. Marks: 50

Note: The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections.
Section A: It will have question No.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the
entire syllabus with answer to each question up to five lines in length. Students
will attempt 10 questions. Each question will carry one mark; the total weightage
being 10 marks.
Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions up to five pages in length. Four
questions numbering 2, 3, 4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the
syllabus. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Each
question will carry 10 marks. The total weightage of this section shall be 20 marks.
Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question up to
five pages in length. Four questions numbering 6,7,8 and 9 will be set by the
examiner from part-II of the syllabus. The candidates will be required to attempt
any two questions. Each question will carry 10 marks. The total weightage of the
section shall be 20 marks.
Objective: To provide a basis of understanding macroeconomics concepts.
Part – I
Macroeconomics: Meaning, nature and scope. Basic concepts used: Stock and flow variables, static,
comparative static and dynamic analysis.
National Income: Definition and Importance of National Income. Gross and Net Domestic Product;
Personal Income and Disposable Income. Measurement of National Income: Income, Output and
Expenditure Method, Problems in Measurement of National Income.
Consumption: Meaning, determinants (subjective and objective) and importance. Keynes
psychological law of consumption.
Part – II
Investment: Types of investment, determinants of investment, marginal efficiency of capital, net
present value, internal rate of return, interest rate determination, classical, neoclassical and
Keynesian theories.
Multiplier: Static and Dynamic Analysis. Accelerator and super multiplier.
Inflation: Meaning, types and theories.

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BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – II)
Suggested Readings:
Ackley, G. (1978), “Macroeconomics: Theory and Policy”, Macmillan, New York.
Shapiro, E. (1996), “Macroeconomic Analysis”, Galgotia Publication, New Delhi.
Gppdwin Neva, J. A. Nelson & J. Harris (2009), “Macroeconomics in Context”, PHI
Learining Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi.
Dornbusch R., S. Ficher & R. Startz (2009), “Macro Economics”, Tata McGraw Hill
Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi.
Agarwal, Vanita, (2010), “Macroeconomics: Theory and Policy”, Pearson Education,
New Delhi.

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BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – II)
BBA-206: Computer Applications for Business-II
Time: 3 Hours

Total Marks: 50
Theory: 35
Practical: 15

Note: The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections.
Section-A : It will have question No. 1 consisting of 6 very short answer questions from the
entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length. Students
will attempt 5 questions. Each question will cary one mark; the total weightage
being 5 marks.
Section B: It will consist of essay type / numerical questions with answer to each question
upto five pages in length. Four questions numbering 2, 3, 4 and 5 will be set by
the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. Each question will carry 7½ marks. The
total weightage of this section shall be 15 marks.
Section C: It will consist of essay type / numerical questions with answer to each question up
to five pages in length. Four questions numbering 6, 7, 8 and 9 will be set by the
examiner from Part-II of the syllabus. Each question will carry 7½ marks. The
total weightage of this section shall be 15 marks.
Part – I
Electronic Commerce: Definition, Brief History of Electronic Commerce; Forces fueling
Electronic Commerce- Electronic Forces; Marketing and Customer Interaction Forces.
Technology and Digital Convergence, Implications of Various forces, Types of Electronic
Commerce: Inter-organizational Electronic Commerce, Intra-organizational Electronic
Commerce, Consumer-to Business Electronic Commerce, Intermediaries and Electronic
Commerce.
World Wide Web: Meaning, Brief History of the Web; The web and ease of use, The web and
ease of publishing, The web as a new distribution channel, The web and applications: The web
and Electronic Commerce.
Part – II
Firewalls and Transaction Security: Types of Firewall, Firewall security policies, emerging
firewall management issues.
Electronic Payment System: Electronic Payment Technology, Online Shopping, Limitations of
Traditional Payment Instruments, Electronic or Digital Cash: Properties of Electronic Cash;
Digital cash in Action; Electronic Cheques: Benefits and Electronic Cheques, Electronic
Cheques in Action; Online Credit Card based systems- Secure Electronic Transactions (SET);
Other Emerging Financial Instruments- Debit Cards at the Point of Sale (POS), - Debit Cards
and Electronic Benefit Transfer, Smart cards: Consumer, Legal and Business Issues.

Greenstein. 2nd Edition. Schneider. New Delhi.24 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SEMESTER – II) Suggested Readings: P. Pearson Education India. Ltd. “E-Business and E-Commerce Management”. and Control”.T. Slyke. Cengage Learning. Joseph (2006). Tata McGraw Hill. An Indian Perspective”. Risk Management. Wiley India. New Delhi. 9th Edition. “E-Commerce. Craig Van and Bélanger. Chaffey (2008). France (2002). “E-Commerce”. New Delhi. Dave. New Delhi. Gary. PHI Learning Pvt. Marylin (2002). “Electronic Commerce: Security. (2011). “E-business Technologies: Supporting the Net-enhanced Organization”. .

All questions will be compulsory. ‘Gauri’ by M. 3rd Edition. The questions on literary texts will include two reference to the context questions on poems. 53-68. CUP. Each question will carry two (2) marks. Guru Nanak Dev University. 53-68.R. Moments in Time: An Anthology of Poem. CUP. . 3rd Edition. 2005. 3.I to VIII) will be set from the two literary texts (four from Novel and four from Poems). 2004. Rept. All of these questions will be compulsory. The students will be required to attempt any five (5). Rept. Students will be required to attempt eight (08) questions. Marks: 100 Texts Prescribed: 1.25 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) BBA-201: ENGLISH (COMPULSORY) Time: 3 Hours Max. 2005 (Unit 42-48. The questions from literary texts will be answered in about 15 lines each. Murphy’s English Grammar (Raymond Murphy). The next three (03) questions (IX-XI) will be set on vocabulary and composition as given below. 2. The total marks for this section will be 48. The question should test meaning and usage of items glossed in the texts. Section-B: It will consist of eleven (11) questions. Questions IX will be set on the vocabulary introduced in the two prescribed texts. Amritsar. Each question will carry six (6) marks. choosing at least two questions from each prescribed text. 98-112) of Murphy’s English Grammar (Raymond Murphy). 2004. 98-112) Instructions for the paper setter/examiner Note: The Question Paper will consist of three sections and the distribution of marks will be as follows: Section A: 20 Marks Section B: 48 Marks Section C: 32 Marks Section-A: It will consist of ten(10) questions on usage of Grammar related to units (42-48. Eight questions (Q. Anand.

Three short questions of 2 marks each shall be asked on the given passage. each carrying eight marks. Question I-III will be set from the two literary texts.26 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) Question X will be Translation of a short passage from English to Hindi/Punjabi. Total marks for this section will be 32. Section-C: It will consist of four (04) questions. The students will be required to attempt all the three questions. Question IV will be writing an Essay of about 350 words on a given topic (with internal choice). . atleast one from each. Each question will have internal choice and has to be answered in not more than 300 words (two to three pages). Or Paraphrase of a short poem (only for foreign students who do not know Punjabi/Hindi) Question XI will be Comprehension of an unseen prose passage.

auprokq lVI nMbr 1 Eqy 2 dIE~ pusqk~ ivcoN sMKyp auq@r~ v`ly 10 pRSn pu@Cy j`xgy | hryk d` auq@r 50 Sbd~ qoN v@D n` hovy | 10x2 =20 EMk .27 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) BBA-202: pMj`bI l`zmI sm~ 3 GMty 1. iksy ie@k iek~gI d` ivS`-vsqU/ s`r (do iv@coN ie@k) 20 EMk j~ (c`r ivcoN do p`qr~ dI p`qr aus`rI) 3. nMbr 5 auqy inrD`rq ivE`krx ivcoN vrx`qimk pRSn 20 EMk 6.hirBjn isMG gurU n`nk dyv wUnIvristI. EMimRqsr. sMKyp rcn` (pRYsI) dPqrI icTI-p@qr ivE`krx: (a) mUl ivE`krx iek`eIE~ dI pC`x Eqy sQ`pqI (E) v`k bxqr Eqy v`k rcn` (e) aupv`k bxqr : pC`x Eqy k`rj (s) Sbd joV`N dy inwm (h) gurmu@KI ilpI dIE~ ivSySq`v~ EMk-vMf qy pypr sYtr~ leI hd`ieq~ 1. dPqrI ic@TI-p@qr (do iv~coN ie~k) 10 EMk 5. sMKyp rcn` (pRYsI) 10 EMk 4. 2008. iksy ie@k kivq` d` ivS` vsqU / s`r (do iv@coN ie@k) 20 EMk 2. gurU n`nk dyv wUnIvristI.EMimRqsr.) roSn l`l EhUj` Eqy mnjIqp`l kOr. k@ul EMk : 100 k`iv kIrqI . E`Duink iek~gI (sMp`. 5. 2. 4. 3. 2007.

3. Section B: The examiner shall set 8 questions which will cover the entire syllabus. Development of Punjabi Language and Literature classical writings and famous legends of the Punjab. Social life with special reference to position of women.) History of the Punjab. dances and games in the Punjab. Fauja Singh (ed. 1716 to 1799. fairs. 4.Grewal : The Sikhs of the Punjab. 1972. Vol. G. 8. The Punjab under Turko-Afghan Sultans. The Punjab under the Great Mughals. 3. Marks : 100 Total Teaching Periods : 75 Note : Each question paper shall consist of two sections viz. 2. The Anglo-Sikh Wars and Annexation of the Punjab. The candidates shall attempt any 4 questions in atleast 5 pages each. 1991. Compilation of Adi Granth and Martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev Ji. Salient features of the Bhakti Movement and Sufism in the Punjab.S. 12. A and B as under :- Section A: The examiner shall set 10 questions and the candidates will attempt any 7 questions carrying 4 marks each.28 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) BBA 202 PUNJAB HISTORY AND CULTURE (1000 to 1849 A. Development of Sikhism (1539-1606) with special reference to Sangat. Martyrdom of Guru Teg Bahadur . The total weightage of this section shall be 28 marks. 2. Suggested Readings: 1. 9. Masand System.D.Chhabra : The Advanced History of the Punjab. J. Foundation of Khalsa by Guru Gobind Singh. folk music.) (Special Paper in lieu of Punjabi) (Compulsory) Time : 3 Hours Max. Kirpal Singh (ed. The total weightage of this section will be 72 marks.S. Each question carry 18 marks.) History and Culture of the Punjab. The New Cambridge History of India. Answer to each question shall be in 10 to 15 sentences. Patiala. I. his civil and military administrations and relations with the British. . 4. Banda Bahadur and his achievements. Ranjit Singh’s rise to power. 1990 (3rd edition). 6. Sikh struggle for sovereignty in the Punjab. 1. Patiala. Cambridge. 10. 11. III. Guru Nanak Dev’s teachings and impact on society. Vol. 5. 7. festivals. Part-II.

Difference between Financial Accounting and Management Acounting. Each question will carry two marks. Students will attempt 10 questions. The total weightage of this section shall be 40 marks. scope and functions. .4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. Part–I Accounting Concepts and Convention: Double entry system of Book Keeping. Preparation of Journal.7. activity. Four questions numbering 6. Preparation of Final Accounts of Sole Traders. profitability & solvency ratios. 3. Nature and limitation of financial statements. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question upto five pages in length.29 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) BBA-203: FINANCIAL AND COST ACCOUNTING Time: 3 Hours Max.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length. Section A: It will have question No. Each question will carry 20 marks. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions upto five pages in length. Subsidiarty books and Ledger Accounts. The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus. Atleast 50% of the questions to be set in the Section-B & Section-C should be numericals. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Four questions numbering 2. the total weightage being 20 marks. Marks: 100 Note: 1. Management Accounting-Meaning. Trend analysis.3. The total weightage of the section shall be 40 marks. 2. Distinction between Capital and Revenue items. The candidates are allowed to use [Non-Scientific)] calculator. Each question will carry 20 marks. Ratio analysis-liquidity. Trial Balance.

Funds flow & Cash Flow Analysis-Concept preparation & limitation.K. cost.Variance Analysis.C. 5. 6. volume.K. N. Anthony: Management Accounting 7. Suggested Readings: 1. . Budget and Budgetry control-concept types of budgets. Shukla & Grewal: Advanced Accounts 3. Hingorani. Jain & Narang: Higher Accounts 2. Marginal costing-application & merits of marginal costing Break even analysis-concept. Prasad: Cost Accounting 4. Lal & Jawahar Lal: Accounting Theory. R. profit analysis and application of Break Even Analysis.K. R. preparations of budgets & functioning of budgetry control system. Prasad: Cost Accounting–Principles & Practice. Limitations of Break Even Analysis. N.30 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) Part–II Elements of costs and preparation of cost-sheet.K. M. Ramanathan: Management Accounting. Standard Costing: Concept & process of setting standard.

The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Office manuals--its types and uses. Office cost reduction and cost saving. staffing and standards of office accommodation and equipment. procedures and routine. Guide to the Companies. The candidates are allowed to use [Non-Scientific)] calculator. Part-II Effective Office Communication: Communication in the office including the treatment of correspondence and principles of security of documents and filling informations.4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus.P. Four questions numbering 2. Each question will carry 20 marks. By Denyer. 2. The total weightage of this section shall be 40 marks. Proxies. Lewis Keeling. by John J. Law and procedure of Meetings and types of general meetings. and adjournment. Planning of work and simple budgeting.7. layout. 2. preparting of office manuals. Preservation of order at meetings. The powers and duties of a Chairman with regard to general meetings. including the choice between purchase and rental of office space. Administration: Principles and Practice of basic office administration. Office systems. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question upto five pages in length. Impact of New Technology in Business Communication. 3. References: 1. Terry 4. Neunor and B. By A Remaiya . Office. Office Management. Arora.31 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) BBA-204: ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICES Time : 3 Hours Max. Section A: It will have question No. Four questions numbering 6. the requisites of valid meeting. Each question will carry two marks. 5.The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. the total weightage being 20 marks.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length. The practical work of the secretary with reference to the organisation of meetings. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Office Organisation and Management By S. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions upto five pages in length. Office Systems and Procedures By George R.W.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus. Part-I Office Accommodation and Equipment: Factors determining the location. Motions--meaning and types Voting. The total weightage of the section shall be 40 marks. Use of organisation and control charts. Each question will carry 20 marks. Provisions relative to convening of general meetings. Internal control-internal check and internal audit. Modern Office Management. Students will attempt 10 questions. Marks : 100 Note: 1.3.

Constituents of a money market. Four questions numbering 2. Section A: It will have question No. Each question will carry 20 marks. Methods of isssues of currency. Banking: Commercial Bank--Types and functions. Income expenditure approach and Liquidity Theory (Gurley and shaw. The total weightage of this section shall be 40 marks. Money market. the total weightage being 20 marks. BANKING AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE Time : 3 Hours Max. Central Bank: Meaning. characteristics of a developed money market. Value of Money: Determination with the help of quantity theory-. types. Meaning and objectives. functions. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions.32 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) BBA-205: MONEY.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus. Part-I Money: Definition and functions. Difference between capital and money market. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Students will attempt 10 questions.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length.The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. Objectives and principles of portfolio management. technique of credit control. Credit creation.3. consequences and control. The candidates are allowed to use [Non-Scientific)] calculator.4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question upto five pages in length. 2. . Each question will carry 20 marks.7. Causes. Four questions numbering 6.Fisher's and Cambridge equations. The total weightage of the section shall be 40 marks. Radcliffe Commisssion). Role of Money in capitalist and socialist systems. Marks : 100 Note: 1. Money and economic activity. Monetary policy. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions upto five pages in length. Each question will carry two marks. Inflation: Meaning.

Functions and monetary policy since 1951. Vaish and Sudama Singh K. India’s Foreign Trade: Foreign trade policy. direction and reforms needed for growth of India’s foreign trade. 4. determination-demand and supply the theory and purchasing power. : Money.P.. how to control the problem. Suggested Readings: 1. Soderston M. 3.M. direction and composition of India's foreign trade. Single and Double Factoral terms of trade and gains from term of trade. Terms of Trade and Meaning. : International Economics. Nationalisation of commercial banks-causes and achievements. : International Economics. International agencies I. Rate of Exchange: Meaning. Commodity and Gross barter terms of trade.O. Effects of protection. Causes and control of exchange rate fluctuation.S. Luckett R. Thorn B. Banking and International Trade.C. value.33 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) Part-II International Trade: Classical theory and modern theory (Heccher Ohlin) of international trade.M. Commercial banking in India-Progress since independence. Different terms of protections.F. Arguments for and against protection. and I. R. parity theory.B. D.B.I. Protection and free trade. 2. : Introduction to Money and Banking.D. Sandharam : Money and Banking. . present position.G. 5. Balance of payment: Meaning of disequalibrium in balance of payment.R.

The total weightage of this section shall be 30 marks. accessing virtual reference desk through gophar. writing and posting of an article. Each question will carry 15 marks. 2. Basic gophar. Section-A: It will have question No. commands.4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. Hypertext and hypermedia. internet Domain names and addresses. the total weightage being 10 marks. URL. The candidates will be required to attempt two questions selecting one from questions 6 and 7 and one from questions 8 and 9. understanding of Internet e-mail. WWW-World Wide Web: Working of WWW. telnet sessions. telnet commands. Four questions numbering 2.3.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from Part-II of the syllabus. mailing. advantages of email. Students will attempt 10 questions. Each question will carry 15 marks. reading. The total weightage of this section shall be 30 marks. addresses using Telnet to access a remote machine.34 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) BBA-206: COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR BUSINESS-II Time : 3 Hours Total Marks: 100 Theory: 70 Practical: 30 Note: 1. Four questions numbering 6. The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. The candidates are allowed to use (Non-Scientific) Calculator 3. Search Engines: Introduction to usenet. Section C: It will consist of essay type / numerical questions with answer to each question up to five pages in length. 40 hours of practical session of one hour each duration for every student related to Internet and Foxpro. working with a document on a gophar menu. Electronic Mail and Telnet: Overview: Working of email. Each question will carry one mark. 1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length. . origanisation of usenet articles. The candidates will be required to attempt two questions selecting one from questions 2 and 3 and one from questions 4 and 5. Part-I Introducing the Internet: Overview: Description of the Internet-working and development. Searching the WWW. saving. Section B: It will consist of essay type / numerical questions with answer to each question up to five pages in length.7.

Entering Data. Keyboard Macros. Editing. Distributed Databases. C. If-Endif. Data Description Language. Reports. Viewing. Diagrams. Data Base Management Systems : C. Recovery. Recommended Books: 1. Mastering Foxpro 2. Network Model and Relational Model. Relational Databases.35 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) Part-II Introduction to Database Management System. Date 2. Menus & Prompts. Queries Time functions. Basic field types etc.5 : Siegal. Relational Algebra and Calculus Normalisation Database security. Memory Variables. Hierarchical Model. Sorting. Internet 6-in-1 : Kraynak & Habraken 4. . Errorsend Debugging. Protection. concurrency. E. R. Mathematical commands and functions. Use of Multiple Databases. @commands. components of DBMS. Loading. Windows. Data Base Management and Design : Hansen & Hansen 3. Creating Databases. Labels. Data Manipulation Language. Modifying. Programming: Do While-Enddo. SQL. Knowledge Base/Expert Systems and Object Oriented Databases. Foxpro: Introduction.J. Scan-Endscan. decomposition. For-Endfor. Do Case-Endcase Text –Endtext. Indexing. Data Models. control. Integrity.

8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions upto five pages in length. 2. Each question will carry two marks. Four questions numbering 2. Tools of Financial Analysis:. Financial Planning. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions.36 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) BBA-207: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Time: 3 Hours M. The candidates are allowed to use [Non-Scientific)] calculator. funds flow analysis trend analysis and common size financial statements. . Each question will carry 20 marks.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length.7. The total weightage of the section shall be 40 marks. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question upto five pages in length.Ratio Analysis. Four questions numbering 6. working capital cycle. Each question will carry 20 marks. The total weightage of this section shall be 40 marks. determinants of working capital. Part-I Financial Management: Obective. Section A: It will have question No.4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus.The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. Marks: 100 Note: 1. functions and scope. Working Capital Management: Working capital and fixed capital. working capital management-need and significance. the total weightage being 20 marks. Students will attempt 10 questions.3. Financial Analysis: Objective and significance.

methods of capital budgeting: Pay-Back period. need and significance. trading on equity.37 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) Part-II Capital Budgeting concept. Dividend Policy: Determinants of dividend policy. Capital Structure Planning: Sources of finance factors determining capital structure. . optimum capital structure. Types of dividend policy. average rate of return. net present value and internal rate of return. Introductory knowledge about cost of capital and methods.

mining. Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources. their implications and suggestion for improvement. Answer to any of the questions should not exceed two pages. fertilizer-pesticide problem. each question carrying five marks. Need for public awareness. case studies. land degradation. Answer to any of the questions should not exceed four pages. Section B (45 Marks): It will consist of six essay type questions. Candidates will be required to attempt six questions. conflicts over water. . case studies. case studies. Food resources: World food problems. Candidate will be required to attempt one question only. floods. Mineral resources: Use and exploitation. case studies. Timber extraction. soil erosion and desertification. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Forest resources: Use of over exploitation. salinity. limitations. Natural resources: Natural resources and associated problems. Marks: 100 Section A (30 Marks): It will consist of ten short answer type questions. 2. change caused by agriculture and overgrazing. scope & its importance. Candidates will be required to attempt three questions. Energy resources: Growing of energy needs. Equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyles. Land recourses: Land as a resource. Water resources: Use and over-utilization of surface and ground water. dams-benefits and problems. Section C (25 Marks): It will consist of two questions. environmental effects of extracting and using mineral resources. 1.38 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) BBA – 208 Environmental Studies (Compulsory) Theory Lectures: 50 Hours Time: 3 Hours M. Answer to the question should not exceed 5 pages. with its salient features. renewable and non-renewable energy resources. In this section the students will be required to write on the environment of an area/ ecosystem/ vi1lage industry/ disaster/ mine/ dam agriculture field/ waste management/ hospital etc. use of alternate energy sources. each question carrying fifteen marks. effects or modern agriculture. The multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies: Definition. deforestation. dams and their effects on forests and tribal people. drought.

consumers and decomposers. Environmental Pollution: Definition. Forest ecosystem b. Desert ecosystem d. Social Issues and Environment: * From unsustainable to sustainable development * Urban problems related to energy * Water conservation. Producers. global warning. Aquatic ecosystems (ponds. poaching of wild life. Case studies * Environmental ethics: Issues and possible solutions. food webs and ecological pyramids. productive use. Causes. Value of Biodiversity: Consumptive use. ozone layer depletion. Pollution case studies Disaster Management: Floods. rivers. rain water harvesting. types. its problems and concerns. watershed management * Resettlement and rehabilitation of people. structure and function of the following ecosystems: a. ethical. Role of an individual in prevention of pollution. Introduction. acid rain. * Wasteland reclamation . 5. * Climate change. Biodiversity and its Conservation: Definition: Genetic. Energy flow in the ecosystem. characteristic features. Ecological succession. Grassland ecosystem c. Conservation of Biodiversity: In situ and Ex-situ conservation of biodiversity. oceans. National and local levels. estuaries). social. nuclear accidents and holocause. Food chains. Case studies. streams. Threats to Biodiversity: Habitat loss. effects and control measures of urban and industrial wastes. Ecosystem: Concept of an ecosystem. Biodiversity of global. lakes.39 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) 3. species and ecosystem diversity. Biogeographical classification of India. aesthetic and option values. effects and control measures of: a) Air Pollution b) Water Pollution c) Soil Pollution d) Marine Pollution e) Noise Pollution f) Thermal Pollution g) Nuclear Hazards Solid Waste Management: Causes. Earthquake. Cyclone and Landslides 6. man wildlife conflicts Endangered and endemic species of India. India as mega-diversity nation "Hot-spots of biodiversity. 4. Structure and function of an ecosystem.

. Universities Press. 1989. Brunner. 2001. De. Hazardous Waste Incineration. R. Field Work: Visit to a local area to document environmental assets–river / forest / grassland / hill / mountain. Cunningham. Calling Patrolling Police & Ambulance 8. Human population and the environment * Population growth. Environmental Encyclopedia. H. Ahmedabad. 6. New Delhi. R. Responsibilities of Public under Motor Vehicle Act. Do’s and Don’ts while Driving. Role of Citizens or Public Participation. A. Environmental Biology. etc. E. insects. K. Study of common plants. 2. McGraw Hill Inc.40 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) * Consumerism and waste products * Environmental Protection Act * Air (prevention and Control of Pollution) Act * Water (prevention and Control of Pollution) Act * Wildlife Protection Act * Forest Conservation Act * Issues involved in enforcement of environmental legislation * Public awareness 7. Environmental Chemistry. Gorhani. Centre for Science and Environment. Clanderson Press Oxford. Visit to a local polluted site–Urban / Rural / Industrial / Agricultural. Marine Pollution. 5. . P. 4. Mumbai. Cooper. & Hepworth. Study of simple ecosystems–pond. Agarwal. Bharucha. birds. Clark. 8. 1989. C. Bharucha. Bikaner. hill slopes. 1988. T. T. Down to Earth. (Field work equal to 5 lecture hours) References: 1. Mapin Publishing Pvt. M. C. W. 2000. 2001. Textbook of Environmental Studies. S. Ltd. 2005. The Biodiversity of India. Hyderabad. Jaico Publications House. E. E. 7. K. General Traffic Signs * Accident & First Aid: First Aid to Road Accident Victims. Nidhi Publications Ltd. river. 2004. New York. 3. Wiley Eastern Ltd.. variation among nations * Population explosion-Family welfare programme * Environment and human health * Human rights * Value education * HIV / AIDS * Women and child welfare * Role of information technology in environment :and human health * Case studies * Road Safety Rules & Regulations: Use of Safety Devices while Driving.

H & Waston. M. 24. 14. Wadsworth Publishing Co. Ecology and Environment. R. Jadhav. P. Survey of the Environment. Harper. Tiwari. Rajagopalan. Miller. 2002. Essentials of Ecology. 2004.. Ltd. 2005. Dehra Dun. Concepts of Modern Ecology. B. Booklet on Safe Driving. R. and Nagendran. Cambridge House. D. Sukhmani Society (Suvidha Centre). Delhi.41 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-II) 9. 1995. K. New Delhi. 2004. Environmental Studies from Crisis to Cure. Amritsar . V. Townsend. J. G. 23. & Kaushik. K. USA. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh. New Age International (P) Ltd. Delhi. 2003. Heywood. Kaushik. & Bhosale. T.B. New Delhi. E. 22. Meerut. and Michael. Joseph. Jr. Meerut. Encyclopedia of Indian Natural History. Perspective in Environmental Studies. C. Environmental Chemistry. B. New Delhi. Environmental Science. 2000. A Text Book in Environmental Sciences. District Court Complex. 2001. P. P. Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd. 12. E. R. Sharma. 2000. 2004. Blackwell Science. 1995. Sharma. Subramanian. Rastogi Publications. Himalaya Pub. Geol Publishing House. Global Biodiversity Assessment. A. R. Bombay Natural History Society. 11. Narosa Publishing House. 10. W. 18. Fundamentals of Ecology. 2005. 2005. S. Comprehensive Environmental Studies. Hawkins. V. 20. 21. J. Saunders Co. 15. The Hindu. Odum. 17. 2001. Environmental Protection and Laws. 1971. Sharma.. V. 13. New Delhi. Oxford University Press. C. P. C. 16. H. Essentials of Environmental Studies. Pearson Education (Singapore) Pte. 19. T.

H. Arther Miller. . Eight (08) questions (Q. 2004. Piano by D.H. 2004. Poems of Nature and Culture. Rept. Murphy’s English Grammar (Raymond Murphy).B. 3rd Edition. Guru Nanak Dev University. Amritsar. Section-B: It will consist of eleven (11) questions. All my sons. The Express by Stephen Spender 7.B. Shelley 2. Stanzas Written in Dejection Near Naples by P. 3rd Edition. Eliot 5. Marks: 100 Text Prescribed: 1. Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night By Dylan Thomas 8. Night of Scorpion by Nissim Ezekiel 10. The following poems are excluded: 1. Words by W. Students will be required to attempt eight (08) questions. The questions (Q. Each question will carry two (2) marks. Lawrence 4. All questions will be compulsory. 2005 (Units: 92-97. CUP. 113-145 of Murphy’s English Grammar (Raymond Murphy).I to VIII) from literary texts will be answered in about 15 lines each. Yeats 3. The total marks for this section will be 48. Honeymoon Flight 3. La Figlia Che Piange by T. Funeral Blues by W.42 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) BBA-301: ENGLISH (COMPULSORY) Time: 3 Hours Max. Each question will carry six (6) marks. The questions on literary texts will include two reference to context questions on the play and the poems. Auden 6. 113-145) Instructions for the paper setter/examiner: Note: The Question Paper will consist of three sections and the distribution of marks will be as follows: Section A: 20 Marks Section B: 48 Marks Section C: 32 Marks Section-A: It will consist of ten (10) questions on usage of Grammar related to units 92-97. 2. The students will be required to attempt any five (5) choosing atleast two (2) questions from each prescribed text. Rept. 2005. CUP.S.I-VIII) will be set from the two literary texts (four from the Plays and four from Poems). The Thought-Fox by Ted Hughes 9.

Suggested Reading: Oxford Guide to Effective Writing and Speaking by John Seely. Three short answer questions of 2 marks each shall be set on the given passage. Each question will have internal choice and has to be answered in not more than 300 words. . report writing etc. Question IV will relate to business writing like resume writing.43 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) The questions (IX-XI) set on vocabulary and composition will be compulsory. business letters. Question XI will be Comprehension of an unseen prose passage. The examiner will give 4 topics relating to current affairs and the students will be required to write an essay of about 300 words on any of them. Total marks for this section will be 32. Question X will be Precis Making. Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions. Questions I and II will be set from the prescribed Play and Poems respectively. each carrying 8 marks. The question should test meaning and usage of items glossed in the texts. Question III will be Essay writing. The examiner may offer internal choice between different writing tasks. Question IX will be set on vocabulary introduced in the two prescribed texts.

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Non co-operation and Civil Disobedience Movement. A and B as under :- Section A: The examiner shall set 10 questions and the candidates will attempt any 7 questions carrying 4 marks each. Towards Independence and Partition. 10. Kharak Singh and Bhagat Singh. Each question carry 18 marks. Kartar Singh Sarabha. 1991. Dhani Ram Chatrik and Mohan Singh. Chhabra : The Advanced History of the Punjab. Spread of Modern Education in the Punjab. Mohammad Iqbal. 8. Delhi. 1839-1988. . SUGGESTED READINGS: 1. Jallianwala Bagh Tragedy. 1940-1947. Trade and Commerce. Struggle against the Raj with special reference to Gaddar Movement. 5.Development of Agriculture (Green Revolution). Saifuddin Kitchlew. Singh Sabha and Ahmadiyas. 3. The early British Administration. Marks: 100 Total Teaching Periods: 75 Note: Each question paper shall consist of two sections viz. 4. The total weightage of this section will be 72 marks. 2. Ishwar Chander Nanda. 3. G. Gurdwara Reform Movement. : Eminent Freedom Fighters of Punjab. II. Great writers of the Punjab . Part-III Patiala. Vol-II. Formation of Punjabi Suba. Sohan Singh Bhakna. 9.) : History and Culture of the Punjab. 4. 7. 1972. Answer to each question shall be in 10 to 15 sentences. Udham Singh.Bhai Vir Singh. Irrigation. transport and education 12. Development of Industry. 2. The candidates shall attempt any 4 questions in atleast 5 pages each.S. Fauja Singh (Ed. Industry. 1987. Puran Singh. Fauja Singh. 11. The total weightage of this section shall be 28 marks. 6. Section B: The examiner shall set 8 questions which will cover the entire syllabus. British policies towards Agriculture. Khushwant Singh : A History of the Sikhs. Eminent Freedom Fighters of the Punjab-Lajpat Rai. Growth of political consciousness in the Punjab upto 1907. Patiala. Vol. Socio-Religious Reform Movements : Arya Samaj. Achievements of the Punjab Since 1947 .45 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) BBA-302: PUNJAB HISTORY AND CULTURE (1849-1970) (Special Paper in lieu of Punjabi Compulsory) Time: 3 Hours Max. 1.

Medium and Long Range plans. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Each question will carry 20 marks. Activity Sampling. Work Measurement. the total weightage being 20 marks. Information life cycle-Components. Each question will carry two marks. The total weightage of the section shall be 40 marks. problems and strategies. Man Power Planning.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus.46 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) BBA-303 MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES AND SERVICES Time : 3 Hours Max. Decision Trees: Cost Benefit Analysis. The candidates are allowed to use [Non-Scientific)] calculator. Requirements for Computerised MIS--Introduction of hardware. software. stages of developments. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question upto five pages in length. humanware.4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. Corporate Planning and Procedures. need. Four questions numbering 2. Preparation of Short.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length. Each question will carry 20 marks. . Section A: It will have question No. The total weightage of this section shall be 40 marks.The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions upto five pages in length. Four questions numbering 6. Part-I Forecasting and Planning: Business and Technological Forecasting Principles and Methods. An introduction of Ergonomics. Role of Management Services Division: External Consultancy Services. 2.3. Students will attempt 10 questions. Limitation of traditional MIS. Service Sector : Nature of Services. Work Simplification. Characteristics of services. Need for computer aided information systems. Marks : 100 Note: 1.7. Work Study (Incorporating Hawthrone Studies). The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Part-II Computers for Management Information System : Introduction.

Marvin. N. : Ergonomics at work. Prasad. Essentials of Management. Cost Accounting. David J.O. 5. : The Principles of Management..: Principles and Practice of Cost Accounting. 7. Robert Aaron: Business Forecasting. Rustom S.. Oborne. The Professional Management. Goel B. . 9.K.A menagerial Emphasis. 8.: Operations Research. & Mittal. Gorden. S. Charles T: Cost Accounting-. James: Computer Based Information System. P. Koontz.. Davar. 10. 3. Harold & Donnell. 6. Maimann.S. C. Pattanshetty.47 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) References: 1. Hongren.T.K. 4. 2.

Character set.4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. Each question will cary one mark. Part-I Fundamentals:. assignment and conditional operators. set. 1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length. 40 hours of practical session of one hour each duration for every student related to programming in C language.3.Preliminaries. Section C: It will consist of essay type / numerical questions with answer to each question up to five pages in length. Section-A : It will have question No. Data Input & Output:. more about print functions. Section B: It will consist of essay type / numerical questions with answer to each question up to five pages in length. Data types. . single character input. Four questions numbering 2. The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. The total weightage of this section shall be 30 marks. entering input data. library functions. The candidates will be required to attempt two questions selecting one from questions 2 and 3 and one from questions 4 and 5. The candidate has allowed to use (Non-Scientific) Calculator 3. unary operators. The candidates will be required to attempt two questions selecting one from questions 6 and 7 and one from questions 8 and 9. statements. expressions. 2. writing output data. function interactive programming.Arithmetic operators.7. relational and logical operator. Variables. Each question will carry 15 marks. Each question will carry 15 marks. Four questions numbering 6. The total weightage of this section shall be 30 marks. more about the scanf function. single character output. Students will attempt 10 questions. symbolic constants. Indentifiers & Keywords.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from Part-II of the syllabus. gets and puts. the total weightage being 10 marks. constant. Operator and Expressions:.48 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) BBA-304: COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR BUSINESS-III Time : 3 Hours Total Marks: 100 Theory: 70 Practical: 30 Note: 1.

if else.Preliminaries. Books Recommended: 1.Defining and processing a structure. Arrays:. Data Structures and Program Design in C: Kruse. Structure and Unions:. multi-dimensional arrays. do while and for statements. self referential structure. switch. unions. Computer Programming in C : Rajaraman 2.49 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) Part-II Control Statements:. passing structure to a function. break & external and static variables. string functions and string manipulation. Strings: string declaration.Defining and processing and array. Leung & Tondo . nested loops. user defined data types structure and pointers. passing array to a function. while.

2. transfer of title. The Indian Contract Act.3. Four questions numbering 2.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions upto five pages in length. performance of the contract. The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. rights of unpaid seller. Four questions numbering 6. The total weightage of the section shall be 40 marks. Part-I Meaning of Business Law. Nature of Contract. Sale Distinguished from agreement to sell. Each question will carry two marks.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length. The total weightage of this section shall be 40 marks. types. provisions relating to crossed cheques. The Sale of Goods Act. essentials of a valid Contract. Indemnity and guarantee. 1872: Contract-meaning. Performance of Contract. liabilities and discharge. Termination and Discharge of Contract. Students will attempt 10 questions. parties to a negotiable instrument-duties. . Marks : 100 Note: 1. significance and relevance to modern civilized society. Section A: It will have question No. its scope. Definition of a negotiable instrument. 1881. bailment and hire-purchase. The Negotiable Instruments Act. Each question will carry 20 marks. bailment and pledge. Each question will carry 20 marks. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. law of agency. 1930: Essentials of a Contract of sales. the total weightage being 20 marks.50 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) BBA-305: BUSINESS LAWS Time : 3 Hours M. transfer of property.4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus.7. rights. The candidates are allowed to use [Non-Scientific)] calculator. Conditions and warranties. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question upto five pages in length. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions.

. promotion and incorporation of a company. Recommended Books: 1. S. Chand & Co. 1940. stay of legal proceedingseffect of legal proceedings on arbitration.C.51 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) Part-II The Indian Partnership Act. joint Hindu Family. Ltd. Nagpur . 3. 1932. Shukla. appointment of Arbitrator. undertakings. Ramaiya : Guide to the Companies Act. Nature of Partnership and certain similar organisations-co-ownership.D. Wadhwa & Company. : A Manual of Mercantile Law. Sultan Chand & Sons. B. implied authority of partners and its scope. empire. Partnership Deed. Kapoor. 4. Award-modification or correction of award. R. & Goyal. The Arbitration Act. N. Mercantile Law with Industrial Law. rights and liabilities of partners. 5. Sen & Mitra : Commercial Law. M. dissolution of a firm. New Delhi. registration of firms.P. Iyengar. Nature and Meaning of Company. 2.K. A. New Delhi. types of companies .. legal aspects of distinctions between companies and various kinds of business organisations including forms of incorporated and unicorporated associations and Govt. Arbitration Agreement-Format. Calcutta. S Chand & Co. Powers of Arbitrator. The World Press Pvt. : Mercantile Law.

nature. public company. Four questions numbering 2. decision making and business planning.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus.4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. Students will attempt 10 questions. Section A: It will have question No. . The candidates are allowed to use [Non-Scientific] calculator. enterpreneurial behaviur and motivation. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Marks: 100 Note: 1. Each question will carry 20 marks. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question upto five pages in length. Four questions numbering 6. the total weightage being 20 marks.The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. The concept of joint stoke company.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length. The total weightage of this section shall be 40 marks. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Enterpreneurial Development Programmes-Their relevance and achievements. government company. and characteristics of enterpreneurhsip.3. Each question will carry 20 marks.52 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) BBA-306: ENTERPRENEURSHIP AND SMALL BUSINESS Time: 3 Hours M. Innovation and enterpreneurship. Hindu undivided family. Theories of enterpreneurship . The total weightage of the section shall be 40 marks. Critical Evaluation. Part-I Concept of Enterpreneurship : The Enterpreneur: Definition. private company. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions upto five pages in length. Characteristics of Enterpreneur Leadership risk taking. Emergence of enterpreneurial class including women enterpreneurs. partnership company. Role of government in organising such programmes. Socio-economic environment and the enterpreneur.7. 2. Each question will carry two marks.

National Policies for small business development. Intial Strategic Planning. Plan. Small business and modern technology.. B.53 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) Part-II Small Business as a Seed Bed of Enterpreneurship: Concept of business venture. Product and Marketing Scope. and Royce L. . Excise. Government Policies and formalities in setting up a unit. Finance Management in current operations and expansion of capital. Pricke. Mancuso-How to Start. Implementation. 6. The start-up process: Concept. Role of Small Business in the national economy. Finance and Manage Your Own Small Business. R. 2. 4.F. 5. Hall. Basic requirements regarding registration. Government and Non-Governmental assistance.N.: The Role of Small Enterprises in Indian Economic Development. Joseph R. Contribution of Commercial Banks in Promoting and servcing small business. Suggested Readings: 1. risk analysis and financial considerations. Sharma. 3. Kuriloff: Enterpreneurship and Small Business Management. Kenneth R. and Lydall H. Van Voorthis-Enterpreneurship and Small Business Management. Profit Planning in Small Enterprise: Growth Strategies and diversification. P. Hans Schollhammer and Arthur H. Dhar. Factory Act. Legal and tax consideration. Sales Tax.A.: Enterpreneurial Change in Indian Industries. Brahamson-Small Business Management.

Act. Sugar & Textile Industries. MRTP . Growth of large business houses . Small Scale Industry: Role. Large Scale Industry: Progress and problems of Iron-Steel. developing and developed economy. Each question will carry two marks. The total weightage of this section shall be 40 marks. trends in growth and structure of national income. underdeveloped. 1977. Determinants of development. Each question will carry 20 marks.3. Four questions numbering 2. extent of problem and the measures taken by the government to solve it. Problems and measures by the government to solve the problems. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Nature of unemployment in India. size and growth of population in India. Industrial Finance Corporation.The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. Industrial Finance : Sources of Industrial Finance . The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Theory of demographic transition . The candidates are allowed to use [Non-Scientific)] calculator. State Finance Corporations and Industrial Credit & Investment Corporation of India. Students will attempt 10 questions. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question upto five pages in length. 1980 and 1991. Population growth as a retarding factor . population policy. 1956. the total weightage being 20 marks. Meaning of Undeveloped. Estimates of national income . 2. Industry : Industrial Policy in India with emphasis on the policy of 1948. Each question will carry 20 marks. The total weightage of the section shall be 40 marks. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions upto five pages in length. Part-I Nature of Indian Economy. Section A: It will have question No. Four questions numbering 6.7.4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. Marks: 100 Note: 1.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus. Causes of underdevelopment in India.54 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) BBA-307: INDIAN ECONOMY AND BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT Time : 3 Hours M.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length. .

Causes. Todaro : Economics for a Developing World. Inflation : Meaning.55 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) Part-II Economic Planning and Policy: Outlines of Indian Financial System and the Fiscal Policy. Problem of Industrial sickness . Economic System : Features & evaluation of capitalism and socialism Mixed Economy in India. Khan : Indian Financial System. Recommended Books: 1. role and performance of public sector. 4. Business Environment: Economic and non economic factors affecting business environment. achievements and failure of planning in India. Importance of Planning . Joint sector and private sector in India. Brief outline. Objectives. remedies and Government's policies. Paralled economy : Estimates of black money. 3. . consequences and control. Michael P. its extent. Role of Foreign capital and its limitations. types. Export and Import Policies : Export Promotion measures. Francis Cherunilam : Business Environment.Y. M. Ruder Datt & Sundram : Indian Economy. factors responsible and impact of black money. 2.

3. scope and functions Organisation of Personnel Department and its relationship with other departments. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. The total weightage of this section shall be 40 marks. Four questions numbering 2. The candidates are allowed to use [Non-Scientific)] calculator.The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. the total weightage being 20 marks. .1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length. Job description. Transfer and promotion policies. Each question will carry 20 marks. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question upto five pages in length. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions upto five pages in length. basis of remuneration and incentive system. Manpower Planning : Job Analysis. recruitment. Each question will carry 20 marks. The total weightage of the section shall be 40 marks. grievance handing procedure. placement and induction. Wage and salary administration-objectives. Each question will carry two marks. Factors determining labour Management relations. Section A: It will have question No. selection. 2. Marks: 100 Note: 1. Part-II Performance Appraisal-Objectives and techniques. Trade Unionism and collective bargaining. Training and Development : Methods of training and executive development programmes.7.4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. job specification.56 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) BBA-308: OPTION (i) : PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT Time: 3 Hours M. Four questions numbering 6. Time keeping. Introductory idea of worker participation in Management.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus. Part-I Personnel Management : Objectives. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Students will attempt 10 questions.

Production process analysis and planning product designs and developments. Time and Motion Study. Part-II Materials Management : Concept.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length. Four questions numbering 2. make or Buy decision. EOQ. 2. Classification and codification of Inventory. Safety Stock. The total weightage of the section shall be 40 marks. Each question will carry two marks. Demand Forecasting. techniques of quality control.3. . factors affecting productivity and methods of meaning productivity. Production Planning and Control. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Basic Statistical methods.57 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) BBA-308: OPTION (ii): PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT Time : 3 Hours M. Section A: It will have question No. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question upto five pages in length.4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. Types of production system. Leadtime. concept of production management.The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. Statistical Quality Control. control charts for attributes and variables. Inventory Control Methods : ABC Analysis.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus. Productivity. Marks: 100 Note: 1. Each question will carry 20 marks. Inventory Control. minimum and maximum stock level. Four questions numbering 6. Part-I Role and scope of Production Management. Quality Control. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions upto five pages in length. The candidates are allowed to use [Non-Scientific)] calculator.7. Each question will carry 20 marks. objectives and function. The total weightage of this section shall be 40 marks. Purchase of Material. Plant Location and layout. Students will attempt 10 questions. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. the total weightage being 20 marks.

8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus. Sales promotion.3. the total weightage being 20 marks. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Part-I MARKETING : Meaning.4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. Marks: 100 Note: 1. 2. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions upto five pages in length. tools and their utility.7. Each question will carry two marks.The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. Each question will carry 20 marks. Types and techniques. . Section A: It will have question No. States of demand and tasks of marketing manager. Each question will carry 20 marks. traditional and modern concepts of marketing and its functions. Personal Selling-Role.58 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) BBA-308: OPTION (iii): MARKETING MANAGEMENT Time : 3 Hours M. The candidates are allowed to use [Non-Scientific)] calculator. Four questions numbering 6. Four questions numbering 2. Marketing management : Meaning and Evolution. MARKET : Meaning and types . The total weightage of the section shall be 40 marks.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length. The total weightage of this section shall be 40 marks. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question upto five pages in length. Concept of marketing mix and various elements of mix. Students will attempt 10 questions.

Role of Marketing in Non-Profit organisations.C. Consumer Behaviour : Meaning. Philip Kotler : Marketing Management. C.59 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) Part-II Market Segmentation-Meaning. Factor affecting buying behaviour. Marketing of Services-Various strategies. Export Marketing-Various decisions involved in the process. .B. process & buying behaviour. Basis and importance. 2. Mamoria : Marketing Management. Developing Appropriate marketing Organisation Structure.S. J. 3. 4. Gandhi : Marketing-A Managerial Approach. Importance of marketing with special reference to India. R. Review and control of Marketing Operations. Levels and process. Davar : Marketing Management. Recommended Readings: 1.

60 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) BBA-308: OPTION (iv): OPERATIONS RESEARCH Time: 3 Hours M. Four questions numbering 2.8 and 9 will be set by the examiner from part-II of the syllabus.4 and 5 will be set by the examiner from Part-I of the syllabus. Section A: It will have question No. 2. Section B: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions upto five pages in length. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. by Graphical Method.P. Each question will carry 20 marks. Each question will carry two marks. Part-I Definition. Each question will carry 20 marks. Solution of L. general rules of converting any primal into its dual.3. Section C: It will consist of essay type/numerical questions with answer to each question upto five pages in length. The total weightage of the section shall be 40 marks. Simplex Method and Two phase Simplex Method. The total weightage of this section shall be 40 marks.7. The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions. Transportation problem.P. Solution by Hungarian Assignment. . Transportation Problem : Model initial feasible Solution by NWCM.P. The candidates are allowed to use [Non-Scientific)] calculator. Students will attempt 10 questions. Four questions numbering 6. significance and scope of Operations Research.. maximization and minimization problem. Marks: 100 Note: 1. Duality in Linear Programming: Definition of Dual Problem.1 consisting of 12 very short answer questions from the entire syllabus with answer to each question upto five lines in length.The question paper covering the entire course shall be divided into three sections. Assignment problem: Definition. stepping stone.P. LCM and VAM Optimality Test : Modi. Linear Programming problem: Mathematical formulation of L. the total weightage being 20 marks.

R. Narender K. N. Costs involved in Inventory problem. Minimax (Maximin) criterion for mixed strategy problem. Sequencing. Kapoor : Operations Research. Economic Lot Size system with different rates of demand in different cycles. Solution of Games with Saddle Points. Minimax-Maximum Criterion. Rectangular games without saddle points. Barry Shore : Quantitative Methods for Business Decisions . Deterministic Model. Economic Lot size system. C.D. Sethi : Operations Management. Saddle Point. 6. Inventory Models: Introduction. 5. . 2.61 BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Part-III) Part-II Game Theory: Introduction. Mixed Strategy. Kothari : Operation Research. Application of PERT CPM techniques to Project Scheduling – An Introductory approach. Suggested Readings: 1. V. Replacement Models. Text and cases. Gordon/Pressman : Quantitative Decisions making for Business. 3. Basic Definitions. Economic lot size with finite rate of replenishment.K. 4. Definition of Inventory Problem. Vohra : Quantitative Techniques in Management.