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ORIENTATION BOOKLET
Academic Details and other Important Materials for FW/09-11/1st Term IIPM Dated: 28th August, 2009

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Content:
1. Class time schedule 2. Session Plans
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CESD HRS – 1 Business Law MIMD Mgmt. Accounting Micro Eco. Marketing Mgmt. Organization Behavior OEAEL QT I QT II System Essentials

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3. List of Academic Associates 4. Whom to contact for what – at a glance 5. Rules for Exemption along with Exemption form 6. Ready Reckoner for important rules and regulations 7. Adjoinder to students’ code of conduct

Class schedule for FW-9-11/1st Term

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Days 11:30 TO 12:30 P.M. Management AccountingProf. Tarak Shah 12:30 TO 1:30 P.M. System EssentialsProf.Arun Varghese ( Computer Lab) QT-1Prof. Soumya Deb Executive Communicati onProf.Kaushik Das CESDU.K.Srivast av 1:30 TO 2:30 P.M. Management AccountingProf. Tarak Shah 2:30 TO 3:30 P.M. 3:30 TO 4:30 TO 4:30 P.M. 5:30 P.M. QT-1- Prof. Chirag Trivedi QT- IIProf. Chetan Jhaveri Marketing Managem entProf. Bimal Bhatt HRS-Prof Nimrat Singh QT- IIProf. Chetan Jhaveri Organizat ion Behaviour - Prof. Karen Varghese 5:30 TO 6:30 P.M. Mon QT- II- Prof. Chetan Jhaveri

Tue

Organization BehaviourProf. Karen Varghese

QT-1- Prof. Soumya Deb

Marketing Management - Prof. Bimal Bhatt

Micro EconomicsProf. Jharna Pathak- (6:00 To 7:00 P.M.) Micro EconomicsProf. Jharna Pathak- (6:00 To 7:00 P.M.) QT- II- Prof. Chetan Jhaveri

Wed

MIMD- Prof. Amit Saraswat

Management AccountingProf. Tarak Shah Executive Communication Prof.Kaushik Das

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HRS-Prof Nimrat Singh

Thu

Business Law- Prof. Tejpal Sheth

Marketing Management - Prof. Bimal Bhatt Management AccountingProf. Tarak Shah

Fri

OEAELProf. Sudipt Laik

OEAELProf. Sudipt Laik

QT-1- Prof. Chirag Trivedi

MIMD- Prof. Amit Saraswat

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Session Plans

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COURSE TITLE COURSE DURATION COURSE CREDITS FACULTY : COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC SYSTEM : 1 hour per week for 10 weeks : 1 : PROF. U. K. SRIVASTAVA Aims: To introduce students to comparative study of economic systems drawing on literature from economics and history Develop a critical understanding of different explanations of long-term economic transformations, alternative ways of assessing economic performance and alternative forms of coordination Course objectives: Understand the main theoretical explanations of economic transformation; Demonstrate a knowledge of the early histories of capitalism and Soviet Socialism and of recent developments in the economies of Russia, Cuba, China and Eastern Europe; Understand and evaluate policy debates on the transition to soviet Socialism and on the transition to the market in the post – Soviet period; Demonstrate knowledge of alternative models of economic organization and the criteria used to evaluate them.

Class Schedule No of Topic class es 1 Economic System and its functional

Sub-Topics Introduction to concept of economic system and basic differentiating features of economic systems

Enhance rs

Readings a)Material used by the Instructor to be put up on the students server at the end of the class.* b) Basic Recommended Texts*** Same as the session 1 • Wanted : A more decent world* ( The week
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Capitalism

Concept, features, working and problems of boom and burst, Keynesian theory

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3 Economic systems Marxist theory -Communism Communist system in operation and its decline Concept, working, and downfall Quiz I 5 marks April5, 2009) Reading: Same as session 1 a)Same as on session 1 b) Soviet Economy-an Experiment that was bound to fail. ** c) Decline of left in Australia 19742004 Same as on session 1 Supplemente d by internet down load Readings: Same as on session 1 Readings: Same as on session 1 Debate /discussio n MNCs good/ .bad for India Submissio n of hard copy Submissio n of hard copy Readings: Same as on session 1

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Case of Soviet Economic system (Transition from Socialist to Capitalist Economics system)

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Communist system in operation and its decline Mixed Economy

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Case study of Chinese Economic System(Transition from Socialist to Capitalist Economics system) Concept working, benefits externalities and cost externalities Economic reforms liberalization Logic of MNCs and there growth drivers

Quiz II

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Mixed economy, Indian experience The emergence of corporation and MNCs Project Presentation

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Group I Group II Group III Group IV

Project Presentation / doubt clearing Gradin Quiz (10%)

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g Project (30%)---Final exam (60%) (In lieu of mid term exam) *Material will be put on the study server **Material available at library Basic recommended Texts: Economic Systems and Analysis, Abhinav Paliwal and Avinash Mehra (Book land), Comparative System by BR George & Robert C. Stuart (Houghton Misslion) Co. Boston) ***Material to be made available by the Institute Other References In addition the students are advised to read business dailies ( Economic Times, Financial Express, Business Standard and Business Line) and Business periodicals ( Business India, Business Today, Business world) and journals like HBR as regularly as they can.

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COURSE TITLE COURSE DURATION COURSE CREDITS FACULTY : HUMAN RESOURCE SYSTEM - I : 2 hours per week for 10 weeks : 2 : PROF. NIMRAT SINGH

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Case Study and Class Discussions A brief report on any 2 major historical breakthroughs in Human Resource Management Thinking

Assignments: Pre session and Post session

Books/Reading materials

SS.0102/PGP/FW/0911/T.1

Introduction to HRM; Strategic HRM; Evolution of HR Function

SS.0304/PGP/FW/0911/T.1

Human Resource Planning

Case Study and Class Discussions

SS.0506/PGP/FW/0911/T.1

Job Analysis

Case Study and Class Discussions

SS.07, 08, 09/PGP/FW/0911/T.1

Recruitment; Case Study and Assessment, Class Discussions Selection of employees

Ch: 1-Human Resource Management by Fisher, Schoenfeldt and Shaw. Ch: 1- Human Resource Management by Gary Dessler Additional Reading Materials Provided Ch: 3-Human Resource Management by Fisher, Schoenfeldt and Shaw. Ch: 4- Human Resource Management by Gary Dessler Additional Reading Materials Provided Ch: 4-Human Resource Management by Fisher, Schoenfeldt and Shaw. Ch: 3- Human Resource Management by Gary Dessler Additional Reading Materials Provided Ch: 6, 7 & 8Human Resource Management by Fisher,

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FORMAT: Pedagogy consisting of: • • Lectures supported by case and article discussion Case Reading/ Discussion/ Presentation by students

EVALUATION PATTERN: Internal assessment Case Study Assignments Class Participation : : 30 % marks : 4% 11%

End Semester Project & Presentation*: 11% (Project to be undertaken by a group of 5 members only) Quizzes End Term assessment : 4% : 70 % marks

End Term assessment could be a subjective or objective type question paper or a combination of both. The final discretion lies with the faculty. *Topics for the End Semester Projects will be announced later.

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COURSE TITLE COURSE DURATION COURSE CREDITS FACULTY : BUSINESS LAW : 1 Hour per week for 10 weeks : 1 : PROF. TEJPAL SHETH COURSE OUTLINE: MBA- BUSINESS LAW FW/ 2009-11/ T- I Lecture No. 1 Contract Act • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Introduction- Why to study Contract Act? Agreement Essential elements of Valid Contract Capacity of Parties Offer and acceptance – Rules Free consent Consideration Legality of the Object and Consideration Void Agreements Contingent Contracts Performance of Contracts Discharge of Contracts Quasi Contracts Remedies for Breach of Contract How contract for sale of goods made ? Difference between sale and other contracts Transfer of Ownership Rules regarding delivery of goods Condition and warranties Unpaid sellers right Auction sale Negotiability Types of negotiable instrument Bills of exchange Promissory notes Cheques Crossing of cheques e-cheque holder and holder in due course dishonor of cheque Goods and service Consumer Rights of consumer Unfair trade practice Redressed mechanism-3 levels Applicability of act
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Lecture No. 2 (Contract Act)

Lecture No. 3 (Contract Act)

Lecture No. 4 (Sales of goods Act) Lecture No. 5 (Sales of goods Act) Lecture No. 6 (Negotiable Instrument Act) Lecture No. 7 (Negotiable Instrument Act)

Lecture No. 8 (Consumer protection Act)

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(Cyber law) • • • • • • • • Lecture No. 10 (IPR) Offences under cyber law Few decided cases What precaution should be taken by manager ? What is IPR Trade mark Patent Geographical indicator Copy rights

Resources : 1. N. D. Kapor – Business and mercantile law 2. www.wipo.int 3. www.tejpalsheth.blogspot.com 4. Business Law by S.S Gulshan 5. Business Laws by P.C Tulsian; Tata McGraw Hill 6. Business Law, M.C Kuchhal, Vikas Publishing House 7. Mercantile Law by P.R Chadha, Galgotia Publishing Internal Mark Distribution : MCQ TEST IN CLASSROOM MID-TERM EXAM CLASS PARTICIPATION 5.0% 10.0% 15.0%

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TITLE COURSE DURATION COURSE CREDITS FACULTY : MANAGERIAL INFORMATION DECISION MAKING (MIDM) : 2 hour per week for 10 weeks : 2 : PROF. AMIT SARASWAT FOR

Aims: To introduce students to analytical decision making using research methods. Develop a critical understanding of different research methods. Understanding the objectives of the business, management, setting up research process, collecting data as per the objectives of the research. Analyzing the data, using statistical tools.

Course objectives: Understanding the information needs of the management. Using statistical tools to analyze data. Class Schedule No of Topic classe s

Sub-Topics Introduction and scope; basic vs. applied research; role of business research in decision making; problem/ opportunity identification, selection and resolution plus implementation; factors affecting business research; business research reports

Readings a)Material used by the Instructor to be put up on the students server at the end of the class. b) Basic Recommend ed Texts***

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RESEARCH METHODOLG Y IN BUSINESS

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5,6,7,8 RESEARCH DESIGN Same as the Meaning and need; session 1 characteristics of a good design; concepts of research design; research hypothesis, experimental and no experimental hypothesis testing research; experimental and control groups; actual experiments and treatments; classification of research designs; benefits.

ATTITUDE MEASUREME NT AND SAMPLING TECHNIQUES 9,10,11

Identification and decision Reading: about variables to be measured; Same as measurement scales-nominal, session 1 ordinal, interval ratio; criteria for good measurement; sources of measurement problems. Components of attitude; attitude scales; types of scales Definition and concepts of sampling design; typesprobability and non probability; steps in sampling process; criteria for selecting an appropriate sampling design; sampling errors; internet sampling; determining sample size for problems involving means and proportions Types of data – primary vs. secondary with their a)Same as on advantages and disadvantages; session syndicated data. Survey research: types; errors in survey research Questionnaire method; designing of questionnaire; formulating questions, sequencing them, pretesting,
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QUESTIONNA IRE CONSTRUCTI ON AND DATA COLLECTION

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revising and final draft; qualitative research: types, methods, and challenges.

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HYPOTHESIS TESTING AND DATA ANALYSIS

Testing of hypothesis; type I and II errors; 2 tailed and 1 tailed tests; tests of significance; chi square test.

Same as on session 1 Suppleme nted by internet down load Readings: Same as on session 1

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DATA ANALYSIS –2: CORRELATIO N AND REGESSION CORRELATIO N AND REGESSION

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Correlation: types; methods of studying Regression: scatter diagram, regression line and least square method; regression coef.; standard errors of estimates; application of simple and multiple regressions Project Presentations

Basic recommended Texts: Research Methods (by) William M. K. Trochin (Biztantra: II Ed(Basic Text) Business Research Methods (by) Donald R. Cooper (TMH: Latest Edition) (Supplementary Text) Other References Marketing Research – N. K Malhotra

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COURSE TITLE COURSE DURATION COURSE CREDITS FACULTY Overall Evaluation Pattern

: MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING : 4 hours. Per week for 10 weeks : 4 : PROF. TARAK SHAH

50 Marks Internal Evaluation 50 Marks End-Term Evaluation
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Break-up of Internal Evaluation Assignments Term Project Quizs : 10 Class Participation : 5 Marks : 30 Marks Marks : 5 Marks Class Session Plans Class sessi on Class Discussion/ Exercise/Topics Assignment : Pre-session and PostSession Pre-Session assignment None Materials/Sources of Materials/Books/Hando uts

Introduction to Management Accounting 1,2 1. Meaning and Scope of Management accounting, Cost accounting, and Financial Accounting. nt (Modern Approach) 2. Role and Scope of Management accounting 3. Similarity and Difference between management accounting and cost accounting. 4. Role of management account in a company. 5. Management accounting as a career. Preparation of Statements of Financial Information Introduction

Handouts given by faculty member. Book – Management Accounting by Khan & Jain, Tata Mc-Graw Hill publication

Post – Session assignment None

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Pre-Session assignment None

Management Accounting by Khan & Jain, Tata Mc-Graw Hill publication
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Contents of profitability statements like  Trading Account  Profit & Loss A/c  P & L Appropriation A/c Contents of Balance sheet Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) Post – Session assignment None

Financial Statement Analysis 5,6,7, 8,9,1 0, 11 1. Meaning of Financial statement analysis 2. Need for financial statement analysis for different stakeholders 3. Tools and Techniques of financial statement analysis 4. Ratio Analysis  Meaning or ratio & ratio analysis  Profitability, liquidity, efficiency and capital structure ratios  Various approaches/methods of ratio analysis

Pre-Session assignment None

Handouts of Balance sheet and Profit and Loss account formats Balance sheet and Profit and Loss Account of Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

Post – Session assignment Written submission of Case on Consolidated Steels Ltd.

Case study on Consolidated Steels Ltd. Book – Management Accounting by Khan & Jain, Tata Mc-Graw Hill publication

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Basic Cost and Management Concepts Types Of Cost On The Basis Of 1. Nature Of Element 2. Functions 3. Direct And Indirect

Pre-Session assignment None Handouts given by faculty members. Practical Sums on Ratio Analysis
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19, 20, 21 & 22 4. Variability 5. Controllability 6. Normality 7. Capital And Revenue 8. Time 9. Planning And Control 10. Managerial Decisions Cost units Cost centers Cost behavior and cost estimation Techniques of costing Cost Allocation 23, 24 Meaning of Overheads Classification of overhead on the basis of 1. Functions 2. Behaviour of overhead 3. Element wise Steps in overhead accounting 4. Procedure for apportionment of overhead 5. Types of Department 6. Basis of apportionment 7. Principles of apportionment of overhead costs 8. Re-apportionment of service department cost to production department 9. Problems-solution discussion Method of Costing Job Costing
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Post – Session assignment Written Submission on Practical sums.

Book – Management Accounting by Khan & Jain, Tata Mc-Graw Hill publication Book – Financial Management by I M Pandey

Pre-Session assignment None

Handouts on Cost Terms and Cost Allocation Case let handout on “Three Dog Bakery”. This case let will be discussed in the classroom.

Post – Session assignment Written submission of case let on “Three Dog Bakery”.

Book – Cost Accounting – A Managerial Emphasis by Hongren, Datar and Foster

Pre-Session assignment

Handouts will be given by Faculty members

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25, 26, 27, 28 1. Meaning 2. Job cost sheet 3. Sums Unit Costing Preparation of Cost sheet Preparation of estimated cost sheet or Tender Sums Operating Costing Operating costs Cost Unit Collection of Costing data Transport costing and its cost accumulation procedure None Handouts of Case let on Nantucket Nectars. This will be discussed in class. Book – Cost Accounting – A Managerial Emphasis by Hongren, Datar and Foster

Post – Session assignment Written Submission of Case on Nantuket Nectars Pre-Session assignment None

Joint Product and ByProduct costing 29, 30, 31, 32 1. Distinction between joint product and Byproduct 2. Co-Products 3. Accounting for joint products Average unit cost method Physical unit method Survey method Contribution margin method Market value method

Handouts will be given by the faculty members Handouts of case let on Dell Computers. This case will be discussed in the classroom.

Post – Session assignment Case on Dell Computers

Book - Cost Accounting – A Managerial Emphasis by Hongren, Datar and Foster

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33, 34 Cost-Volume Profit Analysis and Break Even Analysis Simulation Exercise 1. The relationship of costs and profits within volumes 2. Practical use of CVP analysis in business 3. Marginal costing 4. Marginal costing and absorption costing distinguished 5. Break-even-point 6. Contribution margin approach 7. Use of break-even analysis 8. Applying CVP analysis 9. CVP analysis with multiple products 10. Assumption of CVP analysis 11. Break-Even Analysis Simulation Exercise by Multimedia aid.. 35, 36, 37 Budgeting & Budgetary Control 1. Meaning of budgeting control 2. Elements of management planning and control system 3. Role of accounting information 4. Budgeting as a tool of management planning and control 5. Application of the budget 6. Deriving the budget figures 7. selecting the time frame 8. Limiting or Principal Pre-Session assignment None Handouts of Case on Store – 24. This case will be discussed in the class. Post – Session assignment Written submission on Case on Store – 24
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Pre-Session assignment None

Practical sums handouts given by Faculty member Handout of Case study on Memory Manufacturing Company. It will be discussed in the class. Book - Cost Accounting – A Managerial Emphasis by Hongren, Datar and Foster

Post – Session assignment Written assignment of Case on Memory Manufacturin g Company

Handouts of Practical sums in all the sessions

Book - Cost Accounting – A Managerial Emphasis by Hongren, Datar and Foster

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budget factor 9. The budgeting process Budgeting Budgeting Budgeting expenses Budgeting expenses Budgeting sales production administration selling cash (the case will be discussed in between of the three sessions)

10. Fixed and Flexible budget 38, 39, 40 Pre-Session assignment None

Practical Sums on How to prepare the budget and budgeting process. Handouts will be given by faculty members. Handouts on theoretical topics

Post – Session assignment Written submission of Case on McDonald’s Corporation: Flexible budgets and standards (Before the session as directed by faculty member)

Case let on McDonald’s Corporation: Flexible budgets and standards. Book - Cost Accounting – A Managerial Emphasis by Hongren, Datar and Foster

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COURSE TITLE COURSE DURATION COURSE CREDITS FACULTY : MICRO ECONOMICS : 2 hour per week for 10 weeks : 2 : PROF. JHARNA PATHAK

Class

Topics
Introducing Macroeconomics to Management Students

Assignment s
Weight age of this session: 10 % of the total

Materials and Books to refer
Basic Text: Macroeconomics by Richard T Froyen Other Text: Macroeconomics Theories & policies By Dwivedi Macroeconomic policies by H.L Ahuja Macroeconomic Analysis & policy by Chaturvedi Macroeconomics by N Gregory Mankiw Read daily Economic Times Planning India by Prof Arindam Chaudhuri Basic Text: Macroeconomics by Richard T Froyen Other Text: Macroeconomics Theories & policies By Dwivedi Macroeconomic policies by H.L Ahuja Macroeconomic Analysis & policy by Chaturvedi Macroeconomics by N Gregory Mankiw Read daily Economic Times Planning India by Prof Arindam Chaudhuri Basic Text: Macroeconomics by Richard T Froyen
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FW/0911/T.1

FW/0911/T.1

National Income and Related Aggregates

Additional Work : Small class quiz No. MAE/WQ.01/PGP/FW/0 9-11/T.1/S.1

Weight age of this session: 10 % of the total

FW/0911/T.2

The Consumption Function

Additional Work : Small class quiz No. MAE/WQ.01/PGP/FW/0

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9-11/T.1/S.1 Weight age of this session: 10 % of the total

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Investment Decisions

Additional Work : Small class quiz No. MAE/WQ.01/PGP/FW/0 9-11/T.1/S.1

Weight age of this session: 10 % of the total

FW/0911/T.1

Business Cycles

Additional Work : Small class quiz No. MAE/WQ.01/PGP/FW/0 9-11/T.1/S.1

Weight age of this session: 5 % of the total

Other Text: Macroeconomics Theories & policies By Dwivedi Macroeconomic policies by H.L Ahuja Macroeconomic Analysis & policy by Chaturvedi Macroeconomics by N Gregory Mankiw Read daily Economic Times Planning India by Prof Arindam Chaudhuri Basic Text: Macroeconomics by Richard T Froyen Other Text: Macroeconomics Theories & policies By Dwivedi Macroeconomic policies by H.L Ahuja Macroeconomic Analysis & policy by Chaturvedi Macroeconomics by N Gregory Mankiw Read daily Economic Times Planning India by Prof Arindam Chaudhuri Basic Text: Macroeconomics by Richard T Froyen Other Text: Macroeconomics Theories & policies By Dwivedi Macroeconomic policies by H.L Ahuja Macroeconomic Analysis & policy by Chaturvedi Macroeconomics by N Gregory Mankiw Read daily Economic Times Planning India by
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Monetary System: Demand for and Supply of Money Monetary System: Commercial and Central Banking Macro Economic Ratios Additional Work : Small class quiz No. MAE/WQ.01/PGP/FW/0 9-11/T.1/S.1

Weight age of this session: 10 % of the total

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Inflation

Additional Work : Small class quiz No. MAE/WQ.01/PGP/FW/0 9-11/T.1/S.1

Weight age of this session: 10 % of the total

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MIDTERM Economic Growth and Planning

Weight age of this session: 5 % of the total

Prof Arindam Chaudhuri Basic Text: Macroeconomics by Richard T Froyen Other Text: Macroeconomics Theories & policies By Dwivedi Macroeconomic policies by H.L Ahuja Macroeconomic Analysis & policy by Chaturvedi Macroeconomics by N Gregory Mankiw Read daily Economic Times Planning India by Prof Arindam Chaudhuri Basic Text: Macroeconomics by Richard T Froyen Other Text: Macroeconomics Theories & policies By Dwivedi Macroeconomic policies by H.L Ahuja Macroeconomic Analysis & policy by Chaturvedi Macroeconomics by N Gregory Mankiw Read daily Economic Times Planning India by Prof Arindam Chaudhuri Basic Text: Macroeconomics by Richard T Froyen Other Text: Macroeconomics Theories & policies By Dwivedi Macroeconomic policies by H.L Ahuja Macroeconomic Analysis & policy by Chaturvedi
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Economic Growth and Planning Macro Economic Policy: Monetary Policy Additional Work : Small class quiz No. MAE/WQ.01/PGP/FW/0 9-11/T.1/S.1

Weight age of this session: 10 % of the total

FW/0911/T.1

Macro Economic Policy: Fiscal Policy Macro Economic Policy: Physical Policy

Additional Work : Small class quiz No. MAE/WQ.08/PGP/SS/06 -08/T.4/S.1

Weight age of this session: 10 % of the total

FW/0911/T.1

International Economics

Additional Work : Small class quiz No. MAE/WQ.01/PGP/FW/0 9-11/T.1/S.1

Macroeconomics by N Gregory Mankiw Read daily Economic Times Planning India by Prof Arindam Chaudhuri Basic Text: Macroeconomics by Richard T Froyen Other Text: Macroeconomics Theories & policies By Dwivedi Macroeconomic policies by H.L Ahuja Macroeconomic Analysis & policy by Chaturvedi Macroeconomics by N Gregory Mankiw Read daily Economic Times Planning India by Prof Arindam Chaudhuri Basic Text: Macroeconomics by Richard T Froyen Other Text: Macroeconomics Theories & policies By Dwivedi Macroeconomic policies by H.L Ahuja Macroeconomic Analysis & policy by Chaturvedi Macroeconomics by N Gregory Mankiw Read daily Economic Times Planning India by Prof Arindam Chaudhuri Basic Text: Macroeconomics by Richard T Froyen Other Text: Macroeconomics Theories & policies By Dwivedi
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Weight age of this session: 10 % of the total

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Macro Economic Environment and Business Decisions Macro Economic Database and Sources Final Presentation and Doubt clearance session

Additional Work : Small class quiz No. MAE/WQ.01/PGP/FW/0 9-11/T.1/S.1

Weight age of this session: 10 % of the total

Macroeconomic policies by H.L Ahuja Macroeconomic Analysis & policy by Chaturvedi Macroeconomics by N Gregory Mankiw Read daily Economic Times Planning India by Prof Arindam Chaudhuri Basic Text: Macroeconomics by Richard T Froyen Other Text: Macroeconomics Theories & policies By Dwivedi Macroeconomic policies by H.L Ahuja Macroeconomic Analysis & policy by Chaturvedi Macroeconomics by N Gregory Mankiw Read daily Economic Times Planning India by Prof Arindam Chaudhuri

COURSE TITLE COURSE DURATION COURSE CREDITS FACULTY

: MARKETING MANAGEMENT : 3 hour per week for 10 weeks : 3 : PROF. BIMAL BHATT
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Class Discussion/Topic

SS.01,02 / PGP / 09-11 / T.1/S.1

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NATURE, SCOPE, AND IMPORTANCE OF MARKETING  Meaning and pervasiveness of marketing  Changing business environment in India & need for marketing MARKETING MANAGEMENT by Kotler, Keller, Koshy  Definition(s) of marketing: Product oriented, customer oriented, system oriented definitions  Nature of marketing: Customer focussed; mutually beneficial relationships…  Scope of marketing: R&D; exchange; physical handling; exchange facilitation  Importance of marketing: Provision of utility; psychic satisfaction  Marketing management: Management dimension; purpose  Marketing and other functions  Marketing philosophies: Production, product, sales, marketing, societal marketing concept  Hurdles in adoption of marketing philosophy  Latest buzzwords: Morph marketing; permission marketing; ambush marketing; guerrilla marketing… MARKETING MANAGEMENT PROCESS  Scope: Organizing; analysing; selecting; developing; managing  Organizing: Company, business, products; steps involved  Analyzing: New opportunities; evaluation  Selection: Demand measurement & forecasting; STP  Development: Strategy development  Managing: Management of self and competitors  Implementation: Action program; organizational structure; organizational climate, etc.  Control: Annual plan, profitability, and strategic controls MARKETING ENVIRONMENT Meaning and typology; why scan environment?  Demographic, political, socio cultural, economic, physical/natural, technological, and regulatory environment  Stakeholders (employees, financial partners, suppliers, intermediaries) related environment  Customer related environment: Demographic, psychographic, behavioural, and geographic factors  Competitive environment  Environment scanning system: Marketing information system; scenario building, etc. MARKETING PROBING  Marketing research: Meaning & scope; process; survey methods; sampling process  Marketing information system  Demand estimation & sales forecasting: Meaning; information needs; approaches to estimation; method involved; selection of suitable method CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR  Meaning; why study  Study of the market through 10 O’s: Occupant, options, objects, objectives, outlays, operations, occasions, objections, organization, outlets  Consumer buying behaviour models  Factors influencing consumption: Personal (demographic, psychological, etc) and non personal (culture, group norms, etc)  Consumer decision process: five stages in buying, consuming, and evaluating. SEGMENTATION AND TARGETING  Meaning and need for segmentation & targeting  Benefits of segmentation  Requisites of effective segmentation  Alternative approaches to segmentation  Bases for segmentation  Targeting: various approaches  Targeting strategies: Undifferentiated; differentiated; concentrated

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Books/Readin g materials ***

A-CH-1 B-CH-1 C-CH-1 & Jha. D-PART-1

Marks in end term exam (%) 4

SS.03,04 / PGP /09-11 / T.1/S.1

A-CH-2 B-CH-4 C-CH-2 D-PART-3

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SS.05,06 / PGP / 09-11 / T.1/S.1

A-CH-3 B-CH-6 D-PART-2

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SS.07,08 / PGP / 09-11 / T.1/S.1

A-CH-4 B-CH-5 D-PART-4

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SS.09,10 / PGP / 09-11 / T.1/S.1

A-CH-6 B-CH-7,8 C-CH-7,8 D-PART-4

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SS.11,12,13 / PGP / 09-11 / T.1/S.1

A-CH-8 B-CH-10 C-CH-9 D-PART-4

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BOOKS Armstrong. Namakumari. FORMAT: Pedagogy consisting of: • • Lectures supported by case and article discussion Case Reading/ Discussion/ Presentation by students B - MARKETING MANAGEMENT by Kotler & Peggy Cunningham. C – Principles of MARKETING MANAGEMENT by Kotler & D - MARKETING MANAGEMENT by V.S.Ramaswami & S.

EVALUATION PATTERN: (A) INTERNAL ASSESSMENT : 10 % : : 5% 5% 5 % (Project to be undertaken by a group of 5 members only) : 5% ---------------------------------------30 % TOTAL INTERNAL ---------------------------------------70 % MARKS : 30 % MARKS

Assignments Surprise Tests Class Participation Syndicate Presentation: Quiz

( B ) END TERM ASSESSMENT :

FORMAT: Pedagogy consisting of: • Lectures supported by case and article discussion • Case Reading/ Discussion/ Presentation by students

EVALUATION PATTERN: Internal assessment: 30 % marks
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Assignments Guest Lecture Quiz : Class Participation : : 10 % 5% 5% Final project report and presentation: 10%. For end term projects students need to make a group of five. End Term assessment: 70 % marks End Term assessment could be a subjective or objective type question paper or a combination of both. The final discretion lies with the faculty.

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COURSE TITLE COURSE DURATION COURSE CREDITS FACULTY Topics to be covered

: ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR : 2 hour per week for 10 weeks : 2 : PROF. KAREN VARGHESE

1, 2, 3, 4. CONTEXT OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOR 10, 11, 12, 13, 14. INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS 15, 16, 17, 18. GROUP DYNAMICS 19 & 20 Group Presentations Books that you can refer: 1. Organization Theory by Stephen P. Robbins 2. Organization Theory, Design and Change by Gereth R. Jones 3. Organizational Behaviour by Fred Luthans, Tenth Edition 4. Organizational Behaviour by John W. Newstrom & Keith Davis 5. Managing Organizational Behaviour by Randolph/ Blackburn 6. Organizational behaviour by Joe Kelly 7. Organizational Behaviour by Moorhead/ Griffin 8. Organizational Behaviour by Stephen P Robbins 9. Human Relations and Organisational Behaviour by R. S. Dwivedi Internal Marks break – up 1. Mid – term (1 midterm in a term)
2.

05 Marks 05 Marks
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4. Assignments (Case study and written assignments) 15 Marks The internal assessment can contribute 30 marks towards your final count and it is mandatory to submit every assignment, presentation, quiz and midterm

COURSE TITLE COURSE DURATION COURSE CREDITS FACULTY

: OEAEL : 2 hour per week for 10 weeks : 2 : PROF. SUDIPT LAIK

Session Plan Sessio n No. 1&2 3&4 Particulars Case 1 - IN PRAISE OF THE PURPLE COW Case – 2 - WHISTLEBLOWER IS THE REAL 'EMBARRASSMENT' TO BOEING 5&6 7&8 9 & 10 Case – 3 - ALIGNING STRATEGY AND PEOPLE AT UNILEVER Case – 4 - NESTLÉ Case – 5 - ORACLE: GLOBALISATION, VIRTUALISATION AND MANAGING INDIVIDUALS 11 & 12 13 &14 Case – 6 - NETNOIR INC. Case -7 - RESERVE MANAGEMENT
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15 & 16 17 & 18 19 & 20 Case 8 - PROFESSIONAL VIDEO MANAGEMENT Case – 9 - HOW TO REALIGN ERP APPLICATIONS AND SLASH COSTS Case – 10 - THE CAMPUS WEDDING

COURSE TITLE COURSE DURATION COURSE CREDITS FACULTY

: : :

QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES-1 2 hours per week for 10 weeks : 2 PROF. SOUMYA DEB HAZRA

CLASS SESSION: Class Class Discussions/ Exercise/ Topics Assignments: Pre-session and Post-session Pre-session assignment: Thorough Reading of the previous classMaterials/ sources of materials/bo oks/ Handouts

SS.01/PGP/0 9-11/T.1/S.1 To SS.04/PGP/0 9-11/T.1/S.1

MATRICES AND DETERMINANTS • Definition • Types of matrices

Class handouts will • Matrix operations – be sufficient notes & whatever ------------------addition, subtraction, ------multiplication and handouts will be given in the division. Quantitative • Determinants and its class. Techniques in
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applications • Inverse method • Division of 2 * 2 matrix & also division of 3 * 3 matrixes. • Cramer’s rule. • Applications based problems of Matrices – Addition & Multiplication. • Applications based problems of Matrices – Multiplication & Division. • Continuation of Applications based problems of Matrices – Addition & Multiplication. • Continuation of Applications based problems of Matrices – Multiplication & Division • Gauss elimination rule. Management Post session assignment: Author: Thorough Vohra Reading of the class-notes & Publisher: whatever Tata McGraw handouts will be Hill given in the class. Assignment:: Weightage wil be conveyed later of the final internal marks.

Class

Class Discussions/ Exercise/ Topics

Assignments: Pre-session and Post-session Pre-session assignment: Thorough Reading of the previous class-

Materials/ sources of materials/bo oks/ Handouts

SS.05/PGP/0 9-11/T.1/S.1 To SS.10/PGP/0 9-11/T.1/S.1

MARKOV ANALYSIS Principle application and in its business

Class handouts will • Prediction of market be sufficient notes & whatever ------------------shares for future periods handouts will be ------and at equilibrium. given in the Quantitative • Evaluation of marketing class. Techniques in problems, namely:
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strategies improvement in for market Management Post session assignment: Author: shares. Thorough Vohra Reading of the • Inventory control and class-notes & Publisher: control of whatever Tata McGraw handouts will be Hill maintenance/repair cost given in the • Markov’s chain process class. problems Set 1. • Basic and probability probability concepts Assignment::

Weightage wil be conveyed later of rules – marginal/simple the final internal marks. probability, conditional and joint probability. • Markov’s chain process problems Set 2 & 3 • The concept of

probability distributions. • Application concepts of in

probability

business / management. Class Class Discussions/ Exercise/ Topics Assignments: Pre-session and Post-session Materials/ sources of materials/bo oks/ Handouts

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Pre-session assignment: PROBABILITY & ITS Thorough APPLICATION IN Reading of the BUSINESS / Class MANAGEMENT previous class- handouts will be sufficient • Basic probability notes & whatever ------------------concepts and handouts will be ------probability rules – marginal/simple given in the Quantitative probability, Techniques in conditional and joint class. Management Post session probability. • Revising prior assignment: Author: probability – Bayer’s Thorough theorem of posterior Reading of the Vohra class-notes & probability. Publisher: • The concept of whatever handouts will be Tata McGraw probability Hill given in the distributions. class. • Application of probability concepts Assignment:: in business/manageme Weightage wil be conveyed later of nt. the final internal marks. Class Discussions/ Exercise/ Topics Assignments: Pre-session and Post-session Pre-session assignment: Thorough Reading Class previous class- handouts will be sufficient notes & whatever ------------------handouts will be ------given class. in the Quantitative Techniques in of the Materials/ sources of materials/bo oks/ Handouts

SS.11/PGP/0 9-11/T.1/S.1 To SS.14/PGP/0 9-11/T.1/S.1

Class

SS.15/PGP/0 9-11/T.1/S.1 To SS.20/PGP/0 9-11/T.1/S.1

PERT - CPM • What is PERT? • How to draw PERT Network? • Rules of network construction

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• PERT – Examples / Problems • • • Management Post session assignment: Author: Thorough Vohra Reading of the class-notes & Publisher: whatever Tata McGraw handouts will be Hill given in the class. Construction of Network diagram Types of Floats: Total, Free &Interfering floats Crashing for determination of optimum duration of Assignment:: project. Weightage wil be conveyed later of the final internal marks.

COURSE TITLE

: Quantitative Techniques II
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COURSE DURATION COURSE CREDITS FACULTY : 4 Hours. Per week for 10 weeks : 4 : PROF. CHETAN JHAVERI

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Course outline for Credits Faculty Batch Class Session : : : : :

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Quantitative Methods for Business Decisions (QT – II) Prof. Chetan Jhaveri 4 lectures per week for 10 weeks

Session

Class Discussion/Topic

Problems / Assignmen ts:

FORMAT: Introduction to Business Statistics and its Session 1 Pedagogy consisting of: Applications • Lectures supported by problem discussion Data Analysis : Introduction • Assignment/ Collection ofPresentation by students Discussion/ Data • Primary Data: • Secondary Data: EVALUATION PATTERN:

Marks in End term exam (%)
5%

Qualitative and Quantitative Data
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Internal assessment: 30 % marks Designing a Questionnaire Session 2 Quizzes : 4 (15%) Tabular Presentation of Data Surprise Tests : 2 (5%) Class Participation: (5%) Frequency Distribution Session 3 Class Presentation: (5%) Graphical Presentation Bar Diagrams, Pie Charts End Term assessment: 70 % marks Histogram, Ogive Curve

Session 4

End Term assessment could be a subjective or objective type question paper or a combination of Descriptive Statistics Session 5 both. The final discretion lies Central Tendency Measures of with the faculty. 102QM.IIPM 10% Objective Arithmetic Mean : Simple & Weighted Mean Reference Book : Statistics for Management by Richard Levin and David S Rubin (Seventh Edition) Pearson Education Median

Session 6

Mode Quartiles

Session 7 Session 8

Comparing Mean , Median & Mode Measures of Variation Introduction Methods of Variation Range, Inter quartile Range, Variance and Std Dev Combined Standard Deviation Properties of Standard Deviation Absolute Vs. Relative Measures of Variation Coefficient of Variance Correlation Analysis & Regression Analysis Introduction Types Correlation Methods of Studying Correlation • Scatter Diagram Method Methods of Studying Correlation • Karl Pearson’s Coefficient of Correlation (Ungrouped & Bivariate Distribution) Methods of Studying Correlation • Rank Correlation Properties of Correlation Coefficient Regression Analysis Introduction 104QM.IIPM

103QM.IIPM

Session 9

Session 10

10%

Session 11 Session 12 Session

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Session 14 Session 15 Session 16

Regression Coefficients and Equations of Line Method of Least Squares Regression Analysis for Bivariate Distribution Properties of Regression Coefficients Probability Distribution Continuous Probability Distribution Normal Distribution Parameter of Distribution Standard Normal Distribution Characteristic of Normal Distribution Applications of the Normal Distribution Sampling and Sampling Distributions Purpose of Sampling Advantage of Sample Parameter/Statistic Sampling Fluctuation Types of Sampling Methods of Sampling Sampling and Non-Sampling Error Sampling Distribution • Sampling Distribution of Mean Standard Error Central Limit Theorem Sampling Fraction Sampling Distribution of Proportion Estimation Introduction Types of Estimates Point Estimates (Means and Proportions) Confidence Level Interval Estimates/ Confidence Interval for Mean Characteristics of an Estimator Interval Estimates for Proportions Characteristics of an Estimator Tests of Hypothesis Introduction Procedure of Hypothesis Testing 20 % 106QM.IIPM 105QM.IIPM 10% 10%

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Session 17 Session 18

Session 19 Session 20

Session 21 Session 22

Session 23 Session 24

Null and Alternative Hypothesis Level of Significance
Type I And Type II Errors

Session 25 Session 26 Session 27 Session 28 Session 29

Critical Region One Tailed Vs. Two Tailed Tests Large Sample Tests and Small Sample Test Large Sample Tests Testing Hypothesis about the Population Mean Testing Hypothesis about a Population Proportion Testing Hypothesis about the difference between Two Means Testing Hypothesis about the difference between Two Proportions Small Sample Tests Student t-distribution Testing Hypothesis about the Population Mean 42 107QM.IIPM

Session 30 Session 31

Testing Hypothesis about the difference between Two Means Chi-Square Test • Introduction • Chi-Square Distribution • Chi-Square Test • Test of Independence

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108QM.IIPM

15%

Materials/ sources of Session materials/bo 36 oks/ Two-Way Classification Model Session Handouts 37 SS.01/PG P/09Post session Class notes • Introduction to Index Numbers Session 11/T.1/S.1 assignment: and Handouts • IndexComputers Specialized Averages Numbers: As 110QM.IIPM 10% 38 Thorough • Uses of Index Numbers • TypesComputers and its Reading of the • of Index Numbers • Problems In The Constructionclass-notes & of Index History Numbers whatever Methods of Constructing Index Numbers • Central Processing handouts will • Weighted/ Unweighted Aggregates Indices be given in Unit the Fisher Laspeyres, Paasche, Dorbish - Edgeworth, class. Session Exercise/ Topics
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Index Method • Primary Memory & Average of Relatives Method • Weighted/ Unweighted Indices Secondary Memory Simple Aggregative Vs. Simple Average of Price Relatives• I/O devices Method

Test of Independence Session 32 Test of Goodness of Fit Session COURSE TITLE : SYSTEM ESSENTIALS 33 COURSE DURATION : 1 hour per week for 10 weeks Test of Hypothesis Concerning Variance Session COURSE CREDITS : 1 Confidence Interval for Variance 34 FACULTY : PROF. ARUN VARGEHSE Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) Session 109QM.IIPM • Introduction 35

10%

Class

Assignments : Pre-session One Way Classification Model(Continue) and Postsession

One Way Classification Model Class Discussions/

Session 40

• Classification of S/W Test for Consistency Base Shifting, Splicing and Deflating the Index Numbers • OS and Functions of Applications of Index Numbers OS • • • • • • • • • • GUI Parts of MS-Word Screen File operations Editing the text Change Case Redo, Undo, Repeat Shortcut Keys Paragraph options Drop Cap Borders Shading Bullets & & Class notes
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SS.02/PG P/0911/T.1/S.1

Class Quiz will Class notes be conducted and Handouts in the beginning of the 2nd lecture

SS.03/PG P/09-

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11/T.1/S.1 • • • • • • • • • SS.04/PG P/0911/T.1/S.1 • • • • SS.05/PG P/0911/T.1/S.1

Numbering Find, Go To Spelling Grammar Word Count Text Background Break / Columns Table Inserting Objects Header/ Footer Footnotes/Endnot es Mail Merge Views/ Ruler Printing Protecting document Template Parts of & the & Replace &

and Handouts

Class notes and Handouts

Power

Point Screen • Standard toolbar /Formatting toolbar • • Drawing Palette Slide Layout / Applying template • • • Editing a slide PowerPoint views Built in Wizards

Class notes and Handouts

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• • • Slide show using slide Transitions Graphs / Creating tables Animations / Inserting sound in SS.06/PG P/0911/T.1/S.1 • • • Power Point notes Parts of MS-Excel Class Quiz will Class be conducted and Handouts spreadsheet in the beginning of Worksheets the 6th lecture within workbook Cell/navigate worksheet/enter & edit data SS.07/PG P/0911/T.1/S.1 • • Range of cells Entering copying formula • • • SS.08/PG P/0911/T.1/S.1

& the

Class notes and Handouts

Setting width Inserting

column cells, with Class notes and Handouts

columns and rows Functions examples Operators Logical Functions Auto Sum/ Function Wizard • • • Cell formatting Auto Fill Range name
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Range

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• Referring to other sheets • Charts/ charts/ charts • SS.09/PG P/0911/T.1/S.1 SS.10/PG P/0911/T.1/S.1 • • • • • • • • Data sort Printing MSPractical Types networking Topologies LAN/WAN/MAN Intranet Ethernet Internet of Excel Class notes and Handouts Class notes and Handouts of types parts the of of same workbook

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOME: The Student will be able to understand the basic concepts of systems that facilitate a present day manager to mobilize software skills acquired for better performance and serve as support systems for an efficient functional and intra-functional setup of an organization.

1.

EVALUATION PATTERN: Assignment: 5 % Class Participation: 5% Quiz: 20 % Mid Term: 20 %
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END TERM ASSESSMENT: 50 % marks End term assessment could be a subjective or objective type question paper or a combination of both. The final discretion lies with the faculty. Besides these, attendance of 80% or more number of classes will automatically be awarded with 5 marks.

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COURSE OUTLINE FOR: COURSE DURATION: FACULTY: CLASS SESSION ON: Class FW/0911/T.1 INDUSTRIAL LAW [1CREDITS] PROF. GAURANG GANDHI EVERY MONDAY FROM 11:20 TO 12:20 P.M. Weight age Extensive reading to be done on the following topics Controversial issues on epf Materials and books to be referred BOOK: INDUSTRIAL LAW BY N.D. KAPOOR MATERIAL: DIFFERENT NEWS ARTICLES 1 HOURS PER WEEK YOU CAN MEET THE FACULTY ASSISTANT ON: ANY WORKING DAYS Class discussions/ exercise/ topics APPLICABILITY OF EPF ACT, EFFECTS ON SOCIO ECONOMIC ASPECTS

FW/0911/T.1

Session 1, 2 & 3 is 25% f the total EPF SCHEME ADMINISTRATION AND ITS

Measures system

to

rectify

the

BOOK: BARE ACT, TAXMANN PUBLICATION

FW/0911/T.1 FW/0911/T.1

MISC. ISSUES IN EPF 10% MINIMUM WAGES ACT BASICS AND EFFECTS

Alternative means to provide social security to employees Study of justification of minimum Wages in India

Book: industrial law by n.d. kapoor BOOK: INDUSTRIAL RELATION , G.K. MEHTA INDUSTSRIAL LAW, N.D. KAPOOR RAMAIYA'S GUIDE TO WORKMEN COMPENSATION

FW/0911/T.1

WORKMEN ACT

COMPENSATION

10% Session 5 & 6 is 10%

Current issues and cases in workmen Compensation

FW/0911/T.1

CASES ON COMPENSATION

WORKMEN

Case study analysis

reporting and

MATERIAL LABOUR JOURNAL

: LAW

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FW/0911/T.1 INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES ACT OBJECT AND MECHANISM Session 7 & 8 is 15% of the total ISSUES ON LOCKOUT STRIKES AND Global challenges on strikes and the mechanism to deal with it SUPREME COURT CASES ON LEGALITY OF STRIKE PAYMENT OF BONUS ACT, 1965 - M.P. SINHA PAYMENT OF BONUS ACT, 1965 - M.P. SINHA Alternate dispute resolution system IDA, TAXMANN PUBLICATION FW/0911/T.1

FW/0911/T.1

PAYMENT OF BONUS ACT BASIC PROVISIONS Session 9 & 10 15% of the total

Bonus approach

an

industrial

FW/0911/T.1

CURRENT ISSUES ON BONUS

PRODUCTIVITY BONUS SCHEME

LINKED

FW/0911/T.1

OTHER MISC PROVISIONS UNDER VARIOUS LABOUR LAWS

10% of the total

NEED FOR LABOUR LAW REFOMS

LABOUR LAW, TAXMANN PUBLICATION

FW/0911/T.1

GLOBALISATOIN, PRIVATISATION AND CURRENT ISSUES TOUCHING INDUSTRIAL LAWS

15% of the total

EFFECTS OF ECONOMIC REFORMS ON LABOUR MARKET

LATEST ARTICLES ON CURRENT ISSUES

Internal Marks Assessment 1. Quiz (3 Quizzes will be taken in a term ) 2. Quality class participation 3. Case discussions Total 10 Marks 10 Marks 10 Marks 30 Marks

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LIST OF ACADEMIC ASSOCIATES Ter m I I I I I Subject Business Law Micro Economics QT 1 ( II) QT 1 (a) CESD Academic Associate Anubha Sharma Karen Varghese Nirmal Patra Nirmal Patra Anubha Sharma

* Please note that Internal Faculty members do not have Academic Associates

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LIST OF OTHER DESIGNATED AUTHORITIES Subject matter/issues/problems related to Academics Class Schedules General Administration Examinations SMG Fees, Library fines and other related issues GOTA Thesis Bonafide Letters Project assistance letter Information on course and other institutional issues Complaint about any issues Disciplinary actions Lab related issues Person responsible primarily Pabitra Ranjan Nirmal Patra Suprit Debnath Karen Varghese Prasun Kumar Arun Verghese Nirmal Patra Either Robin Thomas/Kaushik Das, Darpan Pandya In the absence of the person responsible primarily Karen Varghese

Soumya Deb Hazra Archie Rao Suprit Debnath Pabitra R Chakrabarty Bharati Bindrani Bharati Bindrani Arun Verghese Bharti Bindrani Archie Rao Archie Rao

Soumya Deb Hazra Archie Rao Karen Varghese Karen Varghese Zafar Indorewala, Harish Katara

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Rules for Exemption from Classes The student who wants an exemption from classes should abide by these rules. • Any student asking for any exemption from classes/ projects/ assignment/ interview/ guest lecture/ seminar/ any such program should note that such exemption would only be allowed if the student FILLS UP the Exemption Application form given below. Exemption given by any one else either verbally or even in written form will not be accepted. If the exemption is to be taken on medical grounds the following documents are required to be submitted:

1. Medical certificate clearly stating the medical reason in legible handwriting/ typed out form. The certificate should be from a registered medical practitioner. The medical certificate should carry the stamp of the medical practitioner and his registration number and year of registration. By register practitioner we mean - practioners registered with Indian Medical Council (MBBS/ MD/ MS/ DM/ MCh/ FRCS/ MRCP/ such)/ Homeopathic council (BHMS and higher)/ Ayurvedic council (BAMS and higher/ Unani council (BUMS and higher). No other medical qualification will be accepted. 2. Prescriptions of medicines. The prescription should carry the medical practitioner's name, qualifications, address, phone number, and registration number. Name and age of the patient should also be clearly mentioned in the prescriptions. 3. Bill of purchase of medicines in the name of the patient written clearly in legible handwriting/ typed out along with the date of purchase. 4. In case the student has been admitted to a hospital/ clinic, the hospital/ clinic discharge certificate should be given along with 2, 3, and 5. The discharge certificate must have the hospital/ clinic's address, phone no. clearly mentioned. The registration number of the doctor who signs the certificate should also be mentioned. The certificate should be signed only by a registered medical practioner as mentioned in point no.1 above. 5. In case the student has been hospitalized, the hospital/clinic bill showing the name of the patients clearly should be submitted. The bill must show the name of the hospital/ clinic, address and phone numbers clearly. In case a student has been sick and was at home, document numbers 1-3 HAVE TO BE SUBMITTED. In case a student has been hospitalized, document numbers 2, 3, 4 and 5 HAVE TO BE SUBMITTED.
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The exemption form is being given next page. The student is supposed to take a photocopy of the same and hand it over to Karen Varghese.

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EXEMPTION FORM Student Name Batch Date of Exemption Subjects missed Reason: : : : ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ : : ________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

Approved by: _____________________

EXEMPTION FORM Student Name Batch Date of Exemption Subjects missed Reason: : : : ________________________________________

________________________________________ ________________________________________ : : ________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

Approved by:

_____________________

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READY RECKONER OF IMPORTANT RULES AND REGULATIONS ALONG WITH INCENTIVE/DISINCENTIVES ATTACHED Rules and regulations Incentives Disincentives Everybody has to come in class in time. Doors will close the Lose of 5 marks. Being moment a faculty in inside the caught at least once class room. Late coming will not by any of academics Part of internal marks to be allowed without the administration be given (5 marks for permission of concerned person department will lead punctuality and overall in the academics administration to lose of 5 marks in a conduct). department. If a class is particular subject. NO extended, there will be no EXEMPTION WILL BE break between two faculty PERMITTED. members. Lose of the marks for the entire assignment. Being caught at least Assignments have to be once by any of submitted in time. Not a second academics will be allowed after the NA administration scheduled time. Assignments department will lead could be based on cases also. to lose of 2.5 marks. NO EXEMPTION WILL BE PERMITTED. Losing of marks for not Quiz should not be missed by Appropriate weightage in attending. NO any student every paper. EXEMPTION WILL BE PERMITTED. ONLY 2 EXEMPTIONS OUT OF 10 GUEST Guest lecture every week - a LECTURES. MORE total of 10 guest lectures in the FAVOURABLE THAN 2 MAY LEAD TO trimester. Schedule will be PLACEMENTS. AWARDS. SUSPENSION FROM notified in due time. COURSES/DEEMED PLACED STATUS

PGFP Committee Members 1. 2. 3. 4. Pabitra Chakraborty Karen Varghese Robin Thomas Tarak Shah

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ADJOINDER TO STUDENTS’ CODE OF CONDUCT 1. It is a professional course and you are expected to maintain professionalism at all steps. Any kind of unruly behavior in the institute premises would not be tolerated and call for strict disciplinary actions. 2. Smoking, drinking of alcohol, and taking drugs are strictly prohibited

in the premises of IIPM. 3. Throwing litters around the campus or defiling the campus or cause

to defile the campus are strictly prohibited. Please make use of dustbins available at every floor. 4. Indulging in sexually explicit activities inside the campus building

premises is strictly prohibited. Please avoid romancing in the library or in the computer lab. This distracts other students. 5. Showing open disrespect to faculty members is strictly avoidable.

You can discuss about faculty members whenever you want but showing open disrespect is avoidable. For comments on faculty members, feedback forms will be available to you at appropriate time. 6. Non attendance of the classes and violation of any rules will be

intimated to the parents/guardians regularly.
7.

Mobile phones should be switched off inside the classroom when a

class is in session. Keeping the phone in silent mode won’t do.
8.

Mobile phones should not be used inside the library and the

computer lab under any circumstances. The phones can be kept in silent mode and if any sms/ call comes, the concerned students should first go out of the lab/ library and then only read the sms/ attend the call. 9. Library hours are between 9 am – 9 pm on all working days. But on
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facility of renting of books overnight on Saturday night which effectively means that you can keep the books for the entire Sunday. 10. The computer lab will remain open between 9 am – 9 pm on all working days. But on Sunday, the hours will be from 10 am – 5 pm. You have to plan out your schedule and work accordingly. 11. Playing music in the laptop/ in the mobile phone/ otherwise inside

the lab, library and the classrooms are strictly prohibited under any circumstances. 12. Watching movies or academically irrevalent video/audio/ internet

sites/ off site images inside the lab, library and the classrooms are strictly prohibited under any circumstances. 13. The computer lab and the library are supposed to be places where

you carry on with your academic work. These facilities are not available for passing time or for having fun in a group. Any kind of discussions, whispering, chatting, etc. are strictly prohibited inside the library and computer lab. 14. Making nuisance around the campus building like, shouting/

gathering at odd hours/ passing comments to passers-by and neighbours, etc. are strictly prohibited. This disturbs the neighbours, who have rights to live peacefully in the locality.

15.

During examinations, students are required to maintain strict

discipline inside the examination hall. Any violation of the examination rules and regulations will lead to disciplinary action against the student. If examination of the papers can not be held due to disruption by the students for whatever reasons, it would mean that student(s) have failed in those papers. Thereafter, re-examination of those papers will be organized only after completion of the final trimester examination as per the rule of the

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re-examination. Students will not be issued roll number card if he/she has not cleared the fees. 16. Assignments have to be submitted in time without any extension of deadlines. 17. Guest lectures and any other initiatives taken by IIPM to build

leadership and managerial competencies have to be attended by all students. For PGP students, there will be at least 10 guest lectures in a term and ONLY 2 EXEMPTION could be given in a term from attending guest lectures. 18. For participation in academic and non-academic events and event related activities, exemption from attending classes for a specific no. of classes or a specific duration could be permissible subject to students’ signing in time for such activities and signing out time for such activities in the designated register kept with the securities at the front gate or with the Administration department. Apart from signing the register, students will also have to acquire a certificate from the concerned authorities (like Internal faculty or Planman Consultant who is coordinating an event). The certificate should clearly state the reasons for seeking exemption from classes and the duration of such absence from classes. The certificate has to be submitted to the Examination Controller. 19. Students can enter the ground floor office ONLY from the front door

entry unless duly notified otherwise under special circumstances like heavy rain. For entering the main office area in which the Academic department, administration department and SMG is located, students necessarily have to seek PRIOR PERMISSION from the security. 20. Violation of any of the above rules and regulation AS WELL AS

OTHER RULES AND REGULATIONS which may be notified to the students from time to time may call for strict actions like suspension from the institute for a specific period of time, suspension from any of the campus facilities, etc.; permanent suspension from the institute, etc. Any such disciplinary action may make one ineligible for campus placement.
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21. These codes of conduct, rules and regulations mentioned hereinabove are ADJOINDER to the document called STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT clauses, which were signed by all students before their joining in the course. Over and above these codes of conduct, rules and regulations mentioned hereinabove; all the clauses of the document called STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT are also binding to all students of IIPM Ahmedabad. 22. Following are the people who could undertake any kind of vigilance

to maintain disciplines, rules and regulations in the campus. They form a Post Graduate & Fellow Program Committee (PGFP), which is collectively responsible for compliance to disciplines, rules and regulations in the campus. The PGFP’s decision in matters of breach of discipline or violation of rules and regulations is final and binding to all students of IIPM Ahmedabad.

Pabitra Chakraborty Karen Varghese Robin Thomas Tarak Shah

23.

The PGFP committee meeting is scheduled every Friday at 5 pm

unless otherwise notified. All matters of breach of code of conduct and violation of rules and regulation will be heard by the PGFP committee and they will resolute the matters duly. 24. However, any of the PGFP committee member is empowered to

take immediate on-the-spot action on finding out any breach of code of conduct and violation of rules and regulation. The action will be heard for further corroboration by the PGFP committee.

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25. These codes of conduct, rules and regulations mentioned hereinabove are ADJOINDER to the document called STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT clauses, which were signed by all students before their joining in the course. Over and above these codes of conduct, rules and regulations mentioned hereinabove; all the clauses of the document called STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT are also binding to all students of IIPM Ahmedabad.

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