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JAYAWANT INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS STUDIES

PUNE-33

LESSON PLAN

PGDM Session Year Semester


Programme
July-December III
Subject Title : Strategic Management
Daily lecture Topic as per the JIBS No. of Activities Reference
with Date syllabus L A T
CHAPTER-1 Introduction to
business policy
Lecture-1 Evolution of Business
policy as a Discipline

Lecture-2 The nature of Business


Policy

Lecture-3 Importance of Business


Policy

Lecture-4 The purpose of business


policy

Lecture-5 Objectives of business


policy
CHAPTER-2 Introduction to
strategic
management
Lecture-6 Understanding strategy

Lecture-7 Levels of strategy

Lecture-8 Strategic decision


making
Lecture-9 Process of strategic
decision making
CHAPTER-3 Strategy formation
Lecture-10 Defining company’s
mission and social
responsibility
Lecture-11 Formulation a mission
Lecture-12 Role of board of
directors
Daily lecture Topic as per the JIBS No. of Reference
with Date syllabus Activities
L A T
Lecture-13 Environmental Appraisal
Lecture-14 Organizational Appraisal
CHAPTER-4 Strategy
Implementation
Lecture-15 Interrelationship
between formulation
and implementation

Lecture-16 Aspects of strategy


implementation

Lecture-17 Project implementation

Lecture-18 Process of project


implementation

Lecture-19 Resource Allocation

CHAPTER-5 Structural
Implementation
Lecture-20 Introduction

Lecture-21 & Structural consideration


22

Lecture-23 Structure for strategy

Lecture-24 Organizational change

Lecture-25 Organizational Design


&26
CHAPTER-6 Strategy Evaluation
& Control
Lecture-27 Introduction
Lecture-28 Strategy Control
&29
Lecture- Operational control
30,31&32
Lecture-33 & Role of organizational
34 systems in evaluation

(Prof. Meenakshi Duggal)


JSPM’s
Jayawant Institute of Business Studies
Tathawade, pune-33

PGDM: Third Semester (July-Dec)


Academic year: 2008-10

Subject: Strategic Management


Code: J 301

1. Introduction to business policy 8


Hours
Evolution of business policy as a discipline, The nature of
Business Policy, The importance of Business
Policy, The purpose of Business Policy.

2. Introduction to Strategic Management 7


Hours
Understanding Strategy, Defining and Explaining Strategy, Levels
at which strategy operates, Strategic Decision making, Strategic
formation, the process of Strategic management, Strategist and
their role.

3. Strategy formation 8 Hours


Defining company’s mission and social responsibility, formulation
a mission, Board of directors, the stakeholder approach to social
responsibility, Management ethics, Environmental Appraisal,
Organizational Appraisal

4. Strategy Implementation 9 Hours


Interrelationship between formulation and implementation,
Aspects of strategy implementation, Project implementation,
Resource allocation

5. Structural Implementation 5 Hours


Structural considerations,
Structure for strategies,
Organization Design and change.

6. Strategy Evaluation and Control 7


Hours
An overview of strategic evaluation and control, role of
organizational systems in evaluation
References:-
1. Business Policy & Strategic Management – Azhar Kazmi
2. Strategic Management0 R. Srinivasan
3. Business Policy & Strategic Management – P.Subba Rao
4. Business Policy & Strategic Management- Sukul Lomash
5. Management Policy and Strategic Management- R.M. Srivastava
JSPM’s
Jayawant Institute of Business Studies
Tathawade, pune-33
PGDM: Second Semester (Jan-April)
Academic year: 2009-11
Subject: Financial Management
Code: J 202

Unit -1
Concept of finance, corporate finance, Evolution of finance as a
discipline, the scope of finance function and other functions.
Structure of financial system.
Unit -2
Concept, scope and objectives of financial management, Profit
maximization Versus Wealth Maximization, Role of Finance
manager. Financial planning and forecasting
Unit-3
Capitalization- under and over, Capital structure, computation of
cost of capital, Trading on equity, Leverages, types and
significance
Unit-4
Capital Budgeting, Features and significance, Time value of
money, Capital budgeting: Techniques of evaluation, Traditional
and Time-adjusted or discounted cash flows.

Unit-5
Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements using Ratio
Analysis, Funds Flow Statement and cash flow statement.
Unit-6
Introduction and forms of Dividend, Types of dividend policy, the
theory of relevance, Walter’s Approach
Unit-7
Concept of working capital management, Factors determining
the working capital, operating cycle concept, financing the
working capital.

References:
Financial Management – I.M.Pandey
Financial Management and Policy – R.M. Srivastava
Financial Management – R.P. Rustagi
Management Accounting- Sharma & Gupta
JSPM’s
Jayawant Institute of Business Studies
Tathawade, pune-33
PGDM: Second Semester (Jan-April)
Academic year: 2009-11
Subject: Production & Operations Management

Code: J 203

Unit -1
Introduction to production and operation management –
concept of Production Management and Operation management,
Scope of operation Management, Types of production system, The
transformation process, Evolution of operation management-
Contribution of Adam Smith, Taylor and Gilberth.
Unit-2
Manufacturing System- Concept, Methods of manufacturing- Project,
Jobbing, Batch Production, Flow/ mass production, Process Production
Unit-3
Facilities Location & Layout- Need for selecting a suitable location,
factors affecting location and layout, Plant layout- process, product,
Group, combination and fixed position layout.
Unit-4
Production Planning and control- Concept, need and objectives of
production planning and control, Introduction of PERT/CPM.
Unit-5
Maintenance Management- Introduction, objectives and types of
maintenance management, concept of Total Production
Management(TPM)
Unit-6
Inspection-Objectives and types of Inspection, Methods of Inspection-
100% Inspection, Sampling Inspection, Statistical quality control,
Control charts- X chart and R chart.
Unit-7
Productivity- Introduction, work study, method study and time study,
Introduction of flow Process chart.
Unit-8
Lean Production System- Toyota system-JIT, KANBAN
Reference:
1.Manufacturing & Operations Management- L.C. Jhamb
2. Production & Operations Management- Chary
3. Production & Operations Management- Chase
4. Operations Management – Krajewski
5. Operations Management- Mahadevan
JSPM’s
Jayawant Institute of Business Studies
Tathawade, pune-33
PGDM: Forth Semester (Jan-April)
Academic year: 2008-10
Subject: Strategic Financial Management
PGDF 404
Unit-1
Conceptual Framework- Meaning of Strategic Financial
Management, The ‘Nine References’ for Strategic Financial
Management,

Unit-2
Financial Analysis- Meaning and nature of financial analysis, Types
of financial analysis, common size statement, Trends, Ratio Analysis,
Funds Flow Statement, cash Flow statement.

Unit-3
Strategic Wage Management- Introduction, The New wage policy,
Strategic wage Negotiation, Strategic Aspects of post-Retirement Wage
Cost, Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS).

Unit-4
Financial Aspects of Supply Chain management- Introduction,
Strategic vendor management, Strategic approaches to supply cost
management, Strategic distribution management, Strategic product
pricing.

Unit-5
Innovative Approach to Internal Cost- Profit Analysis-
Introduction, Strategic Cost Analysis, Comments on the Present
Performance and Result Ratios.

Unit-6
Corporate Restructuring- Introduction, Scope and symptoms for
Restructurings, Operational Symptoms, Financial Symptoms, Strategic
Symptoms, The restructuring plan.

Reference:
1. Strategic Financial Management-G.P. Jakhotiya
2. Corporate restructuring – P.K. Mattoo
3. Corporate Mergers, Amalgamations and Takeovers – J.C. Verma
4. Guide to companies act- Rammiya
5. Accounting Standards and corporate accounting practices – T.P.
Ghose
JAYAWANT INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS STUDIES
PUNE-33

LESSON PLAN

PGDM Session Year Semester


Programme
July-December III
Subject Title : Strategic Management
Daily lecture Topic as per the JIBS No. of Activities Reference
with Date syllabus L A T
CHAPTER-1 Introduction to
business policy
Lecture-1 Evolution of Business
policy as a Discipline

Lecture-2 The nature of Business


Policy

Lecture-3 Importance of Business


Policy

Lecture-4 The purpose of business


policy

Lecture-5 Objectives of business


policy
CHAPTER-2 Introduction to
strategic
management
Lecture-6 Understanding strategy

Lecture-7 Levels of strategy

Lecture-8 Strategic decision


making
Lecture-9 Process of strategic
decision making
CHAPTER-3 Strategy formation
Lecture-10 Defining company’s
mission and social
responsibility
Lecture-11 Formulation a mission
Lecture-12 Role of board of
directors
Daily lecture Topic as per the JIBS No. of Reference
with Date syllabus Activities
L A T
Lecture-13 Environmental Appraisal

Lecture-14 Organizational Appraisal


CHAPTER-4 Strategy
Implementation
Lecture-15 Interrelationship
between formulation
and implementation

Lecture-16 Aspects of strategy


implementation

Lecture-17 Project implementation

Lecture-18 Process of project


implementation

Lecture-19 Resource Allocation

CHAPTER-5 Structural
Implementation
Lecture-20 Introduction

Lecture-21 & Structural consideration


22

Lecture-23 Structure for strategy

Lecture-24 Organizational change

Lecture-25 Organizational Design


&26
CHAPTER-6 Strategy Evaluation
& Control
Lecture-27 Introduction
Lecture-28 Strategy Control
&29
Lecture- Operational control
30,31&32
Lecture-33 & Role of organizational
34 systems in evaluation
JSPM’s
Jayawant Institute of Business Studies
Tathawade, pune-33

PGDM: Third Semester (July-Dec)


Academic year: 2008-10

Subject: Strategic Management


Code: J 301

Introduction to business policy 8 Hours


Evolution of business policy as a discipline, The nature of
Business Policy, The importance of Business
Policy, The purpose of Business Policy.

Introduction to Strategic Management 7 Hours


Understanding Strategy, Defining and Explaining Strategy, Levels
at which strategy operates, Strategic Decision making, Strategic
formation, the process of Strategic management, Strategist and
their role.

Strategy formation 8 Hours


Defining company’s mission and social responsibility, formulation
a mission, Board of directors, the stakeholder approach to social
responsibility, Management ethics, Environmental Appraisal,
Organizational Appraisal

Strategy Implementation 9 Hours


Interrelationship between formulation and implementation,
Aspects of strategy implementation, Project implementation,
Resource allocation

Structural Implementation 5 Hours


Structural considerations,
Structure for strategies,
Organization Design and change.

Strategy Evaluation and Control 7 Hours


An overview of strategic evaluation and control, role of
organizational systems in evaluation
References:-
1. Business Policy & Strategic Management – Azhar Kazmi
2. Strategic Management0 R. Srinivasan
3. Business Policy & Strategic Management – P.Subba Rao
4. Business Policy & Strategic Management- Sukul Lomash
5. Management Policy and Strategic Management- R.M. Srivastava

JSPM’s
Jayawant Institute of Business Studies
Tathawade, pune-33
PGDM: Third Semester (Jan-April)
Academic year: 2009-11
Subject: Financial Management
Code: J 202

Unit -1
Concept of finance, corporate finance, Evolution of finance as a
discipline, the scope of finance function and other functions.
Structure of financial system.
Unit -2
Concept, scope and objectives of financial management, Profit
maximization Versus Wealth Maximization, Role of Finance
manager. Financial planning and forecasting
Unit-3
Capitalization- under and over, Capital structure, computation of
cost of capital, Trading on equity, Leverages, types and
significance
Unit-4
Capital Budgeting, Features and significance, Time value of
money, Capital budgeting: Techniques of evaluation, Traditional
and Time-adjusted or discounted cash flows.
Unit-5
Financial Statements of corporate organization, Introduction to
schedule VI, Provisions of companies Act 1956.
Unit-6
Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements using Ratio
Analysis, Funds Flow Statement and cash flow statement.
Unit-7
Introduction and forms of Dividend, Types of dividend policy, the
theory of relevance, Walter’s Approach
Unit-8
Concept of working capital management, Factors determining
the working capital, operating cycle concept, financing the
working capital.

References:
Financial Management – I.M.Pandey
Financial Management and Policy – R.M. Srivastava
Financial Management – R.P. Rustagi
Management Accounting- Sharma & Gupta

JAYAWANT INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS STUDIES


PUNE-33

LESSON PLAN

PGDM Session Year Semester


Programme
2009-11 Jan – April 1st II
Subject Title : Production and operations
Management
Daily lecture Topic as per the JIBS Page No. Reference
with Date syllabus

CHAPTER-1 Introduction to
Production and
operations
management
Lecture-1 Concept of POM 01 A
18/01/2010

Lecture-2 Scope of operations 08 A


19/01/2010 management

Lecture-3 Types of production 10 A


20/01/2010 system

Lecture-4 The transformation 08 C


22/01/2010 process

Lecture-5 Evolution of operation 08 B


25/01/2010 management

Lecture-6 Contribution of F.W. 09 B


27/01/2010 Taylor

Lecture-7 Contribution of Gilberth 10 B


29/01/2010 and Adam Smith

Lecture-8 Revision of Chapter -1


01/02/2010

Lecture-9 Class test of Chapter-1


02/02/2010

CHAPTER-2 Manufacturing
System
Lecture-10 Concept of 09 C
03/02/2010 manufacturing system

Lecture-11 Methods of 21 B
05/02/2010 manufacturing

Lecture-12 Project/Jobbing 22,23,25 B


08/02/2010 Production

Lecture-13 Batch Production 27 B


09/02/2010

Lecture-14 Mass and Flow 28 B


10/02/2010 Production

Lecture-15 Process Production 29 B


12/02/2010

Lecture-16 Revision of Chapter -1


15/02/2010

Lecture-16 Class test of Chapter-1


15/02/2010

CHAPTER-3 Facility Location &


Layout
Lecture-17 Need for selecting a 19 D
16/02/2010 suitable location

Lecture-18 Do
17/02/2010

Lecture-19 Factors affecting 25 D


19/02/2010 location and layout
Lecture-20 Plant Layout and 28,29 D
22/02/2010 Process Layout

Lecture-21 Revision of Chapter - 3


23/02/2010
CHAPTER-4 Production
Planning and
control
Lecture-22 Concept of PPC 79 D
24/02/2010

Lecture-23 Need of PPC 80 D


26/02/2010

Lecture-24 Introduction of PERT 128 B


27/02/2010

Lecture-25 Introduction of CPM 149 B


01/03/2010

CHAPTER-5 Maintenance
Management
Lecture-26 Introduction of 159 D
02/03/2010 maintenance
management

Lecture-27 Objectives of 159 D


03/03/2010 maintenance
management
Lecture-28 Types of Maintenance 440 E
04/03/2010 management

Lecture-29 Six Sigma 432 E


05/03/2010

Lecture-30 Do
06/03/2010

Lecture-31 Total Production 486 E


08/03/2010 Management

Lecture-32 Do
09/03/2010

Lecture-33 Revision of chapter- 5


10/03/2010
Lecture-34
12/03/2010

CHAPTER-6 Inspection
Lecture-35 Introduction of 102 D
15/03/2010 Inspection

Lecture-36 Objectives and types 105 D


16/03/2010

Lecture-37 Methods of Inspection 105 D


17/03/2010

Lecture-38 100% Inspection, 107 D


19/03/2010 Sampling Inspection

Statistical Quality 115 D


Lecture-39 Control
22/03/2010

Lecture-40 Control Charts(X and R 205 D


23/03/2010 charts)

Lecture-41 Revision of chapter- 6


24/03/2010

CHAPTER-7 Productivity
Lecture-42 Introduction of 294 B
26/03/2010 productivity

Lecture-43 Introduction of work 294 B


29/03/2010 study

Lecture-44 Introduction of Method 295 B


30/03/2010 study

Lecture-45 Time study 152 D


31/03/2010

Lecture-46 Flow process chart 309 B


02/04/2010

CHAPTER-8 Lean Production


System
Lecture-47 Toyota System 19 A
05/04/2010

Lecture-48 JIT, KANBAN 479,481 E


06/04/2010

References:
A ) S. Chunawalla, D.R. Patel - Production and operations Management
B) Prof. L.C. Jhamb – Manufacturing and operations management
C) Kanishka Bedi - Production and operations Management
D) Notes from Faculty
E) E) Paneerselvam - Production and operations Management

(Prof Meenakshi Duggal)

JAYAWANT INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS STUDIES


PUNE-33

LESSON PLAN

PGDM Session Year Semester


Programme
2009-11 Jan – April 1st II
Subject Title: Financial Management
Daily lecture Topic as per the JIBS Page No. Reference
with Date syllabus

CHAPTER-1 Introduction of
Financial
Management
Lecture-1 Concept of Finance 1-9 E,D
18/01/2010

Lecture-2 Introduction of 8 B
19/01/2010 corporate finance

Lecture-3 Evolution of Finance as 3 A,D


21/01/2010 a Discipline

Lecture-4 Do
22/01/2010

Lecture-5 Scope of Finance 5 A,D


25/01/2010 Functions and other
functions

Lecture-6 Do
28/01/2010

Lecture-7 Structure of Financial 9-10 F


29/01/2010 system
Lecture-8 Revision of Chapter -1
01/02/2010

Lecture-9 Class test of Chapter-1


02/02/2010

CHAPTER-2 Introduction of
Financial
Management
Lecture-10 Concept and Scope of 4-10 B,D
04/02/2010 FM

Lecture-11 Profit Maximization 11 A,D


05/02/2010 objective

Lecture-12 Wealth maximization 12 A,D


08/02/2010 objective

Lecture-13 Do
09/02/2010

Lecture-14 Role of finance manager 8-10 B,D


11/02/2010

Lecture-15 Financial planning and 40-45 F


12/02/2010 forecasting

Lecture-16 Revision of Chapter -2


15/02/2010

Lecture-16 Class test of Chapter-2


16/02/2010

CHAPTER-3 Capitalization

Lecture-17 Under and over 17.1-17.8 C,D


18/02/2010 capitalization

Lecture-18 Capital structure 247,511 F,A,D


19/02/2010

Lecture-19 Theories of capital 513 A,D


22/02/2010 structure
Lecture-20 Do
23/02/2010

Lecture-21 Computation of cost of 19.1-19.22 C,D


24/02/2010 capital

Lecture-22 Trading on equity 20.5 C,D


25/02/2010

Lecture-23 Leverages, Types and 20.1-20.18 C,D


26/02/2010 significance

Lecture-25 Revision ofChapter-3


01/03/2010

CHAPTER-4 Capital Budgeting


Lecture-26 Features and 215 A,D
02/03/2010 significance

Lecture-27 Time value of money, 239-260 A,D


04/03/2010 Techniques of
evaluation

Lecture-28 Do
05/03/2010

Lecture-29 245 A
06/03/2010 Net Present Value
Method

Lecture-30 IRR Method 255 A


07/03/2010

Lecture-31 Practical Problems


08/03/2010

Lecture-32 Revision
09/03/2010
CHAPTER-6 Ratio Analysis
Lecture-33 Introduction of ratio 4.1-4.16 C,D
11/03/2010 analysis

Lecture-34 Do
12/03/2010

Lecture-35 Funds Flow Statement 5.1-5.12 C,D


15/03/2010
Lecture-36 Cash flow statement 6.1-6.10 C,D
16/03/2010

Lecture-37 Practical problems


18/03/2010
CHAPTER-7 Dividend Policies
Lecture-38 Introduction ,& Forms of 25.1-25.5 C,D
19/03/2010 dividend
Lecture-39 Types of Dividend Policy 25.16 C,D
22/03/2010

Lecture-40 The theory of 25.5 C,D


23/03/2010 Relevance, Walter’s
approach

Lecture-41 Practical problems


25/03/2010

Lecture-42 Do
26/03/2010
CHAPTER-8 Working capital
management
Lecture-43 Concept of WCM 605 A,D
29/03/2010

Lecture-44 Factors determining the 609 A,D


30/03/2010 working capital

Lecture-45 Operating cycle concept 23.2 C,D


31/03/2010

Lecture-46 Do
02/04/2010

Lecture-47 Financing the working 23.36 C,D


05/04/2010 capital

Lecture-48 Approaches of financing 23.38 C,D


06/04/2010

Lecture-49 Revision of chapter 8


08/04/2010

References:

A) Financial Management- R.P.Rustagi


B) Financial Management – Prasanna Chandra
C) Management Accounting- Sharma& Gupta
D) Notes from faculty
E) Financial Management- Inamdar
F) Financial Management- G.Sudarsana Reddy

(Prof Meenakshi Duggal)

JAYAWANT INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS STUDIES


PUNE-33

LESSON PLAN

PGDM Session Year Semester


Programme
2008-10 Jan - April 2nd IV
Subject Title : Strategic Financial Management
Daily lecture Topic as per the JIBS Page No. Reference
with Date syllabus

CHAPTER-1 Conceptual
Framework
Lecture-1 Meaning of Strategic 6 A
18/01/2010 financial management

Lecture-2 Do
19/01/2010

Lecture-3 The ‘Nine References’ 9 A


21/01/2010 for Strategic Financial
Management

Lecture-4 Strategic Investigation 15 A


25/01/2010 of Growth

Lecture-5 Do
28/01/2010

Lecture-6 Revision of chapter-1


01/02/2010
CHAPTER-2 Financial Analysis
Lecture-7 Meaning and nature of 3.1 C
02/02/2010 financial analysis

Lecture-8 Types of financial 3.2 C


03/02/2010 analysis

Lecture-9 Common size statement 3.16 C


04/02/2010

Lecture-10 Trends Analysis 3.14 C


08/02/2010

Lecture-11 Ratio Analysis 4.1 - 4.30 C


09/02/2010

Lecture-12 Do
10/02/2010

Lecture-13 Practical problems


11/02/2010

Lecture-14 Funds flow analysis 5.1-5.13 C


15/02/2010

Lecture-15 Practical problems


16/02/2010

Lecture-16 Cash flow analysis 6.1-6.8 C


17/02/2010

Lecture-16 Practical problems


18/02/2010

CHAPTER-3 Strategic Wage


Management
Lecture-17 Introduction 57 A
22/02/2010

Lecture-18 The new wage policy 62 A


23/02/2010
Lecture-19 Do
24/02/2010

Lecture-20 Strategic wage 73 A


25/02/2010 negotiations

Lecture-21 Do
01/03/2010

Lecture-22 Strategic aspects of 76 A


02/03/2010 post-retirement wage
cost

Lecture-23 Do
03/03/2010

Lecture-25 Voluntary Retirement 78 A


04/03/2010 Scheme

CHAPTER-4 Financial aspects of


supply chain
management
Lecture-26 Introduction 95 A
08/03/2010

Lecture-27 Strategic vendor 97 A


09/03/2010 management

Do
Lecture-28
10/03/2010

Lecture-29 Strategic Distribution 111 A


11/03/2010 Management

Lecture-30 Strategic product 123 A


15/03/2010 pricing

Lecture-31 Revision of chapter-4


16/03/2010

CHAPTER-5 Profit Analysis


Lecture-32 Introduction to Internal- 135 A
17/03/2010 cost-profit analysis
Lecture-33 Strategic cost analysis 139 A
18/03/2010

Lecture-34 Comments on the 160 A


22/03/2010 present performance
and result ratios

Lecture-35 Do
23/03/2010

Lecture-36 Innovative approach 134 A


24/03/2010

CHAPTER-6 Corporate
Restructuring
Lecture-37 Introduction 167 A
25/03/2010

Do
Lecture-39
30/03/2010

Lecture-40 Symptoms for 172 A


31/03/2010 restructuring

A
Lecture-41 Do
01/04/2010

Lecture-42 Operational Symptoms 173 A


05/04/2010

Lecture-43 Strategic Symptoms 174


06/04/2010

Lecture-44 Financial symptoms 175 A


07/04/2010

Lecture-45 Do

08/04/2010
Lecture-46 The Restructuring Plan 176 A
12/04/2010

Lecture-47 Do
13/04/2010
Lecture-48 Revision of Chapter 6
14/04/2010

References:
• A) Strategic Financial Management –G.P. Jakhotiya
• B) Financial Management – R.P.Rustagi
• C) Management Accounting – Sharma and Gupta

(Prof Meenakshi Duggal)

Strategic Management

Assignment No. 1
Q.1. What are the objectives set for a business policy course in terms of knowledge,
skills and attitude .
10 Marks
Q.2. What do you mean by strategic management? Explain its process. 10
Marks
Assignment No. 2

Q.1.Make a comparative assessment of the different schools of strategic


formation. 10
Marks
Q.2 What do you mean by social responsibility? Explain its respective areas. 10
Marks
Class Test-1
Q.1. Explain the nature and importance of strategic evaluation. . 10
Marks
Q.2.What do mean by strategy implementation? Explain the resource integration
process . 10
Marks
Class Test-11
Q.1. Describe the essential characteristics of a mission statement. In what different
ways can a mission statement be formulated? 10
Marks
Q.2 Discuss the roles that major strategists play in strategic management. 10
marks
Corporate Finance
Assignment No. 1
Q.1.What do you mean by corporate finance? Explain the role of finance
manager. 10 Marks
Q.2 Explain the term capital structure under risk and uncertainty. Briefly explain
the techniques involved under risk and uncertainty. 10 Marks
Assignment No. 2

Q.1 Explain the various types of corporate restructuring. 10


Marks
Q.2 Define the term foreign investment. Explain the reasons in detail. 10
Marks
Class Test-1
Q.1 What do you mean by corporate governance? Explain with example. 10
Marks
Q.2 Discuss in detail “SWOT’ analysis of any corporate organization. 10
Marks
Class Test-11
Q.1. What do you mean by International Investment Decisions. Explain the
different forms of international trade.
10 Marks
Q.2 Explain the concept of capital market efficiency. 10
marks
Management Accounting
Assignment No. 1
Q.1. What do you understand by Management Accounting? How it differs from
financial accounting? 10
Marks
Q.2 What are the errors which can be disclosed or cannot be disclosed by a trial
balance? 10 Marks
Assignment No. 2

Q.1 What do mean by cost accounting? Explain the various elements. 10 Marks
Q.2 What is budgetary control. Explain its advantages and
disadvantages. 10 Marks

Class Test-1
Q.1 Explain the nature and scope of management accounting. 10 Marks
Q.2 What is difference between fixed budget and flexible budget. 10 Marks

Class Test-11
Q.1. Explain the term cost accounting. How it differs from
financial accounting. 10 Marks

Q.2 What do you mean by standard costing? Explain material variance in


detail. 10 marks
Production and operations management
Assignment -1
1. What do mean by Production and operations Management? Explain in
detail.

2. What are operations Management? Explain its scope.

3. What do you mean by types of production system? Explain in brief.

4. What is transformation process? Explain the transformation process in MBA


institute.

5. Explain the contribution of Tayler, Adam Smith and Gilberth regarding the
evolution of operations management.

Short Notes:-
*Scope of operations management
*Transformation process
*Types of production system.
Assignment -2
1. What do you mean by manufacturing system? Explain

2. Define the term Project Production and jobbing production.

3. Explain in detail the term Batch production and mass/flow production.

4. What do you mean by process production?

Short Notes:-
Jobbing production,
Batch production,
Mass/Flow Production,
Process Production

Assignment -3
1. Why are plant location decisions important? Discuss the factors affecting
location and layout.

2. Define the term plant layout. What are its objectives?

3. Explain in detail the classification of layout.

4. What do mean by product layout? Explain its advantages and limitations.

Short notes:-
• Need of plant location

• Controllable factors affecting plant locations

• Uncontrollable factors affecting plant locations

Assignment -4
1. What do you mean by production planning and control?

2. Explain the need and objectives of production planning and control.

3. What is critical path analysis? Explain

4. What do you mean by PERT and CPM? Explain in detail.

Assignment -5
1. Explain the term maintenance management. State its objectives and types.

2. Explain the scope of Total Quality Management. State its benefits.

Assignment -6
1. What do you mean by inspection? Explain its methods.

2. What do you mean by Statistical Quality Control?

3. Explain X and R chart.

Assignment -7
1. What do you mean by productivity?

2. Explain Work Study in detail.

3. What do you mean by method study and time study.

4. Explain the Flow Process Chart in detail

Assignment -8
1. Explain the Lean Production System.

2. What do mean by Just in time approach.

3. Explain the KANBAN system.


Strategic Financial Management
Assignment -1
1. Explain the conceptual framework of strategic financial management.

2. What do you mean by strategic financial management? Explain

3. What do you mean by ‘Nine References’ for strategic financial management?


Explain in brief.

Short notes:
• Strategic cost management

• Cost Benefit analysis

• Strategy and strategists

Assignment -2
1. “Analysis without interpretation and interpretation without analysis is
impossible”. Comment.

2. Explain the need for financial analysis. How does the ratio analysis
technique help in the financial analysis?

3. How a cash flow statement differs from funds flow statement?

4. What are current ratios? Discuss their significance.

Short notes:
• Flow of funds

• Financial statement analysis

• Debt equity ratios

Assignment -3
1. What do you mean by strategic wage management? Explain the variables
upon which strategic wage is based?
2. Explain the ‘New wage policy. Discuss in detail the droad rationale behind
the new wage policy.

3. Explain the term strategic wage negotiations. What are the perquisites of
strategic wage negotiations.

4. Discuss in detail the voluntary retirement scheme.

Assignment – 4

1. Explain the term ‘Strategic’ vendor management.

2. What are three strategic approaches to supply cost management? Discuss

3. What do you mean by strategic distribution management? Explain the


variables involves in a strategic approach.

4. Show the three broad approaches of strategic product pricing.

Assignment-5

1. What do you mean by strategic cost analysis. What are the main difficulties
arises during this analysis.

2. Comment on the present performances and result ratio

Assignment-6

1. What do you mean by corporate restructuring? Explain its scope.

2. What are the symptoms of restructuring? Explain the operational and


strategic symptoms in detail.

3. What do you mean by restructuring plan?


Financial Management
Assignment -1
1. What do you mean by finance? Explain in detail.

2. Discuss in detail the term corporate finance.

3. Discuss the evolution of finance as a discipline.

4. What is the scope of finance function and other functions? Explain in detail
the investment decision.

5. Explain the structure if financial system

Assignment -2
1. Define the scope of financial management. What role should the financial
manager play?

2. In what ways the wealth maximization objective superior to the profit


maximization.

3. Explain in detail the financial planning and forecasting.

Assignment -3
1. What do mean by capitalization? Explain the over and under capitalization

2. What is capital structure? Compare and contrast with Net operating


income and net income approach.

3. What is cost of capital? Explain the specific component of cost of capital.

4. What do you mean by leverage? Explain its significance.


Assignment -4
1. Define the term capital budgeting. Explain its significance.

2. Explain the discounted cash flow techniques of capital budgeting.

3. Explain the non discounted cash flow techniques.

Assignment -5
1. What is stable dividend policy? Why should a firm follow such a policy?

2. Explain the importance of dividend decision in maximizing the value of firm.

3. What is walter’s dividend model?

Assignment -6
1. What is working capital management? Explain the various types of working
capital.

2. What are the different approaches of working capital requirement?

3. Explain the factors affecting the estimation of working capital requirement.