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Courses of Study

(Semester Course Booklet)

MBA-1st Semester

Academic Session (2016-2017)
FIRST, Semester (August-December 2016)

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Department of Management

Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University
Kakryal, Katra 182320 Jammu & Kashmir

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Vision and Objectives
 To be a leading Institution in the field of business studies through excellence in research and teaching.
 To run state-of-the-art postgraduate and doctoral programs to develop human potential so that they emerge
as leaders in the specilised areas.
 To concentrate on areas of specilisation as per industrial requirements at national and global level.
 To develop academic and industry interaction by undertaking collaborative research projects, training and
consultancy.
 To promote entrepreneurial activities in the region by training and motivating prospective entrepreneurs.
Values
 Academic integrity and accountability
 Respect and tolerance for the views of every individual
 Attention to issues of national relevance as well as of global concern.
 Appreciation of intellectual excellence and creativity.
 Ceaseless aptitude of scientific exploration

Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University
University
Sub Post Office, SMVD University, Kakryal, Katra 182 320
Campus
J&K, INDIA
Address
Phone:01991-285634, 285524
Fax: 01991-285694
Public Relations Office,
Public Relations Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University
Officer Address Satya Bhawan, 67 B/B, Gandhi Nagar, Jammu - 180004
J&K, INDIA

Website: www.smvdu.ac.in

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CONTENTS

Academic Structure of SMVDU 4
Academic Calendar for Session 2016-17 5
Time Tables for Aug-Dec 2016 for the Batch 6

1.0 Introduction 8
2.0 Programs of Study 8
3.0 Academic Session & Semester 8
3.1 Summer Semester
3.2 Self Study Basis
4.0 Credit System 9
4.1 Course Numbering Schem
4.2 Core Course, Elective Course & Open Elective Course
4.3 Course Structure Description
4.4 Course Coordinator
4.5 Program Structure
5.0 Entry Number of Students 10
6.0 Evaluation system 11
6.1 Evaluation Indices
6.2 Grading System
6.3 Evaluation Methodology for Courses with Theory & Lab Component
7.0 Requirements for Continuation & Conditions for Termination of Admission 14
8.0 Requirements for Award of Degree 14
9.0 Regulations & Procedures 15
9.1 Semester Registration & Pre-Registration
9.2 Advice on courses
9.3 Slot System for Time Table
9.4 Lower & Upper Limits for credits registered
9.5 Addition, Deletion, Audit & Withdrawal from Courses
9.6 Semester Withdrawal
9.7 Attendance Requirements
9.8 Absence During Semester
9.9 Re-Conduct of Minor
10.0 Un-Fair Means Cases 17
11.0 Program Structure for the Batch 20
11.1 Program Structure of MBA

12.0 Lecture Plans (With Complete Syllabus) for the Batch
12.1 Lecture Plan (with syllabus) of Courses Offered -1st Semester MBA 23

14.0 Tutorial Sheets of Relevant Courses & Old Question Papers (Last 2 Years) of all Courses

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Academic Structure of the University

Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University

Faculty of Humanities & Faculty of Faculty of Science Faculty of Engineering
Social Science Management

Department of School of Department of Computer
Department of
Philosophy & Business Science & Engineering
Physics
Culture

Department of
Department of Department of Department of Electronics &
Languages & Economics Mathematics Communication
Literature
Engineering

Department of
Department of Biotechnology
Biotechnology
(For M.Sc/Ph.D.)
Department of Energy
Management
Department of
Computer Science
& Engineering Department of
(For M.C.A.) Mechanical Engineering

Department of
The Dean of the Faculty is the academic head of the Faculty which consists of various Architecture &
Departments. The Head of Department is the administrative and academic head of the Landscape Design
Department.

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2017 (Thu-Mon) Showing of Major Exams’ Answer Sheets latest December 19. as per Time -Table) Summer Semester (June-July 2017) Registration & Commencement of Classes June 1st 2017 (Thu) Minor-I June 17th -18th 2017 (Sat-Sun) Minor-II July 8th . 2016 (Fri-Sat) Tue) Commencement of Classes August 01.2016 (Mon) March 1. 2017 (Wed) Resurgence / Titiksha Nov 18-20. 2016 (Fri) Minor-I Examination September 23-26. 2016 (Mon-Tue) January 02 & 03. 2016 (Fri-Sun) March 10-12. 2016 (Mon) May 09. 2017 (Mon-Thu) Showing of Answer Sheets October 03. 2016 (Fri) March 15. 2016 (Wed-Fri) May 11-22. Second Semester Registration & Orientation of new students Aug 01-02. 2016 (Sat) Note: If a working day is declared as additional holiday due to announcement of election or change in date of a festival or any other reason. 2016 (Mon) January 10. 2017 (AN) (Thu) Grades to reach Academic Section December 20. 2016 (Mon) January 03.2016 (Thu) April 10. 2017 Mon- Semester Registration for existing students July 29-30.2016 (Fri-Mon) Feb 20-23. 2016 (Fri-Mon) Mon) November 02-03. 2017 (Tue) Last date for submission of Re-Major Exam August 08. 2017 2017 Grades to reach Academic Section-Re-Major December 30. 2017 (FN) (Thu) by Display of Grades December 19. 2016 (Fri) June 07. First Semester Session 2016-17. 2017 (Fri- Minor-II Examination October 21-24. 2016 (FN) (Tue) May 26. Vacation for Students May 27. 2016 (Mon) January 10. 2017 (Thu to Tue) Last Teaching Day December 05. 2017 (FN) (Fri) December 21. 2017 (Mon) 2017 (All others) *(Lab Major exams will be held in the last respective lab slot of the semester for each course and group. 2017 (Wed) Slots) to be sent to Academic Section latest by March 31-3 April. 2017 (Fri-Sat) Research Day 3rd Week of September 2016 3rd Week of March 2017 Courses to be offered in next Semester (With October 14. 2017 (Mon) Revision Week November 29-December 05. 2017 (Fri-Sun) Student Council Election March 17-18. 2017 (Tue-Wed) Thru) Showing of Answer Sheets November 03. 2016 (FN) (Mon) May 25.July 28. then that day’s classes shall be held on the immediate next Saturday. 5 . 2016 – Jan 01. 2016(Wed- Pre-Registration for next Semester April 11-12. 2016 May 04-09. 2017 (Wed) Exams June 01 (Final Year)/ June 15. Academic Calendar for Academic Session 2016-17 ( FIRST & SECOND SEMESTER) Activities Session 2016-17.2017 (Tue) Major Examination December 07-16. 2017 (Tue) Foundation day August 19.9th 2017 (Sat-Sun) Major July 21st -24th 2017 (Fri-Mon) Submission of Grades July 26th 2016 (Wed) Declaration of Result July 29th. 2016(AN) (Mon) May 25. 2017 (Tue) Grades Last Date for Change in Registered Courses August 08. Notification of Consolidated Results January 16.

Deepak Jain Business Communication and BUN 6017 2-0-2 Lecture F (Wednesday & Friday) Information Technology Practical DD Compt. 3:30 .f. Sushil Kumar Mehta FF First BUL 6061 Business Economics 3-0-0 Dr. 11:30 – 12:30– 1:30. Suparn Sharma B Semester BUL 6011 Business Environment 3-0-0 Dr.B. 10:30 .e. Roop Lal E Lecture Hall 1 BUL 6032 Basics of Marketing Management 3-0-0 Dr. Saurabh C Dr.A. SHRI MATA VAISHNO DEVI UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS TIME TABLE w. Jyoti Sharma AA M. 2:30. BUL 6043 Financial Accounting and Auditing 3-0-0 Dr. 5th September 2016 Day/Time 8:30 . LAB (Both slots on Thursday) 6 . 9:30 . Ashutosh CC BUL 6019 Business Statistics 3-0-0 Dr. 4:30- 9:30 10:30 11:30 12:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 MONDAY A B C E DD AA CC F TUESDAY A C D B BB AA EE E WEDNESDAY C A D F FF EE AA G THURSDAY D BB FF DD DD CC EE G FRIDAY E F G B BB FF CC /N4 Course Code Course L-T-P Faculty Slot BUL 6021 Organization Behaviour 3-0-0 Dr.

so as to enable him/her to have more options for taking courses in the subsequent semesters. degree.1. Each Academic Session consists of two regular Semesters identified as First Semester (Aug-Dec) & Second Semester (Jan-May). Bachelor of Technology in Biotechnology 5. The programs being offered from the academic session 2016-17 are mentioned below. Bachelor of Technology in Electronics & Communication Engineering 3. Attendance requirement will be applicable for all courses except for those on self-study basis. 5 Year Integrated Master of Sciences(Economics) PhD Programmes 3. in the interest of the students. The Minor & Major Exams are conducted during the course of the Summer Semester as per the Schedule.0 Programs of Study The following programs of study are being offered by the university in the academic session 2016-17. Master of Business Administration 2. These courses may be offered on Self-Study basis also.D. Master of Arts (English) 8. Bachelor of Architecture Post-graduate Programs 1. June-July and will be considered as a part of the previous academic session. The semester grade sheets as well the transcript at completion of degree indicate the semester and sessions accordingly. Master of Technology (Electronics & Communication Engineering) 5. Master of Technology (Manufacturing & Automation) 3. Undergraduate Programs 1. The summer semester will be held during the summer break period i. including providing opportunity to students with backlog of courses to register in the Summer Semester and utilize the vacation period for clearing such courses and/or for some advance courses as permissible. the Department may consider offering such course in the Summer Semester and students having obtained ‘E’ or ‘F’ grade in the previous semester(s) may register for the course. 2. The university also offers programs leading to award of Ph.0 Academic Session & Semester The Academic Session is defined as period from July-June. in its endeavor to attain academic excellence. Master of Sciences (Physics) 10. 3. Master of Arts (Philosophy) 7. Master of Computer Applications (M.e. Master of Technology (Renewable Energy) 6. Academic Session 2016-17 is from July 2016 till June 2017. Any Student. 3. Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science & Engineering 2.1 Summer Semester The maximum number of credits that a student can register for. as followed in the Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) pattern of teaching and examination system. and/or feasible. if any. In case there are a significant number of students having backlog in a particular course. e. Master of Sciences (Mathematics) 9. There may also be a Summer Semester of 8 weeks duration during the summer break period for offering various degree program or other courses as may be required.) Dual Degree Integrated Programs 1.0 Introduction Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University (SMVDU) has adopted the Choice Based Credit System. The syllabus of the courses registered for is not diluted in any manner and the requisite number of classes are conducted within the time-frame of the summer semester.C. if the number of registered students is small (upto five). deficient in total credit requirements up to 12 credits. Master of Sciences (Biotechnology) 11.2 Self Study Basis Only a passing out student is eligible for registering for a course on Self-Study basis and is required to submit all the assignments and appear in the Minor & Major Exam and complete all other course related requirements as 7 . The University is offering graduate and postgraduate programs since 2004. Attendance requirement in these courses will be applicable as in the regular semester.g. Master of Technology (Computer Science & Engineering) 4. Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering 4. In case of passing out students. There may be an additional fee for registering for the courses in the Summer Semester. is eligible to register for a maximum of 02 new (fresh) courses during summer semester (subject to upper limit of 12 Credits overall). is limited to 12 credits. e.A. in addition to backlog Courses. in the Summer Semester. they may be allowed to register in the Summer Semester up-to 12 credits for the backlog courses or other eligible courses in lieu thereof.g. Academic Session 2016-17 First Semester (Aug-Dec 2016) & Academic Session 2016-17 Second Semester (Jan-May 2017).

securing the Pass Grade (NP) in these courses is required. There may be some Audit (Non-credit) Courses.School of Business. A passing out student.Post-Graduate. Each course taken by a student as a part of the program of study helps to accumulate credits and once the minimum credit requirement of the program of study is completed.General Management [Sub Area] 02: Human Resource 03: Marketing Management 1 . Engineering EM Department of Energy Management BT Department of Biotechnology LN Department of Languages & Literature PC Department of Philosophy & Culture SE Department of Economics XX New Departments (new codes) Codes for Course Type L Lecture Course C Colloquium P Practical (Lab. Course-Type Course Level Sub-Area Course No.0 Credit System All programs of study are defined in terms of their credit requirements. is defined as one who is deficient by not more than 12 credits for completion of the degree. the degree can be awarded to the candidate. subject to fulfillment of all other relevant conditions. in this context.1 Course Numbering Scheme SC T L SA Y Dept.Course Number Codes for Departments Code Name of Department CS Department of Computer Science & Engineering ME Department of Mechanical Engineering AL Department of Architecture & Landscape Design BU School of Business PH Department of Physics MT Department of Mathematics EC Department of Electronics & Comm. a student is required to register for some courses of his/her interest as Open Elective courses. 4. 4. 8 .communicated by the course coordinator.) Course E Elective D Project Based U Studio T Training S Self-Study N Non-credit Course V Special Topic Lecture Codes for Level of Course Code Faculty Name 1 Under-graduate 1st Year Level Course 2 Under-graduate 2nd Year Level Course 3 Under-graduate 3rd Year Level Course 4 Under-graduate 4th Year Level Course 5 Under-graduate 5th Year Level Course 6 Post-graduate 1st Year Level Course 7 Post-graduate 2nd Year Level Course 8 Post-graduate 3rd Year Level Course 9 Pre-Ph. however. In addition to the core courses and elective courses. Code Code (up to-99) (up to -9) Example: MBA 1st Year Course titled “Introduction to Management” will be numbered as BUL6011 where BUL6011 indicates the following: BU .D. Elective Courses & Open Elective Courses Each Department has a list of approved Core Courses & Elective Courses which are offered in different semesters as per Program requirements. Level Course 4.2 Core Courses. L .Lecture-based Course 6 . 1st year Level Course 01 . which could also be prescribed as core or elective courses for students of any other program.

This means that this subject shall have 3 hours of lecture per week. The course coordinator also has the responsibility of ensuring that if a student is continuously absent from the class for more than a week at a stretch. Therefore 3 lectures / week contribute 3 credits. The Credit/hour structure for certain courses may vary in the B. 2. number of tutorial hours/week and number of practical hours /week to be devoted for the course. 3. 5. BUL 6011 (3-0-0). Engineering 9 .5 Program Structure The Program structure contains the semester-wise list of Core & Elective Courses as well as the credit requirements for the Open Elective Courses to be registered and passed by the student of a program for becoming eligible for award of the degree after completing all other requirements. Codes for Degree (X) Code Name of Department B Bachelor’s Degree M Master’s Degree D Doctoral Degree I Integrated Dual-Degree Codes for Departments (YY) Code Name of Department CS Department of Computer Science & Engineering ME Department of Mechanical Engineering AL Department of Architecture & Landscape Design BU School of Business PH Department of Physics MT Department of Mathematics EC Department of Electronics & Comm. In such a case the course coordinator has the responsibility of co-ordination amongst the concerned faculty members. Therefore 1 tutorial / week contributes 1 credit. conduct of minor and major tests.g. the student is required to obtain a NP grade to pass the subject but will not earn any credit on passing the course.4 Course Coordinator Each course being taught has a faculty member who acts as the course coordinator for that course. awarding of grades and attendance of students. e. Department Elective courses may include courses from other Departments as specified & may be considered relevant to the program. The program course structure clearly enlists the Core Courses. The course coordinator has the complete responsibility for the conduct of that course including conduct of class-work.0 Entry Number of Students Each UG & PG student is assigned a unique Entry Number (9 character long) at the time of joining a program of study and this remains the main mode of identification for the duration of the stay in the campus. conduct of tutorials. then the Director of the Department to which the student belongs is intimated in writing along with the Director of the Department which is offering the course.Architecture program and is as per the course structure provided in the Course of Study. Passing the course however is mandatory. there can be some courses which can be Non-Credit Courses also.4. Sometimes different parts of the course may be taught by more than one faculty member. 4. 16 X XX$ / YY£ 002 Year of Degree Program / Department Student Distinctive Joining Code Code Code Number $ For all UG & PG students XX (Program Code) will be used in the Entry Number. BUL 6021 (3-1-0) means this course is worth 3+1=4 credits. Each lecture/week contributes one credit. Under the Open Elective Course category. after having earned 100 credits. Every two hours of lab work contributes 1 credit. For calculating the number of credits associated with a subject. £ For doctoral students YY (Department Code) will be used instead of XX (Program Code). Under Open Elective Category:  PG students are not eligible to opt for UG courses offered by their own Department  UG students.3 Course Structure Description The structure and credits associated with each course are defined by the (L-T-P) structure which indicates the number of lecture hours /week. e. 4. Elective Courses and Open Elective Courses in the Program structure. a student is eligible to register for any core or elective course offered by any Department other than his/her own Department or an additional elective course of own Department. Therefore 2 hours of practical work/week contribute 1 credit. Each tutorial /week contributes one credit. However. In such courses. the following rules apply: 1. are eligible to register for the PG courses Passing the core-courses of a program is mandatory while in case of an elective course a student can register for same or an alternate elective course being offered by the same Department.g. timely distribution of assignments.

(Energy Management) MM M. (Physics) MB M. During the course of a semester.B.C. (Biotechnology) PY M. These assignments carry marks which contribute to the total obtained for that subject. viz. ES 5 Year Integrated M. in Economics CA M. Students are required to sit for three tests. MP M.A. obtained in all completed semesters. Minor-II carry a weight age of 40% while the assignments. Engineering) MA M. 60 and 90 working days approximately. Tech.(Master of Computer Applications) 6. major test. However this should be notified by the Course Coordinator at the beginning of the Semester. the faculty member assigns a grade to each student depending upon the performance of the student in that course in minor tests.Arch MS M. (Electronics & Comm. a student is evaluated in the following manner: 1. However. EM Department of Energy Management BT Department of Biotechnology LN Department of Languages & Literature PC Department of Philosophy & Culture SE Department of Economics Code of Program Code Program of Study CS B.(Philosophy) EN M. 10 . W & S/Z grade courses Semester SGPA = ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ∑ (Registered Course credits) except audit & S/Z grade courses Semester The CGPA is calculated on the basis of all pass grades. (Industrial Biotechnology) EC B. assignments.Arch program in specific courses which will be duly notified by the Director of the Department at the beginning of the relevant Semester At the end of the semester. Using the grades that are assigned to each student in each course. Course Coordinator can change the weightage to Major-40%.0 Evaluation System The objective of the examination system at SMVDU is to expose students to continuous evaluation rather than focus only at term end exams.1 Evaluation Indices The performance of a student is evaluated in terms of two indices. quiz.Sc. This system also puts the onus on students to perform consistently and not study in a sporadic manner. registered for in the particular semester: ∑ (Earned credits x Grade point) for all course except audit .Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) IB B.Tech. Engineering) AR B. I. (Mathematics) BT M. Also. (Computer Science & Engineering) MC M.A. (Electronics & Comm. Major test carries a weight age of 50% while Minor-I. 4. (Computer Science & Engineering) ME B. presentations etc carry a weight age of 10%. presentations etc. However this should be notified by the Course Coordinator at the beginning of the Semester.Sc. quiz. The SGPA is calculated on the basis of grades obtained in all courses.Tech. These are called Minor I. 3. (Manufacturing & Automation) EM M. Minor-I & Minor-II-20% each and 10% can be assigned to quiz and another 10% to assignments. which are conducted after 30. 6. This system ensures that the students develop the ability to study regularly and do not need to put any extraordinary work towards the end of the semester. except audit courses and courses in which S/Z grade is awarded. the system encourages the use of assignments to inculcate the spirit of self-learning in the students besides developing ability to solve practical problems. the CGPA and the SGPA are calculated.Tech.A.Tech.Sc. Faculty members may assign weight age to quiz. which t h e y a r e r e q u i r e d submit on specified dates.Tech. Minor-II and Major. presentations or any similar activity besides the two assignments.(English) DP Ph.Sc. the Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) which is the Grade Point Average for a semester and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) which is the Grade Point for all the completed semesters at any point in time. 2.D.A.Tech. The above mentioned structure may vary in the B. The dates for submission of assignments are defined in academic Calendar. which is generally of 90 working days. except audit courses and courses in which S/Z grade is awarded. Students are given a minimum of two assignments by the faculty member.

I grade courses 23 Cumulative points secured in all passed courses 288 CGPA = ------------------------------------------------------.3 = 20 Points secured in this semester (total of column 6) = 141 Cumulative points secured as of date (total of points secured in previous semesters and current semester) = 147 + 141= 288 Points secured in the semester 141 SGPA = -----------------------------------------------------.5 6 9 Credits registered in the semester (total of column 2 excluding W grades courses) = 23 Earned credits in the semester =(total of column 2.5 C(+) 1.= 6.5 8 12 EMEP 102B 1.125 Credits registered excluding S/Z. I & S/Z 21+20 grade courses 6.2 Grading system At the end of the term after conduct of minor and major tests the course coordinator awards a grade to each students depending upon their performance. ∑ (Earned Course credits x Grade point) for all course except audit. The different grades are as follows: 11 . each grade is associated with the number of points it carries.02 Cumulative earned credits.= 6.credits lost due to F/ W/I) = 23.13 Credits registered excluding S/Z.credits lost due to F/ W/I)) = 24-3=21 Points secured in this semester (total of column 6) = 147 Points secured in the semester 147 SGPA = -----------------------------------------------------.0 Cumulative earned credits. w. I. & S/Z 21 grade courses As can be seen the denominator for CGPA is not same as for SGPA because the student got ‘F’ grade and thus did not earn the credit. excluding audit. I grade courses 24 Cumulative points secured in all passed courses 147 CGPA = ----------------------------------------------------------.= 7. & S/Z grade courses All Semester CGPA = ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ∑ (Earned Course credits) except audit & S/Z grade courses All Semester An example of these calculations is given below: Semester –I Course No Course Grade Earned Grade Points Credits Awarded Credits Points Secured= 2x5 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) SMTL 101B 4 C(+) 4 6 24 SMTL 102B 4 C 4 5 20 EMEL 101B 3 A(+) 3 10 30 PCLL 101B 3 B(+) 3 8 24 ECSL 101B 3 F 0 0 0 ECSL 102B 4 B 4 7 28 SPMP 101B 1. I. However.= ------. No marks are awarded.= ------.5 B(+) 1. excluding audit.5 8 12 ECSP 101B 1.5 B(+) 1.= ------= 7.= ---.5 6 9 Credits registered in the semester (total of column 2 excluding W grades courses) = 24 Earned credits in the semester = (total of column 2. At end of Semester –II for same student Course No Course Grade Earned Grade Points Credits Awarded Credits Points Secured= 2x5 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) SMTL 103B 4 C(+) 4 6 24 SMTL 104B 4 C 4 5 20 ECSL 103B 3 A(+) 3 10 30 EECL 101B 4 B(+) 4 8 32 EECL 102B 3 F 0 0 0 ECSP 102B 2 B 2 7 14 SPMP 102B 1.5 C(+) 1.

P (practical). however. this is counted in the calculation of the SGPA. V (Special Module) category course. NP or NF Grades These grades are awarded in a course that the student opts to audit or in Non-Credit Courses. in case of ‘F’ grade awardees. before or during the major examination period. only Elective subjects can be chosen as Audit course. the student can apply for I-grade. However. It may be awarded to a student if he/she has not fulfilled all the requirements of the course due to absence on medical grounds or exceptional circumstances. A student will be permitted to do any number of audit courses over and above the graduation requirements. In case there are significant number of students having backlog in a particular course. Also for UG students. Further ‘E’ or ‘F’ grade obtained in any course is recorded permanently on the Semester Grade Sheet as well as the Transcript. In case of ‘E’ grade.Grade in that course. the attendance requirement will also apply. until a passing grade is obtained. the nearest substitute course is to be done by a student having backlog in the old course. except for attendance requirement. Grade Points Description of Performance Marks Assigned A(+) 10 Outstanding > 90 A 9 Excellent > 80 to 90 B(+) 8 Very Good >70 to 80 B 7 Good >60 to 70 C(+) 6 Fair >50 to 60 C 5 Poor >40 to 50 D 4 Marginal >35 to 40 E 3 Fail >25 to 35 F 0 Fail 0-25 I . C(+) & C Grades 'C(+)' grade stands for Fair while C for Poor. An Application requesting ‘I’ grade should be made at the earliest but not later than the last day of major tests. Audit applications are allowed during the first four weeks of a semester. Incomplete NP . The student should complete all course requirements within 10 days of the last date of Major Tests. I Grade An 'I' grade denotes incomplete requirements in any L (lecture).e. The Dean will further process the request through AR(A&E) for grant of approval from the competent authority. for UG students at the most 8 credits can be counted towards the minimum requirement of 185 credits. D Grade The 'D' Grade stands for Marginal performance. a student is required to complete all requirements. the CGPA to percentage equivalence is obtained by multiplying CGPA by ten (10. the Department may offer such course in the Summer semester and students having obtained ‘E’ or ‘F’ grade may register for the course during the Summer Semester. B(+) & B Grades ´B(+)´ grade stands for Very Good performance while B for Good performance. Withdrawal X . Satisfactory U . the information will be passed on to the course coordinators also. In case a core course ceases to exist in the process of revision of the curriculum. i. Audit facility is open to all students who have completed 100 credits for UG students. The ‘I’ grade will then be converted to a regular grade. with respect to the course when registered again. In case of absence on medical grounds or other exceptional circumstances. 12 . it is the minimum passing grade in any course. Audit Fail W . A student has to repeat all core courses in which she/he obtains E or F grade. In case of elective courses in which E or F grade has been obtained. Continued S . The application should be made to the Director of the Department of the student's program who will recommend the same to the Dean of the College/Faculty for grant of approval depending on the merit of the case. 75% attendance in a course is necessary for being eligible for request of I. Unsatisfactory As the University is following Absolute Grading System. E & F Grades The ‘E’ & ‘F’ grades indicate failing in a course. Audit Pass NF . However. A(+) & A Grades ´A(+)´ grade stands for Outstanding achievement while A for Excellent performance. Once approved. the student may take the same course or any other course from the same category.0) Appearing in Major examination is a mandatory requirement for award of any pass grade in any course. This grade is not counted in the calculation of the CGPA. as applicable to all other fresh students.

Withdrawal from a course is permitted until one week after the first Minor Tests. M. failing which his/her admission in the program will stand terminated and his/her name struck from the rolls of the program.B. The students can register in the forthcoming semester for courses based on the Time-Table constraints and pre- requisite requirements.0 Requirements for Continua tion and conditions for Termination of Admission for all programs At the completion of the first two semesters attended by a student (excluding Semester Withdrawal). Mini Project. thesis work whereas ‘U’ denotes unsatisfactory performance in Ph. Attendance requirement will be applicable as specified in Attendance rules 8. ‘S’ grade will also be assigned for satisfactory completion of NSS. Major Project based on the application of the student.. 3 Years M.D. 1. In case of Major Project part I. The credits of the course are counted towards his total load for the semester.) MCA 4 Years * The period of Semester Withdrawal is not counted towards the maximum time limit for completion of degree. In case of passing out students deficient in total credit requirements up to 12 credits. If either of these requirements is not fulfilled. Otherwise. Minor Project. X Grade The 'X' grade is awarded for incomplete work in Independent Study. the Department may decide to offer the course in the Summer Semester for which attending the classes will be a requirement. S & Z Grades The 'S' grade denotes satisfactory performance in Ph. the student is not permitted to register for Major Project part II simultaneously as Major Project Part I is a pre- requisite for Major Project Part II.A.The audit pass (NP) Grade is awarded if the student's attendance is above 75% in the class and he/she has obtained at least 'D' grade unless course coordinator has specified a higher criterion at the beginning of the semester.Arch. 13 . etc. if the same student has earned at least 80% of the Credits (as per Course Structure) in either of the first two semesters attended by him/her then his/her admission will not be terminated. The grades obtained in an audit course are not considered in the calculation of SGPA or CGPA however they are counted towards the total number of credits earned subject to the upper limit of 8 credits for UG courses. On completion of the work.. they may be allowed to register in the Summer Semester upto 12 credits for the backlog courses or other eligible courses in lieu of these courses. It is mandatory to pass all courses mentioned as a part of the course structure of that particular program including non-credit courses. For PG programs the credits are not counted towards degree completion credit requirements. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) Requirement A student must obtain a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 5. M. A student can be awarded 'X' grade only once in a course. This will also apply to students who are not on the verge of passing out..3 Evaluation Methodology for Courses with Theory & Lab Component For courses which consist of both theory & Lab component e. Maximum Period for Completion of Degree The maximum period for completion of degree is as below: Program Max. Period for Completion of Degree * B.A. Earned Credits The earned credit requirements for award of degree are equal to the credits of all courses as defined in the program structure. 3. the student is required to earn 60% of the total credits as per Course Structure. thesis work. 6 Years B. W Grade A 'W' grade is awarded in a course where the student has opted to withdraw from the course.D.g. the student is required to register for the course in the next semester.Sc. 7 Years Full Time Master’s Degree Programs (M. Further. These courses could be registered and studied on Self-Study basis also. if any. However. X grade can be converted to a regular grade within the first week of the next semester. the marks obtained in the two components are merged together (out of 100 marks) in the ratio of the credits of the theory and lab component.0 Requirements for Award of Degree It is mandatory for the student to complete successfully each of the criterion mentioned at Point 1-6 above for award of degree. 7. 2. the student is awarded 'X' grade on a permanent basis and it appears in his/her grade card. 6. the audit fail (NF) grade is awarded. After this. “ECSL 208B Introduction to Data Structures (2-0- 2)” the evaluation methodology consists of evaluation of Theory component and Lab component separately out of 100 marks each initially.0 at end of the Program for being eligible for award of any UG or PG degree. Failure to complete any one of the above requirements will make the student in-eligible for award of Degree and his/her admission will be terminated. In case there are significant number of students having backlogs in a particular course. for award of degree.Tech.Tech.

Practical training duration is a minimum of 8 weeks for B. Semester Registration will be mandatory for the Summer Semester for all PhD scholars and students of full-time M. Arch. 4. each student must consult his /her student advisor to finalize the academic program keeping in view minimum/ maximum numbers of total and lecture credits. A student may be allowed to register for as many mandated and/or backlog courses as he/she can attend or register for as per the Time-Table constraints during each regular semester.3 Slot System For Time Table A slot based centralized Time Table will be devised in every semester of every academic session.Tech. a student should intimate the same to his/her course advisor and the Dean. Training should be carried out preferably in industry or R&D institutions in India or recognized architectural offices for B. 9. This training will be normally undertaken in the summer vacation following the 6th semester for B.Arch. This also facilitates the Department administration to know in advance the courses for which the students wish to register in the forthcoming semester and the number of students registering for each course. workload and students interests.Tech. An S or X grade is awarded to each student for NSS which requires 40 hours of time devoted to NSS activities.2 Advice on Courses At the time of completing the registration form. In addition to the Semester Registration at the beginning of each semester (August/January).Tech. On-line Registration System is used to keep track of the courses chosen by each student besides providing information to the student regarding his/her backlog courses. Minimum Number of Academic Semesters A student is required to register for at-least 8 semesters for B.4 Lower and Upper Limits for credits registered. a student is not able to complete this requirement in the first year. and during 7th semester for B. 9. The grade obtained will be displayed on the grade sheet. However. who come to the university for Project/Summer Training. past performance. subject to the approval of the Vice Chancellor.Students not meeting the above conditions after completion of required credits in the degree programme may be permitted to register for additional elective courses under any category to improve the CGPA within the maximum time limit for completion of that programme.0 Regulations & Procedures 9.. Students from any other program wishing to stay back during the Summer Semester are also required to register for the Summer Semester. Concerned students will have to register for NSS as a Non-credit Course. backlog of courses.Arch. course.Tech. Practical training may also be taken in any academic institution of national importance. 9. he/she must complete it by the end of the 2nd year (4th semester).Tech. program.Arch. each student will have to register for a minimum of 12 credits in a regular semester unless the number of credits required for the award of degree is less than 12 and/or it is due to constraints of Time Table or courses offering. however. & 100 working days for B. Arch. The Registration procedure ensures that the students name is on the roll list of each course that he/she wants to study in a semester.(EM)-Part Time to be eligible for award of degree. 9. program and 5-year B. During registration each student is required to indicate clearly the courses he is registering for. If. 14 . The objective is to enable the students to have the flexibility to opt for elective courses being offered by Departments other than their own and enable the Departments to design the Time-Table based on Pre-Registration information submitted by students. program must complete the prescribed number of days of practical training to the satisfaction of the concerned Department. Registration of the students from external institutions. 4 Semesters for Full-Time PG Courses and 6 Semesters for Part-Time PG courses such as M. NSS All undergraduate students are required to enroll for NSS in the first year. Withdrawal Semester & Summer Semester do not count towards this. a Pre-registration for the forthcoming semester is also required to be done by each student during the preceding semester in March/October. SGPA/CGPA. 10 Semester for B. Registration for courses to be taken in a particular semester will be done according to a specified schedule as indicated in Academic Calendar. In case of illness or absence during registration. Practical Training A student of the 4-year B. No credit is given if the student attends a course for which he/she has not registered. prerequisite. This requirement should be completed in one year. 6. 5.. The Registration for Summer Semester will be done in the last week of May.1 Semester Registration& Pre -Registration Registration in each semester is a mandatory requirement. program. This is beneficial to the students since they are aware of the courses being offered by the Departments in the forthcoming semester. failing which the name of the students will be struck off the rolls of the university. Registration after due date or in absentia will be allowed only in rare cases at the discretion of Dean of the Faculty.Tech. will be done in a different mode. Registration is done twice every Academic Session at the beginning of the semester in August/January.

or drop a course(s) for which he/she has already registered for. this period of withdrawal will not be counted towards the maximum time limit for completion of degree. sickness or other contingencies. every scheduled practical class will count as one unit irrespective of the number of contact hours. For the purpose of attendance calculation. besides backlog courses. A student with less than 75% attendance but more than 60% attendance in any course during the semester shall be allowed to sit for the Major Exam. the credits of the audit course are counted towards the total credits earned while in PG courses the credits of the audit course are not counted as earned credits. only Elective subjects can be chosen as Audit course. This facility is restricted to the first week of the semester. however he will be awarded a grade one lower than the grade actually earned by him/her based on the marks obtained. and if recommended by BUGS /BPGS & approved by the Vice-Chancellor.7 Attendance Requirements All the students are expected to attend every lecture. Application for semester withdrawal must be made as early as possible and latest before the start of the major tests. register for the course and attend all classes. i. to account for late registration. A student can also choose to withdraw from a semester for the following reasons: 1) Industrial internship 2) Disciplinary action 3) Extra-ordinary situation which renders the student unable to continue studies in the immediate future on any genuine and justifiable ground. In case of audit / non-credit courses NP grade will be changed to NF if attendance is less than 60%.6 Semester Withdrawal (Undergraduate & Postgraduate students) If a student is absent for more than 20 teaching days in a semester on medical grounds. NP or NF grades are awarded in a Audit Course and these grades and credits are not counted towards calculation of SGPA/CGPA. However.5 Addition. the minimum attendance requirement will be 75% of the classes actually held. A student will be permitted to do any number of audit courses over and above the graduation requirements. Audit and Withdrawal from courses a) Add/Drop: A student has the option to add a course(s) that he/she has not registered for. No applications for semester withdrawal will be considered after the major tests have commenced. 9. However in case of UG. He will be required to meet the attendance requirement when he registers for the course the next time and should carefully consider the feasibility of the same before withdrawing. 9. tutorial and practical class. 15 .A student will not be allowed to register for more than 12 credits in the Summer Semester. He/She should be careful in considering the feasibility of meeting the attendance criterion before withdrawing. 9. It is mandatory for a student to clear that course to be eligible for award of degree. In case a student withdraws from an elective course he has a choice to either register for the same course the next time it is offered or to register for some other elective course being offered this time or next time. Attendance record will be maintained by the concerned faculty for all lectures. c) Withdrawal: A student who wants to withdraw from a course should apply within one week of the end of first minor test. b) Audit: A student may apply for changing a credit course to an audit one within one week of the end of the first minor test. However. However. for UG students at the most 8 credits can be counted towards the minimum requirement of 185 credits. The application for withdrawal will be considered for approval by the Vice-Chancellor if recommended by the Director of the Department & Dean of the Faculty. In case a student seeks Semester Withdrawal then this will result in withdrawal for a semester only and the student may be allowed to register in the subsequent semester. withdrawal from all courses registered in that semester. in either case. The application for withdrawal on Medical Grounds must be supported by a Medical Certificate issued by a duly registered Medical practitioner along with copies of relevant prescriptions. Audit facility is open to all students who have completed 100 credits for UG students. tutorials and practicals held. the student is required to meet the attendance requirement when he registers for the same elective the next time or takes a new elective this time or the next time. Deletion. However the student may be allowed to register for only those courses in the subsequent semester. Also for UG students. then he/she may apply for withdrawal from that semester.e. The period of withdrawal can’t be more than one year after which the student’s admission will be cancelled. However. for which the pre- requisite condition is met. Medical Test reports etc. In case a student withdraws from a core course he is required to register for the same the next time it is offered. A student with less than 60% attendance will not be allowed to appear in the Major Exam and will be awarded Fail grade (‘E’ or ‘F’ as per the total marks obtained). The student will be required to re-take the course i. 9.e. A withdrawal grade (W) will be awarded in such cases. The opinion of the Medical Officer of the University will be obtained in this case.8 Absence during the semester a) A student must inform the Director of the Department and Dean of the Facultyimmediately of any instance of continuous absence from classes.

Impersonating or misrepresenting any other candidate in connection with the examination. Once approved. f) If a student is continuously absent from the institute for more than four weeks without notifying the Director of the Department.e. 2. The application should be made to the Director of the Department of the student's program who will recommend the same to the Dean of the Facultyfor grant of approval depending on the merit of the case. the student can apply for I-grade. 2. An Application requesting I. withdrawal from all courses registered that semester as mentioned at Rule 9. 7. 4. 3. Possessing a lethal weapon or fire arm or coming in drunken condition to the examination hall. Forcing his entry into examination hall for the purpose of taking the examination even after being told that he/she is not eligible to sit in the examination. The students should search their pockets and seats (on & around) and if any such material is present. 8. 11. assignments and laboratory work that he may have missed. The student should complete all course requirements within 10 days of the last date of Major tests. the information will be passed on to the course coordinators also. its inner sheets. 6. 16 . NF). d) In case of absence on medical grounds or other special circumstances. The students are not allowed to bring mobile phones in the examination hall 4. b) A student who is absent due to illness or any other emergency. The students should be asked to sit as per the seating plan prepared by the invigilator.grade will then be converted to a proper grade (A to F. The I. c) A student who has been absent in the minor test due to illness should approach the course coordinator for re-conduct of Minor test which may be allowed by Dean under specific circumstances as detailed in Rule 9. the same should be placed outside the exam hall/ room. The Dean will further process the request through AR(Academics) for grant of approval from the competent authority. mobile phones. e) In case the period of absence on medical grounds is more than 20 working days during the semester. a student may apply for withdrawal from the semester.9 Re-conduct of Minor Exam if missed In case a student fails to appear in any Minor Exam due to exceptional circumstances then re-conduct of the missed Minor Exam may be allowed by the Dean of the College/Faculty on the recommendation of the Course Coordinator and the Director of the Department offering the course. Engaging in any other act or omission which creates the tendency to disrupt the orderly conduct of the examination. Misbehaving or creating disturbance of any kind in and around the examination hall or organizing a walk out or instigating other to walk out. The material could be a piece of paper/cloth. Copying from or referring to any material other than the question paper or answer book of the candidate himself during the course of examination. 10.0 Un-Fair Means Cases 10. Smuggling in an answer book or continuation sheet or taking out or arranging to send out the question paper or an answer book or a continuation sheet or replacing the answer book. before or during the major examination period. i. arms. 75% attendance in a course is necessary for being eligible for request of I.6 above.1 Unfair Means & Misconduct by Students during Exams The following actions performed by any student during the course of his/ her examination shall be termed as unfair means/misconduct by the candidate:- 1.grade should be made at the earliest but not later than the last day of major tests. should approach the course coordinator for make-up quizzes. 3. 10.9 below. up to a maximum of 2 weeks. calculator. 5. The Minor Exam should usually be re-conducted before the next Minor or Major Exam whichever is earlier. benches in the examination hall/ labs or different parts of the human body such as hands. Bringing to the examination hall any material with the intention to use it in attempting the questions or performing some experiments in the labs during the course of examination.2 Preventive Measures (Do’s & Don’ts) The following is a list of Do’s & Don’ts for Students sitting for an exam: 1. However. Taking/ providing help in performing the experiments in the lab or fields during the course of exam.Grade in that course. feet etc. The students must not possess any material with them other than the ones permitted which could be of any help in the course of examination. 10. 9. his/her name will be removed from university’s rolls. Refusal to obey the orders of the Faculty Invigilator. the application for re- conduct of Minor Exam must be received within 07 working days after the end of Minor Exams. or continuation sheets during or after the examination with or without the connivance of the staff on duty in connection with the examination. NP. Taking help from the peer examinees in the form of verbal conversation or seeing /showing the answer book of/ to other examinees with or without their consent. 9.

the student be failed in the subject in which the student was caught using unfair means irrespective of the fact whether he is caught during Minor or Major exam of the subject. otherwise. In the case of second such offence. 14. The UMC committee shall submit its recommendations for consideration and approval by the Vice Chancellor at the earliest. 9. If the candidate was found having in his/her possession or accessible to him/her papers. In case a student is found conversing/ talking to his/her peers during the course of examination for the first time. 12. books or notes which do not relate to the subject of examination and which could not possibly be of any assistance to him . The paper setter should clearly mention on the question paper whether the calculator is required to be used in the exam hall or not. The students are not allowed to converse/talk to their peers during the course of examination. A copy of the Warning Letter be sent to the parents of the student ii. Dean of the Facultyto which the student belongs ii. the committee shall proceed ex-parte. The answer book and the material used for unfair means will be confiscated by the invigilator and a statement to the effect may be got recorded from the student who possessed the material and was taking help from the same. Subject coordinator v. Otherwise the student may be allowed to leave the exam hall after half of the time allowed for exam is over. 3. In case of any difficulty/ requirement. then the invigilator may record that the student had refused to record such a statement. In case the student refuses to record such a statement. A warning letter be issued to the student and a copy be sent to his/her parents. Concerned Invigilator as Presenter vi. The invigilator will give a new answer booklet to the student if the student intends to continue his/her exam. 10. The use of unfair means case shall be discussed by the UMC Committee where by the student shall be given a chance to defend his/ her case before the committee. 13. The students should place their I-cards on their tables(it is mandatory for the students to carry their I- cards during any exam) 10.3 Procedure to Deal a Case pertaining to the Use of Unfair Means/Misconduct during the examination If a student is caught using unfair means during the course of his/ her examination by the invigilator or any other member of faculty on examination duty. In case a student behaves in a hostile manner or creates a ruckus and disturbs other students or there is a mass protest by the students inside the exam hall. Director of the Department to which the Subject Coordinator belongs iv. 5. 6. Accordingly an announcement whether the calculator is allowed or not should be made by the invigilator. the faculty member will report the matter immediately to the Director of the concerned Departments and the Dean of the college. At the end of the examination. However there are still many subjects where the use of calculator is not required. 6. 4. However. 8. The students must not try to refer to the answer book/ question paper of their peer examinees. The students may not be allowed to leave the exam hall before half of the time allowed for exam is over. 2. The notice relating to the date & time of hearing of the case shall be sent to the candidate through the Director of the Department to which the candidate belongs. a UMC case may be recorded against the student. 7. Secretarial assistance for this purpose may be provided by the A&E Section. Director of the Department to which the student belongs iii. a new date of hearing shall be fixed by the committee. the faculty member may ask for his/ her seat to be changed but if he/she continues to do it. a more stringent action including expulsion from university may be taken against him/ her. The students are not allowed to leave the exam hall during the first 90 minutes of their examination for the purpose of attending to the toilets or otherwise. the invigilator will submit the case in the prescribed form along with both the answer books and the confiscated material to the Director of the Department to which the subject belongs. In case delay is caused in the service of the notice for no fault on the part of the candidate. In case of first such offence by the student. 11. The students may be allowed to enter the examination hall/ room not more than 10 minutes before the start of examination. The students may not be allowed to appear for the examination after 30 minutes of the start of the examination. 7. 17 . The case shall be presented by the concerned invigilator. before the UMC committee. AR/ A & E as Secretary 5. after recording his own statement regarding the use of unfair means by the student. the following sequence of steps must be taken: 1. i. if the material used for Unfair Means is like the desk or some part (s) of the human body or is some oral conversation between peer examinees and can’t be attached with the answer book of the student then the invigilator may call the Director of the Department to which the student belongs so as to make him witness the case. If the service of the notice is not affected due to the fault of the candidate. The UMC committee constituted shall consist of the following : i. The UMC Committee may observe the following guidelines for the purpose of awarding punishment to the student. no action may be taken against the candidate. the student may raise his/ her hand to indicate his intention to converse with the faculty in charge on invigilation duty. the student be awarded zero marks only in the concerned examination such as minor 1 or minor 2 or major and a warning letter be issued to the student. Although the use of calculators becomes essential to answer the questions for many engineering and science subjects. warning him to desist from such activities and in case of repetition of such as an offence.

A warning letter with copy to his/her parents may also be issued.Arch program are advised to contact the Director of Department of Architecture & Landscape Design to get more information on this and for any new amendments subsequently. iv. The student should be counseled by his faculty-mentor so as to persuade the student not to indulge in such malpractices in future. The faculty-mentor may recommend that the faculty member teaching the subject may give some extra time to the student so that the student is enabled to understand and pass the subject. 18 . a disqualification for the candidate from passing or from appearing in University examinations for a period of up-to 3 years depending upon the gravity of the case. 3. the committee shall have the right to recommend to the Competent Authority. The following steps are recommended to be taken:- 1. In the case of 3rd subsequent offense. Provided further that the Vice-Chancellor may entertain an appeal after the expiry of the said period if he is satisfied that the appellant has sufficient justification for not preferring the appeal in time Note: All Rules & Regulations. Any revisions made will be notified by the university separately and shall be applicable as and when notified. In case a student still indulges in such an offence after case iii above.Chancellor as per Para (C) above may be given to the student. 10. For unfair means/ misconduct of the nature specified by A(5) to A(11) above . The period of disqualification shall commence from the session in which the candidate is found to have committed the misconduct. Certain set of rules. Program Course structure & Detailed Syllabus as given in the “Courses of Study (UG&PG) 2013-14” booklet may be revised by the university for the purpose of streamlining and improving quality of academic system in the university. iii. v. Students admitted to the B.4 Remedial Measures The remedial measures include the punishments and counseling given to the students who are caught using unfair means so that they don’t repeat the offence during the course of their studies.Arch program and have been notified vide Notification No.5 Appeal against Punishment awarded by UMC A candidate aggrieved by the punishment awarded to him/her may prefer an appeal to the Vice Chancellor within forty five days from the date of the order. 10. The punishment as recommended by the UMC Committee and approved by the Vice. the student be failed in all the subjects registered by the student during that semester. strict action as deemed fit including expulsion from university may be taken against the student. 2. regulations and procedures apply specifically to the B. SMVDU/A&E/11/2008 dated 23rd Feb 2012.

Major Project in any Elective area that carries 4 credits (Evaluated through Project report/ Dissertation with viva voce by an external examiner) Industrial Training. Summer Training for 8-10 weeks that carries 3 credits (Evaluated through internal expert panel) LIST OF COURSES SEMESTER I General Courses Semester I BUL 6021 Organization Behaviour 3 credits (3-0-0) BUL 6043 Financial Accounting and Auditing 3 credits (3-0-0) BUL 6061 Business Economics 3 credits (3-0-0) BUL 6011 Business Environment 3 credits (3-0-0) BUL 6019 Business Statistics 3 credits (3-0-0) BUL 6032 Basics of Marketing Management 3 credits (3-0-0) BUC 6011 Viva-voce 1 credit Non-Credit Courses BUL 6013 Business Communication & Information Technology Non-Credit (2-0-2) Semester II BUL 6022 Human Resource Management 3 credits (3-0-0) BUL 6044 Financial Management 3 credits (3-0-0) BUL 6015 Management Science 3 credits (3-0-0) BUL 6016 Production & Operations Management 3 credits (3-0-0) BUL 6018 Business Laws 3 credits (3-0-0) BUL 6033 Marketing Decision Making 3 credits (3-0-0) BUL 6071 International Business Environment 3 credits (3-0-0) BUC 6012 Viva voce 1 credit Semester III BUL 7011 Strategic Management 3 credits (3-0-0) BUL 7012 Entrepreneurship Development 3 credits (3-0-0) BUT 7011 Summer Training Report Presentation and Viva-voce 3 credits Non-Credit Courses BUN 7011 Basics of French Language Non Credit (2-0-0) Semester IV BUL 7013 Total Quality Management 3 credits (3-0-0) BUL 7014 Project Management 3 credits (3-0-0) BUD7011 Major Project 4 credits Specialisations Finance Semester III BUE 7041 Advanced Financial Management 3 credits (3-0-0) BUE 7042 Working Capital Management 3 credits (3-0-0) BUE 7043 Security Analysis & Portfolio Management 3 credits (3-0-0) 19 . Program Structure of the MBA 1st-semester Program (2016-18) Two-Year MBA Programme Overall Structure Minimum Maximum Duration 2 years 3 years Total Credits 90 Non-Credit Courses 2 courses Core Module 17 Modules of 3 credits 1 Module of 4 credits (Dissertation) 2 modules of 1 credit Non-Credit courses 3 modules Elective Module Specialization streams Dual Specializations: Elective A 5 (15 credits) Elective B 5 (15 credits) Research Module .

Documentation 3 credits (3-0-0) BUE 7075 Foreign Exchange Management 3 credits (3-0-0) 20 .Semester IV BUE 7044 Financial Derivatives and Risk Management 3 credits (3-0-0) BUE 7045 Financial Markets & Institutions 3 credits (3-0-0) Marketing Semester III BUE 7031 Strategic Marketing 3 credits (3-0-0) BUE 7032 Advertising & Branding 3 credits (3-0-0) BUE 7033 Rural Marketing 3 credits (3-0-0) Semester IV BUE 7034 Services Marketing 3 credits (3-0-0) BUE 7035 Retailing & Merchandising 3 credits (3-0-0) Human Resource Management Semester III BUE 7021 Management of Industrial Relations 3 credits (3-0-0) BUE 7022 Organizational Psychology 3 credits (3-0-0) BUE 7023 Management of Change & OD 3 credits (3-0-0) Semester IV BUE 7026 Strategic HRM 3 credits (3-0-0) BUE 7025 Performance Management 3 credits (3-0-0) Supply Chain Management Semester III BUE 7051 Logistics Management 3 credits (3-0-0) BUE 7052 Global Logistics Management 3 credits (3-0-0) BUE 7053 Relationship & Supplier Management 3 credits (3-0-0) Semester IV BUE 7054 Information Management & Supply Chain Networking 3 credits (3-0-0) BUE 7056 Supply Chain Modeling & Corporate Practices 3 credits (3-0-0) International Business Semester III BUE 7071 International Financial Management 3 credits (3-0-0) BUE 7072 International Marketing 3 credits (3-0-0) BUE 7073 International HRM 3 credits (3-0-0) Semester IV BUE 7074 Export-Import Procedures.

Detailed Syllabus & Lecture Plan of All Courses Offered for Students of MBA-1st Sem in FIRST Semester. Aug-Dec 2016 21 .

. Johari Window. Week 10. Attribution Theory. Person-Job Fit Theory Factors affecting Perception. Greenberg et al. Management vs. Application of Motivation Theories Week 15. Essentials of Management. Pearson 3. Robbins. Stress Management Week 18. TMH 2. Fred Luthans. Week 3. Nature and Functions of Management Week 2. (22-26 Aug) Planning Function of Management. Sanghi. Judge. (7-11 Nov) Group Behaviour. (17-21 Oct) affecting Perception Oct 21-24 Minor-II Exam Week 13. (3-7 Oct) Nature and Factors affecting Attitude Change. (8-12 Aug) Scientific Management Thoughts. Pearson 4. Directing. (31 Oct-4 Nov) Process Theories of Motivation. Koontz & Weihrich. Nature. Lecture Plan Organization Behaviour BUL 6021 3–0–0=3 Week 1. Personality Traits. Reinforcement strategies of Learning. Week 4. Mullins. Management by Objectives. Management & OB. (5-9 Sep) Coordination and Cooperation. (10-14 Oct) Personality Factors. Functions of Organization Behaviour. Foundations of Organization Behavior Sep 23-26 Minor-I Week 9. Challenges of Week 7. (29 Aug-3 Sep) Staffing. Techniques for effective coordination Concepts. (21-25 Nov) Organization Culture. (24-28 Oct) Emotional Intelligence. Organisational Behaviour. Perceptual Process. Hawthorne Experiments Thoughts of Henry Fayol. Controlling functions of Management Week 6.Managing Organsitional Behaviour . (12-16 Sep) Organization Behavior Week 8. Organizing Function of Management Week 5. Content Theories of Motivation Week 14. (28 Nov-05 Dec) Revision Week Dec 7-16 Major Exams Recommended Books: 1. Organsiational Behaviour. ( 15-19 Aug) Administration. Organization Change and Development Week 17. TMH 22 . (26-30 Sep) Theories of Learning. Biases Week 12. Week 11. (1-5 Aug) Concept. Group Development. Phi 5. (19-23 Sep) Models of Organization Behaviour. (14-18 Nov) Transaction Analysis. . Conflict Management Week 16.

S. Lecture Plan Financial Accounting & Auditing BUL6043 3–0–0=3 Week 1. (7-11 Nov) Disqualifications of Auditors Audit Reports. (10-14 Oct) Financial Statements Preparations under Schedule III of the Companies Act 2013 Week 12. ( 15-19 Aug) Transaction Processing Week 4. 1949 and the Cost & Week 17. S. (29 Aug-3 Sep) Golden Rules of Accounting & Journalizing and Ledger keeping operations Week 6. Ambarish Gupta – Financial Accounting for Management.K. Valuation and Verification of Assets and Liabilities Different kinds of Audits viz. Delhi 6. (5-9 Sep) Golden Rules of Accounting & Journalizing and Ledger keeping operations Week 7. Pearson. Tata McGraw Hill. Rick Hayes. (24-28 Oct) IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards). Internal Audit and Management Audit. (31 Oct-4 Nov) Internal Control and Internal Check. Kamal Gupta & Ashok Arora – Fundamentals of Auditing. (28 Nov-05 Dec) Revision Week Dec 7-16 Major Exams Recommended Books: 1. Oxford University Press. Accounting Conventions & Concepts Week 2. Pearson. Delhi 3. Qualification and Week 15. (17-21 Oct) Analysis of Financial Statements Oct 21-24 Minor-II Exam Week 13. (12-16 Sep) Preparation of Trial Balance Week 8. (21-25 Nov) Works Accountants Act. Delhi Lesson Plan 23 . Definition of Audit. Principles of Auditing. Basu – Auditing: Principles & Techniques. Pearson. (14-18 Nov) Audit (Pronouncements of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) & The Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICAI) Professional Ethics and Code of Conduct as envisaged in the Chartered Accountants Act. (22-26 Aug) Transaction Processing Week 5. Mukhopadhyay – Financial Accounting – A Managerial Perspectives. Indian Financial Auditing and Cost Auditing Standards and their applications in Financial and Cost Week 16. D. Philip Wallage & Hans Gortemaker. (8-12 Aug) Accounting Conventions & Concepts. (26-30 Sep) Adjustment Entries Week 10. Meaning and Scope of Audit Week 14. Indian Accounting Standards Week 3. Ltd. Delhi 5. 1959 Week 18. (1-5 Aug) Definition. Delhi 2. Asian Books Pvt. Financial Audit. (3-7 Oct) Financial Statements Preparations under Schedule III of the Companies Act 2013 Week 11. Cost Audit. Ramanathan – Accounting for Management. (19-23 Sep) Rectification of Errors Sep 23-26 Minor-I Week 9. New Delhi 4. meaning & scope of Financial Accounting.

Price output decision under monopoly. Week 5. Average cost theory. (10-14 Oct) Expansion path of output with suitable diagrammatic presentation Week 12.BUL6061 Business Economics 3–0–0=3 Nature and scope of Business economics. firm and its Week 3. market Week 2. (31 Oct-4 Sales maximization theory vs. D. discriminating Week 7. Sep 23-26 Minor-I Week 9. role and changing profile of business environment Micro environments and their significance for business (Customers. law of demand and supply. profit maximization approach Nov) Week 15. factors determining demand and supply. Week 5. kinked demand curve price output determination Week 11.’Modern Micro Economics’ . Oct 21-24 Minor-II Exam Week 13.S. long run and short run.Macmillian Press Limited 2. Chand 5.’Engineering Economy’. Thueses & Fabrycky . Suppliers Week 2. (22-26 Aug) Environment) Macro environments and their significance for business (Demographical. Technological Environment) Week 6.L Ahuja . 3. (8-12 Aug) equilibrium. (26-30 Sep) Monopolistic Competition Week 10. (15-19 Aug) Environment) Macro environments and their significance for business (Economic Week 4. (19-23 Sep) Applications & concepts of different market scenarios and case analysis. Sudhir K. (5-9 Sep) factors affecting corporate governance (Defining Corporate Governance and its 24 . ‘Managerial Economics’. Week 1. application of equilibrium price in business and pricing decision. A.’Managerial Economics’ . role and responsibility of business economist. (1-5 Aug) Nature. production function. (17-21 Oct) Business Cycles. (5-9 Sep) Price output decision under perfect competition. (1-5 Aug) Demand and supply. Jain. time elements. (29 Aug-3 Sep) Social and Cultural. economies and diseconomies of scale. ( 15-19 Aug) goals. (3-7 Oct) Oligopoly market analysis. Patterson. Yogesh Maheshwari .Prentice Hall 4. (12-16 Sep) monopoly Week 8. (14-18 Nov) Bains limit pricing theory of price determination followed by Marris and Williamson approaches. (8-12 Aug) etc. Himalaya Publishing House Lecture Plan Business Environment BUL6011 3–0–0=3 Week 1.Koutsoyiannis . Week 4. (7-11 Nov) Extended Managerial Approaches discussion and deliberations Week 16.types. Features short-run long-run equilibrium.) Macro environments and their significance for business (Political and Legal Week 3. H. fixed and variable inputs. Features short-run long-run equilibrium.Managerial Economics . (21-25 Nov) Behavioral Approach of Cyert and March to determine managerial decision making Week 18. and its applications in corporate world Week 14. Prentice Hall 6.’Managerial Economics’. (29 Aug-3 Sep) Short and long run cost output relationship Week 6. Firm and industry. nature patterns causes of business cycles. elasticity of demand. (24-28 Oct) Marginalistic controversy. law of production. Pearson. Week 17. Demand functions: linear and non-linear.M Mathani . (28 Nov-05 Revision Week Dec) Dec 7-16 Major Exams Recommended Books: 1. (22-26 Aug) Cost analysis: concepts.

MRTP and Competition Act Week 15. ( 15-19 Aug) Measures of Central Tendency Week 4. (31 Oct-4 Industrial labour environment.Financial Times Series 2. (12-16 Sep) Benefits. 6. Oct 21-24 Minor-II Exam Week 13. (19-23 Sep) Regression Sep 23-26 Minor-I Week 9. (12-16 Sep) Correlation Week 8. International Business : Environments and Operations. Business Environment: Text and Cases. Daniels. (8-12 Aug) Presentation of Data Week 3. Week 7. Intellectual Property Week 16. Ian Worthington and Chris Britton. Nov) FEMA. (14-18 Nov) Rights & Indian industry. Morrison. John D. Pearson Lecture Plan Business Statistics BULL6061 3–0–0=3 Week 1. (3-7 Oct) Business Forecasting 25 . (5-9 Sep) Measures of Skewness Week 7. Francis Cherunilam. (17-21 Oct) new international Trading Regime and its Implications for India. (7-11 Nov) Business Ethics and Rationale of Ethics in Business. industrial disputes: trade unions. SEZ. Lee H. Core values. Business Environment: Text and Cases. (29 Aug-3 Sep) Measures of Variation Week 6. Indian Economic Environment: Macro economic environment. Radebaugh. Justin Paul. McGraw Hill 4. Foreign Trade Environment and Policy: WTO and the Week 12. (28 Nov-05 Revision Week Dec) Dec 7-16 Major Exams Recommended Books: 1. Prentice Hall.Self-help Groups Week 14. (3-7 Oct) Reforms in India Week 11. significance) Mechanism of corporate governance (Essential elements. Paul Wetherly. (1-5 Aug) Data Collection and Analysis :Collection of Data Week 2. (22-26 Aug) Measures of Central Tendency Week 5. (10-14 Oct) Industrial policy in India. 5. (26-30 Sep) Role of business pressure groups in changing Business Environment. Quizzes and Case Study analysis Week 18. The Business Environment :Themes and Issues. Palgrave. The Business Environment. Dorron Otter. Monetary Policy Fiscal policy in India. (21-25 Nov) Presentations. (24-28 Oct) Environmental and Related Issues in Global Trade. (19-23 Sep) Social Responsibility of Business & Social Audit Sep 23-26 Minor-I Week 9. Models of corporate Governance etc. Himalaya 3.) Week 8. (26-30 Sep) Time Series Analysis Week 10. International Business Environment. Economic Week 10.Oxford. Week 17.

(1-5 Aug) Definition & Concepts of Marketing Management. Macmillan 3–0–0=3 BUL 6031 Basics of Marketing Management Week 1. (17-21 Oct) Price: Setting the price. ( 15-19 Aug) Week 4. (10-14 Oct) Product differentiation and design Week 12. (7-11 Nov) Basic concept of probability Week 16. Sultan Chand & Sons. (10-14 Oct) Sampling methods. (7-11 Nov) Managing Services. (14-18 Nov) Discrete probability distribution Week 17. (31 Oct-4 Nov) Promotion Mix . (5-9 Sep) governing the marketing environment Week 7. targeting and Positioning: Product characteristics and Week 10. “Business Statistics by Examples” . Week 12. Week 2. Week 14. Brand identity and Equity Week 16. “Fundamental of Operation Research” . Macmillan. (17-21 Oct) sampling distribution Oct 21-24 Minor-II Exam Week 13.. (24-28 Oct) Marketing through Distribution channel.  Narag A.S. (31 Oct-4 Nov) Chi-Square testing Week 15.  Tery Sineih. (19-23 Sep) Organization Buying Behavior Sep 23-26 Minor I Week 9. (21-25 Nov) Continuous probability distribution. Marketing metrices Dynamics of competitive marketing environment. and strategies Oct 21-24 Minor II Week 13.K. (12-16 Sep) Consumer Behaviour Week 8.P. “Statistics for Management”. (24-28 Oct) Testing of Hypothesis Week 14.Week 11. “Business Statistics”. Value based models of marketing Scanning Marketing Opportunities Week 5. . Extended Marketing Mix Holistic marketing. (8-12 Aug) Marketing Mix. Factors Week 6. Sultan Chand. “Linear Programming and Decision Making” . (14-18 Nov) Retailing and Wholesale 26 . (28 Nov-05 Dec) Revision Week Dec 7-16 Major Exams Recommended Books:  Gupta.P. Value concept of Marketing Week 3. (22-26 Aug) Customer Value Delivery process. Prentice Hall of India.  Levin Richard & Rubbin David. decision theory Week 18.  Sharma . (3-7 Oct) Product Mix Product Life Cycle and product strategies Week 11.J. (26-30 Sep) Segmenting.S. Pricing components. (29 Aug-3 Sep) Marketing research. Integrated Marketing communication Week 15. and Gupta M. Channel Design Decisions Brand Positioning.

(21-25 Nov) Direct and Network Marketing Week 18. 2. Cover Letter Oct 21-24 Minor II Week 13. Principals of marketing: A South Asian Perspective. McMillan. Business Communication Routledge Press 2. (21-25 Nov) Drafting. Tata McGraw Hill. Primus Books. Marketing Management. (28 Nov-05 Dec) Revision Week Dec 7-16 Major Exams Recommended Books: 1. (31 Oct-4 Nov) Understanding Ms Word Week 15. Etzel. New Delhi 4. Pearson. Armstrong Gary. al.Week 17. (7-11 Nov) Ms Excel. Saxena Rajan. Agnihotri P. (5-9 Sep) Conditions for Successful Communication Week 7. Walker et. Namakumari R.. Joep Cornelissen. Henk T. NY 5. Resume. Haque ul E. 3. Kotler Phillip. New Delhi 6. (10-14 Oct) Forms of Communication Week 12. (1-5 Aug) Nature And Process of Communication Week 2. Applied Case Studies in Marketing. (8-12 Aug) Role of Communication Week 3. Referencing and Report Writing Week 18. ( 15-19 Aug) Classification Week 4. (12-16 Sep) Universal Elements in Communication Week 8. Marketing Management. New Delhi Semester: 1st Course Code: BUN 6017 Subject: Business Communication & Information Technology L-T-P: 2-0-2 Week 1.Gramsbergen-Hoogland. (17-21 Oct) Writing Different Types of Letters. Bruckmann.Van der Molen and Yvonne H. S Shajahan. (24-28 Oct) Non-Verbal Communication. (3-7 Oct) Communication Structure in an Organization Week 11. Tybout M Alice & Calder J. John Wily & Sons. (29 Aug-3 Sep) Barriers to Communication Week 6. Peter Hartley and Clive G. Communication in Organizations Basic Skills and Conversation Models Psychology Press 3. Sage Publications 27 . Bobby. It Tools of Communication Week 14. (14-18 Nov) Writing Emails & Mobile Communication Week 17. Tata McGraw Hill. (19-23 Sep) Presentations Sep 23-26 Minor I Organizational Communication & Importance of Week 9. Marketing Concepts and Cases. Presentation Skills with Ms PowerPoint Week 16. (28 Nov-05 Dec) Revision Week December 7-16 Major Exams Recommended Books: 1. (22-26 Aug) Purpose and Process Week 5. Corporate Communications Theory and Practice. (26-30 Sep) Communication in Management Managing and Communicating & Week 10. Kellog on Marketing.

000 Accounts Payable $12. does not balance: Cash $4.700 Rent Expense 800 Utilities Expense 700 Total $84. 2013 complete with a heading.200 Accounts Receivable 13. The Trial balance of Car Connection.600 The accounting records hold the following errors: a) Recorded a $400 cash revenue transaction by debiting Accounts receivable. Prepare the correct trial balance at December 31. Question Papers School of Business. at December 31. (4) 28 . Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University. d) Understated Common Stock by $400. $81200 Accounts receivable 24. Max. She needs to compute the following summary information from the accounting records: a) Net income for the month of March b) Total cash paid during March c) Cash collections from customers during March.700 Salary Expense 1. $49400 Note Payable 13900 21400 New Borrowing. Inc. $15800 Cash 11600 5000 Cash receipts. Marks: 20 Programme: MBA Semester: 1 1. The owner of Victoriana Gifts is a fashion designer with little understanding of accounting. The credit entry was correct.000 Common Stock 47.000 Supplies 600 Land 55. d) Cash paid on a note payable during March. 28 Mar 31 Month of March Retained Earnings $7000 $10500 Dividends.000 $86. an expense of $3900 from the trial balance.000 Inventory 17.900 Sales Revenue 35. b) Posted a $1000 credit to Accounts Payable as $100.300 26700 Sales on account. Faculty of Management. Katra Minor 1 Examination (2014-15) Management Accounting (BUL6041) Duration : 1 hr. The following information is available (4) Account Balance Additional information for the Feb. $25000 2. c) Did not record utilities expense or the related account payable in the amount of $200. e) Omitted Cost of Goods Sold. 2013.

Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University. $22000 11 Defended a client in court and billed the client $800. Required a. $500 and furniture. Attorney. $2600. 22 Paid the water and electricity bill. 2005 and the related month-end adjustment data. ABC Internet Connections Trial Balance Oct.C. 4 Performed legal service for a client and received cash. $1500. 31. Max. on account. Attorney. $400. $130. 3 Purchased supplies. how much it owes and whether January was profitable (and by how much). 7 Issued common stock to acquire land for an office site. 29 Received $1800 cash for helping a client sell real estate. Tomas Lopez opened a law office on May 2 of the current year. Faculty of Management. Write short notes on the following: (4) a) The Reliability Principle b) The Cost Principle c) Stable Monetary unit concept d) Entity concept Q4.31. Record each transaction directly in T-accounts without using a journal. 16 Paid for the furniture purchased May 3 on account. 31 Paid secretary’s salary. $110. Consider the unadjusted trial balance of ABC Internet Connections at Oct. 17 Paid the telephone bill. During the first month of operations. (8) School of Business.Q3. Professional Corporation. The Corporation issued common stock to Lopez. c. b. 31 Declared and paid dividends of $2200. Marks: 20 Programme: MBA Semester: 1 Q1. 18 Received partial payment from client on account. Lopez asks you how much in total resources the business has to work with. Prepare the trial balance of Tomas Lopez. 2005 Cash $5300 Accounts Receivable 7000 Prepaid rent 4000 Supplies 600 Furniture 36000 Accumulated Depreciation $3000 Accounts Payable 8800 Common Stock 15000 Retained Earnings 21000 Dividends 4600 Advertising Revenue 14400 29 . Katra Minor II Examination (2014-15) Management Accounting (BUL6041) Duration : 1 hr. $1300. P. the business completed the following transactions: May 2 Lopez deposited $33000 cash in the business bank account Tomas Lopez.

statement of retained earnings and balance sheet of the company using adjusted trial balance. The unadjusted prepaid balance of $4000 relates to the period Oct. Marks: 50 Programme: MBA Semester: 1 Note: Attempt any five questions. FedEx expects the plane to remain useful for 5 years (5million miles) and to have a residual value of $60. Prepare the depreciation schedule on the plane of FedEx using the following methods: units of production and Straight Line method. During the first month of operations the business completed the following transactions: (10) a) Began the business with an investment of $11000 cash and a building valued at $60000.Salary Expense 4400 Utilities Expense 300 Total $62200 $62200 Adjustment data: a) Accrued advertising revenue at October 31 is $2900. $200. 12. b) Borrowed $90000 from a bank. e) Accrued salary expense at Oct. FedEx expects to fly the plane 7.000. The 5-day weekly payroll is $2000. 000 miles each year 2 through 4 and 5. (10) Q2. Write short notes on the following: (10) i) Going-Concern Concept ii) Cost Principle iii) Reliability principle iv) Stable Monetary unit concept v) Revenue Principle vi) Matching Principle vii) Accounting Equation viii) Time-Period Concept Q2. 50. Katra Major Examination (2014-15) Management Accounting (BUL6041) Duration : 3 hrs. Prepare the income statement. 2006. 2005 through Jan. Brit Hendrix started a computer graphics firm in June 2011.000 miles in the last year. b) Prepaid rent expired during the month. The corporation issued common stock to Hendrix. Max. c) Supplies used during Oct. e) Paid employees’ salaries totaling $2200. (5) Q3.00. Explain the different categories of adjusting entries for updating the accounts.000 miles the first year. Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University. The furniture’s expected useful life is 5 years.000. d) Paid $88000 for computer equipment. Q1. d) Depreciation on furniture for the month. (5) School of Business. 30 .. signed a note payable.00. Faculty of Management. 31. 00. It being Wednesday. At the beginning of 2007 FedEx purchased a used Boeing 737 aircraft at a cost of $2. c) Purchased office supplies on account for $1300. 00. 50.

Safeway Inc. Target paid $2528 million for new property and equipment. the discount chain. the end of the accounting period: (6) a. $9000. Explain the different categories of adjusting entries for updating the accounts. Unearned service revenue. reported the following for property and equipment (in millions): Year End 2010 2009 Property & Equipment $15759 $13824 Accumulated Depreciation (4341) (3925) During 2010. $600. Compute the cost of goodwill purchased by safeway. ending. $800. $2100. Prepaid insurance. Journalise safeways purchase of Randalls food stores. f) Performed computer graphics service on account for a client. Required: I. Target Corporation. l) Declared and paid dividends of $500. $1200 b. II. Analyze the effect of preceding transactions on the Accounting equation of the business. i. beginning. $20000. (4) Q5. An accountant made the following adjustments at December 31. $700. has acquired Randalls food stores after making cash payment of $25 million. Inc. Assume that during 2010 Target sold property and equipment at a loss of $31 million. 2010 and 2009 2010 2009 31 . is as follows: Comparative Income statement Year ended December 31. Journalize the adjusting entries. e. Depreciation. Suppose the adjustments were not made. Required: I. Depreciation for the year totaled $940 million. weekly payroll. $6200 d. c. Ending balance of prepaid insurance is $800. (4) ii. h) Received a $600 bill for advertising expense that will be paid in near future. Compute the overall overstatement or understatement of net income as a result of omissions of these adjustments. $300. Interest revenue accrued. Payments for insurance during the period. II. f. ii) utilities. i) Performed service for clients and received $1100 in cash j) Received $1200 cash on account k) Paid the following cash expenses: i) rent. Q4. Income before income tax. Comparative financial statement data of i2 Networks. g) Paid $800 of account payable created in transaction c. $2000. Employees salaries owed for 2 days of a 5 day work week. For how much did Target sell the property and equipment? (6) b. Income tax rate is 40%. a. Unearned service revenue. beginning. $400. Q3. Randalls has the following summarized data at the time of acquisition (amounts in millions): Assets Liabilities & Equity Current Assets $10 Total Liabilities $60 Long Term Assets 90 Stockholders’ Equity 40 Randalls long term assets had a current market value of $70 million.

net 112000 116000 $103000 Inventories 147000 162000 207000 Prepaid expenses 16000 7000 Property. return on assets. is as follows: Genie Marketing. The comparative Balance Sheet and Income statement of Genie Marketing Inc.Net sales $462000 $427000 Cost of Goods sold 229000 218000 Gross Profit 233000 209000 Operating Expenses 136000 134000 Income from operations 97000 75000 Interest Expense 11000 12000 Income before Income tax 86000 63000 Income tax expense 30000 27000 Net Income 56000 36000 Comparative Balance Sheet December 31. Compute current ratio. Decide whether company’s financial position and investment attractiveness improved or deteriorated during 2010. 6%. All sales on credit. net 214000 178000 Total Assets 585000 560000 598000 Total Current liabilities 206000 223000 Long term liabilities 119000 117000 Total Liabilities 325000 340000 Preferred stockholders’ Equity. plant & equipment. Comparative Balance Sheet December 31. Inc. 2010 and 2009 2010 2009 2008* Cash $96000 $97000 Accounts receivable. return on common stockholders’ Equity. (3) Q6. (7) II. 100000 100000 $100 par Common Stockholders’ Equity. 2011 and 2010 Current Assets: 2011 2010 32 .50 at Dec. inventory turnover. Required: I. Market price of i2 Networks’ common stock: $53 at December 31. 31. 2010 and $32. iii. 2009. earnings per share of common stock and price/earnings ratio for 2010 and 2009. no par 160000 120000 90000 Total Liabilities and stockholders’ $585000 560000 Equity * Selected 2008 amounts Other Information: i. Common shares outstanding: 10000 during 2010 and 9000 during 2009. ii. Times-interest-earned ratio.

(10) School of Business. Faculty of Management. Prepare the cash flow statement for 2011. Max. Cash and equivalents $8700 $15600 Accounts Receivables 46500 43100 Interest Receivable 600 900 Inventories 94300 89900 Prepaid Expenses 1700 2200 Plant Assets: Land 35100 10000 Equipment. Katra Minor 1 Examination (2015-16) Management Accounting (BUL6041) Duration : 1 hr. no issuances of notes payable and no retirement of stock. net 100900 93700 Total Assets $287800 $255400 Current Liabilities: Accounts payable $16400 $17900 Interest payable 6300 6700 Salary Payable 2100 1400 Other Accrued liabilities 18100 18700 Income tax payable 6300 3800 Long Term Liabilities: Notes payable 55000 65000 Stockholders’ Equity: Common Stock 131100 122300 Retained Earnings 52500 19600 Total Liabilities and Stockholders’ Equity 287800 255400 Genie Marketing. there were no sales of land and equipment. Inc. Marks: 20 33 . During the year. 2011 Revenues: Sales Revenue $438000 Interest Revenue $11700 Total Revenues $449700 Expenses: Cost of Goods sold $205200 Salary Expense 76400 Depreciation Expense 15300 Other operating expenses 49700 Interest Expense 24600 Income Tax expense 16900 Total expenses $388100 Net Income $61600 Genie had no non-cash investing and financing transactions during 2011. Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University. Income Statement Year Ended December 31.

Prepare the correct trial balance at December 31. d. an expense of $3900 from the trial balance. Did not record utilities expense or the related account payable in the amount of $200. A friend named Charlene Budd has asked what effect certain transactions will have on her company. Earned revenue on account. $9650 h.900 Sales Revenue 35. b. Understated Common Stock by $400. g. e.200 Accounts Receivable 13. Paid the following cash expenses for 1 month: Secretary’s salary $1750. The Reliability Principle b.000 $86. Why or why not would you recommend that Budd continue in business? (1) Q2. Recorded a $400 cash revenue transaction by debiting Accounts receivable. Compute the net income or net loss for this first month of operations. b. Budd will continue the business only if she can expect to earn monthly net income of $10000.000 Supplies 600 Land 55. Declared and paid dividends of $900.000 Accounts Payable $12. Omitted Cost of Goods Sold.700 Rent Expense 800 Utilities Expense 700 Total $84. The Cost Principle c.000 Inventory 17. Collected cash from customers on account. Write short notes on the following: (5) a. Budd deposited $25000 cash a business bank account and the corporation issued common stock to Budd. (3) II. Purchased advertising in the local newspaper for cash. Borrowed $4000 cash from the Bank and signed a note payable due within 1 year. j.000 Common Stock 47. 2009.600 The accounting records hold the following errors: a. does not balance: Cash $4. f.The following transactions occurred this month: a. c. Posted a $1000 credit to Accounts Payable as $100. at December 31. $1000. The business name will be Budd Network Consulting Inc. $4400. 2009 complete with a heading. Paid on account. $800. The Trial balance of Car Connection. i. Paid $300 cash for supplies. d. Purchased office furniture on account. (4) Q3. Inc. c. Entity concept 34 . k.700 Salary Expense 1.Programme: MBA Semester: 1 Q1. Earned revenue and received $2500 cash. (2) III. e. Prepare the trial balance at the current date. Record the transactions directly in the accounts without using a journal. Time is short so you can not apply the detailed procedure of journalizing and posting. Required: I. $1200. The credit entry was correct. office rent $600.

Briefly explain cost. Assuming that all the products manufactured are sold. Briefly explain the following: (12) a. Marks: 20 Programme: MBA Semester: 1 Q1. Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University. what should be the selling price to obtain a profit of 20% on selling price? (8) School of Business. Faculty of Management. d. Marks: 50 Programme: MBA Semester: 1 Q1. Katra Minor II Examination (2015-16) Management Accounting (BUL6041) Duration : 1 hr. prepare a statement showing: (a) Prime Cost (b) Works Cost (c) Cost of Production (d) Cost of Sales and (e) Profit. 35 . Max. Stable Monetary unit concept Q4. Going concern concept e. a. Period cost b. expense and loss. Faculty of Management. Product cost Vs. From the following particulars of a manufacturing firm. 30 mins. (5) School of Business. Cost classification for predicting cost behavior Q2. Product cost flows c. Max. Compare and contrast cost accounting and management accounting. Katra Major Examination (2015-16) Management Accounting (BUL6041) Duration : 2 hrs. Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University. Cost classification for decision making d.

e. What is product cost and period cost? Explain briefly. d.000 Selling Expenses 1.000 units in 2013: (15) (Rs.80.000 Depreciation 2. Rates and Insurance 40.000 General Expenses 80. Write short note on product cost flows.000 Wages 4.000 Rent.000 Manufacturing Expenses 2.000 units in 2012 and 6.40. Explain briefly different types of cost for decision making. c.) Cost of materials 3.20.000 Sales 16.00.b.00.000 The company plans to manufacture 6. From the following particulars prepare a Cost Sheet showing production 4. Briefly explain different manufacturing costs (15) Q2. Prepare Comparative Statement of Profit and Loss from the following information: (10) 36 .20.000 units during 2013 Additional Information Price of materials is expected to rise by 20% Wage rates are expected to show an increase of 5% Manufacturing expenses will rise in proportion to the combined cost of materials and wages Selling expenses per unit will remain the same Materials sold to earn a profit of 10% on selling price Q3.000 Actual Production in Units 4.

Reserve and surplus amount to Rs. 20. you are required to find out: (a) Net Sales. (f) Creditors. (g) Fixed Assets (10) Stock Velocity = 6 Working Capital Turnover Ratio = 2 Fixed Assets Turnover Ratio = 4 Gross Profit Margin = 20% Debtor's Velocity = 2 months Creditor's Velocity = 73 days The Gross Profit was Rs. Closing stock was Rs. (c) Opening Stock. (b) Purchases. 60. 37 .000. (e) Debtors.000 in excess of opening stock. From the following details. 5.000.Q4. (d) Closing Stock.

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KATRA MBA Semester-I Business Environment (BUL6011). The other area of concern is the use of provisions to deny patents to medicines on the grounds that they lack innovation. October 2014 Max. Minor-I Examination. 1. (b) What is Class Action Suit? What are its benefits? (2. Your answers should be brief and to the point. Q. September 2014 Max. In the context of your understanding of technological influences over business explain how the onset and continuous growth of high-speed broadband Internet has affected various businesses.1 (a) What is single most external factor which is influencing the Drug company as per the above news item? How this factor affects the companies? Q. KATRA MBA Semester-I Business Environment (BUL6011). Minor-II Examination.(b) Why Companies are critical to ‘Patent Rights Waiver’ provision for a Cancer medicine? (3+2=5) 2. (a) What is Agency problem? How it can be minimized or overcome with the help of corporate governance mechanism. Marks: 20 Time: 1 Hour Note: Attempt all the questions. especially over the use of compulsory licensing provisions that resulted in patent rights waiver for a cancer medicine. Famous news paper ‘Times of India’ presented a news item titled “Govt to hear out US Pharma companies patent fears” dated. Also.5x2=5) 4. Marks: 20 Time: 1 Hour 39 . give the examples of businesses which are positively affected and negatively affected by the growth of internet (5) 3. SHRI MATA VAISHNO DEVI UNIVERSITY. 16 september2014 which reads like this: Sources told TOI that commerce secretary Rajeev Kher will hold discussions with the drug companies that have been critical of India's intellectual property rights regime. How the presence of Independent Directors in the BOD can improve the overall corporate governance of the company? (5) SHRI MATA VAISHNO DEVI UNIVERSITY.

the decision to push ahead with reforming the land purchase law. (1) g. the government's resolve to aggressively continue its divestment (Disinvestment) agenda . December 2014 Max. (1) e.Second. What is compulsory for companies under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.First. (1) b. 1.Note: Attempt all the questions. Expand the following abbreviations: FRBM and CENVAT (2) h. (5) 3. Name the Free Trade Area Agreement among USA. blamed by the industry and business community for slowing industrial projects. Name this anti-competitive practice. (1) d. Major Examination. Name the economist who was the architect of this revolutionary economic philosophy which advocated active government role in the business. Answer the following questions in preferably one or two words (Max. (1) c. Indian Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitely outlined the two important policy areas for immediate government attention in the recently concluded World Economic Forum's India Economic Summit held in New Delhi . 4ed. Marks: 50 Time: 3 Hours Note: Attempt all the questions. KATRA MBA Semester-I Business Environment (BUL6011). Very briefly answer the following questions: (2. (2) 2. Prove that an “expansionary” open market operation creates downward pressure on short-term interest rates. Why land reforms are important and what are the problems in the existing land laws? (5x2=10) 3. Name the two authors of the book (International Business. a. 1. Name the duty being imposed by the government to make the cheap imports from foreign countries costlier in the domestic market so as to protect the domestic goods.) which was recommended by your course coordinator and each student was asked to refer the soft copy of it. (Note: Do not give essay type answer but write point wise only) (10) 40 . It is a form of fraud in which a commercial contract is promised to one party even though for the sake of appearance several other parties also present a bid. Write a detailed note on the East Asian Currency Crisis explaining only the causes of the crisis. 2002 and how this can establish business ethics? (5) SHRI MATA VAISHNO DEVI UNIVERSITY. Great Depression of USA in 1930s shattered the concept of Adam Smith’s free market economy and a new school of economic thought emerged.5x4=10) a) How Automatic Stabilizer is different from Discretionary Fiscal Policy? b) What is the relationship between Exchange Rate System and Monetary Policy? c) If Economy is passing through the recessionary phase what should be two important steps government can take under the fiscal policy? d) How CRR can be used as a Monetary Policy tool? 2. Canada and Mexico. limit is 5 words) (10) a. What is Disinvestment and why it is important for the government to aggressively push this? b. A musical tune or a literary work is protected by what right under the IPR laws? (1) f. Name the Campaign or slogan of newly elected Modi Government which aims to transform the country to the world's factory and create 100 million jobs by 2022.

Marks: 20 Attempt all the questions. Write notes on ANY TWO of the following: a. Distinguish between a) Authoritarian and Democratic Political system. b) FDI and Portfolio Investments (2. 1. What are the objectives of the monetary policy? Explain the functioning of contractionary monetary policy with the help of OMO tool of monetary policy. Marks: 20 Attempt all the questions. Give brief answers to the following questions: (2. Very briefly explain the following: (2. Minor-II Examination.4. Give a brief explanation of “Anti Competition Agreements” and “Abuse of Dominance” under the Competition Act . 1. KATRA MBA Semester-I Business Environment (BUL 6011). Political environment affecting business c. why is there still a crisis? (5) SHRI MATA VAISHNO DEVI UNIVERSITY. (5) 41 . Be very careful in explaining the procedure as it should have contractionary effect on the economy. Minor-I Examination. September 2015 Time: 01 Hour Max. KATRA MBA Semester-I Business Environment (BUL 6011).5x2=5) a) Automatic Stabilizers b) Balance of Payment 2.5x4=10) a) Draw the block diagram of stimulative monetary policy. What is Greece Crisis? If Greece has received billions in bailouts. October 2015 Time: 01 Hour Max.5x2=5) 4. Indian Macro Economic Fiscal Reforms: 1950s to 2004 (5x2=10) SHRI MATA VAISHNO DEVI UNIVERSITY. Explain the major features of New Competitions Policy. 2002 (10) 5. 2. Define the followings in not more than two lines (1x5=5) a) Crowding out effect b) Current Account Convertibility c) SEZ d) CRR e) Fiscal Stimulus 3. b) What are CVDs and why these are imposed? c) Why ‘horizontal agreements’ are more likely to reduce competition then the ‘vertical agreements’? d) On the lines of corporate governance philosophy draw the three tier structural diagramme for public governance of the country. Changing role of WTO b.

Answer the following questions in not more than two lines or 25 words. (10) 42 .3. In context of IPRs explain the following: a) Types of IPRs b) Subject matter of IPR and Copyrights c) Difference between Industrial Property and Copy Rights (4+4+2=10) 4. Dec 2015 MM: 50 Time: 150 Mins Note: Attempt all the questions. (10) OR Draw the organsational structure of WTO and comment on the future world trading system which is likely to evolve. which killed thousands of people and injured several hundred thousand. Arthur Andersen and other prominent corporations. WorldCom. forced World chemical industry to do what? c) USA’s Sarbanes – Oxley Act 2002. made what compulsory for business corporations? d) What are Automatic Stabilisers? Answer in context of Fiscal Policy. Explain the four essential ELEMENTS of corporate governance and explain the principal- agent problem. after series of scandals involving Enron. a) What type of tax will be GST (Direct or indirect)? What is the major objective of GST Bill? b) In 1984 the Union Carbide disaster at its plant in Bhopal. (5) SHRI MATA VAISHNO DEVI UNIVERSITY. What does AAA rating means? f) Do you think that Higher education in India should be subsidized? g) What is Doctrine of Eminent Domain in context of land Acquisition Act? h) Why political reforms are necessary before Economic reforms? i) If power produced by a private company is sold to State Electricity Board Like PDD in J&K than what problem do you see? j) What is floating Exchange Rate? (2x10=20) 2. 1. KATRA MBA Semester-I Business Environment (BUL 6011). India. a) Write a short note on NDB (BRICS) b) Just Draw the RBI Diagram depicting various types of Forex Transactions (2x5=10) 3. Major Examination. Otherwise marks will be deducted. What is newly Launched MUDRA Bank and its objectives? What is Mudra Scheme? Explain some important facts about MUDRA. e) Name the agencies which rate the business environment of the countries.

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