MBA (International Business) Programme Code: MIB

Duration – 2 Years Full Time

Session Plans – Semester I and Semester III July 2008

AMITY UNIVERISTY UTTAR PRADESH GAUTAM BUDDHA NAGAR

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Table of Contents
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International Strategic Management..............................................................................................................6 Risk And Insurance In International Trade..................................................................................................10 Management Of Forex Transactions............................................................................................................12 WTO & International Regulatory Environment..........................................................................................19 Organisation Behaviour: A Global Perspective...........................................................................................30 Operations And Supply Chain Management ..............................................................................................35 Business Communication - III.....................................................................................................................37 Behavioural Science – III (Leading Through Teams).................................................................................38 French - III...................................................................................................................................................44 German - III.................................................................................................................................................45 Spanish – III.................................................................................................................................................46 Japanese - III................................................................................................................................................47 Chinese – III.................................................................................................................................................49 Summer Internship.......................................................................................................................................51 Elective Papers for Dual Specialization in IB & Marketing........................................................................52 Product and Brand Management..............................................................................................................52 Marketing of Services..............................................................................................................................56 Elective Papers for Dual Specialization in IB & Finance............................................................................58 Mergers, Acquisitions and Re-Structuring.............................................................................................58 Corporate Tax Planning...........................................................................................................................60 Elective Papers for Dual Specialization in IB & HR...................................................................................62 Industrial Relations and Labour Laws....................................................................................................62 Management of Change and Compensation Management......................................................................64 Elective Papers for Dual Specialization in IB & IT.....................................................................................66 Data Warehousing and Data Mining........................................................................................................66 Business Data Communications & Networking .....................................................................................68 ..................................................................................................................................................................69

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Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- SEMESTER III Course Code Course Title Lectures (L) Hours per week 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 2 Tutorials (T) Hours per week - Practical (P) Hours per week 1 - Credit Unit MIBIB 20301 MIBIR 20301 MIBFN 20301 MIBLW 20301 MIBHR 20301 MIBOM 20301 MIBBS 20301 MIBBS 20302 MIBSI 10250 International Strategic Management Risk & Insurance in International Trade Management of Forex Transactions WTO and International Regulatory Environment Organization Behavior: A Global Perspective Operations & Supply Chain Management Business Communication –III Leading Through Teams Foreign Language – III Summer Internship TOTAL 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 2 9 31 Elective Papers for Dual Specialization in IB & Marketing MIBMK 20301 Product & Brand 3 Management MIBMK 20302 Marketing of Services 3 Elective Papers for Dual Specialization in IB & Finance MIBFN 20302 Mergers. Acquisitions and 3 Re-structuring MIBFN 20303 Corporate Tax & Planning 3 Elective Papers for Dual Specialization in IB & HR MIBHR 20302 Industrial Relations and 3 Labor Laws MIBHR 20303 Management of Change and 3 Compensation Management Elective Papers for Dual Specialization in IB & IT MIBIT 20301 Data Warehousing & Data 3 Mining MIBIT 20302 Data Communications. 3 Networking & Emerging Computing Environments TOTAL Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 4 4 4 4 4 - 4 1 1 - 4 4 39 4 of 69 .

Reema Bali Dr. Sacher Mr. Arun Goel Dr. Roopak Kumar Gupta / Sumeet Om Sharma and Ms. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Course International Strategic Management Faculty Prof. Reshma Bhartiya Ms. Arun Sachar/ Ms.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- FACULTY FOR ACADEMIC SESSION JULY 2008 S.No. M P Singh Trade Management of Forex Transactions Col. Ravi Prakash and Emerging Computing Environments 5 of 69 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 . Debashish Environment Choudhury/ Ms Rachna Chandra Organisational Behaviour: A Global Prof. Raju / Mr. Networking Mr. Raju / Mr. Ravi Prakash Arun Leading Through Teams Business Communication III FBL Product and Brand Management Marketing of Services 12 13 14 15 16 17 Mergers. Acquisitions Restructuring Corporate Tax Planning Industrial Relations and Labour Laws Management of Change and Compensation Management Data Warehousing and Data Mining Data Communications. K S Mohan WTO & International Regulatory Prof. Chitra Amity School of English… Amity School of Foreign Languages Dr. K Perspective P Kanchana Operations and Management Supply Chain Prof. Kokil Jain Mr. V P Kakkar Risk and Insurance in International Prof. Vijay Singh Dahima / Ms. Harish C Jain Ms.

Session 2 :Concepts of strategy and strategic management.P. Course Content Module 1: Introduction and basic concepts Session 1 :Introduction and course review. • Conduct Strategic Analysis with International / Global perspective • Learn Implementation. Levels of strategy Ref: -BusinessPolicy & StrategicManagement. Crafting. Portfolio Analysis.srinivasan(10-11) Module 2: Forecasting Techniques Session 6 -7 : Value Chain Analysis Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 6 of 69 . Alternative Strategic Choices for gaining competitive advantage. The course essentially aims at understanding concepts of Strategic Management with global perspective. Strategic Intents. Executing . Evaluation & Control of strategies. Value Chain Analysis. Mission and Business Definition. V. Role of environments on strategy. Ref: Strategic Management-John Pierce II(3-19) Session 3 : Nature of International strategic management. • Learn various environmental factors ( Macro & Micro ) affecting strategy formation • Formulate Vision. Strategic Management Process. Ref: Global Strategic Mgmt.Kamel Mellahi (8-12) Session 4 : Evolution of strategic management.Azhar Kazmi( 24-30) Session 5 : Strategic Management Process Ref:Strategic Management-R.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT Course Code: MIBIB 20301 Credit Units: 03 Course Title: INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT Course Code: MBAGM 20301 Classroom contact hours: 40 hours Tutorial Hours: Nil Self Study hours: 120 hours Programme Name: MBA (IB)/ 3CMBA Credit Units: 04 Practical/Lab Hours: Nil Faculty: Prof.KAKKAR Course Objective To explore the concepts and techniques relating to ISM and enable the students to learn its critical issues. Evaluating & Controlling strategies. Learning Outcomes At the end of the course students will be able to: • Understand the concepts of Strategy and Strategic Management with Global perspective.

Srinivasan (114-115) Session 29 : Sticklaland Grand Strategy Selection model Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 7 of 69 .Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Ref: Strategic Management-John Pierce II(159-60) Session 8: External Environment Ref: Business Policy & Strategic Management-Azhar Kazmi ( 94-118) Session 9-11 : Internal Environment Ref: Crafting & Executing Strategy-Thompson & Strickland(86-94) Session 10-11: Class Assignment / presentations (C 1) Module 3: Vision .76) Session 26 : BCG Matrix Ref:: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Sukul Lomash(236-241) Session 27 : GE 9 Cell Matrix Ref: Essentials of Strategic Management-Hunger & Wheelen(100-101) Session 28 : Hofer’s model Ref: Strategic Management-R. Goals & Objectives Ref: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(76-85) Home assignment (H 1) Module 4: Evolution of Global Corporation Session 18-19 : Phases of Global strategy Ref:Total Global Strategy-George S Yip(1-28) Session 20-21 : Global Strategic Planning Ref:Global Strategic Management – Kamel Mellahi(180-187) Session 22 : Problems in Global Strategic Planning Ref:Global Strategic Management – Kamel Mellahi(187-188) Module 5: Global Strategic Analysis Session 23 : Porter’s model Ref: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(265-271) Session 24 : ETOP/ SAP Ref: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(125.1600 Session 25 : SWOT/TOWS Matrix Ref:Essentials of Strategic Management-Hunger & Wheelen(71. Mission and Business Definition Session 12 : Vision Ref : BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(64-66)) Session 13 Mission Ref : BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(67-71) Session 14-15 Business Definition Ref : BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(71-75) Class assignment : Group discussion & Presentations (C 2) Session 16-17 : Values.

Yip(192) Session 38 : Managing Cross Cultural issues Ref: : Global Strategic Management-Kamel Mellahi(216-217) Session 39-40 : Strategic Evaluation & control Ref: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(419-442) END TERM EXAM Learning Pedagogy A series of lectures as per above session plan will impart knowledge and conceptual understanding of the subject and will be complemented by interactive tutor-led and student-led discussions.George s.H2 10 W4 EE 60 C1 10 W6 CT1 20 W9 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 8 of 69 .. Evaluation Scheme Component Codes Weightage planned (%) Date Planned Component Codes Weightage planned (%) H1. Group Discussions and Home assignments / Projects that will help students to learn and apply various concepts relating to International Strategic Management.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Ref:: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Sukul Lomash(249-251) CLASS TEST (CT 1) Module 6 : Formulating International Strategies Session 30 : Generic Strategies Ref:BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-AzharKazmi(227-239) Session 31-32 : Grand Strategies Ref: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(227-239) Session 33: Corporate/Business/Functional strategies Ref: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(165-246) Session 34 :International Strategic Alliances Ref: Global Strategic Management. Evaluation & control Session 35-36 : Operationalising / Institutionalizing strategy Ref: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(291-415) Session 37 : Strategic Leadership Ref: Total Global Strategy. The unit has thus been designed to use a variety of teaching pedagogies including Case Studies.Kamel Mellahi(207-221) Module 7 : Implementation.

Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Date planned As per University Schedule W: Week H: Home Assignment C: Case Discussion CT: Class Test EE: External Examination Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 9 of 69 .

the student will be able to: understand the concept of risk in business management learn various techniques available to assess and mitigate those risks develop strategic alternatives evaluate different kinds of risks and their impact on different areas MIBIR 20301 Credit Units: 04 Course Contents: Module I: Concept of Risk Concept of Risk and Objectives of Risk Management Risk Management Techniques Review Session Module II: Insurance Concept of Insurance Marine. Interactive sessions. Learning Outcomes: At the end of the course. Country Risk. Options and Swaps Learning Methods: Tutorials. Case studies. Ratings Trade and Investment Barriers Measures for containing Political Risk Module IV: Credit Risk Credit Risk of Payment Procedures Credit Management and Credit Insurance Role of Export Credit Guarantee Corporation Products and Services Recovery and Claim Procedures Module V: Interest Rate Risk Importance of Interest rate risk Measurement of interest rate risk Interest rate risk management Futures. Weekend experience in companies . Corruption Index.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- RISK AND INSURANCE IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE Course Code: Course Objectives: The course aims at making the students conversant with risk of cross border business (Trade. Field visits. class presentation by groups of Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 10 of 69 . The role of Insurers and the products and services offered by them would be gone in detail to equip the students with decisions making tools. Investments and Long Term Projects) and the techniques available for mitigating those risks.the course is covered by adopting a combination of lecture methods. Management games. Extensive research projects. Human Development Index. Sovereign Risk. Seminars. Aviation and Transport Risks Marine Insurance Law Marine Insurance Policies – major insurance clauses Principles of assessment and underwriting Claim Procedures Liability Insurance Group discussion of marine and air cargo policies issued by Indian and foreign companies Module III: Political Risk Political Risk analysis.

Universal Publishers. Prentice Hall of India Jain P K. Cases are also to be analyzed. self study sessions. 1st Edition References: Shapiro A C. Each student is required to do the back ground reading from the specified chapters of the prescribed book before coming to class. discussed in groups (teams) outside the class as preparatory work. Prentice Hall of India E C G C Brochures and Marine Risk Policy Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 11 of 69 .Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------students. Multinational Financial Management. 2005. 2003. 2004. Peurard J and Yadav S. Risk Management in International Trade. Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) P1 10 C1 10 CT1 20 EE 60 Text & References: Text: Singh MP & Chopra VS. International Financial Management.

srinivasan(10-11) Module 2: Forecasting Techniques Session 6 -7 : Value Chain Analysis Ref: Strategic Management-John Pierce II(159-60) Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 12 of 69 . Executing . Value Chain Analysis. Role of environments on strategy. V.P. Learning Outcomes At the end of the course students will be able to: • Understand the concepts of Strategy and Strategic Management with Global perspective. Mission and Business Definition.KAKKAR Course Objective To explore the concepts and techniques relating to ISM and enable the students to learn its critical issues. Alternative Strategic Choices for gaining competitive advantage. • Conduct Strategic Analysis with International / Global perspective • Learn Implementation. • Learn various environmental factors ( Macro & Micro ) affecting strategy formation • Formulate Vision. Strategic Intents. Evaluating & Controlling strategies. Strategic Management Process. Ref: Strategic Management-John Pierce II(3-19) Session 3 : Nature of International strategic management. Evaluation & Control of strategies. Levels of strategy Ref: -BusinessPolicy & StrategicManagement. Ref: Global Strategic Mgmt. The course essentially aims at understanding concepts of Strategic Management with global perspective.Kamel Mellahi (8-12) Session 4 : Evolution of strategic management. Portfolio Analysis. Session 2 :Concepts of strategy and strategic management.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- MANAGEMENT OF FOREX TRANSACTIONS Course Code: MIBFN 20301 Credit Units: 04 Course Title: INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT Course Code: MBAGM 20301 Classroom contact hours: 40 hours Tutorial Hours: Nil Self Study hours: 120 hours Programme Name: MBA (IB)/ 3CMBA Credit Units: 04 Practical/Lab Hours: Nil Faculty: Prof.Azhar Kazmi( 24-30) Session 5 : Strategic Management Process Ref:Strategic Management-R. Crafting. Course Content Module 1: Introduction and basic concepts Session 1 :Introduction and course review.

Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Session 8: External Environment Ref: Business Policy & Strategic Management-Azhar Kazmi ( 94-118) Session 9-11 : Internal Environment Ref: Crafting & Executing Strategy-Thompson & Strickland(86-94) Session 10-11: Class Assignment / presentations (C 1) Module 3: Vision . Mission and Business Definition Session 12 : Vision Ref : BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(64-66)) Session 13 Mission Ref : BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(67-71) Session 14-15 Business Definition Ref : BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(71-75) Class assignment : Group discussion & Presentations (C 2) Session 16-17 : Values. Srinivasan (114-115) Session 29 : Sticklaland Grand Strategy Selection model Ref:: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Sukul Lomash(249-251) Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 13 of 69 .76) Session 26 : BCG Matrix Ref:: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Sukul Lomash(236-241) Session 27 : GE 9 Cell Matrix Ref: Essentials of Strategic Management-Hunger & Wheelen(100-101) Session 28 : Hofer’s model Ref: Strategic Management-R.1600 Session 25 : SWOT/TOWS Matrix Ref:Essentials of Strategic Management-Hunger & Wheelen(71. Goals & Objectives Ref: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(76-85) Home assignment (H 1) Module 4: Evolution of Global Corporation Session 18-19 : Phases of Global strategy Ref:Total Global Strategy-George S Yip(1-28) Session 20-21 : Global Strategic Planning Ref:Global Strategic Management – Kamel Mellahi(180-187) Session 22 : Problems in Global Strategic Planning Ref:Global Strategic Management – Kamel Mellahi(187-188) Module 5: Global Strategic Analysis Session 23 : Porter’s model Ref: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(265-271) Session 24 : ETOP/ SAP Ref: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(125.

Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- CLASS TEST (CT 1) Module 6 : Formulating International Strategies Session 30 : Generic Strategies Ref:BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-AzharKazmi(227-239) Session 31-32 : Grand Strategies Ref: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(227-239) Session 33: Corporate/Business/Functional strategies Ref: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(165-246) Session 34 :International Strategic Alliances Ref: Global Strategic Management. Evaluation & control Session 35-36 : Operationalising / Institutionalizing strategy Ref: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(291-415) Session 37 : Strategic Leadership Ref: Total Global Strategy. Group Discussions and Home assignments / Projects that will help students to learn and apply various concepts relating to International Strategic Management.H2 C1 CT1 10 10 20 W4 W6 W9 EE 60 As per University Schedule 14 of 69 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 ..Yip(192) Session 38 : Managing Cross Cultural issues Ref: : Global Strategic Management-Kamel Mellahi(216-217) Session 39-40 : Strategic Evaluation & control Ref: BusinessPolicy&StrategicManagement-Azhar Kazmi(419-442) END TERM EXAM Learning Pedagogy A series of lectures as per above session plan will impart knowledge and conceptual understanding of the subject and will be complemented by interactive tutor-led and student-led discussions.Kamel Mellahi(207-221) Module 7 : Implementation. The unit has thus been designed to use a variety of teaching pedagogies including Case Studies.George s. Evaluation Scheme Component Codes Weightage planned (%) Date Planned Component Codes Weightage planned (%) Date planned H1.

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Participants.An Indian Perspective.Patwari& Bhargava. Convertibility. MFT-12 Module-3 Exchange traded Vs OTC derivatives. Markets- 1 1 MFT-6 Module-2 Classification. Options and Futures. Options and Futures.terminology. participants and functions and 1 F & O by John C Hull.Patwari& Bhargava. Difference between Futures and Forwards. Module Contents No. Options and Futures.Patwari& Bhargava.An Indian Perspective.An Indian Perspective.An Indian Perspective. Clearing.D. Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------MFT-1 Module-1 Definition. 1 Definition of Futures. F & O by John C Hull. Theories. F & O by John C Hull. Clearing house mechanism. Options and Futures. 2 MFT-18 Module-4 1 MFT-19 Module-4 The structure of Global Forward Markets.An Indian Perspective.Patwari& Bhargava.D.D.C. 1 MFT-15 Module-3 Risk Management System in NSE.Patwari& Bhargava.Patwari& Bhargava.D. NSE-Trading Mechanism.An overview of history of futures markets. 1 F & O by John C Hull.D. Turnover. Types of Margins.No. Options and Futures.An Indian Perspective. F & O by John C Hull.D. Options and Futures.C.C.C. concept of 1 International Finance Management 4/ed – PG Apte (Megraw Hill) International Finance Management 4/ed – PG Apte (Megraw Hill) International Finance Management 4/ed – PG Apte (Megraw Hill) International Finance Management 4/ed – PG Apte (Megraw Hill) International Finance Management 4/ed – PG Apte (Megraw Hill) Foreign Exchange Jeevanandan C. of Sessions Reading Materials.An Indian Perspective.D. Options and Futures. F & O by John C Hull.C. International Finance Introduction. Basic Balance of payment.C.C. Options and Futures. Termination of a forward contract. F & O by John C Hull. Options and Swaps. 1 MFT-13 Module-3 Derivatives markets in India. Foreign Exchange Jeevanandan C. Options and Futures.Patwari& Bhargava. Problems MFT-23-24 Module-4 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 MFT-25 Module-4 Organisation of Exchanges. Location of International Finance Markets.C. F & O by John C Hull.Sl. 1 MFT-14 Module-3 . Members. Meaning and Determination of Foreign exchange.C.D.An Indian Perspective. Settlement and default risk of Forward Contracts. Options and Futures. Options and Futures. MFT-2 Module-1 1 Cases any) (if Additional reading (if any) MFT-3 Module-1 International Monetary system.An Indian Perspective.C.C.Products. F & O by John C Hull.An Indian Perspective.An Indian Perspective.D.An Indian Perspective.D. 1 International Finance Management 4/ed – PG Apte (Megraw Hill) MFT-10 Module-3 Derivatives.C.An Indian Perspective. Options and Futures. 1 International Finance Management 4/ed – PG Apte (Megraw Hill) MFT-7 Module-2 Financial Intermediaries International Finance Markets. SEBI Manual MFT-11 Module-3 Types of Derivatives -Futures. 2 F & O by John C Hull. in 1 International Finance Management 4/ed – PG Apte (Megraw Hill) MFT -8 Module-2 Changing Financial Landscape International Finance Markets.Patwari& .Patwari& Bhargava.Patwari& Bhargava. 1 Module-1 MFT-4 MFT-5 Module-2 The impact of International Monetary system on European monetary system. of 1 International Finance Management 4/ed – PG Apte (Megraw Hill) MFT-9 Module-3 Introduction to Derivatives. Contract Specifications.D.Patwari& Bhargava.D.C.D. Role.Patwari& Bhargava. 1 F & O by John C Hull. F & O by John C Hull. An Indian Perspective. 1 MFT-20-21 Module-4 Types of forward contract. 16 of 69 F & O by John C Hull. Options and Futures.C.Patwari& Bhargava.D. 2 MFT-22 Module-4 Futures . 1 MFT-16-17 Module-4 Forward -Introduction Delivery. F & O by John C Hull F & O by John C Hull. Options and Futures.Patwari& Bhargava. Settlement.

Financialni.com 16.org. Financial Institutions Markets by Scott WEBSITES 1.com 14.Thomson 22.Gordon & Natarajan 23. personalfu. Jeevanandan Suggested Reference Books: 1. 4. 19. www.John C Hull. 20. Deriva tives b. AMFI Study material. 27.S. Derivatives by Strong. Financial Derivatives S L. F & 0 for dummies -. hdfcsec. sec. ncdex. F&O c.PHI 25 Ravi Kishore -. equitymastel"s. icicidirect.gov. Security Analysis and Portfolio Management by Fisher & Jordon 12. 10. Fixed Income Markets.org 7. F & 0 in risk management by Wastham 2nd edThomson.com 19. Khan & . Indian Financial System by Vasant Desai 7.com 2. 16.amfiindia.com 5. 6. Indian Capital Market by V A Avadhani 3. invesopcdia.com 13. sharkhan. Financial Markets and Institutions by Dr S Guruswamy Thomson S. it is not possible to specify chapter wise reading. 18. An Indian Perspective. Financial Institutions Markets by LM Bhole 5. Publication. Financial Management. Options and Futures. Indian Financial System by H R Machiraju. 5.age students to appear £01"NCFM exams 2) Guest lectures a.com 17.in 11. Derivatives by David and Thomas.Financial Scn ice::. myiris. Swaps contracts d.lain. 21.Joe Duarte [v1DWiley India Pvt Ltd. irda. PHI Publication. 8. 15. 7.com 8. Financial Oeri\'atives b) Keith Redhead 13. Financial Markets and Institutions by Dr S Guruswamy. Downloaded study material for NCFM Cash and Derivatives market. 24.C. moneypore. bseindia. nseindia. 11.com 6. Managing Financial Institutions by Srivastava 6. rbi.R F Bruner. Gardener Series on Options. Indian Financial System by M Y Khan 2. National Stock Exchange by R H Patil 8. 4.Patwari& Bhargava.com -Derivatives study material.Suresh Suderishan. Text Book 1. sebi. F & 0 by . Fixed incori'le markets by Suresh Sundarcsan .com 3. Kumar.Gupta . Futures and Options by Vohra and Bagri. Vikas Publication. Foundation of Financial markets and Institutions 3rd Ed by Frank J Fabozzi Pearson Ed I PHI. 26 Case Studies in Finance.us 9. D.arkets and services . Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 17 of 69 .Pearson Education! PHI 3.in 10.Taxman.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------Note: The scope of the subject is vast and the matter is found in different books. F & 0 Vohra & Bugri Foreign Exchange C. commodities. navindia. Commodities 3) Visit to stock market I Broking house 4) Stock mal"ket game for all the finam'e specialization students.gov.com 18. appliedderivatives. 5paisa. Futures and Swaps 14. 1International Finance Management 4/ed – PG Apte (Megraw Hill) 2.com SOFTWARE –Derivagem Important Note: 1) Encom. 12.com 4.com 15. therefore. 17.

Section A : Objective type Questions(questions should be asked as per weight) (4 out of 5 questions. Financial express Cases and problems to be drawn from the financial dailies with current data and current problems. Semester-end Exams Ouestion Paper Pattern: Please note that 40% weight should be given to Financial Markets part. Periodicals 1) News papers and finance periodicals like a. Economic times b.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------Only the latest edition be used as a reference text. Business line c. each carries 2 marks) Section B: Short type questions (questions as per weight) (2 out of 3 questions each carry 5 marks) Section C: Long type questions (3 theory questions I 3 -practical problems) (One case study carries 16 marks) 20 20 60 marks Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 18 of 69 . 10% weight should be given to Financial Institutions part and 40% weight should be given to Financial Derivatives part and 10% for commodities part.

30 (E. The major focus of this course is to highlight the international norms and regulatory bodies for enhancing global trade. Finally. the students will be able to analyze the various nuances associated with international trade. economic. Domestic & International regulatory bodies. Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 19 of 69 . 40) 10 29. • Evaluation the various measures taken by different national to regulate their business environment. 16 23. LEARNING OUTCOMES: On the successful completion of this module the students will be able to: • Understand the concept of global & national regulatory environment in business management. EXAMINATION SCHEME: Component Code: Weightage (%) : Session (No) : P1 10 7. Explain the assignment along with the date and the weight ages .E. 8 V 10 P2 10 P3 (INTL. • Appreciate the role of various bodies in the international regulatory environment. 60) 15.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- WTO & INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT Course Code: MIBLW 20301 Credit Unit. 4 Detailed Session Plan Session 1 • • • • • Introduction to the course. 04 COURSE OBJECTIVE: The primary objective of this course is to provide the students with a through understanding of the global. Meaning and relevance of regulation. political and legal environment prevalent in international trade.

Ltd. Cherunilum. Francis (2002) Business Environment Text & Cases. Raj (2002) Business Environment. Prentic Hall India Pvt. Agrawal. Cherunilum. 3rd Ed. 12th Ed. NATURE OF MODERN BUSINESS • Business in current outlook • Present Indian Scenario. Francis (2002) International Business Text & Cases. Sage Publication India Pvt. Sage Publication India Pvt. 2nd Ed. Shenkar. • • • MEANING OF BSUINESS The Economic Environment of Business Critical elements of Business Difference between Business & Commerce Agrawal. Excel Books. Excel Books. 12th Ed. SESSION 3 GLOBALIZATION & ITS IMPACT ON MODERN BUSINESS • Drivers of globalization • Globalization & the environment • Globalization & International Business Parker. 2nd Ed. (2004) International Business. 2. Raj (2002) Business Environment. Agrawal. Ltd. Ltd. Francis (2002) Business Environment Text & Cases. Oded & Yadang Lou. Himalya Publishing House. Parker. Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 20 of 69 . Raj (2002) Business Environment. Himalya Publishing House.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Module I: BUSINESS AND ITS ENVIRONMENT Session 2 1. Barbara (2005) Introduction to globalization & Business. Cherunilum. John Wiley & Sons SESSION 4 INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT • Impact of Micro Environment • Internal Regulatory Environment • Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI) Case studies references will be given to the groups. Excel Books. Barbara (2005) Introduction to globalization & Business. 2nd Ed.

Price and Distribution 21 of 69 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 . (2004) International Business. Pearson Education Session 10 • Theory of competitive advantage • Role. Michael E. International Business Environment & Operations.. Pearson Education. Oded & Yadang Lou. International Business Environment & Operations. (2004). SESSION 6 CASE STUDY ON PESTEL ANALYSIS Daewoo Group and the Asian Financial Crisis Daniels. Shenkar. John Wiley & Sons Krugman. Pearson Education.d. 6th Ed. significance in regulatory international trade. Ernard Hekman. International Economics Theory & Policy. Peter. International Trade Theory & Regulatory Environment Session 9 • Theory of Absolute advantage • Theory of Comparative advantage • Manner in which government regulatory trade with other countries and the rational for them. Pearson Education. (1991) the Competitive Advantage of Nations.d. 8th Ed.Aditya PART A. John. SESSION 7 & 8 INTERNAL ASSESSMENT – COMPONENT I CODE Case Discussion / Presentation / Analysis C WEIGHTAGE 10 Case study presentation by groups on PESTEL ANALYSIS depending on the specialization – MKT. 10th E. The Macmillan Press Ltd. & Stephen C. Paul R & Mauric Ostfeld 2006. Finance. 10th E. Session 11 • Expert Marketing. (132 to 134). Daniels.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- SESSION 5 EXTERNAL ENVIRONEMNT • Environment of international business & its significance • Impact of Macro environment • Meaning & Relevance of PESTEL Analysis. Radebaugh H LEE & Sullivan Daniel. Radebaugh H LEE & Sullivan Daniel. (2004). Smith. Economic Development (2007). John. Page No. HR & IT from Todaro Michael P.

pib. S. Foreign trade policy with hand book procedures. (2004) International Business. Oded & Yadang Lou. Effective rate of production Shenkar. • Limitations of tariffs in regaling trade. (2006) volume I. Prentice Hall.in/archieve/eximpol/eximpolicy2002 PART C Session 12 Tariff • • • • Role of Tariff. John Wiley & Sons Paul Justin. Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 22 of 69 .nic. • Small nation vis-à-vis large nation. Session 14 Tariff • Welfare effects of tariffs. PART B Session 12 • • • • Export Promtion Import substitution. Types of Tariffs.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- • • • Product Market nexus. (2004). 2nd Ed. Role of Price as a regulator Significance of Distribution Channels Garga. (2005) International Business. Business Database publishing company http://www.Himalya publishing house.Sundaram & R. New Century Publications. Pawan Kumar (2002) Export of India’s Major Products Problems and Prospects. Determination of Tariff. . Dutt: Indian Economity. Exim policy Foreign trade policy (2004-2005) as a regulator.

Palle Krishna.nic.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Carbaugh. WTO text and cases. Palle Krishna. Deep and Deep publications Pvt. GATT to WTO.indiancommodity. WTO as an International Organization. http://agmarknet. Session 18 Tariff Negotiation • • Conduct of trade according to Most Favored Nation (MFN) Conduct of trade according to National Treatment Clause (NTC) Chauhan.in http://dgft. thomsan Press Shenkar. Oxford University Press.Role in regulating trade. Session 19 Barriers and regulators of Trade.org/english/thewto: WTO Information about countries.T. • • • Non technical barrier to trade. Anne Kruger (2001).com – Information on all commodities. Surendra (2002) WTO and Developing countries. Excel Books. Oded & Yadang Lou. Deep and Deep publications Rao.org – website visited to W.planningcommission. (2003). Ltd.in/prices . www. http://www.nic. Excel Books. 3rd Ed. www.wto. Sandee. International Economic. Protection of Domestic Markets WEIGHTAGE 10 Bhandari.website on market prices.delhi. http://www. Unfair trade practices Rao. Session 20 & 21 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 23 of 69 . Subsidies -. Module IV: RULE GOVERNING INTERNATIONAL TRADE UNDER WTO. (2004) International Business.in – department of commerce. Robert J (2005)..wto. John Wiley & Sons Session 15 & 16 INTERNAL ASSESSMENT – COMPONENT II CODE Individual Viva (Module 1 & 2) V Module III: INTERNATIONAL TRADING ENVIRONMENT Session 17 • • Multilateral & Plurilateral Trading systems.nic.O. WTO text and cases.

(2002-2003) Developing County Trade Policy Reform and the WTO. thomsan Press Shenkar. Vol. Francis (2002) International Business Text & Cases. International Economic. Rao. • Licensing. pp403-423 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 24 of 69 . Prentic Hall India Pvt. Robert J (2005). Razeen. • Quotas – as a non tariff barrier. Cherunilum. Oded & Yadang Lou. relevance. WTO text and cases. • • • Meaning. John Wiley & Sons Sally.in – department of commerce.in Session 23 & 24 INTERNAL ASSESSMENT – COMPONENT III CODE WEIGHTAGE Project & Presentation P1 10 Eximpolicty to Foreign Trade Policy regulatory implications on particular sector of the Indian economic. (2004) International Business. Carbaugh.htm http://www. conditions. 3rd Ed. • Safeguard and Countervailing measures.planningcommission. Excel Books. • Quantitative Restrictions – it impact and consequences. Session 22 Measures for protecting and regulating trade of developing countries. benefits of economic zones. thomsan Press http://www. • Antidumping and its impact on regulating trade. 19 (2000-3). Ltd.nic.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Special Economic Zones (SEZS) and it’s relevance in regulating trade.nic. MODULE V: MEASURES TO REGULATE TRADE ENVIRONMENT Session 25 Regulators to International Trade.delhi.. Robert J (2005).fao.foraproletarianparty. Unilateral and bilateral trade.org/es/ess/toptrade/trade.nic. CATO Journal. advantages and bottleneck Foreign trade policy with hand book procedures. International Economic.. Palle Krishna. http://sezindia.asp http://www. (2006) volume I. • Pre – Shipment inspections. 3rd Ed. 3rd Ed.in http://www. Foreign trade zones – meaning. Carbaugh.php. Business Database publishing company http://dgft.com/special_economic_zones.sethassociates.net/workers_And_peasant_struggle/SEZ_of_India_and_China_Model.

and sustainability / ed. 19 (2000-3) pp425-437 http://www. Industrial designs.]: Earthscan. Graham Dutfield. CATO journal Vol.p. Data Bank Abbott. London [etc.un. and Ricardo Melendez – Ortz. 36-44. 2003 pp.org. By Christophe Bellmann. Graham Dutfield. Barton. 2003. Graham Dutfield. 2003. pp.org/esa/sustdev/csd. and sustainability / ed. 23-35 . 77-88 http://www.htm Session 27 Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) • • • • • Copy right Patents – Product and process Geographical locations Trademarks. Michale the WTOs special burden on less develop countries. and Ricardo Melendez – Qrtiz. trade. Trading in knowledge: development perspectives on TRIPS. Adronico O. By Christophe Bellmann. London [etc. London [etc. Trading in knowledge: development perspectives on TRIPS.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Session 26 Regulators to International Trade. and sustainability / ed. Biswajit The Convention on Biological Diversity and the TRIPS Agreement: Compatibility or conflict? Trading in knowledge: development perspective on TRIPS. • • • Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (SPM). 2003. By Christophe Bellmann. Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Rao. By Christophe Bellmann. London [etc]: Earthscan. Graham Dutfield. WTO text and cases. Refer to ‘DELNET’. pp. trade. and Ricardo Melendez – Ortiz. and Ricardo Melendez – Ortiz. 57-64. Origins and history of the TRIPS negotiations.wipo. trade and sustainability / ed. p.]: Earthscan.]: Earthscan. John Integrating IPR policies in development strategies. trade. Session 28 Trade Related Investment Measures (TRIMs) • Local Content Requirement 25 of 69 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 . Frederick The future of IPRs in the multilateral trading system. Adede. Dhar. Finger. Trading in knowledge: development perspectives on TRIPS. J. Palle Krishna. Excel Books. Relevance of Environment on International Trade.

Francis (2002) Business Environment Text & Cases. Role of services sector in developing economy like India.org. Himalya Publishing House. Barriers to trade in services Provisions for Developing Countries under GATS Shenkar. Palle Krishna.wto.nic. Aditya Mattoo --Development. Palle Krishna. Session 29&30 INTERNAL ASSESSMENT – COMPONENT IV CODE WEIGHTAGE Project & Presentation P2 10 WTO and its regulatory implications on particular sector of the Indian economic (selected in P1) Session 31-32 Arbitration • • • • • Multilateral and Plurilateral Agreements – The legal framework Rules & Procedure governing the settlement of dispute. (2004) International Business. http://www. Rules of conduct.delhi. Timetable for appeals Appellate body Rao. • Types of Foreign Shenkar. Excel Books. 12th Ed. (2004) International Business.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- • Trade Balancing Requirement • Foreign Exchange Balancing Requirement • Export Performance Requirement • Singapore Issues.in – department of commerce. A Handbook by Bernard Hekman. John Wiley & Sons Rao. Oded & Yadang Lou. Trade and WTO. John Wiley & Sons Cherunilum. WTO text and cases. Excel Books. WTO text and cases. (Appendix I & II) Session 33-36 General Agreement on Trade and Services (GATS) • • • • All the four modes of services. WTO text and cases. Palle Krishna. An Introduction to the WTO Agreements by Bhagirath lal Das Session 37-40 Dispute Settlement Process Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 26 of 69 . Rao. http://dgft. Oded & Yadang Lou. Excel Books.

therefore. Text Book 9. Kumar.com Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 27 of 69 . it is not possible to specify chapter wise reading. (4 out of 6 questions. Financial Institutions Markets by LM Bhole 5. PHI Publication.John C Hull. S.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- • Consultation • Panel • Appeal and Consideration in DSB(Dispute Settlement Body) • Implementation of Recommendation • Compensation and Suspension of Concession • Cross-sector and Cross-agreement Suspension • Special case of Anti-Dumping Institutions and Decision making Bhandari Surendra –WTO and Developing Countries-Deep and Deep Publication Bhagirath Lal Das-An Introduction to the WTO Agreements-Third World Network and Zed Books. each carry 5 marks) Section C : Long type questions(3 theory questions I 3 -practical problems) (4 out of 6 questions. F & 0 by . Indian Financial System by Vasant Desai 7. nseindia. Khan & . Managing Financial Institutions by Srivastava 6.lain. 10.S. Indian Capital Market by V A Avadhani 3.com 2. Indian Financial System by H R Machiraju. F & 0 Vohra & Bugri Suggested Reference Books: 1. Anne O Krueger –WTO as an International Organisation Oxford University Press.Pearson Education! PHI 12. Indian Financial System by M Y Khan 2. Financial Markets and Institutions by Dr S Guruswamy Thomson 11. Note: The scope of the subject is vast and the matter is found in different books. National Stock Exchange by R H Patil 8. each carry 15 marks) 60 marks WEBSITES 1.Financial Scn ice::. 4. Vikas Publication. Options and Futures by John C Hull 6thedition. Financial Institutions Markets by Scott 9. www.amfiindia. 13.

Swaps contracts d.Thomson 22. appliedderivatives.com 17. Deriva tives b.in 10. 12. moneypore. Financialni. Financial Markets and Institutions by Dr S Guruswamy. AMFI Study material.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- 3. 5paisa.com 15.Gordon & Natarajan Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 28 of 69 .org. Derivatives by David and Thomas. icicidirect.arkets and services . Downloaded study material for NCFM Cash and Derivatives market. Foundation of Financial markets and Institutions 3rd Ed by Frank J Fabozzi Pearson Ed I PHI.com SOFTWARE –Derivagem Important Note: 1) Encom.com 13.com 4. F & 0 in risk management by Wastham 2nd edThomson.com 14. navindia. Fixed incori'le markets by Suresh Sundarcsan . Commodities 3) Visit to stock market I Broking house 4) Stock mal"ket game for all the finam'e specialization students. F&O c.in 11.age students to appear £01"NCFM exams 2) Guest lectures a.com 16. ncdex. Security Analysis and Portfolio Management by Fisher & Jordon 12. equitymastel"s.com 8. 21. hdfcsec. rbi. Futures and Swaps 14. Futures and Options by Vohra and Bagri. 15.gov.gov. 16. invesopcdia. 10.com 19.com 6. commodities. 18.com 18.org 7.us 9. Derivatives by Strong. sec. sebi. 20. Gardener Series on Options. 19. myiris.com -Derivatives study material. personalfu.com 5. 11. Financial Oeri\'atives b) Keith Redhead 13. sharkhan. bseindia. 17. irda.

Financial Management. each carries 2 marks) Section B : Short type questions(questions as per weight) marks 20 20 marks Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 29 of 69 . Publication.Suresh Suderishan. Semester-end Exams Ouestion Paper Pattern: Please note that 40% weight should be given to Financial Markets part.PHI 25 Ravi Kishore -. Business line c. Section A : Objective type Questions(questions should be asked as per weight) (10 out of 12 questions. 10% weight should be given to Financial Institutions part and 40% weight should be given to Financial Derivatives part and 10% for commodities part. 24.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------23. Periodicals 1) News papers and finance periodicals like a. Economic times b.Gupta . F & 0 for dummies -.R F Bruner. Financial Derivatives S L. Financial express Cases and problems to be drawn from the financial dailies with current data and current problems.Joe Duarte [v1DWiley India Pvt Ltd.Taxman. Only the latest edition be used as a reference text. Fixed Income Markets. 27. 26 Case Studies in Finance.

Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- ORGANISATION BEHAVIOUR: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE Course Title: Organizational Behaviour Course Code: MIBHR 20301 Program Name: MBAIB Classroom contact hours: 20 hours Credit Units: 04 Tutorial Hours: Nil Practical/Lab Hours: Nil Faculty: Ms. Prentice Hall Publication. Jerald Greenberg and Robert A Baron. effect on OB • Impact of changing trends in Organizational structure and functioning • Identify and analyze issues related to work and motivation in organization. Arun Sachhar Course Objective • To provide a clear understanding of the behavior of people in the organization and the way in which it is changing • To communicate the conceptual knowledge of organizational behavior with case studies and role plays and industrial examples Learning Outcomes At the end of the course students will be able to: • Key issues in OB • Understand the factors of globalization. KP Kanchana. Course Content Module 1: Session 1 • What is Organizational Behavior? Introduction and Modern Approach to Organizational Behavior Approach to Organizational Behavior No.27 Back grounder: What are the demands of organization from its employees? Session 3 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 30 of 69 . Chapter 1. 8th Edition. Jerald Greenberg and Robert A Baron. Vikas Publication. 8th Edition. its functions Session 2 • Why OB is required? Changing profile of employees and customers References: • Behavior in Organization. JS Chandan. Pages 19-24 Back grounder: What is Organization. Pages 3. Pages 23. Chapter 1. Chapter 1. Mr. of sessions required For each module References: • Behavior in Organization. 3rd Edition.12 • Organizational Behavior. Prentice Hall Publication.

Prentice Hall Publication. http://www. Pages 13. tools and techniques Organization Impact of changing trends Back grounder: What are the various skills needed in a Manager References: • Behavior in Organization. O. Chapter 1.dimensional importance & Values. Jerald Greenberg and Robert A Baron. 11th Edition. http://web. Chapter 17. Chapter 1. Stephen P Robbins and Seema Sanghi. 8th Edition. Pages 23 – 28 • Organizational Behavior. Jeff Harris and Sandra J Hartman. 8th Edition. 8th Edition. O.53-55 Session 4 • How OB can help in the World of Globalization Challenges of leading an Organization Back grounder: What causes the growth of an organization References: • Behavior in Organization. Chapter 1.htm 2. Stephen P Robbins.neu. Prentice Hall Publication. Chapter 1. Jeff Harris and Sandra J Hartman. Prentice Hall Publication. Jerald Greenberg and Robert A Baron.com/~donclark/leader/leadob. Pages 9-12 • Organizational Behavior. Pages. extempore and presentation References:1.html Case Study : Difficult Transitions Module: Session 7 • How Human Relations help in adjusting with the changing trends in Human Relations. Pages 15-25 • Organizational Behavior. Pages.17 • Organizational Behavior. Chapter 3.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- • Why OB is required? Globalization of Organization and business Back grounder: Study at least 1 Public Sector and 2 MNCs References: • Behavior in Organization. Prentice Hall Publication.edu/~ewertheim/introd/history. Prentice Hall Publication.nwlink.423-430 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 31 of 69 .cba. Jerald Greenberg and Robert A Baron. Chapter 1. Pages 14-25 Session 5 & 6 • Test.

http://www.tides. 8th Edition. Stephen P Robbins.zdnet. Prentice Hall Publication. Prentice Hall Publication. Stephen P Robbins. Pages 13. Pages 19-22 • Organizational Behavior. Chapter 15. Jerald Greenberg and Robert A Baron. Chapter 1. Prentice Hall Publication.http://techupdate.html 3.pdf Module 3: Session 13 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 32 of 69 Leading Effective Teams and Working in Groups .A 'Maverick' Organization References: 1.17 • Organizational Behavior. 8th Edition. Prentice Hall Publication. Chapter 1.pdf 2.com/documents/offshore. extempore and presentation Case Study: Best Buy's 'Results Only Work Environment': Changing the Productivity Paradigm? Semco . 8th Edition. Jerald Greenberg and Robert A Baron.saventech. Page 471 Session 9 • Role of technology in organization Impact of IT and Outsourcing on Organizations Back grounder: Managing with the changing technological trends References: • Behavior in Organization. 11th Edition. 11th Edition. Page 470 Session 10 • Demographical influence on changes Social and cultural approach for global change Back grounder: How people take changes References: • Behavior in Organization. Pages 23. Chapter 1. Prentice Hall Publication.28 Session 11 & 12 • Test. Jerald Greenberg and Robert A Baron. http://www.org/fileadmin/pdfs/GlobalChangeBriefing.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Session 8 • Impact of environment on changes Diagnosing the environment Back grounder: Environmental influence in Organization References: • Behavior in Organization. Chapter 15.com/techupdate/stories/main/Top_10_Risks_Offshore_Outsourcing.

Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- • Organization as a Team Team as a competitive strategy and obstacles for effective team performance Back grounder: What causes India to win the match? References: • Behavior in Organization. Jerald Greenberg and Robert A Baron.Importance and dynamics Back grounder: Why do you form your group? References: • Behavior in Organization. 11th Edition. Chapter 8. Chapter 9. Stephen P Robbins. Chapter 8. Stephen P Robbins.308 • Organizational Behavior. Pages 291. Jerald Greenberg and Robert A Baron. 8th Edition.302 • Organizational Behavior. Prentice Hall Publication. Chapter 9.383 Session 15 • OB as a Competitive Advantage in Competition Global Organizations Back grounder: Find out any three global organization Session 16 Effective Group can create wonders • Reaching out the global customer and role of Individuals Back grounder: What makes an organization to grow References: • Behavior in Organization. 11th Edition. Jerald Greenberg and Robert A Baron. Page 272 Session 14 • What is Group and how it creates synergy Groups. Chapter 8. 8th Edition. 8th Edition. Prentice Hall Publication. Pages 373. Prentice Hall Publication. Pages 303 . Pages 287 Session 17 • Managing group Functional and Dysfunctional competitions Back grounder: How group functions Session 18 Result oriented group Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 33 of 69 . Prentice Hall Publication. Prentice Hall Publication.

Evaluation Scheme Component Codes Weightage planned (%) Date Planned Component Codes Weightage planned (%) Date planned W: Week P: Project C: Case Discussion CT: Class Test EE: External Examination Text & References • • • Robbins. http://wilderdom. a mixed pedagogy will be followed including lectures. Oxford University Press 34 of 69 C1 P1 CT1 10 10 20 W2 W6 W8 EE1 60 As per University Schedule Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 .pdf 5.chrisj.edu/assets/ccghe/documents/s2-group_dynamics.com/content/templates/clo_article.jhmi. New Delhi Drunker. operational workouts.com/Group.html 4. requiring the student to develop his/ her ability to analyze the situation and behavior of individual as an employee. The class lectures will focus on international context to understand the organization and effect of globalization and changing trends in the behavior of employees in the organization.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- • Cooperation in organization Back grounder: What is the reason for success of an organization? Session 19 & 20 • Mid term evaluation.winisp. Prentice Hall of India. http://www.http://www.clomedia.htm 2. http://www.htm Case study: Transforming Work Groups Through Action Research The Chappell Way (B): A Case Study in Teambuilding and Group Dynamics Teaching and Learning Methods The assessment programme will be student driven. Peter F. 2004. Stephen P.uk/et/index. management games.ccghe.teal. 2001. profusely illustrated by case examples. The Practice of Management. Allied New Delhi Udai Pareek. role plays.org. Understanding Organizational Behavior. presentation and class test References: 1. To achieve the aforesaid. http://www. Participation of students is expected in each of the assessment programme.net/articles/group_dynamics. Principles of Management.asp?articleid=871&zoneid=23. 1975.

MIBOM 20301 Credit Units: 03 Course Contents: Module I: Introduction Scope Importance and History of operations management. choosing appropriate technology. Robert Kreitner & Angelo Kinicki. PHI.. planning (including location and facilities layout). streamlining the flow of people and materials. Recent developments in operations management Operations Management in the Indian context. These include product and process design. Dewey Johnson. Just In Time manufacturing. and continuously improving the quality of the final product. Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 35 of 69 . OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Course Code: Course Objective: Operations and Supply chain are an integral contributor to an organisation’s top and bottom line success. Management of Organizational Behavior. . This course is based on a foundation in the theories and practice of management in businesses where operations and supply chain management are critical to success.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- • • Paul Hersey. Japanese manufacturing techniques. 7th Edition. adopting efficient work methods. 2002. New Delhi Organizational Behavior. in order to create internal and external customer value. Module II: Competitive Advantage through operations management Value chain analysis Experience curve Module III: Product Product life cycle Product design Product development Module IV: Production and Operations Management Types of processes Forecasting methods Forecasting errors. Module V: Inventory Management Inventory management Concepts Inventory models Economic order quantity Inventory control Module VI: Planning and Scheduling Operations planning and scheduling Aggregate output planning Master production schedules Elements of scheduling Module VII: Quality Management Quality management Statistical Quality Control (SQC) Statistical Process Control (SPC)..

Harrison. 2005 Sunil Chopra And Peter Meindl. 2006 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 36 of 69 . South Western • • • • • • • • References: E Adam And Ronald J Ebert. class presentation by groups of students. Introduction To Operations And Supply Chain Management 2nd Edition. Elements of supply chain management systems Learning Methods: Tutorials. Case studies.Thomson . Lee. Matthew B. 2000 David L. Operations Management: Creating Value Along The Supply Chain. And Theodore P. Each student is required to do the back ground reading from the specified chapters of the prescribed book before coming to class. Hau L. Interactive sessions. 2005. Production And Operations Management. Supply Chain Management: Strategy. discussed in groups (teams) outside the class as preparatory work. 2008 Terry P. 2007 Roberta (Robin) Russell And Bernard W. Myers. Neale . Planning And Operations. self study sessions. Dr Joseph Juran and Mr Philip Crossby Module VIII: Layout Planning Concepts Types of layouts Site location Criteria for plant location decisions Module IX: Project Management Project Evaluation and Review Techniques (PERT). Taylor . Extensive research projects. 2000 John Tom Mentzer. 2005. Handfield . Operations Management . Seminars. And John J. Manufacturing Operations And Supply Chain Management: The LEAN Approach. Critical Path Method. Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) P1 10 C1 10 CT1 20 EE 60 Text & References: Text: • Norman Gaither & Greg Frazier. 6th Edition .basic concepts TQM programme given by Dr W E Deming. Handbook Of Global Supply Chain Management.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------Total Quality Management . Taylor And David Brunt. The Practice Of Supply Chain Management: Where Theory And Application Converge (International Series In Operations Research & Management Science).the course is covered by adopting a combination of lecture methods. Prentice Hall Of India Cecil Bozarth And Robert B. Field visits. Operations Management: Creating Value Along The Supply Chain. Management games. Weekend experience in companies . 2007 Roberta (Robin) Russell And Bernard W. (CPM) Module X: Supply Chain Management Basic Concepts Characteristics of business partners of a supply chain. Loose Leaf. Taylor . Cases are also to be analyzed.

Also.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- BUSINESS COMMUNICATION .Verbal Communication Principles of non. each student will be required to make a presentation for 20 marks over and above the teaching hours.’ Every business communicator needs to understand the nuances of ‘body language and voice.verbal communication Kinesics Proxemics Paralanguage and visible code Module II: Speaking Skills Pronunciation drills (Neutralizing regional pulls) Conversational English Guidelines to an effective presentation Module III: Interviews and GDs Note: 1 written test of 20 marks of one hour duration will be conducted. Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 37 of 69 .’ This course is designed to enable the young Amitian to decipher the relevance of Kinesics. They will have to be programmed accordingly. Proxemics and Para Language that cater to the fundamental requirements of effective business presentations and speeches. MIBBS 20301 Credit Units: 01 Course Contents: Module I: Non.III Course Code: Course Objective: Actions speak louder than words.

Gregory Moorhead. Stephen – Organizational Behaviour. group Effective Team Mission and Vision http://www.htm Ice breaking Activity:Te am Building Quotes Team vs Group? This article highlights differences between team and group roles. Introduction to Teams Life Cycle of 2 a Project Team Rationale of a Team. .html Robbins.com /games Imagine a baseball team that assigned players to a different position everyday.com/team-vs-group. Chitra Modul e Modul e I: Title Teams: An Overview Introduction to Teams Contents Sessio n Reference's Activities Backgrounder Team Design 1 Features: team vs.managementhelp.leadership-developmentcoaching.ny. We include a study of leadership issues in transition from group to team.state.Giffin---Organizational Behaviour http://www. you're assigned as a salesperson. 11th edition. Goal Analysis and Team Roles http://wilderdom. Consider working in a company where one day you're an accountant.html Ice breaking Activity: from http://wild erdom. another day.us/Train/o nlinelearning/FTMS/200s1. Ricky W. Chances are.BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE – III (LEADING THROUGH TEAMS) AMITY UNIVERSITY UTTAR PRADESH (GAUTAM BUDH NAGAR) AMITY INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL Course Code: MIBBS 20302 Classroom Teaching Hours: 10 Hrs Tutorial Hours: Self Study Hours: Programme Name: MBA IB IIIrd SEM Credit Units: 01 Practical/Lab Hours: Faculty In charge: Ms. with both the baseball team and company.com/teambuilding/ #WhatIsATeam http://www.goer.org/gr p_skll/theory/theory. PHI. the next day a security guard.

html http://www. For a work group. Measurement of relatedness can be useful not only in the assessment of behavior within groups. Modul e II Team & Sociometry Team Sociometry Patterns of 3 Interaction in a Team Sociometry: Method of studying attractions and repulsions in groups http://www.sociometry.htmhttp://www. A sociogram is a graphic representation of social links that a person has.us/~mwehr/H umanRel/2aSOCIO.hoopandtree.html Ice breaking Activity on related topics Modul Team 39 of 69 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 .” meaning measure. lines of communication etc Team Sociometry Construction 4 of sociogram for studying interpersonal relations in a Team http://inst.n z/http://grouptalkweb.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------success would not come easy.org/sociom etry. if at all! This module overviews the value and purpose of various team roles.co.cuny.” meaning social and the Latin “metrum. Moreno to analyze choices or preferences within a group. sociometry can be a powerful tool for reducing conflict and improving communication because it allows the group to see itself objectively and to analyze its own dynamics.org/socioart/s ocioteamdev. It is also a powerful tool for assessing dynamics and development in groups devoted to therapy or training. but also for interventions to bring about positive change and for determining the extent of change.hunter.pdf Ice breaking Activity on related topics The word sociometry comes from the Latin “socius.com/sociog ram/ http://maxweber. channels of influence. sociometry is a way of measuring the degree of relatedness among people.edu/p ub/eres/EDSPC715_MCINTYRE/So ciogram.cc. As these roots imply. Sociograms were developed by Jacob L.fl. A sociogram can be drawn on the basis of many different criteria: Social relations.[1] They can diagram the structure and patterns of group interactions.santafe.phenotyping.

promote productivity.iitbecell.Wise.R/Team_Building .Aid/H.doc http://www. You will also be communicating with your team on a regular basis about routine tasks. such as group self-assessment and group-dynamic games. increase interaction between employees and assist in building strong relationships and effective teams.state. Team Building http://www.time-managementguide. processes. effective leadership. events and results. Team building is pursued via a variety of practices. As a team leader your responsibility is to communicate corporate objectives and results. effective conflict resolution and problem solving skills. and collective motivation of result-oriented teams.html Ice breaking Activity Who's your favourite at work? The term team building generally refers to the selection. you will be introduced to the stages through which teams progress Teams are built on relationships. Productive and effective teams are developed through effective communication.org/resources/S ection.html http://www.goer.ny. In this module.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------e III Building Team Building Types and 5 Development of Team Building Stages of team growth Team performance curve Profiling 6 your Team: Internal & External Dynamics Team Strategies for organizationa l vision Team communicati on http://www. clear goals.sideroad.us/Train/o nlinelearning/FTMS/400s1. and generally sits within the theory and practice of organizational development. A team that has strong relationships and a strong culture is cohesive and will be able to achieve its goals and maintain the standards of behaviours that each member expects of themselves and others.com/Team_Bui lding/effective_communication.com/team-building. development.html Ice breaking Activity on related topics Modul e IV Team Leadership & Conflict 40 of 69 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 .

Leadership in organizations has a different and more meaningful definition. perspectives and opinions are contradictory in nature and haven't been aligned or agreed about yet. pg 594609 Robbins. Conflict managemnet Causes of 8 team conflict Conflict management strategies Stress and Coping in teams Ice Organisational behaviour: a global breaking perspective 3e by wood PART 5 Activity on related MANAGING THE PROCESS OF topics ORGANISATIONS Conflict and negotiation CHAPTER 16.Pea rson Prentice Hall Many people believe that leadership is simply being the first. a leader is interpreted as someone who sets direction in an effort and influences people to follow that direction. Within yourself when you're not living according to your values. for example. Very simply put. When your values and perspectives are threatened. including: 1. (Ch14) Conflict is when two or more values.geocities. Discomfort from fear of the unknown or from lack of fulfillment. 2. norm and perform" period. The rest of this library should help you in this regard. Robert A Baron. 41 of 69 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 .com/Athens/Fo rum/1650/htmlleadershipdefined. How they set that direction and influence people depends on a variety of factors that we'll consider later on below. PHI. notice various styles of leadership and review some of the suggested traits and characteristics that leaders should have. by Karam Pal.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------Management Leadership Leadership 7 styles in organizations Self Authorized team leadership Management process and organization behaviour. Stephen – Organizational Behaviour. IK International publishing house pvt ltd. you should briefly scan some of the major theories. storm. To really comprehend the "territory" of leadership.ht ml Ice breaking Activity: What Is Your Leadership Style? Case Study Chan Suh: Not your Typical Advertisin g Executiveyet. or 3. Conflict is inevitable and often good. 11th edition. Jerald Greenberg. biggest or most powerful. good teams always go through a "form. Part A-Ch-13 pg-225249 http://www.

innovation.com/mar2000. 2 – commitment (to the future). For the purposes of this paper. How can a manager or an organization refine and enrich its global mindset orientation? A radically different frame of aligning people. I discuss “what is spirituality?” and in the section that follows.Giffin---Organizational Behaviour(Ch-15) Modul eV Global Teams and Universal Values Global Teams Management 9 and Universal by values Values Pragmatic spirituality in life and organization http://ejbo. 4 – mindful action.jyu.htm Ice breaking Activity on related topics Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 . I examine some of the implications of my definition to the teaching of spirituality in an undergraduate business ethics course.pdf http://www. values. Ethics. 3 – reasonable choice.html Ice breaking Activity on related topics This moduleis divided into two sections. balancing the needs of local cultures with the global realities are some of the difficult issues 42 of 69 Getting the most out of diversity means often-contradictory values. In the first section.com/Bu siness-Coach/189/Coaching-AnOrganization-Using-aPragmaticSpiritual-BlendedApproach. customer satisfaction. . Gita etc http://www.fi/pdf/ejbo_vol9_no2 _pages_17-21. Universal Values Building 10 global teams through universal human values Learning based on project work on Scriptures like Ramayana.in/sep07/nfsep07_future. Ricky W.evancarmichael. At present. strategy and purpose may be through the extension and enrichment of a global mindset rather than strategy or structure. and 5 –continuous dialog (both internal and external).sriaurobindosociet y. spirituality is defined as the planned experience (the inner feeling) of blending integrity and integration through 1 – acceptance (of the past). perspectives and opinions. Globalisation of business has added new complexities and problems which require a fresh synthesis. quality. Business and Management is going through an evolutionary transition. Mahabharata .Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------Gregory Moorhead.org.itstime.ht m http://nextfuture. ecology.

Modul e VI End-ofSemester Appraisal Viva based on personal journal Assessment of Behavioral change as a result of training Exit Level Rating by Self and Observer Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 43 of 69 .Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------facing multinational business. for an inner fulfillment in the mental. are seeking for something more than money and career. moral or spiritual spheres. In the human dimension. an increasing number of people in the corporate world. especially the creative and talented.

passé composé des verbes pronominaux 8. demander des précisions 2. consulter sa boite e-mails. manger au restaurant.FRENCH . comprendre un menu. pronoms COI. être en train de 6. négation 5. impératif présent (2) place du pronom et verbes pronominaux 10. engager une conversation téléphonique 3. ne…plus. reply to messages) MIBFR 20301 Credit Units: 02 Course Contents: Unité 5. un morceau de… 2. ne…personne. une bouteille de. Raconter des événements passes 5. expliquer un contretemps. demander de l’aide (par téléphone. place orders. identifier un problème. accord du participe passé. par e-mail) 4. commander 2. de son expérience. parler de sa formation. affirmatif et interrogatif. reserve) • to master the current social communication skills • oral (dialogue. venir de + infinitif. 74 to 104 Contenu lexical : Unité 5 : Travail 1.III Course Code: Course Objective: To furnish linguistic tools • to talk about work and problems related to work • to perform simple communicative tasks (explaining a set back. futur proche. asking for a postponement of appointment. qu’est-ce que/ qu’est-ce qui/qui est-ce que/qui est-ce qui 7. telephone conversation) • Written (e-mails. pronoms COD. passé composé avec être. articles partitifs. verbes appeler (au présent) 3. ne…pas encore. passé composé avec avoir. trop/pas assez.Com (Débutant) . ne…rien. ne…plus. give instructions. répondre aux messages Unité 6 : Problèmes 1. déplacer un rendez-vous 3. de ses compétences 4. 6: pp. un peu de. verbe devoir au conditionnel présent Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) V 10 H 10 CT 20 EE 60 Text & References: le livre à suivre : Français. beaucoup de. suggérer une solution Contenu grammatical : 1. expliquer un problème. savoir et connaître 4. ne …pas encore 9. si/quand+présent. donner des instructions 5.

Sprachkurs Deutsch Schulz Griesbach . accusative and dative pronouns in comparison Module V: Dative prepositions Dative preposition with their usage both theoretical and figurative use Module VI: Dialogues In the Restaurant. Nieder. which will later help them to strengthen their language.L Aneja .III Course Code: Course Objective: To enable the students to converse. geography. 2 & 3 Rosa-Maria Dallapiazza et al. states and capitals.2 Braun. and also a few other topics related to Germany. Deutsche Sprachlehre für Ausländer P. important cities and towns and characteristic features of the same. A tlelphone conversation Module VII: Directions Names of the directions Asking and telling the directions with the help of a roadmap Module VIII: Conjunctions To assimilate the knowledge of the conjunctions learnt indirectly so far Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) CT-1 15 CT-2 15 H-1 + V-1 10 EEI 60 Text & References: Wolfgang Hieber. Module III: Dative case Dative case. accusative and dative Module IV: Dative personal pronouns Nominative.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- GERMAN . Schmöe. read and write in the language with the help of the basic rules of grammar. comparison with accusative case Dative case with the relevant articles Introduction to 3 different kinds of sentences – nominative.1. Deutsch als Fremdsprache 1A. Tangram Aktuell A1/1. At the Tourist Information Office. Grundkurs Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 45 of 69 . political situation and economic opportunities available in Germany MIBGR 20301 Credit Units: 02 Course Contents: Module I: Modal verbs Modal verbs with conjugations and usage Imparting the finer nuances of the language Module II: Information about Germany (ongoing) Information about Germany in the form of presentations or “Referat”– neighbors. To give the students an insight into the culture. Deutsch Interessant. Lernziel Deutsch Hans-Heinrich Wangler.

En Directo I A Español Sin Fronteras -Nivel Elemental Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 46 of 69 . How to ask for directions (using estar) Introduction to IR + A + INFINITIVE FORM OF A VERB Module IV Simple conversation with help of texts and vocabulary En el restaurante En el instituto En el aeropuerto Module V Reflexives Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) C-1 10 CT 20 V 10 EEI 60 Text & References: • • Español. Ir….Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- SPANISH – III Course Code: Course Objective: To enable students acquire knowledge of the Set/definite expressions (idiomatic expressions) in Spanish language and to handle some Spanish situations with ease. Poner. Revision of Gustar and usage of it Module III Translation of Spanish-English. Weather Module II Introduction to Gustar…and all its forms. MIBSH 20301 Credit Units: 02 Course Contents: Module I Revision of earlier semester modules Set expressions (idiomatic expressions) with the verb Tener. Practice sentences. English-Spanish.

Usage in negative sentences as well. Use of library.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- JAPANESE . audio-aids. Comparative degree. hold. possess.III Course Code: Course Objective: To enable the students to converse in the language with the help of basic verbs and to express themselves effectively and narrate their everyday short encounters. Past continuous tense. Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) C-1 10 CT 20 V 10 EEI 60 Text & References: Text: • Teach yourself Japanese References: • Shin Nihongo no kiso 1 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 47 of 69 . Superlative degree. visiting and watching movies in Japan and culture center every Friday at 6pm. which help them at the time of placements. Students are also given projects on Japan and Japanese culture to widen their horizon further. Learning Outcome   Students can speak the language and can describe themselves and situations effectively They also gain great knowledge in terms of Japanese lifestyle and culture. Methods of Private study /Self help   Handouts. formal and informal etc. Module VII: Appointment Over phone. Module V: Comparison Comparative and Superlative degree Module VI: Wishes and desires Expressing desire to buy. and self-do assignments. Note: The Japanese script is introduced in this semester. MIBJP 20301 Credit Units: 02 Course Contents: Module I: Verbs Different forms of verbs: present continuos verbs etc Module II More Adverbs and adverbial expressions Module III: Counters Learning to count different shaped objects. Module IV: Tenses Past tense.

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Please speak slowly Praise – This pictorial is very beautiful Opposites e. straight. by train. Introduction of written characters. Module IV The ordinal number “di” “Mei” the demonstrative pronoun e. mei nian etc.g. outside. xibian. The course aims at training students in practical skills and nurturing them to interact with a Chinese person. middle. etc. Boy-Girl. Traveling. mei tian. Description about class schedule during a week in school. Practice reading aloud Practice using the language both by speaking and by taking notes. Slow-Fast … etc. Not feeling well words e. car. head ache. by boat. Character writing and stroke order Module II Measure words Position words e. 49 of 69 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 . nanbian. But the system runs into a problem because the underlying name of personal name is often obscure so they are almost always transcribed according to their pronciation alone. Old-New. Going to the Park. Grammar use of “li” and “cong”. cold. by airplane. bottom. What game do you like? Difference between “hii” and “neng”. boat. the language of Mainland China. on the bike. “keyi”.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- CHINESE – III Course Code: Course Objective: Foreign words are usually imported by translating the concept into Chinese. Comprehension reading followed by questions.g. MIBCE 20301 Credit Units: 02 Course Contents: Module I Drills Dialogue practice Observe picture and answer the question. left. The course aims at familiarizing the student with the basic aspects of speaking ability of Mandarin.. the emphasis is on the meaning rather than the sound. Black-White. Bus. train. inside. Big-Small. Easy-Difficult. side. zhongjian. behind. stomach ache. Use of the modal particle “le” Making a telephone call Use of “jiu” and “cal” (Grammar portion) Automobiles e.g.g. bike etc. use of to enter to exit Structural particle “de” (Compliment of degree). Directional words – beibian. Clean-Dirty. Little-More.g. top. dongbian. Our school and its different building locations. in front. right. fever. . Young-Old. Module V Persuasion-Please don’t smoke. by bus. Module III Changing affirmative sentences to negative ones and vice versa Human body parts.

Grammar: Negation of a sentence with a verbal predicate. Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) V 10 H 10 CT 20 EE 60 Text & References: • “Elementary Chinese Reader Part I. Part-2” Lesson 21-30 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 50 of 69 .Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------Talking about studies and classmates Use of “it doesn’t matter” Enquiring about a student. description about study method.

MIBSI 10250 Credit Units: 09 Examination Scheme: Internship Report (Research/ Problem based) 1. Knowledge/ Comprehension of the problem/ issue & critical Discussion of relevant literature 4. Presentation & Organization B. Internship proposal Mid Term & Final Evaluation (Including invitation for corporate Meet) Questionnaires Total Grand Total 05 05 05 10 05 15 05 30 80 10 10 40 10 70 10 10 30 50 200 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 51 of 69 . F. Conclusions / Recommendations. inter-disciplinary approach. Analysis of Issues & Problems 5. sense of responsibility etc. The educational process in the internship course seeks out and focuses attention on many latent attributes. Future Implications 7. Data handling 6. Presentation & Viva Total C. ability in written and oral presentation. professional judgment and decision making ability. skills for data handling.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- SUMMER INTERNSHIP Course Code: Course Objective: Summer Internship exposes students to new analytical and technical skills to communicate with and to seek information from the professional people. Methodology 3. D. E. Diary Faculty/ Student Contact Case Study Synopsis Total G. These attributes are intellectual ability. H. I. Introduction / Objectives 2.

The course alos gives students the insight of process involved in branding decisions and strategies for growth of brands. Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this module the student will be able to: • Identify the key issues and concepts of products and brands • Evaluate product and brand strategies and make suitable recommendations • Conceptualize suitable marketing decisions for product mix and product lines Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 52 of 69 . improving the existing products and managing the performance of product items and product line(s) as a whole to maximize the company’s profit.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- ELECTIVE PAPERS FOR DUAL SPECIALIZATION IN IB & MARKETING Product and Brand Management Course Code: MIBMK 20301 Credit Units: 04 Course Objective: The main objective of the course is to make the students learn and conceptualize the entire gamut of developing new products.

Winer.pragmaticmarketing. chapter1  Characterizing the product / market  Kenneth B.bcg. Product Development: from Initial • What happens when you Idea to Product Management (Hardcover). Kahn .com/2008/05/06/smalldecisions-can-impact-product-success www.com/2006/12/21/theimportance-of-decision-making http://www.bcg.PHI. Wheelwright. Kahn .120 Steven C.productmanagementtips. Edgett. Efficiency.29 products live in  What’s new about new products -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Class  Marc Annacchino.pg. Second Edition.edu/invent/i-archive.29 management  Kenneth B. pg.457 lack effective portfolio management  http://web.pg. Cooper.html Amity International Businessthe Product Drawbacks of School  http://www.pg.25  Ways to characterize  Product Management by Donald R.The PDMA Handbook of New environment that new Product Development.mit.46 the Portfolio Marc Annacchino.goodproductmanager. Product Development: from Initial Idea to Product Management (Hardcover). pg.SESSION PLAN OF PRODUCT AND BRAND MANAGEMENT Amity University Topics To Be Taught References /Suggested Readings Module THE PRODUCT I MANAGEMENT PROCESS Learning Outcome On the successful completion of this session the student will be able to Identify the key issues and concepts of products and brands  Understand the product management process  Factors affecting Product management process Suggested Reading Session The Product Management Function #1  Product development: A customer driven approach  Product Management Decisions Reference  Product Strategy as an element of competitive  Ramanuj Majumdar.The PDMA Handbook of New • Maximizing the value of Product Development. pg. Product Management strategy inIndia. Revolutionizing Product Development: Quantum Leaps in Speed. Elko J. Portfolio Management for New effective portfolio Products.com/careers/practice_cases. Lehmann and business risk Russell S.com/careers/practice_cases. • Requirements of Kleinschmidt.28    www.com/resources/produ ct-management Learning outcome On the successful completion of this session the student will be able to  Get an insight into the major decisions regarding product portfolio management and strategies for designing an effective product portfolio Session #2 What is a Product Portfolio? Reference • Portfolio management  Robert G.ht Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Portfolio Approach ml • Mazor gaps Academic Session July 2008 between  http://www. Second Edition. Scott J. and Quality (Hardcover).pg.ht Theory and Practice ml 53 of 69 .

 Kapoor. 2002  Gary L Lilien (Paperback . Stratigic brand management building. J S. 2003  Panwar. New Delhi. 2. 1st Edition • Kapoor Jagdeep. ? 3. Perform a preliminary market analysis: Make the case for who are the best market targets and why they should be interested? Who are the competitors and what can they do to you and how fast? What is the probable size of the market and growth rate? 4. 2004  Owens. Why do you think these needs were not met? Prepare and include in your final paper a brief summary of Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 54 of 69 . Come up with at least one promising new product idea. 2002. 2004) Product Lifecycle Management: 21st century Paradigm for Product Realisation Group Projects: Group. Successful Product Management (Sales & Marketing Series)  John Stark (Hardcover .1999). Product Management 4th Edition. Prentice Hall. 2005. Kevin Lane. at the end of the course. and interview others about what they like and dislike about this product. including needs of stakeholders other than potential customers. A. Jaico Publishing House. 2004  Keller. 2004). The psychology of relationship selling. Brand Switch. Beyond consumer marketing . 1st Edition References:  Kotler Philip. Lehmann and Russell S Winer (Paperback . Develop a tentative launch strategy: price.Jul 1. Mumbai. 6. etc. Jagdeep. Brand switch. Jaico Publishing House. Consider what market research is needed to reduce risk and uncertainty. cost and sales forecast. Mumbai. Steve. Response books. Opportunity Identification To identify an opportunity. 2003. What are its attributes. B2B marketing : A radically different approach. 2003  Minett. Jaico Enterprises.(Mcgraw Hill Series in Marketing)  Stephen Morse (Paperback . promotional mix. Handbook of Successful Product Management.Aug 27. New Delhi. 1998). 12th edition. performance level. London. distribution outlets.. The situation is simple: you are a group of 4-5 newly minted MBA’s who have decided to form your own company and market a new product that you will develop. Pearson Education. These interviews can be done very informally in 10-15 minutes. ORV. Recognize customer segments may have different needs. Your task is now to: 1. Marketing Management – Thompson Press(I) Ltd. Identify needs developers of this product missed. etc. 5. Present your plan. Identify a promising new product/service opportunity.Jan 8.New product and brand management: Marketing engineering applications  Donald R.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) P1 10 C1 10 CT1 20 EE 60 Text & References: Text: • Morse Stephen. consider choosing a product that annoys you. Record what your interviewees say and interpret the data in terms of customer needs. Jaico Enterprises.The group project should provide a better grasp of the concepts taught in class by actually applying them to a topic of choice.

Second. actions]. analyze the task environment (industry) in which your new product concept will be part.e. New Product Concept Generate and develop a concept for a new innovative product or service following processes described in the text and lectures (i. A discussion of the most important lessons learned about the NPDD process and working in teams. distribution policy. magazine articles. including journals. a slight variation of a currently available product. B. economic. 9. competition [strengths/weaknesses. economic.. You should avoid proposing a product or service concept already available elsewhere. advertising and promotional strategy. Demonstrate by reference to buyer needs and to evidence regarding the costs of making and marketing it that it is capable of earning a profit. and ROI over the length of time needed to make the project viable. profits. Projection of sales. Appropriate supporting market research (but remember: this is not a marketing research project!). brand name and positioning. 8. 6. take care to reference all sources. 5. Note: In written reports. Developing marketing plan. Show how your concept is different from currently available products/services. Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 55 of 69 . First. 4. Third. and customer trends). books. and other secondary data sources such as internet sites. Environmental analysis (e.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------what you learned about the interview process as well as substantive information about the new product opportunity. Researching market potential and selecting desirable target market[s] (and the order of their desirability as objectives for different product versions). company reports. costs. and international elements). 3. technological. Perform some concept tests with potential customers. C. describe your concept's potential competitive advantage in terms of developing a distinctive competency. or a concept with little profit potential. Development of a Product Innovation Charter 2. generate a large number of possible new product ideas and screen them). 7. Refining the concept into a prototype or detailed sketch. Generating an idea for a new product or service. Project Scope and Composition of Your Final Group Report The steps in completing your group project process should desirably include: 1. Creativity will be rewarded. describe current and likely future trends in the societal/general environment (socio-cultural. Environmental Assessment Analyze the environment in terms of the new product concept you proposed. politicallegal.g. including: launch dates. and other relevant marketing variables.

Managing the promotional effort. Marketing segmentation basis. Non-financial services rules and regulation. Non. Customer perceptions and physical evidence. Influencing factors. Organisational objectives and pricing policy Promotion and communication : Internal/ external communication process. Media choice and selection. It also aims to sensitize the students on strategic areas needing special attention in effective marketing of services and to explain service quality management and related challenges in service management MIBMK 20302 Credit Units: 04 Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this module the student will be able to: Identify the aspects of services marketing Course Contents: Module I Foundation of Services Marketing Introduction-services. Corporate identity. Users of the above services. Market segmentation. Positioning of services. Life cycle concept. Staff selection and recruitment.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Marketing of Services Course Code: Course Objective: The course aims to differentiate services from tangible products and to make the students understand the complexities of handling intangibles. Promotional message. Marketing Information system. A comparative analysis. Financial services rules and regulation. The concept: Justification of marketing banking services. Strategies. Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 56 of 69 . pricing issues for services. Salient features of marketing services. People : Role of employee. Financial services marketing mix. Retention strategies. Service design and positioning Module IV Financial Services Marketing – an introduction Special characteristics of financial services marketing. Customer perception : Influencing factors. Module II Detailed aspects of services marketing Marketing Mix of Services – an Introduction : Service attributes.financial services marketing mix. Why Marketing of Services? The behavioural profile of users. Pricing : Pricing the service. Segmentation and targeting. related issues. Corporate image. Bank Marketing. Module III Customer expectations of the service Levels. Marketing mix Module V Non Financial Services Marketing – an introduction Special characteristics of Non-financial services marketing. Promotion mix. Training and development Process and physical evidence. Process and technological development. Understanding perception through Marketing Research Building Customer Relations: Relationship Marketing. Bank Marketing. Marketing and competitive environment. Marketing and competitive environment.

Services Marketing. 3rd Edition References: • Christopher Lovelock. 5th Edition • Valarie A. Users of the above services. 2006 • By Philip Kotler. Services Marketing. class presentation by groups of students. Gremler. Marketing mix Hospital Services The concept: Justification of marketing hospital services. Law. 2005 • Troy Waugh.6th Edition. 2002. Stephen J. Services Marketing. 2002 • Laurie Young. Prentice Hall. Each student is required to do the back ground reading from the specified chapters of the prescribed book before coming to class. Zeithaml. 2002 • Raymond P. The Financial Services Marketing Handbook: Tactics And Techniques That Produce Results. Marketing mix Learning Methods: Tutorials. Grove. Marketing mix Hospitality Services The concept: Justification of marketing hospitality services. Extensive research projects. Marketing segmentation basis. And Dwayne D. Marketing segmentation basis. 2002. Marketing mix Educational Services The concept: Justification of marketing Educational services. Management games. Marketing mix Consultancy Services The concept: Justification of marketing consultancy services. And Professional Services Firms. 2004 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 57 of 69 . • Evelyn Ehrlich And Duke Fanelli. 2004 • Rick Crandall. Fisk. Cases are also to be analyzed. Marketing Professional Services . Marketing Your Services : For People Who Hate To Sell. Mary Jo Bitner. Tata McGraw Hill.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------The concept: Justification of marketing banking services. Weekend experience in companies . Consulting. Users of the above services. Interactive Services Marketing Third Edition.Revised. Marketing segmentation basis. And Joby John.the course is covered by adopting a combination of lecture methods. Bloom. Marketing segmentation basis. Thomas Hayes. Seminars. self study sessions. Case studies. Marketing The Professional Services Firm: Applying The Principles And The Science Of Marketing To The Professions. 2008 • Christopher Lovelock And Jochen Wirtz. Users of the above services. Users of the above services. Field visits. 2007. Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) P1 10 C1 10 CT1 20 EE 60 Text & References: Text: • Valerie Zeithaml & Mary Jo Bitner. Marketing segmentation basis. Interactive sessions. 101 Marketing Strategies For Accounting. And Paul N. Users of the above services. Services Marketing. discussed in groups (teams) outside the class as preparatory work.

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ELECTIVE PAPERS FOR DUAL SPECIALIZATION IN IB & FINANCE
Mergers, Acquisitions and Re-Structuring Course Code: Course Objective:
The course aims to make students learn how to analyze the mechanisms underlying the creation (and destruction) of value in mergers, acquisitions and corporate restructuring. The students will learn to examine the reasons to acquire, choice of target and recognition of the anticipated challenges, risks and pitfalls of the approach. They will also study some instances of corporate restructuring, whether they are driven by strategic considerations of external pressures, and again, the potential sources of value creation, risks and challenges.

MIBFN 20302

Credit Units: 04

Learning Outcomes:
On the successful completion of this module the student will be able to: Identify the key issues and concepts of mergers and acquisitions Understand the major strategies that underlie most M&A transactions Examine the necessary conditions for value to be created Assess various case studies to analyse valuation strategies, pre and post merger issues and challenges.

Course Contents:
Module I: Basics of Mergers and Acquisition Corporate Restructuring-objectives of merger, demerger, acquisition, types of merger, competition, Bill 2002 Horizontal, Vertical, Congolmerate, Case studies on Tata Tetley, HLL Restructuring, OBC-GTB, BSNL; MTNL Module II: Introduction to Acts and policies Merger & Acquisition and Amalgamation as per AS-14. Module III: De-mergers and Reverse Mergers De-merger, spin off, split up, tax advantages of demerger, Reverse Merger (L & T-Grasim). Module IV: Role of SEBI SEBI regulations on Merger & Acquisition, Takeover Code Module V: Defensive Strategies Defensive actions on takeover bids Module VI: Merchant Banking and M&A Role of Merchant Bankers in Mergers & Acquisition Module VII-IX: M&A Models and Theories Valuation Models on Merger & Acquisition: (a) DCF Model, (b) Public Enterprises, (c) Book Value, (d) Adjusted Book value (e) Three Stage growth model, Module X: Ratio Analysis and Valuation Strategies Swap Ratio, Valuation Practices in India, LBO, MBO, Case Study-Tata Tetley Module XI: Taxation Aspects in M&A Treatment of goodwill, premium & Taxation aspects 72A, 2(140, Tax Benefit of Merger & Acquisition. Module XII: Post Merger Analysis Success and failure of Merger & Acquisition, International Cases: AOL & Time Warner

Learning Methods:
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Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------Tutorials, Interactive sessions, Case studies, Field visits, Management games, Extensive research projects, Seminars, Weekend experience in companies - the course is covered by adopting a combination of lecture methods, class presentation by groups of students, self study sessions. Each student is required to do the back ground reading from the specified chapters of the prescribed book before coming to class. Cases are also to be analyzed, discussed in groups (teams) outside the class as preparatory work.

Examination Scheme:
Components Weightage (%) P1 10 C1 10 CT1 20 EE 60

Text & References:
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Corporate Tax Planning Course Code: Course Objective:
In this unit students will learn about tax provisions for both individuals and limited companies. They will learn how to calculate taxable income and tax payable taking account of all types of Income and relevant expenditure and any appropriate tax-free allowances. The unit covers Income tax, corporation tax and capital gains tax for individuals and businesses.

MIBFN 20303

Credit Units: 04

Learning Outcomes:
On the successful completion of this module the student will be able to: Understand the Indian tax environment and types of taxation therein Compute income and tax under the specifies heads in the Indian corporate tax system Develop the ability to file returns and meet the legal norms and procedures.

Course Contents:
Module I Basic term and concept: person, assessee, previous year, assessment year, rate of taxes, income, total income, scope of total income and residential status& income exempt from tax. Tax planning in respect of residential status Concepts: Tax planning, tax avoidance, tax evasion. Tax avoidance v tax evasion. Tax planning v tax management Module II: Income under the head salary Employer–employee relationship, basis of charge, meaning of salary, treatment of gratuity, pension, encashment of leave, , allowance, perquisites, profit in lieu of salary, leave travel concession, provident fund, standard deduction, entertainment allowance. Tax planning with respect to salaries Income under the head house property Basis of charge, essential condition for taxing income under this head, concept of deemed ownership, determination of annual value, deduction from annual value. Income under the head of profit and gain of business & professionChargeability of income under the head profit and gain of business and profession, expenses deductible, amount not deductible, maintenance of accounts by certain person carrying out business and profession, compulsory audit of accounts. Income under the head capital gain Basis of charge, type of capital asset, transaction not considered as transfer. Computation of capital gain Income under the head income from other sources Chargeability, Deduction, Computation under this head Module III Setting off of losses inter heads of income and carry forward of losses to next year Module IV Corporate tax in India; types of companies; residential status and tax incidence; taxation of companies; carry forward and set off of losses. Tax planning with respect to companies. Module IV Computation of total income, net taxable income, and tax payable in case of individual and company. Deduction under sec 80CCC to 80U, rebate u/s 88,88b, 88c. Filing of return, assessment procedure, provision of advance tax, tax deducted at source, taxation authorities. Minimum alternate tax. Value added tax.

Learning Methods:
Tutorials, Interactive sessions, Case studies, Field visits, Management games, Extensive research projects, Seminars, Weekend experience in companies - the course is covered by adopting a combination of lecture methods, class presentation by groups of students, self study sessions. Each student is required to do the back ground reading from the specified chapters of the prescribed book before coming to class. Cases are also to be analyzed, discussed in groups (teams) outside the class as preparatory work. 60 of 69 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008

2007.New Delhi: Taxmann. Corporate Tax Planning And Management. Tax Planning For Corporate tax Planning For Corporate Acquisitions. Taxmann. 2007 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 61 of 69 . Girish Corporate Tax Planning & Management Bharat Law House 2007 • Girish Ahuja And Ravi Gupta Corporate Tax Planning & Management Bharat Law House 2007 • John E.. 1. advocates.2002 • Kaushal Kumar Agrawal. R. & Saha.N. Lakhotia. Swenson. 6th Ed. Strategic Corporate Tax Planning. 2006 • George Brode. 2003 • R. Taxmann. 2. Kindle Edition.K. 2003 Cumulative Supplement. 2007 • Ready Recknor Taxmann. Girish Corporate tax planning & management Bharat Law House 2007 • Girish Ahuja and Ravi Gupta Corporate tax planning & management Bharat Law House 2007 • Taxmann's statutory manual for chartered accountants. And Joseph W. References: • Ahuja. Corporate Tax Planning Handbook. • Ahuja. 2007. S. cost and works accountants. Taxman ND 2007 • Singhania V K. Karayan. Charles W. 2007 • Rajeev Puri. . No. Direct Taxes Planning and Management. Corporate tax planning. Corporate Tax Planning. 2003 • Ghosh.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) P1 10 C1 10 CT1 20 EE 60 Text & References: Text: • Singhania V K.. Income Tax Rules. Vol. company secretaries. Neff.

Module III: Collective Bargaining Nature and advantages of collective bargaining Negotiation of Agreement and Implementation of agreement Renewal and revision of agreement Current Collective Bargaining trends and reasons for failure of CB in India Summary & Review Questions. D act Summary & Review Questions. impact on employee relations Summary & Review Questions. MIBHR 20302 Credit Units: 04 Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this module the student will be able to: Identify the key issues in Industrial Relations and Labour Law. Forms of Unrest & Effect of strikes Changing Public Perception of Trade unions. Management & Government in IR Conditions for good IR and cause of poor IR Introduction to Social Security. Identify and analyse issues related to conflict negotiation Course Contents: Module I: Theory and Concepts of Industrial Relations IR – Theories. Module V: Employee discipline and workers participation Importance of discipline & disciplinary actions (Process and limitations) Handling indiscipline – Management’s options Objectives and forms of workers participation in Management Forums of Participation and how to make WPM effective in India? Summary & Review Questions. Industrial Dispute Act – 1947 Machinery for settlement of industrial disputes. Module IV: Grievance Management Types. Causes and Effects of grievances Model grievance redressal in India & Procedure Handling a grievance & Enforcing Grievance resolution methodology Collecting & Analysing Grievance data Summary & Review Questions. Attitudes and Different Schools of thought Roles of Workers. Case Studies. Case Studies. Future role of Trade unions in India Trade Union Act – 1926. Case Studies. Case Studies. key provisions of I. Case Studies. Understand Trade unionism and role of government.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- ELECTIVE PAPERS FOR DUAL SPECIALIZATION IN IB & HR Industrial Relations and Labour Laws Course Code: Course Objective: The main Purpose of this paper is to familiarize the participants with the various aspects of Industrial Relations and to inculcate in-depth knowledge on labour laws as well as Industrial relations as designed and enacted in India. An insight about the systems in case of employer – employee disputes is also given for the students understanding. Insight on various Labour laws and Industrial applets. Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 62 of 69 . Module II: Trade Unions and Industrial Disputes Origin and Importance of Trade unions.

C. Managing HR. Excel Books.David. 2001. 2000 • Soundarapandian. discussed in groups (teams) outside the class as preparatory work.the course is covered by adopting a combination of lecture methods. New Delhi. Cases are also to be analyzed. Weekend experience in companies . Serials Publications. Dynamics of Industrial Relations in India. Each student is required to do the back ground reading from the specified chapters of the prescribed book before coming to class.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------Module VI: Labour Legislation Scope and significance of social security. Jaipur. B. 2003 • Joseph. M. New delhi. Payment of Wages Act Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) act -1970 Summary & Review Questions. Response Books. Workmen’s Compensation act .1923 Maternity Benefits act – 1961. Pearsoneducation. 1997 • Raj. Palgrave Macmillan. Globalization And Labour Management Relations. 2004. New Delhi. 2005 • Venkataratnam. New Delhi. Industrial Relations & Labour Laws. 9th . New Delhi. Industrial Relations in Indian Enterprise. New Delhi. Tata Mc Graw Hill.ed. 2005 • Tiwari. K. 2005 • Diwedi. Rural labour Market. C. Richard I. • Aswathappa. Extensive research projects.C. Human resources and personnel management .Hampshire References: • Flippo. R. Interactive sessions. 2005 • Greenaway. New Delhi • Mamoria. RBSA Publishers. Case Studies. Industrial Relations. 2004 • Srivastava. Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) P1 10 C1 10 CT1 20 EE 60 Text & References: Text: • Monappa Arun 1989. Managing Human Resource: Industrial relation.New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 63 of 69 . Industrial Relation In India: Shifting Paradigms. Ratna. S. • R. Seminars. Tata Mc Graw Hill. class presentation by groups of students. 2002. 2006 • Sen. B.investment. Himalaya Publishing House. Learning Methods: Tutorials. Macmillan Publication.. self study sessions.. E. New Century.1972 ESI act – 1948. Delhi. S.Trade. legislations EPF and miscellaneous provisions act – 1952. Aparna. Dwiwedi.S. Management games. Vikas Publication House. Industrial relations In India. Mondal. Mahendra. Payment of Gratuity act . Field visits. Mechanism in perspective of Industrial Relations. Industrial Relations. Compensation Management & Knowledge Based World. new Delhi.ed.S. 2000. Galgotia Publication.. 2005 • Arora. Galgotia.migration & labour market adjust. Case studies. Industrial Relations. New Delhi. Jerome. 4th rev. Response Books. New Delhi • Handerson. Personnel Management.

importance and scope of Compensation Management. Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 64 of 69 . Module III: Pay and benefits Principles of reward strategy. developing and designing salary structures Pre requisites for salary fixation. guidelines and mechanisms adopted in this science. This course will provide the students with an integrated and practical approach to understand the basic concepts of Change in Management. Case Studies. Scope and wage concepts Principles & Machinery for wage determination Management Thinkers & critical evaluation Acts related to Compensation management Summary & Review Questions. The course discusses meaning.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Management of Change and Compensation Management Course Code: Course Objective: The main Purpose of this paper is to familiarize the participants with the various aspects of Change Management. Reaching out the Global Customer Adaptations of change in organisation Learning and preparing for the change Consulting approaches and skills Summary & Review Questions. Case Studies. Case Studies. Case Studies. MIBHR 20303 Credit Units: 04 Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this module the student will be able to: Identify the key issues of Compensation and Change management. Understand the factors of globalisation. Module V: Change Management Global Organisation. effect on compensation and related changes Impact of changing trends in evaluation of job. challenging and globally oriented. Module IV: Linking wages with performance Performance criteria & Choices Objectives & scope of linking wages with performance Types of performance based compensation schemes. incentives Monitory benefits as motivators – scope and process Social security and retirement benefits Summary & Review Questions. technologies and various approaches with reference to globalisation and also to provoke critical thinking about various principles. with a view that conducting business is exciting. Scope. compensation mechanism and changes Course Contents: Module I: Overview of Compensation Management Nature. Case Studies. Job surveys Summary & Review Questions. Importance & Objective of Compensation Management Philosophy. international perspective Designing performance based compensation schemes Summary & Review Questions. Module II: Management – Job Evaluation Nature. and importance of Job evaluation Concepts of Job Description and specification Principles and Methods of Job evaluation Internal & External equity. bonus. design and redesign of jobs Identify and analyse issues related to Job.

Case studies.. Each student is required to do the back ground reading from the specified chapters of the prescribed book before coming to class. class presentation by groups of students. New Delhi.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Learning Methods: Tutorials. 2004.the course is covered by adopting a combination of lecture methods. S C. Labour Management. Pearson Education. Ratna. Delhi. Discovery Publishing House.1996 • Handerson. 4th rev. Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) P1 10 C1 10 CT1 20 EE 60 Text & References: Text: Richard I. discussed in groups (teams) outside the class as preparatory work. Stephen. 2005 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 65 of 69 . P. Field visits. 2000. McGraw hill edition References: • Robbins. Compensation Management in and knowledge based world. Interactive sessions. Vikas Publication House. New Delhi. Prentice Hall of India • C. Organisation Behaviour. Mamoria.. Henderson.9th. 2000 • Sen. Management games. Richard I. Macmillan Publication. J M. Weekend experience in companies . Industrial relations & labour laws. Himalaya Publications • Dewan. Seminars. Personnel Management. self study sessions. Extensive research projects. Industrial relation in India : shifting paradigms. New Delhi.2006 • Srivastava. Compensation Management in a Knowledge-Based World (9th Edition). Cases are also to be analyzed.

Various data mining techniques are examined to assess their relevance in respective areas of mining information. Knowledge discovery process. Overview of components and metadata in the data warehouse. loading. importance of Metadata. Snowflake Schema Module VI : OLAP in the Data Warehouse 8 Sessions Data warehouse versus Operational systems. Major Data Mining Techniques. Course Contents: Module I: Data Warehousing in Business 6 Sessions Data Warehousing goals and objectives. Warehousing as a viable solution. Dimensional analysis Module IV: Data warehouses architecture Module V: Data warehouse design 6 Sessions 6 Sessions Data warehouse architecture model. various activities starting from design. extraction and usage of transformed data for various functional areas. Failures of past Decision support systems. OLAP implementation considerations. OLAP vs. data Mining. decision support systems. Process flow within a data warehouse. and definition of data warehousing Module II: Data Warehouse: The building blocks 4 Sessions Defining Features. Module III: Data Warehousing Planning & requirements 4 Sessions Key issues is planning data warehouse. OLAP models. data Warehouses and to provide an in-depth insight into their architectural types. Learning Methods: Lectures Exercise for Practice Presentations for better understanding of concepts Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) P1 10 C1 10 CT1 20 EE 60 66 of 69 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 . operational versus Decision support systems. From requirements to data design. Dimensional Modeling Concepts . major features and functions. Need for multidimensional analysis. components & framework.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- ELECTIVE PAPERS FOR DUAL SPECIALIZATION IN IB & IT Data Warehousing and Data Mining MIBIT 20301 Course Code: MIBIT 20301 Credit Units: 04 Course Objective: The objective of this course is to familiarize the students with the concepts of databases. Development Phases. Data Mining Applications. Data warehouses and data marts. Module VIII: Data Mining Basics & techniques 6 Sessions Data Mining definition.Star Schema.

Singh. 2004 • Advances in knowledge discovery & Data Mining. Harry S. 2004 • Data Warehousing.. Usama M. John Wiley & Sons. Fayyad. Addison Wesley.2. George M. Data Mining. Prentice Hall of India. H. 2004 References: • Developing the Data Warehouse. Mining and Visualization. Pearson Education. Marakas. John Wiley & Sons. Paulraj Ponniah. 95. Sam Anahory and Dennis Murray. & OLAP by Alex Berson and Stephen J. 2003 • Data Warehousing. H. MIT Press. 2003 • Modern data warehousing. et. C.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Text & References: Text: • Data warehousing fundamentals. Inmon. Smith. Kelly. John Wiley & sons. W. Tata McGraw-Hill. • Data Warehousing in Real world. W. 2005 • Building the Data Warehouse. al. 2005 Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 67 of 69 . Inmon.

applications and managerial implications of data communication. goals & types Communication media Network Topologies Network Models. Management games. Cases are also to be analyzed. Network Standards and Future Trends Module II: Network Architecture 8 Sessions ISO OSI Model – its description & its drawbacks Protocols in OSI Reference Model TCP/IP Model & its drawbacks Comparison between OSI and TCP/IP Module III: Networking Technologies 10 Sessions LANs – Importance. implications for management Module IV : Mobile Communication GSM . Seminars Each student is required to do the back ground reading from the specified chapters of the prescribed book before coming to class. architecture & access technologies. Components & IEEE 802.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Business Data Communications & Networking Course Code: MIBIT 20302 Credit Units: 04 Course Objective: The objective of this course is to familiarize the students with the concepts. Communications Channels. Field visits. CDMA technologies and their pros and cons Module V: Network Security and Managerial Implications 6 Sessions 6 Sessions Need for Security .3 (Ethernet).definition. Case studies. implications for management Wireless LANs WANs architecture Virtual Private Networks Internet – Concept. Interactive sessions. types of threats Emerging solutions Network Configuration and management Cost Management Implications for management Learning Methods: Tutorials. discussed in groups (teams) outside the class as preparatory work. Examination Scheme: Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 68 of 69 . Extensive research projects. Channel Capacity & bandwidth Computer networks. types. Course Contents: Module I: Introduction to Data Communications & Networks 10 Sessions Data Communications networks & its components. networking and emerging computing environments.

2004. Small Business Solutions for Networking. Business Data Communications and Networking – John Wiley & Sons. 2005.. 2005. Prentice Hall • Neibauer. 8 Edition Approach – Prentice Hall References: • Harper William. Practical Networking. Data Communications Desk Book . 2004. Prentice Hall • Roger L. Freeman. 2005. a Systems Analysis • Derfler Jr. Practical Data Communications.Amity University -------------------------------------------------------------Uttar Pradesh--------------------------------------------------------------- Components Weightage (%) Text: • FitzGerald th P1 10 C1 10 CT1 20 EE 60 Jerry & Dennis Alan. 2nd Edition Amity International Business School Session Plans: MBA (International Business) Academic Session July 2008 69 of 69 .

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