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) is to acquaint the students with the fundamental 1st Trimester
Objective: Making students understand concepts, philosophies, process and techniques of Management.
Theory Papers 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 Management Process & Organizational Behavior Quantitative Techniques Micro Economics Cost & Management Accounting Business Communication C 4 4 4 4 4 L 3 3 3 3 3 T 1 1 1 1 1 P Practicals 1.1.6 1.1.7 1.1.8 Business Communication Lab Seminar and GD Co-Curricular Activities C 4 4 2* L T P 4 4 -
Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women’s University, Jaipur Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) (H.R.M.) 2009 -2011
knowledge of business and dimension of Management. This also helps to develop decision making skills in students in the current competition scenario.
Theory Papers 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 1.2.6
Total Credits = 30
Objective: To understand the Basic concepts, philosophies, process and techniques of Accounting, Marketing & also enhance their technical Skills by information technology related course.
C 4 4 4 4 4 4 L 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 1 1 1 1 1 1 P Practicals 1.2.7 1.2.8 1.2.9 Seminar and GD Computer Fundamentals Lab Co-Curricular Activities C 4 4 2* L T P 4 4 Financial Accounting Marketing Management Business Law Computer Fundamentals Operations Research Macro Economics
Total Credits = 30
Objective: To Give the Students an insight in to field of finance and human resource management by introducing strategic Marketing that help in developing new strategies for the business and problem solving.
Theory Papers 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4 1.3.5 1.3.6 Strategic Marketing Financial Management Planning and Control of Operations Business Research Methods Human Resource Management Strategic HR Development (HR) C 4 4 4 4 4 4 L 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 1 1 1 1 1 1 P Practical Papers 1.3.7 1.3.8 1.3.9 1.3.10 Seminar & GD Co-Curricular Activities Professional Activities Internship C 4 2* 4* L 2 T P 4
Total Credits = 34
Note: C represents number of Credit per subject. L, P, T represents number of Lecture, Practical & Tutorial Hours respectively in a week per subject. Week implies seven working days. One credit of lecture or tutorial or practical is equal to 15 hours including lectures/practical, project work, seminars, exercises, field visits, group discussion and presentations. *Co-Curricular Activities and Professional Activities will be credited in grades instead of marks.
Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women’s University, Jaipur Master of Business Administration (H.R.M.) 2nd Year Motive: The aim of 2nd Year- MBA (H.R.M.) is to acquaint the students with the fundamental
knowledge of business and dimensions of different streams of Management. This also helps to develop Entrepreneurship attitude in students in the current competitive scenario. Imparting knowledge to the students to deal with the Human Resources and utilize the more advanced techniques for solving problems in the area of People Management.
Objective: Making students to understand the concepts, philosophies, process and techniques of different Streams of Management by keeping them in to specialized areas.
Theory Papers 2.4.1 2.4.2 2.4.3 2.4.4 2.4.5
C 4 4 4 4 4
L 3 3 3 3 3
T 1 1 1 1 1
Practical 2.4.6 2.4.7 2.4.8 Seminar & GD Professional Activity Co-Curricular Activities
C 2 6 2
L 2 -
T 1 -
Strategic Management Consumer Behavior Training for Results (HR) HRP & Information (HR) Talent Management(HR)
Total Credits = 30
Objective: This Trimester provides an overview of various subjects like Compensation & Benefits, Strategic Cost
Accounting & Management Control. It is designed to develop Counseling skills that will facilitate an understanding of different perspectives of People.
Theory Papers 2.5.1 2.5.2 2.5.3 2.5.4 2.5.5 2.5.6
C 4 2 4 4 4 4
L 3 2 3 3 3 3
T 1 1 1 1 1 1
Practical 2.5.7 2.5.8 2.5.9 Seminar & GD Professional Activity Co-Curricular Activities
C 2 6 2
L 2 -
T 1 -
Project System Management Women Rights and Empowerment Sales & Distribution Management Compensation & Benefits (HR) Counseling in the Workplace (HR) Industrial Relations Management (HR)
Total Credits = 32
Objective: To Give the Students an insight in to the field of finance and human resource management by providing them appropriate wisdom of these streams.
Theory Papers 2.6.1 Entrepreneurship & Small Business 2.6.2 Women Laws Management 2.6.3 Disaster Management 2.6.4 Performance Appraisal & Management (HR) 2.6.5 International HRM (HR) C 4 2 2 4 4 L 3 2 2 3 3 T 1 1 1 1 1 P Practical 2.6.6 Seminar & GD 2.6.7 Professional Activity 2.6.8 Co-Curricular Activities C 4 8 2 L 2 T 1 P -
Total Credits = 30
Note: C represents number of Credit per subject. L, P, T represents number of Lecture, Practical & Tutorial Hours respectively in a week per subject. Week implies seven working days. One credit of lecture or tutorial or practical is equal to 15 hours including lectures/practical, project work, seminars, exercises, field visits, group discussion and presentations. *Co-Curricular Activities and Professional Activities will be credited in grades instead of marks
MBA (HR) 2nd Year
2.4.1 Strategic Management
Credits-4 L-3 T-1 P- 0
Objective: The course aims at making students understand concepts, philosophies, process and
techniques of managing Strategic operations of a firm & Strategic decision making
Unit I Introduction to Strategic Management Components of Strategic Management: Vision, Mission, Objectives, Policies & Plans, External Environment, Levels of Strategy: Corporate Level, Business Level, Functional, Strategic Management Process, ResourceBased Model & Industrial - Organizational Model (8 Hrs) Unit II Analyzing the External Environment: Porter’s 5-Forces Model, PESTEL, Analyzing the Internal Environment: Resources, Capabilities & Core Competencies, Value-Chain Analysis, SWOT, Strategy Formulation Business Level Strategy: Cost Leadership, Differentiation & Focus Strategy, Formulating Long-Term Objectives: Grand Strategies (10Hrs) Unit III
Corporate Combinations Joint Ventures, Strategies Alliances, Consortia, Keiretsus & Chaebols, Strategic Analysis and Choice: Strategic Analysis at Corporate Level: BCG Matrix, GE Nine Cell Planning Grid, Strategic Analysis at Business Unit Level: SWOT, Leader Vs Runner-Up, Offensive Vs Defensive, Stability, Low-Cost, Leadership, Product Differentiation, Niche Strategy, Seeking Sustained Competitive AdvantageValue Chain & Competitive Scope, Value Chain & Generic Strategies (12Hrs) Recommended Text Books: 1. Johnson Gerry and Scholes Kevan, Exploring Corporate Strategy Forth Edition, Prentice Hall of India. 2. John A Pearce-II, Richard B, Robinson Jr. Management, Strategy Formulation and Implementation Suggested Readings: 1. Hitt. Ireland & Hoskisson, Strategic Management, Thomson Learning Strategic
2.4.2 Consumer Behavior
Credits-4 L-3 T-1 P- 0
Objective: This Paper provides an overview of Consumer Behavior Concepts, Theories,
Research and Applications. It is designed to develop knowledge and skills that will facilitate an understanding of buyer behavior, which can be integrated into the formulation of Marketing Strategies. UNIT I Introduction to Consumer Behavior: Basic concept of Consumer Behavior, Scope of Consumer Behavior, Consumer and market segments, Theories of Consumer Behavior, Limitations of Demographics in predicting consumer behavior, Lifestyle & psychographic segmentation. (10 hrs) UNIT II Consumer as an Individual: Consumer Needs and Motivation, Consumer Perception & Attitude, Customer Decision Making process. Consumer Protection Act :- Salient features and objectives of Consumer Protection Act, 1986. Different Consumer Redressal Forums, Composition and Jurisdiction of district, state and National Forums, Mode of Complaints, procedure and disposal of complaints. (10 hrs) UNIT III External Determinants of Consumer Behavior- Cultural Influence, Sub-Cultural and Cross-Cultural Influences, Reference Groups and Family Influence, Social Class, Impact of Media and Globalization, Post Purchase Consumer Behavior and Marketing Strategy , Introduction to CRM, Overview of Industrial / Organizational Buying Behavior. (10 hrs)
UNIT IV UNIT IV Case Studies, Group Discussion, Presentation and Seminars, Business games and quiz based on the topics of preceding units. (10 hrs) Suggested Text Books: . Scheffman, LG and Kanuk, L.L. (1997). Consumer Behaviour. Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.
Reference Books: 1. Consumer Behavior in Indian Perspective – Sujua R. Nair Himalaya Publishing House (Reference this book for in depth study of the subject in a practical persepctive). 2. Assel, Henry. (2005). Consumer Behaviour. Biztantra, New Delhi.
2.4.3 Training for Results
Credits-4 L-3 T-1 P- 0
Objective: The purpose of this paper is to provide an in-depth understanding of the role of training in the HR and to enable the course participants to manage the Training System and Processes. UNIT I Introduction to training: Training and Training Need Assessment, Training Design and Administration, Training Methods, Techniques and aids, Training Strategy. (10 hrs) UNIT II Training Process: An Overview; Role, Responsibility and challenges to Training Managers, Organization and management of Training Function, Training Need Assessment, Training Climate, Developing Training Modules. (10 hrs) UNIT III Evaluation of Training: Training Evaluation and ROI, Trainer for Training, Trainer as a Change Agent, Measurement tools and techniques, Feedback Mechanism. (10 hrs) UNIT IV Case Studies, Group Discussion, Presentation and Seminars, Business games and quiz based on the topics of preceding units. (10 hrs) Suggested Text Books: 1 Raymond Noe, A. (2005), Employees Training and Development”, McGraw Hill Publication Training for Development - Lynton, Rolf P and Pareek, Udai, Sage Publications
Reference Books: 1 2 3 Blanchard, P. N. & Thacker, W. J. (1998).Effective Training: Systems, Strategies and Practices. Prentice Hall, New Jersey. O’ Connor,Browner & Delaney (2003).Training for Organizations. Thompson Learning Press. Sloman,M. (2001) A Handbook for Training Strategy.Jaico Publishing House.
2.4.4 Human Resource Planning and Information
Credits-4 L-3 T-1 P- 0
Objective: This course aims at familiarizing the students with the basic tools, concepts and techniques used to assess the Human Resource requirements quantitatively and qualitatively and help the students to understand different types of Information Systems in an Organization so as to enable the use of Computer Resources efficiently for effective decision making. UNIT I Human Resource Planning and Corporate Strategies- Meaning, Scope and Process of Human Resource Planning, Sinking HR Process to strategy, HR Forecasting: Need, Process of HR Forecasting, Inventory available talent, Projecting Future Talent Supply, Forecasting Staffing Requirements, Delphi Technique, Nominal Group Technique, Regression Analysis, HR Budget and Staffing Table (10 Hrs) UNIT II HRIS: Concept, Importance, Design of HRIS: Relevance of Decision making concepts for Information Systems Design, HRIS: In Investment-Standard and Customized Software. Career Planning: Definitions, Concepts, Stage of Career Development Process, Carrier Anchors (10 hrs) UNIT III HR Management Processes and HRIS: Modules on Manpower Planning, Recruitment, Selection, Placement, Performance Appraisal Systems, Training and Development System’s Support for Planning and Control (10 hrs) UNIT IV Case Studies, Group Discussion, Presentation and Seminars, Business games and quiz based on the topics of preceding units. (10 hrs)
Suggested Text Books: 1. Kavanagh M.J., Human Resource Information System- Development & Application 2. Manpower model for organizational effectiveness. Harrecy kahalas & wayne E heinenges Reference Books: 1. Deepak Kumar Bhattachrya “Human Resource Planning” Excel Books Up Date Edition 2. Abha, Vijai, Prakash “Manpower Planning and Control” Up Date Edition
2.4.5 Talent Management
Credits-4 L-3 T-1 P- 0
Objective: This course aims at familiarizing the students with the basic tools, concepts and techniques used to assess the intellectual talent and help the students to understand different types of strategies used in an Organization to attract & retain competent talent. UNIT I Talent Management: Definition, Nature, key terms related to Talent Management, concepts, and practices, Scope, Objectives of Talent Management, Challenges, Emergence of Talent Management (10 hrs) UNIT II Strategies for Managing Talents Recognize, Attract, and Select, Retain Talent,, talent management life cycle, Talent Management or Human Capital Management, Pillars of Talent Management: Recruiting, performance Management. (10 hrs) UNIT III Learning Management & Compensation Management, Segments of Talent Management, Talent Management as a Business Problem, Impact on the Business, Developing Internal Talents. (10 hrs) UNIT IV Case Studies, Group Discussion, Presentation and Seminars, Business games and quiz based on the topics of preceding units. (10 hrs) Suggested Text Book: 1. Talent Management Systems: Best Practices in Technology Solutions for Recruitment, Retention and Workforce Planning – 2004, Allan Schweyer, Wiley Reference Book: 1.The Talent Management Handbook: Creating Organizational Excellence by Identifying, Developing, and Positioning Your Best People – 2003, Lance A. Berger, Dorothy R. Berger, McGraw-Hill
2.4.7 Professional Activities
Business Simulation Model (under the guidance of respective faculty) Simulation Business plan to be prepared by students in the different groups, concentrating on all functional area of business to make a mark in competitive edge. Presentation shall be evaluated on the basis of several criteria such as- innovativeness, competitive strategies, cost effectiveness, profitability & productivity etc. Note: Presentation shall be evaluated on the basis of several criteria such ascompetitive strategies, USP, coordination & time management
MBA Trimester V
2.5.1 Project Systems Management
Credits-4 L-3 T-1 P-0
Objective: The Course would provide a valuable insight to students in the area to understand formulation of corporate investment strategies, prepare feasibility reports and projects. UNIT I Introduction to Project Management: Definition, functions, evolution of project Management, Classification of Projects, Project Management in different environment, The Project Management System, Methodologies & System Development Cycle: System Approach, System Analysis, The phases of System Development Life Cycle. (10 hrs) UNIT II Managing Risk in Projects: Risk Concept, Risk assessment, risk priority, risk management methods, Project Control: Information Monitoring, Internal & External project Control, Control Process, Performance Analysis, Variance Limits, and issues in project control (10 hrs) UNIT III Project Management Information System: Computer based tools, Features of PMIS, using Project Management Software, MS Projects, Project Evaluation, Reporting & Termination: Project reviews & reporting, Closing the contract. (10 hrs) UNIT IV Case Studies, Group Discussion, Presentation and Seminars, Business games and quiz based on the topics of preceding units. (10 hrs) Suggested Text Books: 1. Sapru R.K., Project Management, Excel Books
Bhavesh M. Patel, Project Management: Strategic Financial Planning, Evaluation and Control Chandra Prasanna, Projects: Planning, Analysis , Selection, Implementation and Review, TMH Gopalakrishnan P. and Ramamoorthy V.E., Textbook of Project Management
Reference Books: 1. 2.
2.5.2 Women Rights and Empowerment
Credits-4 L-3 T-1 P-0
Objective: To familiarize the students with the Legal Laws and right made for the women, which may be useful in day to day life. UNIT I Rights at work place: Equal Remuneration / Minimum Wages Act / Rights under, Factories Act, Maternity Benefit Act, Mines and Plantation Act, Rules of work - in such specific areas, Sexual harassment at Work place. (5hrs) UNIT II Reproductive Health Rights:- Foeticide, Infanticide, Preconception and Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition Of Sex Selection) Act 1994, The Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act. (5hrs) UNIT III Economic Empowerment of Women: Poverty Eradication, Women and Economy, Micro Credit facility, Women and Agriculture& Industry, Social Empowerment of Women. 5Hours (5hrs) UNIT IV Project Report on a Successful Women. Current Affairs, Case study (5hrs) Suggested Readings:1. The legal rights of women by Lemuel H. Foster, Publisher Women,s Publishing Company 1913 2. Women’s Empowerment; Issue,challenges and strategies. (A Source book) by Hajira Kumar and jaimon varghese, Regency.
2.5.3 Sales & Distribution Management
Credits-4 L-3 T-1 P-0
Objective: This Paper aims at imparting skills and knowledge required to manage sales force and distribution function so as to gain a competitive edge. To develop skills critical for generating evaluating and selecting sales and distribution strategies. Unit I Concept of Sales Management Nature and Dimension of Sales Management, Role of Sales Management, Selling Process, The Sales Role in the Marketing Mix, Determining Sales Related Marketing Policies, Personal Selling Function- Sales Territory Design, Different Strategies – Sales (10 Hrs) Unit II Sales Department and Management Basic Marketing Plans for the Sales Manager, Managing Expenses and Compensation, Motivating Sales Evaluation Program, Sales Planning and Coordination- Forecasting, Budgeting, Territory Management, Sales Analysis & Evaluation, Sales Cost & Cost Analysis, Designing Sales Evaluation Program (10 Hrs) Unit III Distribution Management Evolution of Distribution Channels-channel functions, Importance and Framework of Channel Management, Distribution Channels-Form & Management, Levels of Channel-Segmentation for Channel Design and Service Output, Channel integration- vertical & horizontal marketing systems, Channel Design Process – Channel Structure, Evaluating channel performance, channel profitability, Managing Channel Conflict. Wholesaling, Retailing. Importance of Logistics, Building Blocks of Logistics, Concept and Principles of Supply Chain Management (10 Hrs) UNIT IV Case Studies, Group Discussion, Presentation and Seminars, Business games and quiz based on the topics of preceding units. (10 hrs) Text Books: 1. Still, Cundiff & Govani, Sales Management: Decision Strategies and Cases, Prentice Hall
2. Lancaster Geoff Ray & Jobber David, Selling and Sales Management, McMillian India Suggested Readings: 1. 2. Cowden Jim, The Field Sales Hand Books, Pitam Publishing Clearly Patrick J, The Negotiation Hand Book, PHI, EEE
2.5.4Compensation & Benefits
Credits-4 L-3 T-1 P- 0 Objective: This Course is designed to promote understanding of issues related to Compensation or Rewarding Human Resources in the Business Organization and to impart skills in designing, analyzing and restructuring Compensation Packages related systems, Policies and Strategies. UNIT I Conceptual View of Compensation Management, Theories of Compensation Management, Compensation Management Strategies, Factors Influencing Compensation Management, Process of Compensation Management, Job Evaluation and Compensation. (10hrs) UNIT II Stake Holders of Compensation Management, Wage Determination Model, Determinants of Compensation, Elements of Compensation, Compensation Planning: Level, Structure and System Design. Compensation Survey, Effectiveness of Compensation System. Behavioral Dimension of Compensation: Factors Influencing Effective Compensation, Motivation and Compensation, Employee Beahvior and Compensation, Organizational Justice and Consequence of Dissatisfaction (10hrs) UNIT III Concept, Principles, Factors Affecting and Agency Theory of Executive Compensation, Models of Executive Compensation, Executive Compensation System and Policy, Special Features: ESOPS; Taxation of Salary Income, Allowances, Perquisites and Retirement Benefits, PF in calculation in MS Excel, ESI in Excel sheet, Professional Tax, Payroll software, MIS Reports in Excel sheet (10hrs) UNIT IV Case Studies, Group Discussion, Presentation and Seminars, Business games and quiz based on the topics of preceding units.
(10hrs) Suggested Text Books: 1. Tapomoy Deb “Compensation Management” Excel Books 2. Milkovich & Newman “Compensation” Tata Mcgraw Hill Reference Books 1. Subhashesh Bhattacharya “Compensation Management- Concept and Current Practices” ICFAI 2. Dipak Kumar Bhattacharya “Compensation Management” Oxford Human Resource Management- Dr. P. C. Pardeshi
2.5.5 Counseling at workplace
Credits-4 L-3 T-1 P- 0
Objective: The objective of the course is to develop basic skills among students to efficiently and effectively handle a wide range of Employees Counseling and Performance Counseling. UNIT I Meaning and Concept of Counselling, Characteristics, Need and objectives of Counselling Services, Types of Counselling, Counselling Functions, Counselling Process and Applications of Counseling to Organization.
(10 hrs) UNIT II Approaches to Counselling. Skills of Counselling. Counselling Strategies, CounsellorsClient Relationship. Developing and termination of a Counselling Relationship and Follow Up. Assessing Client’s Problem. (10 hrs) UNIT III Specific Techniques of Counselling, Issues of dealing with problem subordinates in the workplace. Counselling skills in performance appraisal, Need of Counseling Cell in the Organizations.
(10 hrs) UNIT IV
Case Studies, Group Discussion, Presentation and Seminars, Business games and quiz based on the topics of preceding units. (10 hrs) Suggested Text Books: 1. McLennan, Nigel - Counseling for Managers 2. Moursund J - The Process of Counseling and Theory Reference Books: 1. Munra C A - Counseling- A Skills Approach 2. Corner L S et.el- The Professional Counselor Guide to Helping
2.5.6 Industrial Labor Relation
Credits-4 L-3 T-0 P- 0
Objective: This course is concerned primarily with the conceptual and practical dimensions of industrial relations in the Indian context. It will examine the structure and process of trade unionism, collective bargaining, participative management and related issues. UNIT I Industrial Relations : Meaning, Nature of IRM, Concept and models of Industrial Relations; Workman Compensation Act, Payment of Gratuity Act, Bonus Issue; (10 hrs) UNIT II Collective Bargaining; Industrial Democracy and Participative Management; Grievance Management; Employee State Insurance Act, Employees Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provision Act (10 hrs) UNIT III Industrial Disputes Act, Trade Union Act, Factory Act (10hrs) UNIT IV Case Studies, Group Discussion, Presentation and Seminars, Business games and quiz based on the topics of preceding units. (10 hrs) Suggested Text Books:
1. Monappa Arun, Industrial Relations, Tata Mcgraw Hill, New Delhi 2. Mullik P.L., Industrial Law Reference Books: 1. Punekar, S. P. Deodhar, S. B. Saraswathi Sankaran, Labour Welfare, Trade Unions and I. R. (5th ed. 1995), Himalaya Pub. House, Bombay. 2. Hyman, R. & Streeck, W. Technology and Industrial Relations, (1988). Basil Blackwell, Oxford. 3. Misra, S. N. Labour and Industrial Laws, (1990). Allahabad Law Agency, Allahabad.
2.5.7 Professional Activity
Credits-6 L-0 T-0 P- 0
Comparative Analysis Project to be prepared (under the guidance of respective faculty) Project title to be assigned by respective faculty member for conducting a comparative analysis among different companies and preparing a comprehensive report on the basis of – productivity, customer satisfaction, employee motivation, market share & growth, service quality, employment services, etc Note: Presentation shall be evaluated on the basis of several criteria such as- analytical strategies, conclusion, recommendation, coordination & time management
2.6.1 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Credits-4 L-3 T-1 P- 0
Objective: The Paper aims at enabling students to understand Entrepreneurial Perspective and Inculcating Entrepreneurial Skills. UNIT I Concept and Significance of Entrepreneurship, Nature and Development of Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship as the process, Role of Entrepreneurship in Economic Development, Entrepreneurship as a Career Option and Education, Prospects of Entrepreneurship (10 hrs) UNIT II Personal and Environmental Barriers in Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneur V/S Entrapreneur, Corporate V/S Entrepreneurial Culture, Entrepreneurial environment, Entrepreneurial Leadership Characteristics (10 hrs) UNIT III Definition of Small Enterprises and Their Scope in Emerging Scenario, Sources of Finance Including Venture Capital, Project Appraisal and Financial Institutions, Select Case Studied of Leading Entrepreneurs of India (10 hrs) UNIT IV
Case Studies, Group Discussion, Presentation and Seminars, Business games and quiz based on the topics of preceding units. (10 hrs) Suggested Text Books: 1. Desai, Vasant, Small Scale Industries and Entrepreneurship, Bombay, Himalaya 1995. 2. Drucker, Peter F. Innovation and Entrepreneurship, East-West Press (P) Ltd., 1992. Reference Books: 1. Staley, E. and Morsey R. Small Scale Industries in the Developing Countries, New York, McGraw Hill. 2.Malhotra I. S. and Gupta S. L. Management of Small Scale Industries, New Delhi, Galgotia. 3. Gupta, C. B. and Srinivasan, Entrepreneurial Development in India, New Delhi, Sultan Chand, 1997. 4. Taneja S and Gupta S. L., Entrepreneur Development – New Ventures Creation, Galgotia Publishing Co. 2001. 5.
2.6.2 Women Laws Management
Objective: To familiarize the students with the Legal Laws and right made for the women, which may be useful in day to day life. UNIT I Introduction/Overview: The meaning of law, various social security legislations, free legal aid to the poor, Indian Evidence Act, various modes of dispute settlement Mechanisms i.e. Lok Adalats, Family Courts, Mahila Courts, Crime Against Women Cells, NCW, NHRC, State Commissions etc. (6hrs) UNIT II Women and the Constitution:- Apart from others, stress should be laid on .Fundamental Rights, Constitutional Remedies (Writs), Electoral Law, Voting Rights for Women, Participation in Panchayats, etc. (4hrs) UNIT III Women & Family Laws & Women in Custody:- Marriage Law, Separation, Divorce, Maintenance, Adoption, Family Laws, Right to Property and Succession, Guardianship, unmarried mother And the legitimacy of her children. Arrest, grounds of arrest, kinds of offences (bailable and non-bailable), Arrest warrant, powers of police, rights of arrested persons including the Right to bail, the immediate procedure to be adopted in case of violation of Rights available etc. may be discussed with the help of case law in a more Practical manner (10hrs) UNIT IV Criminal Law of Women and Procedure in Action: Offences of dowry, rape, molestation, child rape and child abuse etc some recently decided cases may be discussed in detail.
Procedure for seeking redressal to be explained along with visits to police station, courts, Lok Adalats field studies (5hrs) Suggested Readings:The legal rights of women by Lemuel H. Foster, Publisher Women,s Publishing Company 1913 Women’s Empowermen; Issue,challenges and strategies. (A Source book) by Hajira Kumar and jaimon varghese, Regency.
2.6.3 Disaster Management
Credits-2 L-2 T-0 P- 0
Objective: At the end of the course students are expected to appreciate the significance of disaster management, various approaches, elements and tools of disaster management. They should appreciate the importance of policy in disaster management and various dimensions of a sound disaster management policy. UNIT I Disaster Management: Meaning, Approaches and Scopes, Elements of disaster management: Earthquake, Tsunami, Cyclone, Flood, Drought, Fire, Landslide, and manmade disaster. (6hrs) UNIT II Disaster Management Policy: Significance of disaster management policy, principles of disaster management policy, policy options and approaches in disaster management, Essential components of disaster management policy, Formulation and execution of disaster management policy, command and coordination in disaster management. (8hrs) UNIT III Case Study I: Disaster management policy in India. Suggested Readings: 1. “Disaster Management (2003)”- H.K. Gupta (6hrs)
2.6.4 Performance Appraisal and Management
Credits-4 L-3 T-1 P- 0 Objective: This Paper aims at orienting the Students with the concept related to Performance Appraisal and facilitating learning related to Performance Management for Employees. UNIT I Performance Appraisal: Definition, Objective and Process of Performance Appraisal, Methods of Performance Appraisal: Traditional and Modern, Process of Performance Management, Performance Appraisal V/S Performance Management, Organizational Performance Management (10hrs) UNIT II Concept of Performance Management System, Prerequisites for Designing a Effective Performance Management System, Elements and Characteristics of Performance Management System, Training for Performance Management, Execution of Performance Management System, Evaluation of Performance Management System. Potential appraisal: Meaning, Objective and Process of Potential Appraisal, Behavioral Performance Management (10 hrs) UNIT III Meaning and Types of Competency, Competency Management, Competency Analysis, Competency Mapping and Competency Development, Competency based HR Competency Models, Competency and Performance, Tools to identify the Competencies of the Employees (10hrs) UNIT IV
Case Studies, Group Discussion, Presentation and Seminars, Business games and quiz based on the topics of preceding units. (10 hrs) Suggested Text Books 1. Robert Bacal “Performance Management” McGraw-Hill; update edition 2. Dr.G.Pandu Naik & Siraj Ur Rahman “Competency Mapping, Assessment & Development” IHRD Publication 3. Kohli & Deb “Performance Management” Oxford Reference Books: 1. Robert Bacal “How to manage Performance” McGraw-Hill; update edition 2. Pedagogy of Competency Mapping By Dr. Ashish Manohar Urkude PhD, PDF Professor Alliance Business School Bangalore
2.6.5 International HRM
Credits-4 L-3 T-1 P- 0 ObjectivesTo understand the concept of Human Resource Management from International perspective, to understand the variables that moderate differences between domestic and International HRM Unit I International HRM-Conceptual Framework of IHRM, Difference Between Domestic and IHRM, IHR Policies, Organizational Process in International HRM, Role of Global HR Manager, Contingency Approach to IHRM, Functional Aspect of IHRM -Procurement in International Context, Development in International Context, Performance Management and Compensation in International Context, Industrial Relation in International Context (10hrs) Unit II Cultural Diversity and IHRM Role of Culture in IHRM, Understanding Cultural Diversity in Global Business- Difference and Danger: Culture Profile of Nations and Limitation, Understanding Structure of Culture: Concept of Culture Targets Culture as Communication in Word, Material Items and Behavior, Diversity Stress as Morality Stress (10hrs) Unit III IHRM and Organization:- Cross Cultural Organization- The Multi Cultural model, Strategic Organization- The Supper National Model, Competent Organization- The American Model, Motivating Organization- The Japanese Model, Flexible OrganizationThe European Model, An Integrated Model of IHRM, International Joint Venture, Women Expatriate, Hiring Inpatriate and Expatriate Managers: Choice and Dilemmas for MNCs. (10hrs) UNIT IV
Case Studies, Group Discussion, Presentation and Seminars, Business games and quiz based on the topics of preceding units. (10 hrs) Suggested Text Books: 1. Dr. Nilanjan Sengupta, Dr. Mousumi S Bhattachrya “International Human Resource Management” Excel Books 2. Terence Jackson “International Human Resource Management- A Cross Cultural Approach
Reference Books: 1. Maryann H. Albrecht “International Human Resource Management- Diversity in the Work Place” 2. Anne Wil Harzing, J. Van Ruysseveldt “International Human Resource Management” 3. Dowling Peter J., Welch Denile E., Schuler Randall S “International Human Resource Management Managing People in a Multinational Context” EB
Placement Contribution Students to be divided in groups of 4 members each shall be responsible for placement activities to be organized with the coordination of CUI. Name of groups would be as follow1. Data Generator 2. Cold calling 3. Placement Brochure 4. Placement CD & Presentation 5. Administrative 6. Company visit
Note: Respective Coordinator will be responsible for smooth functioning & fruitful results
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