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Sub. Code: MBA- 401 Credits: 03
Total Marks: 100 Minimum Pass Marks: 40%
Internal Assessment: 40 Marks University Examination: 60 Marks
BLOCK ± I Unit 1: Basic TQM Concepts
Introduction; Development of the Importance of Quality Management; Quality and Public; Factors Affecting Quality; Total Quality Management: Introduction and Principles.
Unit 2: TQM Philosophies
Approach to Quality: Deming, Juran, Crosby, Kaizen, Shigeo Shingo, Ishikawa, Taguchi.
Unit 3: Concept of Quality Circles
Objective; Process of Operation of Quality Circles; Using the Concept; Fish Bone; Application in Organization .
BLOCK ± II Unit 4: Six Sigma
Introduction; Deviation and Standard Deviation; Phases and Defective Units of Six Sigma; Its Importance; Overview of Master Black and Green Belt.
Unit 5: Leadership
Definition; Characteristics of Quality Leaders; Leadership Concepts; Role of TQM Leaders.
Unit 6: Customer Satisfaction
Introduction; Customer Perception of Quality; Feedback; Service Quality; Customer Retention.
Xerox Corporation ± Using TQM as a Competitive Strategy. Quality Function Deployment. Managing of Total Quality by N. Analysis. Total Quality Management by Dale H. Quality Management Systems. Performance Measure Presentation. Bench Marking. Appraisal Cost Category. Deming Prize. Control Charts. Bicheno and M. Motorola¶s Quest for Quality. 2. Unit 8: Tools and Techniques Pareto and Process Flow Diagram. QFD ± Team. 3. Design of Experiments. MBNQA.BLOCK ± III Unit 7: Performance Measures Quality Costs. Publisher: Wiley-Dreamtech. Logothetis. Collection and Reporting. Besterfield and others. A Management Guide to Quality and Productivity by J. Basic Concepts. Unit 9: Case Studies Changing Company Culture. Check Sheets and Histograms. R Gopalan. SUGGESTED READING: 1. Publisher: Prentice Hall of India Private Limited. Motorola¶s Secret to TQC. New Delhi . Publisher: Prentice Hall Publishing House.
Divestitures. The Merger Negotiation Process. Unit 5: Procedure and Steps of Merger and Acquisition Procedural Aspects under Various Laws. Merger Management. Competitive Advantages & Core Competencies. Financial Restructuring. Other Models. Economic Aspects of Merger etc. Corporate Strategy.SYLLABUS MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (INDUSTRY INTEGRATED) SPECIALIZATION: FINANCE MANAGEMENT SEMESTER ± IV CORPORATE RESTRUCTURING Sub. Methods of Merger/ Amalgamation. Process of Funding. Valuations of Shares & Business. Corporate Failure. DCF Methods. Categories of Merger. . . Cost of Merger. Unit 3: Legal Frame work of Corporate Restructuring Provision under Various Indian Laws Enabling Restructuring. The Psychology of Business Failure.. Unit 7: Post Merger Restructuring Post Merger Re-organization. Measuring Post Merger Efficiency. Unit 2: Restructuring as a Corporate Strategy Dynamic of Restructuring. Historical Background from Indian Perspective. De-merger. Taxation Aspects. The Agile Organization. BLOCK ± II Unit 6: Financing of Merger and Acquisition Funding the Merger Process. Reason for Merger & Amalgamation. Unit 4: Merger and Acquisition Merger & Amalgamation.FM-403 Credits: 03 Total Marks: 100 Minimum Pass Marks: 40% Internal Assessment: 40 Marks University Examination: 60 Marks BLOCK ± I Unit 1: Introduction to Restructuring & Business Failure Introduction to Corporate Restructuring. Code: MBA . Financial Aspects of Merger/ Amalgamation.
Y. Jain. SUGGESTED READING: 1. Economic Aspect of Takeovers. P.Unit 8: Takeovers Takeovers. Publisher: Tata McGraw Hill. Financial Management by P. Shah. Publisher: Anmol Publication Private Limited. Implementing and Managing the Alliances. Basic Financial Management by Khan. Publisher: Tata McGraw Hill. Financial Management and Policy Text and Cases by V. M. Reverse Merger. M. Financial Management by Prasanna Chandra. Pandey. 5. Publisher: Vikas Publishing House. Financial Management by I. Publisher: Wiley India Private Limited .Bhalla. 4. Unit 9: Strategic Alliances and Reverse Merger Alliances.K. 2. 3. Bail out Takeovers.
Money Market Instruments. Unit 5: International Equity Investment Introduction. Merchandise Trade Balance. E. Interest rates in the Global Money Markets. Process and Importance of accounting conventions. and Major Market segments.SYLLABUS MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (INDUSTRY INTEGRATED) SPECIALIZATION: FINANCE MANAGEMENT SEMESTER ± IV GLOBAL FINANCIAL MARKETING Sub. Unit 3: A Frame work for Global Finance-I Financial markets. Trade Balance. International Financing Decision. . BLOCK ± II Unit 6: International Capital Markets Mechanism of International Capital Market. Components of Balance of Payments. Risk and Return from Foreign Equity Investment. Code: MBA . Objectives. Equity Financing in International Markets and its Mechanism. Measures and Significance of Global Financial Markets. Export and Import of Goods and Services. Factors affecting the components. Unit 2: Balance of Payment: Foreign Scenario Foreign Exchange Markets. Domestic and Offshore markets and their significance Unit 4: A Frame work for Global Finance-II Measures and Significance of Euro Markets.FM-405 Credits: 03 Total Marks: 100 Minimum Pass Marks: 40% Internal Assessment: 40 Marks University Examination: 60 Marks BLOCK ± I Unit 1: Balance of Payment Introduction. Basics of Accounting Conventions. Indian Scenario. Overview of Money Market Instruments.
International Business by Donald A. Investing Surplus funds. Short term borrowings and Investments. Economic and Monetary Union. Frantz. and Moffett M H. Ball. European Monetary Systems. Michael Geringer. Publisher: Prentice Hall College Division 2. McCulloch. Paul L. Minor. The Economic Environment of International Business by Raymond Vernon and Louis T Wells. Publisher: W H 4. International Business by Cznkota M R. Publisher: Irwin Professional Publishing 5. Rankainen I A.Unit 7: International Monetary Fund and European Monetary Unit Fixed Exchange Rate Systems. Centralized and Decentralized cash Management. Cash Transmission SUGGESTED READING: 1. advantages and Disadvantages. J.. Unit 9: International Cash Management Objective. Wendell H. by Donald Ball. Publisher: McGraw-Hill . Jr. Publisher: Dryden Press 3. and Michael S. Richard D Irwin and McCulloch Jr. The Challenge of Global Competition. Exchange rate Mechanism. International Business: Introduction and Essentials by Bull D A. Unit 8: Financial Management in an MNC Basics of Short term Financial Management in an MNC.
RBI acceptance of public deposits directions. BLOCK ± II Unit 4: Housing Finance Concept of housing finance. Theoretical and regulatory framework of leasing in India. Conceptual and legal framework. Unit 5: Venture Capital Financing Concept of venture capital. Regulatory framework . Unit 3: Fund based financial Services Concept of Lease financing. Concept of Hire purchase finance. Factoring and forfeiting. Origin and types. Selection of venture capitalists. Norms related to Auditors report. Types and methodology. Hire purchase. RBI act framework. Lease documentation and agreement. Latest RBI/Ministry of finance guidelines. SEBI regulations.Accounting. The financial system and its functions. and its norms. . Classification of Financial markets. National and International scenario of venture capital financing. Advantages and its limitations.SYLLABUS MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Industry Integrated) SEMESTER ± IV MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES SPECIALIZATION: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Sub.Financial evaluation.Banking Companies (RNBCs). Housing finance system. reporting and taxation. NHB. Housing finance schemes. Stages of investment financing.404 Credits: 3 Total Marks: 100 Minimum Pass Marks: 40% Internal Assessment: 40 Marks University Examination: 60 Marks BLOCK ± I Unit 1: Financial Services Introduction.FM. Corporate venturing. Regulatory Non. Code: MBA. Concept of factoring. A conceptual framework. Refinance system. Scope and classification.Powers. Various forms of credit. Development of financial system in India. Factors affecting investment decisions. Unit 2: Non Banking Financial Companies Introduction. RBI NBFCs Prudential Norms. Bills discounting concept and regulations. Equity support to housing finance system.
Insurance services in India. Bharati V. Indian Financial System by Khan MY. Pearson education. working of development finance. Mergers and Amalgamation process. Policy measures related to DFIs. Unit 9: Fee Based Financial Services Issue Management: Issue related activities and SEBI guidelines. 5. SEBI Regulations. IFCI. SEBI norms for intermediaries. IDBI. BLOCK ± III Unit 7: Mutual Funds Concept of Mutual funds. Insurance regulatory and development authority IRDA. SIDCs. Working of mutual funds with respect to UTI. Unit Trust of India. SUGGESTED READING: 1. Study of ICICI. and SFCs. IRDA act. Stock broking activity. Industrial Finance Corporation of India. Reinsurance business and its regulations. Indian Financial System by Pathak. Its development in India. Vikas Publishing house 4. Major stock exchanges in India. . . Management of Financial Services by Bhalla VK. Indian Financial System by Machiraju.Unit 6: Insurance Services Concept of Insurance. Role of intermediaries in the issue management activity. operations of private insurance companies. Regulatory framework of insurance. Financial Services by Khan MY. Anmol publishing house 2. Mutual fund schemes. Tata McGraw Hill . rural obligations. IDFCI. Process of Credit rating. general insurance. insurance advertisements and disclosure. Development in India. NABARD. Tata McGraw Hill 3. Association of mutual funds in India. Unit 8: Development Financial Institutions Introduction.licencing of insurance agents. Growth and performance of mutual funds in India. Acquisitions and takeover process. SIDBI. Benefits of Mutual funds.
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