PROPOSED COURSE STRUCTURE FOR SEMESTER PROGRAMME - MBA COURSE STRUCTURE (PROPOSED) Semester System Total Number of Units

Core Courses Specialization Courses Specialization Courses Sectoral Specialization Project SEMESTER – I (Total: 7 Units)
SUBJECT CODE MBA 1001 MBA 1002 MBA 1003 MBA 1004 MBA 1005 MBA 1006 MBA 1007 NAME OF SUBJECT Management Principles & Practices Financial Management and Accounting Organizational Behavior Marketing Management Quantitative Techniques for Management E-Business Management of Manufacturing Systems Credits one one one one one one one

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28 17 Units (Theory) 06 Units (Theory) from one group 02 Units (Theory) from another group 02 Units (Theory) 01 Unit (Sessional)

SEMESTER – II (Total: 7 Units)
SUBJECT CODE MBA 2001 MBA 2002 MBA 2003 MBA 2004 MBA 2005 MBA 2006 MBA 2007 MBA 2008 NAME OF SUBJECT Business Communication Human Resource Management Business Research Managerial Economics IT for Managers Operations Research Strategic Management Foreign Language (French) Credits one one one one half one one half

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SEMESTER –III (Total: 7 Units) FUNCTIONAL SPECIALIZATIONS Finance Management Area (MBA 3001 to MBA 3008) SUBJECT CODE NAME OF SUBJECT MBA 3001 MBA 3002 MBA 3003 MBA 3004 MBA 3005 MBA 3006 MBA 3007 MBA 3008 Marketing Management Area (MBA 3009 to MBA 3017) MBA 3009 MBA 3010 MBA 3011 MBA 3012 MBA 3013 MBA 3014 MBA 3015 MBA 3016 MBA 3017 Human Resource Management Area (MBA 3018 to MBA 3025) MBA 3018 MBA 3019 MBA 3020 2 Management of Financial Services Investment and Portfolio Management Corporate Finance International Finance Corporate Taxation Management of Financial Derivatives Corporate Accounting Cost and Management Accounting Consumer Behavior Marketing Research International Marketing Industrial Marketing Advertizing and Integrated Marketing Communication Retail Management Services Marketing Sales and Distribution Management Brand Management Human Resource Planning Industrial Relations & Labor Laws Recruitment, Selection and Training

MBA 3021 MBA 3022** MBA 3023 MBA 3024 MBA 3025 System Management Area (MBA 3026 to MBA 3033) MBA 3026 MBA 3027 MBA 3028 MBA 3029 MBA 3030 MBA 3031 MBA 3032 MBA 3033 ** Syllabus under preparation SECTORAL SPECIALIZATIONS Health Care Management (MBA 3034 and MBA 3035) Operations and Manufacturing Management (MBA 3036 and MBA 3037) Insurance and Bank Management (MBA 3038 and MBA 3039) Hospitality Management (MBA 3040 and MBA 3041)
SUBJECT CODE MBA 3034 MBA 3035 MBA 3036

Organizational Change and Development Organizational Theory and Design** Compensation and Rewards Performance Management Systems Individual and Group Behavior R.D.B.M.S. Business Data Communication Enterprise Resource Planning Programming Technology – I (C++) Programming Technology –II (Java Application) Software Engineering Multimedia and Web Designing System Analysis and Design

NAME OF SUBJECT Management of Medical and Health Services Hospital Planning Technology Management

MBA 3037 MBA 3038 MBA 3039 MBA 3040 MBA 3041

Supply Chain Management Bank Management Insurance Management Hotel Management Tourism Management

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Agro –Business Management (MBA 3042 and MBA 3043) Safety Management (MBA 3044 and MBA 3045)

MBA 3042 MBA 3043 MBA 3044 MBA 3045

Agro and Cooperative Management Rural Marketing Safety Organization and Management Accidents Prevention and Safety Acts

Functional Specialization: In Semester-III (Total: 7 units) and Semester IV (Total: 7 Units), students will be offered 6 units from any of the specializations (as above) and 2 units from any other specialization courses (as above). Students will opt for specialization in any two functional areas. They will study 8 courses in any 2 areas of specialization. Six electives from either of the following groups of specialization courses and two electives from either of the remaining groups for another specialization course. Sectoral Specialization: In addition to functional specialization, students will have to take 2 units from any of the sectoral specializations mentioned above In Semester IV, apart from functional /sectoral courses, there will be 3 units of core papers and 1 unit of project 0 SEMESTER –IV (Total: 7 Units)
SUBJECT CODE MBA 4001 MBA 4002 MBA 4003 MBA 4004 NAME OF SUBJECT Management Information System Business Ethics Business Environment and Law Project (Field Assignment)

The internal assessment for Sectoral Paper (40 marks) will comprise of 20 marks for quiz and 20 marks for project in the particular area of sectoral specialization. It has been proposed that evaluation of the Project (MB 764) in Semester IV (100 Marks) will comprise of 50 marks for the summer project and 50 marks for the functional project.

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Module 4: Corporate Budgets : introduction . Activity Based Budgeting. Corporate bond types. Project Financing : estimation of project cost. Financial management & policy – Vanhorne James C –TMH Publication 3. bond rating &YTM. Angel Finance. Bond Covenants : Assets. influence of covenants over bond‟s valuation . Principal of Corporate Finance – Brealy . Time Value of Money. Module 3: Shareholder‟s Value Analysis: Capital Expenditure decision & capital budgeting techniques . Zero Based Budget ( ZBB). budgetary control. managerial incentives & corporate investing decisions . optimum capital structure . Myes. Reference Books: 1. discounted cash flows . Module 5: Fundamental of Corporate capital valuation : Corporate Bond – intrinsic value of stand alone bond .MBA 3003 – CORPORATE FINANCE Module 1: Overview of Corporate Finance: Patterns of corporate finance (Corporate Market Benchmarking ) . Performance Based budgeting . Module 7: Corporate Governance & Corporate Value : Type of corporate governance. Realized ( horizon yield ) . Micro Financing . debt . Module 2: Financing the entrepreneurial firm: Venture Capital. westerfield & Jordan – TMH Publication 2. managerial incentive planning . Financing. management control . managerial control & capital structure choices. Fundamental of Corporate Finance : Stephen A Ross. financial projections & forecasting . Economic Value Added (EVA). Common Stock . Module 6: Corporate investing policies & value creation: Profitability Index (PI). valuation of corporate bond . Theorems of bond pricing . value of perfect & imperfect information. empirical research on the effects of corporate governance over the market value of the corporation. Bond‟s yields : promised YTM . Allen & Mohanty – TMH Publication 5 . Financial market & intermediation . capital disinvestments. Strategic Financial Management . promised Yield to Call. Agency Theory . Dividend Covenants . preparation of functional & master budget . Strategic Alliance (harvesting via IPO & harvesting via acquisition) .

Labour & Overhead) Module 7: Recent trend in management & Cost accounting: Trends related to changing business environment with reference to case study. cost reduction. Marginal costing. cost behavior for decision making. Foster & Datar – Pearson Education Asia 2. life cycle costing. Module 6: Cost effectiveness: cost control. lean accounting.K Jain –TMH Publication 6 .MBA 3008 – COST & MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING Module 1: Nature & scope of cost Management: Meaning. Reference Books: 1. Activity Based Costing. cost organisation and its relationship with other department. Cost Accounting – M N Arora –Vikas Publication 3. Module 2: Behavior of cost: Fixed & variable cost. cost audit. Traditional Vs innovative management accounting practices. development throughput accounting. classification. element of cost. need for detailed costing. Direct & indirect costs.balanced score card. Overhead distribution. segment performance. BEP analysis & CVP analysis. EVA. type of overhead rates. transfer pricing. Re apportionment of services department cost (secondary distribution). Cost Accounting – Charles T Horngren. Module 4: Management control system: Management accounting system. costing system & method. Standard Costing & Variance Analysis (Material. Principles & Bases of apportionment. difference between cost & management accounting. responsibility costing. cost center. allocation & apportionment overhead (primary distribution). objective. Management Accounting – MY Khan & P. absorption at overhead. Module 5: Mgmt information & reporting system: Enterprise performance measurement systems . difference between marginal costing & absorption costing Module 3: Overhead cost: Meaning & classification of overhead costs. cost unit.

Introduction to E-buyer behaviour: trends in e-buyer behaviour. deltabitta Consumer behaviour:Engel & Blackwell Consumer behaviour:Coney Consumer behaviour: William willamson 7 1. Nicosia models of consumer decision making. Product and service positioning. Manufacturer‟s image. work. sub-culture. legal consideration. Goals and their interdependence. The consumer research process. organisation and interpretation. Effective targeting and segmentation strategies. Module 3: Consumer Perception: Absolute and differential threshold. celebrity and family.Socio cultural influences on consumer behaviour: culture. Motivational research. Miniard model. relationship marketing. Freudian. 3. innovation. Role of personality in understanding consumer diversity. Perceived price. life cycle. reference groups. sub culture and cross cultural factors on consumer behaviour. Module 7: Consumer and society: consumerism. innovator profiles. social responsibility and ethics in marketing. personality. Personal and psychological influences: Age. perceptual selection. decision process. societal marketing concept. consumer protection. vals. Marketing concept. motivation.MARKETING MANAGEMENT AREA MBA 3009 CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR Module 1: Consumer Behavior: Scope. Market segmentation: Importance and use. 4. Diffusion of innovations: process of diffusion and adoption.life style. self image and vanity consumer behaviour. Bases of segmentation. Influence of reference groups: Friendship. Module 6: Consumer decision making models: Howard sheth model. consumer right and consumer education.Engel Blackwell.learning. 6. Product personality and brand personification. family roles Module 2: Consumer Motivation: Needs. 2. quantitative and qualitative research. attitude. the e-buyer vis-a vis the brick and mortar buyer. .Freudian and trait theories. Dynamic nature of motivation. culture. Module 5: Personality and consumer behaviour: Nature of personality. 5. Reference text Books: Consumer behaviour and marketing strategy 7th ed: Paul peter Consumer behaviour: Schifman & Kanuk Consumer behaviour: Loudon. Rational vs emotional motives. social class. importance and interdisciplinary nature. Module 4: Attitude formation and Change: What is attitude and its formation. Cognitive dissonance theory and attribution theory. quality and risk. self concept. Impact of social class. Consumer gifting behaviour. non.

Disguised Structured methods.Application of Correlation and Regression Analysis. and Marketing Information System. Thurstone and Likert Scales and Semantic Differential Scales. Module 7: Report Writing –The contents and characteristics of a good report. Measurement Variation and Interactive Effect. Module 3: Sampling: Census and Sampling. Ratio Scales.Experimental Research. Projective Techniques.in India. characteristics and functions of Marketing Research. Uncontrollable Variables: History. Nominal. Secondary Data Sources for M. Module 5: Processing Raw Data: Editing. Depth Interview and Focus Group Interview. Data Collection: Survey Vs Observation method Various Interviewing Methods. Consumer behaviour in Marketing: John Howard. The population. The Marketing Research Process. Sampling Techniques.application of Factor Analysis. application of “z”& “t” tests. Ordinal.R. M.Primary Data and Secondary Data. Maturation.Statistical Estimation. Module 4: Attitude Measurement: Types of scales.A MBA 3010 MARKETING RESEARCH Module 1: Conceptual framework: Content. Sample Size Determination. Sample frame.R. Disguised and Unstructured Methods. Reference Text Books 1 Green & Tull: Research For Marketing Decisions 2 Boyd & Westfall: Marketing Research 3 G C Beri: Marketing Research 4 T Kinnear & J Taylor: Marketing Research 8 . the M.R. Sampling Units and elements. Chi-square Analysis. Interval. Process of Designing a Questionnaire.An Overview Module 2: Research Designs: Exploratory Research. and Tabulation Data Analysis: . Analysis of Variance . Types of Data: . Test of Hypothesis. Module 6: Measures of Associations. Industry. Coding. Testing Effect. Sampling Error. Cluster Analysis and Conjoint Analysis. use of percentages and Measures of Central tendency.Explaining Interdependencies. Type I and Type II Errors. Types of Questionnaire.7. Descriptive Research.

and government-affiliated middlemen). Sak and Shaw-International Marketing-Analysis and strategy 2. Balance of payments Module 3: Protectionism.5 6 David Aaker: Marketing Research B N Sethna & Leonard Greanveld: Research Methods in Marketing Management MBA 3011 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING Module 1: Nature and scope of International Marketing. Special problem of international marketing vs domestic marketing.B. Cultural environment. S. Reference Text Books: 1. Different Methods and Mechanism used to Protect Business Interests. Overseas Distribution system. foreign country middlemen. Selection of Agents. R.Terpstra . Alternative market entry strategies Module 6: Global Market & product development.Bhattacharya: Export Marketing. Alternative Middleman choices. Product adaptation & product standardization in different nations. Module 5: Market Segmentation and the methods used for selection of International Markets. Political environment. etc. Onkvsit. Pricing policy & objectives Dumping.Strategies for Success 4. Global advertising & world brands International Pricing Strategy. Legal environment. Developing Global Marketing Strategy. Business Practices and ethics. (Home country middlemen. International Marketing Research: Reliability of secondary data. Module 4. International Marketing 9 . multiple cultures. Keegan – Global Marketing Management 3. Locating. selecting & motivating channel members.Sarthy & V. Module 7: International Promotion Strategy. difficulties In gathering primary data. Leasing and legal implications related with it. Module 2: International marketing environment.

Nature and Objectives. Process of IMR. Sheth‟s Model of Industrial Buyer Behavior. Customer Loyalty. Promotion and Distribution. Industrial Buying Process. Elements of Marketing Mix in Services Marketing. Differences between Industrial Marketing and Consumer Marketing. Tracking and Tackling Competition. The Strategic Planning Process. Industrial Marketing by Hill. Scanning. Module – 3 Industrial Buying and Buyer Behavior – Concept of Buying Centre and Selling Centre. Buying Situations. Industrial Marketing Management by Hutt and Speh 2. Module – 4 Industrial Market Segmentation – Macro and Micro Segmentation Approaches. Price. Industrial Marketing Research (IMR) – Scope.MBA 3012 INDUSTRIAL MARKETING Module – 1 Introduction to Industrial Marketing. New Delhi) Reference Books 1. Customer Satisfaction Management and Measurement. Industrial Market Demand Analysis – Characteristics Peculiar to Demand of Industrial Products. Module – 2 Relationship Marketing. Jagdish N. Module – 7 Marketing Strategies in Industrial Markets regarding Product. Cardozo & Richard‟s Model. Buy – Grid Model. Industrial Marketing – Analysis Planning & Control by Reederd Brierty (Prentice Hall of India. Alexander and Cross 10 . Module – 6 Marketing of Services – Concepts. New Delhi) 2. Classification of Industrial Customers and Industrial Products. Unique Features of Services. Industrial Marketing Environment. Implementation Problems in Industrial Marketing. Module – 5 Strategic Market Planning. Marketing Management – Philip Kotler (Pearson Education. Wind. Text Books 1.

3. Module 7: Other Tools of Promotion: Public Relations. and Media. Module 6: Testing Advtg Effectiveness: Communication and sales Effectiveness. New Delhi) Industrial Marketing Management by M. The advertising world. Evaluation of Media. Creative approaches. Raymond Corey-PHI MBA 3013 ADVERTISING COMMUNICATIONS AND INTEGRATED MARKETING Module 1 : Introduction to Advertising: Concept of Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communication. Myers and Batra Advertising and IMC – Tom Duncan 11 . Classification of advertising. Agency Compensation. Budget Module 3: The Advertising Agency : Agency structure. Defining the target audience. Appeal of the message. Flow of work in an Agency. New Delhi) Industrial Marketing-Cases & concepts by E. Comparative Advertising. Advertising Regulation. Client Agency relationship Module 4: Media Strategy: Types of media. Advertising agencies. Advertisers. Media Objective. Role of ASCI and other regulatory bodies.Aaker David.Economic Social and Ethical issues in Advertising. The Big Idea. Elements of the message Copy. Industrial Marketing by K. 4. Merchandising. Media Measurement in India. DAGMAR. Media Buying Module 5: Creative Strategy: Positioning strategy. Response Hierarchy models. Apportioning the advertising. 5. Sales Promotion. Event Marketing. Media characteristics. Reference Text Books 1 2 Advertising Management . Havaldar (McGraw-Hill Companies. Mood and appeal of the message.K. Media selection and scheduling. Direct marketing. Module 2: Planning and executing an advertising campaign: Setting the advertising objective. Creative style. Govindarajan (Vikas Publishing. History of advertising. Various methods of Pre & Post testing.

8th Ed First Indian Reprint) 12 . 1st Ed) 3.Vedamani( Jaico Publishing House.Store Retailing & other forms of Non. Module 5: Communication Mix & Strategies: Planning the Retail Communication Implementing Retail Advertising Retail Market Strategies. Retail Scenario-India. Motivating & Managing Store employee.) 2. Advertising Management: Borden and Marshall MBA 3014 RETAIL MANAGEMENT Module 1: Introduction: Definition.managerial & Entrepreneurial. Information Gathering & Processing in Retailing. Prospects of retailing in India. Opportunities in Retailing . Module 7: Management of Store: Store Management Responsibilities. Retail Merchandising. Evaluation of Store Employee.4 th ED. The Strategic Planning Process. Importance of Supply Chain Management in Retailing. Foreign Direct Investment in Retail in India.traditional Retailing. Barton A.Otto Kleppner.Weitz (Tata Mc Graw Hill. Module 6: Store Planning: Store Planning Design & Layout. Retail Management Michael Levy. Electronic & Non. Importance & Scope. The Retail environment. Module 4: Targeting Customers & Gathering Information: Identifying & Understanding Consumers. Importance of Information System in Retailing. Store Based Retailing. Retail ScenarioGlobal. Retail Management – A strategic Approach: Barry Berman & Joel R. Module 3: Classification: Retail Institutions by ownership. Retail Management: Gibson G. reducing Inventory Loss. Controlling Costs. Recruitment & Selection of Store Employees. Pricing in Retailing.Evans(Pearon Education Asia ia.3 4 5 6 Advertising and Sales Prom otion – Kazmi and Batra Integrated Advertising Promotion and Marketing Communications – Clow and Baack Advertising Procedures. Module 2: Retail Economics: Economic Significance of retailing. Compensation & Rewarding of Store Employees. Reference Text Book 1.

growth of service marketing in the Indian scenario. Retail Business Management: Karen R. promotion management in services marketing. insurance. positioning maps. Module 7: Misc. strategic issues in services marketing.Hecht. classification of services. its importance to the consumer and industrial markets.4.Lebowitz(Tata Mc Graw Hill. internal marketing. Module 6: Application of services marketing : marketing of banking services. Module 3: Services marketing management: services marketing organization. the services marketing environment. Customer involvement and perception. future trends. Gillespie. hotel and hospitality services. Module2: Scope and growth of services marketing : contribution of services to the national economy. Payne 13 . Module 5: Services marketing mix : pricing issues in services marketing.Ziethmal & Bitner The Essence of Services marketing . Measurement of service quality.Carl F.Joseph C. differences between services and goods. marketing research applications in the services marketing. tourism etc – their nature and scope. health care.Newton M. logistics and distribution in case of services marketing. system approach to services marketing Module 4: Positioning in services marketing: role and importance. relationship building with the service customers Reference Text Books 1 2 3 4 Services Marketing .P. communication issues in service positioning. issues in service marketing : after sales service. physical evidence and process issues.Helen Woodruffe Services Marketing Lovelock Services marketing . internal customers. The Service and Relationship imperative. marketing planning process in services. the „people element‟ in services marketing. 3rd Ed). MBA 3015 SERVICES MARKETING Module 1: Introduction to services marketing: distinctive aspects/characteristics of service marketing.

Closing the Sale. The suitability of Module 4: Channel management Decisions: Selection. Making the sales presentation. Planning the Sales call. Rail.Professional Sales Management Strategic Marketing Channel Management – Bowersox and Cooper 14 . Handling Sales objections.Designing sales compensation plans. distribution as a link between production and marketing. importance. Evaluation of sales force Reference Text Books Fundamentals of selling – Charles Futrell Marketing Channels .Jobber Andersen R . Module 6: Time and Territory Management-Designing Sales territories. Routing and Scheduling.Transportation by Road. Air and Sea. Selecting the presentation method.Sales force motivation. Module 3: Warehouse Management .prospecting.Louis W Stern and Adel L Ansary Sales Management-Still and Cundiff and Giovonni Selling and sales management . Introduction need and benefits. Designing a distribution logistics system.benefits analysis. its types. purpose. Distribution as a service function. cost. Training successful sales people. Module 2: Information systems for physical distribution. movement. Follow up. Module 5: The selling process. Compensation & managing Channel Conflicts. Sales quota. Module 7: Sales Force Management :Recruitment and selection of the sales force.MBA 3016 SALES AND DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT Module 1: The modern physical distribution system and logistics Management.

Module 2: Factors of brand success: Concept of brand equity. implementing a brand personality strategy. Module 5: Brand positioning: Definition. Module 6: Return on brand investment: Measuring return on brand investment (ROBI) Module 7: Contribution of Advertising strategy to brand building: The development of strategy. Brand audit. Factors governing brand personality. image related and unrelated brand extensions. Module 4: Brand image and brand personality: Importance definitions. risks of brand extension. Reference Text Books 1 2 3 4 Brand Management -Y L R Moorthi Brand Asset Management. perceptual mapping. line vs brand extension. Brand as a strategic asset. repositioning strategies. Module 3: Brand extension: Need for brand extension. components of brand positioning. Cost based. types of brand extension. overview of brand asset management. category related. Role of advertising. price based and customer based brand equity.Keller Brand Positioning .S.MBA 3017 BRAND MANAGEMENT Module 1: Concept of a brand: Logic of branding.Scott M Davis Strategic Brand Management . Sengupta 15 .

Ghosh. Works committee. Ajay. manpower audit.Industrial democracy and worker‟s participation in Management. & Industrial Relations Labour Laws one should know. Issues and Conventions . 3.Personnel Mgt. Manpower Planning Strategy and Techniques . Domestic Enquiry . 4. SLCs and ILO.Factories Act – 1948 Text Books: Industrial relations and Labour law-S C Srivastava T. social. 5. Grievance Procedure. Minimum Wages Act 1948 .Union and Unionism.Payment of Wages Act 1936. Job description and Job specification 6. Employee Provident Fund Act 1952 .Navi Publication Hand Book of Industrial law-Malik PL Reference Books: B. 2. Human Resource Information system Books: 1. Bhogoliwal. Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1946.Payment of Bonus Act. The manpower environment . manpower inventory. S. Industrial Disputes Act 1947. objective and scope. trend in labor-management relations Collective bargaining – nature. Forecasting of manpower 7.Technological. Trade Union Act 1926. skill inventory. The methods of Job analysis. Manpower Planning and Control . collective agreements . meaning determining factors of bargaining power. & Industrial Relations 16 . integration of manpower plans with business plans.N.Garg. significance. Concepts and significance of manpower planning. Job analysis and job evaluation: Job analysis – the concept.Edward Leek. Joint Management Councils (JMCs). Loveridge LuEMBey and Morgan Silver MBA 3019 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND LABOUR LAW Industrial Relations – definition. The significance of Job analysis.HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AREA MBA 3018 HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING 1.Personnel Mgt.Gorden and Mcbeath 3. Manpower Management . skill inputs and outflows. Equal Remuneration Act 1976. Workman Compensation Act 1923.R. Payment of Gratuity Act 1972. shop council and joint council scheme. Discipline. economic and political environments Determining manpower needs The manpower planning process. Dwivedi 2.

selection tools and methods.K.Padhy. purpose.HRM: Productivity. Significance of training. Promotion:. profits . Quality of work life. Objectives of executive development Difference between Training and Development. groups and individual jobs using OD diagnostic models.Ahuja . testing.Charles E. Evaluation of training Nature and objectives of employee development. Mayers-Industrial relations in India John T. Mamoria do --.C.Surinder Kumar & P. 17 . Need and rationale of training. Industrial Relations .Purpose. Objectives. Methods of training. promotion VS recruitment from outside. Chhabra do --. The prescriptive approach towards recruitment. Demotion. Principles of training. Dunlop.Personnel Management & --. Necessity of executive development Organization of E D P. principles and perspectives underlying OD The Roots of Organizational Development: The roots and the process of planned change Assessing & diagnosing organizational behavior: Diagnosing organizations. Understanding of the field of Organization Development (OD) and its relationship to management. the process of induction and placement. Cascio HRM .N.Importance need and policy. Benefits of training for employers and for employees. Training.Wayne F.Mirza & Sayadain MBA 3021 ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT Introduction: Defining Organizational Development. procedures and policies. Recognize and apply basic steps and activities that are part of the OD process.Employee training and development. Essential principles of executive development Books: .T. potential evaluation and performance appraisal on promotion Transfers: . process.Human Resources Management --. need and policy. criterion of promotion. Understand fundamental theories. determining training needs.Importance of Induction and placement. recruitment in multinational organizations Selection . Collecting and analyzing diagnostic information.Raymond A. Designing and organizing of a training program. Essentials of good training.NOE . Definition. Systematic approach to training.Industrial Relations Systems MBA 3020 RECRUITMENT.Importance.B. Influences of career planning. recruitment in fluctuating labor markets.K. the various stages of the recruitment. sources. SELECTION AND TRAINING Recruitment: Importance. Induction and placement: . equal opportunity and recruitment.

E. Salary structure. K.C.group Interventions.S. Mamoria Salary Administration . E. Schein. payment by results. collective bonus schemes. Schein. CA. 6. & Quinn. T.Mc Beath and Rands Personnel Management & Industrial Relations – Bhagoliwal 18 . (2000).W. Additional journal articles will be handed out in class on a weekly base. N. fair and living wages. (1994).G. Other readings include: Ashkanasy. Wilderom. ISB: 0 324 224 93-1 Required Readings Burke. CA. Books Personnel Management . Diagnosing and Changing Organizational Culture: Based on the Competing Values Framework. Principles and objectives of wage and salary administration.F.. M. (2004). To develop an understanding of how to design effective change interventions used to improve group/ unit effectiveness and enhance the personal development of individuals evaluate and institutionalize change interventions OD Skills Organization Transformation: Large scale interventions Psychodynamic Perspectives on OB & OD: Human resources considerations and cultural compatibility between the organizations Text Books: Cummings. C. Minimum.G. Wage structure and wage differential. (1999).P. W. Work Design & Career Development Interventions. Theory of wages: Individual and group incentive scheme. C. Foundations of compensation strategies. Cameron. Organization Development: A Process of Learning and Change. AddisonWesley. 5. 4. Organizational Development and Change (8th Ed. Inter.). Thousand Oaks. Worley. 3. Payment by time systems. San Francisco. Concept and Significance of wage and salary administration 2.. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company. Organizational Culture and Leadership. Handbook of Organizational Culture and Climate..M.. Jossey-Bass. salary scales and merit scales. Performance Management Interventions. Sage Publications. (2004). & Peterson.. Factors influencing wage and salary administration. H. MBA 3023 COMPENSATION AND REWARD 1. R. performance related pay and employee benefit schemes.Planning Effective Interventions: Group Level Intervention. Process Consultation: Its Role in Organization Development Addision-Wesley.B. 7. Inc. E.M. Changing trends in the determination of pay. (1998).

Job analysis and Job Evaluation viz a viz Performance Appraisal. Improving the Performance. Transformational leadership. The choice of a method. Significance of Performance Appraisal. Information sharing. norming. Appraisal communication. Performance Feedback and counseling.Chaabra MBA 3025 INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP BEHAVIOUR 1. Implementing Appraisal systems.Before. Performance Management: Definition. Cascio 2.Dwivedi Reference Book: 1. forming and performing. Modern Techniques of Performance Appraisal Performance Appraisal Interviews. Managing Human Resources – R. F. Improving Morale: Definition. Time and place. Requisites of Performance Appraisal systems. Forms of Counseling.N. Difference between Performance Appraisal and Performance. Practical considerations in counseling . 5. Measurement of Morale. Counseling Process. Leadership styles: Contingency approach to effective leadership. 2. Leadership models and styles 4. Leadership and management of team: Sources of powers and influence. Introduction to Performance Appraisal: Definition. teams and high performing organizations. Creation of autonomy. Quality circles and self managed teams. Factors in Morale Textbook: 1. Performance Appraisal interviews and supervisory. Legal and ethical perspectives in Performance Appraisal 3. Managing Human Resources. Leadership in times of change 19 . Goal setting for team: Defining roles.S. Organizational implication of Performance Appraisal 2. Launching an appraisal programme. Interpersonal communication barriers and gateways to communication 3. Human Resource Management –T. Replacing hierarchy with teams. Job Description. Involving Appraisee.Wayne. Appraisal errors 4. Major issues in Performance Appraisal : Identifying criteria for performance. Team building process: Overview of teams: definition. Leadership in decision-making process. The role of Appraisers. during and after appraisal interview activities. Responsibilities of team members.I :Counseling: Meaning and Role of Counseling. The selection and training of Appraiser. Length and number of sessions.Responsibility of Counseling. Need for keeping in confidence. stages of team development: storming. 6. Management. 7. types. Evaluating team‟s performance. Meaning. Empowerment: Definition. Model of Performance Management-Armstrong‟s model. Process of empowerment. developing interpersonal skills.MBA 3024 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 1. Objectives of Performance Appraisal. Activities. Methods of Performance Appraisal: Traditional Techniques of Performance Appraisal. Situational leadership.

decomposition of relational schema. Organizational Behavior. F. Udai. (1996). Robbins. (2002). B-Trees. Communication Effectiveness & Feedback.Advanced recovery techniques-transcatiobn rollback. Feature of DBMS. Fostering Team Creativity. Naper. Introduction of data base management System(DBMS). Groups Theory & Experience. Reference Books: 1. Pearson Education. (RDBMS) Relational data Models. W & Gershenfeld Mattik. 6. Files with variable length record. Architecture of DBMS Module2: Physical data Organization & Network Model: Model for external storage organization Storage hierarchy. Module4: Recovery System:Types of failures. Communication and Creativity: Communication Process. data model. SYSTEM MANAGEMENT AREA MBA 3026 RDBMS(Relational Database Management System) Module1: Database concepts: Overview of database system. Electronic Brain Storming. leadership development process. index files. 4. Traditional Brain Storming. Normal forms(1NF.3NF. Leadership development: ingredients of leadership development. Negative Brain Storming. Rodhey.Storage Structures. Functional Dependencies. S. 3. AITBS. (2004). Organizational Behavior. Pareek. Luthans. Delphi Technique. Nominal Group Technique. (2004). Oxford University Press. 2. Module3: Relational database Concepts: Introduction to Relational data base Management System.fuzzy checkpoint.BCNF).5. Understanding Organizational Behavior. basic database system terminology. DBTG definition Implementation of Network and programme environment.Recovery with concurrent transaction. India. P. McGraw-Hill International Edition.2NF. Features of RDBMS.savepoint 20 .

Authorization and Integrity Specification. CRM Module7: Connectivity: Concept of how HTML form data is sent to a Web Server Concept of HTML form data is stored in a table structure on the Web server. error rate.J.21 analog and digital interfaces . Error Control and Multiplexing Techniques Digital Modulation and demodulation. Database Management System . ARQ retransmission strategies. Character and packet transmission. Computer interfaces standards-RS232C. Mathews Leon.Managment Information System -Jawadekar 4. Circuit. Distributed database.Oracle 7. Bandwidth efficient digital modulation schemes – MSK. Serial and parallel transmission. Relation Database: Theory &Practical –Val Occardi References Books: 1. Oracle 8 –PL/SQL programming –Scott Urman 3.Bayross 5.0 –I. message and packet switching techniques. multidimensional database Data Warehouse. cyclic redundancy checks.hardwired and soft-wired . Module 3: 21 .Vijay Mukhi 2. Error control mechanism – parity checks.25. Applications ofdata communication systems.X. 2. Multiplexing-FDM and TDM.Oracle 9i –Scott Urman MBA 3027 BUSINESS DATA COMMUNICATION Module 1: Data Communication Fundamentals and Interfaces:Digital data communication system concepts and comparison with analog transmission: advantages and disadvantages. Mastering SQL. Embedded DML in a host programming language. Characterization of communication channels. Bandwidth.(radio and satellite). Module 2: Digital Modulation:Switching.Module5: Introduction to SQL: SQL as standard relational database language.Alex Leon.X. Text Books: 1. Transmission channel impairments. Module6: Database Technologies:Client server technology. data definition language(DDL) data Manipulation language(DML). Coding and decoding Techniques. QAM. Basic Terminology . Transaction Control Statements. QPSK.Date 4. Database Management Concepts – Korth 3. PSK and BPSK Modems. Standard packet formats – HDLC and SDLC. parity check codes. Intelligent TDM Multiplexes.Data Rate. Database Management System – C. Data marts.

gateways. MAN.S Text Book 1. IEEE 802. Network configuration. Linden VA . ERP in India. DSS.2 -LLC Standard. star.ring. Tanenbum . The Presentation layer and Application Layer. Andrew S.Computer Networks 3. and oneway hash function.Cryptography and Network Security Principle and Practice References books: 1.3-CSMA/CD Bus. cost management. High speed networks and SNMP protocols. Hubs.5 Token Passing Ring and more advanced IEEE standards for Wireless and optical LAN. modification. End user support. Module 6: Data Network Security :Security requirements & Attacks: secrecy. IEEE 802. Operations Support System.4-Token Passing Bus. availability. William Stallings . message authentication code. Uyless D. Comparison between peer to peer and client / server networking. Transport Layer and quality of service. The OSI reference Model. tree.A.Computer Networks:Protocols.Trends in ERP.OSI Reference Model:The layering concept in networking. Tata McGraw-Hill. Standards and Interface. Module 4: Data Network Structure. examples.Transaction Processing System.TCP/IP architecture and applications in Internet services-E-mail and NFSnetwork file system. Network components: Bridges. IEEE 802.YLLAB Module 7: Network management: Feasibility Plan. interception. The Session Layer. Module 2: ERP: System Perspective: Management Information System. Data Link Control layer with MAC sub-layer for media access control. and hybrid.Physical.Companying various topologies. Network cables: Twisted pair. MAN and WAN. star.M. IEEE 802. coaxial. ERP Work flow. Defining LAN. Network design plan. Network Structure of ERP System. 22 . MIS Integration. optical and free space. Module 5: IEEE 802 Standards for Computer Networks:The -IEEE project. MBA3028 ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING Module 1: Overview of ERP: Enterprise Perspective: An Overview. William Stallings . Features of ERP. ERP drivers.interruption. Public-Key Infrastructure-PKI & Digital Signatures: RSA algorithm and key management. fabrication. routers and their applications in internetworking design. and P. Encryption and Decryption Techniques: Encryption algorithm (DES).Black. I.LAN. IEEE 802. integrity. Process modeling for ERP Systems. Glover.-Grant Digital Communication 2. The Network layer.Data and Computer Communication 4. Implementation performance and fault management. secure hash functions. Local Area Network design considerations. 2. Atul Kahate – Cryptography and Network security. Network requirements.1-Higher Layer Interface. WAN:Network topology – bus. and active attacks.Message authentication & Hash functions:Message authentication.

inline functions. Module 3: 23 . ERP in Public Sector Enterprises.Module 3: Communication in ERP Systems: OLTP. ERP Vendors.Functions: Simple Functions. Module 6: ERP: Key Issues: ERP and E-Commerce. Lucie Press. Imhoff. Sales and Distribution. role of centralised/distributed databases Linkages of the enterprise customer . Destructors. G. Module 7: Next generation enterprise : Emerging trends. John Wiley & Sons. Reference arguments. Quality Management. ERP. 4. 3. C. Plant Maintenance. Objects as Function arguments. Garg. Alexis. 2. Tata McGraw Hill. S: ERP: A Managerial perspective. Implementation methodology. ERP and SCM.Shankar. Functions. A. Leon : ERP Demystified. vendor enterprise.: ERP Concepts and Practices. Ravi & Jaiswal. N. Reference Books: 1. Returning object from Functions. Key ERP Consultants in India. Gary : Enterprise Resources Planning and Beyond. Diwan. Enterprise Integration Application Tools for ERP. Passing argument to Function Returning values. information mapping. Excel Books MBA 3029 PROGRAMMING TECHNOLOGY-1 (C++) Module 1: C++ Programming Basics: Basic Program construction. Jonathan : Building the Customer Centric Enterprise.K. Resource Management. storage classes. Module 2: Object and Classes: class and objects. ERP Implementation Life Cycle. S. operators in C++ . Static class data.enterprise. and Venket. 3. Pre and Post Implementation Issues. Loftis Lisa & Geiger. Human Resource.between ERP & BPR. Text Books: 1. Production. Sunil : Enterprise Resource Planning: A Manager‟s Guide. PHI Publications.K. Krishna. Finance. ERP and CRM.: Enterprise Resource Planning. ERP Culture. ERP Selection Issues.Project Management & Monitoring. Parag & Sharma. USA. Future Directions in ERP. Sadagopan. overloaded. Module 5: Business Process Reengineering: Relationship. Module 4: ERP: Resource Management Perspective: Business Modules in ERP Packages. 2. (On Line Transaction Processing). Galgotia Publications. St. Tata McGraw Hill. Constructors. V. OLAP (On Line Analytical Processing). link with in the enterprise and links with environment Client/server architecture. Materials Management. Langenalter.

pointer to object. class Hierarchies. Extending library classes. Objects and classes in Ramblecs. overriding member functions. Pure virtual function. Statements. Module 6: Virtual Functions: Virtual Function. and Larry Nyhoff.Operator Overloading: Overloading unary and binary operators. containership. Library classes and packages. Balagurusamy 3.boolean return values .conditionals.Object Oriented Programming with C++ .Yashwant kanetkar References book 1. “Fundamentals of Programming: An Introduction to Computer Programming Using C++” 2. Friend functions. this pointer. Data conversion Module 4: Inheritance: Derive class and base class. logic errors. A first look at fields. constructors. Jofel Adams. Reserved words and programmerdefined names.B. The import statement.abstract methods and interfaces introduced . Classes and source files. Text Books 1. 24 .Let us C++ .methods. Comments. Module 7: Files and organisation: Introduction – files and streams. Multiple inheritance. classes and inheritance . Sanford Leestma. pointers to pointer. indentation. Static functions. Module 2: A first look at objects and events :Classes and objects. Ambiguity in multiple inheritance.E. Module 3: Java syntax and style:Syntax and style in a programming language.working with threads and distributed computing . braces. Syntax errors.Object Oriented Programming in Turbo C++ . run-time errors. Assignment and copy initialization. blocks.software engineering basics . Richard Halterman.object-oriented programming . compiling and running . Levels of inheritance. “Turbo C++: An introduction to computing” Prentice-Hall. MBA 3030 Programming Technology –II(Java) Module 1: Overview of Java language: Introduction to OOPL. and methods. Module 5: Pointers: Memory management.step-wise refinement and problem decomposition . A brief introduction to events handling in Java. loops and recursion . Case study: Ramblecs Applet (a prototype for a game). Public and private inheritance. Stroustrup 4.The C++ Programming Language . 2.Robert Lafore.Java program format. Derive class constructors.

Configuration management. Managing expectations. The cast operator. Control and life-cycle management of correct.sound . Elements of OO Design in Craps.Applets. Ken Arnold. Cause and effects of project failure. Fields vs. Encapsulation and information hiding.Static fields and methods.Joshua Bloch :Effective Java programme Language Guide 2. --).JAR packaging Text Books: 1. Elliotte Rusty Harold :Java Network Programming 3. Literal and symbolic constants. James Gosling :The Java programming Language References Books: 1. Software Costs. Software maintenance. Case Study: Craps. The compound assignment (+ =.IDL and CORBA . client/server computing . Activities in each phase. Relational and logical operators. Fitness for use and customer quality definitions. The return statement. Software Lifecycle and application of validation and verification. and arithmetic :The concepts of a variable and a data type. true and false values. Overloaded methods. Nested if-else and if-else-if. SMTP (email) . reliable. Short-circuit evaluation. etc. Boolean expressions.. ports.) and increment and decrement operators(++. Factors influencing productivity and success.David Flanagan :Java in a Nutshell: O'Reilly 2. Planning for change. Software Quality Assurance processes. Software documentation.graphics . Module 5: The if-else statement:The if-else statement.Graphical user interfaces (GUI). the boolean data type. SQL. HTML .Security . Module 7: Network Applications:Relational databases. Russell :Java Programming for the Absolute Beginner MBA 3031 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING Module1: Software Process :Software life cycles. The primitive data types: int. AWT . Arithmetic expressions. Quality Characteristics. Definition and classifications of software Defects. World Wide Web. specifications. Constructors. Definitions of software product quality. Scope of variables. variables. Creating objects with the new operator. quality costs and economics. Module 2: Software Quality Assurance:Validation and Verification concepts. Public and private fields and methods. constructors. double and char. Module 6: Classes. Calling methods and accessing fields. Communication and collaboration. Walkthroughs and 25 .Remote method invocation (RMI) . Passing arguments to methods and constructors. The switch statement. methods.David Flanagan: java in a Nutshell:A Desktop quick reference 3. local variables. De Morgan‟s laws.networking.Servlets . Reviews.Joseph P.Java beans . Cost estimation and scheduling. Declarations of variables. JDBC . Productivity metrics. and fields :Defining methods.Module 4: Data types. Project management tools. Software process models. Risk management. maintainable and cost effective software. Engineering quality definitions. Data types in arithmetic expressions. Initialization of variables.

Simple embedded systems.g. memory organization. Logical Testing/Analysis. Interface design. serial and parallel I/O. Modelling paradigms. tables. Module 4: Real Time Systems :Definition and characteristics of real-time systems. Validation. OO Testing considerations (polymorphism and inheritance). dynamic programming. arrays. implementation. and impact analysis. bus protocols. such as divide and conquer. balancing. reviews and inspections. and authentication. Sorting.Inspections: General Concepts. Reliability and fault tolerance. B-trees. heaps. Module6: Computing Structures:Computer Architecture basics. stacks. including Boolean algebra. including database architecture. negotiation. traceability. Modularity and decomposition. memory management. Exceptions and exception handling. risk analysis. Basic concepts of design patterns. reliability. behavioural modelling. Software design quality attributes (correctness. expressing quality requirements so that they are testable. Acceptance test design. interrupts. interaction analysis. Software design principles (separation of concerns. Module level design. Algorithms related to set 26 . consistency management. Unit (Module / Package) level testing. usability. tradeoff analysis. abstraction. processes. Requirements management. Scheduling (cyclic executive. architectural structures and views. testing. maintainability. lists. Regression testing. Safety / Failure Analysis and testing. UML. Function-oriented design. performance. Components. priority ceiling protocols). File system organization and access methods (sequential. machine organization. State based testing. functional modelling. Software architecture. rate monotonic and deadline priority. Resource control. design methods. Module3: Software Design :Role of software design activity. query languages. strings. constraint modelling. Algorithm design techniques. assembly/machine language programming. process scheduling. information hiding). Hard and soft real-time systems. the greedy method. reliability. prototyping. Synchronization and communication. files and access methods. gates. protection. Quality requirements (e. Requirements documentation and specification languages. human-computer interaction). caches. Prioritization. access. and direct-memory access (DMA). indexedsequential. Subsystem / Integration testing. Database basics. linking and loading. combinational and sequential logic. Concurrency Module 5: Requirements and Specifications :Elicitation sources and techniques. Specification for design. Dynamic responses of simple physical. transactions. robustness). validating nonfunctional requirements. Module 7: Algorithms & Data Structures :Fundamental data structures and their associated algorithms. maintainability). Searching. sets. machine-level representation of data. Notations (graphical and languages). multi-key organizations. including information modelling. Real-time operating systems. Operating System basics. including concurrency. Traditional Functional Testing. Designing realtime systems (requirements. Object-oriented design. portability. Stacks and queues. trees.. domain modelling.

Waman S. Real-Time Systems: Jane W. Patterson. Braude.Control images in backgrounds and tables . 3.Insert and align items in a table . Software Engineering: An Object-Oriented Perspective. Empirical and theoretical measures of the efficiency of algorithms. Create text links . Parnas. Module 3: Getting Graphic:Insert and edit graphics .Carlo Ghezzi.Eric J. 2. Hard problems. Pearson . Software Fundamentals: Collected Papers by David L. graph algorithms: depth-first and breadth-first search. Addison-Wesley MBA 3032 MULTIMEDIA AND WEB DEVELOPMENT Module 1 : Establishing and Managing a Web Site:Examine the major components of Dreamweaver Create an online site for class projects . Plus hosting and putting your Web page on the Internet. John Wiley and Sons.Investigate image properties . shortest path. what it is. 6.Use a table layout to organize a web page.Software Engineering: Shari Lawrence Pfleeger.Set anchors and create links to anchors . the difference between HTML and XHTML. Complexity analysis. minimum spanning tree. Graphs. L. and intractable problems Text Books: 1.Fundamentals of Software Engineering: Carlo Ghezzi. John L.Insert and edit tables using templates . Parnas and D. NP-completeness. 5. Module 4 : Tables. 4.Format text with the list tools. Module 2: Basics of HTML: how to write it. Prentice-Hall .Design a page with tables .Create and upload a basic web page with Dreamweaver .Update changed links. Liu.D. Fundamentals of Software Engineering.Create an image map . Atlee.S.Create graphic links (buttons) and navigation bars .Computer Organization & Design: David A. Joanne M. 4. Mehdi Jazayeri and Dino Mandrioli. Software Engineering: Principles and Practice. Wiegers. Mehdi Jazayeri. Wiley .Investigate color tools and uses . Pearson Education (Addison Wesley). M.Align graphics and text . Weiss and D. Hennessy. Morgan Kaufman. Dino Mandrioli Pearson .Explore the relationship of Fireworks and Flash to Dreamweaver . 27 .Create e-mail links .operations. John Wiley and Sons.Check web pages for broken or missing links . Hoffman. Second Edition. M.Software Requirements:Karl E. Jawadekar: Software Engineering: Principles and Practice McGraw Hill. References books 1.Real-Time Systems and Software: Alan C.Hans Van Vliet. Shaw. 2.Create simple Flash animations. 3.

Interviewing 28 . and apply HTML Styles. Fact Finding Techniques Module 2 The systems analyst and information systems stakeholders .Create library items and add them to documents . edit. Module 7: Create a variety of original graphics and animation. Digital Video.Use effective interpersonal communications skills to enhance clarity of ommunication.. Incorporate all of the various multimedia elements to produce an interactive multimedia product. a snippet.stylesheets and web Graphics .XHTML and CSS:Elizabeth Castro MBA 3033 SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Module1 Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design . Multimedia Sound..HTML.System analyst skills Information system stakeholders and their roles Module3 Business and information systems. Matthew MacDonald :Creating Web Sites:The missing manual 2.Data sampling. Project Feasibility.System Development Life Cycle.Create.A simple guide to HTML:Brian Salter Naomi Langford 2. Jessica Burdman:Collaborative web development:strategies and best practices for web teams 5. a library item.Create. Module 6: Introduction to multimedia: Typefaces and Graphics: Desktop Publishing: Production Planning and Design. System Requirements Analysis. Jennifer Niederst Robbins and Aaron Gustafson :Learning Web Design:a beginners guide to (X)HTML. Use the Adobe Photoshop..Participate on a design team understanding and applying effective project planning and time management on both an individual and team level.Web hosting and web site development:a guide to opportunities: By Matthew Drouin. Types of information systems and their characteristics .Create pages from templates ..The process of systems development .Create and edit templates . 3. Templates and Snippets .Define and investigate a template.Understanding the structure of organizations. Text Books: 1. Kevin Potts :Web design and marketing solutions for business websites. and a style . and use snippets. References book 1.Understand the business process of the multimedia development industry.Understand the roles and responsibility of a multimedia design team.. User Interface Design & Graphics. 4.Types of information systems Module 4 Gathering user requirements and information analysis.Understanding the culture of organizations. Effectively apply the fundamentals of multimedia design including the aesthetic and technical aspects.Module 5: Libraries. enhance team performance and build effective working relationships. edit.Understanding information as a resource.

Preparing and writing system proposals.Private Health services: Background and Present status.Donald Yeates. and operational feasibility. SB Navathe :Fundamentals od database System SECTORAL SPECIALIZATIONS HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT MBA 3034 MANAGEMENT OF MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES Module 1 Historical evolution of health services in India and abroad. LL Constantine .KE Kendall. Systems implementation...Decision tables.Request for Proposal (RFP).Installing and testing purchased software.. Feasibility and cost benefit analysis.Reverse engineering. Gantt charts and PERT diagrams. E Yourdon. Economic.. Text books: 1. Health Services A summary of Perspective.. The psychological bases of Health. technical. Overview of Health Services in India. schedule. Testing. User training ..Observing stakeholders and their environment(s). Conversion planning.Working with HW/SW vendors.Prototyping. Project management.Creating questionnaires. T Sarson: Structured Systems Analysis: Tools and Techniques 3. Module 7 Systems design....Writing and testing programs.Rapid Application Development (RAD) Module 5 Data modelling. Module 3: 29 . 2. Decision trees Module 6 CRUD synchronization matrices: Data dictionaries and information system metadata. Systems enhancement. Disease and Case seeking Module 2: Government Health Services Background and Present status. R Elmasri.CP Gane. Technical support..Module Systems maintenance.tony wakefield:System Analysis and design References Books 1. Process modelling.Joint Application Development (JAD).Entity relationship diagrams.Data flow diagrams. Reengineering.Building and testing network infrastructure.techniques.Structured English. JE Kendall :Systems Analysis and Design 2.Prentice-Hall:Structured Design: Fundamentals of a Discipline of Computer Program and Systems Design. System failure recovery.Request for Comment (RFC).Building and testing databases and files.

Introduction. Laboratory. The Concept – Departmentation: the Perception – Organizing Hospitals – Organizational Structure for Hospitals and Functions of key departments. Thrust Areas in rural Healthcare Services References Text Books 1. 30 . design considerations. Disposal of waste. patient care services-patient counseling for surgical procedures. endocrinology. radiology. Stephen.Rural Healthcare Services:Management of Information – Rural Healthcare planning. hospital infection control. Segregation at source. organizing. Nursing Shortages and future Role changes. admission and discharge. J W and Paul T Introduction to health Services. neurology. Module 2: Medical Specialties: overview of the functions and sphere of each specialty oncology. gastroenterology. Module 6: Waste management. technical medical services. cardio thoracic. Role of Hospitals. Control. reception. Future Issues for Health Care Professionals. special procedures. Methods for assessment Future Considerations Module 4: Health care professionals: Employment trends in the health Care Industry. Organizing for Technology Assessment. and ophthalmology Module 3: Supportive services: general medical services. Equipments and handling waste. urology. estimates. Hospital Organization and Departmentation:Introduction – Organization . Supply of doctors. R J. In patient care. Annand. Classification of waste. Marketing. Infrastructure. general medicine\e.Medical Technology and its assessment: Innovation. psychiatry. Module 5: Epidemiology: epidemiological Data-Epidemiological Status of some important and common diseases -Epidemiology Management-managing Diseases on epidemiological background. DelmarSchultz. KK. Development and diffusion. Module 7: Rural Healthcare Management. special medical services. Grief Counseling. premises of planning. Non technical services. nephrology. Management of hospitals MBA 3035 HOSPITAL PLANNING Module 1: Hospital Planning: Introduction. hospital Management New Delhi 2. Appropriate use of technologies.

Module 6: Nursing administration -Nursing care. Hospital Planning 3. emergency. Approaches to Technology Planning and Implementation . WHO. Clinical Decision Support System. Scope of Technology Management . Telemedicine. 2. Lederer and Sethi.Evolution. tissue Bank/Organ Donation. changes in the technological environment.:Safety in hospitals. Key advantages and Objectives. Mortuary and Autopsy. Pharmacy. Module 5: Manaement of Human resources in hospitals. Hospital Industrial Engineering. Impact of Technology on Decision Making. Reference Text Books 1. Personal Digital Assistant.Hospital Ancillary services-Continuing medical educationP. Underlying Recruitment – Education and Training – Value Orientation in the Medical Profession – Human Capital Vs Productivity Acceleration – Delegation Of Responsibility – Compensation and Motivation policy – Performance Audit – documentation. Objectives.C. Module 7: Information System in Hospitals – HIS (Hospital Information System). Module – 3: Technological Environment: Levels of environment. Library. Ward management. medical records. NY. Smalley H & Freemand.Module 4: Hospital administration: Non medical services. Strategic aspects of Technology Management . J. Dimensions of HRM – Managing the Selection procedures. Voice Recognition System. Definition and characteristics of Technology. mortuary services. Pitfalls in Planning. equipment planning. staffing. significance..U Management.G. Role and Importance of Technology Management. Module – 2: Distinctive features of New Technology . Operations theatre.Implications of Technological World . major current developments in technological environment ./Fellowship/resident programs. Rein Hold 1966 OPERATIONS AND MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT MBA 3036 TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT Module – 1: Introduction: Meaning and Nature of Technology. Electronic Health Record. I. Medical seminars and symposia. Module – 4: 31 .

modes of value chain configuration . Collaborative arrangements . Managing Technology – The strategic view Lowell W. Collaboration Strategy. Logistics. Information Technology Strategy. Principles of Supply Chain. Nature of Technological Change . Information Technology Revolution. K.Technology strategy : Definition and types of Technology strategy.. Models of the Transfer Process. Registration design and Copyrights. Technology transfer . Definition. process innovation and value chain.Patents. Manufacturers. 32 . Elements of Supply Chain Strategy – Demand flow strategy. Information. Intellectual Property – Protection . . and Schools of ThoughtFunctional. Managing technology and innovation for competitive advantage . Deployment of Technology in New Products. Framework for Supply Chain Integration. Module – 7: Technology innovations . competitive consequences of technological changes. Importance of Inventory. Suppliers. Customer Service Strategy. Module– 5: Technological Change . Distributors. factors that drive the process of diffusion. Activities of the Purchasing Department. Reasons for collaboration. Concepts. Reference Text Books 1. Managing Suppliers – JIT Purchasing. Stede MBA 3037 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Module – 1: Supply chain management: Introduction. Module – 2: Supply Chain Design and Strategies: Nature of integration. Framework for Formulating Technology strategy . Module – 6: Diffusion and growth of Technologies . Drivers of supply chain.V. Integration/Process School. Components of a Supply Chain Management – Customers. Module – 3: Supply Chain Processes: Management and control of Purchasing Process. Technology Life-Cycle . Narayanan 2. Production Function and technological Change .

Participants in Transportation Decisions.K. E-Procurement. Value Chain. supervisory norms for Banks. Advantages and Disadvantages of Outsourcing. Impact of Internet. Strategy. Module – 5: Outsourcing in a Supply Chain : Outsourcing – Reasons. Module 2: Central banking system: Definition of Central Bank.Transportation. Modes of Transport. Management of Commercial Bank: Board of Director. Overcoming the Bullwhip Effect. Vendor Managed Inventory.Rangraj INSURANCE AND BANK MANAGEMENT MBA 3038 BANK MANAGEMENT Module 1: Introduction of banking: Meaning and Definition of Banking. Role of Commercial Banks. Transportation Analysis decisions. Warehousing. Features of Banking. Term Loan. Phone banking. Fund base business: Meaning and Concept of Loans and Advances. and N. E-Business – E-Commerce. Causes of Bull-whip Effect. Functions of RBI. Planning and Operation – Chopra Sunil and Pete Meindl. Third Party Logistics. Overdraft. Profitability of Commercial Banks. Performance evaluation of Commercial Banks.Agrawal 3. Multiple Outsourcing. Fourth Party Logistics Providers. Bank Net.S. ATM. Types of Loans: Cash Credit. Module – 4: Coordination in A Supply Chain : Bullwhip Effect. 4. Organisational set up of Commercial Banks in India. Reference Text Books 1. Changing Role of Information Technology in A Supply Chain : Module – 7: Internet Technologies. Management of Loans and Advances. Process. Mechanism of operation of Loan Accounts. Textbook of Logistics and Supply Chain Management –D. Module 3: Banking business: Employment of Bank Funds. Indian Financial Market and Commercial Banks. ECollaboration. Single vs. Legal aspects of Loans and 33 . Supply Chain Management in the 21st Century – B. Logistics and Supply Chain Management – Raghuram G.Sahay 2. Classification of Banks. Module – 6: Information Technology and Supply Chain Management : Value and Use of Information in Supply Chain . Concept of modern banking: Net banking. Supply Chain Management. Management & Organisation of RBI.

Activities of International Banks . Foreign Exchange & Risk Management – Macmillan MBA 3039 INSURANCE MANAGEMENT Module 1: Introduction: Definition of Insurance. Mortgage. Concept of Insurance. Income Recognition and Assets Classification (IRAC). Non-Fund base Business: Bank Guarantee. BA . Banking Law and Practice – P. Modes of creating charges on securities. Multiple deposit creation by Euro banks. Parameswaran and S. Requisites of Insurable risks.Insurance Laws: Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority Act 1999 (IRDA). Purpose and need of Insurance. Important activities of Life Insurance Cos. Introduction to Foreign Trade . Pledge. Module 5: NPA Management: Prudential Norms: Capital Adequacy.N. Types of Euro –dollar credits . Mechanism of Insurance.Srivastava –Himalaya Publication 5. Principles of Life Insurance. Nature of Insurance. Principle of Utmost Good Faith. Factoring services. primary and collateral securities. Foreign exchange and risk management . Module 4: Merchant banking: -Introduction. Management of Indian Financial Institutions – R. Role of Insurance in economic development of a country. Reference Text Books: 1. ECB ( Extermnal Commercial Borrowing).. Role of Merchant Bankers. Indian Banking – R. Financial Intermediation function. Basle Committee & Basle Concordats. Arrangement of international loans . Jeevanandam – Sultan Chand 3. NPA: Concept and Definition. EXIM Bank: Role & Functions. Bancassurance.By C. Module 3: Types of Insurance: Life and Non life Insurance: Introduction and concept.Varshney –Sultan Chand 2.Mode of creation of Charges: Meaning and Concept of Hypothecation. 34 . Letter of Credit. Organisation of international Banking: off-shore Banking: Paper & functional Module 7: Regulation of International Bank: International regulation of commercial bank. Loan Syndication . Module 6: International Banking: Growth & Development of international Bank. Remedial and Corrective measures in managing NPAs. CP & CD‟s euro –MTNs. Investment Banking. Distinguishing features of Insurance contract.M. Concept. Principle of Subrogation. internationalization. Lien and Assignment. Module 2: Principles of insurance: Contract of Insurance. Principle of Indemnity. Venture Capital Funding. Double Insurance and Reinsurance. Consumer Protection Act 1986 (COPRA). Fire Insurance: Introduction and Concept.Advances. Principle of Contribution.Natarajan –Vikas Publication 4. Principle of Insurable interest. Insurance as a Social security tool.

Motor Insurance: Meaning. Insurance as a Risk Transfer tool. Post settlement action. Limitation. Marketing research.Insurance Institute of India. Reference Text Books: 1. Front office Systems. Behavioral aspects of Insurance manager: Motivation. Long-term relationship. Categories. Types of Marine Insurance contract. Module 4: Claims: Introduction. Operational and support Service departments of a hotel Module 2: Front Office Management Various sections and their functions of Front Office. Legal advices. Types of hotels. Development of hotel industry in India. Loss minimization. Investing and Financing. Characteristics of hotels. Problems and prospects of hotel industry.HOTEL MANAGEMENT Module 1: The Hospitality Industry Meaning & definition. Salvage. Investigation and Assessment. Business target. The guest cycle. Risk manager vs. Arbitration. Levels of service. Accounting and other record keeping. Trustworthiness. Activities of hotels. Organizational chart. Contribution to Indian and global economy. Insurance manager. Mumbai. Prospect of Indian Insurance industry Module 7: Insurance and Risk Management: Definition of Risk. Records and Review. Morale. Preliminary procedures. Surveyors and Loss Assessors. Emerging markets. Role of modern Insurance manager in sunrise sector. Rate making. Settlement. Target market. Providing other services like. Hotel as an industry. Module 5: Functions and organisation of insurer: Functions of Insurer: Production (Sales). Complimentary role with other industries. Present trends in industry. Major players in the industry – India and worldwide. Communication skills. Practice of Insurance . Customer orientation. Personnel management etc.Marine Insurance: Cargo Insurance and Hull Insurance. Claim documents. Concept of Risk. HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT MBA 3040 . Classifications of hotels. Property Management System Module 3: 35 . Principles of Insurance – Insurance Institute of India. Job Specification & Job Description of front office personnel. Mumbai 2. Health Insurance: Meaning and Concept. Recoveries. and Certificate of Insurance. Legal aspects. Liability Insurance: Meaning and Concept. Engineering. Historical evolution and development. Module 6: Insurance Manager: Development of Insurance manager: Product knowledge. Persuasive skills and Analytical ability. Underwriting. Managing claims and losses. Concept of Pure Risk in Insurance.

and D. Sterling Publishing Pvt. Various sections of the Kitchen.TOURISM MANAGEMENT Module 1: Tourism Phenomenon Concept. Discotheque. Organizational framework of the department (Large/Medium/Small Hotel). 2.Restaurant. Robert Lewis & Richard Chambers. Dr. VNR. New Delhi. 7. Tourism and Hotel Management in India . Role of key personnel in housekeeping. Approach to Hotel Planning . Bardi. 9. Major hospitality distribution channels – travel agents. Kaul. The Hotel Receptionist . 6. Food and Beverage Control. Bhatia. Sterling Publishing Pvt. Bars. Job Description & Job Specifications of F & B service staff. Food Production personnel. G. S. R. Hiring. Selecting. New Delhi.K. A. Negi. consortia and reservation system. growth and development of Tourism. Types of catering establishments. Financial management in Hotel and Catering operations . Impacts of Tourism. Orientation. Roger. Factors influencing growth of Tourism. P. K. Tourism in India and abroad Module 2: Tourism Industry . Prentice-Hall of India.Sutton. Food and Beverage Service personnel. Hotel Licenses .Functions & levels of distribution channels.Food and beverage service organization. 5.. Metropolitan Book Co. Kitchen layout and functions. Job Description and Job Specification of staff in the department Module 4: The Food and Beverage Service Management Introduction to the Food & Beverage industry. global distribution system (GDS).M. Job Description and Job Specification . Types of Tourist. New Delhi. Marketing Management. Hotel Front Office Management. 8. Room service. MBA 3041 . The British Hotel and Catering Industry Medlik. Banquets. Philip Kotler.Major & Minor Components 36 . Coffee Shop. Food and Beverage Service areas in a hotel. Definition. use of Internet and other latest technologies in food production Module 6: Hotel Human Recourses Management Managing Human resources in hotel Industry: Recruitment.Doswell. tour operators.. (P) Ltd. Attitudes and attributes of a Food and Beverage service personnel Module 5: Food Production Management Organizational structure. New Delhi. Various sections and their functions of Housekeeping department. Night clubs. Internet Reference Books: 1.permission from statutory authorities. Staff Scheduling. International Tourism.S. Historical evolution. James A. Snack bar. 11. Ltd. Dynamics of Tourism. Stillroom.duties and responsibilities.Anand. Marketing Leadership in Hospitality. M. Donald F. Grill room.10.N. 4.M. J. Present scenario and future projections of HR issues in industry Module 7: Hotel Marketing Management Marketing functions in hotel industry . Van Nostrand Reinholdn New York..Housekeeping Management Role & importance of Housekeeping.Paige. 3. Ltd. Hotels for Tourism Development.

Bhatia. foreign exchange counters. Marketing Functions in Tourism. customs formalities. Gill 5) Introduction to tourism – Seth P. Importance of Travel & Tour Operations. IATA.Components of Tourism Industry. past. Transportation. TAAI. issuing authority. Accommodation. Tourism Pricing. immigration etc. Infrastructure & Hospitality Module 3: Tour Operator and Travel Agency Business Tour Operators. procedure for obtaining Passport. Organizations and Associations Tourism and Government administrative systems: Department of Tourism. PATA.N. A 11) International tourism. Other travel legislations Module 6: Foreign Exchange Countries and currencies.O. Role and functions of Indian and International Tour Operators & Travel Agencies. Francois Vellas & Lionel Bickerel. Major national and international Tour Operators & Travel Agencies. present and future – Bukhart 7) Tourism principles and policies – A.Attraction. UFTAA. Travel Agencies. Shopping. Module 5: Travel Formalities and Regulations Passports: function. Sterling 6) Tourism. Metropolitan 2) Profile of Indian tourism – Shalinin Singh 3) Tourism today – Ratandeep Singh 4) Dynamics of tourism – Pushpinder S. Sterling 8) Travel agents and tourism – Merrisen James 9) Tourism and cultural heritage of India – Acharaya Ram 10) Culture and art of India – Mukherjee. FHRAI etc. Tourism organization and associations: Role and function of W. Tourism Promotion. Tourism marketing Segmentation. Entertainment. types. History and development of Tour Operators & Travel Agencies. Jagmohan Negi. Module 7: Tourism Marketing Concepts and importance of Tourism marketing. Tourism marketing Mix.T. Importance and role of tourist Guides and Escorts Module 4: Tourism Administration. Refreshment. Wood etc. ASTA. issuing authority.K. India Tourism Development Corporation. VISAS: functions. Tourism Advertising Reference Books: 1) Hotels for tourism development – Dr. John Wiley AGRO BUSINESS MANAGEMENT MBA 3042 AGRO-COOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT 37 . procedure for obtaining VISA. procedure for obtaining foreign exchange. Macmillan Business 12) Tourism – The State of Art. edited by Seaton. type.

cooperative laws.K. concept of micro credit financing. Reference Text Books: 1. planning & organizing functions in cooperatives. Kolis 2. government measures. factors affecting marketable surplus.individual and collective bargaining. Marketing Agricultural products: R. transportation and ownership. financial management issues in cooperative management . policy making. problem of agricultural marketing. storage and warehousing.Thosan 3. need for development of cooperative marketing. procurement & distribution management in cooperatives. Module 7: Marketing management issues in cooperative . interdependence of agriculture and industry Agriculture and Rural Drought–prone programmes. Agricultural Marketing: F.L. marketing of farm products. size and the importance of rural market. Module 2: Classification of agricultural products with particular reference to seasonability and perishability. Module 3: Price quotations. Module 6: Professional management of cooperative. government policy on storage and warehousing. agricultural prices. project planning & implementation of cooperative. leadership. scope. New dimensions of cooperative management: G. evolution of agricultural price policy. chief features of regulated markets.S Kamat 4.Module1: Concept of rural marketing. Module 4: Price policies. irrigation and modern agricultural technology. object. regulated markets. green revolution. rules & by laws. Module 2: 38 . domestic trade in agricultural products. unique features of Indian rural markets. Module 5: Co operative marketing structure. regulatory measures by the government. growth and development functions of national agricultural cooperative marketing federation of India (NAFED). Marketing efficiency in agricultural products: Prabhakar Rao MBA 3043 RURAL MARKETING Module 1: Importance. utilization of land and cropping pattern. Market reports classification and grading. domestic price policies. quality control and standardization.

3 Role of Management.Agricultural problems of India 2. Advantages and Limitations of Safety Organization. national forest policy. extent of commercialization of the Indian agricultural sectors. The Qualification and Role of Safety Professionals. Rural development programmes. Safety and Productivity. fisheries. Module 4: Agriculture and rural development. Attitude towards Safety. Meaning and role of farm management with its salient features. The Function and Structure of Safety Departments and Committees. operation of food project. Farm overheads on fixed costs Capital in farm business Reference Text Book 1. C. Module .B. Destruction of forests. rural industrialization program. Mamoria.1 An Overview of Safety. Module . low productivity of forests and its causes. Module . Sadhu & Singh – Fundamentals of Agricultural Economics 3.Indian Rural Economics SAFTEY MANAGEMENT MBA 3044 SAFETY ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT Module . Module 5: Cottage and small scale industries. intensive cattle development project. Module 3: Animal husbandry.The Size. poultry development. Workers. Trade Unions and Bipartite Committee in Safety. classification of forests. Module 6: Managerial function and purpose of planning in farm activities – basic principles and concepts of farm planning.2 Safety Organization . Module 7: Production economics. S.Bhattacharya. cattle insurance. Importance of cattle.Rural credit. Safety Policy. dairying and fisheries. regional distribution of forests. fisheries development programmes. Types. Supervisors. marketable surplus and marketed surplus. cooperative credit societies and institution. Need for Safety. importance of forests in national economy. social forestry. Students relating to size of farm and productivity. forest development programmes. problems of dairy industry. dairy industry.Forest resources and forestry development.N.4 39 . Factors Impeding Safety.

Safety Survey. Module . Suggestion Schemes. Injury.3 Theories Of Accident Causation .1 Definition Of Accident. Safety Training Programmes. Safety Awareness Meetings. Hazards. Module . Checklists And Report Forms. Publicity Tools And Kits. Unsafe Condition. Public Relations.Safety Promotion And Awareness. Reportable Accidents. Module . Safety Sampling. Posters.7 Safety Planning. Module . Module .6 Safety Inspirations. Risks. Module . Franklird‟s Theory And James Tye Multiple Causation. Hapbura Theory. Periodicity. Personnel Management by C. Text Books 1.Situational and Environmental Factors. Contests And Competitions. Procedures. B. Incident Recall Technique And Job Safety Analysis. Mamoria MBA 3045 ACCIDENT PREVENTION AND SAFETY ACTS Module . Unsafe Act.5 Safety Management Techniques. Dangerous Recurrence. Industrial Safety by Blake Roland 3. Techniques of Safety Management by Dan Peterson 2. Displays And Exhibits.2 Factors Leading To Accident .Heinrich Theory. Safety Audit.4 40 . Personalized Vs Mass Safety Programmes.

Corrective Actions. Management Support Systems. Nester Roos 2. and Knowledge Management Systems. Value Chain Analysis. Expert Systems.6 The Factories Act. and Strategic Information Systems Framework . Module .5 Types And Uses Of Personal Protective Equipments. Module3.Accident Investigation. Identification Of Key Factors. Heinrich. Analysis and Classification Of Accidents. Extranet.. Systems approach to problem solving. Business Process Reengineering (BPR). Dan Peterson. Techniques of safety management by Dan Peterson 3. Text Books 1. Module .Integrating Information Systems with Business Strategy. Workman Compensation Act.W. Industrial Accident Prevention by H.7 The Indian Electricity Act. Types of Information Systems: Operations Support Systems. Module2. Mines Safety Act and Environmental Protection Act. Compilation Of Accident Statistics. Meaning and Role of Information Systems: MIS and information systems. 41 . Role of MIS : Strategic Role of Information Systems. Internet worked enterprise in MIS. Module . Safety at work by John Ridley SEMESTER-IV MBA 4001 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM Module1. Enterprise communication and collaboration .Information Systems for Strategic Management: Competitive Strategy Concepts.

Artificial intelligent technologies in business: neural network. Developing MIS systems: System Development Cycle.. McLean. fuzzy logic. sensitivity analysis. S: Management Information Systems. 4. Customer Relationship Management. genetic algorithm. Ethical principles in business: Utilitarianism. Justice and Fairness. 2. optimisation analysis. Pearson Education. John Wiley and Sons. Software Needs. Expert Support Systems. Security and Ethical challenges Text Books: 1. Mudrick R G: An information system for modern management Pearson. Business Planning Systems and Critical Success Factors. Module5. Tata McGraw-Hill. Executive Information System.Planning for Information Systems: Identification of Applications. Transaction processing. and Wetherbe. goal seek analysis. CRM. Tata McGraw Hill.Resource Requirements for Information Systems: Hardware and Capacity Planning. 2nd edition). 42 . Outsourcing as an Option. Method of Identifying Applications. E. A. Risks in Information Systems. Jawedkar W S: Management Information System (Tata McGraw-Hill. virtual reality. J. System Analysis. Tools of business support systems: what if analysis. E. Laudon and Jane Laudon : MIS: Managing the Digital Firm. 5. W. Module6. Module 2: Ingraining ethical process in life & work Relevance of ethics in the marketplace. Turban. Decision support systems: MIS support for decision making. Procurement Options – Make or Buy decisions. Data Mining and its Applications. Emerging Concepts in Information System Design and Application. Introduction to Data Warehousing. MBA 4002 BUSINESS ETHICS Module 1: Introduction to Business Ethics. Applications: Cross-functional MIS. Module 3: Social responsibility of business organizations. System Design (DFD and ER diagrams) Module7. Emerging Concepts and Issues in Information Systems: Supply Chain Management. Jawadekar. Decision support systems. 2. 3. SCM. Mahadeo Jaiswal: Management Information System (Oxford University Press) References Books: 1.: Information Technology for Management: Making Connections for Strategic Advantage. Introduction to Corporate governance. Module4. O‟Brien:Introductio n to Information Systems. ERP. James. Kenneth. ERP.

43 . the individual in the organization.Module 4: Board of Governors.Types of International Business. Determination of trading partners‟ independence . Ethics and Environment. The External Environment. Human and Cultural Environment Module 2. Chakraborty. Government influence on Trade and Investments.TMH Publication 4: Organisational behavioud – Robbins. Regional Economic Integration . World Trade Organisation and Regional Blocks. K. . The ethics of Consumer protection and environment. Module 7: The description of a highly ethical organization. Reference text Books: 1: Business Ethics: Concepts &Cases – Velasquez-TMH Publication 2: Ethics & the conduct of Business – Boatright-Pearson Publication 3: Ethics in Management – S. Multinational Corporations-Definition and Meaning.PHI Publication MBA 4003 BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AND LAW Module 1. Importance and dominance of MNCs. Module 3. Role and responsibilities. Module 6: Indian Ethics: self and consciousness ethical leadership. Module 5: Business and its internal constituencies: Employee issues. interdependence and dependence. The Economic and Political Environment. International Business : an overview.

International Business Environment F. Contract Act 1872 Module 6. Negotiable Instruments Act 1881 Module 7. Business Law: One should Know AJAY GARG 4.CHERUNILAM 2. Business Environment JUSTIN PAUL 3. Legal Aspects of Business AKHILESHWAR PATHK MBA 4004 PROJECT ( Field Assignment) 44 .Module 4. Partnership Act 1932 Reference Text Books : 1. Companies Act 1956 Module 5.

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