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BBA Semester-II (2010-2013)


Course Code: BBAMT 10201

Course Objective:
The objective oI this course is to Iamiliarize the students with various statistical tools which can help them in
analysis and interpretation oI business data. This course will provide students with hands-on experience to promote
the use oI statistical thinking and techniques to apply them to make educated decisions whenever there is variation
in business data. ThereIore, it is a course in statistical thinking via a data-oriented approach.

Course Contents:

Module I: Introduction To Statistics
DeIinitions, Functions oI Statistics, Statistics and Computers, Limitation oI Statistics, Application oI Statistics.

Module II: Data Collection And Analysis
Methods oI Data Collection, Primary And Secondary Data, Measures oI Dispersion-Range, Quartile Deviation,
Mean Deviation, Standard Deviation, CoeIIicient oI Variation.(Absolute & Relative Measure oI Dispersion),
Skewness-Karl-Pearson`s CoeIIicient oI Skewness, Bowley`s CoeIIicient oI Skewness, Kurtosis.

Module III: Correlation Analysis And Regression Analysis
Introduction-Importance oI Correlation, Types oI Correlation, Scatter Diagram Method, Karl Pearson`s coeIIicient
oI Correlation (Grouped and Ungrouped). Spearman`s CoeIIicient oI Rank Correlation, Rank Correlation Ior Tied
Ranks, Regression Analysis- Concepts oI Regression, DiIIerence b/w Correlation and Regression, Regression Lines.

Module IV: Time Series Analysis
Meaning and SigniIicance, Components oI Time Series, Trend Measurement, Moving Average Method, Least
Square Method (Fitting oI Straight Line Only).

Module V: Probability
Introduction, Terminology used in Probability, DeIinitions oI Probability, Mathematical, Statistical and Axiomatic
Approach to Probability, Probability Rules-Addition Rule, Multiplication Rule oI Probability, Conditional
Probability- Bayes Theorem, Problems on Bayes Theorem.

Module VI: Probability Distribution
Discrete Probability Distributions-Binomial Probability Distribution, Poisson Probability Distribution, Properties,
Applications, Continuous Probability Distributions-Normal Probability distribution, Properties oI the Normal Curve,
Applications, Relation b/w distributions.

Text & References:

O Dr. Aditham B Rao, Quantitative Techniques in Business, Second Edition, Jaico Publications

O Gupta S P, Statistical Methods, S. Chand & Co.
O Kapoor & Sancheti, Business Statistics, Sultan Chand & Sons
O Khanna K K, ProI. Jagjit Singh & Dr. Chandan J S, Business Statistics, Second edition, Vikas publishing House
O Anderson Sweeney Williams, Statistics Ior Business and Economics, Eighth edition, Thomson
O Kothari C R, Quantitative Techniques, Third edition, Vikas Publishing House
O Aggarwal B M, Business Statistics, S. Chand & Co.
O Hooda R P, 2002, Introduction to Statistics, Macmillan
O Rubin & Levin, Statistics Ior Management, Seventh edition, Pearson, Prentice Hall oI India.
BBA Semester-II (2010-2013)

Course Code: BBAEN 10201

Course Objective:
This course deals with principles oI macroeconomics. The coverage includes determination oI and linkages between
major macro economic variables, the level oI output and prices, inIlation, unemployment, GDP growth, interest rates
and exchange rates.

Course Contents:

Module I: Introduction
National Income Concepts and aggregates.

Module II: Keynesian theory of income determination
Historical background, Say`s law, Keynesian theory oI income determination, Money & Prices; Wage - cut and
employment. Multiplier analysis - Static, Dynamic.

Module III: Theories of Consumption and Investment
Consumption and investment, The absolute income hypothesis, Relative income Hypothesis, Permanent income
hypothesis, LiIe Cycle hypothesis. Concept oI marginal eIIiciency oI capital and marginal eIIiciency oI investment.

Module IV: Introduction to Money and Interest
Money: Types, Functions, Keynes Liquidity preIerence theory, Liquidity Trap, IS / LM model. The anatomy oI
unemployment and inIlation, The Phillips curve.

Module V: Balance of payment and Exchange Rate
Balance oI payments, Types oI disequilibrium in Balance oI payments, Causes, Methods oI correcting
disequilibrium, Exchange rate: Types and Theories.

Module VI: Monetary and Fiscal Policy
Monetary policy: objective and instruments, Fiscal policy: objectives and instruments.

Examination Scheme:

P-1 C-1 CT-1 EE-1
Weightage () 0 0 20 60

Text & References:

O Ahuja H.L. Macro Economics, S.Chand &Co, New Delhi

O Dewett, K. K, Modern Economic Theory: S.Chand &Co, New Delhi
O Shapiro Edward, Macro Economic Analysi, Tata Mc. Graw Hill.
O Seth M.L.Macro Economics, Agarwal Publications, Agra.
O R. Dornbusch & S. Fisher, Macroeconomics, Tata Mc. Graw Hill.
O Mankiw, Principles oI Macro Economics, Thomson Publication.
O Sundharam. K.P.M, Money, Banking and International Trade, S.Chand &Co, New Delhi.