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DURATION : The degree of M.B.A. shall be full time course and its duration shall be of Two Years. The course consists of Six Trimesters. The examination to be held in the First, Second and Third Trimester will be called Part – I (First Year) and the examination to be held in the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Trimester will be called Part – II (Second Year). If a candidate fails to clear all the theory papers and project report within Six years of his/her registration, the past performance will stand automatically nullified. If a candidate discontinues any of the terms ( i.e. Trimester – I to VI ) on any account, he/she will be allowed to complete the incompleted terms in the subsequent years subject to the condition that it is within the stipulated time duration of Six years. In addition to the above, once a student’s term (Trimester) is granted, he/she shall be allowed to appear and pass in any of the subsequent examinations held, provided the examinations are within the stipulated period of Six years. In case the term (Trimester) is not granted the student has to seek fresh admission in the next year and complete the term and pass the examination. This too within Six years of his/her registration. Course Completion with Break in Between : A student who has passed M.B.A. – I and is seeking admission to M.B.A. – II after a long gap (Provided the gap lies within the stipulated duration of Six years) should complete the course syllabus which is in existence at the time he has sought the admission for the academic year. II. ASSESSMENT: Taking into consideration the UGC and AICTE requirements, SIBER has adopted “Credit Grade Based Performance Assessment System” (CGPA). Each paper is of 100 marks and contact hours for each paper is 30. One credit is allotted to 15 contact hours. All papers are considered as Full credit papers i.e. Two credits are allotted to each paper. Practical of 50 marks are considered as half credit i.e. one credit is allotted to each practical. 1. For the paper of 100 marks. The distribution of the marks will be as follows –
i) Internal Marks i.e. Concurrent evaluation ii) External Marks i.e. End examination Breakup of Internal Marks i.e. Concurrent evaluation Class Attendance
30 Marks 70 marks 30 Marks 10 marks.
Class Assignment / Class Test / Quiz/ Any Other- 20 marks
Each student is expected to appear for a minimum TWO Class Assignments / Class Tests / Quizes. Finally average marks of Class Assignment / Class Test / Quiz will be considered. The class assignments / Class tests / Quizes assessed by the teachers be shown to the students and their signature will be obtained. 2. For the Project Work of 100 marks, the distribution of the marks will be as follows – i) ii) 3. Internal Examiner External Examiner 50 Marks 50 Marks.
The assessment of papers will be done by an Internal and External examiner. A difference of more than 20% in the marks awarded by these examiners would necessitate the valuation of the paper by Third examiner. The ‘nearest’ marks will be considered for determining the average mark of such papers.
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The examiners should submit the marks on separate sheets supplied to them. No marks should be entered directly in the inside pages of the answer book. Once the Student passes in the internal marks ( Concurrent evaluation out of 30) and the record is submitted to the examination department, it should be carried forward whenever required. Students who fail in the internal marks ( Concurrent evaluation out of 30) should reappear for the same, then only the revised marks will be considered for further calculation.
STANDARD OF PASSING: In order to pass in a paper/head, a candidate will have to obtain 50% in the internal marks (Concurrent evaluation), 40% marks in theory, and a minimum of 50% of the marks in aggregate in each paper head.
examination. Trimester Performance Index (TPI) will be as follows. II and III).A. will be eligible to proceed to the trimester IV.2. Part – I (Trimester – I to III) and Part – II (Trimester – IV to VI ) To pass the Project work / Seminar course papers a candidate must obtain a minimum of 50% of the total marks. if he/she is not having more than 4 (four) papers backlog of the First Year (that is Trimester – I.A. 4. 3 .B. he/she will be required to join the particular seminar / project report and its vivavoce as a fresh candidate in the subsequent year. A candidate from the first year M.e. 3. To pass the M. a candidate will have to pass in all Six Trimester in Two Parts i. If a candidate fails in the seminar / project report and its viva-voce. 5.B.
0 SUPER S 9.0 O+ 7.0 56-60 B+ 5.5 Average B 5.0 SUPER 91-95 S 9.0 B+ 5.0 76-80 O+ 7. Each subject is classified as a major or minor.0 Defaulter XX --Incomplete Full Credit 100 Marks Grade Table for Trimester/Semester Examination Marks Obtained Letter Grade Grade Point Description of Performance 96-100 S+ 10.5 Exemplary 81-85 E 8.5 Exemplary E 8.5 Average 50-55 B 5.5 Good A 6.0 66-70 A+ 6.5 Good 61-65 A 6.0 X 0.5 Outstanding 71-75 O 7.Grading System : There shall be numerical marking for each course.0 Defaulter 4 . which will be placed into credits. The major and minor subjects will be given 2 and 1 credits respectively.0 86-90 E+ 8.5 Outstanding O 7.0 E+ 8. Full Credit + Full Credit 200 Marks Marks Obtained 191 – 200 180 – 190 171 – 180 161 – 170 151 – 160 141 – 150 131 – 140 121 – 130 111 – 120 101 – 110 --Grade Table for Examination Letter Grade Grade Point Description of Performance S+ 10.0 -X 0.0 A+ 6.
-- XX --- Incomplete Half Credit 50 Marks Grade Table for Trimester/Semester Examination Marks Obtained Letter Grade Grade Point Description of Performance 48-50 S+ 10.0 8.5 6.6-7.5 Result Final Grade Classification of Final Result.0 28-30 B+ 5.0 Defaulter -XX --Incomplete 6.0 SUPER 46-47 S 9.0 38-40 O+ 7.6-9.1-6.6-8.0 9.5 Exemplary 41-42 E 8. Final Result : For the final result of the student Cumulative Performance Index (CPI) based on total earned credits vis-à-vis total earned grade points shall be calculated will be as follows.1-7.0 43-45 E+ 8.0 6.6-6. S+ SUPER S E+ Exemplary E O+ Outstanding O A+ Good A B+ Average B 5 .0-5.0 33-35 A+ 6.5 5.1--9.5 Average 25-27 B 5.5 Outstanding 36-37 O 7.0 -X 0.5 8.0 7. Total earned grade points / Total credits 100 CPI 9.6-10.0 5.5 7.5 Good 31-32 A 6.1-8.
TPI for that Trimester is calculated using formula. TPI once calculated shall be modified. Hence. the evaluation of various courses is cumulated in two performance indices termed as Trimester performance index (TPI) and cumulative performance index (CPI)the explanation of which is given below: Trimester Performance Index (TPI): The performance of a student in a Trimester is indicated by a number called Trimester Performance Index (TPI). CALCULATION OF PERFORMANCE INDICES: A distinction of the performance of one student from the other student is rather impossible to carry out from the grades obtained by a student in all the courses taken by him in a Trimester/year. If Gi is a grade with numerical equivalent as Gi obtained by a student for the course with credit Ci then. TPI is calculated to two decimal places and rounded off. (TPI) is the weighted average of all the grade points obtained by him in all the courses registered during the Trimester r. 6 .Note: An aggregate of 5. for the students failed in regular examinations TPI is calculated only after the declaration of re-examination grades. TPI = 1 1 1 C1 g 1 C1 1 1 1 Where summation is for all the courses registered by a student in that Trimester.0 credit points are required to pass the MBA program. Generally. IV.
It is necessary to ensure that one course appears only once in calculation of CPI and the denominator in above equation does not exceed the total number of credits registered by him. CPI is also calculated at the end of every semester upto two decimal places and is rounded off.Cumulative Performance Index (CPI): An up-to-date assessment of the overall performance of a student from the first Trimester till completion of the programme is obtained by calculating an index called as Cumulative Performance Index (CPI). it was decided that for the first year of implementation. the marks and the grade points and credits should be shown. on the mark sheets.O. GRACE MARKS UNDER DIFFERENT ORDINANCE. Head of Passing Upto -50 051-100 101-150 151-200 201-250 251-300 301-350 351-400 Grace Marks 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 7 . The CPI is weighted average of the grade points obtained in all the courses registered by a student since the first Trimester of the programme. No. Therefore. Initially there is certain trepidation in the minds of students and there are some difficulties in understanding the mechanics of this system. V. 1:-Grace Marks for Passing in each head of Passing (Theory/Practical/ Oral/ Sessional/External/Internal) The Examinee shall be given the benefit of grace marks only for passing in each head of Passing (Theory/Practical/Oral/Sessional/ in External Internal examination as follows. CPI = 1 1 1 C 1 g 1 1 1 1 C 1 Besides TPI. S. both.
CCIII. shall be given the required marks to get the next higher class of grade as the case may be. Condonation of deficiency of marks be shown in the statement of Marks in the form of asterisk and Ordinance number 8 .CCIII. Bar Council. CCIM. UGC etc. Bar Council. NCTE. Provided further that this gracing is concurrent with the rules and guidelines of Professional statutory bodies at the All India level such as AICTE. Provided further that the benefits of above mentioned grace marks shall be given to the candidate for such examination/s only for which provision of award of class has been prescribed. S. 10 Provided that the benefit of such gracing marks in different heads of passing shall not exceed 1% of the aggregate marks in that examination. having passed in all other heads of passing. No. Provided further that the benefit of gracing of Marks under this Ordinance shall be applicable only if the candidate passes the entire examination of Trimester/year. However condonation.O. CCIM. if prescribed in the examination concerned. No. Provided that benefits of above mentioned grace marks shall not be given.Grace Marks for getting higher Class A Candidate who passes in all the subjects and heads of passing in the examination without the benefit of either gracing or condonation rules and whose total number of Marks falls short for securing Higher Class of Grade by marks not more than 1% of the aggregate marks of that examination or upto 10 marks. 3 Condonation If a candidate fails in only one head of passing. 2:.O. UGC etc S. NCTE. his/her deficiency of marks in such head of passing may be condoned by not more than 1% at the aggregate marks of the examination or 10% of the total Number of marks of that of passing in which he/she is failing whichever is less. MCI. whichever is less. MCI. if the candidate fails to secure necessary passing marks in the aggregate head of passing also. whether in one head of passing or aggregate head of passing be restricted to maximum upto 10 marks only. Provided further that this gracing is concurrent with the rules and guidelines of Professional statutory bodies at the All India level such as AICTE.And 401 and above.
The students who have a backlog of not more than four papers in the First year examination will be eligible to be admitted to the Second year (IVth Trimester) of M. Structure of M.B. BACKLOG: A candidate will be permitted to proceed to the second and third trimester even though he/she fails in one or more subjects either of the first trimester or second trimester or both. 2.A.5 T-1. VII 1.No. NCTE.1 T-1.7 T-1.2 T-1. shall be allowed to apply for the verification of marks by paying the requisite fee of Rs.3 T-1.4 T-1. CCIM.A. T-1. UGC etc. Sr.8 TRIMESTER – I Title of the Paper Credit Global Business Communication Full Human Resource Management-I Full IT for Managers-I Full Management Accounting-I Full Managerial Economics-I Full Organizational Behaviour-I Full Quantitative Techniques-I Full Theory & Practice of Modern Business Full IT – Practical Half TOTAL Points 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 17 Hours 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 15 255 Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 850 result.per paper (Only Theory papers).6 T-1. 3.B. This facility will be available only for 9 . A candidate shall apply for verification within 7 days from the declaration of the maximum of three papers of that particular examination only.100/.Provided further that this gracing is concurrent with the rules and guidelines of Professional statutory bodies at the All India level such as AICTE. MCI.CCIII. A candidate will be permitted to proceed to the Fifth and Six Trimester even though he/she fails in one or more subjects either of the Fourth trimester or Fifth trimester or both respectively. VI VERIFICATION OF MARKS (Only Theory Papers) Candidates who feel that the marks secured by them are less than their expectations. Bar Council.
No.3 T-2.No.1 T-2.6 T-2. T-3.8 Points 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 17 50 Hours 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 15 255 750 Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 850 2500 10 .8 TRIMESTER – II Title of the Paper Credit Business Laws-I Full Financial Management-I Full Human Resource Management-II Full Management Accounting-II Full Managerial Economics-II Full Marketing Management-I Full Operations Management-I Full Organizational Behaviour-II Full TOTAL TRIMESTER – III Title of the Paper Credit Business Laws-II Full Financial Management-II Full Indian Social & Political Environment Full IT for Managers-II Full Marketing Management-II Full Operations Management-II Full Quantitative Techniques-II Full Research Methods in Management Full IT – Practical Half TOTAL Total of Ist Year Points 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 16 Hours 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 240 Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 800 Sr.4 T-3.3 T-3.5 T-3.6 T-3.4 T-2.7 T-2.Sr.2 T-3. T-2.5 T-2.1 T-3.2 T-2.7 T-3.
No.TRIMESTER – IV Sr. T-6.2 T-4.3 T-6.4 T-6.4 T-5.3 T-4.5 Title of the Paper Business Strategies-II Business Communications at Work Business Ethics Entrepreneurship Development Environment Management Credit Full Full Full Full Full Points 2 2 2 2 2 30 Hours 30 30 30 30 30 450 Marks 100 100 100 100 100 1500 Credit Full Full Full Full Full Points 2 2 2 2 2 Hours 30 30 30 30 30 Marks 100 100 100 100 100 Credit Full Full Full Full Full Points 2 2 2 2 2 Hours 30 30 30 30 30 Marks 100 100 100 100 100 Total of Compulsory Subjects Elective Papers Marketing Area : 11 .2 T-6.1 T-4.No. T-5.4 T-4.3 T-5. T-4.No.5 Title of the Paper Agri-Business & Co-operative Management Information Systems for Management International Business Environment International Finance Operations Research-II TRIMESTER – VI Sr.1 T-5.2 T-5.1 T-6.5 Title of the Paper Business Strategies-I Indian Economic Environment Operations Research-I Organizational Change & Development Project Management TRIMESTER –V Sr.
Service Marketing & B2B Marketing Credit Full Full Full Full Points 2 2 2 2 Hours 30 30 30 30 Marks 100 100 100 100 Finance Area : Sr.Sr.No.No. F-I F-II F-III F-IV Title of the Paper Financial Institution and Merchant Banking Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management Management Accounting & Control System Project Appraisal and Financing Credit Full Full Full Full Points 2 2 2 2 Hours 30 30 30 30 Marks 100 100 100 100 12 . M-I M-II M-III M-IV Title of the Paper RETAIL Management. Customer Relationship Management & Direct Marketing Marketing Research & Financial Aspects of Marketing Integrated Marketing Communications & Brand Management Global Marketing.
Human Resource Area : Sr. HR-I HR-II HR-III HR-IV Title of the Paper HUMAN Resource Development Maintaining and Retaining HR International Perspectives of HRM Strategic HRM Credit Full Full Full Full Points 2 2 2 2 Hours 30 30 30 30 Marks 100 100 100 100 Production Area : Sr. V & VI Trimester Project Work : Sr.No. S-I S-II S-III S-IV Title of the Paper Project Estimation and Management Software Engineering Information System Audit and Control Enterprise Resource Planning Credit Full Full Full Full Points 2 2 2 2 Hours 30 30 30 30 Marks 100 100 100 100 Agri-Business Area : Sr.No.No. S-I S-II S-III S-IV Title of the Paper PROJECT Estimation and Management Software Engineering Information System Audit and Control Enterprise Resource Planning Credit Full Full Full Full Points 2 2 2 2 Hours 30 30 30 30 Marks 100 100 100 100 System Area : Sr.No. A-I A-II A-III A-IV Title of the Paper Agro-Based Industries & Industrialization Agri-Business Environment Rural and Agricultural Marketing Agricultural Production Management Rural Credit Full Full Full Full Points 2 2 2 2 16 Hours 30 30 30 30 240 Marks 100 100 100 100 800 Total of Elective Papers of IV.No. Title of the Paper Credit Points Hours Marks 13 .
Project Work Full 4 60 Days Traini ng 690+ 60 Days Train ing 1440 +60 Days Train ing 200 Total of MBA-II 50 2500 Total of MBA Program 100 5000 14 .
Cooperative Sugar Factory . Sr. Such As AgroProcessing Co-Operative Or An Industry. 1 2 3 4 5 Organizations To Be Considered: .No. Students Will Be Deputed To An Organisation.Cooperative Spinning Mill Evaluation Head Project Report Project Presentation Class Assignment Class Participation Attendance Marks 40 20 20 10 10 15 . The Report Should Be presented as a Seminar Activity before the Expert’s Panel. The Evaluation Would Be Done As Per Following Marks Distribution.MBA – II YEAR SYLLABUS AGRI-BUSINESS AREA MBA – II A I . The Course Co-Ordinators Will Help The Students For Selecting The Organisation And Guide Them. b) To Develop The Skills For Conducting Swot Analysis Of Selected Agro-Based And Rural Industries Course Structure: This Paper Will Be Conducted As A Full Project Cum Seminar Course. Conduct SWOT Analysis And Prepare A Detailed Report. The Students Are Expected To Study The Entire Modus-Operandi Of The Organisation.Agro-Based Industries And Rural Industrialization (Under Revised Structure 2009-10) Objectives: The Objective Of This Course Is Two Fold: a) To Gain Insight And Practical Knowledge Of The Functioning Of Agro-Based Industries And Rural Industries.
Quality Marketing And Supporting Orgnisations. 2. Pricing. 16 . Unit 3: Agro-Processing Cooperative And Issues In Agro-Processing Industries: Cooperative Sugar Industries – Cooperative Spinning Mills – Dairy Cooperatives – Issues In Product Development. Agro Based Industries – Issues In The Size And Location Of Industries – Appropriate Technology And Issues In The Transfer Of Technology. Unit 1: Introduction Scope Nature And Significance Of Agriculture Business Unit 2: Rural-Urban Organisation And Industrial Pattern Decentralized Industries – Small And Medium Scale Industries – Choice Of Rural.- Dairy Cooperatives Flori Culture Khadi And Village Industries Handloom Industries Handicrafts Sericultural Note: 1. Video Cassettes. CDs And Documentary Films Should Be Exhibited AGRI-BUSINESS AREA MBA – II A -II Agri-Business Environment (Under Revised Structure 2009-10) Objective: The Objective Of This Course Is To Make The Student Understand The Environment Related To Agri-Business. Case Studies On Each Of The Aspects Mentioned In The Syllabus Should Be Discussed.
. Desai Vasant. “Agricultural Marketing In India” 2. And Iyengar. Bhanushali S. Dholkia R. “Export Management” 7. “Chaining Prospectives In Indian Agriculture” 17 .. Note: 1..G. “Diffusion Of Agricultural Innovation In Village India” 3. Laxmi Narain. Video Cassettes. And Agrawal N. “Rural Development” 4. “International Economics” 6.G. 2.H. Acharya S. And Pujari A.S. Dasgupta S.L. Case Studies On Each Of The Aspects Mentioned In The Syllabus Should Be Discussed. Cds And Documentary Films Should Be Exhibited References: 1. “Planning For Rural Development Issues And Case Studies” 5.Unit 4: International Organisation Impacting Agri-Business IMF-IBRD-IDA-IFC-GATT-UNCTAD-WTO Organisations And Their Functions – World Trade Agreements – Trade Liberalization – Import Export Procedures – Strategies Of Exports For Agro-Based Industries. Salvatore D.
Cds And Documentary Films Should Be Exhibited 18 . 2. Irrigation Equipments and Animal Feed Note: 1.AGRI-BUSINESS AREA MBA – II A.Markets And Classification Of Markets – Methods Of Sales – Marketing Agencies. Unit 4: Rural Marketing Planning And Strategy Development Planning For Rural Marketing – Strategic Issues In Rural Marketing. Unit 2 : Rural Consumer Behaviour Profile Of Rural Consumer – Classification Of Rural Consumers – Rural Consumer Buying Behavior – Major . Marketing Of Agricultural Products.III : Rural And Agricultural Marketing (Under Revised Structure 2009-10) Objective: The Objective Of This Course Is To Provide Students With An Opportunity To Understand : a) The Theoretical Concepts Pertaining To Rural Marketing b) The Strategies To Be Developed While Targeting Rural Markets. Seeds. Tractors. Video Cassettes. Agrochemicals. Unit 3 : Rural Segmentation Strategy Concept Of Rural Segmentation – Rural Segmentation Procedure – Market Targeting And Positioning For Rural Markets In India. Farm Equipments. Unit 5: Marketing Mix For Rural Marketing Rural Product Strategy – Rural Pricing Strategy – Rural Distribution Strategy – Rural Promotion Strategy Unit 6: Agricultural Marketing In India. Case Studies On Each Of The Aspects Mentioned In The Syllabus Should Be Discussed. Unit 7: Marketing of Agricultural Inputs – Fertilisers. c) Exposure To The Functioning Of Indian Rural Markets. Forces Influencing Rural Consumer Behavior. Unit 1: Introduction To Rural Marketing Definition – Classification And Characteristics Of Rural Marketing – Problems And Constraints In Rural Marketing – Marketing Functions And Services – Marketing Institutions And Marketing Support Services. Agricultural Marketing Process .
Measurement Of Farm Efficiency. (1992): Agricultural Economics And Marketing In The Tropics.C. Management And Technology Change. 4) Singh G. (2006) : Agricultural Marketing – Vatsala Baliram Prakashan Kendra. 2nd Edition 2) Sarwade W. Cooperative Farming. Mumbai 3) Abbott J. Deep and Deep AGRI-BUSINESS AREA MBA – II A – IV: Agricultural Production Management (Under Revised Structure 2009-10) Unit 1: Fundamentals Of Farm Management Scope Of Modern Agriculture. Singh R. (2006): Rural Agricultural and Marketing. Capital Farming. Rawat Publication.P. Analysis Planning And Development.. Elbs With Longman.S. Unit 3 : Farm Technology Effects Of New Technology.P.Practical Assignment.. Jaico Publishing House.K.N.I : Agricultural Marketing In India. Land Tenure Systems And Agricultural Production Management. Presentation By The Students. Mechanism And Automation.K. 6) Kamat M. (2004): New Perspectives In Rural And Agricultural Marketing. References: 1) Ramkishan Y. (2006): Rural Marketing: Environment Problems and Strategies. Vikas 9) Verma S.. 2nd Edition. 19 . Proprietorship. Corporate Farming. Irrigation Management. (2003). Green Houses.B.S. Krishnamurty R. Singh D. Allahabad 5) Rajagopal (1993) : Indian Rural Marketing. Himalaya 8) Gopalswamy T. Difference Between Farm And Non-Farm Business Management Unit 2 : Farm Production Systems And Management Functions Peasants. Himalaya 7) Habeeb-ur-Rahman K. Gains From Technological Improvement To Producers And Consumers.. Jiloka S. Unit 4: Issues In Farm Management Size-Productivity Debate. Chugh Publications. Makcham J. Rural Marketing In India. (2003): Rural Marketing. Production Planning-Specialisation And Diversification. Special Features Of Agricultural And Industrial Production.
– Elements Of Farm Management 20 .S.N. Earl. – Farm Management Economics – Prentice Hall 3) Barnard C. And Sharma V.D. Case Studies On Each Of The Aspects Mentioned In The Syllabus Should Be Discussed.Note: 1. Video Cassettes. And Nix J. O And Jensen Herald R. – Fundamentals Of Modern Agriculture 5) Sadhu And Singh – Fundamentals Of Agriculture 6) Agrawal A. Cds And Documentary Films Should Be Exhibited References: 1) Robertson C. – Fam Planning And Control 4) Blake C.A. – Indian Agriculture 7) Sharma A.N. – Abn Introduction To Agricultural Production Economics And Farm Management – Tata Mcgraw Hill 2) Heady. 2.S.K.
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