Annexure(Approved in the UGBOS meeting on_________) ORDINANCE

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
(Computer Aided Management)

1. The duration of the Bachelor of Business Administration Programme (Computer Aided Management) programme BBA (CAM) shall be of three academic years. Each year shall be divided into two semesters. Thus, the BBA (CAM) programme shall comprise of six semesters spread over three years. On successful completion of all the six semester, the students will be awarded the Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration (Computer Aided Management). A candidate can complete all the six semesters within a maximum period of 5 years, thus the maximum duration of the BBA (CAM) Programme shall be 5 years. 2. The examination for the first, third and fifth semesters shall ordinarily be held in the month of December/January and for the second, fourth and sixth semester in the month of May/June or on such dates as may be fixed by the Vice-Chancellor. A special examination for the fifth and sixth semester may be held, as per the decision taken by the Vice-Chancellor from time to time. The Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Director/Principal of the concerned Institute/College will allow the candidate(s) to appear in this examination in the month of September/October. 3. The last date for receipt of admission-cum-examination forms and fees shall be notified by the University from time to time. 4. A Supplementary Examination for the Ist, 3rd and 5th semesters shall be held along with their regular semester Examination which will normally be held during the month of December/January and Supplementary Examinations for 2nd,4th and 6th semesters will be held alongwith regular 2nd,4th and 6th semester examinations in the month of May/June. 5. The Director/Principal of the Institute/College shall forward to the Controller of Examinations of the University, a list of the students, along with examination forms duly attested alongwith fee prescribed by the University from time to time. . Fees once deposited shall not be refunded under any circumstances. 6. Admission to the first semester of the BBA (CAM) Programme shall be open to candidates, who have passed Senior Secondary Examination on the pattern of 10+2 from a recognised Board of Education or an equivalent examination recognised, as equivalent thereto, by the University.

7. Each candidate shall be examined in the subject(s) prescribed by the Academic Council from time to time. 8. The External Examiner(s) will set the question papers. The External Examiner will set 8 questions in all, selecting not more than two questions from each unit. If a case study is included in the question paper then it will carry marks equivalent to two questions. The candidates will be required to attempt any five questions in all, selecting at least one question from each unit. However, the Chairman, PG Board of Studies in Management Sciences will issue special instructions in question paper(s) where any deviation is required. The medium of instruction and examination shall be English. 9. (i) 30% marks in each written paper excluding papers relating to Computer/IT, Project, Report and Viva-Voca shall be assigned for Internal Assessment. This is however subject to provision laid down in the scheme of examinations laid down from time to time. (ii) The Director/Principal of the Institute/College shall forward the internal assessment marks awarded to the students to the Controller of Examinations at least one week before the commencement of the semester examination. The internal assessment marks shall be based on the factors such as: Participation in seminars, case discussion and group work activities, Class test quizzes, individual and group oral presentations, Submission of written assignments, term papers and viva-voce, class room participation and attendance. The weightage given to each of these factors shall be decided and announced at the beginning of the semester by individual faculty member responsible for the paper. (iii) The Director/Principal of the Institute/College will preserve the records on the basis of which the internal assessment awards have been given for inspection, if needed by the University up-to one month from the date of declaration of the semester examination results. 10. The minimum percentage of marks to pass the examination in each semester shall be :i. 40% in each written/practical paper and internal assessment separately and 50% jointly ii. 50% in external and internal evaluation in case of Training Report/Project Report. iii. 50% in viva-voce examination; 11. The 1st semester examination shall be open to a regular student

who, (i) has been on the rolls of the Institute/College during the 1st semester; (ii) has attended not less than 75 per cent of lectures in the semester, and (iii) has obtained pass marks in the internal assessment in the papers of the semester. 12 The 2nd, 4th, 5th and 6th semesters examinations shall be open to a student who i) has been on the rolls of the Institute/College during the semester preceding respective semester examination. ii) Has attended not less than 75% of lecturers in the respective semester. iii) Has obtained pass marks in the internal assessment in the papers of the relevant semester of which he/she is a candidate; and. iv) Has passed at-least 50% of the papers in the preceding semester examination. 13. A candidate who has completed the prescribed course of instructions in the Institute/College for any semester examination but does not appear/re-appear in the concerned paper(s) or having appeared fails, may be allowed, on the recommendations of the Director/Principal of the Institute/College to appear/re-appear in the concerned paper(s), as the case may be, at the next regular examination as and when held without attending the classes. While re-appearing in the examination, the candidate shall be exempted from re-appearing in the paper(s), Project Report/Training Report and Viva-Voce in which he has obtained at least 50% marks including the marks for internal assessment, where prescribed. Such a candidate, in the meantime, may pursue his studies for the next higher semesters and appear in the examination(s) for the same along with the examination for lower semester(s). Provided that a candidate who has secured at least 40% marks separately in written/practical and internal assessment separately and 50% jointly in not less than 50% of the written papers prescribed in that semester failing which he shall not be permitted to continue his studies for the next higher semester and shall be required to repeat all paper(s) of the concerned semester as a regular student as and when these paper(s) is/are offered. EXPLANATION : 50% of 7 papers will be taken as 4. 14. The amount of examination fee to be paid by a candidate for each semester examination shall be decided by the University from time to time.

15. his attendance/internal assessment in the next higher semester in which he/she was allowed to attend classes provisionally will stand cancelled.University. a candidate fails to pass the concerned semester examination or fails to meet the requirement of Clause-13 above mentioned. (c) The Training Report shall carry 100 marks each and the evaluation shall be done as under: i. The Board will award the marks. The candidate shall be required to submit three copies of the Training Report. ii. 17. shall be carried forward to the next examination provided that a candidate who has not obtained the pass marks in the internal assessment of any paper(s) will not be allowed to take examination in the said paper(s) in the relevant semester unless he repeats the course in the paper(s) concerned and obtains minimum pass marks in internal assessment. (b) The candidate(s) shall be required to have an exposure of the actual functioning of the organisation and complete the specific project of his/her training. (a) Every student of the programme shall be required to undergo a four week practical training at the end of fourth semester in an organisation approved by the Institute. may extend the last date of the receipt of Training Report with late fee. provided that in exceptional cases. within two months after the completion of Training. M. External evaluation consisting of 50 marks will be undertaken by the external examiner to be appointed . The internal assessment award of a candidate who fails in any semester examination. 16. in the office of the Controller of Examination. The work done by the candidate during the period of training shall be submitted in the form of Training Report. The last date for the receipt of Training Report. through the concerned Director/Principal of the Institute. the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Director/Principal of the concerned Institute/College. In case.D. normally in the summer vacation. Internal evaluation consisting of 50 marks will be based on the presentation of training report by the candidate before the Board of three examiners to be appointed by the Director/Principal of the concerned Institute/College from out of its faculty. A candidate whose result is declared late without any fault on his part may attend classes for the next higher semester provisionally at her own risk and responsibility subject to his passing the concerned semester examination.

approved by the Board of Studies. consisting of the following two members: (i) One Internal Faculty Member (to be appointed by the Director/Principal of the Institute/College. ii) The written part of the Project Report shall account for 100 marks and the Viva-voce to be conducted by a duly constituted Board of Examiners for 100 marks as under: i) Director/Principal of the concerned Institute/College. The practical examination(s) of the courses wherever prescribed in the Scheme of examination shall be conducted by the following Board of Examiners. the appointment of the third examiner shall be made by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Board of Studies in Management Studies.First Division b) those who obtain 50% or more . The list of successful candidates after the sixth semester examination shall be arranged. The last date for the receipt of Project Report in the office of the Controller of Examinations shall be one month before the commencement of the sixth semester examination. Provided that in exceptional cases. 20. As soon as possible. 19.by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Board of Studies in Management. If the difference in the awards is up to 30% of the maximum marks the average of the two shall be taken as final award and if the difference between the external and internal examiners is more than 30% of the maximum marks. out of the panel. the ViceChancellor may on the recommendations of the Director/ Principal of the Institute/College extend the last date of the receipt of the Project Report with late fee prescribed by the University from time to time. and (ii) One External Examiner to be appointed by the ViceChancellor on the recommendation of the Board of Studies in Management Sciences. 21. iii) The external and the internal examiners shall evaluate the Project Report jointly. Controller of Examination shall publish the result of the candidates. after the termination of the semester examination. in two divisions on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained in his Bachelor’s Degree of Business Administration as under:a) those who obtain 60% or more marks . The final award shall be the average of the three examiners. i) The candidate shall be required to submit three copies of his Project Report. 18. ii) One academician.Second Division .

22. grace marks may be allowed as per University Rules. 23. No improvement facility shall be provided to BBA (CAM) students. However. Title Of the Paper(s) Theory Marks Internal Marks Practical Marks/VivaVoce Marks Total Marks BCAM101 Coceptual Foundations Of Management 70 30 100 BCAM102 Business Economics 70 30 100 BCAM103 Mathematics For Managers 70 30 100 BCAM104 Financial Accounting 70 30 100 BCAM105 Introduction to Computers and Information Systems 50 50 BCAM106 Computers and . shall apply to all students whether old or new. if any.marks but less than 60% c) Candidate who pass all the six semesters examination in the first attempt obtaining 75% or more marks of the total aggregate shall be declared to have Passed with Distinction. Notwithstanding the integrated nature of this course which is spread over more than one academic year. the Ordinance in force at the time a student joins the course shall hold good only for the examination held during or at the end of the academic year and nothing in this Ordinance shall be deemed to debar the University from amending the Ordinance and revise the fee structure and the amended Ordinance and the revised fee structure. CURRICULAM AND SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONS OF BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (CAM) First Year First Semester Paper No.

Total Marks BCAM301 Business Policy and . Total Marks BCAM201 Business Environment 70 30 100 BCAM202 Human Resource Management 70 30 100 BCAM203 Business Statistics 70 30 100 BCAM204 Programing in Visual Basic 50 50 BCAM205 Operating System & Networking 50 50 BCAM206 Visual Basic Lab 50 50 BCAM207 Operating System Lab 50 50 CURRICULAM AND SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONS OF BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (CAM) Second Year Third Semester Paper No.Information Systems Lab 50 50 Second Semester Paper No. Title Of the Paper(s) Theory Marks Internal Marks Practical Marks/VivaVoce Exam. Title Of the Paper(s) Theory Marks Internal Marks Practical Marks/VivaVoce Exam.

Title Of the Paper(s) Theory Marks Internal .Strategic Management 70 30 100 BCAM302 Financial Management 70 30 100 BCAM303 Marketing Management 70 30 100 BCAM304 System Analysis and Design 70 30 100 BCAM305 Internet Technology 50 50 BCAM306 Internet Technology Lab 50 50 Fourth Semester Paper No. Total Marks BCAM401 Organisational Behaviour 70 30 100 BCAM402 Management and Cost Accounting 70 30 100 BCAM403 Quantitative Applications to Managerial Decision making 70 30 100 BCAM404 MIS & DBMS 50 50 BCAM405 Multimedia Technology 50 50 BCAM406 DBMS Lab 50 50 BCAM407 Multimedia Technology Lab 50 50 CURRICULAM AND SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONS OF BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (CAM) ThirdYear Fifth Semester Paper No. Title Of the Paper(s) Theory Marks Internal Marks Practical Marks/VivaVoce Exam.

Title Of the Paper(s) Theory Marks Internal Marks Practical Marks/VivaVoce Exam. to be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the PGBOS in Management Science and . Total Marks BCAM501 Public Relations and Applied Communications 70 30 100 BCAM502 Mercantile Law 70 30 100 BCAM503 Consumer Behaviour 70 30 100 BCAM504 RDBMS 50 50 BCAM505 Software Engineering 50 50 BCAM506 RDBMS Lab 50 50 BCAM507 CASE Tool Lab 50 50 BCAM508 Summer Vacation Training* 100 NOTE: *The written part of the SVT will be evaluated by the external examiner for 50 marks and 50 marks will be based on the presentation of training report by the candidate before the Board of three internal examiners to be appointed by the Director/Principal of the Institute/College Sixth Semester Paper No.Marks Practical Marks/VivaVoce Exam. Total Marks BCAM601 Entrepreneurship Development 70 30 100 BCAM602 International Business 70 30 100 BCAM603 Distributed Database Management 70 30 100 BCAM604 Organisation Development 70 30 100 BCAM605 Project Report** 100 BCAM606 Project Report Viva** 100 Note: **The written part of the Project Report will be evaluated by the external examiner.

Mohan. Management. Developing Communication Skills. the concept of policy. decision-making. New Delhi NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. evolution and foundation of management theories classical & neo classical theories. indifference curve approach. procedure & forecasting. UNIT-4 Co-ordinations. nature. Management: Concepts & Strategies. External marks: 70 Internal marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs. Robbins & Coulter. UNIT. Management Theory & Practice by C. programs. strategy. price & substitution. consumer’s equilibrium. UNIT-3 Organization: meaning. system approach and modern organization theory. Krishna & Banerji. management by objective (MBO). Suggested Readings: 1.the Viva-Voce shall be conducted by a Board of three examiners: (i) Director/Principal of the Institute/College concerned.2 . consumer behaviour. rules. procedure. objectives & characteristics. B Gupta (Sultan Chand & Sons) 2. scope and functions of management. directing & management control. span of control. type of organization. scope and significance of business economics. Meera. importance and principles. BUSINESS ECONOMICS Course Code: BCAM 102 UNIT-1 Meaning. UNIT-2 Management planning process. J. S. levels of management. utility approach. levels of authority. difference between authority & power. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. methods of demand forecasting. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. Prentice Hall of India. Macmillan India Ltd. New Delhi 4. concepts of authority. Essentials of Management by Koontz & Wechrich (Tata McGraw-Hill) 3. Theory Marks: 70 Internal Marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs. CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGEMENT Course Code: BCAM 101 UNIT-1 Concept. law of demand & its measurement. concept of delegation & decentralization. departmentation. (ii) One academician and (iii) one executive. out of the panel approved by the PGBOS in Management Sciences. brief outline of law of diminishing marginal utility and law of equi-marginal utility. selecting at least one question from each unit. nature. (Vikas Publishing House). New Delhi 5. Chandan. case studies/group discussions.

maxima and minima (elementary concepts only). M. Marks: 70 Internals Marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs. MATHEMATICS FOR MANAGERS Course Code: BCAM 103 UNIT-1 Introduction to business mathematics. D. logarithm. Sumitra Pal. D. oligopoly.3 Introduction to set theory. David Parker. monopoly & monopolistic competition. Vikas Publications .Concept of production function. Ahuja H. marginal revenue & elasticity of demand. Chaturvedi. Business Economics. concepts of determinants and matrices. causes & control measures.L. short run cost curves. yields on shares and bonds (elementary concepts only) UNIT. concept of profit and loss. annuities. New Delhi 2. Himalaya Publication 5. Suggested Readings: 1. concept of total. Business Mathematics by D. scope and importance.K. inflation-types. Advanced Micro Economics. Dwivedi. average & marginal revenue. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. present value. Bhambri. inequalities with graph. arithmetic & geometric progression. linear. UNIT-4 Concept and measurement of national income. Suggested Readings: 1. K.. S. simple and compound interest. Business Mathematics by Qazi Zameeruddin. Sancheti & V. D. law of variable proportion. UNIT. Kapoor. Gupta. price discrimination.N. consumption function. Essence of Business Economics Joseph G Nellis. in short run. NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. selecting at least one question from each unit. UNIT-4 Concept of functions.2 Surds and indices. applications to commerce & economics (simple problems on applications for managerial decisions). determination of national income. differentiation. Sultan Chand & Sons 2. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. Managerial Economics. Vikas Publishing House. solutions of simultaneous equations. limits and continuity. UNIT. concept of cost & revenue. K.L. Khanna & S.3 Price determination under perfect competition. Galgotia Publishing Company 3. Text & Cases. Adhikari Excel Books New Delhi 4. quadratic and simultaneous equations. integration. relationship between average revenue. V. monetary policy and fiscal policy objectives and tools. C.

Chawla & Saksena-Double Entry Book Keeping-Kalyani Publication 2. rectification of errors. Jeevan Sons Publications 4. generally accepted accounting principles (concepts & conventions).Gupta & Pratibha Gupta.N. Business Mathematics by R. O.voucher system. A.L.meaning. Sharma (Text Book Of XII) 5. ledger. Suggested Readings: 1. FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING Course Code: BCAM 104 UNIT-1 Accounting.Gupta – Advanced –Sultan Chand & Sons 4. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. journal. P. Theory Marks: 70 Internal Marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. Khan & Jain. selecting at least one question from each unit. Gupta & Amar Singh Rao. accounting for nonprofit organizations. accounting of negotiable instruments. 3. accounting equations. Dr. Financial Accounting NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit.XI editionSultan Chand & Sons 5. D. R.Maheshwari – Principles of Management Accounting. R. inventory valuation methods and choice of methods. selecting at least one question from each unit. Elements Of Business Mathematics & Statistics by Janardan Dinodia. R. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. types of accounting. UNIT-4 Accounting for depreciation. accounting process.3.3 Preparation of profit & los account and balance sheet. S. nature. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS & INFORMATION SYSTEMS Course Code: BCAM 105 . functions and significance. subsidiary books and trial balance. Maheshwari & Maheshwari-An Introduction to Accountancy 5th – Vikas Publishing House. significance and method. UNIT. reconciliation of bank accounts. Gupta. single entry system. UNIT-2 Recording of transactions. Juneja.P. Theory: 50 Total Marks : 50 Time: 3hrs. Gangotia Publishing New Delhi NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all.

Edit and Directory creation of MS-DOS. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. other system characteristics. Understanding Data communication networks. UNIT. hardware. Paint Brush. types of magnetic disks. COMPUTERS & INFORMATION SYSTEMS LAB Course Code: BCAM 106 Environment: Basic Components of Micro Computers. information system resources.computer generations. Fundamentals of computers – V Rajaraman 4. Miller. primary and secondary storage devices.UNIT-I Fundamentals of information system introduction: system concepts. processing of data into information. magnetic disk storage. voice recognition and response. output technologies and trends video output. optical scanning. File creation. trends in telecommunications. application trends. the expanding roles of information system systems-trends in information systems. storage of data resources and control of system performance. technology trends. Vikas Publishing House NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. storage trends and trade-offs. Text and Documents. the business value of telecommunications. networking the enterprise. Commands.Sinha 2. the computer system concept.people. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. Practical Marks: 50 Time: 3hrs. overview of information systems. pen-based computing. Formatting.input of data resources. trends in computer system.K. microcomputers systems. output and storage technologies.3 Computer peripherals: input. Essentials of IT – Deepak Barihoke 5. components of an information system. UNIT-2 Number system. Environment and Write. Print Manager. information system activities.feedback and control. selecting at least one question from each unit. SYS files etc. Suggested Readings: 1. data & network resources. EBCDIC. types of information system. business applications of telecommunications. other input technologies. character representation: ASCII. concepts and components of security. business applications. midrange computer systems. software. preventive measures and treatment. Fundamentals of computers – P. . application software for end users. File Manager. Working with MS. Control Panel etc. industry trends.pointing devices. printed output.computer storage fundamentals. input technologies trends. UNIT-4 Computer software: introduction of software. supercomputer systems. Configuration of System in MS-DOS and MS-WINDOWS Environment Specifically – Role and Functions of Key files such as Batch files. output of information products. for Windows environment. security: information integrity definition ensuring integrity computer security: perverse software. computer hardware. magnetic tape storage.Office: MS-Word: Word Basics. software suites and international. software trends. optical disk storage. direct and sequential access.the central processing unit. Computer Today – Suresh K Basandra 3. mainframe computer systems.

SEBI guidelines for primary issue.Sorting. 6. working with Graphics. Indian Economy Surveys 5. Sundaram & Black. monetary and fiscal policy of India. development banks and their objectives. bop of India. MS-EXCEL: Basic. world bank. MS-POWER POINT: PowerPoint Basics. industrial licensing policy and its abolishment. Theory marks: 70 Internal marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT Course code: BCAM201 UNIT-1 Introduction to business: characteristics of Indian business system. Functions. Working with Graphics. 7. UNIT-4 International business environment. competition act 2002. Francis Cherunilun. UNIT-3 Internal trade: Indian banking system. Creating Forms and Report. Mishra & Puri. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. selecting at least one question from each unit. New Delhi NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all.N. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. Business Environment. Suggested Readings: 1. PHI. GATT/WTO and trade liberalization. Theory marks: 70 . Indian Economy: Problems of Development & Planning 3. the issues and problems of SSI. Indian Economy 4. International Business Environment – Text & Cases. Creating Presentations. Using worksheet as Databases. components of business environment: public sector and private sector of Indian economy and their performance. Creating Charts. MS-ACCESS: Creating tables. multinational corporation and role in economic development. reforms in Indian banking sector. Aggarwal A. determinants of economic policy of India (latest) UNIT-2 The process of industrialsation in India. international trading environment. Mail Merge etc. Himalya Publications New Delhi 2. non banking financial institutions and its role in economy. New Delhi. types of business organizations. and Business. industrial sickness and its remedial measures. IMF and its commitment for India. Formatting. issues of globolisation of Indian business.. Vikas Publications. Slide show.K. stock exchange and its working. trading blocks and its significance. Creating Queries. Govt. Sen Gupta. the regimes of industrial policy. N.

Excel Books. C. Personnel Management. limitations of statistics. employees grievances and causes of industrial disputes. settlement of industrial disputes –collective bargaining. Pvt.Chhabra Dhanpat Rai & co.Internal marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3 hrs HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COURSE CODE: BCAM 202 UNIT-1 HRM & manpower planning: concept. Human Resource Management. quartile division. TMH. trade unions & their significance. scope and significance of HRM concept and HRD. kurtosis . Essentials of Human Resource Management & Industrial Relations. Theory Marks: 70 Internal marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3 hrs BUSINESS STATISTICS COURSE CODE BCAM 203 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS: UNIT-1 Definition. performance appraisal. promotions &transfer. fatigue and boredom. UNIT-2 Wage &salary administration: job analysis & job evaluation. welfare activities. New Delhi 4. V. Text.Memoria. UNIT-3 Maintenance & welfare: maintenance –employee health and safety. Mimbai. New Delhi 3. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. mean deviation and standard deviation skew ness. workers participation in management. UNIT-4 Industrial relations: industrial relations –meaning. recruitment. arithmetic mean median mode geometric mean. Aswthappa. measures of dispersion range. systems of wage payment incentive payment –fringe benefit and profit sharing. selection induction –training & development: operative training & executive development. Ltd. measures of central tendency’s. mediation & arbitration. meaning.P. harmonic mean. Suggested Readings: 1. assessment of hr needs.B. Himalaya Publication 2. T. New Delhi NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. Cases & games. functions of statistics. Rao. selecting at least one question from each unit..S. P. objectives and significance of cordial relations.N. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. Human Resource Management-Text & cases. Subba Rao. Himalaya publishing house 5. statistics & computers. wage and salary administration.

ole) menus. Statistical Methods by S. Statistics for Business & Economics.main screen. Poisson and normal distribution and their application. F-test Suggested Readings: 1. variables. creating MDI applications. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. help system. Vikas Publishing House New Delhi. trend measurement. Bhardwaj-Excel Books. loading and running programs. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. Chandan. New Delhi 3. merits & limitations of sampling.R. Hooda R. sampling – introduction. assignments &properly setting. timer. forms and control.P. least square method (fitting straight line only) UNIT-4 Probability theory & sampling: probability theory –concepts. Kothari C.UNIT-2 Correlation &regression: simple correlations between two variables (grouped & ungrouped data). An Introduction to statistical methods. concepts of time series. Business Statistics by R. shape. t -test. 2. fundamentals of visual basic programming – anatomy of a visual basic program. command button. Quantitative techniques.P. file list box. combo box. UNIT-3 Index numbers &time series analysis: uses & problems in constructing index numbers. fixed and chain based method. karl pear son’s coefficient of correlation. picture box label.S. working with windows.Gupta-Sultan Chand & Sons. N. built. user .. constants. NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. frame.arrays. check box. moving average method. methods.. code window. image. Theory Marks: 50 Time: 3 hrs PROGRAMMING IN VISUAL BASIC COURSE CODE: BCAM 204 UNIT-1 Visual basic environment . option box. selecting at least one question from each unit. data control. 5. advanced programming techniques . purpose & method of sampling. UNIT-2 Designing a form – controls (text box. McMillan India Ltd. probability rules – addition &multiplication theorem. time series analysis meaning &significance. Vikas Publishing House. regression lines indifference between correlation & regression. repeating operators. list box. rank correlation concept of regression. limitation. driver list box direst box.S. pointers. Delhi 4. J. binomial.in functions. vertical scroll box. horizontal scroll box. hypothesis testing: x2test. numbers. statement in visual basic. and events. file menu editing. working with objects at run time projects with multiple forms. making decisions. strings.

UNIT-2 Input/output –goals of the i/o software. Nutt. selecting at least one question from each unit. interface to UNIX/LINUX. network topologies . creating data base applications – accessing data with the data control Note: Reading to be suggested by concerned teacher. UNIT-4 Graphics –screen scales.machine languages. hub & switches . selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. logging into UNIX/LINUX . Modern Operating Systems. pixel control. file types.software requirement for LAN. memory management. file structure.operating system function. operating system structure. fourth – general languages. types of operating system. network concerns. Pearson Education. and ellipses. modem . Operating Systems. Prentice-Hall 2.manipulating objects built. compiler essentials. Prentice-Hall. recursion. UNIT-4 Network – overview of local area network . India NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. object. Deitel. paint pictured method. Operating Systems. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. hardware . file naming. stopping programs temporarily. creating programs with the data access objects. Operating Systems. Suggested Readings: 1.routers .input software. WAN. graphics via code. reasons for implementing networks. case analysis of typical LAN installation. overview of UNIX/LINUX-goals .files and directories in UNIX/LINUX. Tanenbaum. file attributes. file operations and memory. OPERATING SYSTEM AND NETWORKING COURSE CODE: BCAM 205 UNIT-1 History of operating systems .– defined functions and procedures. line and shape control. device drivers. UNIT-3 Objects . 4. UNIT-3 Brief description of programming languages . the goto. working with files. Theory marks: 50 Total Marks: 50 Time: 3hrs. creating and object in visual basic. the debugging tools. collections. building classes. the UNIX/LINUX shell . terminals. programming tools. Tools & techniques for testing and debugging – error handling. testing programs. file systemsdirectories. oriented languages. Addison-Wesley 3. circles. selecting not more . Tanenbaum. NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. high – level languages . lines boxes. assembler languages.mapped files. Woodhull. building larger projects. file access. output drivers. UNIX/LINUX utility programs.into visual basic. high – level and java programming packages. debug window.

evaluation of strategy. simple command Programs. environment scanning & sources of information. Business Policy and Strategy McCarthy. hierarchy of objectives. 6. File System.M. Basic Commands of file manipulation. structural implementation. Business Policy. synergy & capability profiles. Strategic Planning & Management. Minichiello & Curran All India Traveller 4.Use of Vi editor. Sultan Chand & Sons. intermediate & long run objectives. Business Policy. selecting at least one question from each unit. introduction to business policy & its functions.0.Prasad Published by Sultan Chands 3. UNIT-2 Search for & the setting of objectives. case studies.than 2 questions from each unit. External marks: 70 Internal marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs. short run. meaning of strategy. Working Directories and Pathnames. strength & weaknesses pertaining to setting of objectives. the role of CEO in formulation of objectives. strategic alternative & the process of strategic choice. Practical Marks: 50 Time: 3hrs VISUAL BASIC LAB COURSE CODE: BCAM 206 Development of Programme/s using Visual Basic 6. concept of strategic management & its process.K. UNIT-4 Leadership its role in strategic management issues & perspectives in functional policy implementation.preparation & discussions. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. New Delhi.Ghosh. Business Policy and Strategic By L. Azhar Kazmi Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Limited 2. . P. types & objectives. UNIT-3 Relationship between an enterprise & its environment. Practical Marks: 50 Time: 3hrs OPERATING SYSTEM LAB COURSE CODE: BCAM 207 Based on Windows NT and UNIX/LINUX. BUSINESS POLICY AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT COURSE CODE: BCAM 301 UNIT-1 Need for comprehensive approach to decision making & problem solving for the business enterprise. Bookseller 5. Suggested Readings: 1.

UNIT. New Delhi. Financial Management.2 investment decision: brief introduction of cost of capital budgeting.M. Et. 2. Vikas Publishing House. EPS-EBIT analysis. . selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. C. brief discussion on sources of long term finances. capital rationing.Business Policy Text & cases. 3. R.NPV and IRR. objectives of the firm. Kishore. Financial Management. P. Publishing House. Suggested Readings: 1. New Delhi NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all.Roland Christenson. Tata McGraw Hill.7. walter’s dividend model.V. (simple problems on capital budgeting methods) UNIT.G. UNIT. capital structure theories: NI. scope and function of finance managers.PBP. New Delhi. New Delhi. TMH. 4. Chandra. Theory Marks: 70 Internal Marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs. Khan and Jain. Financial Management. NOC and traditional approach. Taxman’s Publishing House. selecting at least one question from each unit.. ARR. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. selecting at least one question from each unit. External Marks: 70 Internal Marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Paper Code: BCAM-302 UNIT.1 Evolution. IRWIN Homewook Illions NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. receivable and inventory. (simple problem on operating cycle and inventory management). Financial Management.Kulkarni & B.3 Financing decision: financial leverage. Financial Management.Satyaprasad (PVK) . Himalaya 5. brief discussion on management of cash. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. profit Vs wealth maximization. working capital of concept and operating cycle method. 6.4 Dividend decision and management of working capital: determinants of dividend policy. Prasanna. Pandey I.

elements.structured analysis. Tata McGraw hill publishing Co. product management. 3. 4. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit.channel mix and alternative channels. marketing audit and sales control. Fundamentals of marketing. Thomson learning. Bombay. strategy of product line. Stanton. testing of advertising & effectiveness. UNIT-2 Project selection. structured design. e-r models.meaning. William J.al. copy and layout. Saxena.MARKETING MANAGEMENT COURSE CODE: BCAM 303 UNIT-1 Introduction: marketing concept. international marketing. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. market segmentation. selecting at least one question from each unit. organisation of sales force. Ltd. consumer behaviour. Marketing management. McGraw Hill publishing Co. preliminary investigation feasibility study.meaning and decision areas Suggested Readings: 1. tools & objectives. sales forecasting. personnel selling. case studies in marketing. Rajan. pricing policies & pricing techniques. Pearson education. marketing mix. and methods. factors affecting channels. channel choice criteria. UNIT-3 promotion decision: sales promotion. development of new products. prototypes. branding & packaging. UNIT-2 place & sales force decisions: distribution management. meaning & role of advertising. system development life cycle. Srinivas. marketing information systems. New Delhi 5. UNIT-4 Marketing research & international marketing: elements. External marks: 70 Internal marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs.et. advertising theme. New Delhi. prentice hall of India. kind of sales promotion. SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN COURSE CODE: BCAM 304 UNIT-1 Overview of system analysis and design. product life cycle. product & product decisions. importance & areas of marketing research. Zikmund. case tools. Ltd. New Delhi NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all.sources of projects requests. Kotler Philip and Armstrong. structured programming. Gary marketing: an introduction. nature and scope.technical and economical . Marketing. New Delhi 2001 2. sales organisation-selection & training of sales force. managing project review and selection.business systems concepts. system methodologies. advertising media selection.

email. personnel estimates. Galgotia Publications 2.teams. file organization. UNIT-3 Design & implementation. process organization and interactions. testing practices and plans. system controls.the role of extranets and typical example. client/server networks. data elements and record structure. office communication systems. programming technique. SAD Methods. decision analysis. dialing of networking. adding file types in ms internet explorer working with netscape. UNIT-4 Hardware and software selection: hardware acquisition. environment for dialup networking. web designing tools & techniques. system back up plans. system maintenance & evaluation. Witten Jeffrey. concepts. vendor selection. overview of internet works. Semn. data flow diagrams. operational feasibility. DHTML. UNIT-4 Enterprise collaboration system.feasibility. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. extranet. search engine concept. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. memory processes. system administration plan. subscribing to news groups. internet phone and fax. interactive marketing. Analysis & Design of Information Systems. units and integration testing. data communication networks. business value of intranets. setting windows. audio on internet. bench marking. data dictionaries. system flow charts.modularization. use of internet. documentation and user manuals. screen displays. INTERNET TECHNOLOGY COURSE CODE: BCAM 305 UNIT-1 Introduction to networking. groupware for enterprise collaboration. web publishing.fact finding techniques. software selection operating system languages. Mc Graw International Editions NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. project management. Theory Marks: 50 Time: 3hrs. e-commerce. system requirement specifications and analysis. tools. web site designing using HTML.concept. inter organizational network. introduction to ms-back office and . UNIT-2 Electronic communication. internet. performance and acceptance criteria. peripherals. UNIT-3 Intranet. language processes. system recovery plans. audit trails. decision trees and tables. preparation of physical sites and user training. workgroups and collaboration. intranets and extranets.James. business. selecting at least one question from each unit. applications of intranets.introduction. Suggested Readings: 1. ISP. schema structures. module specification.

foundations of organization behaviour. Dwivedi. R. reasons of formation of groups. perceptual selectivity. managerial processes: motivation & leadership Suggested Readings: 1. types of conflicts: individual. convert the word documents to HTML. Vikas Publishing House. process of conflict.S. human Relation & Organizational Behaviour. group conflicts. management of document spacing. Macmillan India Ltd.Meerut NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. New . group norms. team building. New Delhi 3. transactional analysis. establishing links. New Delhi 4. user level operation in all cases. Theory Marks: 70 Internal Marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR COURSE CODE: BCAM 401 UNIT-1 Organizational behaviour. group & organisational level. build a simple HTML documents. resistance to change. Practical Marks: 50 Time: 3hrs INTERNET TECHNOLOGY LAB COURSE CODE: BCAM 306 HTML & DHTML: Recognize HTML & DHTML document. Basics of usage of MS-Back office & lotus notes.Organizational Behaviour. management of change. New Delhi 2. notes.. Organizational Behaviour. UNIT-4 interpersonal dynamics: meaning. selecting at least one question from each unit. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. Mishra M. significance & process of interpersonal relationship. TMH. McSchane. Prentice Hall of India. adding multimedia documents.. process of group formation. create a home page.N. perception: concept of perception. Fundamentals of IT by Chanchal & Mittal-Pragati Prakashan. change: meaning. and managerial implications of perception. UNIT-2 Group dynamics: concepts & types of groups. IT -2nd Edition by Trevor Arden. Suggested Readings: 1. UNIT-3 Conflict: meaning. S. inserting math functions & tables.P. group cohesiveness. Robbins. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. Organisation Behaviour. concept.Pitman Publishing House 2.lotus. convert all types of Files to HTML or DHTML. add character effects.

Cost & Management Accounting by Saxena and Vashist-text. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. sales. Management Accounting. CVP (cost volume profit) analysis. absorption costing versus marginal costing. significance & limitations and distinction between financial accounting & management accounting. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all.concepts & social accounting Suggested Readings: 1. management accounting: meaning.. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. New Delhi NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. Theory Marks: 70 Internal Marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs QUANTITATIVE APPLICATION TO MANAGERIAL DECISION MAKING . selecting at least one question from each unit. uses and limitations. determination of standard cost. cost accounting: classification of cost.Delhi 5.Sharma & Shashi.M.S. selecting at least one question from each unit. Management Accounting-Principles and Practise by R. various types of budgetscash. its uses and limitations. nature.K. responsibility accounting. cash flow statement. Pandey. variance analysis & material. Chandan J. scope. UNIT-4 Standard costing: meaning and uses of standard cost and costing. UNIT-3 budgetary control: meaning. Elements of Cost accounting by Maheshwari & Mittal 3. ratio analysis. techniques & information and their uses in management decision-making. Theory Marks: 70 Internal Marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs MANAGEMENT & COST ACCOUNTING COURSE CODE: BCAM 402 UNIT-1 objective: the objective of this course is to develop understanding of the accounting tools. I. Vikas Publishing House.Gupta 2. Cost Accounting-theory and problems by Maheshwari & Mittal 4. flexible budgets and their preparation. Vikas Publishing House. problem and Solutions 5. UNIT-2 analysis of financial statements.K. Organizational Behaviour. New Delhi NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. BEP analysis. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. labour and sales variances.

COURSE CODE: BCAM 403 UNIT-1 Linear programmign-1: (identification and formulation). S. office automation systems. assumptions. operational information systems/ transaction processing systems. unbalanced assignment problem. IT applications. formulation of a linear-programming problem. transportation and transshipment: simple problem involving NWC method.An Introduction. Suggested Readings: 1. UNIT-3 . introduction. IT industry scenario. Sharma (SDS): Operations Research. traveling salesman problem. strategic information systems. Macmillan 4. (minimization and maximization objective). duality. Published by Kedarnath & Sons 3.A.K. Sultan Chand 2. selecting at least one question from each unit.D. J. Vikas Publication. test of optimality: involving stepping stone and MODI method UNIT-3 Assignment models: mathematical statement. Kantiswaroop. Theory Marks: 50 Total Marks: 50 Time: 3hrs MIS AND DBMS COURSE CODE: BCAM 404 UNIT-1 introduction to MIS. Taha (HAT): Operations Research. VOGELS approximation method.information systems to functional business areas. applications of business . multiple optional solutions. linear programming II: graphical method.K. H. least cost method. Published by PHI 5. Kapoor. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. security of systems. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. BPR & IT. V. UNIT-2 Information systems planning: critical success factor in implementation of information technology. advantages and disadvantages UNIT-2 Simplex method. management information systems. Gupta P. terminology of linear programming. New Delhi NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. limitations. Sharma (JKS): Operations Research –Theory & Applications. hungarian method. Operations Research. quality control requirements and standards. & Manmohan (KGM) operations Research. advantages. restrictions. simulation techniques.K. UNIT-4 Game theory (elementary) queuing theory (elementary models) M/M/I only.strategic uses of IT.

logical functions. database design to visual FoxPro Suggested Readings: 1. entertainment. images. addition Wesley 3. numeric functions. user interface. data modeling using E-R diagram. Addison Wesley 2. procedures. University Press 3.J. Introduction To Database Management System. Theory Marks: 50 Total Marks: 50 Time: 3hrs MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY COURSE CODE: BCAM 405 UNIT-1 Multimedia. Date. macros. TMII 2. Suggested Readings: 1.C. AddisonWesley NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. Majumdar and Bhattacharya. An Introduction To Database Management Systems. compression standards. brief survey of speech recognition & generation. schemas and instances. iterative commands. Multimedia and the web. Leffote. database models (hierarchical. file types. input & output commands. multimedia building blocks (text. brief introduction to visual FoxPro. UNIT-4 Advanced data models & emerging trends. video). Database Management System .Introduction.Navathe. environment . MPEG motion video. data dependencies. activate menu & windows. basic concepts & architecture. control keys. business. assembling and developing the projects. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. mm devices. James. sound. Patrick Dillon. multimedia hardware (windows production platforms & peripherals). The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all.object oriented databases. E. Galgotia Publication 4. operations.A O’Brien . UNIT –2 Digital video & image compression. Bufford. database language and interfaces. animation. applications of multimedia( education. B. Prentice Hall Practical Marks: 50 Time: 3hrs DBMS LAB Course Code: BCAM 406 Based on visual FoxPro. C. JPEG image. Multimedia Systems.introduction. network and relational). etc UNIT – 4 Multimedia software (authorizing tools). Fundamentals of Database Management Systems. presentation devices.Desai. Multimedia in Practice. selecting at least one question from each unit. create command. Management Information System. DVI technology UNIT – 3 Concept of designing.TMII 5.

image blending. color corrections. Theory Marks: 70 Internal marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs MERCANTILE LAW COURSE CODE: BCAM 502 . selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit.adobe photoshop. Lab to include MIS for a typical organization. role-plays & seminars etc. Realities of public relation By Doug Newron. its present status & future scope. lobbying. dealing with parliamentary committees. Public relation for your business by Frank Jefkins Excel books. special groups. mail management system. New Delhi 3. shadows. retouching etc. Applied public relation and communication By K. Suggested Readings: 1. optimizing grayscale images. corel draw and animator pro contents: tool & palette primer. role of professional organizations in context to framing & execution of code of ethics. Sultan Chand. Practical public Relations By Sam Black. house journal & other media. corporate personality UNIT-3 Public opinion its formation & change UNIT-4 Public sector pr. selecting at least one question from each unit. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all.functions. bank accounting system. Theory Marks: 70 Internal Marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs PUBLIC RELATION & APPLIED COMMUNICATIONS Course code: BCAM 501 UNIT-1 Development of pr in India. New Delhi 2. role of communication in public relation (internal & external) UNIT-2 Interaction between management & employees. drawing curves. advertising & public relation. Practical Marks: 50 Time: 3hrs MULTIMEDIA TECHONOLOGY LAB Course Code: BCAM 407 Lab based on multimedia tools. Wardswort Learning. Australia NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. library management system.R Balan. Universal Book Stall. New Delhi 4. scanner setting.

significance & applications. lifestyle and psychographic segmentation.D. New Delhi . consumer behaviour. UNIT-3 Factory’s act 1948: definitions. Thomson learning. Sheth.D.Kapoor Sultan Chand New Delhi 4. UNIT-2 Environmental influences as consumer behavior: culture. learning & memory. attitude. rights of unpaid seller. capacity to buy and sell. definition. personality and self-concept. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. Income Tax Law :Practices: H. family.Mehrotra Sahitya Bhawan Agra 5. Suggested Readings: 1. provisions for safety health and welfare.UNIT-1 Company’s act 1956: meanings. industrial dispute’s act: definition & authorities for settlement of disputes. UNIT-4 income tax act: concept of assessment year. contract act 1872: essentials of valid contract UNIT-2 Sales of goods act 1930: formation of contract of sales.C. agricultural income & overview of heads of income (no specific question on 1 head). Bombay 2. case studies. previous year. post purchasing behavior. Industrial Law : NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. selecting at least one question from each unit. Theory Marks: 70 Internal Marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR Course code: BCAM 503 UNIT-1 Consumer behavior. Mercantile Law : N. rule of caveat emptor. vikas publishing house. Company Law : N. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. assessee. UNIT-3 Individuals determinants of consumer behavior. Mercantile Law : M. bail agreement. search &evaluation. conditions and warranties. UNIT-4 Consumer decision process.Kuchhal Vikas Publishing house New Delhi 3. kinds & formation of company. Roger Blackwell. problem recognition. purchasing process. Suggested Readings: 1.Kapoor Sultan Chand New Delhi 2. Customer Behaviour.C. social groups.

size metrics (mc cables cyclomatic complexity). quality assurance plans . Suggested Readings: 1. hospital management system.Himalaya 6. Addison Wasley.2001 5. constraints. Ltd. . introduction to ERP. Vol I & II . etc. design objectives. halstead theory. UNIT – 2 E. cost estimations. Galgotia Publ Theory Marks:50 Time:3hrs SOFTWARE ENGINEERING Course Code:BCAM 505 UNIT-1 Concept of software engineering. cohesion). Sultan 4. Korth.2001 7. Gupta S. function point analysis.L.Y. prototyping structured programming. UNIT – 4 features of MS-SQL server/oracle. components of a DBMS.3. applications of e-r diagram in library management system. EE-R diagrams UNIT 3 Languages & system. specifying constraints & indexes in SQL. coupling. project monitoring plans. UNIT-3 System design.J. New Delhi NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. project scheduling. software characteristics. advantage & disadvantage of DBMS. . Addison Wasley 3.R diagram. Navathe. Vipin C. B. Introduction to DBMS. storage organisation of relations.. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. Shamkant. Database Management System. C. role of metrics and measurement software quality factors. selecting at least one question from each unit. Consumer Behaviour in Indian perspective 1st ed. N. New Delhi 1st ed. Assael. publishing house. relational algorithm SQL. Chand & Sons. & Sumitra Pal .data definition in SQL. Suja R. process models. relational data base design. consumer behaviour: An Indian perspective. An Introduction to DBMS. concepts. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. 2. Desai. Consumer Behaviour. data models. effective modular design (functional independence. UNIT-2 Software development: phases. Nair. views and queries. software metrices and models: process and product metrics. Date. New Delhi . Theory Marks: 50 Time: 3hrs RDBMS Course Code: BCAM 504 UNIT –1 RDBMS introduction. Asian books Pvt. Henry. COCOMO. design tools and techniques.

test case design.Prentice Hall of India. functional and structural testing. Prentice Hall of India. updating tables. Fundamentals of Software Engineering. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. 3. Theory Marks: 70 Internal Marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs. UNIT-2 Concept: need and significance of entrepreneurship development in global contexts. setting data constraints.UNIT-4 Coding. hyperlinks. Ghezzi . experience and strategies. modifying structures of tables. unit and integration testing. office assistant. selecting at least one question from each unit. Pressman Software Engineering: A Practitioner’s Approach . . test plan. resource contouring.Mc Graw Hill NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. testing. Fundamentals of Software Engineering . activities during testing. logical operators. 2. earned value calculations & graphics.project task splitting. New Delhi.project/primavera Basics of MS. resource pooling etc. Rajib Mali . entrepreneurship development – concepts. cross project linking. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. database triggers. Practical Marks: 50 Time: 3hrs RDBMS LAB Course Code: BCAM 506 Lab based on oracle 8 /MS-SQL-server Getting started. view bar. effort driven scheduling. ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT Course Code: BCAM 601 UNIT-1 Objective: the objective of the course is to acquaint the student with the students with the growth of entrepreneurship and its role in industrial development of a country and impart knowledge of the basic problems of management of small business units. testing fundamentals. New Delhi. project map. verification. dynamics of entrepreneurship development. creating tables. reports using RPT/RPF. oracle functions SQL forms. monitoring and control. pert analysis. multiple critical paths. Practical Marks: 50 Time: 3hrs CASE TOOL LAB Course Code: BCAM 507 Based on ms. process. Suggested Readings: 1. faces of select command. SQL menu procedures& functions. SQL report writer.

Srinivasan. types of foreign investment & factors affecting foreign investment. Publisher-Sultan Chand & Sons. exchange rate regimes and IMF. trading blocks.UNIT-3 Entrepreneurship quality/motivation: the entrepreneurship. pub by National Institute for 2.P.P. Theory Marks: 70 Internal Marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs. need for going international. WTO. commodity agreements. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (NIESBUD). S. UNIT –II Trade & international investment. export oriented units (E.A. 1992 4.myths and misconception.. Kumar. Suggested Readings: .A. modernization & expansion of enterprise. H. Mishra.N. multinational corporations. selecting at least one question from each unit. sensing business opportunity & identifying product. Desai. trends in international trade. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Course Code: BCAM 602 UNIT –I International business environment. theories of trade. export houses & trading houses. Suggested Readings: 1.Pathak. evaluation of policies. growth. organizations/institutions involved in international business promotions.B. UNIT – IV Tariff and non tariff barriers.Zs). qualities.P. business plan preparation – procedure & steps. process and experience of developing entrepreneurial qualities. Okhla 3. market survey & demand analysis. Entrepreneurship Development by C. characteristics and role demanded of an entrepreneur. New Delhi NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. NSICPTCB Campus. Entrepreneurship Development by Dr. UNIT-4 Enterprise launching & resourcing: government programmes. policies. Ashish. steps of setting new enterprise. S. New Delhi 6.. Discovery.” Entrepreneurship in small industry”. globalization of world economy & business. Published by (NIESBUD). scanning business environment. incentives and institutional networking for enterprise setting. Product Selection by Prof. Gupta & N. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. “Entrepreneur and Environment”. NSIC-PTC Campus Okhla 5.O Us) & export processing zones (E.N. UNIT-III Trade policy & regulation in India – EXIM policy.

business-to-business commerce.1. levels of distribution transparency. S. Suggested Readings: 1. concepts.Navathe.Brien.C. foundation of e-commerce. Fundamentals of Database Management System. 3. technology. J. cultural. management of distributed transactions and heterogeneous databases. techniques & design. Shiva Ramu. electronic payments and security. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all.Kumar for Anmol Publications Pvt. global business and it application. global business and it strategies. reference architecture. political and geoeconomic challenges. distributed processing concerns. e-commerce UNIT-3 Introduction. Introduction to Database System. applications. global it platforms. TMII. Frances Cherunillum International Marketing 5. TMH 5. Addison-Wesley .Varshney & B. Bombay NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. B. the global company. C.global it management.K. distributed database management UNIT-2 Distributed DBMS features and needs. Majumdar and Bhattacharya. Black 4.Date. global data issues. global systems development. Database Management System. Delhi. New Delhi and printed at Mehra offset Press. global information technology management: UNIT-4 Brief introduction to.Desai. 2. Sultan Chand & Sons Publication. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. brief introduction to concurrency control. V. Thomson learning. selecting at least one question from each unit. description of various e-commerce tools available in market. An Introduction to Database Management System.L. 2. James. businesstoconsumer commerce. International Marketing Management. allocation criteria.J.AO. 3. effective distributed processing systems.Bhalla: International Business Environment and Management. distributed database designfragmentation.L. Management of Information System. AdditionWesley 4. Anant Sundram International Business Environment. Cyinkota. E.. translation of global queries/global query optimization. replication. query execution and access plan. International Business . Galgotia Publication.Bhattacharya. storage mechanisms. Theory Marks:70 Internal Marks: 30 Total marks:100 Time: 3hrs DISTRIBUTED DATABASE MANAGEMENT Course Code: BCAM 603 UNIT-1 Distributed processing reasons for implementing distributed processing. Ltd. R.

selecting at least one question from each unit. French W. Organisation Development For Excellence.mergers.L And Bell C. Organisation Development. Sri Ram center for Industrial Relation. O. Thomson Learning.W. Prentice Hall Inc. interventions. NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. Bombay 5. 1980. internal re-structuring. nature & types: organisation level. Burke. Suggested Readings: 1. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. Cummings.D. W. 3. 2. Macmillan Indian Ltd.D. Organisation Development. intergroup level& other interventions.H. 4. UNIT-3 O. Ahmad. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. UNIT-2 O. The candidates are required to attempt any five questions in all. Prentice Hall New Delhi. equity participation.D.NOTE: The external examiner will set 8 questions in all. Organisation Development and Change. Englewood Cliffs. in Indian context.Abad. UNIT-4 Methods of organisations restructuring. selecting at least one question from each unit. origin & significance of organisation development. strategic alliances & their pros & cons. New Delhi. . . goals dimensions of O. Theory Marks: 70 Internal Marks: 30 Total Marks: 100 Time: 3hrs ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Course Code: BCAM 604 UNIT-1 Nature. & governments liberalization & globalization policies. selecting not more than 2 questions from each unit. Prasad Kesho. 1995.D. Developing effective organization. New Delhi.