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BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SYLLABUS AND EXAMINATION SCHEME 2007-2010 2007-2010

CO-ORDINATOR, B.B.A. PROGRAMME INSTITUTE OF COMMERCE AND MANAAGEMENT CITY CENTRE ROAD, GWALIOR-474002 (M.P.)

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SYLLABUS


AND EXAMINATION SCHEME (SIX SEMESTER PROGRAMME) (w.e.f. July 2007)
SEMSTER I Paper Code BBA-101 BBA-102 BBA-103 BBA-104 BBA-105 BBA-106 Managerial Process Financial Accounting Business Mathematics Business Organization Business Communication Personality Development Course Marks Internal 10 10 10 10 10 25 External 40 40 40 40 40 25 TOTAL SEMSTER II Paper Code BBA-201 BBA-202 BBA-203 BBA-204 BBA-205 BBA-206 Managerial Economics Legal Environment of Business Business Statistics Cost Accounting Computer Applications Comprehensive Viva-Voce Course Marks Internal 10 10 10 10 10 25 External 40 40 40 40 40 25 TOTAL SEMSTER III Paper Code BBA-301 BBA-302 BBA-303 BBA-304 BBA-305 BBA-306 Business Environment Company Law Quantitative Techniques Higher Accounting Organizational Behavior Industrial Tour Report and Viva-Voce Course Marks Internal 10 10 10 10 10 -External 40 40 40 40 40 50 Total Max. Marks 50 50 50 50 50 50 300 Max. Marks 50 50 50 50 50 50 300 Max. Marks 50 50 50 50 50 50 300

SEMSTER IV Paper Code BBA-401 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Marketing Management Financial Management Human Resource Management Income Tax Laws & Practices Business Research Course Marks Internal 10 External 40 Max. Marks 50

BBA-402 BBA-403 BBA-404 BBA-405 BBA-406

10 10 10 10 10

40 40 40 40 40 TOTAL

50 50 50 50 50 300

SEMSTER V Paper Code Compulsory Papers BBA-501 BBA-502 BBA-503 Management Information Systems Banking Law and Practices Insurance Management 10 10 10 40 40 40 50 50 50 Course Marks Internal External Max. Marks

Optional-Specialization areas Students are required to select any TWO out of FIVE specialization areas (A) Marketing (B) Finance (C) Human Resource Management

(A)

Marketing : Advertising and Sales Management Marketing Research Consumer Behavior 10 10 10 40 40 40 50 50 50

BBA-M-504 BBA-M-505 BBA-M-503 (B) Finance

BBA-F-504 BBA-F-505 BBA-F-506

Management of Financial Institutions Investment Management Indian Financial System

10 10 10

40 40 40

50 50 50

(C)

Human Resource Management Management Training and Development Industrial Relations Human Resource Planning and Development Project Report and Viva-Voce 10 10 10 -40 40 40 50 TOTAL 50 50 50 50 350

BBA-HRM-504 BBA-HRM-505 BBA-HRM-506 BBA-507

SEMSTER VI Paper Code Compulsory Paper BBA-601 BBA-602 BBA-603 Business Policy Operations Research Accounting for Managerial Decision 10 10 10 40 40 40 50 50 50 Course Marks Internal External Max. Marks

Optional-Specialization areas Students are required to select TWO specialization areas according to Fifth Semester out of FIVE (A) Marketing (B) Finance (C) Human Resource Management (A) Marketing : Industrial Marketing Rural and Agriculture Marketing Services Marketing 10 10 10 40 40 40 50 50 50

BBA-M-604 BBA-M-605 BBA-M-506

(B)

Finance Financial Analysis and Decision Making Business Taxation Project Planning and Management 10 10 10 40 40 40 50 50 50

BBA-F-604 BBA-F-605 BBA-F-606

(C)

Human Resource Management Social Security and welfare Organization change and development Industrial Laws Comprehensive Viva-Voce 10 10 10 25 40 40 40 25 50 50 50 50 350

BBA-HRM-604 BBA-HRM-605 BBA-HRM-606 BBA-607

GRAND TOTAL

IMPORTANT NOTES : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Personality development (Course BBA 306) activities will be assessed jointly by one internal and one external examiner. Industrial To ur (Course BBA 306) shall be examined by the external examiner who will be invited to conduct the viva-voce examination. All the expenses of industrial tour will be shared by students of BBA III semester. The Summer Training Project will be based on the in-plant training of the students in IV semester (May-June) for a minimum period of six weeks. The students will have to submit their Summer Training Project Report at least seven days before the commencement of their V-semester external written exams. One copy of such report will be submitted by them in the office of the Coordinator, BBA program/Institute for evaluation. Evaluation of the papers BBA-206 and BBA-607 would be conducted jointly by one internal and one external Examiner. The Project Report of BBA V Semester will prepared by the student himself. Institute will not provide any guide for this purpose. The Project Report (BBA-507) shall be examined by the external examiner who will be invited to conduct the Viva-Voce examination based on Project Report. Institute reserves the right not to offer those options/electives/courses to the Students of BBA for which adequate teaching facilities do not exist in the institution. The decision of the Co-ordinator / Principal will be final in this matter.

6. 7.

7.

SCHEME of ASSESSMENT :
The BBA program is based on continuous internal assessment as well as end semester external examination. The scheme of internal assessment is as follows Marks of Sectionals : Class tests during the semester will be conducted by the teacher concerned and the sessional marks of internal assessment will be finalized by the teacher concerned. The sessional marks shall be based on. (a) (b) Marks of two best class test out of three tests conducted during the semester will be sent to the University. Candidate is required to secure a minimum of 40% marks in individual course in order to pass the internal assessment. The students must be very punctual and attentive to test as there is no provision for make-up test on any ground. Minimum Pass Marks : In order to pass the semester, an examinee shall have to secure minimum 40% marks in individual papers. He/She will also be required to obtain a minimum 40% marks in sessional, separately. Beside securing 40% marks in each paper and sessional. The candidate will have to secure a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate. Division in examination : A candidate having secured 60% marks or above will be awarded first division, Candidates securing 50% but less than 60% marks in aggregate will be placed in second division. There will be no third division in the program.

Scheme of Promotion to Next Semester : The student failed in more than two papers / courses in a semester (either in internal or external) will not be promoted in the next semester. Thus, in order to get promotion to the next semester, candidates will have to clear at least 4 papers / courses in first to fourth semesters and 5 papers / courses in fifth / sixth semesters. The back paper or students failing in 1st and 3rd Semester will be conducted along with rd th nd their 3 and 5 semester examinations respectively. Similarly, those failing in 2 and th th th 4 semester will get chance to clear their back paper along with their 4 and 6 semester examinations respectively. However, students failing in their final year i.e. Vth and VIth semester will have to wait for the next concerning semester to clear their back paper. The students having semester back will give their papers with their next concerning semester examination. There is no provision of special back / semester back after semester examinations. An examinee who has failed in internal examination shall be required to register himself fresh for doing the sessional work in the next concerning semester in the paper / course. He will also be required to submit his examination form for internal assessment. The internal assessment awarded to a candidate who fails in the university end semester examination shall be carried forward to the next concerning semester. In case a candidate fails in any internal / end semester examination (either in one course or in all). He will be allowed two attempts more to clear that course. However, if a candidate fails to pass in semester examination even after the two additional attempts other than the original one, he will be required to leave the course.

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Paper Code : BBA 101 Name : MANAGERIAL PROCESS

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Introduction : Concept, Significance and Nature of Management, Management Process, Management and Administration, Functions and Principles of Management, Levels of Management, Functional areas of Management, Professionalization of Management in India. Planning and Decision Making : Concept of Nature of planning, Objectives and Components of planning, Nature and Process of planning. Process of Planning, Dimensions / Types of Planning, Tools and Techniques of planning. Decision-Making Nature, Significance and Process, Techniques of decision making.

Unit II

Unit III

Organizing : Concept, Importance and Elements of Organization, Process and Principles of organization, Theories of Organization, Organization structure, Organization charts and manuals.

Unit IV

Directing and Communication : Concept, Nature, Scope, Principles and Techniques of direction, Concept and Process of communication, Channel / Media of communication, Barriers to effective communication.

Unit V

Controlling : Concept, Objectives, Process and Principles of control, Various control techniques in detail.

Paper Code : BBA 102 Name : FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Nature and Objectives, Concepts, Conventions and Principles of accounting, Double entry system, Journal, Ledger, Cash book and Trial balance, Preparation of Bank Reconciliation statement. Concept of Capital and Revenue, Final accounts with adjustment, Depreciation accounting. Accounts of Non-Trading Institutions Receipts and payment account, Income and expenditure accounts, Single entry system.

Unit II

Unit III

Unit IV Unit V

Accounting for Joint venture, Consignment accounts and Royalty accounts. Branch accounts and Departmental accounts.

Paper Code : BBA 103 Name : BUSINESS MATHEMATICS

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Ratio and proportion, logarithms, Percentage, Average, Permutation and Combination. Commission, Brokerage and discount, Rates and taxes, stocks and shares, Simple Annuities, Present value and Discount Simple and compound interest, Profit & Loss account. Matrices : Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication of Matrices, Inverse of Matrices, System of Linear Equations and its applications.

Unit II

Unit III

Unit IV

Functions, Types of functions, Applications of linear functions in Business, Simple equations, Quadratic equations, Simultaneous equations and problems thereon. Differentiation of functions of single variable (excluding trigonometric functions), Break even Analysis, Simple problems of Maxima and Minima.

Unit V

Paper Code : BBA 104 Name : BUSINESS ORGANISATION

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Introduction : Concept and Nature of business and organization, Objectives of business, Classification of business activities, Environment of business system, Social responsibility of business.

Unit II

Promotion and Forms of Business organization : Concept and stages of promotion. Position and functions of promoter, Promotion of new business. Forms of business organization, sole trader, partnership. Joind stock company and co-operative institution. Location : Theories of industrial location, Factors affecting the location of industry. Government policy towards the localization. Concept of combination, Merits, Demerits and Types of combination.

Unit III

Unit IV

Stock Exchange : Meaning. Objectives and Importance of stock exchange in India. Role and Responsibilities of Board of Directors of Stock exchange.

Unit V

Public Enterprises Concept and Objectives of public enterprises, Forms of Organization Departmental undertakings, Public corporations, Government companies, New policy for public enterprises in India.

Paper Code : BBA 105 Name : BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Meaning and Objectives of Communication, Significance of Communication in business organization and its process. Barriers to communication, Essentials of effective communication, channels of communication, Media of Communication. Nature & Characteristics of Group Communication, Committees : Meaning, essentials, advantages and disadvantages and types of Committees. Conferences: Meaning, Essentials, conference and committee. importance and difference between

Unit II

Unit III

Unit IV

Drafting of effective business letter, practice of business letters (a) Esquires and Replies (b) Order and their execution (c) Complaints and Adjustment (d) Collection letter (e) Sales letter and Memo. Drafting of Notice, Agenda, Minutes, Report writing, Effective Listening, Public Speech, Interviewing skills.

Unit V

Paper Code : BBA 106 Name : PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Debates, Seminars, Group discussion, Presentations, Paper writing, Management games and Library activities will conducted during this course.

Paper Code : BBA 201 Name : MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Nature and Scope of Managerial Economics : Nature, Scope and Significance of managerial economics, Five Fundamental concepts, Role and Responsibility of Managerial Economists.

Unit II

Analysis of Individual Demand : Meaning of demand, Measurement of utility, Consumers equilibrium, The law of demand, Law of diminishing marginal utility, Indifference curve.

Unit III

Theory of Production : Basic concepts of production, Laws of production, Laws of returns to scale, Laws of returns to scale through production function, Optional input combination.

Unit IV

Market Demand and Demand Elasticities : Meaning of market demand, Types of demand, Determinants of market demand, Demand function, Elasticity of demand.

Unit V

Demand Forecasting : Meaning of demand forecasting, Techniques of forecasting demand Survey and Statistical methods.

Paper Code : BBA 202 Name : LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Indian Contract Act 1872 : Major provision of contract act with indemnity and guarantee.

Unit II

Indian Contract Act. 1872 (Contd.) : Major provisions of contract act with Bailment, Pledge and Agency.

Unit III

Sales of Goods Act. 1930 : Major provisions of sales of goods act.

Unit IV

Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 : Major provisions of negotiable instruments act.

Unit V

Partnership Act. 1932 : Major provisions of partnership act.

Paper Code : BBA 203 Name : BUSINESS STATISTICS

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Introduction : Concept, Scope, Nature, Importance and limitations of statistics, functions of statistics, Distrust of statistics, misuse of statistics, planning of statistical enquiry, collection of data, editing of statistical data, classification and tabulation of data, census and sample investigation. Statistical Averages : Arithmetic average, Weighted mean, Mode Median and geometric mean, weighted geometric mean, uses of various averages and limitations of averages.

Unit II

Unit III

Dispersion and Skew ness : Concept of Dispersion, Methods of measuring dispersion, Quartile deviation, Mean deviation and Standard deviation, Coefficient of variation, Co-efficient of skewness - Karl Pearsens and Bowleys.

Unit IV

Index Numbers : Meaning and uses of index number, Methods of constructing index numbers Simple, Aggregative method, Weighted aggregative methods, Fishers Ideal Method.

Unit V

Correlation Analysis : Concept and Importance of correlation, Types of correlation, Co-efficient of correlation method by Karl Pearsens, Spearmans and Concurrent deviation, Probable error.

Paper Code : BBA 204 Name : COST ACCOUNTING

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Review of Major Cost Concepts : Concept of cost Accounting, Objectives and Functions of cost accounting. Elements and Classification of cost. Concept of Material control, Control methods, Methods of Pricing material issues.

Unit II

Labor Control and overhead Control : Methods of labor Remuneration, Labor turnover, Classification of overhead. Allocation, Apportionment and absorption of overhead. Machine hour rate and labor hour rate.

Unit III

Cost System : Preparation of cost sheet, Calculation of quotation price, Cost audit and various techniques of cost reduction.

Unit IV

Process Costing : Simple process accounts, Treatment of normal and abnormal losses. Inter process profits, Equivalent production.

Unit V

Operation Costing : Concept and Objectives of operating cost, Transport power house and hotel and Canteen costing.

Paper Code : BBA 205 Name : COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Introduction to computer, history and Generation of computers, Classification of computers, Components and functioning of computers, Input Output devices, Black diagram of computers, Types of memories. Introduction to operating system, Types of operating system, Development of operating system Serial processing, Batch processing, Multiprogramming, Realtime, On-line, Multitasking and Multi user system. MS Word : Word-basics, Document and Template, Creating and Modifying documents, Mail merge. MS Excel : Introduction to MS-Excel, Data-sorting and functions: Round (), Sort (), Average (), Max (), Count (), Sum (), If (), Sum if (), ABS (), Roman (), Upper (), Lower (), Cell (), Today (), Now ().

Unit II

Unit III

Unit IV

Power Point : Introduction, Parts of power point window, Changing font, Inserting, Copying, Moving picture & text, New slide, Entering data to graph and map, Design template, Color box, Auto content wizard, Templates. Internet : Internet : Concept Types and A dvantages, Types of interconnection, modems, Getting registered for email-accounts, sending and receiving e-mails, www., search engine, Web browser.

Unit V

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SYLLABUS AND EXAMINATION SCHEME 2007-2010 2007-2010

CO-ORDINATOR, B.B.A. PROGRAMME


ADITYA COLLEGE, 6-C,GLOBAL SQUARE KAILASH VIHAR CITY CENTRE, GWALIOR-474011 (M.P.)

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SYLLABUS


AND EXAMINATION SCHEME (SIX SEMESTER PROGRAMME) (w.e.f. July 2007)
SEMSTER I Paper Code BBA-101 BBA-102 BBA-103 BBA-104 BBA-105 BBA-106 Managerial Process Financial Accounting Business Mathematics Business Organization Business Communication Personality Development Course Marks Internal 10 10 10 10 10 25 External 40 40 40 40 40 25 TOTAL SEMSTER II Paper Code BBA-201 BBA-202 BBA-203 BBA-204 BBA-205 BBA-206 Managerial Economics Legal Environment of Business Business Statistics Cost Accounting Computer Applications Comprehensive Viva-Voce Course Marks Internal 10 10 10 10 10 25 External 40 40 40 40 40 25 TOTAL SEMSTER III Paper Code BBA-301 BBA-302 BBA-303 BBA-304 BBA-305 BBA-306 Business Environment Company Law Quantitative Techniques Higher Accounting Organizational Behavior Industrial Tour Report and Viva-Voce Course Marks Internal 10 10 10 10 10 -External 40 40 40 40 40 50 Total Max. Marks 50 50 50 50 50 50 300 Max. Marks 50 50 50 50 50 50 300 Max. Marks 50 50 50 50 50 50 300

SEMSTER IV Paper Code BBA-401 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Marketing Management Financial Management Human Resource Management Income Tax Laws & Practices Business Research Course Marks Internal 10 External 40 Max. Marks 50

BBA-402 BBA-403 BBA-404 BBA-405 BBA-406

10 10 10 10 10

40 40 40 40 40 TOTAL

50 50 50 50 50 300

SEMSTER V Paper Code Compulsory Papers BBA-501 BBA-502 BBA-503 Management Information Systems Banking Law and Practices Insurance Management 10 10 10 40 40 40 50 50 50 Course Marks Internal External Max. Marks

Optional-Specialization areas Students are required to select any TWO out of FIVE specialization areas (A) Marketing (B) Finance (C) Human Resource Management

(A)

Marketing : Advertising and Sales Management Marketing Research Consumer Behavior 10 10 10 40 40 40 50 50 50

BBA-M-504 BBA-M-505 BBA-M-503 (B) Finance

BBA-F-504 BBA-F-505 BBA-F-506

Management of Financial Institutions Investment Management Indian Financial System

10 10 10

40 40 40

50 50 50

(C)

Human Resource Management Management Training and Development Industrial Relations Human Resource Planning and Development Project Report and Viva-Voce 10 10 10 -40 40 40 50 TOTAL 50 50 50 50 350

BBA-HRM-504 BBA-HRM-505 BBA-HRM-506 BBA-507

SEMSTER VI Paper Code Compulsory Paper BBA-601 BBA-602 BBA-603 Business Policy Operations Research Accounting for Managerial Decision 10 10 10 40 40 40 50 50 50 Course Marks Internal External Max. Marks

Optional-Specialization areas Students are required to select TWO specialization areas according to Fifth Semester out of FIVE (A) Marketing (B) Finance (C) Human Resource Management (A) Marketing : Industrial Marketing Rural and Agriculture Marketing Services Marketing 10 10 10 40 40 40 50 50 50

BBA-M-604 BBA-M-605 BBA-M-506

(B)

Finance Financial Analysis and Decision Making Business Taxation Project Planning and Management 10 10 10 40 40 40 50 50 50

BBA-F-604 BBA-F-605 BBA-F-606

(C)

Human Resource Management Social Security and welfare Organization change and development Industrial Laws Comprehensive Viva-Voce 10 10 10 25 40 40 40 25 50 50 50 50 350

BBA-HRM-604 BBA-HRM-605 BBA-HRM-606 BBA-607

GRAND TOTAL

IMPORTANT NOTES : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Personality development (Course BBA 306) activities will be assessed jointly by one internal and one external examiner. Industrial To ur (Course BBA 306) shall be examined by the external examiner who will be invited to conduct the viva-voce examination. All the expenses of industrial tour will be shared by students of BBA III semester. The Summer Training Project will be based on the in-plant training of the students in IV semester (May-June) for a minimum period of six weeks. The students will have to submit their Summer Training Project Report at least seven days before the commencement of their V-semester external written exams. One copy of such report will be submitted by them in the office of the Coordinator, BBA program/Institute for evaluation. Evaluation of the papers BBA-206 and BBA-607 would be conducted jointly by one internal and one external Examiner. The Project Report of BBA V Semester will prepared by the student himself. Institute will not provide any guide for this purpose. The Project Report (BBA-507) shall be examined by the external examiner who will be invited to conduct the Viva-Voce examination based on Project Report. Institute reserves the right not to offer those options/electives/courses to the Students of BBA for which adequate teaching facilities do not exist in the institution. The decision of the Co-ordinator / Principal will be final in this matter.

6. 7.

7.

SCHEME of ASSESSMENT :
The BBA program is based on continuous internal assessment as well as end semester external examination. The scheme of internal assessment is as follows Marks of Sectionals : Class tests during the semester will be conducted by the teacher concerned and the sessional marks of internal assessment will be finalized by the teacher concerned. The sessional marks shall be based on. (a) (b) Marks of two best class test out of three tests conducted during the semester will be sent to the University. Candidate is required to secure a minimum of 40% marks in individual course in order to pass the internal assessment. The students must be very punctual and attentive to test as there is no provision for make-up test on any ground. Minimum Pass Marks : In order to pass the semester, an examinee shall have to secure minimum 40% marks in individual papers. He/She will also be required to obtain a minimum 40% marks in sessional, separately. Beside securing 40% marks in each paper and sessional. The candidate will have to secure a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate. Division in examination : A candidate having secured 60% marks or above will be awarded first division, Candidates securing 50% but less than 60% marks in aggregate will be placed in second division. There will be no third division in the program.

Scheme of Promotion to Next Semester : The student failed in more than two papers / courses in a semester (either in internal or external) will not be promoted in the next semester. Thus, in order to get promotion to the next semester, candidates will have to clear at least 4 papers / courses in first to fourth semesters and 5 papers / courses in fifth / sixth semesters. The back paper or students failing in 1st and 3rd Semester will be conducted along with rd th nd their 3 and 5 semester examinations respectively. Similarly, those failing in 2 and th th th 4 semester will get chance to clear their back paper along with their 4 and 6 semester examinations respectively. However, students failing in their final year i.e. Vth and VIth semester will have to wait for the next concerning semester to clear their back paper. The students having semester back will give their papers with their next concerning semester examination. There is no provision of special back / semester back after semester examinations. An examinee who has failed in internal examination shall be required to register himself fresh for doing the sessional work in the next concerning semester in the paper / course. He will also be required to submit his examination form for internal assessment. The internal assessment awarded to a candidate who fails in the university end semester examination shall be carried forward to the next concerning semester. In case a candidate fails in any internal / end semester examination (either in one course or in all). He will be allowed two attempts more to clear that course. However, if a candidate fails to pass in semester examination even after the two additional attempts other than the original one, he will be required to leave the course.

***********

Paper Code : BBA 101 Name : MANAGERIAL PROCESS

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Introduction : Concept, Significance and Nature of Management, Management Process, Management and Administration, Functions and Principles of Management, Levels of Management, Functional areas of Management, Professionalization of Management in India. Planning and Decision Making : Concept of Nature of planning, Objectives and Components of planning, Nature and Process of planning. Process of Planning, Dimensions / Types of Planning, Tools and Techniques of planning. Decision-Making Nature, Significance and Process, Techniques of decision making.

Unit II

Unit III

Organizing : Concept, Importance and Elements of Organization, Process and Principles of organization, Theories of Organization, Organization structure, Organization charts and manuals.

Unit IV

Directing and Communication : Concept, Nature, Scope, Principles and Techniques of direction, Concept and Process of communication, Channel / Media of communication, Barriers to effective communication.

Unit V

Controlling : Concept, Objectives, Process and Principles of control, Various control techniques in detail.

Paper Code : BBA 102 Name : FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Nature and Objectives, Concepts, Conventions and Principles of accounting, Double entry system, Journal, Ledger, Cash book and Trial balance, Preparation of Bank Reconciliation statement. Concept of Capital and Revenue, Final accounts with adjustment, Depreciation accounting. Accounts of Non-Trading Institutions Receipts and payment account, Income and expenditure accounts, Single entry system.

Unit II

Unit III

Unit IV Unit V

Accounting for Joint venture, Consignment accounts and Royalty accounts. Branch accounts and Departmental accounts.

Paper Code : BBA 103 Name : BUSINESS MATHEMATICS

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Ratio and proportion, logarithms, Percentage, Average, Permutation and Combination. Commission, Brokerage and discount, Rates and taxes, stocks and shares, Simple Annuities, Present value and Discount Simple and compound interest, Profit & Loss account. Matrices : Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication of Matrices, Inverse of Matrices, System of Linear Equations and its applications.

Unit II

Unit III

Unit IV

Functions, Types of functions, Applications of linear functions in Business, Simple equations, Quadratic equations, Simultaneous equations and problems thereon. Differentiation of functions of single variable (excluding trigonometric functions), Break even Analysis, Simple problems of Maxima and Minima.

Unit V

Paper Code : BBA 104 Name : BUSINESS ORGANISATION

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Introduction : Concept and Nature of business and organization, Objectives of business, Classification of business activities, Environment of business system, Social responsibility of business.

Unit II

Promotion and Forms of Business organization : Concept and stages of promotion. Position and functions of promoter, Promotion of new business. Forms of business organization, sole trader, partnership. Joind stock company and co-operative institution. Location : Theories of industrial location, Factors affecting the location of industry. Government policy towards the localization. Concept of combination, Merits, Demerits and Types of combination.

Unit III

Unit IV

Stock Exchange : Meaning. Objectives and Importance of stock exchange in India. Role and Responsibilities of Board of Directors of Stock exchange.

Unit V

Public Enterprises Concept and Objectives of public enterprises, Forms of Organization Departmental undertakings, Public corporations, Government companies, New policy for public enterprises in India.

Paper Code : BBA 105 Name : BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Meaning and Objectives of Communication, Significance of Communication in business organization and its process. Barriers to communication, Essentials of effective communication, channels of communication, Media of Communication. Nature & Characteristics of Group Communication, Committees : Meaning, essentials, advantages and disadvantages and types of Committees. Conferences: Meaning, Essentials, conference and committee. importance and difference between

Unit II

Unit III

Unit IV

Drafting of effective business letter, practice of business letters (a) Esquires and Replies (b) Order and their execution (c) Complaints and Adjustment (d) Collection letter (e) Sales letter and Memo. Drafting of Notice, Agenda, Minutes, Report writing, Effective Listening, Public Speech, Interviewing skills.

Unit V

Paper Code : BBA 106 Name : PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Debates, Seminars, Group discussion, Presentations, Paper writing, Management games and Library activities will conducted during this course.

Paper Code : BBA 201 Name : MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Nature and Scope of Managerial Economics : Nature, Scope and Significance of managerial economics, Five Fundamental concepts, Role and Responsibility of Managerial Economists.

Unit II

Analysis of Individual Demand : Meaning of demand, Measurement of utility, Consumers equilibrium, The law of demand, Law of diminishing marginal utility, Indifference curve.

Unit III

Theory of Production : Basic concepts of production, Laws of production, Laws of returns to scale, Laws of returns to scale through production function, Optional input combination.

Unit IV

Market Demand and Demand Elasticities : Meaning of market demand, Types of demand, Determinants of market demand, Demand function, Elasticity of demand.

Unit V

Demand Forecasting : Meaning of demand forecasting, Techniques of forecasting demand Survey and Statistical methods.

Paper Code : BBA 202 Name : LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Indian Contract Act 1872 : Major provision of contract act with indemnity and guarantee.

Unit II

Indian Contract Act. 1872 (Contd.) : Major provisions of contract act with Bailment, Pledge and Agency.

Unit III

Sales of Goods Act. 1930 : Major provisions of sales of goods act.

Unit IV

Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 : Major provisions of negotiable instruments act.

Unit V

Partnership Act. 1932 : Major provisions of partnership act.

Paper Code : BBA 203 Name : BUSINESS STATISTICS

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Introduction : Concept, Scope, Nature, Importance and limitations of statistics, functions of statistics, Distrust of statistics, misuse of statistics, planning of statistical enquiry, collection of data, editing of statistical data, classification and tabulation of data, census and sample investigation. Statistical Averages : Arithmetic average, Weighted mean, Mode Median and geometric mean, weighted geometric mean, uses of various averages and limitations of averages.

Unit II

Unit III

Dispersion and Skew ness : Concept of Dispersion, Methods of measuring dispersion, Quartile deviation, Mean deviation and Standard deviation, Coefficient of variation, Co-efficient of skewness - Karl Pearsens and Bowleys.

Unit IV

Index Numbers : Meaning and uses of index number, Methods of constructing index numbers Simple, Aggregative method, Weighted aggregative methods, Fishers Ideal Method.

Unit V

Correlation Analysis : Concept and Importance of correlation, Types of correlation, Co-efficient of correlation method by Karl Pearsens, Spearmans and Concurrent deviation, Probable error.

Paper Code : BBA 204 Name : COST ACCOUNTING

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Review of Major Cost Concepts : Concept of cost Accounting, Objectives and Functions of cost accounting. Elements and Classification of cost. Concept of Material control, Control methods, Methods of Pricing material issues.

Unit II

Labor Control and overhead Control : Methods of labor Remuneration, Labor turnover, Classification of overhead. Allocation, Apportionment and absorption of overhead. Machine hour rate and labor hour rate.

Unit III

Cost System : Preparation of cost sheet, Calculation of quotation price, Cost audit and various techniques of cost reduction.

Unit IV

Process Costing : Simple process accounts, Treatment of normal and abnormal losses. Inter process profits, Equivalent production.

Unit V

Operation Costing : Concept and Objectives of operating cost, Transport power house and hotel and Canteen costing.

Paper Code : BBA 205 Name : COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Max. Marks : 50 Min. Marks : 20 External : 40 Internal : 10

Unit I

Introduction to computer, history and Generation of computers, Classification of computers, Components and functioning of computers, Input Output devices, Black diagram of computers, Types of memories. Introduction to operating system, Types of operating system, Development of operating system Serial processing, Batch processing, Multiprogramming, Realtime, On-line, Multitasking and Multi user system. MS Word : Word-basics, Document and Template, Creating and Modifying documents, Mail merge. MS Excel : Introduction to MS-Excel, Data-sorting and functions: Round (), Sort (), Average (), Max (), Count (), Sum (), If (), Sum if (), ABS (), Roman (), Upper (), Lower (), Cell (), Today (), Now ().

Unit II

Unit III

Unit IV

Power Point : Introduction, Parts of power point window, Changing font, Inserting, Copying, Moving picture & text, New slide, Entering data to graph and map, Design template, Color box, Auto content wizard, Templates. Internet : Internet : Concept Types and A dvantages, Types of interconnection, modems, Getting registered for email-accounts, sending and receiving e-mails, www., search engine, Web browser.

Unit V