Bachelor of Business Administration

BBA FIRST SEMESTER

BBA- 101 (C): Business Organization and Management
Unit- I

Business Organization: Meaning and Objectives of Business Organization, Forms of Business Organization; Their advantages and limitations.

Nature of Management:

Meaning, Definition, nature, purpose, importance & Functions, Management as Art, Science & Profession- Management as social System.

Unit- II

Evolution of Management Thought:

Contribution of F.W. Taylor and Henry Fayol to the management thought. Various approaches to Management.

Planning – Meaning – Need & Importance, types levels – advantages & limitations. Forecasting – Need & Techniques Decision Making – Types – Process of rational decision making & techniques of decision making.

Unit- III

Organizing – Elements of organizing & processes: Types of organizations, Delegation of authority – Need, difficulties in delegation – Decentralization

Staffing – Nature & Importance of staffing, Process of recruitment and selection.

Unit- IV

Direction – Nature – Principles, Communication – Types & Importance, Motivation – Importance – theories, Leadership – Meaning – styles, qualities & functions of leaders

Controlling – Meaning and steps of controlling; essentials of a sound controlling system.

BBA- 102 (C):Financial Accounting
Unit- I

Introduction: Financial Accounting-definition and Scope, objectives of Financial Accounting, Accounting v/s Book Keeping Terms used in accounting, users of accounting information and limitations of Financial Accounting.

Conceptual Frame work: Accounting Concepts and Conventions.

Unit- II

Recording of transactions: Journals, Subsidiary Books, Ledger, Cash Book, Bank Reconciliation Statement, Trial Balance.

Unit- III

Preparation of Final Accounts: Preparation of Trading and Profit & Loss Account and Balance Sheet of sole proprietary business.

Unit- IV (Only Theory)

Introduction to Company Final Accounts: Important Provisions of Companies Act, 1956 in respect of preparation of Final Accounts. Understanding of final accounts of a Company. Shares and Share Capital: Introduction to Joint Stock Company, Shares, Share Capital, Accounting Entries, Under Subscription, Oversubscription, Calls in Advance, Calls in Arrears, Issue of Share at Premium, Issue of Share at Discount, Forfeiture of Shares, Surrender of Shares, Issue of two classes of Shares, Right Shares, Re-issue of Shares.

Debentures: Classification of Debentures, Issue of Debentures, Different Terms of Issue of Debentures, Writing off Loss on Issue of Debentures, Accounting Entries, Redemption

BBA- 103(C): Business Economics

Unit- I

Introduction to Business Economics and Fundamental concepts: Nature, Scope, Definitions of Business Economics, Difference between Business Economics and Economics, Contribution and Application of Business Economics to Business. Micro vs. Macro Economics. Market Demand Analysis; Meaning, functions, Law of Demand and demand curve.

Unit- II

Consumer Behavior and Demand Analysis: Cardinal Utility Approach: Diminishing Marginal Utility, Law of Equi-Marginal Utility. Ordinal Utility Approach: Indifference Curves, Marginal Rate of Substitution, Elasticity of Demand; Measurement of Elasticity of Demand, Factors Affecting Elasticity of Demand, Income Elasticity of Demand, Cross Elasticity of Demand, Demand Forecasting.

Unit- III

Theory of Production: Meaning and Concept of Production, Factors of Production and Production function, Law of Variable Proportions (Short Run Production Analysis), Law of Returns to a scale.

Cost Analysis & Price Output Decisions: Concept of Cost, Cost Function, Short Run Cost, Long Run Cost, Economies and Diseconomies of Scale, Explicit Cost and Implicit Cost,

Unit- IV

Pricing Under Perfect Competition, Monopoly and Monopolistic Competition,

BBA-104(E): Business Communication and Personality Development

Unit- I

Introducing Business Communication Basic Forms of Communicating; Effective Communication; Self-development and communication Development of Positive Personal Attitude; SWOT Analysis; Corporate Communication Formal and Informal Communication Networks; Grapevine; Mis communication (Barriers); Improving Communication.
Principles of Effective Communication

Unit- II

Communication and Ideal Personality Effective communication & it’s key aspects, Body language, Assertiveness, problem-solving, Conflict & stress management, decision making skills, Motivation, positive & creative thinking, Leadership & qualities of successful leader, character building, Teamwork, Lateral thinking, Time management, Work ethics, personality –A spiritual journey beyond management of change-Good manners & etiquettes- Interpersonal relationships-Analysis of strengths & weaknesses.

Unit- III

Personality: perception- personality, Man-personal personality, Personality Factors- Factors of association- Personality Relationship at home-friends-environment educational factor- Situational Factors- Conditional- Genetic- compulsory- spiritual-public relations factors. Personality Traits Personality Traits-personality person- formation- factors influencing person habits of highly effective people & personality habits- Be proactive—Begin with the end in mind—Put first things first—Think win- Seek first to understand then to be understood – Synergize – Sharpen the saw.

Unit- IV 

Five Pillars of Personality Development Introspection – Self Assessment – Self Appraisal – Self Development- Self Introduction. Self Esteem -Term of self esteem- symptoms- advantages- Do’s and don’ts to develop positive – Positive self esteem & negative self esteem Personality Formation Structure Mind mapping, Competency mapping& 360* assessment & development, Types of persons – Extrovert- Introvert- Ambivert person

BBA -105 (E)Business Mathematics

Unit- I Ratio, Proportion and Percentage Ratio- Definition, Continued Ratio, Inverse Ratio, Proportion, Continued Proportion, Direct Proportion, Inverse Proportion, Variation, Inverse Variation, Joint Variation, Percentage- Meaning and Computations of Percentages.

Profit And Loss

Terms and Formulae, Trade discount, Cash discount, Problems involving cost price, Selling Price, Trade discount and Cash Discount. Introduction to Commission and brokerage, Problems on Commission and brokerage.

Unit- II

Interest Simple Interest, Compound interest ( reducing balance & Flat Interest rate of interest), Equated Monthly Installments(EMI), Problems. Shares and Dividends. Concept of Shares, Stock exchange, Face Value, Market Value, Dividend, Equity Shares, Preferential Shares, Bonus Shares, Examples.

Unit- III

Matrices And Determinants (upto order 3 only ) : Multivariable data, Definition of a Matrix, Types of Matrices, Algebra of Matrices, Determinants, Adjoint of a Matrix, Inverse of a Matrix via adjoint Matrix, Homogeneous System of Linear equations, Condition for Uniqueness for the homogeneous system, Solution of Non-homogeneous System of Linear equations (not more than three variables). Condition for existence and uniqueness of solution, Solution using inverse of the coefficient matrix, Problems.

Unit- IV

Permutations and Combinations : Permutations of ‘n’ dissimilar objects taken ‘r’ at a time (with or without repetition). nPr = n! / (n-r)! (without proof). Combinations of ‘r’ objects taken from ‘n’ objects. nCr = n! / r! (n-r)! (without proof) problems, Applications.

 

BBA SECOND SEMESTER

BBA 201 (C): Business Laws

Unit- I

Law of Contract (1872) ; Nature of contract; classification, offer and acceptance;

Capacity of parties to contract; Free Consent; Consideration; Legality of Object, Agreement declared void; Performance of contract; Discharge of contract; Remedies for breach of contract.

Unit- II

Special Contracts ; Indemnity; Guarantee; Bailment and Pledge; Agency.

Unit- III

Negotiable Instrument Act 1881; Definition of Negotiable Instruments; features; promissory note; Bill of Exchange & Cheque; Holder & Holder in the due course; crossing of a cheque; Types of crossing; Negotiation; Dishonor on grounds of insufficiency of funds.

Unit- IV

The Consumer Protection Act.

Value Added Tax (VAT)

BBA- 202(C): Business Statistics

Unit- I

Population and Sample : Definition of Statistics, Scope of Statistics in Economics, Management, Sciences and Industry. Concept of population and sample with illustration. Methods of Sampling – (Description of sampling procedures only ) Data Condensation and graphical Methods : Raw data , attributes and variables , classification , frequency distribution , cumulative frequency distributions. Graphs – Histogram , Frequency polygon. Diagrams – Multiple bar , Pie ,Subdivided bar.

Unit- II

Measures of Central Tendency :Criteria for good measures of central tendency , Arithmetic mean , Median and Mode for grouped and ungrouped data , combined mean .Measures of Dispersion : Concept of dispersion , Absolute and relative measure of dispersion, Range, Variance, Standard deviation, Coefficient of variation, Quartile Deviation , Coefficient of Quartile deviation.

Unit- III

Correlation and Regression ( for ungrouped data ) : Concept of correlation, positive & negative correlation, Karl Pearson’s Coefficient of correlation, meaning of regression, Two regression equations, Regression coefficients and properties.

Unit- IV

Time Series Analysis : Simple trend, moving average and least square. Index Number.

BBA- 203(C): Business Environment

Unit- I

An Overview of Business Environment: Type of Environment-Internal, External, Micro and Macro Environment, Competitive Structure of Industries, Environmental Analysis and Strategic Management, Managing Diversity, Scope of Business, Characteristics of Business, Objectives and the Uses of Study, Process and Limitations of Environmental Analysis.

Unit- II

Economic Environment: Nature of Economic Environment, Economic, Nature and Structure of the Economy, Monetary and Fiscal Policies, Competition Act, 2000.

Unit- III

Socio-Cultural Environment: Nature and Impact of Culture on Business, Culture and Globalization, Social Responsibilities of Business, Business and Society, Social Audit.

Political Environment: Functions of State, Economic Roles of Government, Government and Legal Environment, The Constitutional Environment, Rationale and Extent of State Intervention.

Unit- IV

International Business Environment; IMF, IBRD, WTO, ASEAN, MNCs, Foreign Collaboration.

BBA204 (E): IT in Management

Unit- I

Introduction to Computers-

Evolution of computer. Various generations of Computer. Characteristics of computer, Applications of computer in different fields particularly in business. Advantages and limitations of computers. Block diagram of a computer. Input and Output devices.

Unit- II

Operating System Concept-

Introduction to Operating System. Functions of Operating System. Types of Operating Systems.

MS-DOS-Booting Procedure, start-up sequence. Knowledge of DOS

commands- DIR, CLS, DATE, TIME, MD,CD, RD,RENAME, DEL, BACKUP, RESTORE, COPY, SCANDISK, CHKDSK.

MS-WINDOWS-

Difference between Windows and DOS operating system. Basic features of Desktop- Date & Time, Time-Zone, Display, Screen Saver, Fonts, Mouse and Mouse pointers. Use of Window Explorer for various operations on folders and files.

Unit- III

Introduction to MS-Office 2007 and its components-

MS- WORD 2007- Starting word, creating new documents. Entering text and formatting text. Numbering and Bullets. Paragraph formatting.

Tables- Creation, adding rows and columns, splitting and merging cells, and using borders. Saving and closing a document. Use of various shortcut keys.

MS-EXCEL2007- Inserting new worksheet. Formatting worksheets. Calculating with formulas and functions. Ranges , AutoFill, Data(Sort and Filter) Working with charts Creating Excel Database.

MS-POWERPOINT2007- Creating a simple presentation. Slide layouts and backgrounds. Transition and Animation effects. Inserting an organization chart.

Unit- IV

Computer Virus- Definition and characteristics of Virus. Different types of Viruses. Anti-virus.

Concept of Networking and Internet- Networking Concepts-Goals of networking. Types of networking (LAN, MAN, WAN). Communication media, Mode of transmission (Simple, Half Duplex, Full Duplex). Analog and Digital transmission of data.

Internet- Definition and evolution of Internet. Advantages of Internet. Types of Connections, Internet Service Providers (ISPs). WWW, Search Engines and popular Web Browsers. E-Mail-Features, Usages and creation and management of e-mail account.

BBA 205(E) Fundamentals of E- Commerce

Unit- I

Introduction to Electronic Commerce

What is E-Commerce (Introduction and Definition), Main activities E-Commerce, Goals of E-Commerce, Technical Components of E-commerce, Functions of E-commerce, Adv / Disadvantages of E-commerce, Scope of E-commerce, Electronic commerce Applications Electronic commerce and Electronic Business. ( C2C)(2G , G2G , B2G , B2P,B2A,P2P, B2A, C2A, B2B,B2C).

Unit- II

Electronic Data Interchange & Electronic payment System Introduction to EDI, Concepts of EDI and Limitation, Application of EDI, Disadvantages of EDI, EDI model, Introduction to EPS, Concept of e-Money, Types of Electronic payment system, Payment types, Traditional payment, Value exchange system, Credit card system, Electronic funds transfer, Paperless bill, Modern payment cash, Electronic cash

Unit- III

Internet Marketing

The PROS and CONS of online shopping, The PROS and CONS of online shopping, The cons of online shopping, Justify an Internet business, Internet marketing techniques, The E-cycle of Internet marketing, Personalization e- commerce

Unit- IV

Security Issues in e-business

Securing E-commerce Networks: Security Protocols such as HTTPS, SSL, Electronic Commerce Threats, Encryption, Cryptography, Public Key and Private Key Cryptography, Digital Signatures, Digital Certificates Use of Electronics in Accounting:

Tally with Practicals

BBA THIRD SEMESTER

BBA- 301(C): Financial Management

Unit- I

INTRODUCTION

Finance – Definition – Nature and scope of finance function. Financial Management – Meaning – cope and Objectives Organizational framework of financial management- Relationship of finance Department with other departments- Role of finance manager

FINANCIAL PLANNING

Meaning – concept – objectives – types – steps – significance – basic considerations – limitations.

Unit- II

CAPITALISATION AND CAPITAL STRUCTURE

Meaning – criteria for determining capital structure. Factors influencing capital structure. Capital Structure Theory, Over capitalization and under capitalization, Leverages

Unit- III

Working capital management; Meaning, factors affecting working capital, operating cycle,

Inventory Management, Receivables Management and Cash Management.

Unit- IV

Cost of capital, Dividend policy.

 BBA- 302 (C): Human Resource Management

 Unit- I

Introduction to H. R. M.

Definition and concept of H. R. M. and personnel Management H.R.M. and Human Resource Development Importance of H.R.M.- Activities and functions of HRM Organization of H.R.M. department- Role of H.R.M Department Limitations of HRM-Challenges before H. R.M.

Unit- II

Human Resources Planning

Definition and objectives of Human Resource planning process of Human Resource planning factors influencing estimation of Human Resources.

Concept of Recruitment-Recruitment policy-Sources of Recruitment-Selection procedure – Promotion and demotion policy- Transfer policy.

Performance Appraisal Concept and objectives of performance Appraisal- Process

Performance Appraisal Methods- Uses and limitations of Performance Appraisal.

Unit- III

Training and Development

Meaning and Definition- Need-Objectives-Importance of Training-Training Methods-Evaluation of Training Programme. Concept of Management Development Management Development Process and methods Evaluation of Management Development Programme.

 Unit- IV

Wage and Salary Administration

Methods of wage payments-Employee Remuneration factors determining the level of remuneration- Profit sharing-Fringe Benefits and Employee services- Wages & Salary Administration

BBA- 303(C): Marketing Management

Unit- I

Introduction

Marketing – Definition, Concepts Significance & functions of Marketing, Approaches to the study of Marketing, Relevance of Marketing in a developing economy. Role & functions of Marketing Manager.

Types of Marketing

Tele Marketing, E-Marketing-Service Marketing, Rural Marketing feature

& importance suggestion for improvement of Rural Marketing, Marketing Planning & strategies.

Unit- II

Marketing Mix

Meaning – Scope, Utility – Product mix, Product concept, Product life Cycle – Product Simplifications – Decertification Elements Price mix – factors, Methods, Importance.

Unit- III

Types of Channels

Factors influencing channels, Elements of Promotion Mix – Sales Promotion System. Recent Trends in Promotion Sale. Advertising – Role of Advertising, Advertising Media.

Unit- IV

Market Segmentation

Meaning, Definition, Different ways to Segmentation, Essential of effective Market Segmentation, Destination between differential Marketing & Concentrated Marketing.

BBA-304 (E) MONEY AND BANKING

Unit- I

Money Evaluation and function of money- Significance of Money Quantity theory of Money- Demand for and Supply of Money.

Unit- II

Commercial Banking function and kinds- Balance sheet of Commercial bank –Investment policy- Commercial in Economic Development- Branch Banking and unit banking –deposit banking Vs mixed banking

Unit- III

Function of central bank-credit control Quantitative controls- Quantitative controls –selective controls-RBI in economic development Money market structure- Organized and un organized money market- Development of money market-

Unit- IV

Indian money market-London and Newyark money market-Capital market in India

Inflation: Meaning and kinds of inflation- Consequences of inflation –control of inflation- Deflation- inflation in an underdeveloped economy.

BBA 305 (E):Indian Financial System

Unit- I

Financial System, structure of Financial System, Instruments of Financial System. Insurance, Kinds of Insurance, Schemes and procedure under Insurance. Banking and functions of Banking. Meaning, importance of financial services, types of financial services, financial services and economic environment, players in financial services.

Unit- II

Merchant banking, functions & activities, Issues management: managing new issues, Equity issues – Rights issues, underwrite: functions, bankers to an issue, book building and reverse book building, debenture trustees, portfolio managers. An overview of role of SEBI

Unit- III

Role of Financial Institutions, Development banks and other banking institutions.

SEBI

Unit- IV

Leasing and hire purchase, concepts and features, types of lease accounts Factoring & Forfeiting, Mutual funds – Structure of Mutual Funds- Types Mutual Funds– Advantages of mutual funds – Exchange Traded Funds, Credit rating. Stock broking, Consumer finance, Credit Cards.

BBA FOURTH SEMESTER

BBA 401 (C): Cost Accounting

Unit- I

Introduction. Concept of cost, costing, cost Accounting & Cost Accountancy, Limitations of Financial Accounting, Origin and objectives of cost Accounting, Advantages and Limitations of Cost Accounting, Difference between Financial and Cost Accounting, Cost Unit & Cost Centre Elements of cost Material, Labour and other Expenses, Classification of cost & Types of Costs.

Unit- II

Material, Labour and Overheads; practical

Unit- III

Preparation of Cost Sheet with Practical exercises. Process Costing; meaning, advantages and calculation of process cost.

Unit- IV

Standard Costing; Meaning, advantages, Material and Labour variance. Job Costing; only theory

BBA- 402(C): Organization Behavior

Unit- I

Introduction to Organizational Behavior

Meaning- Definition- Scope- Disciplines Contributing to Organizational Behavior -Models and Approaches of Organizational Behavior.

Unit- II

Organizational Changes and Development Nature of change- Levels of Change- Types of change- Resistance to change- Organizational Development Programme.

Unit- III

Transaction Analysis, Group Behavior, Organizational Dynamics.

Unit- IV

Organizational Conflict and Discipline, Organizational Culture.

BBA- 403(C): Production and Operation Management

Unit- I

Introduction

Meaning and Functions of Production Management, Role and Responsibility of Production Function in Organization, Types of Production System- Continuous Intermittent, Job lots etc Plant Layout- Objectives, Types, Materials Flow Pattern. Safety Considerations and Environmental Aspects

Unit- II

Inventory, Inventory management, methods of Inventory control.

Unit- III

Production Planning and Control Meaning, Objectives, Scope, Importance & Procedure of Production Planning, Routing scheduling Master Production Schedule, Production Schedule, Dispatch, Follow up, Production Control-Meaning, objectives, Factors affecting Production Control.

Unit- IV

Methods Study, Work Study and Time Study Methods Study- Concept, Questioning Techniques, Principles of Motion Economy, flow Process Chart, Multiple Activity Chart, SIMO Chart, Travel Chart. Work Study- Concepts, Scope and Applications, Work Study and Production Improvement. Time Study –Routing Concepts, Stopwatch Study, Allowance, PMTS Systems (Concepts Only) Activity Sampling.

BBA- 404(E) Fundamentals of Insurance

Unit- I

Introduction to Insurance: Purpose and need of insurance; Insurance as a social security tool; Insurance and economic development. Fundamentals of Agency Law: Definition of an agent, Agents Regulations; Insurance Intermediaries; Agents, Compensation. Procedure for Becoming an Agent: Pre-requisite for obtaining a license; duration of license;

Unit- II

Cancellation of license; Revocation or sustentation/ termination of agent appointment; code of conduct; unfair practices. Functions of the Agent: Proposal form and other forms for grant of cover,

Unit- III

Nomination and assignment; Procedure regarding settlement of policy claims. Profile of Insurance Companies: Organizational set-up of the company; Promotion strategy;

Unit- IV

Market share; Important activities, Structure; Product; Actuarial profession; product Pricing actuarial aspects; Distributions channels. Principles of Life insurance /Marine/ Fire/Medical/General Insurance. Contracts of various kinds; Insurable Interest.

BBA 405(E)Marketing Research

Unit- I

Commercial and business research : aims, objectives, Importance – Research methodology, Research Plan or design-steps to be followed. Data processing and analysis :Editing, Codification, Classification, Tabulation, Scaling & Measurement. Hypothesis & its testing.

Unit- II

Research Process

a. Collecting data :

b. Secondary data :

Sources of collecting secondary data : Demographic information – money, Banking-company Information – Labour market- Capital Market – Tax Information – information on the Economy, International business – Government Information – Syndicated Commercial and other non – Government sources of Information.

Research Process

a. Primary Data:

b. Methods of collecting primary data / tools for collecting primary data.

Questionnaire method : Types of Questions, essentials of good questionnaire / guidelines for Questionnaire designing, Scheduling, Sampling, methods, advantages.

Interview Method : structured and unstructured

Observation Method

Group discussion Method.

Unit- III

Market Conditions, Criteria of Market mix , sampling and survey analysis of market.

Unit- IV

Methods of Marketing Research

Writing skills for Business Research :

Project report: selecting and defining Topic, Project – Terms of reference, Subject matter, Style, Structure

BBA- 406 (E) SALES AND ADVERTISING MANAGEMENT

Unit- I

Communication Process: Basic communication process, role of source; Advertising and sales. Encoding and decoding of message, media, audience, feedback, and noise. Advertising and Communication mix: Different advertising functions; Types of advertising;

Unit- II

Economic social aspects of advertising; advertising process-an overview; setting advertising objectives and budget.

Unit- III

Creative aspects of Advertising: Advertising appeals, copy writing, headlines, illustration,

message, copy types.

Unit- IV

Advertising Media: Different types of media; Advantages and limitations of different media of communication. Media planning and scheduling.

BBA- 407: Environment Studies (Compulsory Audit Based)

Unit- I

Environmental Education; Definition, meaning, objectives and importance. Scope of environment education, content, convergence for science, art and humanities. Natural resources; over exploitation, proper utilization and development. Bio- diversity and its conservation.

Unit- II

Eco- system, community and bio- sphere. Population explosion and its impact on environment; air, water, noise pollution and its control. Forests conservation and social forestry. Audio- visual technology and wild life conservation. Environment education resource material (Including Audio- visual resource material) Soil erosion and its conservation. Energy and Environment.

Unit- III

Environment education planning and its implementation. Environmental awareness in society.Methods of solving environmental problems and planning for the same. Environment clubs, laboratories, libraries and publications.

Unit- IV

Effects of population growth on environment and world order. Effects of insecticides on health. Polluted habitats. Man and global environment, global view of environment. Planning for pollution free environment for the future.

BBA FIFTH SEMESTER

BBA- 50I(C): Management Control Techniques

Unit- I

Introduction

Management Accounting Need, Essentials of Management Accounting, Importance, Objectives, Scope, Functions, Principal systems and Techniques, Advantages, Limitations, Distinction between Financial Accounting and Management Accounting, Distinction between Cost Accounting and Management Accounting.

Unit- II

Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statement Methods of Analysis Comparative Statements Common Size Statement Trend Percentage or Trend Ration (Horizontal Analysis) Ratios Fund Flow Statement Ratio Analysis Meaning of Ratio Necessity and Advantages of Ratio Analysis Interpretation of Ratios Types of Ratio Fund Flow Statement and Cash Flow Statement Meaning of Funds, Fund Flow Statement, Flow of Funds, Working Capital, Causes of changes in working Capital, Performa of Sources and Application of Funds, Performa of Adjusted Profit and Loss Account.

Unit- III

Marginal Costing Meaning and Definition of Marginal cost and Marginal Costing, Contribution, Profit Volume Ratio, Advantages of Marginal Costing, Limitation, Problems

Unit- IV

Budget and Budgetary Control Meaning of Budget and Budgetary Control, Definition, Nature of Budget and Budgetary Control, Objective of Budget and Budgetary Control, Limitations of Budget and Budgetary Control, Steps in Budgetary Control; Types/ classification of Budgets.

BBA- 502(C): Company Law

Unit- I

Definition and nature of a company, kinds of companies, formation of company, Corporate Personality, Registration and Incorporation of Companies

Unit- II

Memorandum of Association, Articles of Association, Prospectus.

Unit- III

Shares, Shareholders, Members, Share Capital Transfer Directors, Company Law Board, Meetings.

Unit- IV

Winding up: Kinds and Conduct, Recent amendments related to Company Law.

BBA 503 (C):Training Report and Viva- Voce:

The students are required to undergo 6 to 8 weeks’ training in company organization of high repute. The students must obtain prior approval of the Director of the college/ institution before going for his/ her training. On completion of the training, the students will be required to submit training report, not exceeding 60 to 70 pages, which shall be evaluated in the Fifth Semester. Training report must be submitted 15 days before the start of the 5th Semester i.e immediately after completion of their summer vacations of May and June. The Viva- voce will be taken out of the syllabi of Semesters I to III to recapitulate what the student has learnt in four semesters of the Course in addition to what the student has learnt during training. The dates of Viva- voce shall be fixed during the Fifth Semester but before their semester examination in the month of October. The examiners for the evaluation of training report and viva- voce will be appointed by the University with the recommendations of the Director, UCBS.

BBA- 504(E): Retail Management

Unit- I

Retail Management – An Introduction. Functions of Retailing, Types of Retailers, Retailing Strategies for emerging markets, Organized Retail formats in India, Challenges ahead for Retailing.

Unit- II

Changing Retail Environment Environmental Analysis, Retail Branding, Retail Selling, Relationship Marketing for Retailers,

Type of Merchandise.

Unit- III

Retail Banking – An Introduction Open market conditions and role of Banks and Financial Institutions, Retail Banking –Concept and Importance.

Retail Banking Products- Housing Loan, Conveyance Loan , Personal Loan, Educational Loan, Loan for Retail Traders, Plastic Money.

Unit- IV

e-Banking – An Overview Concept of ATMs and 24 hours Banking, Online Banking, Online banking and e-Banking, Banc assurance, SSI financing.

BBA- 505(E): Project Management

Unit- I

The Definition of a “Project”, Why project Management, The project Life-Cycle, Project Management Maturity, Project Selection and Criteria of Choice, The Nature of Project Selection Models, Types of Project Selection Models, Project Portfolio Process, Project Proposals.

The Project Manager, Project Management and the Project Manager, Special Demands on the Project Manager, Selecting the Project Manager, Problems of Cultural Differences, Impact of Institutional Environments, Project Organization, The project as Part of the Functional Organization, Pure Project Organization, The Matrix organization, Choosing an Organizational form The Project Team.

Unit- II

Planning: Introduction, Meaning, Definition, Characteristic & objective period, Nature of Planning, Importance of planning, Advantages of planning, Steps in planning process, Methods of planning, Limitations pf planning, Essentials of a good planning, obstacles in planning, Planning Premises and Classification of Planning Premises.

Planning Forecasting : Introduction, Meaning, Definition, Characteristics, Process, Importance of forecasting, Areas of forecasting, Forecasting Techniques Types Methods, Advantages

Initial Project Coordination: The Nature of Negotiation, Partnering, Chartering and change, Conflict and the project life cycle. Estimating Project Budgets, Improving the Process of Cost Estimation

Unit- III

Network Techniques: PERT and CPM, Risk Analysis Using Simulation with Crystal Ball 2000 Critical Path Method- Crashing a Project, The Resource Allocation Problem Resource Loading, Resource Leveling, Constrained Resource Allocation The Planning-Monitoring-Controlling Cycle, Information Needs and the Reporting Process, Earned Value Analysis The Fundamental Purposes of Control, Three Types of Control Processes, Comments on the Design of Control Systems, Control as a Function of Management.

Unit- IV

Purposes of Evaluation- Goals of the System, The Project Audit, Construction and Use of the Audit Report, The Project Audit Life Cycle, some Essential of an Audit/Evolution The Varieties of Project Termination, when to Terminate a Project, The Termination Process.

BBA 506 (E) INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT

Unit- I

Investment: meaning, nature and process; Investment alternatives, concept and Measurement of Investment risk and return, Identification of Investment Opportunity; Stock Exchange; Functions, trading system, Regulation and listing of securities.

Unit- II

Fundamental analysis; company analysis; industry analysis and economy analysis; Technical Vs Fundamental analysis; Implications for investment decision-making; Technical analysis;

Unit- III

Valuation of Securities: equity, bonds and convertible securities.

Unit- IV

Market Efficiency: Weak form, semi-strong form and strong form. Diversification: meaning, gains from diversifications, Markowitz’s mean-variance criterion, Sharpe Model. Capital Assets Pricing Model (CAPM); meaning and assumptions, capital market line, securities market line,

BBA- 507(E): Management Information System

Unit- I

Management Information System Definition Integrated System, MIS Vs. Data Processing, MIS and Other Academic Disciplines, Structure of MIS based on Management Activities and Functions System, Concepts of MIS Planning and Control Process Control on Systems Feedback Control, Law of Requisite Variety, Management Control through Reporting.

Unit- II

Human as Information Processors Newell-Simon Model, Limits on human Information, Processors Characteristics of Human Information Processing Performance Information System for Functional Areas Information for Financial, Marketing Inventory Control, Production and Personal Functions

Unit- III

MIS Design Approaches Prototyping, Life-Cycle Approach, Project Management, Case Studies,Management Support System-Overview Decision Making Phase, Concepts of Decision Making, Decision Supports System, Difference between MIS and DSSMIS Design Approaches Prototyping, Life-Cycle Approach, Project Management, Case Studies, Management Support System-Overview Decision Making Phase, Concepts of Decision Making, Decision Supports System, Difference between MIS and DSS

Unit- IV

Decision Making Systems and Modeling Process, Information need 3ed for different phases and decision, making, Sensitivity Analysis, Static and Dynamic Models Simulation, Operations Research Techniques, Heuristic Programming Case Studies Executive Information and Support Systems Needs Characteristics, Software and Hardware, Integrated EIS and DSS EIS Implementation Compulsory Question consisting

BBA SIXTH SEMESTER

BBA-601(C): Strategic Management

Unit- I

Strategic Management. Concept of Strategy, Dimension of strategic decision, Levels of strategy, Strategy making modes, Overview of process of strategic planning & management

Unit- II

Mission,, vision, objective setting, Business definitions, Summary statement of strategy, Deducing strategy from action & endeavors.

Unit- III

Formulation of strategy, Components of environment & Environmental analysis, Analysis of internal capabilities using different approaches, Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities, Threats (SWOT Analysis).

Unit- IV

Strategic alternatives for growth, stable, combinations & international strategies. Choice of Strategy, Generic Business Strategies, Portfolio Analysis, Overview of Implementation Aspects,

BBA 602 (C)Indian Business and Economy

Unit- I

National Income ; Terms (GNP, NNP, GDP, NDP, NI at Market Price and Factor Cost)

Methods of Measuring National Income, Relevance of National Income.

Unit- II

Indian Business Practice :- Public Sector, Joint Sector, Private Sector, Co-operative, Small Scale. Economic Trends & Structural Framework-Demographic, National Income, Employment, Trade and Balance of Payment.

Unit- III

Economic Problem of Growth- Saving and Capital formation, Poverty, Unemployment, Inflation, Parallel Economy, Industrial Sickness, Consumer Protection.

Unit- IV

Planning in India- 5 Year Plans.

BBA 603 (C): Project Report and Viva- voce:

The students are required to complete project under the supervision of faculty teacher and will have to submit the project report of not more than 60 to 70 pages. The supervisors will be allotted by the College/ Institution. The Viva- voce will be taken out of the syllabi of Semesters IV to VI and specifically out of the work the student has carried out in his/ her project. The dates of Viva- voce shall be fixed during the Sixth Semester but before their semester examination in the month of April- May. The examiners for the evaluation of training report and viva- voce will be appointed by the University with the recommendations of the Director, UCBS.

BBA 604 (E): International Trade

Unit- I

Introduction; Nature and importance of foreign trade – features of foreign trade – Difference between internal and international trade – Advantages and disadvantages of Foreign Trade – Foreign trade and economic development.

Unit- II

Theories of Foreign Trade; Concept of Offer Curve – Classical theory – Adam Smith , Ricardo, Modern Theory – Heckscher – Ohlin theorem , Leontiff paradox ,Lerner’s factor price equalization, terms of trade and gains from trade, Immiserisation.

Unit- III

Foreign Exchange; Defining foreign exchange and exchange rate – Components of foreign exchange reserve – different systems of exchange rate determination: gold standard (Mint Parity), PPP,

Unit- IV

Floating exchange rate , Fixed and Flexible exchange rate -Demand and Supply of foreign exchange – Devaluation, revaluation , depreciation and appreciation.

BBA 605 (E): Entrepreneurship Development

Unit- I

Entrepreneur and Entrepreneurship :

Definition, meaning and functions of an entrepreneur Need and importance of entrepreneurship, Problem of unemployment & important of wealth creation. Enterprise v/s Entrepreneurship, Self – employment v/s Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial career as an option.

Unit- II

Business Opportunity Identification and Preliminary Project Report (PPR):

Opportunity search : Divergent Thinking Mode : Meaning and Objectives – Tools and Techniques : Environmental Scanning for business opportunity identification Opportunity Selection : Convergent Thinking Mode : Tools and Techniques : Market Survey – Preparation of Questionnaire – Concept of Survey – Data collection – Analysis and Interpretation – Preliminary Project Report (PPR) Business Plan : Meaning and Importance – Objectives – Selections Contents – Marketing and Technical Feasibility – Financial Viability – Precautions to be taken by entrepreneur while preparing Business Plan Project Appraisal – Break – even Analysis and Ratio Analysis : Debt Service Coverage Ratio – Gross Profit : Net Profit Ration and Return on Investment (ROI)

Unit- III

Institutional Support to New Venture : (Student are expected to study the assistance scheme of the following Institutions) District Industries Center (DIC) Maharashtra Center for Entrepreneurship Development (MCED) National Small Industries Corporation of India (NSIC) Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME)

Unit- IV

Financial Assistance for small Enterprise

Non-Institutional : own Fund – Family and Friends Institutional:

(a) Bank Loans – Co-operative Banks- Nationalized Bank – Scheduled Banks. (b) Angel Funding (c) Venture Funding (d) Self-employment Scheme of Government of Maharashtra

(e) Government Financial Institutions : Khadi and Village Industries Board (KVIB) – Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Rajeev Gandhi Udyami MItra Yojana (RUGMY) – District Industries Center (DIC) (f) Prime Minister Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) (g) For urban – Seed Capital Scheme

BBA 606 (E):Corporate Governance and Business Ethics

Unit- I

Conceptual Framework of Corporate Governance: Meaning, Theories of Corporate Governance, Models of Corporate Governance, Governance v Good Corporate Governance, corporate Governance v Corporate Excellence, Insider Trading, Rating Agencies, Whistle Blowing, Benefits of Good Corporate Governance, Corporate Governance Reforms, Initiatives in India.

Unit- II

Major Corporate Governance Failures: Junk Bond Scam (USA), Bank of Credit and Commerce International (UK), Maxwell Communication Corporation and Mirror Group Newspapers (UK), Enron (USA), WorldCom (USA), Tyco (USA), Andersen Worldwide (USA), Kirch Media (Germany), Vivendi (France), Parmalat (Italy) and Satyam Computer Services Ltd (India); Common Governance Problems Noticed in various Corporate Failures, Is Corporate Governance always the Cause for Corporate Failures?.

 Unit- III

Regulatory Framework of Corporate Governance in India, SEBI Norms based on KM Birla Committee, Clause 49 of Listing Agreement, Corporate Governance in Public Sector Undertakings.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): Meaning, CSR and CR, CSR and Corporate Sustainability, CSR and Business Ethics, CSR and Corporate Governance, Environmental Aspect of CSR, CSR Models, Drivers of CSR, ISO 26000

Unit- IV

Business Ethics: Meaning, Principles of Business Ethics, Characteristics of Ethical Organization, Theories of Business Ethics, Ethics of Corporate Governance, Globalization and Business Ethics, Stakeholder’s Protection, Corporate Governance and Business Ethics

BBA 607 (E): Taxation Laws

Unit- I

Income Tax Act-1961. (Meaning ,Concepts and Definitions)

Person, Assessee, Assessment year, Pervious year, Agricultural Income, Exempted Income, Residential Status of an Assessee, Fringe benefit Tax, Tax deducted at Source, Capital and Revenue Income and expenditure. Residential Status, Exempted Incomes.

Unit- II

Computation of Taxable Income under the different heads of Income.

a) Income from Salary- Salient features, meaning of salary, Allowances and tax Liability-Perquisites and their Valuation- Deductions from salary.(Theory and Problems)

b) Income from House Property- Basis of Chargeability-Annual Value-Self occupied and let out property- Deductions allowed (Theory and Problems)

c) Profits and Gains of Business and professions – Definitions, Deductions expressly allowed and disallowed (Theory and Problems)

d) Capital Gains- Chargeability-definitions-Cost of Improvement, Short term and long term capital gains-deductions (Theory only)

e) Income from other sources- Chargeability-deductions-Amounts not deductable. (Theory only )

Unit- III

Computation of Total Taxable Income of an Individual.

Gross total Income- deductions u/s-80(80ccc to 80 u ), Income Tax calculation- (Rates applicable for respective Assessment year) Education cess. Tax deducted at source-Return of Income-Advance payment of Tax- methods of payment of tax-Forms of Returns-Refund of Tax. (Theory) E- Filing of Return

Unit- IV

Income Tax Authorities :

Organization structure of Income Tax Authorities / Administrative and Judicial Originations) Central Board of Direct Tax (Functions and powers of various Income Tax Authorities)