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B.B.A. (Full Time) Second Semester Syllabus of Devi Ahilya Wishvavidyala, Indore


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This is syllabus of BBA second semester of Deviahilya Vishwavidhyalaya, Indore.



Second Semester
Curriculum
BBA (Full Time) 3 Yrs. Program of D.A.V.V., Indore
For
Affiliated Institutions
SEMESTER II
BB201 Business communication
BB202 Human Resource Management
BB203 Economics-II
BB204 Financial Management
BB205 English
BB206 Management Information System
Business communication BB 201
Objective: to generate understanding of communication process and develop communication
skills among the students.
Scheme: 20 marks for internal evaluation. The assessment shall be done on the basis of test,
case and assignments. External examination shall be of 80 marks for two sections section A
& B. The section A shall have 6 questions, questions shall be of logical and analytical type.
Emphasis shall be on real life situation based questions rather direct theory based questions.
Out of 6 questions 4 shall be solved for 64 marks and there shall be a case for 16 marks in
section B.
Syllabus
UNIT-I
Communication-Defining communication, Process of communication, Communication
Model, Objectives of communication, Principles of communication, Importance of Business
communication, Importance Feed back,
UNIT II
Channels of communication, Types of communication, Dimensions of communication, Barriers
to communication Verbal, Non-Verbal, Formal, Informal communication.
UNIT III
Fundamental of Bussiness writing, Format of Bussiness, Types of Business letter, Inquiry
letter, complaint letter Persuasive letter, Proposal, Report Writing.
UNIT IV
Employment Messages Writing Resume, Application letter, Writing the opening paragraph,
Writing the closing paragraph, summarizing
UNIT V
Spoken skills Conducting Presentation, Oral presentation, Debates, Speeches, Interview,
Group Discussion, English Pronunciation, Building Vocabulary.
UNIT VI
Barriers to Effective Communication and ways to overcome them, Listening:Importance of
Listening, Types of Listening , Barriers to Listening and overcoming them, Listening
situations, Developing Listening Skills,
Text Books
1. M.K. Sehgal, Managerial communication, Excel Books, 2010
2. Rohini Aggarwal, Business Communication,Organisation Management,Taxmann,2010
3. P.D. Chaturvedi, Business Communication Concepts Cases & Applications,1e Pearson
Education
4. Abha Sharma Remedial English, Acme Learning
5. Shalini Sharma Concepts of professional Communication, Acme Learning
6. Penrose, Business Comunication for Managers, 5th edition, Cengage Learning, India
Human Resource Management BB 202
Objective: To generate understanding of the human resource management and impart
knowledge of the function.
Scheme: 20 marks for internal evaluation. The assessment shall be done on the basis of test,
case and assignments. External examination shall be of 80 marks for two sections section A
& B. The section A shall have 6 questions, questions shall be of logical and analytical type.
Emphasis shall be on real life situation based questions rather direct theory based questions.
Out of 6 questions 4 shall be solved for 64 marks and there shall be a case for 16 marks in
section B.
Syllabus
Unit I : Introduction: Importance of Human Resource Management – Meaning, Nature and
Scope, Functions and Role of HR Manager – Advisory and service function to other
department – HRM function planning – objectives and policies, organizing the HRM
Department.
Unit II : Procurement and Development Functions: Job Analysis, Job description, job
specification, recruitment, selection, placement and induction and socialization,
Unit III: Training & development. Types and method, job change – career planning,
promotion, demotion, transfer, separations.
Unit IV : Compensation Function: Job evaluation – Merit rating – Mothods of wage,
payment, incentive compensation – Types, advantages, perquisites.
Wage system in India – Minimum wage, fair wage, living wage
Unit V : Maintenance and Integration Functions: Administration of welfare, amenities &
fringe benefits, safety & accident prevention work, environment fatigue safety, accident
prevention. Employee grievances and their redressal, suggestion schemes, administration of
discipline.
Unit VI : Audit and Control Function: Performance appraisal – purpose, factors, methods
360 degree feed back uses and application, human resource accounting.
Text Books
1. Ashwathappa,K Human Resource Management,6e Tata McGraw Hill
2. P L Rao Comprehensive Human Resource Management Excel Books
3. Rajkumar Human Resource Management Strategic Analysis and Cases,
I.K International Publishers,Delhi
4. Saiyadain Mirza,Human Resources Management,4e, Tata McGraw Hill
5. Monir H. Tayeb, International Human Resource Management, Oxford,
6. Subba Rao, Essential of HRM and Industrial Relation, 2008, Himalaya Pub.
House.
Suggested Readings:
1. P.Jyothi &D.N.Venkatesh,Human Resources Management,Oxford,2010
2. Durai, Human Resources Management,Pearsoneducation,2010
Economics II BB 203
Objective: To generate understanding of the macroeconomics and impart knowledge of the
function.
Scheme: 20 marks for internal evaluation. The assessment shall be done on the basis of test,
case and assignments. External examination shall be of 80 marks for two sections section A
& B. The section A shall have 6 questions, questions shall be of logical and analytical type.
Emphasis shall be on real life situation based questions rather direct theory based questions.
Out of 6 questions 4 shall be solved for 64 marks and there shall be a case for 16 marks in
section B.
Syllabus
Unit 1: National Income: Meaning, Definition and importance of Macro Economics –
National Income: Meaning, Definitions: National Income, GNP & NNP, GDP & NDP,
Personal Income (PI), Disposable Income (Di), Per Capita Income (PCI), Real National
Income (RNI)
Unit 2: Theories of Employment: Classical theory of employment – Say's law of markers –
Keynesian theory of employment – Consumption function – APC, MPC, factors influencing
consumption function – Investment function – MEC and Rate and Rate of Interest
Unit 3: Money And Theories Of Money: Meaning, functions and classification of Money–
Gresham's law – R.B.I. Classification of Money – M1, M2, M3, M4 Theories of Money –
Fisher's quantity theory of Money, Cambridge approach (Marshall, Pigou, Robertson and
Keynes).
Unit 4: Trade Cycle and Inflation: Trade cycles – Meaning and definition – Phases of a trade cycle –
Inflation – Definition – Types of Inflation – Causes and effects of inflation – Measures to control
inflation.
Unit 5: Banking, Stock Market And Insurance: Functions of Commercial banks – The
process of credit creation – Concept of Non Banking Finance Companies (NBFCs) –
Unit 6: Concept of SEBI Stock Market – Meaning, functions and importance of Stock
Market – Primary and Secondary Markets, Concepts of (a) Shares (b) Debentures, Insurance
– Types of Insurance – Life Insurance and General Insurance – Functions of the Reserve
bank of India – Methods of credit control – Quantitative and Qualitative Methods.
Text Books
1. Dr.Abha Mittal MacroEconomics,Taxmann's
2. Dwivedi, DN Macroeconomics : Theory & Policy,3e Tata McGraw Hill
3. Gupta, G Macroeconomics: Theory and Applications,3e Tata McGraw Hill
4. E.Shapiro ,Macro Economic Analysis Galgotia Publications
Financial Management BB 204
Objective: To familiarize and develop an understanding of tools and techniques for effective
analysis and interpretations of financial statement and methods for efficient management of
funds of an entity with special reference to corporate form of business organization.
Scheme: 20 marks for internal evaluation. The assessment shall be done on the basis of test,
case and assignments External examination shall be of 80 marks. There will be two sections.
Section A, theoretical, is worth 32 marks with 3 questions out of which student will attempt
any 2. Section B will contain practical, numerical questions having 5 questions and will be
worth 48 marks and student will be require to attempt 3 questions with or without choice.
Syllabus:
Unit 1: Introduction: Concepts, Nature, Scope, Function and Objectives of Financial
Management. Basic Financial Decisions: Investment, Financing and Dividend Decisions.
Unit 2: Analysis and Interpretation of Corporate Final Accounts: Understanding the
Parameters of health of Business: Liquidity, Profitability, Solvency and Efficiency through
learning computation, analysis and interpretation of various tools of financial analysis
Preparation of Cash Flow Statement as per Accounting Standard and its Analysis
Unit 3: Leverage Analysis: Developing the Concept of Leverage in Finance. Computation
and inferences of Degree of Operating Leverage, Financial Leverage and Combined
Leverage.
Unit 4: Investment Decisions: Analysis of Risk and Uncertainty. Concept and Computation
of Time Value of Money, DCF and Non DCF methods of Investment Appraisal. Project
selection on the basis of Investment Decisions. Valuating Investment Proposals for Decision
Making. Capital Rationing
Unit 5: Management of Working Capital: Concepts, components, Determinants and need
of Working Capital. Computation of Working Capital for a Company.
.
Text Books:
1. Dr.R.P. Rustagi Fundamentals of Financial Management,Taxmann's
2. I.M. Pandey, Financial Management, Vikas Publication House, 8th Ed.,
3. Sudhindra Bhat , Financial Management Excel Book
4. Shurti Naagar Fundamental of Financial Management Parshva Publishers
5. Brigham, Fundamentals of Financial Management, 10th, Cengage Learning
6. Chandra Bose Fundamentals of Financial Management, PHI, 2009
English BB 205
Course Objectives: The objectives of the course are to enable students to learn and to
have a good working practice of english.
Scheme : The faculty member will award marks out of a maximum of 20 marks for the
internal performance of the student. The semester examination will be worth 80 marks. The
Students are required to attempt 5 Question out of 7 Questions. All Questions carry equal
Marks.
Syllabus
(A) Prose (A.G. Gardiner)
1. On Saying 'Please'
2. On Habits
3. On Courage
4. On Fear
5. On Keyhole Morals.
(B) Poetry
1. On His Blindness – John Milton
2. It is not Growing Like a Tree – Ben Jonson
3. Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard – Thomas
Gray
(C) English Grammar& Usages
(D) Concord; Agreement of the verb with its subject,structure of sentence,Element of
a series,Active & Passive Voice,Reported Speech
(E) Paragraph Writing
(F) Precis-Writing
(G) Letter & Application – Writing
(H) Essay Writing
Text Books:
1. Kumkum Bhardwaj,Professional Communication,I.K.International Publication,New Delhi
2. Solomon Ambuchelvan ,What is what of English, Acme Learning
3. Deepshikha Jain , Communicative English Parshva Publishers
4. Rajshri Dewan , English and Business communication Acme learning
Management Information System BB 206
Course Objective
The objective of this course is to help the student acquire the basic knowledge of information
system so as to enable them to make more efficient use of information for decision making.
Examination
The faculty member will award internal marks out of 20 (10 marks for the internal
performance of the student and 10 marks for viva voce). The semester examination carrying
80 marks will have 7 questions out of which students will be required to attempt any 5
questions.
Course Contents
1. The meaning and use MIS, System View of Business, Process of MIS, Development
of MIS within the organization, Management Process, Information Needs, System
Approach in Planning Organizing and Controlling MIS.
2. Planning, Implementation and Controlling of Management Information System.
3. Fundamentals of Data Processing, Computer Operation of Manual Information
System, Components of Computer Systems, Flow Chart, Conversion of Manual to
Computer Based Systems, Computer Systems Software, Application Software,
Telecommunication Modem.
4. Managerial Decision Making, characteristics and components of Decision Support
System.
5. System Design: System design consideration, input/output design, forms design, file
organization and database, data management, file design, program design, control and
security.
Text Reading
1. Sushila Madan, Management Information System,2010,Taxmann's
2. Goyal , Management Information System 3/e,2010 Macmillan Publishers
3. Arora & Bhatia Management Information Systems,2010,Excel Books
4. Kumar & Gupta Management Information Systems 2010,Excel Books
5. Laudon,Management Information Systems:Managing the Digital Firm, 11/e,
Pearson
6. Pearlson Managing and using Information Systems,3rd edn , 2009, Wiley


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