Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme Three Year Integrated Programme- Six Semesters Course Structure

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Under Choice Based Credit, Grading and Semester System. To be implemented from Academic Year- 2016-2017 Progressively. 

Board of Studies-in-Business Management, University of Mumbai

FYBMS

(To be implemented from Academic Year- 2016-2017)

 

No. of Courses Semester I Credits No. of Courses Semester II Credits
1 Elective Courses (EC) 1 Elective Courses (EC)
1 Introduction to Financial Accounts 03 1 Principles of Marketing 03
2 Business Law 03 2 Industrial Law 03
3 Business Statistics 03 3 Business Mathematics 03
2 Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC) 2 Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
2A Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 2A Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)
4 Business Communication – I 03 4 Business Communication -II 03
2B *Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) 2B **Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)
5 Any one course from the following list of courses 02 5 Any one course from the following list of the courses 02
3 Core Courses (CC) 3 Core Courses (CC)
6 Foundation of Human Skills 03 6 Business Environment 03
7 Business Economics-I 03 7 Principles of Management 03
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

 

*List of Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

for Semester I (Any One)

**List of Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

for Semester II (Any One)

1 Foundation Course – I 1 Foundation Course –  Value Education and Soft Skill – II
2 Foundation Course in NSS – I 2 Foundation Course in NSS – II
3 Foundation Course in NCC – I 3 Foundation Course in NCC – II
4 Foundation Course in Physical Education – I 4 Foundation Course in Physical Education – II
Note: Course selected in Semester I will continue in Semester II

SYBMS

(To be implemented from Academic Year- 2017-2018)

No. of Courses Semester III Credits No. of Courses Semester IV Credits
1 Elective Courses (EC) 1 Elective Courses (EC)
1 & 2 *Any one group of courses from the following list of the courses 06 1 & 2 ** Any one group of courses from the following list of the courses 06
2 Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC) 2 Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
3 Information Technology in Business Management – I 02 3 Information Technology in Business Management-II 02
3 Core Courses (CC) 3 Core Courses (CC)
4 Environmental Management 03 4 Business Economics-II 03
5 Business Planning & Entrepreneurial Management 03 5 Business Research Methods 03
6 Accounting for Managerial Decisions 03 6 Ethics & Governance 03
7 Strategic Management 03 7 Production & Total Quality Management 03
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

 

*List of group of ElectiveCourses(EC)

for Semester III (Any two)

** List of group of Elective Courses(EC)

for Semester IV (Any two)

Group A: Finance Electives (Any Two Courses)
1 Basics of Financial Services 1 Financial Institutions & Markets
2 Introduction to Cost Accounting 2 Auditing
3 Equity & Debt Market 3 Strategic Cost Management
4 Corporate Finance 4 Behavioural Finance
Group B:Marketing Electives (Any Two Courses)
1 Consumer Behaviour 1 Integrated Marketing Communication
2 Product Innovations Management 2 Rural Marketing
3 Advertising 3 Event Marketing
4 Social Marketing 4 Tourism Marketing
Group C: Human Resource Electives(Any Two Courses)
1 Recruitment & Selection 1 Human Resource Planning & Information System
2 Motivation and Leadership 2 Training & Development in HRM
3 Employees Relations & Welfare 3 Change Management
4 Organisation Behaviour & HRM 4 Conflict & Negotiation
Note: Group selected in Semester III will continue in Semester IV

 

TYBMS

(To be implemented from Academic Year- 2018-2019)

No. of Courses Semester V Credits No. of Courses Semester VI Credits
1 Elective Courses (EC) 1 Elective Courses (EC)
1,2,3 & 4 *Any four courses from the following list of the courses 12 1,2,3 & 4 **Any four courses from the following list of the courses 12
2 Core Courses (CC) 2 Core Courses (CC)
5 Logistics & Supply Chain Management 04 5 Operation Research 04
3
  • Project Work
3
  • Project Work
6 Project Work I 04 6 Project Work II 04
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

 

 

  • Note: Project work is considered as a special course involving application of knowledge in solving/analyzing/exploring a real life situation/ difficult problem. Project work would be of 04 credits. A project work may be undertaken in any area of Elective Courses/ study area selected

 

 

*List of group of Elective Courses(EC)

for Semester V (Any four)

** List of group of Elective Courses(EC)

for Semester VI (Any four)

Group A: Finance Electives (Any four Courses)
1 Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management 1 International Finance
2 Commodity & Derivatives Market 2 Innovative Financial Services
3 Wealth Management 3 Project Management
4 Strategic Financial Management 4 Risk Management in Banking Sector
5 Risk Management 5 Direct Taxes
6 Financing Rural Development 6 Indirect Taxes
Group B:Marketing Electives (Any four Courses)
1 Services Marketing 1 Brand Management
2 E-Commerce & Digital Marketing 2 Retail Management
3 Sales & Distribution Management 3 International Marketing
4 Customer Relationship Management 4 Media Planning & Management
5 Industrial Marketing 5 Corporate Communication & Public Relations
6 Strategic Marketing Management 6 Marketing of Non Profit Organisation
Group C: Human Resource Electives (Any four Courses)
1 Finance for HR Professionals & Compensation Management 1 HRM in Global Perspective
2 Strategic Human Resource Management & HR Policies 2 Organisational Development
3 Performance Management & Career Planning 3 HRM in Service Sector Management
4 Industrial Relations 4 Workforce Diversity
5 Talent & Competency Management 5 Human Resource Accounting & Audit
6 Stress Management 6 Indian Ethos in Management
Note: Group selected in Semester III will continue in Semester V &Semester VI

 

Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme

Under Choice Based Credit, Grading and Semester System

Course Structure

 

FYBMS

(To be implemented from Academic Year- 2016-2017)

 

No. of Courses Semester I Credits No. of Courses Semester II Credits
1 Elective Courses (EC) 1 Elective Courses (EC)
1 Introduction to Financial Accounts 03 1 Principles of Marketing 03
2 Business Law 03 2 Industrial Law 03
3 Business Statistics 03 3 Business Mathematics 03
2 Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC) 2 Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
2A Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 2A Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)
4 Business Communication – I 03 4 Business Communication -II 03
2B *Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) 2B **Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)
5 Any one course from the following list of courses 02 5 Any one course from the following list of the courses 02
3 Core Courses (CC) 3 Core Courses (CC)
6 Foundation of Human Skills 03 6 Business Environment 03
7 Business Economics-I 03 7 Principles of Management 03
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

 

*List of Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

for Semester I (Any One)

**List of Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

for Semester II (Any One)

1 Foundation Course – I 1 Foundation Course- II
2 Foundation Coursein NSS – I 2 Foundation Coursein NSS – II
3 Foundation Course in NCC – I 3 Foundation Course in NCC – II
4 Foundation Course inPhysical Education – I 4 Foundation Course inPhysical Education – II
Note: Course selected in Semester I will continue in Semester II

 

Revised Syllabus of Courses ofBachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester I

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Elective Courses (EC)

 

  • Introduction to Financial Accounts

 

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Introduction 15
2 Accounting Transactions 15
3 Depreciation Accounting & Trial Balance 15
4 Final Accounts 15
Total 60

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Introduction
  • Meaning and Scope of Accounting: Need and development, definition: Book-Keeping and accounting, Persons interested in accounting, Branches of accounting, Objectives of accounting
  • Accounting principles: Introductions to Concepts and conventions.
  • Introduction to Accounting Standards: Meaning and Scope)
  • AS 1 : Disclosure to Accounting Policies
  • AS 6: Depreciation Accounting.
  • AS 9: Revenue Recognition.
  • AS 10: Accounting For Fixed Assets.
  • International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS): Introduction to IFRS
  • IAS-1:Presenttion of Financial Statements (Introductory Knowledge)
  • IAS-2:Inventories (Introductory Knowledge)
  • Accounting in Computerized Environment: Introduction, Features and application in various areas of Accounting
2 Accounting Transactions
  • Accounting transactions: Accounting cycle, Journal, Journal proper, Opening and closing entries, Relationship between journal & ledger: Rules regarding posting: Trial balance: Subsidiary books (Purchase, Purchase Returns, Sales, Sales Returns & cash book –Triple Column), Bank Reconciliation Statement.
  • Expenditure:Classification of Expenditure- Capital, revenue and Deferred Revenue expenditureUnusual expenses: Effects of error: Criteria test.
  • Receipts: Capital receipt, Revenue receipt, distinction between capital receipts and revenue receipts.
  • Profit or Loss: Revenue profit or loss, capital profit or loss
3 Depreciation Accounting & Trial Balance
  • Depreciation accounting: Practical problem based on depreciation using SLM and RBM methods. (Where Provision for depreciation Account not maintained).
  • Preparation of Trial Balance:Introduction and Preparation of Trial Balance
4 Final Accounts
  • Introduction to Final Accounts of a Sole proprietor.
  • Rectification of errors.
  • Manufacturing Account, Trading Account, Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet.
  • Preparation and presentation of Final Accounts in horizontal format
  • Introduction to Schedule 6 of Companies Act ,1956

 

Revised Syllabus of Courses ofBachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester I

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Elective Courses (EC)

 

  • Business Law

 

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Contract Act, 1872 & Sale of Goods Act, 1930 15
2 Negotiable Instrument Act, 1981 & Consumer Protection Act, 1986 15
3 Company Law 15
4 Intellectual Property Rights(IPR) 15
Total 60

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Contract Act, 1872 & Sale of Goods Act, 1930
    • Contract Act,1872: Essential elements of Contract; Agreement and Contract – Capacity to Contract, free consent, consideration, lawful objects/ consideration, Breach of contract. Remedies for breach of Contract.
  • Sale of Goods Act,1930: Scope of Act, Sale and Agreement to sell, essential of a valid Sale Contract – Conditions and warranties – Implied Condition and warranties, Rights of an unpaid seller.
2 Negotiable Instrument Act, 1981 & Consumer Protection Act, 1986
  • Negotiable Instrument Act,1981: Introduction of Negotiable Instruments – Characteristics of negotiable instruments, Promissory note, Bills of exchange, Cheque, Dishonour of Cheque.
  • Consumer Protection Act, 1986: Objects of Consumer Protection- Introduction of Consumers, who is consumer? Meaning of the words “Goods and services” – Meaning of thewords “Defects and Deficiencies of goods and services” Consumer disputes and Complaints.
3 Company Law
  • Company Law: What is company? – Incorporation of company – MOA, AOA, Prospectus, Meetings, Meaning of transfer and transmission of shares.
4 Intellectual Property Rights(IPR)
  • Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
  • IPR definition/ objectives
  • Patent definition. What is patentable? What is not patentable? Invention And its Attributes, Inventors and Applications
  • Trademarks, definition, types of trademarks, infringement and passing off.
  • Copy right definition and subject in which copy right exists, Originality, Meaning and Content, Authors and Owners, Rights and Restrictions.
  • Geographical indications (only short notes)

 

Revised Syllabus of Courses ofBachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester I

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Elective Courses (EC)

 

  • Business Statistics

 

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Introduction to Statistics 15
2 Measures of Dispersion, Co-Relation and Linear Regression 15
3 Time Series and Index Number 15
4 Probability andDecision Theory 15
Total 60

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Introduction to Statistics
  • Introduction: Functions/Scope, Importance, Limitations
  • Data: Relevance of Data(Current Scenario), Type of data(Primary & Secondary), Primary(Census vs Samples, Method of Collection (In Brief), Secondary(Merits, Limitations, Sources) (In Brief)
  • Presentation Of Data:Classification – Frequency Distribution – Discrete & Continuous, Tabulation, Graph(Frequency, Bar Diagram, Pie Chart, Histogram, Ogives)
  • Measures Of Central Tendency:Mean(A.M, Weighted, Combined), Median(Calculation and graphical using Ogives), Mode(Calculation and Graphical using Histogram), Comparative analysis of all measures of Central Tendency
2 Measures of Dispersion, Co-Relation and Linear Regression
  • Measures Of Dispersion: Range with C.R(Co-Efficient Of Range), Quartiles & Quartile deviation with CQ (Co-Efficient Of Quartile), Mean Deviation from mean with CMD (Co-Efficient Of Mean Deviation), Standard deviation with CV(Co-Efficient Of Variance), Skewness& Kurtosis (Only concept)
  • Co-Relation: Karl Pearson, Rank Co-Relation
  • Linear Regression: Least Square Method
3 Time Series and Index Number
    • Time Series: Least Square Method, Moving Average Method, Determination of Season
  • Index Number: Simple(unweighted) Aggregate Method, Weighted Aggregate Method, Simple Average of Price Relatives, Weighted Average of Price Relatives, Chain Base Index Numbers, Base Shifting, Splicing and Deflating, Cost of Living Index Number
4 Probability and Decision Theory
  • Probability: Concept of Sample space, Concept of Event, Definition of Probability, Addition & Multiplication laws of Probability, Conditional Probability, Bayes’ Theorem(Concept only), Expectation & Variance, Concept of Probability Distribution(Only Concept)
  • Decision Theory: Acts, State of Nature Events, Pay offs, Opportunity loss, Decision Making under Certainty, Decision Making under Uncertainty,
  • Non-Probability: Maximax, Maximin, Minimax, Regret, Laplace &Hurwicz)
  • Probabilitistics (Decision Making under risk):EMV, EOL, EVPI
  • Decision Tree

 

Revised Syllabus of Courses ofBachelor of Management Studies (BMS)Programme at Semester I

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)

 

  1. Business Communication- I

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Theory of Communication 15
2 Obstacles to Communication in Business World 15
3 Business Correspondence 15
4 Language and Writing Skills 15
Total 60

 

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Theory of Communication
Concept of Communication: Meaning, Definition, Process, Need, FeedbackEmergence of Communication as a key concept in the Corporate and Global worldImpact of technological advancements on Communication

Channels and Objectives of Communication: Channels-

Formal and Informal- Vertical, Horizontal, Diagonal, Grapevine

Objectives of Communication: Information, Advice, Order and Instruction, Persuasion, Motivation, Education,Warning, and Boosting the Morale of Employees(A brief introduction to these objectives to be given)

Methods and Modes of Communication:

Methods: Verbal and Nonverbal, Characteristics of Verbal Communication Characteristics of Non-verbal Communication, Business Etiquette

Modes: Telephone and SMS Communication 3 (General introduction to Telegram to be given) Facsimile Communication [Fax]

Computers and E- communication Video and Satellite Conferencing

2 Obstacles to Communication in Business World
Problems in Communication /Barriers to Communication:

Physical/ Semantic/Language / Socio-Cultural / Psychological / Barriers, Ways to Overcome these Barriers

Listening: Importance of Listening Skills, Cultivating good Listening Skills – 4

Introduction to Business Ethics:

Concept and Interpretation, Importance of Business Ethics, Personal Integrity at the workplace, Business Ethics and media, Computer Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility

Teachers can adopt a case study approach and address issues such as the following so as to orient and sensitize the student community to actual business practices:

Surrogate Advertising, Patents and Intellectual Property Rights, Dumping of Medical/E-waste,

Human Rights Violations and Discrimination on the basis of gender, race, caste, religion, appearance and sexual orientation at the workplace

Piracy, Insurance, Child Labour

3 Business Correspondence
Theory of Business Letter Writing:

Parts, Structure, Layouts—Full Block, Modified Block, Semi – Block Principles of Effective Letter Writing, Principles of effective Email Writing,

Personnel Correspondence:

Statement of Purpose, Job Application Letter and Resume, Letter of Acceptance of Job Offer, Letter of Resignation

[Letter of Appointment, Promotion and Termination, Letter of Recommendation (to be taught but not to be tested in the examination)]

Sr. No. Modules / Units
4 Language and Writing Skills
Commercial Terms used in Business Communication

Paragraph Writing:

Developing an idea, using appropriate linking devices, etc

Cohesion and Coherence, self-editing, etc [Interpretation of technical data, Composition on a given situation, a short informal report etc.]

Activities

  • Listening Comprehension
  • Remedial Teaching
  • Speaking Skills: Presenting a News Item, Dialogue and Speeches
  • Paragraph Writing: Preparation of the first draft, Revision and Self – Editing, Rules of spelling.
  • Reading Comprehension: Analysis of texts from the fields of Commerce and Management

Revised Syllabus of Courses ofBachelor of Management Studies (BMS)Programme at Semester I

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

 

  1. Foundation Course -I

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Overview of Indian Society 05
2 Concept of Disparity‐ 1 10
3 Concept of Disparity‐2 10
4 The Indian Constitution 10
5 Significant Aspects of Political Processes 10
Total 45

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Overview of Indian Society
Understand the multi-cultural diversity of Indian society through its demographic composition: population distribution according to religion, caste, and gender; Appreciate the concept of linguistic diversity in relation to the Indian situation; Understand regional variations according to rural, urban and tribal characteristics; Understanding the concept of diversity as difference
2 Concept of Disparity‐ 1
Understand the concept of disparity as arising out of stratification and inequality;

Explore the disparities arising out of gender with special reference to violence against women, female foeticide (declining sex ratio), and portrayal of women in media;Appreciate the inequalities faced by people with disabilities and understand the issues of people with physical and mental disabilities

3 Concept of Disparity‐2
Examine inequalities manifested due to the caste system and inter-group conflicts arising thereof; Understand inter-group conflicts arising out of communalism; Examine the causes and effects of conflicts arising out of regionalism and linguistic differences
4 The Indian Constitution
Philosophy of the Constitution as set out in the Preamble; The structure of the Constitution-the Preamble, Main Body and Schedules; Fundamental Duties of the Indian Citizen; tolerance, peace and communal harmony as crucial values in strengthening the social fabric of Indian society; Basic features of the Constitution
5 Significant Aspects of Political Processes
The party system in Indian politics; Local self-government in urban and rural areas; the 73rd and 74th Amendments and their implications for inclusive politics; Role and significance of women in politics

 

Revised Syllabus of Courses ofBachelor of Management Studies (BMS)Programme at Semester I

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

 

5.Foundation Course in NSS – I

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Introduction to NSS 10
2 Concept of Society and Social Issues in India 15
3 Indian Constitution and Social Justice 10
4 Human Personality and National Integration 10
Total 45

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Introduction to NSS
Introduction to National Service Scheme(NSS)

Orientation and structure of National Service Scheme(NSS)

National Service Scheme(NSS)- its objectives

The historical perspective  of National Service Scheme(NSS)

National Service Scheme(NSS)- Symbol and its meaning

National Service Scheme(NSS)-  its hierarchy from national to college level

National Service Scheme(NSS) Regular activities  

Distribution of working hours- Association between issues and programs- community project- urban rural activities, Association- modes of activity evaluation

2 Concept of Society and Social Issues in India
History and philosophy of social sciences in India

Concept of society- Development of Indian society –  Features of Indian Society-

Division of labour and cast system in India

Basic social issues in India

Degeneration of value system, Family system, Gender issues, Regional imbalance

3 Indian Constitution and Social Justice
Indian Constitution

Features of Indian Constitution – Provisions related to social integrity and development

Social Justice  

Social Justice- the concept and its features

Inclusive growth- the concept and its features

4 Human Personality and National Integration
Dimensions of human personality

Social Dimension of Human personality- Understanding of the socity

Physical Dimension of Human personality- Physical Exercise, Yoga, etc.

National integration & Communal Harmony

National Integration- its meaning, importance and practice

Communal Harmony- its meaning, importance and practice

Revised Syllabus of Courses ofBachelor of Management Studies (BMS)Programme at Semester I

 

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

 

5.Foundation Course in NCC – I

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Introduction to NCC, National Integration & Awareness 10
2 Drill: Foot Drill 10
3 Adventure Training, Environment Awareness and Conservation 10
4 Personality Development and Leadership 10
5 Specialized Subject: Army/ Navy/ Air 05
Total 45

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Introduction to NCC, National Integration & Awareness
Desired outcome: The students will display sense of patriotism, secular values and shall be transformed into motivated youth who will contribute towards nation building through national unity and social cohesion.     

  • Genesis, Aims, Objectives of NCC & NCC Song
  • Organisation& Training
  • Incentives & Benefits
  • Religions, Culture, Traditions and Customs of India
  • National Integration: Importance and Necessity
  • Freedom Struggle
2 Drill: Foot Drill
Desired outcome: The students will demonstrate the sense of discipline, improve bearing, smartness, turnout, develop the quality of immediate and implicit obedience of orders, with good reflexes.

  • General and Words of Command
  • Attention, Stand at Ease and Stand Easy, Turning and Inclining at the Halt
  • Sizing, Forming Up in Three Ranks and Numbering, Open and Close Order March and Dressing
  • Saluting at the Halt, Getting On Parade, Dismissing and Falling Out
  • Marching, Length of Pace and Time of Marching in Quick Time and Halt, Slow March and Halt
  • Turning on the March and Wheeling.
  • Saluting on the March.
  • Formation of squad and Squad Drill.
3 Adventure Training, Environment Awareness and Conservation
Adventure Training

Desired outcome: The students will overcome fear & inculcate within them the sense of adventure, sportsmanship,espirit-d-corp and develop confidence , courage , determination, diligence and quest for excellence.

  • Any Two such as – Obstacle course, Slithering, Trekking, Cycling, Rock Climbing, Para Sailing, Sailing,Scuba Diving etc

Environment Awareness and Conservation

Desired outcome: The student will be aware of the conservation of natural resources and protection of environment.

  • Natural Resources – Conservation and Management
  • Water Conservation and Rainwater Harvesting

Sr. No. Modules / Units
4 Personality Development and Leadership
Desired outcome: The student will develop an all-round personality with adequate leadership traits to deal / contribute effectively in life.

  • Introduction to Personality Development
  • Factors Influencing /Shaping Personality: Physical, Social, Physiological, Philosophical and Psychological
  • Self Awareness Know yourself/ Insight
  • Change Your Mind Set
  • Communication Skills: Group Discussion / Lecturettes (Public Speaking)
  • Leadership Traits
  • Types of Leadership
5 Specialized Subject: Army Or Navy Or Air
Army

Desired outcome: The training shall instill patriotism, commitment and passion to serve the nation motivating the youth to join the defence forces.

It will also acquaint, expose & provide basic knowledge about armed, naval and air-force subjects

  • Armed Force
  • Basic organisation of Armed Forces
  • Organisation of Army
  • Badges and Ranks
  • Introduction to Infantry and weapons and equipments
  • Characteristics of 7.62mm SLR Rifle, Ammunition, Fire power, Stripping, Assembling and Cleaning
  • Military history
  • Biographies of renowned Generals (Carriapa / Sam Manekshaw)
  • Indian Army War Heroes- PVCs
  • Communication
  • Types of Communications
  • Characteristics of Wireless Technologies (Mobile, Wi-Fi etc.)

OR

Navy

  • Naval orientation and service subjects
  • History of the Indian Navy-Pre and Post Independence, Gallantry award winners
  • Organization of Navy- NHQ, Commands, Fleets, Ships and shore establishments
  • Types of Warships and their role
  • Organization of Army and Air Force- Operational and Training commands
  • Ranks of Officers and Sailors, Equivalent Ranks in the Three Services
  • Ship and Boat Modelling
  • Principles of Ship Modelling
  • Maintenance and Care of tools

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
  • Search and Rescue
  • SAR Organization in the Indian ocean
  • Swimming

Floating for three minutes and Free style swimming for 50 meters
OR
AIR

  • General Service Knowledge
  • Development of Aviation
  • History of IAF
  • Principles of Flight
  • Introduction
  • Laws of Motion
  • Glossary of Terms.
  • Airmanship
  • Introduction
  • Airfield Layout
  • Rules of the Air
  • Circuit Procedure
  • ATC/RT Procedures
  • Aviation Medicine
  • Aero– Engines
  • Introduction to Aero-engines

 

Revised Syllabus of Courses of Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)Programme at Semester I

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

 

5.Foundation Course in Physical Education – I

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Introduction to Basic Relevant concepts in Physical Education 10
2 Components of Physical Fitness 15
3 Testing Physical Fitness 10
4 Effect of Exercise on various Body System 10
Total 45

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Introduction to Basic Relevant concepts in Physical Education
  • Dimensions and determinants of Health, Fitness & Wellness
  • Concept of Physical Education and its importance
  • Concept of Physical Fitness and its types
  • Concept of Physical Activity, exercise and its types & benefits
2 Components of Physical Fitness
  • Concept of components of Physical Fitness
  • Concept and components of HRPF
  • Concept and components of SRPF
  • Importance of Physical Education in developing physical fitness components.
3 Testing Physical Fitness
  • Tests for measuring Cardiovascular Endurance
  • Tests for measuring Muscular Strength& Endurance
  • Tests for measuring Flexibility
  • Tests for measuring Body Composition
4 Effect of Exercise on various Body System
  • Effect of exercises on Musculoskeletal system
  • Effect of exercises on Circulatory System
  • Effect of exercises on Respiratory System
  • Effect of exercises on Glandular System

Revised Syllabus of Courses ofBachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester I

WithEffect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Core Courses (CC)

6.Foundation of Human Skills

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Understanding of Human Nature 15
2 Introduction to Group Behaviour 15
3 Organizational Culture and Motivation at workplace 15
4 Organisational Change, Creativity and Development and Work Stress 15
Total 60

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Understanding of Human Nature
  • IndividualBehaviour:Concept of a man, individual differences, factors affecting individual differences, Influence of environment
  • Personality and attitude: Determinants of personality, Personality traits theory, Big five model, Personality traits important for organizational behaviour like authoritarianism, locus of control, Machiavellianism, introversion-extroversion achievement orientation , self  – esteem, risk taking, self-monitoring and type  A  and B personalities, Concept of understanding self  through JOHARI WINDOWS, Nature and components of attitude, Functions of attitude, Ways of changing attitude, Reading emotions
  • Thinking, learning and perceptions: Thinking skills, thinking styles and thinking hat, Managerial skills and development, Learning characteristics, theories of learning (classical conditioning, operant     conditioning and social learning approaches), Intelligence, type ( IQ, EQ, SQ, at work place), Perception features and factor influencing individual perception, Effects of perceptual error in managerial decision making at work place. (Errors such as Halo effect, stereotyping, prejudice attributional).
2 Introduction to Group Behaviour
  • Introduction to Group Behaviour
    • Group Dynamics: Nature, types, group behaviour model (roles, norms, status, process, structures)
    • Team effectiveness: nature, types of teams, ways of forming an effective team.
  • Setting goals.
  • Organizational processes and system.
  • Power and politics: nature, bases of power, politics nature, types, causes of organizational politics, political games.
  • Organizational conflicts and resolution: Conflict features, types, causes leading to organizational conflicts, levels of conflicts, ways to resolve conflicts through five conflicts resolution strategies with outcomes.
3 Organizational Culture and Motivation at workplace
  • Organizational Culture:
  • Characteristics of organizational culture.
  • Types, functions and barriers of organizational culture
  • Ways   of   creating   and   maintaining   effective organization culture
  • Motivation at workplace: Concept of motivation

Theories of motivation in an organisational set up.

  • A.Maslow Need Heirachy
  • F.Hertzberg Dual Factor
  • Mc.Gregor theory X and theory Y.

Waysofmotivating through carrot (positive reinforcement) and stick (negative reinforcement) at workplace.

4 Organisational Change, Creativity and Development and Work Stress
  • Organisational change and creativity: Concepts of organisational change, Factors leading/influencing organisational change, Kurt Lewins model of  organisational change  and development, Creativity and qualities of a creative person, Ways  of  enhancing  creativity  for  effective  decision making, Creative problem solving.
  • Organisational Development and work stress: Need for organisational development, OD Techniques, Stress, types of stress, Causes and consequences of job stress, Ways for coping up with job stress

Revised Syllabus of Courses ofBachelorof Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester I

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Core Courses (CC)

  1. Business Economics – I

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Introduction 10
2 Demand Analysis 10
3 Supply and Production Decisions and Cost of Production 15
4 Market structure: Perfect competition and Monopoly and Pricing and Output Decisions under Imperfect Competition 15
5 Pricing Practices 10
Total 60

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Introduction
Scope and Importance of Business Economics – basic tools- Opportunity Cost principle- Incremental and Marginal Concepts. Basic economic relations – functional relations: equations- Total, Average and Marginal relations- use of Marginal analysis in decision making,

The basics of  market demand, market supply and equilibrium price-  shifts in the demand and supply curves and equilibrium

2 Demand Analysis
Demand Function – nature of demand curve under different markets

Meaning, significance, types  and measurement of elasticity of demand (Price, income cross and promotional)- relationship between elasticity of demand and revenue concepts

Demand estimation and forecasting: Meaning and significance – methods of demand estimation : survey and statistical methods

(numerical illustrations on trend analysis and simple linear regression)

3 Supply and Production Decisions and Cost of Production
Production function: short run analysis with Law of Variable Proportions- Production function with two variable inputs- isoquants, ridge lines and least cost combination of inputs- Long run production function and Laws of Returns to Scale – expansion path – Economies and diseconomies  of Scale.

Cost concepts: Accounting cost and economic cost, implicit and explicit cost, fixed and variable cost – total, average and marginal cost – Cost Output Relationship in the Short Run and Long Run (hypothetical numerical problems to be discussed),

LAC and Learning curve – Break even analysis (with business applications)

4 Market structure: Perfect competition and Monopoly and Pricing and Output Decisions under Imperfect Competition
Short run and long run equilibrium of a competitive firm and of industry – monopoly – short run and long- run equilibrium of a firm under Monopoly

Monopolistic competition:Equilibrium of a firm under monopolistic competition,   debate over role of advertising

(topics to be taught using case studies from real life examples)

Oligopolistic markets: key attributes of oligopoly – Collusive and non collusive oligopoly market – Price rigidity – Cartels and price leadership models  

(with practical examples)

5 Pricing Practices
Cost oriented pricing methods: cost – plus (full cost) pricing, marginal cost pricing, Mark up pricing, discriminating pricing, multiple – product pricing – transfer pricing

(case studies on how pricing methods are used in business world)

 

 

Revised Syllabus of Courses of Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester II

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Elective Courses(EC)

 

 

  • Principles of Marketing

 

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Introduction to Marketing 15
2 Marketing Environment, Research and Consumer Behaviour 15
3 Marketing Mix 15
4 Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning and Trends In Marketing 15
Total 60

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Introduction to Marketing
  • Introduction to Marketing:Definition, features, advantages and scope of marketing. The 4P’s and 4C’s of marketing. Marketing v/s Selling.  Marketing as an activity and function
  • Concepts of Marketing: Needs, wants and demands, transactions, transfer and exchanges.
  • Orientations of a firm: Production concept; Product concept; selling concept and marketing concept, social relationship, Holistic marketing.
2 Marketing Environment, Research and Consumer Behaviour
  • The micro environment of business: Management structure; Marketing Channels; Markets in which a firm operates; competitors and stakeholders.
  • Macro environment: Political Factors; Economic Factors; Socio Cultural Factors , Technological Factors (PEST Analysis)
  • Marketing research:  Meaning, features, Importance of marketing research. Types of marketing research: Product research; Sales research; consumer/customer research; production research
  • MIS:Meaning, features and Importance
  • Consumer Behaviour: Meaning, feature, importance, factors affecting Consumer Behaviour
3 Marketing Mix
  • Marketing mix: Meaning –elements of Marketing Mix.
  • Product-product mix-product line lifecycle-product planning – New product development- failure of new product-levels of product.
  • Branding –Packing  and  packaging – role and importance
  • Pricing – objectives- factors influencing pricing policy and Pricing strategy.
  • Physical distribution – meaning – factor affecting channel selection-types of marketing channels
  • Promotion – meaning and significance of promotion. Promotion
  • tools (brief)
4 Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning and Trends In Marketing
  • Segmentation – meaning , importance , basis
  • Targeting – meaning , types
  • Positioning – meaning – strategies
  • New trends in marketing – E-marketing , Internet marketing and marketing using Social network
  • Social marketing/ Relationship marketing

 

Revised Syllabus of Courses of Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester II

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Elective Courses (EC)

 

2.Industrial Law

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Laws Related to Industrial Relations and Industrial Disputes 15
2 Laws Related to Health, Safety and Welfare 15
3 Social Legislation 15
4 Laws Related to Compensation Management 15
Total 60

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Laws Related to Industrial Relations and Industrial Disputes
  • Industrial Disputes Act, 1947: Definition, Authorities, Awards, Settlements, Strikes Lockouts, Lay Offs, Retrenchment and Closure
  • The Trade Union Act, 1926
2 Laws Related to Health, Safety and Welfare
  • The Factory Act 1948: (Provisions related to Health, Safety and Welfare)
  • The Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923 Provisions:
  • Introduction: The doctrine of assumed risk, The doctrine of Common Employment, The doctrine of Contributory Negligence
  • Definitions
  • Employers liability for compensation (S-3 to 13)
  • Rules as to Compensation (Sec 4 to Sec 9) (14 A & 17)
3 Social Legislation
  • Employee State Insurance Act 1948: Definition and  Employees Provident Fund
  • Miscellaneous Provision Act 1948: Schemes, Administration and determination of dues
4 Laws Related To Compensation Management
  • The payment of Wages Act 1948: Objectives, Definition, Authorised Deductions
  • Payment of Bonus Act, 1965
  • The Payment Of Gratuity Act, 1972

 

Revised Syllabus of Courses of Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester II

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Elective Courses (EC)

 

3.Business Mathematics

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Elementary Financial Mathematics 15
2 Matrices and Determinants 15
3 Derivatives and Applications of Derivatives 15
4 Numerical Analysis [Interpolation] 15
Total 60

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Elementary Financial Mathematics
  • Simple and Compound Interest: Interest compounded once a year, more than once a year, continuous, nominal and effective rate of interest
  • Annuity-Present and future value-sinking funds
  • Depreciation of Assets: Equated Monthly Installments (EMI)- using flat interest rate and reducing balance method.
  • Functions:Algebraic functions and the functions used in business and economics, Break Even and Equilibrium point.
  • Permutation and Combination: (Simple problems to be solved with the calculator only)
2 Matrices and Determinants
  • Matrices: Some important definitions and some important results. Matrix operation (Addition, scalar multiplication , matrix multiplication, transpose of a matrix)
  • Determinants of a matrix of order two or three: properties and results of Determinants
  • Solving a system of linear equations using Cramer’s rule
  • Inverse of a Matrix (up to order three) using ad-joint of a matrix and matrix inversion method
  • Case study: Input Output Analysis
3 Derivatives and Applications of Derivatives
  • Introduction and Concept: Derivatives of constant function, logarithmic functions, polynomial and exponential function
  • Rules of derivatives: addition, multiplication, quotient
  • Second order derivatives
  • Application of Derivatives: Maxima, Minima, Average Cost and Marginal Cost. Total revenue, Marginal revenue, Average revenue. Average and Marginal profit. Price elasticity of demand
4 Numerical Analysis [Interpolation]
  • Introduction and concept: Finite differences – forward difference operator – Newton’s forward difference formula with simple examples
  • Backward Difference Operator. Newton’s backward interpolation formula with simple examples

 

Revised Syllabus of Courses of Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester II

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)

 

  1. Business Communication – II

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Presentation Skills 15
2 Group Communication 15
3 Business Correspondence 15
4 Language and Writing Skills 15
Total 60

 

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Presentation Skills
Presentations:  (to be tested in tutorials only) 4 Principles of Effective Presentation

Effective use of OHP

Effective use of Transparencies

How to make a Power-Point Presentation

2 Group Communication
Interviews:Group Discussion Preparing for an Interview, Types of Interviews – Selection, Appraisal, Grievance, Exit

Meetings:Need and Importance of Meetings, Conduct of Meeting and Group Dynamics Role of the Chairperson, Role of the Participants, Drafting of Notice, Agenda and Resolutions

Conference:Meaning and Importance of Conference Organizing a Conference Modern Methods: Video and Tele – Conferencing

Public Relations: Meaning, Functions of PR Department, External and Internal Measures of PR

3 Business Correspondence
Trade Letters: Order, Credit and Status Enquiry, Collection (just a brief introduction to be given)

Only following to be taught in detail:-

Letters of Inquiry, Letters of Complaints, Claims, Adjustments Sales Letters, promotional leaflets and fliers Consumer Grievance Letters, Letters under Right to Information (RTI) Act

[Teachers must provide the students with theoretical constructs wherever necessary in order to create awareness. However students should not be tested on the theory.]

4 Language and Writing Skills
Reports: Parts, Types, Feasibility Reports, Investigative Reports

Summarisation: Identification of main and supporting/sub points Presenting these in a cohesive manner

Revised Syllabus of Courses of Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester II

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

 

  1. Foundation Course – II

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Globalisation and Indian Society 07
2 Human Rights 10
3 Ecology 10
4 Understanding Stress and Conflict 10
5 Managing Stress and Conflict in Contemporary Society 08
Total 45

 

Sr. No Modules /Units
1 Globalisation and Indian Society
Understanding the concepts of liberalization, privatization and globalization;Growth of information technology and communication and its impact manifested in everyday life; Impact of globalization on industry: changes in employment and increasing migration; Changes in agrarian sector due to globalization; rise in corporate farming and increase in farmers’ suicides.
2 Human Rights
Concept of Human Rights; origin and evolution of the concept; The Universal Declaration of Human Rights;Human Rights constituents with special reference to Fundamental Rights stated in the Constitution
3 Ecology
Importance of Environment Studies in the current developmental context; Understanding concepts of Environment, Ecology and their interconnectedness; Environment as natural capital and connection to quality of human life; Environmental Degradation‐ causes and impact on human life;Sustainable development‐ concept and components; poverty and environment
4 Understanding Stress and Conflict
Causes of stress and conflict in individuals and society; Agents of socialization and the role played by them in developing the individual; Significance of values, ethics and prejudices in developing the individual; Stereotyping and prejudice as significant factors in causing conflicts in society. Aggression and violence as the public expression of conflict
5 Managing Stress and Conflict in Contemporary Society
Types of conflicts and use of coping mechanisms for managing individual stress; Maslow’s theory of self‐actualisation;Different methods of responding to conflicts in society; Conflict‐resolution and efforts towards building peace and harmony in society

 

Revised Syllabus of Courses of Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester II

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

 

  1. Foundation Course in NSS – II

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Socio-economic Survey and Special Camp 10
2 Orientation of the College Unit and Communication Skills 15
3 Rapport with Community and Programme Planning 10
4 Government Organisations /Non-Government Organisations 10
Total 45

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Socio-economic Survey and Special Camp
Socio economic survey

Socio-economic survey- its meaning and need,

Process of Socio-economic survey- design of questionnaire; data collection, data analysis and report writing

Special camping activity

Concept of camp- Identification of community problems- Importance of group living- Team building- Adoption of village- Planning for  camp- pre camping, during the course of camp  and post camping activities

2 Orientation of the College Unit and Communication Skills
Training and orientation of the program unit in the college

Leadership  training – formation  of  need based programmmes- Concept of campus to  community(C to C) activities

Communication skills and Documentation

Communication skills- the concept, Verbal, Non-Verbal communication

The documentation- Activity Report Writing – basics of NSS accounting – Annual Report – Press note and preparation

3 Rapport with Community and Programme Planning
Working with individual group and community

Ice breaking- interaction games – conflict resolution

Program planning

Programme planning- the concept and its features, requirements for successful implementation of program- program flow charting- feedback

4 Government Organisations /Non-Government Organisations
Structure of Government Organisations  and Non-Government Organisations

Government organisations (GO)-  its meaning -Legal set up, functioning, Sources of funding

Non-Government organisations (NGO)-  its meaning -Legal set up, functioning, Sources of funding

National Service Scheme(NSS)- Government organisations (GO) and Non-Government organisations (NGO)

Government schemes for community development

Schemes of Government welfare departments for community development-   provisions & examples

Revised Syllabus of Courses of Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester II

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

 

5.Foundation Course in NCC – II

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Disaster Management, Social Awareness and Community Development 10
2 Health and Hygiene 10
3 Drill with Arms 10
4 Weapon Training 10
5 Specialized Subject: Army Or Navy Or Air 05
Total 45

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Disaster Management, Social Awareness and Community Development
Disaster Management:

Desired outcome: The student shall gain basic information about civil defence organisation / NDMA & shall provide assistance to civil administration in various types of emergencies during natural / manmade disasters

  • Civil Defence Organisation and Its Duties/ NDMA
  • Types of  Emergencies/ Natural Disaster
  • Assistance during Natural / Other Calamities: Flood / Cyclone/ Earth Quake/ Accident etc.
  • ‘Avan’ model of NCC

Social Awareness and Community Development:

Desired outcome: The student shall have an understanding about social service and its need, about NGOs and shall participate in community action programmes for betterment of the community.

  • Basics of Social Service, Weaker Sections of Our Society and Their Needs
  • Social/ Rural Development Project: MNREGA, SGSY, NSAP etc.
  • Contribution of Youth towards Social Welfare
  • Civic Responsibilities
  • Causes & Prevention of HIV/AIDS; Role of Youth
2 Health and Hygiene
Desired outcome: The student shall be fully aware about personal health and hygiene lead a healthy life style and foster habits of restraint and self awareness.

  • Structure and Functioning of the Human Body
  • Hygiene and Sanitation (Personal and Food Hygiene)
  • Infectious & Contagious Diseases & Their Prevention
3 Drill with Arms
Desired outcome: The students will demonstrate the sense of discipline, improve bearing, smartness, turnout, develop the quality of immediate and implicit obedience of orders, with good reflexes.

  • Attention, Stand at Ease and Stand Easy
  • Getting on Parade with Rifle and Dressing at the Order
  • Dismissing and Falling Out
  • Ground / Take Up Arms
  • Present From the Order and Vice-versa
  • General Salute, Salami Shastra
4 Weapon Training
Desired outcome: The student shall have basic knowledge of weapons and their use and handling.

  • Characteristics of a Rifle / Rifle Ammunition and its Fire Power
  • Stripping, Assembling, Care and Cleaning and Sight Setting of .22 rifle
  • Stripping, Assembling, Care and Cleaning of  7.62mm SLR
  • Loading, Cocking and Unloading
  • The lying position, Holding and Aiming- I
  • Trigger control and firing a shot
  • Range procedure and safety precautions
  • Short range firing, Aiming- II -Alteration of sight

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
5 Specialized Subject: Army Or Navy Or Air
Army

Desired outcome: The training shall instill patriotism, commitment and passion to serve the nation motivating the youth to join the defence forces.

It will also acquaint, expose & provide basic knowledge about armed, naval and air-force subjects

  • Map reading
  • Introduction to types of Maps and Conventional signs
  • Scales and Grid system
  • Topographical forms and technical terms
  • Relief, contours and Gradients
  • Cardinal points and Types of North
  • Types of bearings and use of Service Protractor
  • Prismatic compass and its use and GPS
  • Field Craft and Battle Craft
  • Introduction
  • Judging distance
  • Description of ground
  • Recognition, Description and Indication of landmarks and targets

OR

Navy

  • `Naval Communication
  • Introduction to Naval Modern Communication, Purpose and Principles
  • Introduction of Naval communication
  • Duties of various communication sub-departments
  • Semaphore
  • Introduction of position of letters and prosigns
  • Reading of messages
  • Transmission of messages
  • Seamanship
  • Anchor work
  • Parts of Anchor and Cable, their identification
  • Rigging
  • Types of ropes and breaking strength- stowing, maintenance and securing of ropes
  • Practical Bends and Hitches: Reef Knot, Half hitch, Clove Hitch, Rolling Hitch, Timber Hitch, Bow Line, Round Turn and Two half hitch and Bow line on the Bight and its basic elements and uses.
  • Introduction to Shackles, Hooks, Blocks and Derricks, Coiling Down and Splicing of rope
  • Boat work
  • Parts of Boat and Parts of an Oar
  • Instruction on boat Pulling- Pulling orders
  • Steering of boat under oars, Practical instruction on Boat Pulling, Precautions while pulling
Sr. No. Modules / Units
OR
Air

  • Air frames
  • Aircraft Controls
  • Landing Gear
  • Instruments
  • Basic Flight Instruments
  • Aircraft Particulars
  • Aircraft Particulars (Type specific)
  • Aero modelling
  • History of Aero modelling
  • Materials used in Aero modelling
  • Type of Aero models
  • Flying/ Building of Aero models

Revised Syllabus of Courses of Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester II

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

 

5.Foundation Course in Physical Education – II

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Development of Fitness 10
2 Health, Fitness and Diseases 15
3 Yoga Education 10
4 Daily Schedule of Achieving Quality of Life and Wellness 10
Total 45

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Development of Fitness
  • Benefits of physical fitness and exercise and principles of physical fitness
  • Calculation of fitness index level 1-4
  • Waist-hip ratio Target Heart Rate, BMI and types and principles of exercise (FITT)
  • Methods of training – continues, Interval, circuit, Fartlek and Plyometric
2 Health, Fitness and Diseases
  • Definition of obesity and its management
  • Communicable diseases, their preventive and therapeutic aspects
  • Factors responsible for communicable diseases
  • Preventive and therapeutic aspect of Communicable and non- communicable diseases
3 Yoga Education
  • Meaning and history of yoga
  • Ashtang yoga and types of yoga
  • Types of Suryanamaskar and Technique of Pranayam
  • Benefits of Yoga
4 Daily Schedule of Achieving Quality of Life and Wellness
  • Daily schedule based upon one’s attitude, gender, age &occupation.
  • Basic – module: – Time split for rest, sleep, diet, activity & recreation.
  • Principles to achieve quality of life:- positive attitude, daily regular exercise, control over food habits & healthy hygienic practices.

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with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Core Courses (CC)

6.Business Environment

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Introduction to Business Environment 15
2 Political and Legal environment 15
3 Social and Cultural Environment, Technological environment and Competitive Environment 15
4 International Environment 15
Total 60

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Introduction to Business Environment
  • Business: Meaning, Definition, Nature & Scope, Types of Business Organizations
  • Business Environment: Meaning, Characteristics, Scope and Significance, Components of Business Environment
  • Micro and Macro Environment: Definition, Differentiation, Analysis of Business Environment, SWOT Analysis.
  • Introduction to Micro-Environment:
  • Internal Environment: Value system, Mission, Objectives, Organizational Structure, Organizational Resources, Company Image, Brand Equity
  • External Environment: Firm, customers, suppliers, distributors, Competitors, Society
  • Introduction to Macro Components: Demographic, Natural, Political, Social, Cultural, Economic, Technological, International and Legal)
2 Political and Legal environment
  • Political Institutions: Legislature, Executive, Judiciary, Role of government in Business, Legal framework in India.
  • Economic environment: economic system and economic policies. Concept of Capitalism, Socialism and Mixed Economy
  • Impact of business on Private sector, Public sector and Joint sector
  • Sun-rise sectors of India Economy. Challenges of Indian economy.
3 Social and Cultural Environment, Technological environment and Competitive Environment
  • Social and Cultural Environment: Nature, Impact of foreign culture on Business, Traditional Values and its Impact, Social Audit – Meaning and Importance of Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility of Business
  • Technological environment: Features, impact of technology on Business
  • Competitive Environment: Meaning, Michael Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, Competitive Strategies
4 International Environment
  • International Environment –
  • GATT/ WTO: Objective and Evolution of GATT, Uruguay round, GATT  v/s WTO, Functions of WTO, Pros and Cons of WTO.
  • Globalization: Meaning, Nature and stages of Globalization, features of Globalization, Foreign Market entry strategies, LPG model.
  • MNCs: Definition, meaning, merits, demerits, MNCs in India
  • FDI: Meaning, FDI concepts and functions, Need for FDI in developing countries, Factors influencing FDI, FDI operations in India,
  • Challenges faced by International Business and Investment Opportunities for Indian Industry.

Revised Syllabus of Courses ofBachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester II

with Effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Core Courses (CC)

  1. Principles of Management

 

Modules at a Glance

 

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Nature of Management 15
2 Planning and Decision Making 15
3 Organising 15
4 Directing, Leadership, Co-ordination and Controlling 15
Total 60

 

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Nature of Management
  • Management: Concept, Significance, Role & Skills, Levels of Management, Concepts of PODSCORB, Managerial Grid.
  • Evolution of Management thoughts, Contribution of F.W Taylor, Henri Fayol and Contingency Approach.
2 Planning and Decision Making
  • Planning: Meaning, Importance, Elements, Process, Limitations and MBO.
  • Decision Making: Meaning, Importance, Process, Techniques of Decision Making.
3 Organizing
    • Organizing: Concepts, Structure (Formal & Informal, Line & Staff and Matrix), Meaning, Advantages and Limitations
    • Departmentation:  Meaning, Basis and Significance
    • Span of Control: Meaning, Graicunas Theory, Factors affecting span of ControlCentralization vs Decentralization
  • Delegation: Authority & Responsibility relationship
4 Directing, Leadership, Co-ordination and Controlling
  • Directing: Meaning and Process
  • Leadership: Meaning, Styles and Qualities of Good Leader
  • Co-ordination as an Essence of Management
  • Controlling: Meaning, Process and Techniques
  • Recent Trends:  Green Management  & CSR

Revised Syllabus of Courses of Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester I

with effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

 

Reference Books

 

Reference Books
Introduction to Financial Accounts
  • Financial Accounts (a managerial emphasis): By Ashok Banerjee – Excel books
  • Fundamental of Accounting and Financial Analysis : By Anil Choudhary (Pearson education)
  • Indian Accounting Standards and IFRS for non-financial executives : By T.P. Ghosh– Taxman
  • Financial Accounting for Business Managers: By Ashish K. Bhattacharya.
  • Introduction to Accountancy by T.S.  Grewal, S. Chand and Company (P) Ltd., New Delhi
  • Advance Accounts by Shukla and Grewal, S. Chand and Company (P) Ltd., New Delhi
  • Advanced Accountancy by R.L Gupta and M. Radhaswamy, S. Chand and Company (P) Ltd., New Delhi
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  • Financial Accounting by V. Rajasekaran, Pearson Publications, New Delhi
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Business Law
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  • Business Law – P.C. Tulsian
  • Business Law – SS Gulshan
  • Company Law – Dr.Avtar Singh
  • Indian contract Act – Dr.Avtar Singh
  • Law of Intellectual Property-V.K-Taraporevala
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  • Statistics for Business & Economics, David R Anderson, Dennis J Sweney, Thopmson Publication.
  • Fundamental of Statistics, S C Gupta, Himalya Publication House.
  • Business Statistics , Bharadwaj , Excel Books, Delhi
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    • Lesikar, Raymond V and Petit, John D.(1994) Business Communication: Theory and Application , Richard D. Irwin Inc. Ilinois.
  • Ludlow,Ron.(1995) The Essence of Effective Communication, Prentice , New Delhi.
  • 36.M. Ashraf, Rizvi (2006) Effective Technical Communication Tata McGraw Hill
  • Martson, John E. 1963) The Nature of Public Relations, McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
  • Majumdar,P.K.(1992) Commentary on the Consumer protection Act, Prentice, New Delhi.
  • McQuail, Denis (1975), Communication, Longman.
  • Merrihue, William (1960) Managing by Communication, McGraw Hill, New York. 41.Mishra Rajiv K (2006) Code of Conduct for Managers Rupa Company
  • Monippalli, M.M. (1997),The Craft of Business Letter Writing, T.M.H. New Delhi.

Reference Books
  • Montagu,A and Matson , Floyd(1979) The Human Connection, McGraw Hill,New York.
  • Murphy, Herta and Hilde Brandt, Herbert W (1984) Effective Business Communication, McGraw Hill, New York.
  • Parry, John (1968) The Psychology of Human Communication.
  • Parson, C.J. and Hughes (1970) Written Communication for Business Students, Great Britain.
  • Peterson, Robert A and Ferrell, O.C (2005) Business Ethics: New Challenges for Business Schools and Corporate Leaders Prentice Hall of India Pvt., Ltd
  • Phillip, Louis V. (1975) Organisational Communication- The Effective Management, Columbus Grid Inc. 49.. Ross, Robert D. (1977) The Management of Public Relations, John Wiley and Sons, U.S.A.
  • Sadri Sorab, Sinha Arun and Bonnerjee peter (1998) Business Ethics: Concepts and Cases Tata McGraw Hill Public Company Limited
  • Shekhar, R.C (1997) Ethical Choices in Business Response Books
  • Stephenson, James (1988) Principles and Practice of Commercial Correspondence, Pilman and Sons Ltd. London.
  • 53.. Shurter, Robert L. (1971) Written Communication in Business, McGraw Hill, Tokyo
Foundation Course – I
  • Social and Economic Problems in India, Naseem Azad, R Gupta  Pub ( 2011)
  • Indian Society and Culture, Vinita Padey, Rawat Pub (2016)
  • Social Problems in India, Ram Ahuja, Rawat Pub (2014)
  • Faces of Feminine in Ancient , medivial and Modern India, Mandakranta Bose Oxford University Press
  • National Humana rights commission- disability Manual
  • Rural, Urban Migration : Trends, challenges & Strategies, S Rajagopalan, ICFAI- 2012
  • Regional Inequilities in India Bhat L S SSRD- New Delhi
  • Urbanisation in India: Challenges, Opportunities & the way forward, I J Ahluwalia, Ravi Kanbur, P K Mohanty, SAGE Pub ( 2014)
  • The Constitution of India, P M Bakshi 2011
  • The Problems of Linguistic States in India, Krishna Kodesia Sterling Pub
  • Politics in India: structure, Process and Policy SubrataMitra, Rouutlege Pub
  • Politics in India, Rajani Kothari, Orient Blackswan
  • Problems of Communilism in india, Ravindra Kumar Mittal Pub

Combating communalism in India: Key to National Integration, KawalKishor Bhardwaj, Mittal Pub

Foundation Course in NSS
  • National Service Scheme Manual (Revised) 2006, Government of India, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, New Delhi.
  • University of Mumbai National Service Scheme Manual 2009.
  • Avhan Chancellor’s Brigade – NSS Wing, Training camp on Disaster Preparedness Guidelines, March 2012
  • RashtriyaSevaYojanaSankalpana – Prof.Dr.SankayChakane, Dr.Pramod\Pabrekar,  Diamond Publication, Pune
  • National Service Scheme Manual for NSS District Coordinators, National Service Scheme Cell, Dept. of Higher and Technical Education, Mantralaya,
  • Annual report of National Service Scheme (NSS) published by Dept. of Higher and Technical Education, Mantralaya,
  • NSS Cell, Dept. of Higher and Technical Education, Mantralaya, UTKARSHA- Socio and cultural guidelines
  • Case material as a Training Aid for Field Workers, Gurmeet Hans.
  • Social service opportunities in hospitals, Kapil K. Krishnan, TISS
  • New Trends in NSS, Research papers published by University of Pune
  • ANOOGUNJ Research Journal, published by NSS Unit C. K. Thakur college

Reference Books
  • Training Manual for Field Work published by RGNIYD, Chreeperumbudur
  • Prof.Ghatole R.N. Rural Social Science and Community Development.
  • PurushottamSheth, Dr.Shailaja Mane, National Service Scheme
  • Joint programme of National Service Scheme, University of Mumbai & DISHA – DEEPSHIKHA Projects, Nair Hospital, 2011-12
  • National Service Scheme in India: A Case study of Karnataka, M. B. Dishad, Trust Publications, 2001
  • http://www.thebetterindia.com/140/national-service-scheme-nss/
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/national-service-scheme 19=http://nss.nic.in/adminstruct
  • http://nss.nic.in/propexpan
  • http://nss.nic. in
  • http://socialworknss.org/about.html
Foundation Course in NCC
  • Cadet’s Hand book – Common subject..all wings, BY DG NCC, New Delhi.
  • Cadet’s Hand book – Specialised Subjects, Army, Navy, Air-force, BY DG NCC, New Delhi.
  • NCC OTA Precise, BY DG NCC, New Delhi.
  • “AVAN” Model of Disaster Mang.,VinayakDalvie, Proceedings of Int. Conf. on Urban Plan. andEnvStrat& Challenges, Elphinstone College, Jan 2007.
  • Humanistic Tradition of India,N.L.Gupta, Mohit Publication, New Delhi
  • Social psychology, Baron & Byrne, Pearson Publication, 12th Edition self awareness know yourself / insight (110) Group & Individuals (374) Group discussion
  • Chanakya’s 7 Secrets of Leadership, RadhakrishananPillai and D.Shivnandhan, Jaico
  • Social Psychology: Understanding Human Interaction, Baron, Robert A., (302/BAR/BYR),7th Edition
  • Seven Habits of Highly Effective People., Covey , Stephen
  • The Habit of Winning., Iyer , Prakash, Penguin , India ; 2011
  • The Goal, Goldratt , Eliyahu, The Northriver press ; 1994
  • Freedom Struggle, Chandra Bipin, National Book Trust 1972
  • Freedom of Religion and The Indian Judiciary, Bachal V.M. , ShubhadaSaraswat, (362P)
  • India 1996- A Reference Annual Govt. of India
  • SahaSoneri Pane, Vinayak D. Savarkar
  • Environmental Biology and Toxicology, P.D. Sharma., Rastogi Publication
  • Environmental Science, S.C. Santra, New Central Book Agency
  • National Cadet Corps (India), Lambert M. Surhone, Mariam T. Tennoe, Susan F. Henssonow, Betascript Publishing, 2011
  • National Cadet Corps, Youth in Action (Google eBook), National Cadet Corps (India), Lancer Publishers, 2003
  • Youth in Step: History of the National Cadet Corps, V. Longer, Lancer international, 1983Original from the University of Michigan
  • National Cadet Corps of India, Man Mohan Sharma, Vision Books, 1980Original from the University of Michigan
  • The National Cadet Corps Act, 1948, as Modify Up to the 1st July 1963, India, Government of India Press, 1963(Military Law)
  • Cadet Corps in India: Its Evolution and Impact, Satis Chandra Maikap, DarbariUdyog, 1979Original from the University of California
  • National Cadet Corps: 100 Years of Distinction, National Cadet Corps (Singapore), NCC
  • The NCC, Singapore, National Cadet Corps Council, National Cadet Corps Council
  • Grooming Tomorrow’s Leaders: National Cadet Corps, 1917-2006, R.S. Chhettri, Lancer Publishers, 2006
  • National Civil Defence Cadet Corps, Lambert M. Surhone, Mariam T. Tennoe, Susan F. Henssonow, Betascript Publishing, 2011

Reference Books
  • Discovery of India, Jawaharlal Nehru
  • Health and Hygiene, Manoj. J.S., Agra University Publication
  • Yoga for Healing, Venkateswaran P.S., Bombay:- Jaico Publishing House 1989
  • Yoga  Illustrated, New Delhi, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, 1995
  • Yoga Practice, 1972, Shivnande Swami, Mumbai:- D.B. Taraporewala 1972
  • Yoga of Patanjali-1979, Yardi M.R., Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute- 1974
  • Sustainable Development (An Alternative Paradigm), Satpathy , N., Karnavati Publications , Ahmedabad
  • Global Partners for Sustainable Development, Pachauri R.K &Srivastava L., Tata Energy Research Institute, New Delhi ; 1994, 1998
  • Ecology and the Politics of survival : Conflict over Natural Resources in India, Shiva , Vandana, Sage Publications , California , 1991
Foundation Course in Physical Education
  • LippianCott Williams and Wilkins 2006.
  • American College of Sports Medicine, ACSM’s, Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Priscription. (2013) Ninth Edition, LippianCott Williams and Wilkins.
  • American College of Sports Medicine, ACSM’s Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Priscription. (2006) 5th Ed., LippianCott Williams and Wilkins, 2006.
  • Beashel, P.,& Taylor, J. (1996). Advance Studies in Physical Education and Sports. U.K.: Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd.
  • Bucher, C.A. (1995). Foundation of Physical Education (12th  Ed.) USA : St. Louis,C.V. Mosloy.
  • Colfter, G.R., Hamilton, K.E., Magill R.A.,& Hamilton B.J. (1986). Contemporary Physical Education. USA :Wim C. Brown Publisher.
  • Daryl S. (1994). Introduction to physical education, fitness and sports (2nd ed.). London: Mayfield publishing company.
  • Dheer, S.D.(1991). Introduction to Health Education. New Delhi : Friends Publication.
  • Dr.A.K.Uppal&Dr. G. P. Gautam (2004). Physical education and Health. Delhi: Friends publisher.
  • Dr.Gharote M. L; Teaching Methods for Yogic Practices. – 2nd Ed., KaivalyadhamSamiti, Lonavala- 2001.
  • Dr.Gharote M. L; Guideline for Yogic Practices – 2nd Ed., The Lonavala Yoga Institute (India), Lonavala- 2007
  • Greenberg, Dintiman, Oakes. (2004). Physical Fitness & wellness.(3rd ed.) IL:Human kinetics.
  • Halfield, F.C. (2001). Fitness : The Complete Guide. USA : International Sports Science Association.
  • Jackson, A.L., Morrow, J.R. (2004). Physical activity for health & fitness. IL:Human kinetics.
  • Kamlesh, M.L. (2002). Foundation of Physical Education. New Delhi : Metropolitan Book & Co. Ptd. Ltd.
  • Kansal, D.K. (2012). A Text book of Applied Measurement Evaluation and Sports Selection (3rd Ed.). New Delhi : DVS Publication.
  • Lock Hurt and others – Anatomy of the human body, Feber&Feber Oxford University, 1975
  • Muller, J. P.(2000). Health, Exercise and Fitness. Delhi : Sports.
  • Murgesh N. – Anatomy, Physiology and Health Education, Sathya, Chinnalapatti, 1990.
  • NASPE. (2005). Physical Education for lifelong fitness. The physical Best teacher’s guide. IL:Human Kinetics
  • Nieman, D.C.(1986). Fitness and Sports Medicine : Health Related Approach London: Mayfield Publishing Co.
  • Nimbalkar. Sadashiv, Yoga for Health and Peace.- 6th Ed., Yoga VidyaNiketan, Mumbai., 2004.
  • Pate R.R. &Hohn R.C. (1994). Health Fitness Through Physical Education. USA : Human Kinetics.
  • Pandey ,&Gangopadhyay.(1995). Health Education for school children. New Delhi : Friends Publication.
  • Safrit, M. (1990). Introduction to Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science. St. Louis,Toronto,Bastan : Times Mirror/Mosby College Publishing.
  • Sharma, O.P. (1998). History of Physical Education. Delhi: KhelSahityaKendra.Werner. W.K., Hoeger. (2007). Fitness and Wellness. (8th ed.). Wadsworth, Cengage Learning.

Reference Books
Foundation of Human Skills
  • Organisational behaviour, S.Robbins, Prentice Hall
  • Organisational behaviour, John W.Newstrom and Keith Davis, Tata McGrawhill
  • Organisational behaviour, Fred Luthans, McGrawhill,Newyork
  • Organisational behaviour, K.Aswathappa, Himalaya  Publishing House
  • Essentials of management, Koontz,Harold, Tata McGrawhill
Business Economics – Paper I
  • Mehta, P.L.: Managerial Economics – Analysis, Problem and Cases (S. Chand & Sons, N. Delhi, 2000)
  • Hirchey .M., Managerial Economics,  Thomson South western (2003)  
  • Salvatore, D.: Managerial Economics in a global economy (Thomson South Western Singapore, 2001)
  • Frank Robert.H, Bernanke. Ben S., Principles of Economics (Tata McGraw Hill (ed.3)
  • Gregory Mankiw., Principles of Economics, Thomson South western (2002 reprint)
  • Samuelson &Nordhas.: Economics (Tata McGraw Hills, New Delhi, 2002)
  • Pal Sumitra, Managerial Economics cases and concepts (Macmillan, New Delhi,2004)

 

Revised Syllabus of Courses of Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester II

with effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

 

Reference Books

 

Reference Books
Principles of Marketing
  • Kotlar, Philip, Marketing Management, Prentice Hall, New Delhi.
  • Stanton, Etzel, Walker, Fundamentals of Marketing, Tata-McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
  • Saxena, Rajan, Marketing Management, Tata-McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
  • McCarthy, E.J., Basic Marketing: A managerial approach, Irwin, New York.
  • Pillai R S, Bagavathi, Modern Marketing
Industrial Law
  • Industrial and Labour Laws, Dr. Sanjeev Kumar, Bharat Law HP Ltd
  • Labour and Industrial Laws, S.N Misra, Central Law Publication
  • Labour and Industrial Laws, P.K.Padhi, Eastern Economy Edition
  • Commercial and Industrial Law, S.K. Dasgupta, Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd
  • Industrial Law, Mr. N.D. Kapoor, Sultan Chand
  • Employee’s Provident Fund, Chopra D.S, Labour Law Agency
  • Industrial Law, Mr. P.L. Mallick, Sultan Chand
  • Essence of Personnel Management and Industrial Relations, Cowling, Prentice – Hall
Business Mathematics
  • Mathematics for Economics and Finance, Martin Anthony, Norman Biggs, Cambridge lowprice editions, 2000.
  • Business Mathematics, D.C. Sancheti, V.K. Kapoor, Sultan Chand & Sons Publications, 2006.
  • Business Mathematics, J.K. Singh, 2009,Himalaya Publishing House.
  • Mathematics for Business and Economics, J.D. Gupta, P.K. Gupta, Man Mohan, Tata McGrawHill Publishing Company Ltd.
  • Mathematics of Finance 2nd Edition Schaum’s Outline Series Peter Zima, Robert Brows Tata McGrawHill Publishing Company Ltd
  • Business Mathematics by Dr.AmarnathDikshit&Dr.Jinendra Kumar Jain.
  • Business Mathematics by Bari – New Literature publishing company, Mumbai
  • Mathematics for Economics and Business, RS Bhardwaj, 2010,Excel Books
  • Business Mathematics, Zameerudin, Qazi, V.K. Khanna& S.K. Bhambri, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi
Business Communication – Paper II
  • garwal, AnjuD(1989) A Practical Handbook for Consumers, IBH.
  • Alien, R.K.(1970) Organisational Management through Communication.
  • Ashley,A(1992) A Handbook Of Commercial Correspondence, Oxford University Press.
  • Aswalthapa, K (1991)Organisational Behaviour, Himalayan Publication, Mumbai.
  • Atreya N and Guha (1994) Effective Credit Management, MMC School of Management, Mumbai.
  • Bahl,J.C. and Nagamia,S.M. (1974) Modern Business Correspondence and Minute Writing.
  • Balan,K.R. and Rayudu C.S. (1996) Effective Communication, Beacon New Delhi.
  • Bangh, LSue, Fryar,Maridell and Thomas David A. (1998) How to Write First Class Business Correspondence, N.T.C. Publishing Group USA.
  • Banerjee, Bani P (2005) Foundation of Ethics in Mangement Excel Books 10.Businessworld Special Collector’s Issue: Ethics and the Manager
Reference Books
  • Barkar, Alan(1993) Making Meetings Work, Sterling Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
  • Basu,C.R.(1998) Business Organisation and Management, T.M.H.New Delhi.
  • Benjamin, James (1993) Business and Professional Communication Concepts and Practices, Harper Collins College Publishers, New York.
  • Bhargava and Bhargava91971) Company Notices, Meetings and Regulations
  • Black, Sam (1972) Practical Public Relations, E.L.B.S. London.
  • BoveeCourtland,L and Thrill, John V(1989) Business Communication, Today McGraw Hill, New York, Taxman Publication.
  • Burton, G and Thakur, (1995) Management Today- Principles and Practices. T.M.H.,New Delhi.
  • Darrow, Richard, Forrstal, Dan and Coolman, Aubrey (1967) Public Relations Handbook, TheDartwell Co., Chicago.
  • Dayal, Ishwar(9810) Managing Large Organizations: A Comparative Study.
  • Drucher,P.F.((1970) Technology, Management and Society, Pan Books London.
  • Drucher,P.F.((1974)Management Responsibilities Practices, Heinemann, London. 22.Eyre, E.C. (1985) Effective Communication Made Simple, Rupa and Co.Calcutta.
  • Ecouse Barry, (1999), Competitive Communication: A Rhetoric for Modern Business, OUP.
  • Fisher Dalmar, (1999), Communication in Organisation, Jaico Pub House, Mumbai, Delhi.
  • Frailley, L.E. (1982) Handbook of Business Letters, Revised Edn. Prentice Hall Inc.
  • French, Astrid (1993) Interpersonal Skills. Sterling Publishers, New delhi.
  • 27 Fritzsche, David J (2005) Business Ethics: A Global and Managerial Perspective McGraw Hill
  • Garlside, L.E. (1980) Modern Business Correspondence, McDonald and Evans Ltd. Plymouth.
  • Ghanekar,A(1996) Communication Skills for Effective Management. Everest Publishing House, Pune.
  • Graves, Harold F. (1965) Report Writing, Prentice Hall, New Jersey.
  • Gupta, Anand Das (2010) Ethics, Business and Society: Managing Responsibly Response Books 32.Gupta, Dipankar (2006) Ethics Incorporated: Top Priority and Bottom Line Response Books
  • Krevolin, Nathan (1983) Communication Systems and Procedures for Modern Office, Prentice Hall, New Jersey.
    • Lesikar, Raymond V and Petit, John D.(1994) Business Communication: Theory and Application , Richard D. Irwin Inc. Ilinois.
  • Ludlow,Ron.(1995) The Essence of Effective Communication, Prentice , New Delhi.
  • 36.M. Ashraf, Rizvi (2006) Effective Technical Communication Tata McGraw Hill
  • Martson, John E. 1963) The Nature of Public Relations, McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
  • Majumdar,P.K.(1992) Commentary on the Consumer protection Act, Prentice, New Delhi.
  • McQuail, Denis (1975), Communication, Longman.
  • Merrihue, William (1960) Managing by Communication, McGraw Hill, New York. 41.Mishra Rajiv K (2006) Code of Conduct for Managers Rupa Company
  • Monippalli, M.M. (1997),The Craft of Business Letter Writing, T.M.H. New Delhi.
  • Montagu,A and Matson , Floyd(1979) The Human Connection, McGraw Hill,New York.
  • Murphy, Herta and Hilde Brandt, Herbert W (1984) Effective Business Communication, McGraw Hill, New York.
  • Parry, John (1968) The Psychology of Human Communication.
  • Parson, C.J. and Hughes (1970) Written Communication for Business Students, Great Britain.
  • Peterson, Robert A and Ferrell, O.C (2005) Business Ethics: New Challenges for Business Schools and Corporate Leaders Prentice Hall of India Pvt., Ltd
  • Phillip, Louis V. (1975) Organisational Communication- The Effective Management, Columbus Grid Inc. 49.. Ross, Robert D. (1977) The Management of Public Relations, John Wiley and Sons, U.S.A.
  • Sadri Sorab, Sinha Arun and Bonnerjee peter (1998) Business Ethics: Concepts and Cases Tata McGraw Hill Public Company Limited
  • Shekhar, R.C (1997) Ethical Choices in Business Response Books
  • Stephenson, James (1988) Principles and Practice of Commercial Correspondence, Pilman and Sons Ltd. London.
  • 53.. Shurter, Robert L. (1971) Written Communication in Business, McGraw Hill, Tokyo

 

Reference Books
Foundation Course – II
  • A decade of economic reforms in  India (The past, the present, the future)-Edited by Raj Kapila and Uma Kapila, Academic Foundation (2002)
  • Impact of the policies of WTO on Indian agriculture –  S. Nehru, Serial Pub. (2012)
  • Privatisation of public enterprises – Emerging dimensions – Edited by G.S. Batra, NarinderKaur ,Anmol Pub. (1995)
  • Economics of development – Dwight Perkins, Steven Radelet, David Lindauer, Norton company (2006)
  • Industrial Policy and economic development in India (1947 -2012) – AnupChatterjeeNew Century Pub. (2012)
  • Globalisation and development of backward areas – Edited by G. Satyanarayana New Century Pub. (2007)
  • Contemporary issues in globalisation – An introduction to theory and policy in India SoumyenSikder , Oxford University Press (2002)
  • Environmental Studies – Dr. Vijay Kumar Tiwari , Himalayan Pub. (2010)
  • Ecology and environment – Benu Singh, Vista International Pub. (2006)
  • Universal Human Rights : In theory and practice, Jack Donnelly, (2014)
  • Stress Management – Dr. N. Tejmani Singh ,Maxford books (2011)
  • Stress blasters – Brian Chchester, Perry Garfinkel and others , Rodale Press (1997)
Foundation Course in NSS
  • National Service Scheme Manual (Revised) 2006, Government of India, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, New Delhi.
  • University of Mumbai National Service Scheme Manual 2009.
  • Avhan Chancellor’s Brigade – NSS Wing, Training camp on Disaster Preparedness Guidelines, March 2012
  • RashtriyaSevaYojanaSankalpana – Prof.Dr.SankayChakane, Dr.Pramod\Pabrekar,  Diamond Publication, Pune
  • National Service Scheme Manual for NSS District Coordinators, National Service Scheme Cell, Dept. of Higher and Technical Education, Mantralaya,
  • Annual report of National Service Scheme (NSS) published by Dept. of Higher and Technical Education, Mantralaya,
  • NSS Cell, Dept. of Higher and Technical Education, Mantralaya, UTKARSHA- Socio and cultural guidelines
  • Case material as a Training Aid for Field Workers, Gurmeet Hans.
  • Social service opportunities in hospitals, Kapil K. Krishnan, TISS
  • New Trends in NSS, Research papers published by University of Pune
  • ANOOGUNJ Research Journal, published by NSS Unit C. K. Thakur college
  • Training Manual for Field Work published by RGNIYD, Chreeperumbudur
  • Prof.Ghatole R.N. Rural Social Science and Community Development.
  • PurushottamSheth, Dr.Shailaja Mane, National Service Scheme
  • Joint programme of National Service Scheme, University of Mumbai & DISHA – DEEPSHIKHA Projects, Nair Hospital, 2011-12
  • National Service Scheme in India: A Case study of Karnataka, M. B. Dishad, Trust Publications, 2001
  • http://www.thebetterindia.com/140/national-service-scheme-nss/
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/national-service-scheme 19=http://nss.nic.in/adminstruct
  • http://nss.nic.in/propexpan
  • http://nss.nic. in
  • http://socialworknss.org/about.html

Reference Books
Foundation Course in NCC
  • Cadet’s Hand book – Common subject..all wings, BY DG NCC, New Delhi.
  • Cadet’s Hand book – Specialised Subjects, Army, Navy, Air-force, BY DG NCC, New Delhi.
  • NCC OTA Precise, BY DG NCC, New Delhi.
  • “AVAN” Model of Disaster Mang.,VinayakDalvie, Proceedings of Int. Conf. on Urban Plan. andEnvStrat& Challenges, Elphinstone College, Jan 2007.
  • Humanistic Tradition of India,N.L.Gupta, Mohit Publication, New Delhi
  • Social psychology, Baron & Byrne, Pearson Publication, 12th Edition self awareness know yourself / insight (110) Group & Individuals (374) Group discussion
  • Chanakya’s 7 Secrets of Leadership, Radhakrishanan Pillai and D.Shivnandhan, Jaico
  • Social Psychology: Understanding Human Interaction, Baron, Robert A., (302/BAR/BYR),7th Edition
  • Seven Habits of Highly Effective People., Covey , Stephen
  • The Habit of Winning., Iyer , Prakash, Penguin , India ; 2011
  • The Goal, Goldratt , Eliyahu, The Northriver press ; 1994
  • Freedom Struggle, Chandra Bipin, National Book Trust 1972
  • Freedom of Religion and The Indian Judiciary, Bachal V.M. , ShubhadaSaraswat, (362P)
  • India 1996- A Reference Annual Govt. of India
  • SahaSoneri Pane, Vinayak D. Savarkar
  • Environmental Biology and Toxicology, P.D. Sharma., Rastogi Publication
  • Environmental Science, S.C. Santra, New Central Book Agency
  • National Cadet Corps (India), Lambert M. Surhone, Mariam T. Tennoe, Susan F. Henssonow, Betascript Publishing, 2011
  • National Cadet Corps, Youth in Action (Google eBook), National Cadet Corps (India), Lancer Publishers, 2003
  • Youth in Step: History of the National Cadet Corps, V. Longer, Lancer international, 1983 Original from the University of Michigan
  • National Cadet Corps of India, Man Mohan Sharma, Vision Books, 1980 Original from the University of Michigan
  • The National Cadet Corps Act, 1948, as Modify Up to the 1st July 1963, India, Government of India Press, 1963 (Military Law)
  • Cadet Corps in India: Its Evolution and Impact, Satis Chandra Maikap, DarbariUdyog, 1979 Original from the University of California
  • National Cadet Corps: 100 Years of Distinction, National Cadet Corps (Singapore), NCC
  • The NCC, Singapore, National Cadet Corps Council, National Cadet Corps Council
  • Grooming Tomorrow’s Leaders: National Cadet Corps, 1917-2006, R.S. Chhettri, Lancer Publishers, 2006
  • National Civil Defence Cadet Corps, Lambert M. Surhone, Mariam T. Tennoe, Susan F. Henssonow, Betascript Publishing, 2011
  • Discovery of India, Jawaharlal Nehru
  • Health and Hygiene, Manoj. J.S., Agra University Publication
  • Yoga for Healing, Venkateswaran P.S., Bombay:- Jaico Publishing House 1989
  • Yoga  Illustrated, New Delhi, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, 1995
  • Yoga Practice, 1972, Shivnande Swami, Mumbai:- D.B. Taraporewala 1972
  • Yoga of Patanjali-1979, Yardi M.R., Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute- 1974
  • Sustainable Development (An Alternative Paradigm), Satpathy , N., Karnavati Publications , Ahmedabad
  • Global Partners for Sustainable Development, Pachauri R.K & Srivastava L., Tata Energy Research Institute, New Delhi ; 1994, 1998
  • Ecology and the Politics of survival : Conflict over Natural Resources in India, Shiva , Vandana, Sage Publications , California , 1991

Reference Books
Foundation Course in Physical Education
  • LippianCott Williams and Wilkins 2006.
  • American College of Sports Medicine, ACSM’s, Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Priscription. (2013) Ninth Edition, LippianCott Williams and Wilkins.
  • American College of Sports Medicine, ACSM’s Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Priscription. (2006) 5th Ed., LippianCott Williams and Wilkins, 2006.
  • Beashel, P.,& Taylor, J. (1996). Advance Studies in Physical Education and Sports. U.K.: Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd.
  • Bucher, C.A. (1995). Foundation of Physical Education (12th  Ed.) USA : St. Louis,
  • C.V. Mosloy.
  • Colfter, G.R., Hamilton, K.E., Magill R.A.,& Hamilton B.J. (1986). Contemporary Physical Education. USA :Wim C. Brown Publisher.
  • Daryl S. (1994). Introduction to physical education, fitness and sports (2nd ed.). London: Mayfield publishing company.
  • Dheer, S.D.(1991). Introduction to Health Education. New Delhi : Friends Publication.
  • Dr.A.K.Uppal&Dr. G. P. Gautam (2004). Physical education and Health. Delhi: Friends publisher.
  • Dr.Gharote M. L; Teaching Methods for Yogic Practices. – 2nd Ed., KaivalyadhamSamiti, Lonavala- 2001.
  • Dr.Gharote M. L; Guideline for Yogic Practices – 2nd Ed., The Lonavala Yoga Institute (India), Lonavala- 2007
  • Greenberg, Dintiman, Oakes. (2004). Physical Fitness & wellness.(3rd ed.) IL:Human kinetics.
  • Halfield, F.C. (2001). Fitness : The Complete Guide. USA : International Sports Science Association.
  • Jackson, A.L., Morrow, J.R. (2004). Physical activity for health & fitness. IL:Human kinetics.
  • Kamlesh, M.L. (2002). Foundation of Physical Education. New Delhi : Metropolitan Book & Co. Ptd. Ltd.
  • Kansal, D.K. (2012). A Text book of Applied Measurement Evaluation and Sports Selection (3rd Ed.). New Delhi : DVS Publication.
  • Lock Hurt and others – Anatomy of the human body, Feber&Feber Oxford University, 1975
  • Muller, J. P.(2000). Health, Exercise and Fitness. Delhi : Sports.
  • Murgesh N. – Anatomy, Physiology and Health Education, Sathya, Chinnalapatti, 1990.
  • NASPE. (2005). Physical Education for lifelong fitness. The physical Best teacher’s guide. IL:Human Kinetics
  • Nieman, D.C.(1986). Fitness and Sports Medicine : Health Related Approach London: Mayfield Publishing Co.
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Business Environment
  • Morrison J, The International Business Environment, Palgrave
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Reference Books
Principles of Management
  • Principles of Management , Ramasamy , Himalya Publication , Mumbai
  • Principles of Management , Tripathi Reddy , Tata Mc Grew Hill
  • Management Text & Cases , VSP Rao , Excel Books, Delhi
  • Management Concepts and OB , P S Rao & N V Shah , AjabPustakalaya
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Revised Syllabus of Courses of Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme at Semester I and II

with effect from the Academic Year 2016-2017

Scheme of Evaluation

The performance of the learners will be evaluated in two Components. One component will be the Internal Assessment component carrying 25% marks and the second component will be the Semester-wise End Examination component carrying 75% marks. The allocation of marks for the Internal Assessment and Semester End Examinations will be as shown below:-

 

 

  • Internal Assessment: 25 %

 

 

Question Paper Pattern

(Internal Assessment- Courses without Practical Courses)

Sr. No. Particular Marks
1 One class test (20 Marks)
Match the Column/ Fill in the Blanks/ Multiple Choice Questions

(½ Mark each)

05 Marks
Answer in One or Two Lines (Concept based Questions)

(01 Mark each)

05 Marks
Answer in Brief (Attempt Any Two of the Three)

(05 Marks each)

10 Marks
2 Active participation in routine class instructional deliveries and overall conduct as a responsible learner, mannerism and articulation and exhibit of leadership qualities in organizing related academic activities 05 Marks

 

Question Paper Pattern

(Internal Assessment- Courses with Practical Courses)

Sr. No. Particular Marks
1 Semester End Practical Examination (20 Marks)
Journal 05 Marks
Viva 05 Marks
Laboratory Work 10 Marks
2 Active participation in routine class instructional deliveries and overall conduct as a responsible learner, mannerism and articulation and exhibit of leadership qualities in organizing related academic activities articulation and exhibit of leadership qualities in organizing related academic activities 05 Marks

 

  • Semester End Examination: 75 %

 

  1. Duration: The examination shall be of 2 ½ Hours duration
  2. Theory question paper pattern
    • There shall be five questions each of 15 marks.
    • All questions shall be compulsory with internal choice within the questions.

 

  • Question may be subdivided into sub-questions a, b, c… and the allocation of marks depends on the weightage of the topic.

 

(Detail question paper pattern has been given separately)

 

Passing Standard

The learners to pass a course shall have to obtain a minimum of 40% marks in aggregate for each course where the course consists of Internal Assessment and Semester End Examination. The learners shall obtain minimum of 40% marks (i.e. 10 out of 25) in the Internal Assessment and 40% marks in Semester End Examination (i.e. 30 Out of 75) separately, to pass the course and minimum of Grade E to pass a particular semester A learner will be said to have passed the course if the learner passes the Internal Assessment and Semester End Examination together.

 

Question Paper Pattern

(Practical Courses)

 

Maximum Marks: 75

Questions to be set: 05

Duration: 2 ½ Hrs.

All Questions are Compulsory Carrying 15 Marks each.

 

Question No Particular Marks
Q-1 Objective Questions

  1. Sub Questions to be asked 10 and to be answered any 08
  2. Sub Questions to be asked 10 and to be answered any 07

(*Multiple choice / True or False / Match the columns/Fill in the blanks)

15 Marks
Q-2
Q-2
Full Length Practical Question

OR

Full Length Practical Question  

15 Marks
15 Marks
Q-3
Q-3
Full Length Practical Question

OR

Full Length Practical Question  

15 Marks
15 Marks
Q-4
Q-4
Full Length Practical Question

OR

Full Length Practical Question

15 Marks
15 Marks
Q-5

Q-5

  1. Theory questions
  2. Theory questions

OR

Short Notes

To be asked 05

To be answered 03

08 Marks

07 Marks
15 Marks

 

Note:

Practical question of 15 marks may be divided into two sub questions of 7/8 and 10/5 Marks. If the topic demands, instead of practical questions, appropriate theory question may be asked.

Question Paper Pattern

(Theoretical Courses)

 

Maximum Marks: 75

Questions to be set: 05

Duration: 2 ½ Hrs.

All Questions are Compulsory Carrying 15 Marks each.

 

Question No Particular Marks
Q-1 Objective Questions

  1. Sub Questions to be asked 10 and to be answered any 08
  2. Sub Questions to be asked 10 and to be answered any 07

(*Multiple choice / True or False / Match the columns/Fill in the blanks)

15 Marks
Q-2
Q-2
Full Length Question

OR

Full Length Question  

15 Marks
15 Marks
Q-3
Q-3
Full Length Question

OR

Full Length Question  

15 Marks
15 Marks
Q-4
Q-4
Full Length Question

OR

Full Length Question  

15 Marks
15 Marks
Q-5

Q-5

  1. Theory questions
  2. Theory questions

OR

Short Notes

To be asked 05

To be answered 03

08 Marks

07 Marks
15 Marks

 

Note:

Theory question of 15 marks may be divided into two sub questions of 7/8 and 10/5 Marks.

 

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