1) Foundation of Human Skills-
– Industrial Psychology – By Gosh P & K Ghorpade M.B.
– Organization Behaviour – By Newstrom J. Keith D
– Organization Behaviour – By P.G. Aquinas
– Organization Behaviour – By Luthanks. I
2) Introduction to Financial Accounts-
– An introduction to financial accounting – By Andrew Thomas
– Financial Accounting – A managerial emphasis – By Ashok Banerjee
– Financial Accounting – By Weugamt
– Elements of Accounts – By T. S. Grewal
– Accounting Standards – Institute of CA, India
3) Business Law-
– Business law – K. R Bulchandani
– Business Law – S. S. Gulshan
– Business Law – P. K Goel
– Company Laws – Dr. Avtar Singh
4) Business Statistics-
-Fundamentals of Statistics – By S.C. Gupta
– Business Statistics – By Bhardwaj
– Data Analysis for Managers – By Robert H
– Statistics for Management – By Sharma
– Theory and Problems of Statistics – By M.R. Spiegel
– Business Statistics – By J.S. Chandan
5) Business Communication-
– Effective Communication – By Rai Urmila
– How to listen better? – By Pramila Ahuja & G Ahuja
– Contemporary Business Communication – By Scot
– Business Communication – R. K. Madhukar
– Business Communication – By Raul
6) Principles of Management-
– Principles of Management – By Ramaswamy
– Management Concepts and strategies – By J.S. Chandran
– Principles of Management – By Tripathi P.C.
– Management – Text and cases – By VSP Rao
– Principles of Management – By Ferry G.R.
7) Introduction to Computers-
– A First Course in computers – By Saxena Sanjay
– Introduction to Information Technology – By V. Rajaraman
– Introduction to computer – By Peter Norton
– Computers and Common sense – By Hunt J. Shelley
-Fundamentals of Information Technology – By Bharioke Deepak
Where can i buy. these books from ??
These are jst reference books. You need nt buy, u wil get in your colege library
But if the above mentioned books are just reference books then how do we know what is important and what isn’t ? because till now we had Government textbooks,so we knew that all of it is important for the examinations. .plz clear my doubt here..:)
Things change as you clear junior college and get into a practical course as BMS 🙂
So we’ve to refer only to the ‘reference books’ and appear for the examinations? Am I right?
No, that’s incorrect. You may be told by your professor to refer to a certain set of books. The above books are our recommendations. Your examination questions will vary as per the college you study in and the interpretation of your professor for the given subjects. In BMS you need to have a more holistic and practical approach. Many students choose to have a wider knowledge and refer to the above recommended books by visiting their college library.
It’s wise to not own many books. Rather visit your college library regularly and read up from reference books that cover your syllabus.
Let me now that which which subject of fybms syllabus had changed of first sem