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Selection criteria,100 Marks Evaluation,Past Academic Record 50 Points. Work Experience 25 Points,Interview 25 Points,Past Academic Record. Secondary 10 Points,Senior Secondary 10 Points,Graduation 20 Points. GMAT CAT Score 10 Points,60 60 80 80,Secondary 05 08 10. Senior Secondary 05 08 10,Graduation 10 16 20,Percentile 50 65 66 80 80.
GMAT CAT 05 08 10,Work Experience,2 years 10 Points. 2 5 Years 15 Points,More than 5 years 25 Points,Selection and Registration for the programme. Selected candidates will be sent admission offers which can only be deemed accepted. by the candidate if the Department receives an acceptance letter along with a payment. of non refundable commitment fee of Rs 30 000 Rs Thirty thousand only within. the stipulated time period mentioned in the offer,Tution Fee. Resident of India INR 30 000 per semester, Non Resident Indians Other Nationalities USD 1000 per semester. EXECUTIVE MBA PROGRAMME DESIGN,Four Semester Programme.
15 weeks per semester with 45 lectures of one hour each per subject. Semester I,Code Subject Lecture 1 hr per week Maximum Marks. E101 Principles and Practices of Management 3 hours 100. E102 Managerial Economics 3hours 100,E103 Organizational Behavior 3hours 100. E104 Accounting for Managers 3 hours 100, E105 Quantitative Techniques and Statistical 3 hours 100. Methods for Business Decisions, E106 Information Technology for Managers 3 hours 100. E107 Viva voce 100,Semester II,Code Subject Lecture 1 hr per Maximum Marks.
E201 Research Methodology 3hours 100,E202 Marketing Management 3hours 100. E203 Financial Management 3hours 100,E204 Human Resource Management 3 hours 100. E205 Production and Operation Management 3 hours 100. E206 Legal Aspects of Business 3 hours 100,E207 Industry Project 100. Semester III,Code Subject Lecture 1 hr per Maximum Marks. E301 Business Environment 3hours 100,E302 Business Communication 3hours 100.
E303 Organizational Effectiveness and 3hours 100,E304 Project Management 3 hours 100. E305 Elective 1 3 hours 100,E306 Elective 2 3 hours 100. E307 Seminar 100,Semester IV,Code Subject Lecture 1 hr per Maximum Marks. E401 Business Policy and Strategic 3hours 100,Management. E402 Entrepreneurship and Small Business 3hours 100. Management,E403 International Business Management 3hours 100.
E404 Business Ethics and Corporate 3 hours 100,Governance. E405 Elective 3 3 hours 100,E406 Elective 4 3 hours 100. E407 Business Model Project Idea to 100,Implementation. ELECTIVE COURSE,Finance Specialization, EF01 Merger Acquisition and Corporate Restructuring. EF02 Financial Market and Services,EF03 Banking and Indian Financial System.
EF04 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management,Marketing Specialization. EM01 Brand Management,EM02 Consumer Behavior,EM03 Retail Management. EM04 International Marketing Management,HR Specialization. EHR01 Organisational Development,EHR02 Strategic Human Resource Management. EHR03 Industrial Relations and Labour Enactment, EHR04 Human Resource Development for Technological.
Note Minimum three case studies to be compulsorily discussed in every subject. SCHEME OF EXAMINATION, 1 A candidate admitted to Executive Master of Business Administration programme. may be admitted to the examinations after completing the regular course of studies. prescribed for the examination which shall be of two years duration comprising of. four semesters, 2 There shall be separate course of studies for each semester and there shall be separate. examination for each semester The course of studies and examination in relation. there to shall comprise of theory papers projects seminar viva voce case study and. class assignments with maximum marks as indicated in the course design. 3 All theory papers shall comprise of end semester examination with maximum marks. of 70 to be evaluated as per University rules and internal evaluation with maximum. marks of 30 as indicated below, 3 1 Case Study To be evaluated by teacher concerned with maximum marks of 15. 3 2 Class Assignment To be evaluated by teacher concerned with maximum marks. of 15 based on Class Assignment Presentation Test, 4 Seminar Projects Viva Voce will be examined internally or externally as indicated. 4 1 Seminar Evaluation of seminar will be based on presentation by student on. contemporary business topics to be allotted by Head of Department Evaluation will. be done internally by two faculty members appointed by Head of Department. 4 2 Projects,4 2 1 Industry Project, a Evaluation of Industry Project Report with maximum marks of 50 to be evaluated.
by external examiner as per university rules, b Viva Voce examination for Industry Project with maximum marks of 50 to be. conducted by one external and one internal examiner as per university rules. 4 2 2 Business Model Project Idea to Implementation. Evaluation will be based on written submission of project followed by presentation to. be evaluated by one external and one internal examiner appointed by Head of. Department The candidate has to defend his her project work compulsorily before the. panel of examiners Project submission and presentation shall be evaluated with. maximum marks of 50 each totalling to 100 marks, 4 3 Viva Voce examination with maximum marks of 100 to be conducted by one external. and one internal examiner as per university rules to assess the students of their. knowledge assimilation and application in real life situations This will encompass all. the subjects studied during the relevant semester, 5 The minimum pass marks in respect of each examination shall be 40 in each paper. and 50 of the aggregate marks in respect of all the papers comprising each. examination However minimum pass marks of 40 in every component of each. paper are required separately for internal and end semester examination. 6 However a candidate may be promoted to the next semester if he she fails or has not. appeared in only one paper out of the seven papers in the examination of the semester. Such candidates may be permitted to makeup the deficiency at subsequent but regular. and scheduled examination only Subsequent examination will be treated as main. examination There shall be no makeup or special examination for making up such. deficiency Also a candidate appearing at an examination to make up the deficiency. shall have to appear at such an examination based on the course of studies in force at. the time unless the paper itself no longer forms that part of the course of studies in. such eventuality the course of study soon before the deletion shall be deemed to be. relevant However the Department shall have no responsibility to organize and. impart teaching in the paper in which the candidate has got deficiency Those. candidates who appeared at the subsequent examination for clearing deficiency and. passed shall be awarded the actual marks obtained but in no case it will be more than. 60 of the maximum marks in the concerned paper irrespective of the marks secured. by them at the subsequent examination, 7 A candidate who fails at an examination and reappears as an ex student will not be. required to submit or appear for seminar viva voce project case study class. assignment examination and marks obtained at the previous examination will be. transferred unless he she has failed in that particular examination. 8 Each candidate is required to offer one elective course comprising of four papers of. respective specialisation Elective course once opted shall not be changed The. elective courses will be announced at the commencement of relevant semester by the. Head of Department and this decision shall be final. 9 After the fourth semester examination the result will be declared and Executive MBA. Degree will be awarded when a candidate passes all the examinations in respect of all. the four semesters including those paper s for which deficiency if any is to be made. 10 The division shall be awarded a candidate on the basis of marks of all the. examinations in respect of all the semesters as mentioned above on the following. Division Percent of Marks,First with Honours 70 and above.
First 60 and above but less than 70,Second 50 and above but less than 60. 11 The language of instructions and examination in each course shall be English. 12 The list of cases and specific references including recent articles will be announced in. the class at the time of launching of the course, 13 In order to be eligible to take examination each candidate shall have to fulfil. minimum attendance requirement rules and regulations prescribed by the University. from time to time,E 101 PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF MANAGEMENT. Basic concepts of management Definition Need and Scope Different schools of. management thought Behavioural Scientific Systems and Contingency. Contribution of Management Thinkers Taylor Fayol Elton Mayo The Management. Process Basic Managerial Skills and Roles Changing Nature of Managerial Work. Management Science or Art Management as a Profession Global dimensions of. Management, Planning Nature and Purpose of Planning Planning Process Types of Plans Advantages. and Limitations of Planning Making Planning Effective Management by Objectives. Organising Concept Nature Importance Principles Centralization Decentralization. Organization Structures Line and Staff Authority Functional Product Matrix. Geographical Customer New Forms of Organization Virtual Organizations as Networks. Types of Network Organizations Clusters Self Organizing Systems. Staffing Concept Nature Importance Steps Concept of knowledge worker. Directing Concept Nature Importance, Controlling Concept Nature Importance Process of controlling Control Techniques.
Leadership Concept Definition and Importance Theories of Leadership Trait Theories. Behavioral Theories Contingency Theories Leadership Styles and Skills Leadership Grid. Decision making Concept Nature Importance and Process Types of decisions Problems. in decision making Rational Perspectives and Behavioural Aspects of decision making. SUGGESTED READINGS, 1 Stephen P Robbins Sanghamitra Bhattacharyya David A DeCenzo and Madhushree. Nanda Agarwal Essentials of Management ISBN 9788131733547 Pearson Education. 2 Ricky W Griffin Management Cengage Learning 2011. 3 Harold Koontz O Donnell and Heinz Weihrich Essentials of Management Tata. McGraw Hill 2006,4 Stoner Management PHI Learning 2008. 5 Richard L Daft Principles Of Management Cengage Learning 2009. 6 Heinz Weihrich and Harold Koontz Management A Global Perspective 11 e Tata Mc. Graw Hill 2005, 7 Robbins and Coulter Management 12 e ISBN 9780133043600 Pearson 2013. 8 Jackson and Morgan Organisation Theory Prentice Hall 1978. 9 Marie Jo lle Browaey Understanding Cross cultural Management ISBN. 9788131727973 FT Press 2008, 10 Ricky W Griffin Management Cengage Learning 2011. E 102 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS, General Foundations of Managerial Economics Economic Approach Opportunity Cost.
Time Value of Money Marginal Analysis Incremental Concept and Contribution Analysis. Demand Analysis and Estimation Individual Market and Firm demand Determinants of. demand Elasticity measures and Business Decision Making Demand Forecasting. Law of Variable Proportions Theory of the Firm Production Functions in the Short and. Long Run Cost Functions Determinants of Costs Short Run and Long Run Costs Type. of Costs Analysis of Risk and Uncertainty, Product Markets Determination Under Different Markets Market Structure Perfect. Competition Monopoly Monopolistic Competition Duopoly Oligopoly Price. Discrimination Degrees of Price Discrimination Pricing Strategies and Methods. Introduction to National Income Economic Indicators Technology and Employment. Business Cycles Multiplier Overview of the dynamics of inflation Fiscal and Monetary. Macro Economic Environment Economic Transition in India Business and Government. Public Private Participation PPP Industrial Finance Foreign Direct Investment FDIs. SUGGESTED READINGS, 1 A Koutsoyiannis Modern Microeconomics 2 e MacMillan 2008. 2 V L Mote S Paul and G S Gupta Managerial Economics Concepts Cases. 2 e Tata McGraw Hill 2008, 3 Paul G Keat and Philip K Y Young Managerial Economics 6 e ISBN. 9780136040040 Prentice Hall 2008, 4 Ian Dobbs Managerial Economics Firms Markets and Business Decisions Oxford. University Press 2000, 5 R Dornbusch S Fischer and R Startz Macroeconomics 11 e ISBN.
9780071289252 Mc Graw Hill Inc 2011, 6 Yogesh Maheswari Managerial Economics PHI Learning New Delhi 2005. 7 McGuigan Moyer Harris Managerial Economics 13 e ISBN 9781285420929. Cengage Learning 2013, 8 Geetika Ghosh Choudhury Managerial Economics Cengage Learning New Delhi. 9 Gupta G S Managerial Economics Tata Mcgraw Hill New Delhi 2011. 10 Dwivedi D N Macroeconomics Theory and Policy Tata McGraw Hill Education. E 103 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR, Organizational Behaviour Evolution Scope Importance Fundamental Concepts of OB. Personality Attitudes Meaning of personality Development of personality Attributes of. personality Transactional Analysis Johari window Nature and dimensions of attitude. Motivation Definition Importance Theories of Motivation Need Theory Herzberg s. Theory X and Y Theory Expectancy Theory ERG Theory Equity Theory McClelland s. Leadership Distinguishing Leadership from Management Cross Cultural Issues in. Leadership Mentoring and Contemporry Issues in Leadership. Morale Definition and relationship with productivity Morale Indicators Techniques to. boost Morale, Group Dynamics and Team building Concept of Group Team Theories of Group. Formation Formal and Informal Groups Importance of Team building. Conflict Management Traditional vis vis Modern view of conflict Types of conflict. Intrapersonal Interpersonal Organizational Constructive and Destructive conflict Conflict. Management, Job Stress Stress management techniques Quality of Work Life Emotional intelligence.
Work life balance, Change management Forces of change Resistance to change Learning unlearning. Concept of learning organizations,SUGGESTED READINGS. 1 Stephen Robbins Organizational Behaviour Pearson Education India 2010. 2 Davis and Newstorm Human Behaviour at work McGrawHill 2002. 3 Uma Sekaran Organizational Behaviour McGrawHill 2004. 4 Fred Luthans Organizational Behaviour McGrawHill 9 e 2006. 5 K Aswathappa Organizational Behaviour Himalaya Publishing House 2012. 6 Keith Davis Human Behaviour at Work McGrawHill 2002. 7 J S Chandan Organizational Behaviour Vikas Publishing House 2005. 8 R S Dwivedi Human Relations Organizational Behaviour MacMillan Publishers 2007. 9 McShane Organizational Behaviour McGrawHill 2007. E 104 ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS, Book Keeping and Accounting Financial Accounting Concepts and Conventions. Double Entry System Preparation of Journal Ledger and Trial Balance Preparation of. Final Accounts Trading Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet With Adjustment. Entries Simple Problems Only Capital and Revenue Expenditure and Receipts. Depreciation Causes Methods of Calculating Depreciation Straight Line Method. Diminishing Balance Method and Annuity Method Ratio Analysis Uses and Limitations. Classification of Ratios Liquidity Profitability Financial and Turnover Ratios Simple. Problems Only, Funds Flow Analysis Funds From Operation Sources and Uses of Funds Preparation of. Schedule of Changes In Working Capital and Funds Flow Statements Uses And Limitations. Cash Flow Analysis Cash From Operation Preparation of Cash Flow Statement Uses. and Limitations Distinction Between Funds Flow and Cash Flow Only Simple Problems. Marginal Costing Marginal Cost and Marginal Costing Importance Break Even Analysis. Cost Volume Profit Relationship Application of Marginal Costing Techniques Fixing. Selling Price Make or Buy Accepting a Foreign Order Deciding Sales Mix. Cost Accounting Elements of Cost Types of Costs Preparation of Cost Sheet Standard. Costing Variance Analysis Material Variances Labour Variances Simple Problems. Related to Material And Labour Variances Only,SUGGESTED READINGS.
1 Jelsy Josheph Kuppapally Accounting for Managers ISBN 9788120333185 PHI. Delhi 2009, 2 Paresh Shah Basic Financial Accounting for Managers Oxford University Press. 3 Ambrish Gupta Financial Accounting for Management Pearson Delhi 2004. 4 Narayanaswamy R Financial Accounting PHI Delhi 2011. 5 Anne Abraham Bill Wilkinson John Glynn and Michael Murphy Accounting For. Managers 4 e Cengage Learning 2008, E 105 QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES AND STATISTICAL METHODS FOR. BUSINESS DECISIONS, Algebra of vectors and matrix and determinants Addition subtraction multiplication and. inversion of matrix solution of systematic linear equation with help of matrix algebra. Measure of Central Tendency Mean Mode Median Standard Deviation Coefficient of. Variation Probability addition and multiplication Theoretical Frequency Distribution. Binomial Poisson Normal Distribution, Introduction to Operations Research Definition scope characteristics advantages and. limitations Quantitative approach to decision making tools and modeling in Operations. Linear programming Structure of linear program model Assumption Advantages. Limitations General mathematical model Guidelines for formulation of linear programming. model Simplex Graphical Method Duality in linear programming Transportation Problem. Assignment Problem, Network Analysis PERT CPM Crashing of a Project Network.
Game Theory Two Person Zero sum Games Law of dominance Graphical Method of 2 x. n and m x 2 Games LP Approach to Game Theory Conversion only. Queuing Theory single queue single serve model only. SUGGESTED READINGS, Vohra Quantitative Techniques in Management Tata McGrawHill NewDelhi 2010. Panneerselvam R Operations Research Prentice Hall of India New Delhi 2002. G Srinivasan Operations Research PHI Learning NewDelhi 2010. Tulsian Pandey Quantitative Techniques Pearson NewDelhi 2002. Sharma S D Operations Research Theory Methods and Applications Kedar Nath Ram. Nath Co 2002, Frederick S Hillier Gerald J Lieberman Introduction To Operations Research 9 e Tata. McGraw Hill 2011, Kanishka Bedi Production Operations Management Oxford Univ Press NewDelhi 2007. E 106 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR MANAGERS, Information and System Concepts Value of Information for Business Organization. Characteristics of Information Level of Management Activities and Information Needs of. Managers Significance of IT for Business Organizations Concept and Characteristics of. MIS System Approach to MIS Organization of MIS Types of Information Systems. Application of MIS in Functional Areas of Management. Introduction to Computer Networks General features OSI TCP Model concept of LAN. WAN and MAN EDI application in business, Mobile and Wireless computing fundamentals Mobile computing wireless technology.
mobile information access device mobile computing application. Internet Network Client and Servers Host Terminals TCP IP World Wide Web. Hypertext Uniform Resource Locator Web Browsers websites web portals Internet. Services and Intranet Virus detection and its prevention. E Business Fundamentals E Business framework application Technology Infrastructure. B2B and B2C models Search Engine Optimization Role of Social media websites. Payment Systems Type of E payment risk on e payment designing e payment. Security Environment Security Threats Technology Solutions Client server security data. and message security document security firewalls,SUGGESTED READINGS. 1 James A O Brien Management Information System ISBN 007290611 Tata Mc. Graw Hill 2007, 2 Sadagopan S Management Information Systems 2 e ISBN 9788120348092 PHI. 3 A S Tanenbaum Computer Networks 4 e Prentice Hall 2002. 4 Alexis Leon and M Leon Fundamentals of Information Technology 2 e Vikas. Publishing House 2009, 5 Turban Rainer and Potter Introduction to Information Technology John Wiley and. 6 Ravi Kalakota Whinston B Frontiers of E Commerce Pearson Education Reprint. 7 R Kalakota M Robinson E Business Roadmap for Success Pearson Education. Reprint 2009, 8 Hanson E Commerce Web Marketing Cengage Learning 2009. 9 Parag Kulkarni P K Chande IT Strategies for Business 1 e Oxford University. Press 2008, 10 Joseph E commerce Indian Perspective 3 e PHI 2009.
E 201 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY, Introduction to business Research Meaning Objective Importance Types of Research. Building blocks of science in research induction deductive method case study. Formulation of research Problem Problem Identification Research Question Formulation of. Hypothesis Types and methods of Data Collection Hypothesis Qualities of a good. Hypothesis Null Hypothesis Alternative Hypothesis Hypothesis Testing Logic. Importance, Concept of measurement Validity and Reliability Levels of measurement Nominal. Ordinal Interval Ratio Questionnaire Construction Concept of Scale Rating Scales viz. Likert Scales Semantic Differential Scales Constant Sum Scales Graphic Rating Scales. Ranking Scales Paired Comparison Forced Ranking, Sampling Sample Sampling Error Characteristics of a good sample Size of sample. Probability Sample Simple Random Sample Systematic Sample Stratified Random. Sample Multi stage sampling Non Probability Sample Judgment Convenience Quota. Snowballing methods, Choosing appropriate statistical techniques parametric and non parametric tests T Test. ANOVA Chi square test Correlation Regression Factor Analysis Cluster Analysis. Conjoint Analysis Introduction to SPSS, Research Reports Structure and Components of Research Report Types of Report.
Characteristics of Good Research Report,SUGGESTED READINGS. 1 Panneerselvam R Research Methodology Prentice hall of India New Delhi 2004. 2 Kothari CR and Garg Gaurav Research Methodology Methods And Techniques 3 e. New Age International 2014, 3 Dawson Catherine Introduction To Research Methods 4 e Spring Hill House. Begbroke UK 2009, 4 Kumar Ranjit Research Methodology A Step By Step Guide For Beginners 3 e. 5 Donald Cooper Pamela Schindler Business Research Methods 12 e ISBN. 9780073521503 Mc Graw Hill International 2013, 6 Alan Bryman Emma Bell Business Research Methods 3 e ISBN 9780199583409. Oxford University Press 2011,E 202 MARKETING MANAGEMENT.
Introduction Concept nature scope and importance of marketing Marketing concept and its. evolution Marketing mix Strategic marketing planning an overview Trends in Marketing. Market Analysis and Selection Marketing environment macro and micro components and. their impact on marketing decisions Market segmentation and positioning Buyer behavior. consumer versus organizational buyers Consumer decision making process. Product Decisions Concept of a product Classification of products Major product decisions. Product line and product mix Branding Packaging and labeling Product life cycle. strategic implications New product development and consumer adoption process. Pricing Decisions Factors affecting price determination Pricing policies and strategies. Discounts and rebates, Distribution Channels and Physical Distribution Decisions Nature functions and types of. distribution channels Distribution channel intermediaries Channel management decisions. Retailing and wholesaling, Promotion Decisions Communication Process Promotion mix advertising personal. selling sales promotion publicity and public relations Determining advertising budget. Copy designing and testing Media selection Advertising effectiveness Sales promotion. tools and techniques,SUGGESTED READINGS, 1 Kotler Philip Marketing Management Prentice Hall New Delhi Millennium. Edition 2001, 2 Stanton Etzel Walker Fundamentals of Marketing 14 e ISBN 97800730116344. Tata McGraw Hill New Delhi 2007, 3 Saxena Rajan Marketing Management Tata McGraw Hill 3 e New Delhi 2008.
4 McCarthy E J Basic Marketing A Managerial Approach Irwin New York 1999. 5 Kotler Keller Koshy Jha Marketing Management South Asian Perspective 14 e. Pearson 2012, 6 Ramaswamy Namakumari Marketing Management ISBN 9780333937198. Macmillan New Delhi 1994,E 203 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT. Financial Management Financial goals Profit vs Wealth Maximization Finance. Functions Investment Financing and Dividend Decisions Cost of Capital Significance. of Cost of Capital Calculation of Cost of Debt Cost of Preference Capital Cost of Equity. Capital CAPM Model and Gordon s Model and Cost of Retained Earnings Combined. Cost of Capital weighted Overall, Capital Budgeting Nature of Investment Decisions Investment Evaluation criteria Net. Present Value NPV Internal Rate of Return IRR Profitability Index PI Payback Period. Accounting Rate of Return ARR NPV and IRR comparison. Operating and Financial Leverage Measurement of Leverages Effects of Operating and. Financial Leverage on Profit Analyzing Alternate Financial Plans Combined Financial. and Operating Leverage Capital Structure Theories Traditional approach without Taxes. and with Taxes Net Income Approach NI Net Operating Income Approach NOI. Determining capital structure in practice, Dividend Policies Issues in Dividend Decisions Relevance Theory Walter s Model. Gordon s Model Irrelevance Theory M M Hypotheses Dividend Policy in Practice. Forms of Dividends Stability in Dividend Policy Corporate Dividend Behaviour. Management of Working Capital Significance and types of Working Capital Calculating. Operating Cycle Period and Estimation of Working Capital Requirements Financing of. Working Capital and norms of Bank Finance Sources of Working capital Factoring. services Various committee reports on Bank Finance Dimensions of Working Capital. Management,SUGGESTED READINGS, Khan M Y Jain P K Basic Financial Management Tata Mcgraw Hill 2005.
Chandra Prasanna Financial Management Theory And Practice 8 e Tata McGraw Hill. Bhabatosh Banerjee Fundamentals of Financial Management PHI 2010. Chandra Bose D Fundamentals of Financial Management PHI 2010. Rajni Sofat Preeti Hiro Strategic Financial Management PHI 2011. Pandey I M Financial Management Vikas Publishing House 2009.

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