1 Faculty of Management Studies Pacific Academy of Higher Education and Research University MBA Dual Specialization - II Semester Code No. Name of Subject External Internal Marks Marks Total MBA -201 Marketing Management MBA -202 Production & Operations Management MBA -203 Financial Management MBA -204 Research Methodology MBA -205 Management Information System MBA -206 Human Resource Management MBA -207-A Business Regulatory Framework MBA -207-B Disaster Management MBA -208 Business Practice - II Total Examination: 1. In Each paper, from the Code Nos. 201 to 207, 70% marks shall be for external examination & remaining 30% shall be for internal assessment. 2. Code No. 208, 50% marks shall be for external examination & remaining 50% shall be for internal assessment. 3. No candidate shall be considered to have pursued a regular course of study unless he/she is certified by the Head of the Institute/ Dean of the Faculty to have attended at least the three-fourth of the total number of classroom sessions conducted in each paper. Any student not complying with this requirement shall not be allowed to appear in the examination. Promotion and Span: (a) The maximum permissible span of the programme is of four years from the date of registration in the programme. (b) The minimum marks for passing the examination for each semester shall be 40% in each paper and 50% in aggregate for all papers in each semester. (c) The degree shall be awarded to successful students on the basis of composite performance in all the semesters: Securing 60% and above : I Division All others : II Division (d) A student to be eligible for award of degree has to clear all the papers offered during the two-year MBA programme within this span. (e) University may change the guidelines if required. (f) The students who have due papers, on completion of the four semesters would be allowed to appear in the special Summer Semester Examination to be held for allowing them to clear their due paper(s) or to improve in papers wherein they have scored less than 50 % marks.
2 MARKETING MANAGEMENT (MBA-201) Course/Paper: MBA-201 No. of Tutorials Hrs/Weeks: 01 Section A Unit I Marketing: Concepts and orientations, Marketing Functions, Marketing in modern context, Marketing Planning & Marketing Process, Strategic Planning, Marketing System Approach & Marketing Environment Unit II Marketing Information System: Concept and Components. Consumer Behavior: Buying Models, buying process, Factors influencing consumer buying behavior. Marketing Research: Concept, Process, Scope and Significance. Unit III Market Segmentation, Targeting & Positioning, Product Decisions: Product Mix, Differentiation & Positioning, New product development, Consumer adoption process, Product Life Cycle and strategies, Pricing Decisions: Objectives, Factors affecting pricing decisions, Pricing Methods. Unit IV Channel Decisions: Nature and types of Marketing Channels, Channel Design and Channel Management Decisions, Retailing, Promotion Decisions: Communication process, Promotion Mix, Advertising, Sales Promotion, Public Relations, Personnel selling. Case study: Sufficient number of cases should be discussed.
3 PRODUCTION & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (MBA-202) Course/Paper: MBA-202 Section - A Unit I Theory: Production & Operations Management-Introduction, Nature and Scope, Duties & Responsibilities of Production Managers. Operation Strategy and Facility Location: Importance, factors & steps. Practical Problems: Transportation and Assignment Problems. Unit II Theory: Process Planning, Types of Manufacturing Systems & Layouts, Layout Planning, Materials Management -An Overview, Material Handling-Principals-Equipments, Production Planning And Control -In Mass, Batch & Job Production Systems. Inventory Control Techniques, JIT. Practical Problems: Line Balancing-Problems, Economic Batch Quantity, Inventory Control: EOQ Models-Price Break, Batch, Shortage Unit III Theory: An Overview of Capacity Planning, Aggregate Planning & Maintenance Management. Work Study, Method Study, Work Measurement, Work Environment-Industrial Safety. Concept of Total Quality (TQ). International Quality Certifications and Other Standards. Practical Problems: Statistical Quality Control: For Variables and Attributes. Unit IV Theory: ERP and Business Process Engineering Maintenance Management. Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM), Artificial Intelligence & Expert Systems. Practical Problems: Project Management: PERT & CPM, Simulation. Case study: Sufficient number of cases should be discussed. Note: In the Examination minimum 50% weightage for Numerical or application oriented problems.
4 Financial Management (MBA-203) Course/Paper: MBA-203 Section- A UNIT-I Financial Management: Meaning, importance and objectives, Organizational structure, conflicts in profit v/s (wealth) maximization. Principle, function of chief financial officer. Time value of money: Compounding, Discounting, and Doubling. UNIT-II Risk and Return: Overview of capital market theory, Beta Estimation, CAPM and APT. Working Capital: Working Capital estimation, Treasury management. Receivable management: credit policy, collection policy, Inventory management: Modern Methods, Traditional Method. Financing of working capital UNIT-III Cost of Capital: Meaning, Importance and types, weighted average cost of capital. Capital Budgeting: Meaning and nature of Capital Budgeting, Capital Budgeting process, Discounted and Traditional Methods. UNIT-IV Financing Decisions: Concept of operating and financial leverage. Capital Structure: Introduction, Net Income Approach, NOI Approach, Traditional Approach, TQM Approach, Dividend policy various models. Section B Case Study: Sufficient number of case should be discussed. Note: In the Examination minimum 50% weightage for numerical or application oriented problems.
5 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (MBA-204) Course/Paper: MBA-204 Section - A Unit-I Research - meaning, scope, significance and Types. Characteristics of good research, Research: Scientific Method. Research Process, Formulation of research Problem, and Types of Research Design: Exploratory, Descriptive, Diagnostic and Experimentation. Unit-II Data: Primary and Secondary Data. Data Collection Methods - Observations, Survey, Interview, Schedule, Questionnaire and Panel Research. Qualitative and Motivational Research Techniques. Measurement & Scaling Techniques, Sampling: Meaning, Types of Sampling - Probability and Non Probability Sampling Techniques, Errors in Sampling, Concept of measurement Reliability & Validity tools, Data Analysis: Editing, Coding, Classification, Tabulation, Analysis, & Interpretation. Unit-III Analysis of Variance: Standard Deviation, coefficient of variance Co-relation and Regression Hypothesis: Meaning, Types, Characteristics, Sources, Formulation of Hypothesis, Errors in Hypothesis Testing. Parametric and Nonparametric test: T-test, Z-test, Chi-square, F-test, U-Test, Rank-Sum Test, Run test, K-W test. Unit-IV Report Writing: Writing Research Report, Presentation, Bibliography and References. Introduction to Use of Computers Software like SPSS/ Systat for T-test, Z-test, Chi-square and ANOVA. Case study: Sufficient number of cases should be discussed. Note: In the Examination minimum 50% weightage for Numerical or application oriented problems.
6 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (MBA-205) Course/Paper: MBA-205 Section A Unit-I Management Information System: Introduction to Data, Types of Data. Information concepts, types of information, attributes of effective information, Concept of System. Information System: definition of information System, elements of information system, evolution of information system, scope of information, dimension of information, importance of information, formal & informal information. Information as strategic resource, use of information for comparative advantage Unit-II Definition, Scope, Characteristics. Purpose and objectives of MIS, contemporary approaches to MIS, MIS as an instrument for organizational change. Types of Information System: Transaction Processing System (TPS), office Automation System (OAS), Knowledge Management System (KMS), Management Information System (MIS), decision support systems (DSS), Types of DSS, Components of DSS, Characteristics of DSS, Application of DSS, Executive Support System (ESS),, Expert System (ES), Application of ES. Unit-III Concept of System: types of Systems, close system and open system, system development process, models of system development (waterfall, iterative, prototype, spiral & agile) Introduction of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP): Features, selection, issue & challenge in implementation, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), e governance. Unit-IV Introduction to Business Intelligence: Origins and Drivers of Business Intelligence, General Process of Intelligence Creation and Use, Characteristics Of Business Intelligence, Structure And Components Of Business Intelligence, Successful Business Intelligence Implementation, Business Analytics - Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) Reporting and Queries. Case study: Sufficient number of cases should be discussed.
7 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (MBA-206) Course/Paper: MBA-206 No. of Lecture Hrs/Week:37.5 Total No. of Lectures Hrs:52 Section A Unit-I HRM: Concept, Definition, HR Functions, Human Resource Policies, Role of HR Executive, Challenges to HR Professionals, Human Resource planning-, Job Analysis, Job Design, Recruitment, Sources of recruitment, Selection, Stages in selection process. Emerging horizons in HRM. SHRM: Meaning & definition, objective, approaches and process. Unit-II Management and Development of Human Resource :- Orientation, Training and Development Process and Methods, Need Assessment, Training Evaluation, Concept & process of HRD, HRD mechanism, HRD for Organizational Effectiveness Appraising and Improving Performance: Basic Concepts Objectives and Process of Performance Appraisal Systems, Appraisal Vs. Performance Management, Types of Employee Appraisal Systems, Succession Planning, Career Planning. Unit-III Compensation Management & Incentives: Job evaluation- Definition, Objectives, Principles, Process & Techniques of Job evaluation, Advantages & Limitations of Job Evaluation, Concept of wage & salary administration, purpose, principles, concepts, types of incentive plans, Concept of Rewards, employee Benefits. Unit-IV Employee Relations: Grievance handling- Concept of grievance, Cause of grievance, Need for a grievance redressal procedure, Steps in a grievance redressal procedure. Disciplinary Action: Definition & Concept of discipline, Aims & Objectives of discipline, Forms & Types of discipline, acts of Indiscipline or Misconducts, Disciplinary procedure, Disciplinary actions. Quality of Work Life: Definition & concept of QWL, Methods to improve QWL, Benefits of QWL Program Case study: Sufficient number of case should be discussed.
8 BUSINESS REGULATORY FRAMEWORK (MBA-207-A) Course/Paper: MBA-207-A Section A Unit I The Indian Contract Act, 1872: Definitions (Contract, Agreement), Essential Features of a valid contract, classification of contracts, offer & acceptance, essential features of a valid offer &acceptance, Types of offer, revocation of offer, consideration, essential features of a valid consideration, contracts without consideration, capacity to contract, free consent, Discharge of Contracts: meaning; methods of termination or discharge of contract. Contract of Guarantee- Meaning, Nature-, Features- Types of Guarantee, Surety and co-surety, Rights & Liabilities Unit- II The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 :Introduction, definition; goods and their classification; sale and a agreement to sell; essential elements of contract of sale; sale distinguished from hire purchase and installment sale Conditions and Warranties: distinction between condition and warranty; implied conditions and warranties Doctrine of Caveat Emptor and its exceptions Transfer of Ownership: passing of property from the seller to the buyer Transfer of Title by Non-owners: unpaid seller and his rights Unit - III Indian Companies Act: Introduction - definitions, features and types of Companies; ; Formation of Company: essential steps, procedure for incorporation, certificate of incorporation and commencement of business; Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association, alteration of Memorandum and Articles of Association, Doctrine of Ultra Vires and Indoor Management Winding up - modes, Grounds for compulsory and voluntary winding up of companies. Unit IV Consumer Protection Act 1986: Introduction, Definition, (Complaint, Consumer commercial purpose goods, Services), Basic Rights of consumer, Consumer Protection Councils, Redressal Machinery under the Act. Law of Competition. Act 2002: Introduction, Important features of the Act, Important Definitions(Agreement, Cartel, Consumer, Enterprise, Goods, Services), Anti- competitive Agreements, Prohibition on Agreement having appreciable Adverse, Effect on Competition, Competition commission of India ( Establishment, competition, Term of office.) Patent Act: conceptual understanding of patents, copyrights, trademarks and designs Case study: Sufficient number of case should be discussed. DISASTER MANAGEMENT (MBA-207-B)
9 Course/Paper: MBA-207-B Section A UNIT 1 Meaning, Importance, Dimensions and Scope of Disaster Management, Disaster Management Cycles. UNIT 2- Types of Disaster and its effects and damages- Natural, Unpredictable Earthquake, Volcano, Landslides. Predictable Cyclone, Draughts. Manmade Industrial, Economic, Social environmental, Ecological. Partially predicable Floods, Landslides Causes of disasters UNIT 3 - Factors affecting damage types, scale population, social status, habitation pattern, physiology and climate. Factors affecting mitigation measures, prediction, preparation, communication, area and accessibility, population, physiology and climate. Unit 4 Planning for Disaster management: Prediction: Technological development, Monitoring network, development of expertise / manpower. Preparation: Material Relief required sources of relief, modes and means of transport Medical facility, communication network- Radio T.V. Telephones Wireless. Physiological: Preparation of manpower, awareness of damages Perception, reaction time. Authority: Hierarchy Set up direction of communication Suggested Reading: Disaster management S.K.Singh, S.C. Kundu, Disaster Administration and Management, Text & Case studies- SL Goel Disaster Management- G.K Ghosh Disaster Management Vinod K Sharma- NCDM
10 BUSINESS PRACTICE-II (MBA-208) Course/Paper: MBA-208 No. of Lecture Hrs/Week:00 Total No. of Lectures Hrs:45 No. of Tutorials Hrs/Weeks:03 Case Study: 2 Cases 20 Marks each (10 Marks Oral Presentation + 10 Marks Written) = 40 marks. Two cases prescribed in the curriculum shall have to be analyzed by each student, wherein he shall have to give an oral presentation and shall also have to submit the written analysis. Business Communication of 30 marks: (6 Activities * 5 Marks) = 30 Marks. 1. Presentation skills 5 marks 2. Application Writing 5 marks 3. Business Letters Writing 5 marks 4. Group Discussion 5 marks 5. etiquette 5 marks 6. CV Writing 5 marks Seminar on Contemporary Issue (15 Marks Oral + 15 Marks Written) =30 Marks One contemporary issues concerning with Indian Corporate sector like, merger & acquisition, current economic issues, global interface, stock market developments, new HR initiatives, recent trends in marketing trends etc, to the students. The student will prepare seminar under guidance of faculty members to be allotted by the director/ Principal of the institute. The student will submit written report and make an oral presentation before a panel of internal examiner. Evaluation criteria: Internal Marks- 50 Case study- 20 marks, Contemporary Issue -15 marks, Business communication- 15 marks External marks- 50 A comprehensive Viva-voce of case study, Seminar on Contemporary Issue and business communication will be conducted.
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