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1 Course Structure Masters Degree Programme in MBA (Human Resource Management) for the academic year SEMESTER I SCHEME OF SYLLABUS (CORE COURSES) CREDITS MAX. MARKS Course Code Course Title MHRM 101 Management Fundamentals MHRM 102 Managerial Economics MHRM 103 Accounting for Management MHRM 104 Marketing Management MHRM 105 Human Resource Management MHRM 106 Communication for Professional Excellence MHRM 107 Information Technology for Management MHRM 108 Viva Voce 2 50 UNIVERSITY WIDE ELECTIVE COURSES (ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING) Fundamentals of Management and Organizational MHRM 175 Behaviour MHRM 176 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Total Credits: 34 Total Marks: 850

2 Syllabus MBA -Human Resources Management (HRM) For the academic year st Semester Course No.MHRM-101 Contact Hrs/Week: 4 Hrs Course Title: -Management Fundamentals Credit: 04 Maximum Marks: 100 Duration of Examination: 3 Hrs Objective: The Course has been designed such that if acquaint the students with the basic management concepts and organizational processes in the organization. Unit-I Management-Concepts, Functions, Significance of management, Management and Administration, Levels of management. Principles of Management: Henry Fayol and F.W.Taylor, Approaches/Schools of Management Thought-Classical, Neo-Classical and Modern. Professionalisation of Management in India. Unit-II Managerial Roles; Types of Managers; Management levels and skills; Challenges of Management. Era of Dynamic Engagement; New Organisational Environment; Globalisation and Management; Diversity and Cross Cultural Management; Ethical and Environmental foundations of management; Quality management; Enterpreneuring and Intrapreneuring. Unit-III Planning: Concept, Nature, Processes and Frameworks of Planning; Types of plans and planning premises; Organising, approaches in Organisation Design and Structuring, Span of Management, Authority and Responsibility relationship, Delegation and Decentralisation; Direction as Management Function.

3 Unit-IV Decision Making: Concept and Significance, types of Decisions, Processes of Decision Making; Techniques of decision-making and Forecasting. Management by Objectives (MBO) Management Control: - Concept, features, process and Techniques. Unit-V Motivation Meaning, Types of motivation, Importance, Theories of motivation Malsow s needhierarchy theory, McGregor s theory X and theory Y, Herzberg motivation-hygiene model, Victor-vroom expectancy model. William Ouchi s motivation theory, Lessons from Army, NGOs and Civil Administration on Managerial Practices and Issues. Note: Teaching Pedagogy besides classroom teaching will essentially include simulation, case studies, role plays and games. Teaching-learning Process will involve 20% input from those who have demonstrated excellence in the area i.e. Practioner s view will be incorporated. Reference Books and Suggested Readings Koontz, Herold and Weihrich, Heinz. Management, McGraw Hill, New York. 5 th edition. Stoner, James A.F. and Freeman, R.Edward, Management. New Delhi. 6 th edition. Mathew, M.J Business Management Sheel Sons Publishers, Jaipur. 1 st edition. Robbins, Stephens, P. :OrganisationalBehaviour, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. Newstorm and Keith Davis - OrganisationalBehaviour Human Behaviour at work, Tata McGrawHill,New Delhi. Luthans Fred - OrganisationalBehaviour, Tata McGrawHill,New Delhi.

4 Syllabus MBA -Human Resources Management (HRM) For the academic year I Semester Course No. MHRM- 102 Contact Hours /Week: 4 Hrs Course Title: Managerial Economics Credit: 04 Maximum Marks: 100 Duration of Examination: 3 Hrs Objective The objective of this course is to acquaint the participants with concepts and techniques used in Micro-Economic Theory and to enable them to apply this knowledge in business decision making. Emphasis is given to changes in the nature to business firms in the context of globalization. UNIT 1 Managerial Economics: Meaning nature and scope of managerial economics Role of Micro and Macro Economic Analysis in formulation of Business Policies. UNIT 2 Demand Analysis; Demand and Law of Demand, Determinants of demand on demand functions, Change in demand elasticity of demand degrees measurement of price elasticity of demand total expenditure method proportionate method point elasticity method and Law of Supply. UNIT 3 Markets: meaning characteristics, types of markets perfect and Imperfect, Utility and Indifference curve approaches meaning, Law of Diminishing marginal rate of substitution properties of indifference curve, Price line consumers equilibrium conditions of consumers equilibrium income substitution and price effect.demand forecasting meaning and methods UNIT 4

5 Production function, Short run and long run, cost and output analysis ;General Theory of price determination, role of time elements in price determination.national Income, GDP & Other Measures of National Income. Price Indices- CPI/PPI.Aggregate Demand and Supply. Inflation: Concept, Theories and Application UNIT 5 Fiscal and Monetary Policies -Conceptual, Business Fluctuations and Trade Cycles Theories and Its Relevance In Business Decisions. Role of IMF, World Bank in the economic restricting of countries Note: Teaching Pedagogy besides classroom teaching will essentially include simulation, case studies, role plays and games. Teaching-learning Process will involve 20% input from those who have demonstrated excellence in the area i.e. Practioner s view will be incorporated. Reference Books and Suggested reading Buamol William.J &Alan.S.Blinder,Microeconomics Principles &Policy,Thomson South Western,2007 Mankiw.N.Gregory, Principles Of Microeconomics,Cengage Learning,South Western 2006 PindyckRobert.S,Rubinfield&Mehta,Microeconomics,Pearson 2006 Mankiw.N.Gregory, Economics Principles and Applications,Cengage Learning 2007 Samuelson.Pual A. & William B.Nordhaus,Economics,Tata Mac Graw Hill,2005 Boyes William And MichealMelvin,Text Book Of Economics,Biztantra,2005 Samuelson William F.& Stephan,G.Marks,Managerial Economics,Wiley 2008

6 Syllabus MBA -Human Resources Management (HRM) For the academic year st Semester Course No. MHRM-103 Contact Hrs/Week: 4 Hrs Course Title: Accounting for Management Credit: 04 Maximum Marks: 100 Duration of Examination: 3 Hrs Objective The basic objective of this course is to enable the management students to impart knowledge of accounting concepts and techniques and also to develop skills in utilizing the accounting and financial information in the process of managerial decision-making. Unit-I Introduction Financial Accounting-Concept, importance and scope. Accounting as an information system. Accounting concepts, conventions and generally accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).Preparation of Journal, Ledger and Trial Balance. Unit-II Final Accounts Concepts and methods of Depreciation including straight line method, Diminishing balance method, Insurance policy method and Depreciation fund method. Preparation of Final Accounts Manufacturing Account, Trading & Profit and loss Account and Balance sheet. Adjustments in final accounts. Unit-III Management Accounting and Financial Analysis Management Accounting- Concept, need, importance and scope. Financial Analysis Ratio Analysis and Du-pont Analysis, Prepration of Funds flow statement and Cash Flow statement.

7 Unit-IV Cost Accounting and Budgetary Control Cost Accounting Concept, need, importance and scope. Preparation of Cost Sheet with element wise classification of various costs. Budget and Budgetary control including Performance Budgeting and Zero Based Budgeting. Unit-V Marginal and Standard Costing Marginal and absorption costing their difference. Concept & utility of CVP analysis in business decision making. Standard costing and Variance Analysis Material Variance and Labour Variance. Note: Teaching Pedagogy besides classroom teaching will essentially include simulation, case studies, role plays and games. Teaching-learning Process will involve 20% input from those who have demonstrated excellence in the area i.e. Practioner s view will be incorporated. Reference Books and Suggested Readings J.S. Accounting Principles, Anthony R.N. and Reece, 6 th ed., Homewood, Illinois, Richard D.Irwin, Accounting for Management Text and Cases, Bhattacharya, S.K. and Dearden J., New Delhi, Vikas Publication House, Financial Accounting, Heitger, L.E. and Matulich, Serge, New-York, Mc-Graw Hill, Management Accounting, Hingorani, N.L. and Ramanathan, A.R., 5 th ed., New Delhi, Sultan Chand, Principles of Financial and Management Accounting, Financial and Managerial Accounting, Horngren, Charles, etc., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Prentice Hall Inc., Financial and Management Accounting. Needles, Belverd, etc., Boston, Houghton Miffin Company, 1994.

8 Syllabus MBA -Human Resources Management (HRM) For the academic year st Semester Course No. MHRM-104 Contact Hours /Week: 4 Hrs Course Title: Marketing Management Credit: 04 Maximum Marks: 100 Duration of Examination: 3 Hrs Objective The purpose of this course is to develop understanding of the underlying concepts, strategies and issues involved in the marketing of products and services Unit I Nature, scope and tasks of Marketing. Company Orientations towards the market place, Holistic Marketing, Shifts in Marketing, Marketing Management Tasks, Marketing Plan and Marketing organization. Marketing Information System and Marketing Research; Emerging trends in marketing, Web Marketing, E-marketing Unit II Understanding consumer and Industrial Markets. Segmentation, Targeting and positioning; Product Decisions Product Mix; Product life cycle, New Product development; Branding and packaging decisions. Unit III Pricing: Factors affecting pricing Decisions, New trends in Pricing Strategies; Promotion Decisions Promotion Mix, Advertising Models, Sales Promotion, Publicity and Personal selling. UNIT IV Value Chain, Value delivery process, Channel Management Channel types, functions and levels, Selecting, training and motivating. Channel Members; Channel Cooperation and Conflict Management, Vertical Marketing-Implementation and Systems.

9 Unit V Consumer Behavior, Factors Influencing consumer behavior, Buying decision process, Theories of consumer decision making, Organizational Buying, Participant s in Buying process, Stages in buying process. Note: Teaching Pedagogy besides classroom teaching will essentially include simulation, case studies, role plays and games. Teaching-learning Process will involve 20% input from those who have demonstrated excellence in the area i.e. Practioner s view will be incorporated. Reference Books and Suggested reading Enis,B.M. Marketing Classics: A Selection of Influential Articles, New York, McGraw Hill Kotler, Phillip and Armstrong, G. Principles of Marketing, New Delhi, Prentice Hall of India. Kotler, Phillip, Marketing Management: Analysis, Planning, Implementation and Control. NewDelhi, Prentice Hall of India Ramaswamy,V.S and Namakumari, S. Marketing Management Planning,Control. New Delhi, MacMillian Stanton, William, J. Fundamentals of Marketing. New York,McGraw Hill. Neelamegham,S. Marketing in India: Cases and Readings. New Delhi,Vikas,

10 Syllabus MBA -Human Resources Management (HRM) For the academic year st Semester Course No. MHRM-105 Contact Hrs/Week: 4 Hrs Course Title: Human Resource Management Credit: 04 Maximum Marks: 100 Duration of Examination: 3 Hrs Objective The basic objective of this course is to help the students to acquire and develop decision making skills in relation to managing people in organizations and to create an understanding of the various policies and practices of human resource management. Unit I Introduction: Human Resource Management - Nature, Concept and Significance of People Management in an organization; Challenges facing HRM; HRM in a Changing role in India; Organization and functions of the HR and Personnel Department- HR Structure and strategy ; Role of government and personnel environment in present context. Unit II Human Resource Planning and Selection: Manpower Planning, Job analysis, Recruitment and Selection-process, Induction, Performance and Potential Appraisal, coaching and mentoring, HRM issues and Practices in context of outsourcing as strategy. Unit III Personnel development and retirement, Training and Development, Methods designed and evaluation of Training and Development, Career Development Promotions and Transfers Personal empowerment including delegation retirement and other retirement processes. UNIT IV Financial compensation productivity and morale: Compensation issues and Management. Job Evaluation- Productivity, Employee Morale and Motivation: Stress Management and Quality of work life. Human Resource Information System (HRIS), Personnel research and audit.

11 Unit V Building Relationships and Facilitating Legislative Framework: Trade Unions, Employers Association Managing Conflicts - Disciplinary Process Collective Bargaining Workers and Managerial Decision making concept, Mechanics and Experience. Note: Teaching Pedagogy besides classroom teaching will essentially include simulation, case studies, role plays and games. Teaching-learning Process will involve 20% input from those who have demonstrated excellence in the area i.e. Practioner s view will be incorporated. Reference Books and Suggested reading Fisher, Schoenfeldt and ShawManaging Human Resource, engage Learning GargDessler Human Resource Management 13 th edition, Pearson E. Schuster Human ResourseMangement,Concept,Cases And Readings,Phl GargDessler, Human Resource Mangement,Pearson Education,13 th Edition UdaiPareek,Training Instruments In HrdAnd Od,Tata Mac Graw Hill 2nd Edition M.S. Saiyadian, Human ResourseMangement,Tata Mac Graw Hill 3rdEdition Lata& Nair Personnel Management & Industrial Relations,S.Chand

12 Syllabus MBA -Human Resources Management (HRM) For the academic year st Semester Course code: MHRM-106 Contact Hours/Week: 4Hrs Course Title: Communication for Professional Excellence Credit: 04 Maximum Marks: 100 Duration of Examination: 3 Hrs Objective To enable the students become aware of the importance of managerial communication and the need to master it in order to successfully function in their day- to- day work. To introduce them formally and systematically to some of the current practices in Industry. To enable them to acquire some of the skills that are routinely needed. To build up their self-confidence by giving them a true picture of themselves as well as of their organization, so that they learn to project their image in all their understandings. UNIT-I Business Communication: Nature, Importance: Process of communication, Models- Keith Davis, Leisker, Forms of Communication-Oral and Written, Visual, Audio- Visual, Non- Verbal, Body Language. UNIT-II Types of Communication- Vertical, Horizontal and Grapevine, Principles of Effective Communication (7 C s of Effective Communication), Barriers of Communication- Physical, mechanical, semantic, different comprehensions of reality, socio-psychological barriers, Effective listening-meaning, relevance and scope, Public speaking, listening skills, seminar presentation, interpersonal communication UNIT-III Business Letter Writing: Layout, Structures, Types of Business Letter writing- letter of enquiry, quotation, order, advice, circular letters, letters of complaint and adjustments, sales letters, credit letters and status enquiries, collection letters, Memo, Job application and C.V.; s

13 UNIT-IV Writing Business Reports, presentation of Reports, Interview and Group Discussion, Principles for writing effective minutes, Global Business Manners, Business Protocol and Etiquettes. UNIT-V Understanding self: Self image, Self Worth Self Esteem, Self Analysis using appropriate techniques: Self Confrontation and Self Acceptance- An experiential process of growth, Developing Positive Attitude, Emotional Intelligence: Managing self dialogue, Rapport Building. * Case studies related to entire topics are to be taught Note: Teaching Pedagogy besides classroom teaching will essentially include simulation, case studies, role plays and games. Teaching- Learning Process will involve 20% input from those who demonstrated excellence in the area i.e. Practioner s view will be incorporated. Reference Books and Suggested Readings: Carol, M. Lehmnan, Debbie D. Dufrene, Business Communicatio, Cengage Learning Bovee Courtland L. and Thrill, John V. Business Communication Today, Tata McGraw Hill, New York, Taxman Publications Ghanekar, A. (1996), Communication Skills for Effective Management, Everest Publishing House Lesikar, Raymond V and Peitit, John D. (1994), Business Communication: Theory and Application, Richard D. Irwin Inc. Ilinios Raman, Meenakshi and Sharma S. (2004) Technical Communication: Principles and Practice, Oxford University Press, New Delhi Hurlock, Elizabeth, B., Personality Development, Tata McGraw Hill Pareek, Uday Understanding OrganisationalBehaviour, Oxford Publication Sahu, R.K., Training for Development, Excel Books Romila Reddy, NLP for Dummies Joseph O Conner- NLP Workbook: A Practical Guide to achieving Results you want P.E. Merlevede- 7 Steps to Emotional Intelligence

14 Syllabus MBA -Human Resources Management (HRM) For the academic year st Semester Course code: MHRM-107 Contact Hours/Week: 4Hrs Course Title: Information Technology for Management Credit: 04 Maximum Marks: 100 Duration of Examination: 3 Hrs Objective The objective of this course is to introduce to the students the management issues related to Information Systems and help them identify and evaluate various options in this regard. UNIT-I Concept and role of Information Systems, Types of Information Systems, Operations Support Systems, Expert Systems, Knowledge Management Information Systems, Information Systems for Strategic Management, Competitive Strategy concepts and objectives, Strategic role of Information Systems, Integrating Information Systems with Business Strategy. UNIT-II Planning for Information Systems: Identification of applications- Structured and unstructured approach: Business planning system and critical success factors: Methods of Identifying applications, Evaluation of applications and value analysis, Risks in information systems UNIT-III Resource requirements for information systems: Hardware and Capacity Planning, Software Needs, Procurement Options- Make or Buy Decision, Outsourcing as an option in information systems. UNIT-IV Systems Development life cycle: Critical Success factors in customized software, traditional sequential method for systems development, CASE tools and modern process of Systems development, Flexibility Integrity and Control Issues UNIT-V

15 Decision Support Systems-An overview: Role of Decision Support Systems in organizations, Modeling in Decision Support, Group Decision Support Systems, Expert Systems: Executive Information systems and their applications. * Case studies related to entire topics are to be taught Note: Teaching Pedagogy besides classroom teaching will essentially include simulation, case studies, role plays and games. Teaching- Learning Process will involve 20% input from those who demonstrated excellence in the area i.e. Practioner s view will be incorporated. Reference Books and Suggested Readings: Laudon Kenneth and Laudon Jane, MIS- A contemporary perspective. Prentice Hall, New York O Brien James A., Management Information Systems. Tata McGraw Hill Edition, New Delhi Kumar, M., Business Information Systems. Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi

16 Syllabus MBA -Human Resources Management (HRM) University wide Elective Course for the academic year Semester Course code: MHRM-175 Contact Hours/Week: 4Hrs Course Title: Fundamentals of Management and Organisational Behaviour Credit: 04 Maximum Marks: 100 Duration of Examination: 3 Hrs Objective The Course has been designed such that it would acquaint the students with the basic management concepts and organizational processes in the organisation. Unit-I Managerial Roles; Types of Managers; Management levels and skills; Challenges of Management. Era of Dynamic Engagement; New Organisational Environment; Globalisation and Management; Diversity and Cross Cultural Management; Ethical and Environmental foundations of management; Quality management; Enterpreneuring and Intrapreneuring. Unit-II Planning: Concept, Nature, Processes and Frameworks of Planning; Types of plans and planning premises; Organising, approaches in Organisation Design and Structuring, Span of Management, Authority and Responsibility relationship, Delegation and Decentralisation; Direction as Management Function. Unit-III Decision Making: Concept and Significance, types of Decisions, Processes of Decision Making; Techniques of decision-making and Forecasting. Management by Objectives (MBO). Management Control: - Concept, features, process and Techniques. Unit IV Understanding and Managing Individual Behaviour values: Types of values; Value based management; Personality Meaning; Development of Personality; Personality Determinants and Traits. Locus of Control (LOC) & Types of Perception-Nature and Importance; Factors influencing Perception; developing perceptual skills. Attitudes-Nature and Dimensions; Components and functions of attitudes. Unit V Leadership and influence process-concept; Leadership Skills; theories of leadership-trait Theory; Situation theory; Path-goal Leadership model; Understanding and managing organizational System; Organsational design and structure.

17 Note: Teaching Pedagogy besides classroom teaching will essentially include simulation, case studies, role plays and games. Teaching-learning Process will involve 20% input from those who have demonstrated excellence in the area i.e. Practioner s view will be incorporated. Reference Books and Suggested Readings Koontz, Herold and Weihrich, Heinz. Management, McGraw Hill, New York. 5 th edition. Stoner, James A.F. and Freeman, R.Edward, Management. New Delhi. 6 th edition. Mathew, M.J Business Management Sheel Sons Publishers, Jaipur. 1 st edition. Robbins, Stephens, P. : Organisational Behaviour, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. Newstorm and Keith Davis - Organisational Behaviour Human Behaviour at work, Tata Mc Graw Hill,New Delhi. Luthans Fred - Organisational Behaviour, Tata Mc Graw Hill,New Delhi.

18 Syllabus MBA -Human Resources Management (HRM) University wide Elective Course for the academic year I-Semester Course No. MHRM-176 Contact Hrs/week: 4Hrs Course Title: Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Credit: 04 Maximum Marks: 100 Duration of Examination: 3 Hrs Objective To create understanding of the concept and process of entrepreneurship Management of small business and other types of small scale enterprises. To have an understanding of the major causes and remedial actions for SSI sickness To develop a practical understanding of formulating a business proposal Unit I Entrepreneurship - concept, need and scope, Entrepreneurial functions and tasks; Characteristics of successful entrepreneurs; different types of entrepreneurs, Innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship Small Business: Concept & Definition, Nature & Characteristics, Role of Small Business in Indian Economy Unit II Environmental Scanning, Identifying Entrepreneurship opportunities, Idea Generation and Scrutinizing Idea Institutional support programmes; role and functions of major support institutions such as SIB, CSIO, SSDO, SISIs, Entrepreneurship development programmes and management education for entrepreneurs, Role of Women Entrepreneurs Unit III Selecting appropriate ownership structure, Sole Proprietor, Limited Liability Company (LLC), Joint Stock Company, Registration and Licensing; Application for registration of a small business enterprise, Partnership Act, 1932 Teething problems in setting small units; location, technology, marketing, recoveries, Labour and planning, Problem of sickness. Unit IV Need for funds, technology and facilities, Acquisition, Allocation and Administration of Funds, Financial assistance by financial institutions and emphasis on schemes for assisting small scale units. Government Policy towards small business Working Capital Management, Break even analysis, Inventory Management, Production and Operations Management, Marketing Management, E-commerce and need for digital marketing, HRM, TQM for Small Scale Enterprises

19 Unit V Project Identification (Feasibility study),project Formulation, Preparation of Formal Project Report, Project Appraisal, Social Cost Benefit Analysis. Note: The mid semester examination for this course shall be evaluated on the basis of project report prepared by the students individually and submission of the project report shall be at the end of semester Teaching Pedagogy besides classroom teaching will essentially include simulation, case studies, role plays and games. Teaching-learning Process will involve 20% input from those who have demonstrated excellence in the area i.e. Practioner s view will be incorporated. Expertise of the faculty from JKEDI and other entrepreneurship institutes will be utilized Reference Books and Suggested Readings Baumback C.M. & Mancuso, J.R., Entrepreneurship and Venture Management, Taraporevala, Bombay, Khanka S.S., Entrwepreneurial Development, S. Chand & Company, New Delhi, Desai, V., Management of a Small Scale Industry, 3rd ed., Himalaya, Bombay, Taub, R.P. & Taub D.L., Entrepreneurship in India s Small Scale Industries, Manohar, New Delhi, Tewari, V.K., Philip J. & Pandey, A.N., Small Industry Success and Failure Concept, New Delhi, 1981.

20 Course Structure Masters Degree Programme in MBA (Human Resource Management) for the academic year SEMESTER II SCHEME OF SYLLABUS CREDITS MAX. (CORE COURSES) MARKS Course Code Course Title MHRM 201 Corporate Ethics and Environment MHRM 202 Financial Management MHRM 203 Quantitative Techniques for Business MHRM 204 Industrial Relations MHRM 205 Production Management MHRM 206 Strategic Management Individual and Group Behaviour in MHRM 207 Organization MHRM 208 Viva Voce 2 50 UNIVERSITY WIDE ELECTIVE COURSES (ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING) Managerial Skills and Effective MHRM 275 Communication Entrepreneurship and Small Business MHRM 176 Management Total Credits: 34 Total Marks: 850

21 Syllabus MBA -Human Resources Management (HRM) For the academic year II-Semester Course No. MHRM-201 Contact Hrs/Week: 4Hrs Course Title: Corporate Ethics and Environment Credits: 04 Maximum Marks: 100 Duration of Examination: 3 Hrs Objective The Purpose of this course is to develop an awareness of the ethical issues related to business and to give the participants the basic understanding of the important ethical and environmental aspects of business. Unit-I Business Ethics: concept and nature, Ethical Theories; causes of unethical behaviour, Ethical abuses, Work Ethics. Ethics in Practice- Professional Ethics for Functional Managers, Ethics in Global Business, Ethical Dilemma, Ethos in HRM Unit -II Introduction and definition of business and its Emergence in the 21st Century The concept of Environment components of Environment: Economic, Political, Legal Social, Technological and International. Need to scan the business environment and techniques of scanning the business environment. Unit-III Politico legal Environment rationale and extent of State Intervention, Public Sector in India; Privatization Prominent features of MRTP, FEMA, EXIM in the light of Liberalization. Unit-IV SEBI guidelines relating to Capital Issues; Socio-cultural Environment and its impact on business operations. The impact of technology on Business import of technology. Unit-V Economic Environment; New Economic Policies; Main features of Economic planning with respect to business industrial Policy in light of liberalization; Emergence of globalization, Implications for India; Social responsibility of Business; Business and Environmental Issues in Indian Context.

22 Note: Teaching Pedagogy besides classroom teaching will essentially include simulation, case studies, role plays and games. Teaching-Learning Process will involve 20% input from those who have demonstrated excellence in the area i.e. Practioner s view will be incorporated. A minimum of two cases or articles or a combination of these shall also be introduced to the students for imparting practical knowledge about the course. Reference Books and Suggested Readings: The Ethics of Management, Larue Tonbe Hosmer, Richard D. Irwin Inc Ethics in Management S.A. Sherlekar Himalaya Publishing House Business Ethics Murthy C.V Himalaya Publishing House Essentials of Business Environment Aswathapa, Himalaya Publishing House

23 Syllabus MBA -Human Resources Management (HRM) For the academic year II-Semester Course No. MHRM-202 Contact Hrs/Week: 4Hrs Course Title: Financial Management Credits: 04 Maximum Marks: 100 Duration of Examination: 3 Hrs Objective The objective of this course is designed to acquaint students about the basics of financial management. This course will help them in developing an understanding about the various aspects of financial decisions and their impact on other functional areas of management. Unit-I Introduction Concept, scope, classification and organization of finance function. Objectives of Financial Management- Profit maximization vs. Wealth maximization. Time value of money. Cost of capital: Cost of Equity, Preference Shares, Debt and weighted average cost of capital. Unit-II Investment decision Capital Budgeting Nature and concept of Capital Budgeting. Techniques of Capital Budgeting Traditional and Discounted Cash Flow (DFC). Working Capital Management: Concept of working capital, Factors affecting working capital requirement. Computation of average working capital requirements. Unit-III Sources of Finance Financing Fixed Assets- (Long Term Sources) Shares, Debentures / Bonds, financial service leasing, Hire purchase Venture capital Financing Current Assets- (Short-term Sources): Public Deposits Financing through Bank (CC limit / OD LOC and Commercial papers, and Factoring

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