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  1. 1. ACADEMIC REGULATION & SYLLABUS PGDM (Regular 2 Year Trimester System Program) 2ND YEAR (2012-2013) Department of Management StudiesRegional College of Management (Autonomous)
  2. 2. REGULATIONS FOR PGDM PROGRAMME1.0 Duration of Curriculum and Calendar. 1.1 The 2nd Year of PGDM Programme is divided into three trimesters. Fourth trimester ordinarily commences in July and ends in October. Fifth trimester commences in November and ends in January. Sixth trimester commences in February and ends in April. 1.2 Each year, the institute/Institute shall draw a non-negotiable Academic Calendar and the same shall be strictly adhered to. Second year Academic Calendars shall be made available during registration for fourth trimester. 1.3 The Curriculum and Syllabus shall be modified with approval of Academic Council positively once in every two years to keep the same up-to-date. However, minor modifications can be done as and when necessary with the approval of the Chairman Academic Council. The modification so done shall be placed in the immediate next Academic Council Meeting for ratification.2.0 Eligibility for Admission into 2nd Year. 2.1 A candidate is eligible for registration into the 2nd year provided he/she has registered and appeared all the papers in the Mid-term & End Term tests in the 1st year and has secured a minimum CGPA of 4.5.3.0 Subject-wise Registration and Eligibility to Appear at Examinations. 3.1 All Registered Students of the Institute have to register for each of the subject they are required to study and appear at examination before commencement of a trimester. A student has to apply to the Department of Management Studies in a specified format for subject-wise registration for the term. The same will be scrutinized and registration confirmation will be given to each student. 3.2 Registration for Electives: In the second year students are required to register for subjects in the elective areas as per the schedule drawn for the programme. No subject in the elective area will be allowed for registration if there are less that fifteen students opting for the particular elective subject. Similarly no combination in the elective area will be allowed for registration if there are less that fifteen students opting for the particular combination of elective subjects. (Combination Table- Annexure-1) 3.3 A student who has been promoted with back log (XP) shall first register his present trimester subjects and thereafter register his back log papers of the previous year for the corresponding trimester. 3.4 A student shall be eligible to appear in an examination provided he/she pursues a regular course of study and attends at least 75% of classes in each theoretical and practical subjects, held during academic calendar of the trimester. The attendance shall be considered from the date of start of the class in a particular trimester. The schedule of classes will be notified through a time table before the beginning of classes in the Trimester. 3.5 Concessions: A student who has been absent for short periods due to participation in cultural, sports, other academic/official assignments in the interest of the Institute/University/government with prior written permission of the Head of the Institute shall be permitted a maximum of additional concession of 10% in attendance and would be eligible for appearing in examination with a minimum of 65% of attendance in a trimester. No students shall be allowed to appear End Trimester Examination with shortage of attendance below 65% in any of the registered subject. 3.6 A student who has been absent on medical ground may be allowed to appear at examination provided he/she has attended at least 65% of classes and (i) a medical board and (ii) the Director has recommended for such relaxation. 2
  3. 3. 3.7 A student shall be admitted to examination in a subject only if he/she has registered for that subject, paid necessary registration and examination fee in the beginning of the trimester. 3.8 A candidate shall be allowed in an examination only after he/she is issued an Admit Card for the relevant examination by the department.4.0 Grading System: 4.1 A letter grading system shall be followed in the Department. The Grading System shall be as described below: A Seven Point grading system of base of 10 shall be followed. Categorization of the grades and their correlation shall be as under. Qualification Grade Score on 100 Percentage Points Point Outstanding ‘O’ 90 & above upto 100 10 Excellent ‘E’ 80 & above but less than 90 9 Very Good ‘A’ 70 & above but less than 80 8 Good ‘B’ 60 and above but less than 70 7 Fair ‘C’ 50 & above but less than 60 6 Pass ‘D’ 37 & above but less than 50 5 Failed ‘F’ Below 37 2 NB: Grade D shall be Pass Grade for theory and Grade C shall be pass grade for other items such as lab etc.4.2 A student’s level of competence shall be categorized by a GRADE POINT AVERAGE to be specified as: TGPA - Trimester grade point average. CGPA - Cumulative grade point average.4.3 Definition of terms: a) POINT - Integer corresponding to each letter grade. b) CREDIT - Integer signifying the relative emphasis of individual course item(s) in a trimester as indicated by the Course structure and syllabus. c) CREDIT POINT - (b) X (a) for each course item. d) CREDIT INDEX - Σ CREDIT POINT of course items in a trimester. e) GRADE POINT - Credit Index AVERAGE Σ CREDITS TRIMESTER GRADE POINT AVERAGE (TGPA) TGPA = CREDIT INDEX for a trimester Σ CREDITS CUMULATIVE GRADE POINT AVERAGE (CGPA) CGPA = Σ CRIDIT INDEX of all previous trimesters upto a trimester Σ CREDITS of all previous trimesters 3
  4. 4. 5.0 Rules for Examinations5.1 The PGDM program shall consist of following items. 1. Theory (Mid & End term tests) 2. Practical/Laboratory (including Personality Growth Lab) 3. Project (Summer Internship & Dissertation) 4. Seminar The schedule for these items along with their credit points for each trimester shall be as per rules approved by Academic Council from time to time.5.2 At the end of each trimester, there shall be an examination (herein after called End-term examination) conducted by the Examination Section of the Institute.5.3 A candidate securing ‘F’ grade in an examination has to re-register for the same and appear at the End-term examination of subsequent years in the corresponding trimesters.5.4 There shall be Repeat examinations after the publication of the results of a particular trimester for those students who have secured grade ‘F’ in subjects of the said trimester to register for the same and clear a failed subject(s). However there shall be a Special examination at the end of 2nd Year PGDM Programme. Students who have secured grade ‘F’ in any paper after appearing the regular or repeat examinations may avail this opportunity to clear a failed subject(s). However, no student shall be allowed to appear at Institute end-term examination/repeat examinations/special examination with shortage of attendance below 65% in any of the registered subject.5.5 Evaluation of Theory Papers The performance of a candidate in a theory subject shall be evaluated based on following components: a. Mid-Term examinations 60 points b. End term examination 40 points Mid-Term Examinations: Case Analysis 20 points News Analysis 10 points Surprise Test/Short Tests 10 points Assignments 05 points Mid-Term Class Test 10 points Class Participation / Attendance 05 points End Term Examination: Objective Type 25% Subject Theoretical 50% News Analysis 12.5% Case Study 12.5% The mid-term question paper shall consist of objective type and short essay type questions. The subject Faculty shall evaluate the same, show the evaluated answer paper to the students and discuss the test problems in the class. The Institute shall maintain all records at least for one year for inspection by the competent authority. 4
  5. 5. 5.6 Evaluation of Summer Internship (During 4th Trimester) A summer Internship will be evaluated based on following parameters: • Understanding of the project, its scope and dimensions 10 points • Analysis and its relation to literature 20 points • Interpretation of results and recommendations 20 points • Quality of Report 10 points • Viva Voce 40 points 100 points Evaluation will be done by a Committee at the Institute level. The Chairman of the Committee shall submit a copy of the score to the Dean and the Dean shall forward the score to the Examination section within the prescribed date.5.7 Evaluation of Dissertation (During 6th Trimester) (a) Evaluation will be done on following points. Understanding the relevance, scope and dimension of the project 10 points Relation to literature/application 10 points Methodology 10 points Quality of Analysis and Results 20 points Interpretations and Conclusions 10 points Viva Voce 40points 100 points (b) The topics of the Dissertation shall be selected by members of faculty and assigned to individual students. (c) The evaluation of Dissertation presentation and viva-voce shall be carried out by a committee comprising the guide and external expert drawn from industry (not below the rank of Manager) or academy (not below the rank of Asst. Professor/Asso. Professor/ Reader). (d) Minimum score for a Pass in Project item is 50 percentage points. (e) The Committee shall submit the score within the prescribed date to the Dean who shall forward it to the Examination Section.5.8 Evaluation of Laboratory Works A Laboratory paper shall have minimum of 5 to a maximum of 10 assignments/ experiments. Each Assignment shall have equal percentage points. The Faculty concerned shall evaluate each such assignment/experiment based on quality of result, report and general understanding. On completion of each assignment/experiment, the evaluation shall be done. The score of the student will be sent to the Examination section. Minimum score for a Pass in Laboratory work shall be 50 percentage points. The concerned Faculty shall maintain such records for a period of one year for surprise checks by the competent authority. 5
  6. 6. 5.9. Evaluation Responsibility a) The Faculty members imparting instruction is solely responsible for evaluation of Class Tests and Practical works. He /She is also responsible for maintaining all records to justify his/her evaluation scheme and score thereof. b) The score assigned by a faculty member is final. However, if the Director/Dean is convinced that the scores assigned by a Faculty is biased, he/she shall appoint a committee where that Faculty concerned will be a member for review. The decision of the committee shall be final and binding. The decision with revised score shall be sent to the Examination Section for necessary action. c) The department is responsible for sending all the marks/grades of the mid-term tests and practical/Lab assignments/summer project/seminar and dissertation Viva-voce to the examination section within the stipulated time5.10 Pass in a Subject item A candidate shall be pass (clear) a subject if a) In a Theory Paper, he/she has secured a minimum of 37 percentage points taking the end term and mid-term tests together. However, he/she should have secured minimum of 18 marks in the End Term Test of that particular paper. In other words, even if a candidate secures Zero (0) in any paper in the Mid Term Test but secures minimum 37 percentage points in End Term test alone, he/she shall be declared pass in the paper. b) In a Practical / Laboratory Paper / Viva-Voce, he/she has to secure minimum of 50 percentage Points.6.0 Promotion and Qualification for Degree a) In order to pass the PGDM program a candidate must secure at least Pass Grade with a minimum of CGPA of 5. Further, he/she must have fulfilled the academic requirements to be eligible for award of the degree.6.2 Promotion from the 1st Year to 2nd Year. a) A candidate shall be promoted to the 2nd year provided he/she has registered and appeared all the papers in the Mid-term and End Term tests in the first year and has secured a minimum CGPA of 4.5. b) The candidate clearing every paper of the registered course of the academic year shall be marked “P”. c) The candidate with backlog papers will be marked “XP”. d) The candidate with CGPA less than 4.5 shall not be promoted to the next year and hence marked “X”.6.3 A candidate, who has failed to get promotion to the 2nd year in view of ineligibility as indicated above, can re- register in the 1st year of the PGDM program afresh in failed subjects of respective trimesters in subsequent years, but he/she has to complete the PGDM program within the stipulated period of 4 years.6.4 Once such a candidate clears all his first year papers and obtains eligibility to go to the second year, he/she shall be allowed to register for the 4th trimester subjects of the 2nd year like a regular student of the 2nd year, and will be allowed to continue as a 2nd year student. However, such a student has to complete his PGDM course within 4 years of his/her taking admission the first time in the first year.6.5 The mid-term test marks obtained in the first attempt will be accepted for final computation of marks for declaration of result, even though the candidate reregisters in the concerned subjects in the subsequent years.6.6 A candidate shall be eligible for promotion to the next higher year if he/she satisfies the conditions laid down under the rules formulated by the Academic Council from time to time. 6
  7. 7. 6.7 The overall performance of a successful candidate for the award of a degree shall be based on the combined results of all the examinations of the PGDM program.6.8 A candidate’s level of competence shall be categorized in accordance with the Cumulative Grade Point Average.6.9 Degree requirements: A candidate shall be eligible to be admitted to the Master of Business Administration (PGDM) degree of the Institute provided he/she • has cleared the minimum prescribed credit requirements with minimum of Pass grade in each Theory subject and C Grade for other subject items, • has secured minimum CGPA of 5.00 or above, • has no disciplinary or court cases relating to Institute matters pending against him/her, • has not been convicted for any cognizable offence.6.9 Program Design: The two year PGDM program shall carry a minimum credit point or 141 for award of degree. The detailed break-up is mentioned below: a. There shall be 24 core (compulsory) papers of 3 credits each in the 1st and 2nd years. b. There shall be 1 core (compulsory) paper of 2 credits in the 2nd year. c. There shall be 2 core (compulsory) papers of 1.5 credits in the 2nd year. d. There shall be 1 core (compulsory) papers of 1 credits in the 2nd years. e. There shall be 12 core elective papers of 3 credits each in the 2nd year. f. There shall be 4 compulsory lab courses of 2 credits each. g. There shall be 1 communication for employment lab course of 5 credits in the 1st year. h. The summer internship training program of 6 to 8 weeks duration shall carry 5 credit points. This shall be evaluated in the 4th trimester, and the marks shall be intimated to the Examination Section by the department. i. There shall be a seminar presentation during 4th trimester carrying 4 credit points. j. There shall be a dissertation during the 6th trimester carrying 5 credit points (3 credit points for written report and 2 credit points for oral presentation and viva-voce).6.10 Credit Requirement for the Degree: Credit Requirements for the Degree shall be Minimum of the following Subject items shall constitute the total credit requirements. Subject Items Credits Minimum • Environment (economic, business, social and cultural) related subjects. 15 • Qualitative and Quantitative Techniques Oriented Subjects 12 • Core Professional Subjects 59 • Core Elective Subjects 36 • Communication for Employment 5 • Summer Project 5 • Seminar presentation 4 5 • Dissertation Total 141 7
  8. 8. 7.0 Award of Degree The degree certificate and the mark sheet shall be awarded to the successful candidates by the Institute. The degree shall be a general PGDM degree. It will not mention any specialization. The transcript showing the subjects cleared shall show the focus of the candidate.8.0 Time of completion of the course: A candidate can complete the regular 2 years PGDM program within a maximum period of 4 (Four) Years. If he/she fails to clear the program within this period, his/her name shall be deemed to have been struck off from the register of the Institute.9.0 Time Table for Instruction: The PGDM department will prepare Time table for the subjects (Theory and Practical) being offered in a trimester before the course wise registration of students to that trimester. The time table must also mention the Faculty who is handling a subject. If the subject is handled in more than one section, the names of the Faculties handling all the sections should be given. NB: The Institute follows a Zero-Tolerance Policy on raging. Any such form of activities indulged by the students amounting to the raging attracts exemplary disciplinary action as per Institute/AICTE guidelines. Sd/- Director & Chairman, Academic Council 8
  9. 9. DETAIL SYLLABUS FOR 2ND YEAR PGDM PROGRAMME 4th TrimesterCode Theory CreditPGDS-401 Summer Internship Project Presentation 5.0PGDC-401 Logistics and Supply Chain Management 1.5PGDL- 401 Managerial Skill Development 1.5 Elective-I 3.0 Elective Group-A Elective-II 3.0 Elective-III 3.0 Elective-IV 3.0 Elective Group-B Elective-I 3.0 Elective-II 3.0 Total 26 5th TrimesterCode Theory CreditPGDS-501 Seminar Presentation 4.0PGDC-501 Ethics, Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility 2.0PGDC-502 Spirituality Management 1.0 Elective-V 3.0 Elective Group-A Elective-VI 3.0 Elective-VII 3.0 Elective-VIII 3.0 Elective Group-B Elective-III 3.0 Elective-IV 3.0 Total 25 6th TrimesterCode Theory CreditPGDS-601 Dissertation 5.0 Total 5.0TOTAL CREDIT (1st Year PGDM) 85TOTAL CREDIT (2nd Year PGDM) 56GRAND TOTAL CREDIT (PGDM) 141 9
  10. 10. ELECTIVES 1. MARKETING MANAGEMENTCODE 4TH TRIMESTER CODE 5TH TRIMESTERPGDE-411 Consumer Behavior PGDE-511 Product and Brand ManagementPGDE-412 Advertising Management PGDE-512 Service MarketingPGDE-413 Sales and Distribution Management PGDE-513 Strategic MarketingPGDE-414 Retail Marketing PGDE-514 International MarketingPGDE-415 Rural Marketing PGDE-515 Customer Relationship Management 2. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTCODE 4TH TRIMESTER CODE 5TH TRIMESTERPGDE-421 Corporate Finance PGDE-521 Financial DerivativePGDE-422 Financial Services PGDE-522 Micro Finance & Rural BankingPGDE-423 Security Analysis & Portfolio PGDE-523 Business valuation & Financial ModelingPGDE-424 Management Finance International PGDE-524 Corporate RestructuringPGDE-425 Financial Planning & Wealth PGDE-525 Project Planning & Control Management 3. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTCODE 4TH TRIMESTER CODE 5TH TRIMESTERPGDE-431 Industrial Relations PGDE-531 Recruitment and SelectionPGDE-432 Labour Laws PGDE-532 Human Resource DevelopmentPGDE-433 Compensation Management PGDE-533 Organisation Change & DevelopmentPGDE-434 Human Resource Planning PGDE-534 Strategic & International HRMPGDE-435 Performance management PGDE-535 Talent Management 4. INFORMATION SYSTEMCODE 4TH TRIMESTER CODE 5TH TRIMESTERPGDE-441 RDBMS PGDE-541 Enterprise Resource PlanningPGDE-442 Software Management PGDE-542 E-BusinessPGDE-443 Business Functions & Process PGDE-543 Object oriented program with JavaPGDE-444 Computer Aided Management PGDE-544 Information Security & Cyber LawPGDE-445 Business Data Communications & PGDE-545 Business Modeling and Simulation Networking 5. OPERATIONS MANAGEMENTCODE 4TH TRIMESTER CODE 5TH TRIMESTERPGDE-451 Technology Management PGDE-551 Service Operations ManagementPGDE-452 Project Management PGDE-552 Logistics ManagementPGDE-453 Materials Management PGDE-553 Six SigmaPGDE-454 Supply Chain Management PGDE-554 Innovation and R&D ManagementPGDE-455 Total Quality Management PGDE-555 Management of Physical Assets 6. BANKING MANAGEMENTCODE 4TH TRIMESTER CODE 5TH TRIMESTERPGDE-461 Monetary & Fiscal Policy System in India PGDE-561 Corporate BankingPGDE-462 Accounting & Finance for Bankers PGDE-562 Foreign Exchange & Financing of international TradePGDE-463 Legal and Regulatory Aspects of PGDE-563 Treasury Management & ALMPGDE-464 Banking Rural Banking PGDE-564 Credit Analysis & NPA ManagementPGDE-465 Retail Banking & Marketing of Financial Products PGDE-565 Customer Service Management in BankN.B: 1. A student will have to opt for total number of twelve elective papers in 4th and 5th trimester taken together from all the groups. 2. A student will have to select four papers from any one of the elective groups (i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6) and two papers from other groups in each 4th and 5th trimester. The combinations are represented in the matrix form for the more clarification. 10
  11. 11. COMBINATION MATRIX COMBINATION - 1 COMBINATION - 2 Four elective papers Two elective papers Four elective papers Two elective papers out of 5 papers Out of rest 5 groups out of 5 papers Out of rest 5 groups 2. Finance 1. Marketing 3. HRM 3. HRM 1. Marketing 4. IT 2. Finance 4. IT 5. OM 5. OM 6. BM 6. BM COMBINATION - 3 COMBINATION - 4 Four elective papers Two elective papers Four elective papers Two elective papers out of 5 papers Out of rest 5 groups out of 5 papers Out of rest 5 groups 1. Marketing 1. Marketing 2. Finance 2. Finance 3. HRM 4. IT 4. IT 3. HRM 5. OM 5. OM 6. BM 6. BM COMBINATION - 5 COMBINATION - 6 Four elective papers Two elective papers Four elective papers Two elective papers out of 5 papers Out of rest 5 groups out of 5 papers Out of rest 5 groups 1. Marketing 1. Marketing 2. Finance 2. Finance 5. OM 3. HRM 6. BM 3. HRM 4. IT 4. IT 6. BM 5. OMExample: If a student selects four papers from group 1 (i.e. marketing), then he/she will have to select twopapers from any other groups (other than group 1 i.e. marketing) in each of the 4th and 5th trimesters. 11
  12. 12. CORE PAPERS 12
  13. 13. 4TH TRIMESTERPGDC - 401: LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (1.5 Credit)Course Objectives: SCM is an applied paper that tries to integrate the cross-discipline needs of marketing as well asoperations students. SCM is a key functional focus area in industry today. The course aims at making studentsappreciate the importance of SCM modern business - Understanding the nature of supply chain, its functions and SupplyChain systems, Learn the function and role of Warehousing and Distribution centers, Knowledge related of selection ofchannel partners and transportation options including in global scenario and Contemporary techniques like Role of IT insupply chain, 3 Pl and 4 PL.Course Contents:Concept of Supply Chain, Decision phases in a Supply Chain, Process view of a Supply Chain, Logistic Management,Logistical Activities; Marketing and logistic interface, Customer requirements analysis, Aligning supply chain to customerneeds: Quick response logistics, Importance of logistics/Supply chain customer service, Cross docking, PackagingInnovations, Third Party and fourth party Logistic and Service concepts and applications.; The Strategic logistics plan,The changing Logistic Environment, Formulating Logistics Strategies, designing Logistic system.Logistics Network design, Information flow for logistics, Managing Material flow and Transportation, InventoryManagement, Warehousing, Material handling and Packaging; Logistics/Supply chain network Planning, Major locationaldéterminants, design of Channel of distribution, Physical Distribution Management ; Logistic Cost, Customer ProfitabilityAnalysis, Logistic performance measurement.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. K Shridhar Bhat – Logistics and Supplychain Management, HPH 2. Jeremy F. Shapiro: Modelling The Supply Chain,, Cengage Learning. 3. Sahah : Supply Chain Management : Pearson 4. Bozarth-Introduction to operations and Supply Chain Management-Pearson 5. Upendra Kachru: Exploring the Supply Chain theory and practice, ExcelPGDL - 401: MANAGERIAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT (1.5 Credit)Course Objectives: By the end of the course students will be able to perform effectively in Group discussions andpersonal interviews, prepare with better focus for a job exhibiting favourable etiquettes.Course Contents:Group Discussion: Definition of Group Discussion, Prerequisites of Group Discussion, Benefits in Group Discussion,Salient Features of Group Discussion, Do’s and Don’ts in Group Discussion, Important Points in Group Discussion.Accept Criticism.; Mock GD’s; Interview Preparation and Techniques: Importance of interview preparation, How toprepare for your interview, During the interview, Types of interview questions, Differentiating yourself from thecompetition, Facing Interviews: Job Interviews, Business Interviews and Press Interviews; General and Area wise MockInterviewsCorporate Etiquettes: Importance of Etiquettes, Three Basics of Etiquettes: Respect, Kindness and Integrity, CorporateEtiquettes Essentials: Professionalism, Telephone Etiquettes, Workplace Etiquettes: Sound, Scent and Sight. GroomingEtiquettes: Appearance and Dress Code. Dining Etiquettes: Table Manners, Company Analysis, Report preparation,Student Presentations, Seminar on Dinning & Corporate Etiquettes. 13
  14. 14. 5TH TRIMESTERPGDC - 502: ETHICS, CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (2.0 Credit)Course Objectives: To educate the students with value driven teachings of great masters, Kindle the spirit of selfdiscipline in the light of spiritual directions so as to govern in righteous way. To spread the awareness about the Ethicalpractices and its’ benefits to individual, Organisation, Association, Social, & Global level, Corporate Governance of rights& responsibilities of the Stakeholders, Discharging the responsibility to address Global Poverty, Global Food Security,Human Rights, Climate Change & Poverty through CSRCourse Contents:What is Ethics?, Why does it matter?, Difference between Ethics & Moral, Process of practicing and monitoring EthicalPractices in an organisation, Relevance of Ethics in Governance, Ethical relativism & subjectivism, Business Ethics inchanging EnvironmentWhat is Corporate Governance?, Analysis of Environmental forces and Stakeholders, Role of CEOs in Stakeholderanalysis. NFCG(National Foundation for Corporate Goveranance, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of IndiaGuidelines), National Voluntary Guidance on Social Environmental and Economic responsibilities of Businees by NFCG,GOI, Role of MCA(Ministry of Corporate affairs, GOI & State Government), CII (Confederation of Indian Industry), ICAI(Institute of Chartered Accountants of India), ICSI (Institute of Company Secretaries of India), ICWAI(Institute of Cost &Works Accountants of India), NSC( National Stock Exchange of India Ltd)Concepts of CSR, Its implementation, CSR Voluntary guidelines 2009 by Ministry of Corporate affairs GOI, UNCED(TheUnited Nations Conference on Environment & development-EARTH SUMMIT (Global Poverty, Global Food Security,Human Rights, Climate Change & Poverty)Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Business Ethics: by CSV Murthy (Magraw HILL Co. publication) 2. Corporate Governance” by A C Fernands, (Person publication) 3. Business Ethics & Corporate Governance” by R K Sharma, Punit Goel, Pooja Bhagwan (Kalyani Publication)PGDC - 501: SPIRITUALITY MANAGEMENT (1.0 Credit)Course Objectives: The primary objective will be to learn how to better relate one’s spiritual values with the demands ofwork—whether you are self-employed, work for a large or small company or are in a non-profit organization, volunteeryour time or work at home.Course Contents:What is spiritualism?, Its’ relation with human life, How spiritualism influence human behavior in supporting the work lifebalance along with profit maximization in an organizational setup. Basic principles of grooming adding value to humanbehavior, bringing discipline in day-today activities through spiritual teachings of great masters of different faiths,(Sreemad Bhagavat Gita, Holy Bible, Holy Quran, Buddhism, Sikhism etc.), Practice of Work Ethics - -Purusharth(Karma Yoga- Karma, Dharma, Artha & Moksha)Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussedSuggested Books: 1. “Percepts for practice” - by Swami Shivananda 2. ”Sreemad Bhagavat Gita” by Swami Chinmayananda 3. ”Call of the Nation” by Swami Vivekananda 4. “Holy Bible – Old & New Tesaments” 5. ”Kashful Mahjoob” by Reynold A. Nicholson 6. “Buddhism for beginners” by Thuberton Chodron (Amazon publishers) 14
  15. 15. ELLECTIVE PAPERS 4th TRIMESTER 15
  16. 16. 1. MARKETING MANAGEMENTPGDE - 411: CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: This course particularly designed to help the students to know the buyers’ motivation, and behaviour(pre-purchase, purchase and post purchase), impact of social and cultural variables on consumption decisions equippedwith frameworks to analyze consumers behaviour and use them in designing marketing strategies and in enhancing theeffectiveness of marketing programmes.Course Contents:Basics of Consumer Behaviour: Nature and scope of consumer behavior, the application of consumer behavior principlesto strategic marketing, Consumer Decision Making: four views of consumer decision making, Consumer Decision Makingprocess, Comprehensive models of consumer decision making- Nicosia Model, Howard-Sheth model, Engel-Kollat-Blackwell model Sheth’s Family decision making model. Individual determinants of Consumer Behaviour: UnderstandingConsumer Motivation, Personality and Self Concept, Perception, Attitudes, Learning, memory & behaviour modification.Group influence on Consumer Behaviour: The influence of Culture & sub culture, Social Class, Lifestyle profiles of thesocial class, reference group and family, Family life Cycle (FLC), Consumer Opinion Leadership Process. Diffusion ofInnovations: Innovation as a concept, The diffusion process, the adoption process, A profile of the consumer innovator,Consumer Research. Industrial Organizational Buying Behavior: Buying decisions involved in industrial buying process-Factors influencing Industrial Organizational buying behavior – Stages of Industrial Organizational buying process.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Leon G. Schiff man & Leslie Lazar Kanuk: Consumer Behavior, Pearson 2. Loudon & Della Bitta, Consumer Behavior, Tata McGraw Hill 3. Blackwell - Consumer Behaviour, Cengage Learning. 4. Suja R. Nair Himalaya Publishing House 5. Batra & Kazmi, Consumer Behavior, Excel Books.PGDE - 412: ADVERTISING MANAGEMENT (3.0 Credit)Course Objectives: It exposes the students to the principles and practice of advertising and sales promotion, developsconceptual clarity and provides analytical application skill of advertising and sales promotion as an IMC Perspective.Course Contents:Advertising: Role of advertising in a developing economy- a critical appraisal, functions and types of advertisement,Ethics & Social Responsibility in Advertising; Advertising Functions: advertising department, Advertising Agency and roleof advertisement manager. Client agency relationship, Advertising budget – methods. Concepts on AIDA and DAGMAR.Ad Strategies: Media Strategy: Characteristics, media selection, media scheduling, advertising research MessageStrategy: Copy, Visual, Layout, Creation and production in advertising. Advertising Campaign Planning; Advertisingeffectiveness: Pre-testing, post testing, experimental designs. Measuring advertising effectiveness; Sales Promotion:Consumer Promotion, Trade Promotion, Sales Force Promotion: Recent Trends.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Shah,D’Souza: Advertising and Promotion-An IMC Perspective, TMH. 2. Batra, Mayer and Aakar: Advertising Management, Pearson Education. 3. Jethwaney, Jain: Advertising Management, OXFORD. 4. Chunawalla and Sethia - Advertising Management, Himalay Pub. House. 5. Murty, Bhojana - Advertising-An IMC Perspective, Excel Books. 16
  17. 17. PGDE - 413: SALES AND DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: This course will offer in-depth exploration of concepts and practices in the fields of salesmanagement and channel management. The perspective will be effective managerial decision making in these area.Course ContentsIntroduction to Sales Management - Nature, Role and Importance. Personal Selling-Industrial Selling, Retail selling andService selling .Sales Management Process. Selling Process. Selling skills and Strategies. The Sales Organization.Emerging trends in Sales management; Management of Sales Territory- Management of Sales Territory-Designing Salesterritory, Beat planning- routing and scheduling, Determining the size of sales force and allocating sales territories. SalesQuota, Sales forecasting, Sales Budget and Budgeting procedures, Controlling the selling effort-Sales volume and Costanalysis.Management of Sales Force: Recruitment and selection of Sales Force, Training the Sales Force, Sales ForceMotivation, Sales Meetings and Contests, Compensating Sales Personnel, Evaluation and Supervising Sales Personnel,Sales Force Automation; Distribution: Design of Distribution Channel, Management of Channels (Co-operation, Conflictand Competition, Wholesaling, Retailing. Channel Evaluation-Channel Profitability Analysis-ROI; Physical Distribution-Objectives, Order Processing, Warehousing, Inventory, Transportation. Tackling Competition-Merchandising and selfSpace acquisition. Emerging trends in Distribution: Supply Chain management.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Panda & Sahdev - Sales and Distribution Management, Oxford University Press 2. Havaldar & Cavale – Sales and Distribution Management, TMH 3. Acharya and Govekar - Marketing and Sales Management, Bombay: Himalaya Publishing House. 4. Still, Cundiff & Govoni - Sales Management: Decision Strategies & Cases, Pearson 5. Rosenbloom - Marketing Channels, Cengage LearningPGDE - 414: RETAIL MARKETING (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: The course is designed to focus on the perspectives of manufacturers on retailers andunderstanding of retail business. It is further aimed at throwing more lighten the practice of retailing for the students.Course Contents:An introduction to the Retailing System, Retailing definition structure, different formats; Franchising, Direct Marketing /Direct Selling - Exclusive shops - Destination stores - Chain Stores - Discount Stores and other current and emergingformats - Issues and options; Concepts in retailing - Retailing mix; Retail Marketing Environment & Retail ConsumerBehaviour: Social forces - Economic forces - Technological force – competitive forces, Consumer purchase behaviour -Cultural and social group influence on consumer purchase behavior; Merchandise Management: Managing MerchandiseManagement Process; Merchandise Management Process Overview, Forecasting Sales, Developing an AssortmentPlan, Setting Inventory and product availability levels; Merchandise Planning Systems: Staple Merchandise Management Systems, Fashion Merchandise ManagementSystems, Open – to- Buy System, Allocating Merchandise to stores, Analyzing Merchandise Management Performance;Buying Merchandise: Brand Alternatives, Buying National Brand Merchandise, Buying private level Merchandise,Support services for the buying process, Strategic relationships; Retail Pricing: A brief Discussion, Retail CommunicationMix; Supply Chain Management: Warehousing, Wholesaling and market logistics, Role of IT in supply chainmanagement; Retail Equity, Technology in Retailing - Retailing through the Internet, Consumerism & Ethics in retailing,Future of retailing.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Levy, Michael & Barton A. Weitz - Retailing Management, TMH. 2. Gilbert David, Retail Marketing Management, Pearson. 3. Sinha & Uniyal - Managing Retailing, Oxford University Press 4. Dr. Harjit Singh – Retail Management, S. Chand 5. Zikmund - Customer Relationship Management, John Wiley & Sons. 17
  18. 18. PGDE - 415: RURAL MARKETING (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: The objective of this course is to explore the students to the Agriculture and Rural Marketingenvironment so that they can understand consumers and marketing characteristics of the same for understanding andcontributing to the emerging challenges in the upcoming global economic scenario.Course Contents:Concept & scope of rural market, Rural development as a core area, Rural Market: Characteristics, Environmentalfactors; Rural Consumer Behaviour, Rural Consumer Vs Urban Consumers – a comparison, Relevance of Marketing mixfor Rural market/Consumers. Problems in rural market.Segmentation, Targeting & Positioning for rural market, Market forces, components of different Product strategies,Pricing Strategies, Promotional Strategies & Distribution Strategies for Rural consumers; Understanding AgriculturalMarkets, Nature & scope, Objectives of Agricultural Marketing, Agricultural Produces and their market, Major ofGovernment and Non-Govt. Agencies in the development of Rural and Agricultural Sector, Marketing Strategies forSeed, Fertilizers, Pesticides, Farm equipment; Special topics-Inclusive growth: e-Choupal, Hariyali KisaanBazaar (HKB), Project ShaktiCase Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Introduction to Rural Marketing, R.Krisnamoorthy, Himalaya Publishing House 2. Rural Marketing, Pradeep Kashyap & Siddhartha Raut, Biztantr 3. Rural Marketing, Balaram Dogra & Karminder Ghuman, TMH 4. Rural Marketing , C G Krishnamacharyulu, Lalitha Ramakrishnan – Pearson Education 5. Rural Marketing , U.C.Mathur, excel books 2. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTPGDE - 421: CORPORATE FINANCE (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: The purpose of this course is to acquaint the students with the techniques of managing corporatefinance, the current assets and its components.Course contents:Capitalization: Concepts and meaning of capitalization, over capitalization and under capitalization, water capital, Capitalstructure and its theories, Capital budgeting : Meaning and risk analysis of capital budgeting; Concept of working capital,Significance of working capital, determinants of working capital, Operating cycle, Estimation of working capital, risk-return tradeoff of working capital, Working capital policies: Current asset policy and financing policy, working capitalfinancing,Inventory management: meaning, Tools and technique of inventory management, EOQ, various levels of inventory,inventory control (ABC and VED analysis); Receivables management: credit policy variables, evaluation of alternativereceivable policy, collection policy, cost of receivables, Cash management: Meaning, Objectives/Motives of holding cash,Determinants of cash needs & method for determining cash needs (Baumol model & Miller-Orr model).Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. I M Pandey-Financial Management-Vikash 2. Prasanna Chandra- Financial Management-TMH 3. Khan and Jain-Financial Management-TMH 4. Sudhindra Bhatt- Financial Management-E 18
  19. 19. PGDE - 422: FINANCIAL SERVICES (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: To familiarize the students with various financial services rendered to the beneficiaries by agenciesauthorized to render such services.Course contents:Financial Services: Concept, Financial Services, Regulatory Framework, Types of Financial Services, Fund based andNon-fund based. Lease Financing - Meaning, types, leasing vs. Buy Decision. Hire Purchase and installment credit, BillsDiscounting, Concept and details of Factoring, Forfeiting; Issue Management and its procedure:- Initial Public Offer,Book building process, Criteria of price band determination of issue, Role and functions of Merchant bankers.Mutual Funds: Concept, different schemes, advantages, Functions, Mutual fund in India, Participant of mutual fund andRegulation of Mutual Fund; Credit rating – Concept, Importance of Credit rating, Credit rating agencies, Venture Capital -Concept and developments in India..Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Gordon & Natrajan; Financial Markets and Services, Himalaya Publishing House 2. S Gurusamy, Merchant Banking and Financial Services, TMH 3. M.Y. Khan, Financial Services, TMH 4. V. A. Avadhani, Management of Financial Services- HPPGDE - 423: SECURITIES ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: To acquaint the students with the fundamentals investment and the concept of equilibrium in themarket and to provide the various techniques available for minimizing risk and optmising return for a combinationfinancial assetsCourse contents:Fundamentals of Investment , Concepts of Bond- Bond types, valuation and strategies, Stock valuation, InvestmentAnalysis-Fundamental analysis & Technical analysis, Investment Strategy- Equity Management Strategy, EMH: Weakform, semi-strong formand strong form, Introduction to portfolio, diversification;Portfolio risk-Markowitz model, Efficient frontier, optimization-selecting the best portfolio, CAPM Model, SML,CML-relationship with beta, APT; Portfolio Revision, Portfolio rebalancing and Upgrading, mispriced, Portfolio performanceevaluation-sharpe, Trenor, jensen ratios, Fama model , market timing.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Alexander, Sharpe & Bailey, Fundamentals of Investment, PHI 2. Fisher & Jordan, Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, Pearson. 3. P.Chandra, Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, TMH 4. D. K. Khatri- Investment Management and Security Analysis(Text and cases)- 5. V.K. Bhalla, Investment Management, S. ChandPGDE - 424: INTERNATIONAL FINANCE (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: Basis understanding of evolution of International Financial System, Main objectives are to give ananalytical nature and functioning of FOREX markets, determination of exchange rates and interest rates, To define andmeasure FOREX risk and risk management strategies, To explore Long tern source of Fund from International Marketand design financial strategies.Course ContentPre World war 1 classical Gold standard, Post World War II the Breton wood system,(Appt presentation along with USmoves out of Breton wood system and emergence of Floating rate system and in 1999 emergence of European 19
  20. 20. Monetary Union with Euro. Balance of payment- Concepts, Capital Account, Current account Statistical Discrepancy,and Official Reserve Account; Purchase Power Parity, interest rate parity & Covered interest Arbitrage; Real InterestParity, Determinants of Exchange rate -free float, Central Bank & its role.Conceptual overview on FOREX Risk Management, Nature of exposure (Economic, Transaction andtranslation),Hedging the risk- Currency forward, Options, Futures, Swaps, International Source of finance andInternational Investments, Equity Financing (ADR, GDR, AIMS etc); Bond Financing (Fixed & floating rate) – At euromarket, YEN market, Chinese market, Indian Perspective –ECB Guidelines by RBI, International Investing (from IndianPerspective) Cost of capital of a foreign investment, Market expansion and global leadership and mode of financing.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. International Financial Management, PG Apte, Tata Mc-Graw Hill. 2. International Financial Management, V.Sharan, Pearson 3. Madhu Vij, International Financial Management, Excel Books. 4. Option, Futures and other Derivatives: John C Hull. PHIPGDE - 425: FINANCIAL PLANNING AND WEALTH MANAGEMENT (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: To familiarize the students with various theories and practices of financial planning and wealthmanagement.Course contents:Assessment of macroeconomic fundamentals of Indian economy, Financial Planning Process; Planning for investment,Investing in Fixed Income Securities, Retirement Planning, Estate Planning;Wealth management prognosis, Saving investment trends, Managing Risk in Wealth Management, Business Etiquette;Introduction to marketing of financial services, Marketing of mutual fund and portfolio management servicesCase Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested books: 1. Wealth Management-S K Bagchi 2. Wealth Management-suresh Goel 3. Wealth Management-Dun Bradstreet-Tata MC GRAW HILL 4. Financial planning by Uma Dutta-Mohit Publication. 3. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTPGDE - 431: INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS (3.0 Credit)Course Objectives: The objective of this course is to make student to understand industrial relations systems andexpose to the issues involved in maintaining good employee relations. This will develop the understanding of role oftrade union, union-management relationships and the dynamics of employment relationship in its integrated processes.Course Contents:Industrial Relations - Concept, values, scope and objectives, Actors in IR System, Approaches to Industrial relations:Unitary, Pluralistic, Radical and System; Role of Bipartism and Tripartism, Prerequisites for Successful IndustrialRelations, Emerging Trends in Industrial Relations. Trade Unionism - Concept, function and structure, union registrationand recognition, Managerial Unionism, Problems of Trade unions, Present trade unionism in India, Role and Future oftrade UnionsEmployee Discipline – Causes of indiscipline and Procedure of management, Hot Stove Rule, Domestic EnquiryProcess, Grievances management, Model Grievance Settlement Procedure; Industrial Disputes: Concept, types, causes,and procedure for prevention and settlement of disputes. Collective Bargaining - Nature, scope and functions, Stages & 20
  21. 21. Bargaining Process, recent trends in collective bargaining, Workers’ participation in Management: Concept, scope andobjectives, forms and levels of WPM, Workers’ participation in Indian Industries.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Sinha, Sinha, & Shekar, Industrial Relations, Trade union and Labour legislation, Pearson 2. Mamoria and Mamoria, Dynamics of Industrial relations, Himalaya. 3. C.S. Venkata Ratnam, Industrial Relations, Oxford 4. Arun Monappa, Industrial Relations, TMH 5. A M Sharma. Industrial relations, Himalaya Pub 6. K.M.Subramanian Labour Management Relations in IndiaPGDE - 432: LABOUR LAWS (3.0 Credit)Course Objectives: The objectives are to familiarize the students with various labour laws and their impact on Indianindustries; and to stimulate thinking on rationale behind the laws and their enforcement; and to enable the student toappreciate the principles of equity, fairness and natural justice while dealing with employees. It would expose thestudents to a variety of situations that exist in the industrial establishment and to equip them with the necessary tools todeal the situations correctly and effectively.Course Contents:Introduction to Labour Legislation - Concept, need, objectives, scope & classification, principles of labour legislation,Impact of ILO on LL, Constitution and LL, Labour Administrative Machinery in India, Protective Labour Legislations :Factories Act 1948, Mines Act 1952, Orissa Shops and Commercial Establishment Act 1956, Contract Labour(Regulation and Abolition) Act 1970, Cases. Industrial Relations Legislations - Industrial Disputes Act 1947, Trade UnionAct 1926, Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1946, Cases.Wage Legislations - The Minimum Wages Act 1948, The Payment of Wages Act 1936, The Payment of Bonus Act 1965,The Equal Remuneration Act 1976, Cases. Social Security Legislations - Workmen’s Compensation act 1923,Employees State Insurance Act 1948, Employees Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act 1952, MaternityBenefit Act 1961, Payment of Gratuity Act 1972, Cases.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Kapoor N.D, Labour Laws, Sultan chand. 2. Sahoo, Sundaray and Tripathy, Human Relations Legislations, Vrinda Publications 3. A.M. Sharma, Industrial Jurisprudence & Labour Legislation, Himalaya 4. B D Singh, Labour Laws, Excell 5. S.C. Srivastava, Industrial Relation and Labour Laws- Vikash Pubs 6. Mamoria and Mamoria, Dynamics of Industrial relations Himalaya. 7. Sinha, Sinha, & Shekar, Industrial Relations, Trade union and Labour legislation, PearsonPGDE - 433: COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT (3.0 Credit)Course Objectives: The objectives are to promote understanding of issues relating to compensation for humanresources; and to impart skills in designing, analyzing and restructuring reward management systems, policies andstrategies.Course Contents:Introduction to Compensation – Compensation, dimensions, Conceptual Framework and components of Compensationprogramme, Wage vs. Salary; Fringe benefits, Salary Structure, Components, Time rate system, Piece rate System,Wage and salary administration, Payroll Administration. Wages Theories and Wage Determination - Theories of wages:Economic theories, Marginal Productivity theory, Bargaining theory, Equity theory, Tournament Theory, Agency Theory;Job Evaluation: Concept, Scope, Methods and techniques, Wage Survey, Wage Policy in India, Process of wagedetermination in India, Criteria for wage fixation, wage differentials. 21
  22. 22. Legal Framework of Compensation Administration – Definition of wages under various Legislations, The MinimumWages Act 1948, The Payment of Wages Act 1936, The Payment of Bonus Act 1965, The Equal Remuneration Act1976, Machinery for Wage settlement - Wage Boards, Legislations, The Pay Commission, Collective bargaining.Executive Compensation – Components, Contingent pay: Pay for performance; Knowledge based pay system & marketbased pay system, Incentive based pay systems and types of incentive plans, Profit Sharing and Stock Options,Compensation management and impact on job satisfaction, motivation and productivity.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Milkvich & Newman: Compensation – TMH 2. Barry Gerhart, Sara L Rynes, Compensation, Sage 3. Henderson, Compensation Management in a Knowledge Based world- Pearson 4. Sinha P.R.N., Wage Determination in India 5. Martocchio – Strategy Compensation, Pearson. 6. Bergess, Lenard R. – Wage & Salary Administration, London, Charles Evami, 7. Micton , Rock . Hand Book of Wage & Salary Administration, Helen. 8. K.N. Subramarniam, Wages in IndiaPGDE - 434: HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING (3.0 Credit)Course Objectives: The objectives of this course are create a critical appreciation and knowledge for understandingthe determinants of human resource requirements in the organisation; and to develop a conceptual as well as practicalunderstanding of human resource planning, deployment, maintaining HR information, preparing report on HRperformance. To familiarize the students with the information system required for managing HR functions.Course Contents:Human Resource Planning – Concept, importance, objectives Types of HR plan, Dimensions of Human ResourcePlanning, Approaches to Human Resource Planning (Social Demand Approach, Rate of Return Approach andManpower Requirement Approach) Human Resource Planning Process - Methods of demand forecasting and supplyforecasting at micro level, Managing surplus and shortages, Evaluating human resource planning Effectiveness.Career Planning – Career Planning, Career Development, Phases of Career, Problems and solutions of career stages,Succession Planning, Human Resource Information System - Need for HRIS; Different schedules of HRIS; Procedure ofmaintaining HRIS, Computerized HRIS; Human Resources Evaluation: Human Resources Audit, Human ResourceAccounting, Human Resource Reporting, HR Metrics.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Bhatacharya, Dipak Kumar – Human Resource Planning, Excel Books. 2. Belcoourt, Strategic Human Resource Planning, Cengage / Thomson 3. Human Resource Information Systems - Michael J Kavanagh & Mohan Thite 4. Robert D Gatewood, Hubert S Field, Murray Barrick, Human Resource Selection, Cengage 5. Gordon MC Beath, Man Power PlanningPGDE - 435: PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT (3.0 Credit)Course Objectives: The objectives are to provide an in-depth understanding of the role of performancemanagement in developing the human base of the organization. This will help to understand the challengesorganizations face while implementing performance management system.Course Contents:Performance Management – Introduction to Performance Management, nature, scope, importance, Link betweenPerformance Management and Performance Appraisal, Benefits of Performance Management. PerformanceManagement Process - Competency mapping – Concept and Methods, KPAs and KRAs, Performance Planning,Managing, Appraising, Monitoring, Evaluating performance management. 22
  23. 23. Performance Appraisal - Steps in appraising performance, Approaches and Methods of performance appraisal, 360Degree Appraisal, Assessment Centre, Balance Scorecard, HR Scorecard, Obstacles in appraisal, Designing appraisalfor better results, Performance Appraisal interview, Potential Appraisal. Performance Feedback – Performance Reviewand feedback, Analyzing Performance problems, Performance Counseling – Principles and skills for counseling process;competency based Performance Management, Ethics in Performance Management.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Rao , T.V. Performance Management and appraisal systems, Response Books 2. Chadha, Prem., Performance Management, Macmillan, New Delhi 3. A S Kohli, T Deb, Performance Management, Oxford 4. A M Sharma, Performance Management System, Himalaya 5. Sahu R.K., Performance Management System, Excel Books. 6. Srinivas R. Kandula – Performance Mgt., Strategic, Interventions, Drives – PHI 7. Srivastava K. Dinesh, Strategies for Performance Management, Excel Books. 4. INFORMATION SYSTEMPGDE - 441: RELATIONAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (RDBMS) (3.0 Credit)Course Objectives: One of the most popular applications of computers is in the management of large databases. Thefocus of this course is on three aspects of database management systems. One is the appreciation of the databasetechnology. This technology is mature and has been implemented by large number of vendors. The second aspect is themethodology of developing applications that depend on databases. The third aspect is the exposure to developmentenvironments used for database application development. We will use one popular database for illustration: Oracle.Course Contents:Introduction to Database Technology, Physical Data Organization, File Systems Vs. Database Systems, DatabaseLanguages, Database Models: Hierarchical, Network, Relational Model, Database System: Applications, Users,Administrators, Database Design: ER Modeling, Normalization, Functional Dependency etc.SQL: DML, DDL etc; Database Integrity and Security ,Transactions, Concurrent database access; Database Storageand File Structure, Database System Architecture, Application Development Tools, Form based development tools,Report writing tools, Indexing & HashingCase Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Silberschatz, Korth, Sudarshan : Database System Concepts, McGraw Hill Int. 2. Elmasri Navrathe, Somayajulu, Gupta: Fundamentals of Database Systems, Pearson Education 3. C. J. Date: Introduction to Database System 6th Edition, Addison Wesley 4. J. Ullman: Principles of Database Management, Galgotia Publication 5. R. Ramakrishna et al.,: Database Management System, TMHPGDE - 442: SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: The course will enable the students to develop and design the application software which can beused in different functional areas.Course Contents:The Software Engineefring Discipline – Evolution And Impact; Software Life Cycle Models; Classical Waterfall Model;Iterative Watermall Model; Prototyping Model; Software Project Management; Responsibilities Of A Software ProjectManager; Project Planning; Project Estimation Techniques: Empirical Estimation Techniques, Heuristic Techniques,Analytical Estimation Techniques; Empirical Estimation Techniques: ,Risk Management: Risk Identification, RiskAssessment, Risk Containment; Software Requirements Specification (Srs): Contents Of The Srs Document, Functional 23
  24. 24. Requirements, Traceability , Characteristics Of A Good Srs Document; Software Design; Cohesion And Coupling,Classification Of Cohesiveness, Classification Of Coupling.Software Design Approaches: Function‐oriented Design, Object‐oriented Design; Function‐oriented Software Design;Overview Of Sa/Sd Methodology; Structured Analysis; Data Flow Diagrams (Dfds): Primitive Symbols Used ForConstructing Dfds, Some Important Concepts Associated With Designing Dfds; Structured Design: Flow Chart Vs.Structure Chart, Transformation Of A Dfd Model Into A Structure Chart; Software Quality: Coding: Coding Standards AndGuidelines; Code Review: Code Walk‐throughs, Code Inspection; Testing: Verification Vs. Validation, Design Of TestCases; Unit Testing; Black‐box Testing; White‐box Testing; Debugging; Integration Testing; System Testing:Performance Testing; Software Reliability And Quality Management: Software Reliability: Reliability Metrics, StatisticalTestingCase Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Fundamentals of Software Engineering, Mall, Rajib, PHI. 2. Software Engineering ‐ A Practitioner’s Approach , Roger Pressman, TMH 3. Software Engineering, Sommerville, Pearson. 4. Software Project Management, Hughes & Cotterell, TMH 5. Software Engineering Project Management – Edited by Richand H.Theyer ‐ Wiley.PGDE - 443: BUSINESS FUNCTION AND PROCESS (3.0 Credit)Course Objectives: The objective of the course is to familiarize the students with the various concepts of BusinessProcess Management: Business Process Modeling, Business Process Improvement and Business Process Automationand help students develop a strong interest in the relationship between Business and IT. An understanding in BusinessProcess Management helps students to specialize in aligning Business Processes with Strategy, Business Objectivesand IT. This course also provides students with the tools and techniques to perform Process Audits, and be able to pin-point fundamental problems, formulate quick wins and provide innovative and sustainable solutions.Course Contents:Business Process Management: The Conceptual foundation: Understanding business, Functions to Process: Theparadigm shift, process orientation, Business Process identification and mapping, Business Processes in variousfunctional areas; Process visioning, process modeling concepts and benchmarking, Tools and techniques.Business process improvement: Business Process Reengineering, BPR Implementation: Framework, Methodology,Techniques; Business Process Automation: Automation in communication, finance, HR, marketing, on-line marketing,service marketing, retail industry, hotel industry, ROI framework for investment decisions in automation etc., Usage oftools for automation.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Jaiswal Mahadeo & Garg Rajendar K (Ed), Enterprise Systems And Business Process Management: Global Best Practices, Macmillan 2. Gelinas Ulric J (Et Al), Business Processes And Information Technology, Thomson 3. Anupindi Ravi (Et Al), Managing Business Process Flows,Pearson Education. 4. Jayaraman M S, Business Process Reengineering,Tata Mcgraw Hill 5. Dey B R, Business Process Reengineering And Change Management, BiztantraPGDE - 444: COMPUTER AIDED MANAGEMENT (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: The course enables the students about the tools and techniques for decision making process indifferent functional areas of management. 24
  25. 25. Course Contents:Management Support Systems: Introduction, Objective and Characteristics, Collaborative Computing Technologies:Group Support System, Technologies, Data Reviewing Concept and Applications. Decision Support Systems:Introduction to Decision Support Systems, Decisions and Decision Makers, Decision in the Organization, ModelingDecision Processes, Group Decision Support and Groupware Technologies, Designing and Building Decision SupportSystems. Knowledge Management: Concepts, Development Methods, Technologies & Tools, Electronic DocumentManagement, Knowledge ‐ Based Decision Support. Artificial Intelligence (AI): Concept, Definition, AI Vs NaturalIntelligence. Expert System: Concept, Structure, Working, Benefits & Limitations.Knowledge Acquisition & Validation: Scope, Methods, Validation, Verification, Analysing, Coding, Documenting &Diagramming. Knowledge Representation, Inference Techniques. Data Warehousing : Access, Analysis, Mining &Visualization; OLAP & OLTP; Data Mining: What is Data Mining?, Motivating Challenges, The Origins of Data Mining,Data Mining Tasks, Exploring Data: Summary Statistics, Visualization, OLAP and Multidimensional Data Analysis,Classification: Preliminaries, General Approach to Solving a Classification Problem, Decision Tree Induction, ModelOverfitting, Evaluating the Performance of a Classifier, Methods for Comparing Classifiers.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Decision Support System & Intelligent System, Turban, Aronson, Pearson. 2. Business Intelligence: Data Mining And Optimization For Decision Making, Vercellis Carlo , Wiley 3. Introduction To Knowledge Management: Km In Business, Groff Todd R & Jones ThomasPGDE - 445: BUSINESS DATA COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKING (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: The objective of this course is to introduce data communications and computer networking concepts(standards, protocols and technologies) by taking practical approach. The goal is to combine the technical andmanagerial challenges in supporting electronic commerce, virtual teams, intranets, extranets, remote access, Voice OverIP, internetworking over wide area network (WAN) technologies and effectively manage these complex networks.Course Contents:Introduction to Communication Networks – Voice Networks, Data Networks, Integration of Voice, Video and Data,Network Standards and Communication Protocols: TCP/IP, OSI Model; Networking Technologies – LAN, MAN, WAN,VWAN, Backbone Networks, Network Devices, Transmission Media, infrastructure and Technologies, NetworkDesigning, Network Security, Costing and Management; Internet Architecture, Infrastructure, Wireless NetworksCase Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Business Data Communications and Networking, Jerry FitzGerald, Alan Dennis, John Wiely Publications. 2. Behrouz A. Forouzan, “Introduction to Data Communications and Networking”, Fourth Edition, 2007, McGraw- Hill Education (India), New Delhi. 3. Data Communications and Networking, White, Cengage Learning 4. Business Data Communications and Networking, Shelly, Cashman, Serwtka, Thomson Publishing. 5. Wayne Tomasi, “Introduction to Data Communications and Networking”, First Edition, 2005, Pearson Education Inc., New Delhi. 6. Prakash Gupta, “Data Communication and Computer Networks”, 2008, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. 5. OPERATIONS MANAGEMENTPGDE - 451: TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: To develop managers with an international prospective who can manage technology strategically inorder to ensure organizational competitiveness and growth in a dynamics technological and business environment-Understanding and insight into key theoretical and practical approaches to management and applying managerialknowledge within dynamic and competitive environments and Technology life cycle, Technology forecasting and 25
  26. 26. Development, Technology strategy, Evaluation Policy, Technology replacement & Acquisition, absorption & transfer ofTechnology.Course Contents:Scope, components and overview of technology, Technology and society, Technology Impact analysis, Technologypolicy strategy; Science and technology Policy of India, Implications to Industry. Forecasting need, methodology andmethods – trend Analysis, Analogy, Delphi, Soft System Methodology, Mathematical Models, Simulation and SystemDynamics.Methods of analyzing alternate technologies, Techno economic feasibility studies, Need for multi-criteria considerations;implications of “Uruguay Round” and WTO, Bargaining process, Transfer option, MOU, Adopting technology-humaninteraction, Technology productivity, technology absorption and innovation status in India, Need for new outlook,Absorption strategies for acquired technology, Creating new/ improved technologies, Innovations, TechnologyMeasurement, Technology Audit.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. C.V.S. Murthy: “Technology Management” Himalay Publishing House. 2. Management Technology – Treak Khail, Tata McGraw – Hill. 3. Whit, Bruton: The Management of Technology and Innovation: A Strategic Approach, Cengage Learning. 4. Managing Technoligical Innovation – Twiss, B. Pitman. 5. Kathleen R. Allen: Bringing New technology to Market– Prentice Hall IndiaPGDE - 452: PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3.0 Credit)Course Objectives: The basic purpose of this course is to understand the framework for evaluation of capitalexpenditure proposals, their planning and management in the review of the projects undertaken- To provide theparticipants an integrative approach to management of projects including theory, techniques, pitfalls and best practices,To give an understanding of project phases, project planning and project monitoring tools and To develop amongst theparticipants the ability to design and develop a project through its complete life-cycle.Course Contents:Concept of a Project and Project Management , The three goals of a Project, Project Life Cycle Phases; Role andresponsibility of Project managers; Qualities of a Project Manager. Project organization; Team building; Projectformulation and evaluation. Design of project management system; project work system; work breakdown structure,project execution plan, work packaging plan, project procedure manual; project scheduling; bar charts, line of balance(LOB) and Network Techniques (PERT / CPM), Crashing of network: time-cost-trade off, Resource allocation.Planning, Monitoring and Control; Design of monitoring system; Computerized PMIS (Project Management InformationSystem), Coordination; Procedures, Meetings, Control; Scope/Progress control, Performance control, Schedule control,Cost control. Evaluation, Evaluation criteria, measurement, Performance Indicators; Project Audit; Project Audit LifeCycle, Responsibilities of Evaluator/ Auditor.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Nagranjan, “Proejct Appraisal”, New Age Publications. 2. Basant Desai : Project Management : HPH 3. Prasan Chandra, Proejct Management: TMH 4. H. Karzner, “Project Management – A System Approach to Planning, Scheduling and Controlling”, CBS Publishers & Distributors, Delhi. 5. Clements & Gido: Effective Project Management, Cengage Learning 26
  27. 27. PGDE - 453: MATERIALS MANAGEMENT (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: To expose the students to an integrated view of materials management, its functions, the latestconcepts, tools and techniques, and the practices prevalent in various organizations - The concepts and evolution ofmaterials management, The economic justification of investing in materials management related activities, The processof determining how much, from whom and when to buy? and Cost reduction tools available to a materials manager.Course Contents:An Overview; Objectives; Evolution; Strategies; Functions; Profit Making Potential; Costs, Stages; Selective Control;Demand Forecasting; Lead-time; Safety Stock; Fixed Quantity Reorder System; Fixed Period Reorder System; MRP andJIT systems; Multi – item inventory Modelling: Deterministic and Probabilistic joint replacement Policy, Stock out Model.Procurement process; Types of Materials; Important Aspects; Quality; Quantity, Time, Price and Source; Standardizationand Codification; Vendor selection and evaluation, Vendor development; Value Analysis; Make or Buy Decisions;Negotiations; Institutional, Government and International Buying; Capital Equipment Purchases; Warehousing andTransportation, Warehouse Location; Transportation; Receiving, Issuing and Store Keeping. Concept of Spare partsmanagement, Principles and Guidelines for Spare Parts Management.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Gopalakrishna and Sundaresan: “Materials Management”, Tata McGraw Hill. 2. K. Datta, “Materials Management: Procedures, Text and Cases”, Pearson. 3. K. Sridhar bhatt, “Materials Management” HPH. 4. Menon K. S., “Purchasing and Inventory Control”, Wheeler 5. Gupta & Chital – Materials Management; Text & Cases, PHI.PGDE - 454: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: SCM is an applied paper that tries to integrate the cross-discipline needs of marketing as well asoperations students. SCM is a key functional focus area in industry today. The course aims at making studentsappreciate the importance of SCM modern business - Understanding the nature of supply chain, its functions and SupplyChain systems, Learn the function and role of Warehousing and Distribution centers, Knowledge related of selection ofchannel partners and transportation options including in global scenario and Contemporary techniques like Role of IT insupply chain, 3 Pl and 4 PL.Course Contents:Concept of Supply Chain, Decision phases in a Supply Chain, Process view of a Supply Chain, The importance ofSupply Chain flows – Competitative and Supply Chain strategies, Key issues in Supply Chain management, Impact ofSupply Chain Management. Centralized and Decentralized Supply Chains; Supply Chain Management strategy,Customer segmentation, Customer requirements analysis, Importance of Supply chain customer service, VendorManaged Inventory, Cross docking, Packaging Innovations.Warehousing Cost and Logistics Network Design, the Transportation Model ; Framework for network design decisions,design of channel of distribution, the functions performed by distribution chennels ; Performance measure defined,Dimension of performance measures, Overview of performance measurement, performance measurement in supplychain management, supply chain metrics, Benchmarking the supply chain, Reengineering the supply chain, Virtualsupply chain, Flrexibile supply chain, Worldclass supply chain management.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. K Shridhar Bhat – Logistics and Supplychain Management, HPH 2. Jeremy F. Shapiro: Modelling The Supply Chain,, Cengage Learning. 3. Sahah : Supply Chain Management : Pearson 4. Upendra Kachru: Exploring the Supply Chain theory and practice, Excel 5. Sunil Sharma : Supply Chain Management, Oxford 6. Mohanty & Deshmukh : Supply Chain Management: Biztantra. 27
  28. 28. PGDE - 455: TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: This course aims at exposing the students to various facets of quality, its relevance to business andits management- To inculcate the appreciation of the quality philosophy amongst the students and its relevance in themodern business, Be able to select and use basic quality concepts and statistical tools besides being able toeconomically justify the investment in quality related activities and Understand the importance of the employee role inquality implementation and the specific quality problems faced by the Indian industry.Course Contents:Concept and its relevance to business competitiveness, Definition and dimension of quality, Philosophies of Deming,Crosby, Juran, PDCA Cycle, Quality orientation, employee involvement, Developing Quality Culture. Profitability andCost. Quality Function Deployment, House of Quality, Taguchi Method; Principles of Control Charts: Control Charts forattributes and variables, Acceptance Sampling Techniques, Seven basic tools of quality.Evolution of TQM, Components of TQM, TQM implementations, Limitations of TQM. Management tools, Poka Yoke,Force field analysis, FMEA, FTA, DRM and 5S principles, Quality Circle, Suggestion Scheme, Kaizen & ContinuousImprovement, ISO Systems, Certification Schemes, Preparing an Organization for ISO Certification, Bald ridge, TataExcellence and JIPM Award Systems, Role of Consultants; Evolution & process of Bench Marking, Understandingcurrent performance, Types of Bench Marking, Issues in Bench Marking.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Sridhar Bhatt : Total Quality Management : Himalyan Publishing House 2. Kanishka Bedi: Quality Management, Oxford 3. N. Srinivasa Gupta, B. Valarmathi: Total Quality Management, Tata McGraw Hill. 4. Montgomery, D.C, “Introduction to Statistical Quality Control”, John Wiley and Sons, 1996 6. BANKING MANAGEMENTPGDE – 461: MONETARY & FISCAL POLICY SYSTEM IN INDIA (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: Fiscal and monetary policy represent two approaches by which governments attempt to managetheir nations economies. Fiscal policy uses the governments taxation and spending powers to influence the economy,while monetary policy uses interest rates and the money supply to ensure stable economic growth.Course Content:Evolution and Functions of Central Banking: Evolutions of Theory and Practice of Central Banking, Development ofCentral Banks in Developed and Developing countries; Functions of a Central Bank : Banker to Government, Banker toBanks, Monetary policy Functions, Currency Issue and Management, Payment system function, Maintaining Internal andExternal values of currency, Regulation, Facilitation and supervision of Financial System, Promotional Functions tosupport growth and other National objectives, Development of Financial Markets, Institutions and communicationpolicies; Contemporary Issues : Desirability, Autonomy and independence, Credibility, accountability and transparency ofa Central Bank, conflict with fiscal policies; Reserve Bank of India : Organisational evolution, Constitution andGovernance, Major organizational and Functional Developments over time, Recent Developments, RBI Act; IndiaSpecific Issues : Banking Regulation Act, FEMA, Banking Ombudsman Scheme,Financial Sector reforms, other financialregulators and division of functions. Institutions set up by RBI; NABARD, IDBI, DFHI, IRBI, UTI; Glossary of CentralBanking Terms.Monetary Policy : Objectives, Reconciling dual objectives, The Taylor Rule, Indicators of Policy, instruments of policy(Bank Rate, OMO, CRR, SLR etc.), policy Transmission mechanism and channels, transparency of policies, Lags inpolicy; Credit Policy : Objectives, Theory and Practice, Instruments; An over view of Fiscal Policy : Importance ofBudgets, Union Budget, State Budget, Finances of Union and State Governments, Finance Commission, Strikingbalance between inflation and growth through monetary and fiscal policies; Indian Financial System : Constituents of 28
  29. 29. Indian Financial Markets and their Regulation.Evolution of Bank Regulation and supervision; Financial Stability :Financial Development Vs Financial stability, Risks to Financial stability, Early warning signals and remedial action,Liquidity Management, Regulation and supervision of Banks, Risk Management in Banks, The Basle Norms, PrudentialNorms, Effect of liberalisation and Globalisation on Financial Stability, Linkage to International Financial Stability,International standards and codes. Role of Supervisor under Basel-II.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Money, Banking and Public Finance, Dr D.M.Mithani 2. The Role of Fiscal and Monetary Policies in Sustaining Growth with Stability in India, Rakesh Mohan 3. Monetary vs. fiscal policy, Ansari.M.I. 4. Economic development and monetary management in India, T. R. Manaktala 5. Fiscal policy and economic development of India, Jagdish Narain SrivastavaPGDE – 462: ACCOUNTING & FINANCE FOR BANKERS (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: The candidate would be able to acquire the knowledge of the basics of financial mathematics andbasics of accountancy and develop an understanding of the basic financial concepts.Course Content:Basics of Business Mathematics - Calculation of simple Interest and compound interest, Fixed and Floating interestrates, calculation of EMIs, Calculation of front end and back end interest, Calculation of Annuities, Calculation ofprovisions for NPA and risk weights for Basel II – Interest calculation using products/balances, definition of debt, rules oncompounding in respect of loan accounts, penal interest etc., Foreign Exchange Arithmetic for beginners; BankAccounting and Balance Sheet Rules for bank accounts, cash/clearing/transfer vouchers/system, subsidiary book andmain day book, General Ledger, Branch v/s Bank Accounts Bank Balance Sheet Structure, accounts, categories,Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth Components, Accounts Preparation of Final Accounts, Final Accounts of BankingCompanies, Disclosure requirements.Other Accounts - Bank reconciliation statement, Accounting from incomplete records, Receipts and Payments Account,Income and Expenditure Account, Accounting for NPA /Provisioning/Suit Filed, Computerized Accounting - Accounting inelectronic environment, methods, procedures, security, rectification; Core banking environment is to be highlighted.Standard books maintained for different accounts are to be shown as model.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Accounting and Finance for Bankers By H.C.Agarwal. 2. Financial Accounting For Business Managers By Ashis K Bhattacharya. 3. IIBF study materialsPGDE – 463: LEGAL AND REGULATORY ASPECTS OF BANKING (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: The candidates would be able to acquire knowledge in the legal & regulatory framework of thebanking system and the various laws and enactments affecting day to day Banking operationsCourse Content:Provisions of RBI Act 1935, Banking Regulation Act 1949 Banking Companies (Acquisition and transfer of undertakingsAct 1970 & 1980), Government and RBI’s powers: Opening of new banks and branch licensing, Constitution of board ofdirectors and their rights, Banks share holders and their rights, CRR / SLR concepts, Cash / currency management,Winding up - amalgamation and mergers, Powers to control advances - selective credit control - monetary and creditpolicy, Audit and Inspection, Supervision and control - board for financial supervision - its scope and role, Disclosure ofaccounts and balance sheets, Submission of returns to RBI etc, Corporate Governance; Negotiable Instrument Act-1881, Introduction, Definition & Characteristics of Negotiable Instruments, BOE, Promissory Notes, Cheques, 29
  30. 30. Negotiations, Negotiability and assignability, Payment procedures of cheques, Crossing, Endorsement, Holderin duecourse, Important sections of NI act 1881.Legal aspects of banking operations, Case laws on responsibility of paying /collecting banker, Indemnities / guarantees -scope and application - obligations of a banker - pre cautions and rights-laws relating to bill finance, LC and DeferredPayments - Laws relating to securities - valuation of securities - modes of charging securities - lien, pledge, mortgage,hypothecation etc - registration of firms/companies - creation of charge and satisfaction of charge; Law of limitation,Provisions of Bankers Book Evidence Act, Special features of Recovery of Debts Due to Banks and Financial InstitutionsAct, 1993 - TDS, Banking Cash Transaction tax, Service Tax, Asset Reconstruction Companies The Securitisation andReconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002 - The Consumer Protection Act, 1986,Banking Ombudsman, Lok Adalats, Lender’s Liability ActCase Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Banking Law And Practice, Parameswaran R, Natarajan S, K P Kandasami 2. Tannans Banking Law and Practice in India Volume by M.L. Tannan 3. Law Relating to Negotiable Instruments by M J Sethna 4. Banking Law and Practice by R K Gupta 5. The Negotiable Instruments Act BY Khergamvala , O.P.FaiziPGDE – 464: RURAL BANKING (3.0 Credit)Course Objective: The necessity of rural banks was felt because the then existing credit agencies – the co-operativebanks and the commercial banks lacked in certain respects in meeting the needs of the rural areas. The Objective ofthis study is to find the alternate channel available in the country to tap the vastly populated rural sectors.Course Content:Rural India Demographic features; Population, occupation, literacy, socio-economic development indicators, health,nutrition and education, - urban migration, Characteristics of Rural Society; Caste and power structure - rural socialstratification, Economic Features; Economic life of rural people, share in National income -Trends in per capita income,rural money markets, rural indebtedness, rural poverty - main causes and methods of measuring rural poverty; Ruralinfrastructure;, Emerging issues in Indian Agriculture; Rural Development Policy; Govt. policies and programmes for ruralfarm and non-farm sectors. Economic reforms and its impact on rural economy, Financing Rural Development -Regulation of Rural Financial Services; Function and policies of RBI in Rural Banking, NABARD - Main functions, role,refinance support. Lead bank approach, State level and District level Credit committees; Rural Credit Institutions;Financial inclusion & inclusive growth for rural development banking, rural insurance micro insurance scheme, concept ofBusiness Facilitators and Business Correspondents in rural financing; Financing Rural Non-Farm Sector (RNFS);Importance of RNFS, Segments in RNFS, Role of Development and Promotional Institutions in RNFS; SME Finance;Definition of SME .Importance to Indian economy. Financing of SME and small enterprise Refinance from SIDBI. Projectfunding techniques and requirement assessment; Cluster based approach and joint finance with SIDBI.MSMED Act2006, CGTMSE, Working capital assessment of SMEs.Priority Sector Financing and Govt. initiatives - Components of priority sector. RBI guidelines, Government initiatives;Poverty alleviation programmes / Employment programmes / Production oriented programmes-rationale and philosophy,progress and impact, problems and deficiencies, Rural housing and Urban housing schemes under priority sector, theirrefinance, Educational Loans; Problems and prospects in Rural Banking - Role of rural banking, Problems of Ruralbranches of Commercial banks - transaction costs and risk costs, Technology based Financial Inclusion, Emergingtrends in rural banking-financing poor as bankable opportunity, Micro Credit, Self Help Groups / NGOs, linkages withbanking, latest guidelines of GOI and RBI.Case Study: Compulsory, Relevant Cases have to be discussed.Suggested Books: 1. Regional Rural Banks In India by Biswa Swarup Misra. 2. Rural Banking In India By Pratima Kapoor 3. Rural Banking In India By Manas Chakraborty. 30

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