BHARATI VIDYAPEETH UNIVERSITY
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (B.B.A.)
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Human Resource Management

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English Language -IV

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Project Report

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Bharati Vidyapeeth University
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D.I.P.L.-Diploma in
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Bharati Vidyapeeth University
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  1. 1. BHARATI VIDYAPEETH UNIVERSITY BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (B.B.A.) Objectives: The objectives of the programme shall be to develop youths to work in business systems as well as to groom the key persons who can identity and develop business opportunities into viable project and unites, in various sectors of the economy. The progremme shall be focused on exposing students to the world of business through blending with field and project work. Sr. No 1 Name of Programmes B.B.A.-Bachelor of Business Administration Eligibility Duration 3yrs 10+2 or its Equivalent with min 45% in aggregate ( 40% for SC/ST) Total Course Fee (In Rs.) 44,400 DURATION: 3 Years divided into 6 Semesters. ELIGIBILITY: H.S.C. (10+2) or equivalent examination with min. 45% marks in aggregate. (40 % for SC / ST). STRUCTURE: The list of courses prescribed for study and examination is as given below. B.B.A. Part-I (1st year) SEMESTER - I Sr. No. Title Marks 1 Introduction to Business Mathematics 100 2 Business Economics 100 3 Business organization &System 100 4 Business Environment 100 5 Fundamentals of Management 100 6 Computing Skills for Business Management 100 7 English Language -1 100 TOTAL 700 SEMESTER - II Sr. No. Title Marks
  2. 2. 1 Human Resource Management 100 2 Applied Macro Economics 100 3 Business Statistic –I 100 4 Financial Accounting 100 5 Environmental Studies 100 6 Computer Algorithm & Problem Solving 100 7 English Language -1I 100 TOTAL 700 SEMESTER - III Sr. No. Title Marks 1 Business Statistics-II 100 2 Fundamentals Organizational Behavior 100 3 Cost & Management Accounting 100 4 Fundamentals of Marketing 100 5 Introduction to Data Base Management 100 6 Enhancing Personal & Professional 100 7 English Language -III 100 TOTAL 700 SEMESTER – IV Sr. No. Title Marks 1 Business Information Systems 100 2 Production Operation Management 100 3 Basics of Corporate Governance & Business Ethics 100
  3. 3. 4 Financial Management 100 5 Enhancing Personal & Professionals skills-II 100 6 English Language -IV 100 7 Industrial Exposure 100 TOTAL 700 SEMESTER- V Sr. No. Title Marks 1 Agri-Business Management 100 2 Entrepreneurship Development 100 3 Research Methodology 100 4 Legal Aspects of Business 100 5 Business Communication 100 6 Elective –I 100 7 Elective –II 100 TOTAL 700 SEMESTER-VI Sr. No. Title Marks 1 Project Management 100 2 Business Policy & Strategy 100 3 International Business 100 4 E-Business Applications 100 5 Elective-III 100 6 Elective-IV 100
  4. 4. 7 Project Report 100 TOTAL 700 ELECTIVE Sr.No. Specialisation Electives 1 Finance i ) Elements of Financial Services ii ) Introduction to Management Control iii ) Fundamentals of International Finance 2 International Business i ) International Marketing ii ) Global Business Environmental iii ) Fundamentals of International Economics 3 Systems i ) Networking ii )Oracle iii ) Internate Programming PROGRAMME DELIVERY: Individualized study on the basis of Programme Book, followed by monthly tutorial sessions organized at the Academic Center. A learner has to complete study assignments on every Unit. 20% marks will be awarded on the basis of evaluation of these assignments.
  5. 5. Table of Content S. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. Particulars Aims and objectives of the course Nomenclature of the course Abbreviation of the course Name of the faculty members Academic year in which course has been initiated Eligibility criteria for admission to the course Teaching scheme of the course Structure of the course Standard of Passing Rules pertaining to supplementary / reappearing in examinations, if not passed the examination as per rules of passing Rules of ATKT (Allow To Keep Term) Award of Classes Rules for conduct of examinations Basis for allocation of marks for Procedure for conduct of Internal Tests / Term work/ Internal Assessment Pattern of Evaluation and Examination & Procedure for the evaluation of Summer Training Project / Internship Projects and conduct of viva Pattern of question paper 19. Annexure- I Nomenclature of the Certificate in Foreign Language and Basis for allocation of marks. 20. Syllabus Semester-I Semester-II Page No. 2 6 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 6 7-10 11-14 1
  6. 6. Course: Certificate in Foreign Language The Certificate in Foreign Language is of one year duration comprising of Sem –I & Sem-II [ 1. Aims and objectives of the course: The programme is designed to enable students to develop communication skills in the chosen language and to acquire a broad understanding of the society, history and culture within which these languages have developed and are used. Based on the conception of language as social and cultural practice, the programme integrates knowledge of social and political institutions, historical events, and literary and cultural movements into the acquisition of the four linguistic skills - reading, writing, speaking and listening. The process of language learning has been defined in accordance with the stages defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFL), which provides a basis for mutual recognition of language qualifications obtained in different learning contexts, thus facilitating educational and professional mobility. The programme serves two purposes. It equips the students who wish to continue their studies in a postgraduate / graduate programme in language, literarily and cultural studies as well as those who choose to immediately enter professional life for a variety of employment opportunities (in translation, interpretation, tourism, foreign language teaching; at the school and equivalent levels, publishing, print and electronic media, and in other emerging areas in the corporate world, where knowledge of a foreign language is either required or seen as an advantage). 2. Nomenclature of the course: - Annexure – I 3. Abbreviation of the course: CFL 4. Name of the faculty: -Faculty of Management Study 5. Academic year in which course has been initiated: - 2010-11 2
  7. 7. 6. Eligibility criteria for admission to the course: 10+2 or its equivalent The students pursuing graduate and post graduate programme from Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University can also take admission in the foreign language programme Note: The following documents are required for eligibility compliance; 1. Marks statement of 10+2. 7. Teaching scheme of the course: The personal contact sessions and seminars will be conducted at the Academic Study Centers during weekends (Saturdays or Sundays) and Public holidays. 50 hours will be devoted to these sessions for theory as well as practical work. 8. Structure of the course: - The programme is divided into 2 Semesters consisting of 8 courses. 9. Standard of Passing: In order to pass the course, a candidate will have to obtain minimum 40% marks in each head of passing. To pass the examination, a student must obtain 50% of marks in aggregate for the entire examination consisting of Sem –I & Sem-II. 10. Rules pertaining to supplementary / reappearing in examinations, if not passed as per rules of passing If a student fails to secure 40 % marks in Internal / External evaluation separately in each head of passing then he / she must appear in the subsequent internal / external exam to pass in the examination If a student fails to secure 50% marks in aggregate in the entire examinations then he / she must appear in the subsequent examination 11. Rules of ATKT (Allow To Keep Term): A student is allowed to carry the backlog of courses prescribed for Sem-I to the next semester. 12. Award of Classes: The award of class will be based on aggregate marks obtained by a student in Sem –I & Sem-II. examination taken together 3
  8. 8. First class with Distinction First Class Second Class Fail 75% & above 60% & above but less than 70% 50% & above but less than 60% Less than 50% 13. Rules for conduct of examinations a) Students would be required to keep a track of the last dates to pay examination fees, which will be announced well in advance. Only those students who fulfill all the eligibility criteria shall be permitted to fill in the form. b) Students should procure their admit cards which will be given at the end of the semester before the examination to appear in examination c) A student is expected to adhere to high standards of honesty during examination. d) During the examinations, students should not indulge in any unfair practices. If so, he shall be debarred from taking the remaining papers and may have to lose one semester or year depending upon the gravity of the offence. e) The result / mark –sheets have to be obtained from academic study centre within 30 days of declaration of result. 14. Basis for allocation of marks for a) Internal Assessment: - 40 marks b) Theory (External evaluation) 160 Marks 15. Procedure for conduct of internal assessment Each student will have to submit two assignments for internal assessment in each semester for each paper. 16. Pattern of Evaluation and Examination & Procedure for the evaluation of conduct of viva The evaluation in each Subject shall consists of 200 marks (160 marks for Semester end examination and 40 marks for Internal Assessment) A candidate will be evaluated in each course depending on learning objectives and requirements of the course contents. The scheme of marks consists of 20% weight age to continuous internal evaluation by the Subject teacher and 80% to evaluation based on Semester –end Examination consisting of written papers. 4
  9. 9. The details of course – wise mode of evaluation and examination are as given below Semester – end Examinati on Semester I Name of Examination Linguistic Competencies -I Linguistic Competencies -II Semester II Linguistic Competencies -III Linguistic Competencies -IV Method of evaluation and Examination Objective Type Paper of 3 hours duration with 160 marks at the end of the Semester on the basis of Paper No.101,102 and 103 conducted by the University Practical and oral exam based on the paper no. 101,102 and 103 and 104 carrying 200 Marks, Conducted by the Academic Study Center. The bifurcation 200 marks are as follows; Listening skills; 50 Marks Reading skills;50 Marks Writing; skills 50 Marks Speaking: skills; 50 Marks Objective Type Paper of 3 hours duration with 200 marks at the end of the Semester on the basis of Paper No.201,202 and 203 conducted by the University Practical and oral exam based on the paper no. 201,202 and 203 and 204 carrying 200 Marks, Conducted by the Academic Study Center. The bifurcation 200 marks are as follows; Listening skills; 50 Marks Reading skills;50 Marks Writing; skills 50 Marks Speaking: skills; 50 Marks 17. Pattern of question paper The Objective Type question paper has 2 sections i.e. I & II Practical and oral exam: carrying 200 Marks, Conducted by the Academic Study Center. The bifurcation 200 marks are as follows; Listening skills; 50 Marks Reading skills;50 Marks Writing; skills 50 Marks Speaking: skills; 50 Marks 5
  10. 10. Annexure- I 18. Nomenclature of the Certificate in Foreign Language and Basis for allocation of marks. Sr. No. Course No. Name of Examination Subject Object ive Type Paper IA Practical and oral Semester-_ I 1. 101 2. 102 3. 103 4. 104 Situational And Communicative Language I Written Expression And Comprehension I Culture And Civilization I Linguistic Competencies -I Oral Expression I Linguistic Competencies -II 160 40 - 200 Semester-II 201 5. 202 6. 7. 203 204 Situational And Communicative Language II Written Expression And Comprehension II Culture And Civilization II Oral Expression II Linguistic Competencies -III Linguistic Competencies -IV 8. IA; Internal Assessment 6 160 40 - - - 200
  11. 11. Semester-I Course No. Course Title : : 101 Situational and Communicative Foreign Language I Objectives :1.To develop understanding and usage of familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases. 2. To make students introduce him/her and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. 3. Can interact in a simple way, provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help. Course Contents: Basic Grammar and its Functional aspect on the text book. Unit 1: Greetings and Salutations. How to say good morning, good bye, how are you etc. Alphabets, Phonetics, Pronunciation rules. Unit 2: concept of verbs, verb groups, basic verbs: To be, to have, their conjugation and framing of sentences in present tense in Affirmative, negative and interrogative forms. Unit 3: Interrogatives (how, what, where, when etc.), simple daily usage expressions. Unit 4: Telling occupation, profession, nationality, address, countries names, languages names, adjectives, numbers: ordinal and cardinal (till 1000)/ Time concepts Unit 5: Articles – Definite and Indefinite articles / nouns – singular and plural Unit 6: Personal Pronouns (Subject) / Possessive Pronouns (my, his, her, their etc), Describing Family and Friends Unit 7: Verbs: regular, irregular, Talking about one’s passions, dreams, likes and dislikes, preferences. Verbs, concepts : regular and irregular verbs Suggested readings: French German i) Bon Voyage by Goel Publications Pvt. Ltd. ii) Alter Ego Niveau – 1(Hachette) iii) Jumelage 1 (Langers) iv) Connexions : Niveau -1 (Goyal Publications) 1.Tangram Aktuell (Hueber) 2.Studio D - 1 Cornelsen 3. Lagune 1 (Hueber) 4. Schritte International 1 (Langers) 5. Tipps und Übungen AI (Langers) 6. Mit Erfolg zum Start Deutsch A1 Klett ( Saraswati Publications) 7. Themen Neu 1 (Langers) v) A Propos ( Langers) vi) Delf A1(Langers) 7
  12. 12. Course No. Course Title : : Objectives 102 WRITTEN EXPRESSION AND COMPREHENSION I : To provide the students knowledge and understanding regarding the grammatical concepts and their application thorough expressions and comprehensions. Course Contents: Unit 1 :Comprehension : Understanding, analysis, comprehending and expressing basic , elementary, simple texts. Unit 2 :Précis writing : Writing summary of long passages in own words. Suggested readings: FRENCH 1. A handbook in French for Tourism and Hotel management technology (Polygot Publications). 2. Class Exercises in French for Colege students (Poly got Publications). 3. Class Practice in French for Translation.(Polygot Publications) 4. The most common mistakes in French Usages.(Polygot Publications). 5. Alter Ego 1 (Goyal Publications ) 6. Jumelage 1 (Saraswati Publications ) GERMAN 1. A Practice grammar for Greman (Hueber) 2. German made easy. (Deutsch Einfach Gemacht) (Saraswati Publishing House) 3. A practice grammar of german (Hueber) 4. AusBlick 1 (Hueber)( Goyal Publications ) 5. TANGRAM 1 (Goyal Publications) 6. Lehr und Ubungsbuch der deutschen Grammatik 7. Bildworterbuch Deutsch 8. Spielerreich Deutsch lernen und Reime 8
  13. 13. Course No. : 103 Course Title: CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION I Objectives: The objective of this course is to give students in-depth knowledge of the culture and civilization of the country concerned whose language is being studied. Course contents: Unit 1 :History : Basic historical facts of the country concerned, name of president, prime minister , etc. Unit 2 :Geography: Basic facts about the geography, like location, neighbouring countries, capital, cities etc. French : 1.Alter Ego 1 (Goyal Publications ) 2. Jumelage 1 (Saraswati Publishers) German : 1. Tangram 1 (Goyal Publications ) 2. Schritte International. (Goyal Publication )     9
  14. 14.   Course No.  Course Title :  104  : ORAL EXPRESSION I Objective: The basic objective of this course is to provide an in-depth insight into the concept of verbal communication and expression. Course Contents: Unit 1 :Presentations on the prepared topics, like introducing oneself, family, college, Unit 2 : Dialogues and Role Plays : Meeting a stranger, giving an interview (basic), Eating in a restaurant Suggested Readings /Aids: French: 1. Jumelage 1 (Saraswati Publications ) 2. Alter Ego 1 (Goyal Publications ) German: 1. TANGRAM (Goyal Publications ) 2. Schritte international. (Goyal Publications ) 3. Studio D (Cornelsen) 10
  15. 15. Semester-II Course No. : 201 Course Title : Situational and Communicative Foreign Language II Objectives: 1.To develop understanding and usage of familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases. 2. To make students introduce him/her and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Course Contents: Basic Grammar and its Functional aspect on the text book. Unit 1 :Direct Object and Indirect Object Unit 2: Clothing, materials, colours: Vocabulary related to clothes (men/women), material, adjectives related to colours. Unit 3: Preposition: Their application and usage through making sentences and comprehensions. Unit 4: Separable Verbs: how to make plans, daily routine, describing activities, work schedule etc. Unit 5: Tenses /Clauses: Imperative clause, past tense, Present Perfect, future tense, their formation and application in affirmative, negative and interrogative forms. Unit 6: Letter Writing Suggested readings: French i) Bon Voyage by Goel Publications pvt. Ltd. ii) Alter Ego Niveau – 1 (Hachette) iii) Jumelage Jumelage work book Niveau – 1( Saraswati Publishers). iv) Connexions : Niveau -1 (Goyal Publications) German 1.Tangram Aktuell (Hueber) 2.Studio D - 1 Cornelsen 3. Lagune 1 (Hueber) (Langers) 4. Schritte International 1 ( Huebrt) 11
  16. 16. Course No. Course Title : : Objectives 202 WRITTEN EXPRESSION AND COMPREHENSION II : To provide the students knowledge and understanding regarding the grammatical concepts and their application through expressions and comprehensions. Course Contents: Unit 1 : Translation : Translating simple text(s), paragraph(s) and phrases into English into the foreign language of study. Unit 2 :Paragraph writing: To practice the grammar and expressions learned, writing on simple topics of general interest like Family, House, Daily Routine etc. Unit 3 : Basic forms of communication : Writing small messages, emails etc. Suggested readings: FRENCH 1.A handbook in French for Tourism and Hotel management technology (Polygot Publications). 2.Class Exercises in French for College students (Poly got Publications). 3.Class Practice in French for Translation.(Polygot Publications) 4.The most common mistakes in French Usages.(Polygot Publications). GERMAN 1.A Practice grammar for Greman (Hueber) 2.100 german business letters (labgenscheidt). 3.German made easy. (Deutsch Einfach Gemacht) 4.A practice grammar of german (Hueber) 5.Jiffy Travel Pack (Langenscheidt) 6.German made easy (Saraswati Publishing House) 12
  17. 17. Course No. : 203 Course Title: CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION II Objectives: The objective of this course is to give the students in depth knowledge of the culture and civilization of the country concerned, whose language is being studied. Course contents: Unit 1 :Economy: Means of exchange, currency, credit cards, names of banks. Unit 2 : Political system : System of government, names of important heads of states. Suggested readings: French : 1.Alter Ego 1 (Goyal Publications ) 2. Jumelage 1(Saraswati Publishers) German : 1.Tangram 1 (Goyal Publications) 2.Schritte International. (Goyal Publications)   13
  18. 18. Course No.  Course Title :  204  : ORAL EXPRESSION II Objective: The basic objective of this course is to provide an in depth knowledge into the concept of verbal communication and expression. Course Contents: Unit 1 : .Presentation on a given topic, Unit 2: Describing a person, place, city, country etc using the grammatical concepts and expressions learned. Suggested Readings /Aids: French : 1.Jumelage 1 (Saraswati Publishers) 2.Alter Ego 1 (Goel Publications ) German : 3. TANGRAM (Goyal Publications ) 4. Scritte international. (Goyal Publications ) 14
  19. 19. Bharati Vidyapeeth University 1 D.I.P.L.-Diploma in Intellectual Property Law Bachelor Degree in any discipline 1 yr 5,200 DIPLOM A IN INTELLE CTUAL PROPERTY LAWS (DIPL) Objective: The programme is designed to meet the increasing demand for specialist’s intellectual property management and development. Duration: 1 Year. Eligibility: A Bachelor Degree in any faculty from a recognized University in any discipline. Structure: The list of courses prescribed for study and examination is as given below, Paper No. Title Marks 1 Intellectual Property Law: Evolution, Concepts and Kinds 100 2 Law relating to Recognition & Protection of Patent 100 3 Law of Copy Right in India 100 4 Trade Marks and Industrial Design Laws in India 100 Total Marks 400 Programme Delivery: Supportive self-instructional study material will be made available to the learners at the Centre. A learner has to complete the study assignments prescribed. Arrangement for Seminar / Tutorial sessions will be made at the Centre. Exams: Please note exams will be only in Pune or Mumbai. Regards Perminder 9810202332
  20. 20. Bharati Vidyapeeth University 1 D.I.P.L.-Diploma in Intellectual Property Law Bachelor Degree in any discipline 1 yr 5,200 DIPLOM A IN INTELLE CTUAL PROPERTY LAWS (DIPL) Objective: The programme is designed to meet the increasing demand for specialist’s intellectual property management and development. Duration: 1 Year. Eligibility: A Bachelor Degree in any faculty from a recognized University in any discipline. Structure: The list of courses prescribed for study and examination is as given below, Paper No. Title Marks 1 Intellectual Property Law: Evolution, Concepts and Kinds 100 2 Law relating to Recognition & Protection of Patent 100 3 Law of Copy Right in India 100 4 Trade Marks and Industrial Design Laws in India 100 Total Marks 400 Programme Delivery: Supportive self-instructional study material will be made available to the learners at the Centre. A learner has to complete the study assignments prescribed. Arrangement for Seminar / Tutorial sessions will be made at the Centre. Exams: Please note exams will be only in Pune or Mumbai. Regards Perminder 9810202332
  21. 21. MA English Bharati Vidyapeeth University M.A. Part-I: Paper-I Paper-II Paper-III Paper-IV Paper-V : : : : : Literature in English 1550-1832. Indian English Literature. Introduction to the Study of English Language. Research Methodology (Departmental Course). One elective (Group A: any one of the following) Group A 1 Major Form - Novel 2 American Literature – 19th Century 3 Linguistics and Stylistics - I 4 Indian Literature in English Translation M.A. Part-II: Paper-VI : Paper-VII : Paper-VIII : Paper-IX : Paper-X : group A above) Literature in English 1832-1980. English Language and Literature Teaching. Contemporary Critical Thoughts. Research Methodology- II. (Departmental Course) One elective (Group B: the same serial number of paper under Group B 1 2 American Literature – 20th Century. 3 Linguistics and Stylistics - II 4 M.A.(Master of Arts) English Major Author World Classics in English Translation B.A with English of any recognized University 2 yrs 9,700 PA

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