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The BBA Program - Curriculum ANNEXURE IV The BBA Program Curriculum FIRST YEAR - GROUP I 1. English-I (3 hours: 100 marks) Drama: Julius Caesar – William Shakespeare Novel: Animal Farm – George Orwell English Grammar: ã Functions and Usage of Parts of Speech ã Effective Writing ã Sentence: Components & Uses ã Direct and Indirect Speech ã Punctuation 2. IT & Systems-I (3 hours: 100 marks) PART I: INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEMS CONCEPTS Foundations of Computer Systems: Evolut
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  The BBA Program - Curriculum   21 The BBA ProgramCurriculum FIRST YEAR - GROUP I1. English-I(3 hours: 100 marks)Drama:  Julius Caesar  – WilliamShakespeare Novel:  Animal Farm – GeorgeOrwell English Grammar: ã   Functions and Usage of Parts of Speech ã   Effective Writing ã   Sentence: Components &Uses   ã   Direct and Indirect Speech ã   Punctuation 2. IT & Systems-I(3 hours: 100 marks)PART I: INTRODUCTION TOINFORMATION TECHNOLOGYAND SYSTEMS CONCEPTSFoundations of Computer Systems: Evolution of Computer Systems:Generation of Computers - Organization of the ComputerSystems: Input Unit, CentralProcessing Unit, Arithmetic andLogic Unit, Control Unit, MultipleProcessors, RISC, CISC, OutputUnit, Storage Unit – Types of Computer Systems: According toPurpose, According to TechnologyUsed, According to Size andCapacity – Peripheral Devices: InputDevices, Output Devices, Memory,Buses, Storage Devices –Transforming Data into Information:Bits and Bytes, Number Systems forData Representation. Operating Systems: Types of Operating Systems – Tasks of anOperating System: ProcessorManagement, Memory Management,Device Management, ApplicationProgramming Interface, UserInterface – Controlling Input/OutputProcesses – Communication betweenUser and Hardware System: Types of User Interfaces, Functions of UserInterfaces - Commonly usedOperating Systems: UNIX, MS-DOS, Mac OS, Microsoft Windows3.X, Microsoft Windows 95 and 98,Microsoft Windows CE, MicrosoftWindows NT, Windows XP, Linux –Enhancing the OS with UtilitySoftware: File Fragmentation, DataCompression, Backup and RecoverySoftware, Antivirus Software. PART II – NETWORKINGTelecommunication Networks: Understanding theTelecommunication System : Qualityof Service, Local Exchange Carriers,Long Distance Transmission Media,Standards and Regulations, AccessAlternatives - Business Applicationof Telecommunications -Components of a TelecommunicationNetworks: Terminals,Telecommunication Processors,Telecommunication Channels,Computers, TelecommunicationControl Software – Types of Telecommunication Networks: WideArea Networks, Local AreaNetworks, Intranets and Extranets,Client/Server Networks –Telecommunication Network Alternatives: TelecommunicationsMedia, TelecommunicationProcessors, TelecommunicationSoftware, Communication Channels– Telecommunications and theInternet worked Enterprise. Computer Networks: Uses of Computer Networks: Networks forCompanies, Networks for People –Network Topologies: Star Networks,Ring Networks, Bus Networks –Network Architectures andProtocols: The OSI ReferenceModel, TCP/IP Reference Model –Switching Alternatives. PART III – APPLICATIONS OFINFORMATION TECHNOLOGYFOR INDIVIDUAL & GROUPPRODUCTIVITYFoundations of InformationSystems: Uses of InformationSystems in Business: TransactionProcessing System, ManagementInformation System, Decisionsupport System, ExecutiveInformation System, The Internetworked Enterprise, Globalization andInformation Technology –Fundamentals of InformationSystems: People Resources,Hardware Resources, SoftwareResources, Data Resources, Network Resources, Activities of InformationSystem – Systems Approach toProblem Solving: Defining theProblem, Developing AlternativeSolution, Evaluating AlternativeSolution, Selecting the Best Solution,Designing and Implementing aSolution, Post ImplementationReview – Developing InformationSystem Solutions: The SystemDevelopment Cycle, Starting theSystem Development Cycle, CostBenefit Analysis, System Analysis,Business Analysis, Analysis of present System, FunctionalRequirement Analysis, SystemDesign, User Interface, Data andProcess Design, SystemSpecification, Prototyping,Implementing a new InformationSystem, Systems Maintenance,CASE, End User Development. Personal Productivity Software: Word Processing Software: Writing,Editing, Formatting, Saving andPrinting – Spreadsheet Software:Worksheet, Cell Formats, UsingFormulas, Cell References, Relativeand Absolute Cell References,Replication, Functions, EffectiveWorksheets, Microsoft Access,Spreadsheet Charts, AdvancesFeatures of Spreadsheets –Presentation Graphics Software:Output Options, Templates, ViewOptions, Slide Options, MakingEffective Presentations –Commercial programs, Freeware andShareware. Group Support Facilities andSystems: Electronic CommunicationTools: Electronic Mail, InternetPhone and Fax, Web Publishing –Electronic Conferencing Tools:Teleconferencing, DataConferencing, Audio Conferencing,Video Conferencing, DiscussionForums, Electronic Meeting Systems– Workgroup support systems,Collaborative Work ManagementTools: Calendaring and scheduling   ANNEXURE IV  The BBA Program - Curriculum   22 tools, Task and Project management,Workflow Systems, KnowledgeManagement, Multimedia. PART IV – APPLICATIONS OFINFORMATION TECHNOLOGYIN BUSINESS & MANAGEMENTBusiness Information Systems: Information Systems for BusinessOperation – Transaction ProcessingSystems: Data Entry, DataProcessing, Updating Database,Report Generation, InquiryProcessing – Functional InformationSystems – Marketing InformationSystems: Interactive Marketing,Sales Force Automation,Sales/Product Management,Advertising and Promotions, MarketResearch and Forecasting, -Manufacturing Information Systems:Computer Integrated Manufacturing,Manufacturing Execution Systems,Process Control System – HumanResource Information Systems:Staffing, Training and Development,Compensation Analysis –Accounting Information Systems:Online Accounting Systems -Financial Information Systems: CashManagement, InvestmentManagement, Capital Budgeting,Financial Planning. Information Systems forManagement: ManagementInformation Systems: Definition of MIS, Evolution of MIS,Characteristics of MIS, Functions of MIS, Importance of MIS,Management Reporting System,Geographic Information System –Decision Support Systems,Characteristics of DSS, Types of DSS, Using DSS – Online AnalyticalProcessing: Characteristics of OLAP,Benefits of OLAP, DataWarehousing, Data MiningExecutive Information Systems:Characteristics of successful EISImplementation, Guidelines forPreparing an Effective EIS, ArtificialIntelligence – Information Systemsfor Strategic Advantage: Improvingbusiness Processes, BPR, Becomingan Agile Competitor, KnowledgeManagement Systems, Using the Managing InformationTechnology: Managing InformationResources and Technologies:Strategic Management, OperationalManagement, ResourceManagement, TechnologyManagement, DistributedManagement – Global InformationTechnology Management: Cultural,Political and GeoeconomicChallenges – InformationTechnology and OrganizationalNeeds: People, Tasks, Technology,Culture, Structure – Planning forChange with IT: StrategicInformation System planning,tactical and Operational planning –Implementing Business Change withIT: Implementation Strategies –Security and Control Issues :Implementation System control,Procedural Control, Facility Control– Ethical and Social Dimensions of IT. PART V - E-COMMERCE & ITENABLED SERVICESInternet and E-Commerce: Use of the Internet in Business:Communications and Collaboration,Interactive Marketing, StrategicAlliance – Communication andInformation Access: Electronic Mail,Internet Relay Chat, InternetTelephony, Internet Fax, InternetPaging, File Transfer Protocol,Usenet, World Wide Web – VirtualPrivate Networks – Fundamentals of E-Commerce: Business-to-BusinessApplications, Business-to-Consumers Applications, InternalBusiness Processes – ElectronicCommerce Technologies: ElectronicData Interchange – ElectronicPayments and Securities: ElectronicFunds Transfer. IT Enabled Services: IT EnabledServices An Overview - Scope andApplications of IT-Enabled Services– BPO – Call Centers – ISPs –Medical Transcription – DataProcessing – Tools, Techniques andInfrastructure Required forDelivering IT-Enabled Services –VPNs, Broadband Services, GIS,Voice over Internet Protocol, E-Learning – Portals – Advantages forIndia in the IT Enabled ServicesIndustry. YEAR I- GROUP B3. Introduction to Management(3 hours: 100 marks)Part I – Introduction ToManagement   Management: An Overview Definitions of Management - TheRole of Management - Functions of Managers: Planning; Organizing;Staffing; Leading; Controlling -Levels of Management: Top-LevelManagers; Middle-Level Managers;First-Level Managers; Time Spent inCarrying Out Managerial Functions -Management Skills andOrganizational Hierarchy: TechnicalSkills; Human Skills; ConceptualSkills; Design Skills - Approaches toManagement. Evolution of Management Thought Early Approaches to Management:Contributions of Robert Owen;Charles Babbage; Andrew Ure andCharles Dupin; Henry RobinsonTowne; Assessing PreclassicalContributions - Classical Approach:Scientific Management;Administrative Theory; BureaucraticManagement - Behavioral Approach:Contributions of Mary Parker FolIet;Elton Mayo; Abraham Maslow;Douglas. McGregor; Chris Argyris -Quantitative Approach: ManagementScience; Operations Management;Management Information Systems -Modem Approaches to Management:Systems Theory; ContingencyTheory -. Emerging Approaches inManagement Thought. Social and Ethical Responsibilitiesof Management Social Responsibilities of Management - Arguments for andagainst Soc~ Responsibilities of Business ~ Social Stockholders:Shareholders; Employees;Customers; Creditors and Suppliers;Society; Government - MeasuringSocial Responsiveness: What shouldbe Measured?; How to Measure SR?..,; Managerial Ethics: Types of Managerial Ethics; Factors thatInfluence Ethical Behavior; EthicalGuidelines of Managers;Mechanisms for Ethic Management. PART II - PLANNINGFundamentals of Planning Definitions of Planning - Nature of Planning - Significance of PlanningTypes of Plans - Plans Based onOrganizational Level; Plans Based.o~ Frequency of Use; Plans Based on  The BBA Program - Curriculum   23 Time Frame - Steps in the PlanningProcess - Prerequisites for EffectivePlanning - Limitations of Planning. ' Objectives Nature of Objectives - EvolvingConcepts in MBO - The Process of MBO: Steps in the MBO Process -Benefits of MBO - Limitations of MBO Making MBO Effective. Strategies, Policies and PlanningPremises Nature and Purpose of Strategies andPolicies - The Three Levels of Strategy: Corporate-level Strategy;Business-level Strategy; Functional-level Strategy,... Strategic Planning:Characteristics of Strategic Planning;Strategic Planning vs OperationalPlanning; Significance of StrategicPlanning; Limitations of StrategicPlanning; Strategic Planning Process- Competitive Analysis in Strategyformulation: EnvironmentalAssessment; OrganizationalAssessment - Major Kinds of Strategies and Policies - Porter'sCompetitive Strategies: Overall CostLeadership; Differentiation; Focus -Strategy Implementation EffectiveImplementation of Strategy -Planning Premises. Managerial Decision-making Significance and Limitations of Rational Decision-making -Managers as Decision-makers: TheRational Model; Non-rationalModels – Decision making Process -Types of Managerial Decisions:Programmed Decisions; Non-programmed Decisions - Decision-making Under Certainty, Uncertaintyand Risk - Management InformationSystem vs Decision Support System -The Systems Approach to Decision-making - Group Decision-making:Forms of Group Decision-making -Decision-making Techniques. PART III - ORGANIZINGFundamentals of OrganizingDefinitions of Organizing: Benefitsof Organizing - TraditionalPerspectives on Organizing:Challenges to the Traditional Viewof Organizations - Closed System vsOpen System: Closed System Viewof Organizations; Open System Viewof Organizations - Formal vsInformal Organization - Span of Management: Tall vs Flat Structure;Factors Determining Effective SpanOrganizational Environment forEntrepreneuring and Intrapreneuring- The Process of Organizing: TheLogic of Organizing; SomeMisconceptions Prerequisites forEffective Organizing. Strategic Organization DesignDesigning OrganizationalStructures: An Overview - MajorStructural Alternatives: FundamentalStructure; Divisional Structure;Hybrid Structure; Matrix Structure -Other Bases for Departmentation:Departmentation by SimpleNumbers; Departmentation by Time;Departmentation by Process orEquipment - Strategic Business Units- Choosing the Pattern of Departmentation. Line and Staff Authority andDecentralization Authority Defined - Power: Bases of Power - Line and Staff Relationships:Concept of Line and Staff;Functional Authority; Line and Staff Conflicts; Nature of Line and Staff Relationship; Avoidance of Line andStaff Conflict Centralization vsDecentralization - Delegation of Authority: Factors AffectingDelegation of Authority - Balance:The Key to Decentralization. Effective Organizing andOrganizational Culture Avoiding Mistakes in Organizing byPlanning: Planning for the Ideal;Modification for Human Factor;Advantages of Organization PlanningAvoiding Organization InflexibilityAvoiding Conflict by Clarification:Organization Charts; PositionDescriptions - EnsuringUnderstanding of OrganizationStructure - Organizational Culture. Part IV - StaffingHuman Resource Managementand Staffing Human Resource Management: AnOverview: Human ResourcePlanning; Staffing; Training andDevelopment; PerformanceAppraisal; Compensation Staffing -Recruitment: Sources of Recruitment; The RecruitmentProcess Selection: The SelectionProcess - Socialization Process of New Employees. Performance Appraisal andCareer Strategy Significance of Appraisal - Formal vsInformal Appraisals - PerformanceRating Methods: BehaviorallyAnchored Rating Scales (BARS) -Criteria for Appraising Managers:Appraising Managers AgainstVerifiable Objectives; AppraisingManagers as Managers - FormulatingCareer Strategy. Organizational Change andOrganization Development Organizational Change: Factors thatlead to Organizational Change;Sources of Resistance to Change;Measures to Overcome Resistance toChange; Change Process - PlannedChange Through OrganizationDevelopment: The Objectives of OD- Organizational DevelopmentProcess: Diagnosis; Intervention;Evaluation - Approaches-to ManagerDevelopment - On-the-Job Training;Internal and External Training -Organizational Conflict: Sources of Conflict; Managing Conflict. Part V - LeadingManaging and the Human Factor The Nature of People - BehavioralModels - From the Rational-Economic View to the ComplexPerson; Contrasting Views andModels of People; McGregor'sTheory X and Theory Y; ThreeManagerial Models - ManagerialCreativity: The Creative Process;Techniques to Enhance Creativity;The Creative Manager - Innovationand Entrepreneurship - HarmonizingObjectives: The Key to Leading. Motivating Employees for JobPerformance Definitions and Meaning of Motivation - Classification of Motivation Theories: ContentTheories of Motivation; ProcessTheories of Motivation MotivationalTechniques: Rewards; Participation;Quality of Work Life (QWL); JobEnrichment - A Systems andContingency Approach toMotivation. Leadership Definition and Meaning of Leadership - Key Elements of Leadership: Leadership Theories:Trait Theory of Leadership;  The BBA Program - Curriculum   24 Behavioral Theories; Situational orContingency Theories,Transformational Leadership Theory. Managing Communications Definitions of Communication -Significance of Communication mOrganizations - CommunicationProcess - Communication Flows inan Organization: DownwardCommunication; UpwardCommunication; CrosswiseCommunication - Barriers toCommunication - Gateways toEffective Communication. Part VI - ControllingThe Control Function Planning and Controlling -Importance of Controlling - Levels of Control: Strategic Control; TacticalControl; Operational Control - BasicControl Process - Types of Control:Controls based on Timing;Cybernetic and NoncyberneticControl - Requirements for EffectiveControls. Control Techniques Major Control Systems - FinancialControl: Financial Statements; RatioAnalysis - Budgetary Control:Responsibility Centers; Uses of Responsibility Centers - QualityControl - Inventory Control. Productivity and OperationsManagement Production and Productivity -Productivity Problems andMeasurement OperationsManagement and its Importance -Operations Research for Planning,Controlling and ImprovingProductivity - Operations ResearchMethodology - Some OperationsResearch Techniques: LinearProgramming; Inventory Control;Limitations of Operations Research -Other Tools and Techniques forImproving Productivity: Time-eventNetworks; Value Engineering; Work Simplification; Quality Circles; TotalQuality Management (TQM). Direct Control Versus PreventiveControl Direct Control Versus PreventiveControl - Direct Control: Causes of Negative Deviations from Standards;Questionable AssumptionsUnderlying Direct Control -Preventive Control: Assumptions of the Principle of Preventive Control;Advantages of Preventive Control -Management Audit and EnterpriseSelf-Audit: The Management Audit;The Certified Management Audit;The Enterprise Self-Audit. Management Information Systems Management Information: Meaningof Information; Attributes of Information; Information Needs of Managers - Components of anInformation System: Hardware;Software; People; Data; Procedures -Types of Information Systems:Transaction Processing Systems;Office Automation Systems;Decision Support Systems; ExecutiveSupport Systems - ManagementInformation Systems: Evolution of MIS; Computers and MIS. Part VII - Expanding Horizon InManagementInternational Management Reasons for going International -International Management Functions:Planning; Organizing; Staffing;Leading; Controlling - JapaneseManagement and Theory .Z: SomeSpecific Japanese ManagementPractices; Japanese vs USManagement Practices and Theory Z- Multinational Corporations:Orientations toward InternationalBusiness; Advantages of Multinationals; Challenges for theMultinationals.Basics of Mathematics, simultaneousequations, permutations andcombinations. Calculus. Interpolationand Extrapolation, Descriptivestatistics. Index Numbers. TimeSeries. Linear Programming - TheGraphical and Simplex MethodsLinear programming andapplications; Role of IT in ModernBusiness Enterprise - applicationsand Enterprise resource planning;Probability – Concepts, Rules,Unconditional and ConditionalProbability, Bayes’ Theorem.Decision Theory, Random variablesand Probability Distribution.Sampling, Sampling Distribution,Central Limit Theorem. StatisticalInference-Point and IntervalEstimation, Hypothesis Testing;Tests of Independence and goodnessof fit, Analysis of Variance; Simpleand Multiple Regression Analysisand Applications; Quality Control:Statistical Process Control, x , R & PCharts; Simulation. 4. Accounting(3 hours: 100 marks)Introduction to Accounting: Needfor Accounting – Meaning forAccounting – Meaning of Book-keeping – History of Accounting –Definitions of Accountancy –Objectives of Accounting –Functions of Accounting – IsAccounting a Science or an Art? –Accounting and Other Sciences –Distinction between Book-keepingand Accounting – Importance of Accounting – Branches of Accounting – Advantages of Accounting – Limitations of Accounting – Basis of Accounting –Few Basic Terms. Accounting Equation andAccounting Mechanics: GenerallyAccepted Accounting Principles –Characteristics of AccountingPrinciples – Accounting Concepts –Accounting Conventions –Accounting Standards – Meaning of Accounting Equation – Rules of Accounting Equation – Effects of Business Transactions on AccountingEquation and Balance Sheet –Journal Meaning, Proforma – Pointsto be Noted while Journalizing –Ledger Meaning, Proforma – LedgerPosting, Balancing of Accounts –Difference between Journal andLedger – Meaning of Trial Balance –Limitations of a Trial Balance –Preparation of a Trial Balance –Errors, Location of Errors – Meaningof Subsidiary Book – Types of Subsidiary Books – Reasons forMaintaining Subsidiary Books –Cash Book and Its Types – PurchasesBook – Purchases Return Book –Sales Book – Sales Return Book –Bills Receivable Book – BillsPayable Book – Journal Proper. Bank Reconciliation Statement: Reasons for differences betweenBank Balances as per Cash Book andPassbook – The Bank ReconciliationStatement – Advantages of Bank Reconciliation Statement. Bills of Exchange: Concept of Billsof Exchange and its Features –Classification of Bills of Exchange –Promissory Notes and its
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