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    ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY   DIRECTORATE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION   M.B.A.(Human Resource Management)   REGULATIONS AND SYLLABUS Copyright Reserved (For Private Circulation Only)      ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY   DIRECTORATE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION   Dear Student,   We are forwarding the regulations and syllabus for the M.B.A.(Human Resource Management). The subjects that you have to study and the number of lessons/units in each subject are mentioned in the syllabus. Please compare the lessons/units with syllabus. In case you  find any discrepancy please inform the Director by name immediately  . Wish you all success. DIRECTOR     1 M.B.A. (HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT) REVISED SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONS AND SYLLABUS Revised SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONS REGULATIONS Objectives  The Master of Business Administration (Human Resource Management) degree programme of the Directorate of Distance Education of the Annamalai University is to equip practicing Executives and Managers, working in Private / Public Sector Undertakings/ Banks/ Educational Institutions / in the area of International Business/ Industries and other similar organisations / in electronic business environment and enable them to enrich their managerial skills, decision-making ability and problem solving. Programmes of Study 1. Duration  The duration of the programme of study will be of two years and students shall complete the programme within a period of 7 years from the year of admission. The programme will comprise the subjects given in regulations. 2. Medium of Instruction English will be the medium of instruction for the programme. 3. Eligibility for Admission i.   Any Graduation ii.   Applicants who have qualified themselves in P.G. Diplomas in Management of any University / or any recognized institute and those who have worked in Managerial / Executive / Supervisory cadre, in a Manufacturing / Marketing / Banking / Service organizations will be given preference. 4. For the award of the Degree Candidates for the M.B.A.(HRM) Degree shall be required to pass the examination held by the University after undergoing the prescribed programme of study through Distance Education. 5. Personal Contact Programme Personal Contact Programme of four days is arranged at different centres for the benefit of the students. Attendance in full at two PCPs is compulsory. In the final year Special lectures / Case Studies / Group Discussions / Role Plays / Management Games / In Basket Exercises / Brain Storming classes will be conducted at different centres depending on the concentration of students.  Teaching will be through study material sent to the students supplemented by face to face contact programme, group discussions, case studies, guest lectures, audio and video cassettes. 6. Course Content FIRST YEAR 1.1 Principles of Management 1.2 Marketing Management 1.3 Financial Management 1.4 Operations Management 1.5 Human Resource Management 1.6 Statistics for Managers   2 1.7 Managerial Communication 1.8 Organisational Behaviour SECOND YEAR 2.1 Organisational Development and Management of Change 2.2 Training and Development 2.3 Labour Welfare 2.4 Industrial Relations 2.5 Wages and Salary Administration 2.6 Strategic Management 2.7 Project Work and Viva - Voce (Or)  2.7.1 E - Commerce 2.7.2 Business Research Methods 7. Scheme of Examination  The total marks for each course, other than project Study and Viva-Voce is 100. For project Study and Viva-Voce it is (150+50) 200. Courses Duration Max. Marks Min. Marks for a Pass I First Year Course 1.1 3 Hours 100 50 Course 1.2 3 Hours 100 50 Course 1.3 3 Hours 100 50 Course 1.4 3 Hours 100 50 Course 1.5 3 Hours 100 50 Course 1.6 3 Hours 100 50 Course 1.7 3 Hours 100 50 Course 1.8 3 Hours 100 50 II Second Year Course 2.1 3 Hours 100 50 Course 2.2 3 Hours 100 50 Course 2.3 3 Hours 100 50 Course 2.4 3 Hours 100 50 Course 2.5 3 Hours 100 50 Course 2.6 3 Hours 100 50 Course 2.7 Project work & viva voce 150 + 50 100 (or) Course 2.7.1 3 Hours 100 50 Course 2.7. 2 3 Hours 100 50 1600 800 At the end of each year of study, candidates should take their examination in all the papers they studied during that year. A candidate shall be declared to have passed the Examination if he/she obtains not less than 50 per cent of marks in each course. All the other candidates   3 shall be deemed to have failed in the written examination of that year. However, he/she shall be required to appear again only each of these courses in which he/she has failed in order to get a pass at a subsequent examination. A candidate who opts for project work shall be declared to have passed in the Project work and Viva-Voce Examination, if he/she secures an overall minimum of 50 per cent (combining both project work and the Viva-Voce) out of 200 marks. A candidate who fails in the project work and Viva-Voce examination may be permitted to resubmit a project and appear for the Viva-Voce for the second time if so recommended by the examiners. No candidate shall be permitted to submit the project work and appear for the Viva-Voce on more than two occasions. Classification of successful Candidates (i)   First Class :   Candidates securing 60% and above of the marks in the aggregate in the whole examinations shall be placed in the first class. (ii)   Second Class :     Those who obtain not less than 50% but less than 60% shall be placed in the second class. (iii)   Candidate who obtain 75% of marks in the aggregate shall be deemed to have passed the examination with distinction provided they pass all examinations prescribed for the course in the first appearance. Failed candidates A candidate who failed in any course, in the first/second year, will be permitted to proceed to the next year. If the candidate fails in any of the theory papers he/she shall be required to reappear for that course(s) only. REVISED SYLLABUS COURSE 1.1 : PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT Objective  To give a broader understanding of the management concepts and techniques; to know about the developing, executing talents of the managers. Unit  – I  The development of management thought-Pre scientific management era  –   human relation era  –   social sciences era  –   management sciences era  –   contribution of F.W.Taylor, Henri Fayol, Elton Mayo, Mary Parker Follet, Rensis Likert, McGregor, Herbert A. Simon, Peter F.Drucker  –   Trends and Challenges of Management in Global Scenario. Definitions of administration and management  –   Basic Principles and process of management. Planning  –   Distinguishing between operational and strategic planning  –   types of plans  –   grouping of various types of plans  –   Steps in planning  –   Making of Effective Planning. Unit  – II Policy making: Importance of policies  –   Types of policies  –   Principles of policy making  –  Policy formulation and Administration  –   Basic areas of Policy making. Organisational theory  –   Formal organisation  –   Informal organisation  –   New Forms of Organization - Virtual Organisation as Networks  –   Identification of informal groups  –   Sociogram  –   Benefits of sound organisation structure  –   Organizational Designs for Change and Innovation. Departmentation  –   Organisation Charts and manuals. Unit  – III Definition of Authority - Authority  –   relationship  –   Line authority  –   Staff
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