1.Managening Job Stress :  Definition, Sources, Consequences & Coping strategies.

2.Group in Organization definition & its Characteristics : Type of groups in organization, Group Cohesiveness, group dynamics.

3.Power and politics :Meaning and relationship of power and politics.

4.Reward System : Types its relationship with motivational models, Role of Reward system in Behavioral Management.

5.International Organizational Behaviour : Factors influencing multinational organization, Management of Tran globe. Work force Productivity & cultural variations.

6.Organizational Development Nature of Organizational Development, Process, phases of Organizational Development.

7.Managerial Decision : Decision Making process : Nature and Theories.

8.The Communication : Purpose of communication, channel of communication, Barriers to communication and their remedies.


       New Storm John W & Davis Keith Organizational Behaviour, Human behaviour at work Tata Mc Graw Hill.


       Paper Title 202 (VIII)

       Course Title  : PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT :-

1.Introduction to production management: Definition Production Management and its Aims, Transportation, Production planning ( Planning of routine and lay out, Factory Planning, Process Planning, and Operation Planning, Scheduling and leading ) production control

2.( Programming ordering Dispatching Programming and Inventory control Methods. )

3.Understating shop floor operation. Awareness of different manufacturing systems, Interrelationship of human skills, Materials process, Organizational infrastructure facilities and production, products lines, product design.

4.Design of work system, measurement of work, evaluation of work. Human factors in job design. Methods of study Time standard, work sampling, Group performance, learning curve, plant layout.

5.Compensation for work, job evaluation, Incentive schemes.

6.Productivity of Operation.

7.Production and Operation Management.

8.Plant Level planning : Aggregate overall planning, Translating sales plans into production, plans and their integration.

9. Production planning and their scheduling job shops vs. low shop. Loner balancing shop, Loading line of  balance, production smoothing, matching and integration product line and production requirements, Technical capabilities, costs of finances.

10.Material Management : Objective and principles, value analysis, ABC classification, Inventory model deterministic, Multiyear and aggregate and probabilistic perpetual and periodic inventory systems Documentation, Book keeping systems. Vendor analysis and Management.

11.Qualities Management : Acceptance sampling process, control, charts.

12.Facilities Management : Maintenance, preventive and Remedial.

13.Project management : Planning for implementation.


1.Buffa, E.S. Modern Production Management, John Wuley, New York, 1987.

2.Adam E.E. & Ebert RJ Production an Operation Management, 6th ed. Prentice Hall of  India New Delhi,1995.

3.Dobler, Donald W  & Leel amar Purchasing and Malarial Management, McGraw Hill, New York, 1984

4.Moor, R.G. & Hendrick T.E Production/Operations management, Homewood, lIlinois, Richard lrwin, 1992.

5.Chary S.N. Production and operation Management, Tata McGraw Hill, Delhi, 1989.

PAPER  TITLE   203  (IX)

       Course Title : FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT :

1.Meaning, Scope and Objective of Financial Management.

2.Time Value Money.

3.Financial Forecasting : Cash Budget, Performa Balance sheet and Income statement.

4.Capital Budgeting : Methods of Evaluating project, Capital Rationing.

5.Cost of Capital : Cost of Equity Capital, Cost of Preference. Share, Cost of Retained Earnings. Cost of Debt. Weighted Cost of Capital.

6.Capital structure Theory Financial average.

7.Kinds of Industrial Securities, Merits and Dements.

8.Working Capital Management Meaning, Kinds and Factors, Influencing requirements of working capital, Component of working capital. Cash receivable & inventories.

9.Sources of Working capital in Indian Industries.

10.Retained earnings dividend policy, Retained caning relevance and cost kind of dividend, Theories (a) M.M. Hypothesis, (b) Water Models.


1.Archor, Stephen 11 etc. Financial Management John miley, New York, 199.

2.Shall, V.K. Financial Management & Policy, 2nd ed. Anmol, New Delhi, 1998.

3.Wrnjer, Bernard & Mohan, Nancy Principle of Financial Management, Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, 1991.

4.Van Home, James C - Financial Management & Policy, 10th  ed. Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1997.

5.Brealey, Richard A & Myerstewart C.- Principles of Corporate Finance, 5th ed, McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1996.

6.Hampton, John Financial Decision making, Engrewood  Cliffs, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1997.

7.P.V. Kulkarni & B.G. Sathyaprasad Financial Management, Himalaya  Publishing House.

PAPER  TITLE  204  ( X)


               Course Title : MARKTING MANAGEMENT :-

1.Nature and Scope of marketing. The Marketing Environment and Environment Scanning, The role of marketing with special reference to Indian Economy.

2.The Concept of Marketing Management & its relationship with other functional area of General Management in an Organization.

3.The concept of marketing Mix.

4.Consumer Behaviour Meaning need and problems, Buyers behaviours model and factors influencing consumers behaviour.

5.The product : Nature and type of products, methods of product, Development product life cycle etc.

6.The Price Importance of Price in marketing management, pricing strategies, pricing methods. of Distribution The nature of channel of distribution, type of channel, development, channel management, selection of right channels.

8.Concepts of sales promotion :  Objective of advertising in Marketing, Role of Advertising in Economy.

9.Personal selling.

10.Strategic Marketing Globalization Consumerism, Green Marketing, Legal Issues.


1.Kotler Philip & Armstrong G. Principles of Marketing, Prentice Hall of India- New Delhi, 1997.

2.Kotler Philip Marketing Management : Analysis, Planning, Implementation & Control, Prentice  Hall of India- New Delhi, 1994.

3.Remaswamy, V.S. & Namkumari S. Marketing Management  Planning, Control, Macmillan. New Delhi, 1990.

4.Slanton Willian J. Fundamentals of marketing, McGraw Hill, New York, 1994.

5.Neelamegham, S. Marketing in India, Cases & Reading, Vikas, New Delhi, 1988.

6.Varshney R.L. & Gupta S.C. Marketing Management An Indian Perspective, Sultanchand & Son.


               Course Title :  HUMAN  RESOURCE  MANAGEMENT

1.Introduction and Importance of HRM: Definition of personnel Management, Function of Personnel Management.

2.Manpower Planning: Definition Need Aims and Objectives, Uses, Benefits, Limitations and Problems.

3.Environmental Influence Internal and External Environment.

4.Recruitment and Selection process.

5.Promotions, Demotions, transfer, Absenteeism and Turnover.

6.Employee Training - Need, Importance, Principles, Training method-On the job Training. Of the job training.

7.Job Analysis Meaning, Purpose, Uses, contents, Steps and Techniques.

8.Job Evaluation Meaning, Objective, Procedure Advantage and limitation.

9.Job Rating Meaning, Scope and Application.


1.Labour Legislation Importance.

2.Industrial Dispute Act 1917.

3.Trade Union Act 1926.

4.The Factory Act. 1918.

5.The payment of Wages Act 1930.

6.Employees State Insurance Act 1948.

7.The Workmens Compensation Act.- 1923.


1.Aswathappa K. Human Resource & Personnel Management, Tata McGraw Hill, New-Delhi-1997.

2.Decenzo, D.A. & Robbins S.P. Human Resource management, 5th ed, John Wiley, New York, 1994.

3.Monappa A. & Saiyadain M. Personnel Management 2nd ed, Tata McGraw Hill, New-Delhi, 1966.

4.Stone Lioyed & Leslic W. Rue Human Resource & Personnel Management, Richard D. Irwin Illinois, 1984.

5.C.B. Memoria Personal Management- Himalaya Publishing House.

6.Bhambra As Future of Human Resource Management, Commonwealth Publishers, New-Delhi.



1.Scientific Approach to Research Pure and Applied research, social research, social research, stages, uses of research.

2.Hypothesis problems and hypothesis sources, criteria of a good hypothesis, null hypothesis.

3.Sampling importance Different techniques, Merits and Limitations.

4.Social Survey stages, Merit and Limitations.

5.Observation Participant and Non-participant Merit and Limitations.

6.Questionnaire schedule and questionnaire, questionnaire construction, Types mailed questionnaire, Merits and limitations.

7.Interview source of error in interview, merit and limitations.

8.Research Design purpose of research design, control of extraneous variables, singles group design, matched group design.

9.Report Writing in APA (American Psychological Association) style.


1.Benner Roger Management Research, H.Q. 1983.

2.Fowler, Folyd J. Jr. Survey Methods, 2nd ed. Sage pub.1993.

3.Gupta Sp statistical methods, 30th ed. Sultanchand, New-Delhi-2001.

4.Golden D. Biddle, Koren & Koren  DLocke composing quantitative research sage pub. 1997.

5.Salkind, Ncil J. Exploring research, 3rd  ed. Prentice hall, NJ-1997.

6.Fox J.A. and P.E. Tracy Randomized response : A method of sensitive, sage pub. 1986.

7.Andrews. F.M. & S.B. Withey Social  indicators of well being plenum  press, NY-1976.

8.Khanzode V.V. Research methodology A.P.H. publishing house, New Delhi.

9.Desai, Arvindrai N. Research methodology in management Ashish  publishing  house, New-Delhi.