COURESE OF STUDY FOR MBA

FOURTH SEMESTER

PAPER TITLE 301 (XVII)


Course Title: INDIAN ECONOMIC PROBLEMS


1.Structure of Indian Economy in Pre-independence Period.

(a)Basic Characteristics of Indian Economy.

(b)Causes of Underdevelopment in India.

2.Development of Transport, Communication, Power Social Services and Infrastructure in India in Plan Period.

3.Agriculture Development in Plan Period new strategy of Agricultural Development. Green Revolution.

4.Planning:

(a)Need in Developing country.

(b)Planning in India Achievements. Present Position.

5.Industrialization:

(a)Nature and Extent of Industrialization before New Economic Ploicy (1950-1990)

(b)The Problem of Industrialization in the New Scenario.

6.National Income:

(a)National Income Trends during the Plan Period.

(b)Limitation of national Income Estimation in India.

7.Population:

(a)Population growth, Size and policy.

(b)Criticism of F.P.P. before and after 1976.

8.(a) Capital Formation in the Indian Economy.

(b)Mobilization of saving during Five year plan in India.

9.Poverty, Inequality and Planning Process in India.

(a)The Concept of Poverty.

(b)Problem of Poverty in India.

(c)Anti Poverty programmes.

10.Price policy and Economic Growth:

(a)Price movements since independence.

(b)Courses of rise in price since 1950-51.

(c)Price policy of the Government.


SUGGESTED READINGS:

1.Mishra, S. K. & Puri Indian Economics. Himalya Publishing House.

2.Rudra Datta and sundram Indian Economics, s. chand & Co. Delhi.

3.Agrawal A. N. _ Indian Economics, Vikash Publication.

4.Economic Survey.

PAPER TITLE 302 (XVIII)


Course Title: BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT


1.Government Participation in Business Need and Scope.

2.Role of State in Business Planning Industrial Development with special reference to Industrial Policy Resolutions, Licensing policies and Monopoly Regulation.

3.State Role in Providing Plan based facilities with regard to subsidy. Taxation, Protection. Financial and technical Assistance.

4.Foreign Collaboration and Assistance Technical and Financial.

5.Social and Public Accountability of business Parliamentary. Legislative, Ministerial control and contact by other agencies.

6.Private sector and joint Sector: Changing Role and

7.Management of Public Enterprises Philosophy. Organization and management, Pricing policies Accounting and Control.

8.Different Economic system.

(a)Capitalism (b) socialism (c) Mixed Economy.


SUGGESTED READING:


(1)Khara, S.S. Government in Business.

(2)Prithi, Suindar S. Business & Government.


PAPER TITLE (XIX)


Course Title: Business Law & Industrial Law


1.Introduction.

2.The Indian Contract Act. 1872.

3.Law of Agency.

4.The Indian Partnership act, 1930.

5.The Companies Act. 1956.

6.The Negotiable Instruments Act. 1981.

7.The law of Insolvency, Carriage, Insurance.

8.The Industries Development and Reconstruction Act.

9.The arbitration Act. 1940.


N. D. Salient feature of the above Acts are needed Students should note that the Negotiable Instruments Act and the Companies Act have been amended in 1988.


SUGGESTED READINGS:


1)Sen & Mita commercial Law & Industrial Law.

2)Kuchhai, M.C. Mercantile Law.

3)Gulsan & Kapoor Text Book of commercial Law.

4)Shukla,  .c. Mercantile Law.

5)Singh, Dr. Avtar Elements of Commercial Law.

6)Prasad Man Mohan Business Law and Management.

            Paper title 304 (XX)


Course Title: BUSINESS PLOCY & CORPORATE MANAGEMNT.


1.Shaping and Establishment of enterprises, objectives, scope and management.

2.Policies with regard to:

       Sales Products, customers, Pricing and Sales Promotion.

       Production Purchasing Qualification and functions of Purchase management.

       Personnel- Compensation and Employee Service & Industrial relations.

       Financial Use of Capital, Sources, Protection, Distribution of Earning (Profits)

       Organization- Grouping of activities Relationship Organisation Structure and Board of Director.

3.Developing Major Source: Executive, Facilities (Location, Building, Equipment, Layout etc.)

4.Execution of Plan: Short-run, Controlling operations, Budgetary Control.

5.Synthesis: Corporate management, Integrated approach to cental management.


SUGGESTED READINGS:

(i)Newman & Logan business Policy & Central management.

(ii) Macmillan, K. Business Policy.

(iii) Sherlerker, S.A. Business Planning & Policy.

(iv)Chritisen Business Policy.

(v)Thomas Business Policy & Astrology.


PAPER TITLE 305 (XXI)


Course Title: PROJECT VIVA-VOCE.