H.N.B. Garhwal B.B.A. Syllabus 2018-19| B.B.A. All Semester Syllabus

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H.N.B. Garhwal B.B.A. Syllabus 2018-19| B.B.A. All Semester Syllabus Commerce Syllabus HNB Acounts and Management course all semester 1 to 6

H.N.B. Garhwal B.B.A. Syllabus 2018

Guys those who had applied for the course of B.B.A. from the H.N.B. Garhwal university they are advised that the we are here providing you the syllabus for the exam. We are here providing you the whole complete syllabus for the B.B.A. of all semester. We are advising you that the syllabus is very lengthy and it will be very hard for you to complete in few months and the exams are now also conducted on te semester basis which means that you can only have three months to prepare for you r first internal. There is a information that now as per the syllabus and internal system there are total 24 internal exam and 12 externals will be held per year and the students need to clear each exam in order to give the further exam. We are below providing you the name of the course and the details of the syllabus below.

Courses in Semester 1

CourseNameNo. Of Periods
 1Management Organization Behaviour 6
 2Business Statistics 6
 3Entrepreneurship Development 6
 4Environmental Science 2

 

Courses in Semester 2

CourseNameNo. Of Periods
 1Human Resource Management 6
 2Business Accounting 6
 3Production and Operations Management 6
 4English/ Modern Indian Language (MIL) 2

 

From here the second year of the course started and the field of the subject slightly  changed from here

Courses in Semester 3

CourseNameNo. Of Periods
 1Managerial Economics 6
 2Principles of Marketing 6
 3Management Accounting 6
 4Econometrics/ India’s Diversity and Business 2
 5IT Tools for Business/ Personality Development and Communication Skills/E- Commerce/ Statistical Software Package(s) 2

 

Course For Semester 4

CourseNameNo. Of Periods
 1Business & Marketing Research 6
 2Macroeconomics 6
 3Financial Management 6
 4Ethics and Corporate Social
Responsibility/Tax Planning
 2
 5Summer Internship & VivaVoce 2

 

From here the 3rd year of the course starts

Course For Semester 5

CourseNameNo. Of Periods
 1Quantitative Techniques for Management 6
 2Legal Aspects of Business 6
 3International Finance (Or) Finance Modelling and Derivatives 6
Consumer Behaviour (Or) Retail Management
Training and Development (Or)
Performance and Compensation Management
Global Business Environment (Or)
Multinational Business Finance
Investment Banking and Financial Services (Or)
Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
 6
Marketing of Services (Or) International Marketing
Management of Industrial Relations (Or)
Talent and Knowledge Management
International Trade Policy and Strategy (Or)
Transactional and Cross Cultural Marketing

 

Semester 6

CourseNameNo. Of Periods
 1Business Policy and strategy 6
 2Financial Institutions and Markets 6
 3Project Appraisal (Or)
Business Analysis and Valuation (Or)
Strategic Corporate Finance.
 6
 5Personal selling and Sales Force Management (Or)
Advertising and Brand Management (Or)
Distribution and Supply Chain Management
 2
 4HRD; System and Strategies (Or)
Counseling and Negotiating Skills for Managers
(Or)
Cross Cultural HRM
 2
 5International Distribution and Supply Chain
Management (Or)
International Accounting and Reporting System
(Or)
International Joint Ventures, Mergers and Acquisitions.
 2

 

Detailed Syllabus For B.B.A

Course 1 Management & Organization Behaviour

  • Unit 1: Basic forms of Business Ownership; Special forms of ownership
  • Unit 2: Overview of Planning
  • Unit 3: Importance of organisational Behaviour
  • Unit 4: Groups and Teams

Course 2 Business Statistics

  • Unit 1: Measures of Central Value: Mean, Median Mode (Complete)
  • Unit 2: Correlation Analysis: Complete
  • Unit 3: Analysis of Time Series: Meaning and significance
  • Unit 4: Probability

Course 3 Entrepreneurship Development

  • Unit 1: Entrepreneurial Management
  • Unit 2: Entrepreneurship, Creativity And Management
  • Unit 3: Social Entrepreneurship
  • Unit 4: Family Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Unit 5: Financing Entrepreneurial Business

Course 4 Environmental science

  • Syllabus as prescribed by the University

Detailed Syllabus For 2nd Semester

Human Resource Management

  • Unit 1: Human Resource Management: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Human Resource Planning
  • Unit 3: Training, Compensation
  • Unit 4: Industrial Relations

Business Accounting

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Financial Accounting
  • Unit 2: Introduction to International Financial Reporting Standards
  • Unit 3: Preparation of Financial Statements
  • Unit 4: Analyzing Financial Statements

Production and Operations Management

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Production & Operations Management
  • Unit 2: Forecasting.
  • Unit 3: Process Selection, Layout Decision, Capacity Planning
  • Unit 4: Aggregate Planning

English/ Modern Indian Language (MIL)

  • As prescribed by the University

Syllabus For Semester 3

Course 1 Managerial Economics

  • Unit 1: Demand, Supply and Market equilibrium
  • Unit 2: Producer and optimal production choice
  • Unit 3: Theory of firm and market organization
  • Unit 4: Factor market

Course 2 Principles of Marketing

  • Unit 1: Introduction: Nature, Scope and Importance of Marketing
  • Unit 2: Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning
  • Unit 3: Product & Pricing Decisions
  • Unit 4: Promotion Mix

Course 3 Management Accounting

  • Unit 1: Nature, Scope of Management Accounting
  • Unit 2: Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis
  • Unit 3: Budgets and Budgetary Control
  • Unit 4: Standard Costing and Variance Analysis

Course 4

Econometrics

From here the elective course starts and the candidates need to select the courses from the given options.

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Econometrics
  • Unit 2: Multiple Regression Model
  • Unit 3: Other Functional Forms
  • Unit 4: Relaxing the Assumptions of the Classical Linear Model
India’s Diversity and Business
  • Unit 1: Recognizing, Accommodating and valuing diversity
  • Unit 2: People, Livelihood and Occupational Diversity
  • Unit 3: Linkages between Diversity and India’s Socio-economic challenges
  • Unit 4: Diversity and Business

Course 5

Personality Development and Communication Skills
  • Unit 1: Techniques in Personality development
  • Unit 2: Written communication
  • Unit 3: Communication skills and Personality Development
E-Commerce
  • Unit 1: Itroduction to E-Commerce
  • Unit 2: Business Strategy in an electronic Age
  • Unit 3: Business-to-Business Electronic Commerce
  • Unit 4: Intranet and Extranet
Statistical Software Package(s)
  • Introduction
  • Running Statistical Procedures

Syllabus For Semester 4

Course 1 Business & Marketing Research

  • Unit 1: Nature and Scope of Marketing Research
  • Unit 2: Research Design
  • Unit 3: Primary Data Collection: Survey Vs. Observations
  • Unit 4: Sampling

Course 2 Macroeconomics

  • Unit 1: Open Economy
  • Unit 2: Money
  • Unit 3: Keynesian theory of Income and employment
  • Unit 4: Measurement of macroeconomic variables

Course 3 Financial Management

  • Unit 1: Nature of Financial Management
  • Unit 2: Long -term investment decisions
  • Unit 3: Capital Structures
  • Unit 4: Working Capital Management

Course 4

From here the elective course starts and the candidates need to select the courses from the given options

Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Unit 1: Business ethics
  • Unit 2: Corporate governance
  • Unit 3: Role of auditors in enhancing corporate governance
Tax Planning
  • Unit 1: Income tax concept
  • Unit 2: Computation of Income under the head Salary
  • Unit 3: Computation of Income under the Head
  • Unit 4: Meaning of Tax Planning and Management
Summer Internship & Viva-Voce
  • Each student shall undergo practical training of eight weeks during the vacation after fourth semester in an approved business/industrial/service organization and submit two copies of summer training report to the Director/Principal of the Institution before the Viva-voce.

Semester 5

Course 1 Quantitative Techniques for Management

  • Unit 1: Linear Programming
  • Unit 2: Elementary Transportation
  • Unit 3:Network Analysis
  • Unit 4: Decision Theory: Pay off Table

Legal Aspects of Business

  • Unit 1: The Indian Contract Act 1872
  • Unit 2: Sale of Goods Act 1930
  • Unit 3: The Companies Act 2013
  • Unit 4: Consumer Protection Act 1986

Course 3 Discipline Elective Course

International Finance
  • Unit 1: Introduction: concept of International trade
  • Unit 2: Foreign Exchange Managemen
  • Unit 3: Foreign Exchange Exposures:
  • Unit 4: International Investment Management
Finance Modelling and Derivatives
  • Unit 1: Introduction: Financial Time Series and Their Characteristics
  • Unit 2: Linear Time Series Analysis and Its Applications
  • Unit 3: Financial Derivatives
  • Unit 4: Pricing of Options
Consumer Behaviour
  • Unit 1: Consumer Behaviour: Nature, scope & application
  • Unit 2: Consumer Needs & Motivation
  • Unit 3: Group Dynamics & consumer reference groups
  • Unit 4: Diffusion of Innovation
Performance and Compensation Management
  • Unit 1: Introduction- Concept, Philosophy,
  • Unit 2: Performance management and reward systems
  • Unit 3: Introduction to Job Evaluation
  • Unit 4: Incentives plans for production employees and for other professionals
Global Business Environment
  • Unit 1: Introduction Concept of Economic Environment
  • Unit 2: Institutional Framework of Economic Environment
  • Unit 3: Structure of Indian Economy
  • Unit 4: Open Economy Management.

Course 4

Marketing of Services
  • Unit 1: The emergence of service economy
  • Unit 2: Service quality and concept
  • Unit 3: Marketing mix
  • Unit 4: Service marketing strategy
International Marketing
  • Unit 1: Framework of international marketing
  • Unit 2: Policy framework
  • Unit 3: International Marketing Decisions
  • Unit 4: Institutional infrastructure for export in India
Management of Industrial Relations
  • Unit 1: Concept of industrial relations
  • Unit 2: Workers participation in management
  • Unit 3: Trade Union Act 1926
  • Unit 4: The Factories Act 1948
Talent and Knowledge Management
  • Unit 1: Meaning and importance of talent management
  • Unit 2: Competency model
  • Unit 3: Elements of knowledge management
  • Unit 4: Knowledge management process, Approaches to knowledge management
  • Unit 5: Knowledge management strategies
International Trade Policy and Strategy
  • Unit 1: Review of Economic Theory on International Trade
  • Unit 2: The Global Institutional Structure
  • Unit 3: India’s Industrialization Strategy and International Trade
  • Unit 4: Experience of Select Developing Countries
Transactional and Cross Cultural Marketing
  • Unit 1: Global Marketing
  • Unit 2: Developing a global vision through marketing research
  • Unit 3: Outsourcing Research, developing a Global Information System
  • Unit 4: Pricing decisions

Semester 6

Course 1 Business Policy and Strategy

  • Unit 1: Nature & importance of business policy & strategy
  • Unit 2: Environmental Analysis & Diagnosis
  • Unit 3: Formulation of competitive strategies
  • Unit 4: Strategic Framework
Course 2 Financial Institutions and Markets
  • Unit 1: Structure of Indian Financial System
  • Unit 2: Introduction to Financial Markets in Indi
  • Unit 3: Secondary Market in India
  • Unit 4: Money Markets & Debt Markets in India

Course 3 Discipline Specific Elective Courses

Project Appraisal
  • Unit 1: Appraisal
  • Unit 2: Market Analysis
  • Unit 3: Investment appraisal
  • Unit 4: Project risk assessment
Business Analysis and Valuation
  • Unit 1: Analysis of Corporate Financial Statements
  • Unit 2: Cash Flows
  • Unit 3: Introduction to Valuation
  • Unit 4: Firm Valuation Models
Advertising and Brand Management
  • Unit 1: Advertising need & importance
  • Unit 2: How advertising works
  • Unit 3: Media planning & scheduling
  • Unit 4: Management of sales promotion
Distribution and Supply Chain Management
  • Unit 1: The channel system
  • Unit 2: Distribution
  • Unit 3: Concepts and importance of a Supply Chain (SC)
  • Unit 3: Dynamics of supply chain
  • Unit 5: Strategic Alliances
HRD: System and Strategies
  • Unit 1: Human Resource Development (HRD)
  • Unit 2: HRD Interventions
  • Unit 3: HRD Applications
  • Unit 4: Evaluating the HRD Effor
Counselling and Negotiating Skills for Managers
  • Unit 1: Counselling
  • Unit 2: Changing Behaviours through Counselling
  • Unit 3: Negotiation
  • Unit 4: Role of trust in negotiations
Cross Cultural HRM
  • Unit 1: Introduction to concepts of culture and nationality
  • Unit 2: Managing diversity
  • Unit 3: Performance appraisal
  • Unit 4: Repatriation
  • Unit 5: International industrial relations
International Distribution and Supply Chain Management
  • Unit 1: Introduction to Supply Chain Management
  • Unit 2: Strategic issues in Supply Chain
  • Unit 3: Logistics Network Design for Global Operations Global Logistics Network Configuration, Orienting International Facilities
  • Unit 4: Performance Measurement and Evaluation in Global Logistics
International Accounting and Reporting System
  • Unit 1: Global accounting standard
  • Unit 2: International Accounting Standard Committee (IASC)
  • Unit 3: International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
  • Unit 4: A Comparative Perspective of Accounting:
International Joint Ventures, Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Unit 1: Joint Ventures
  • Unit 2: Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Unit 3: Deal Valuation and Evaluation
  • Unit 4: Post-Merger Evaluation
Research Project & Viva Voce
  • Each student is required to take a research project related to his/her area of specialisation opted in the elective. The topic shall be duly approved by the Head of the Department /Principal to write a dissertation report.

So now you have the detailed syllabus about the HNB Garhwal of the B.B.A. we are soon going to update more and more syllabus of the various subjects so keep in touch with us. If you have any queries or view about the article then please comment in the comment box.

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