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Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Examination
Semester – V
Paper-I Entrepreneurship Development
Unit I:Entrepreneur & Entrepreneurship: Evolution of the concept of Entrepreneurs, Characteristics of an Entrepreneur, Distinction between an entrepreneur and a manager; functions of an entrepreneur, types of entrepreneurs, concept of intrapreneurs; growth of entrepreneurship in India, role of entrepreneurship in economic development,.
Unit II:Entrepreneurial growth: Factors – Economic factors, non-economic factors, Government actions; Entrepreneurial competencies – meaning, major competencies, developing competencies; Entrepreneurship Development Programs (EDPs) – Need, objectives, course content of EDPs, phases of EDPs, evaluating EDPs.
Unit III:Small Enterprises: An introductory framework: Definition, characteristics, relationship between small and large units, rationale, objectives, scope, opportunities for entrepreneurial career, problems of SSIs; Project Identification and Selection (PIS) – Meaning of project, project identification, project selection, contents of project reports, formulation of project reports; Project Appraisal – Concept, methods, economic analysis, financial analysis, market analysis, technical feasibility, managerial competence.
Unit IV:Institutional& financial support to Entrepreneurs: Need for institutional support, various institutions supporting entrepreneurship in India – MIDC, MSME, MCED, DIC, SSIB, MSSIDC, BIFR; Financial support to entrepreneurs: Commercial banks, other financial institutions – IDBI, IFCI, SFCs, SIDBI, venture capital.
1. Entrepreneurship 6 th edition. Robert D Hisrich , Tata McGraw-Hill.
2. Kuratko- Entrepreneurship – A Contemporary Approach, (Thomson Learning Books)
3. Small-Scale Industries and Entrepreneurship. Desai, Vasant (2003). Himalaya
Publishing House, Delhi.
4. S.S. Khanka – Entrepreneurial Development (S. Chand & Co.)
5. Exploring Entrepreneurship, Blundel& Lockett, Oxford University Press
6. Entrepreneurship, Roy, Oxford University Press
Semester – V
Paper-II Principles of Operations Management
Unit I: Introduction to Operations Management: Introduction to Operations Management, its Nature, Scope, Importance and Functions. Difference between production, manufacturing and service. Concept and types of production, mass, job-based, batch and assembly line production system. Types of services.
Unit II: Facilities and Production Planning : Factors affecting plant location, types of plant layouts –product layout, process layout, fixed position layout, cellular layout, types of service layouts. Concept of production planning, definitions of capacities, master production schedule, material planning. Introduction to maintenance.
Unit III: Material Management: Scope of materials management, Purchase and Stores Functions, Introduction to warehouse management, Concept of Lead time, re-order level, minimum and maximum stock, Basic concepts of Inventory management, inventory costs, ordering and carrying cost.
Unit IV: Quality Management and Productivity: Introduction to quality, dimensions of quality, concept of product, process and service quality. Introduction to Quality Management System, concept of TQM, ISO, Kaizen, Quality circles, Six-sigma.Concepts of productivity, machine, labour and cost productivity.
1. Operations Management by Shridhar, Himalaya Publishing House
2. Operations Management Nair: TMH
3. Production and Operations Management, Adam & Ebert, Prentice Hall India
4. Operations Management by Chary ,Mcgraw Publications, 4th edition.
5. Production and Operations Management, K.Aswathappa&K.ShridharaBhat,
6. Production and Operations Management, R.Panneerselvam, 3
rd Edition, Eastern
Semester – V
Paper -III International Business Environment
Unit I: Introduction to International Business: Importance, nature and scope of International business; Modes of entry into International Business; Internationalization process and managerial implications;Issues in foreign investments, technology transfer, pricing and regulations; International collaborative arrangements and strategic alliances; Concept and significance of balance of payments account
Unit II: International Business Environment: Economic, Political, Cultural and Legal environments in International Business. Framework for analyzing international business environment.
Unit III: Global Trading and Investment Environment: World trade in goods and services – Major trends and developments; World trade and protectionism – Tariff and non-tariff barriers; Foreign investments-Pattern, Structure and effects; Movements in foreign exchange and interest rates and their impact on trade and investment flows.
Unit IV: International Economic Institutions and Agreements: WTO, WTO and Developing Countries, IMF, World Bank, UNCTAD, International commodity trading and agreements. Structure and functioning of EC and NAFTA, Regional Economic Groupings in Practice: Levels of Regional Economic Integration; Regionalism vs. Multilateralism; Important Regional Economic Groupings in the World.
1. Bennet, Roger, International Business, Financial Times, Pitman Publishing, London.
2. Bhattacharya, B., Going International: Response Strategies of the Indian Sector,
Wheeler Publishing, New Delhi.
3. Czinkota, Michael R., et. al., International Business, the Dryden Press, Fortworth.
4. Danoes, John D. and Radebaugh, Lee H., International Business: Environment and
Operations, Addison Wesley, Readings.
5. Hill, Charles W. L., International Business, McGraw Hill, New York.
Semester – V
Paper-IV Research Methodology
Unit I: Introduction – Meaning, Objectives and Types of research, Research Approach, Research Process, Relevance & scope of research in management. Research Design – Features of good Design, Types of Research Design,
Unit II: Sampling Design – Steps in sample Design, Characteristics of a good sample Design, Probability & Non Probability sampling. Hypothesis – Meaning, Types, Process, Formation of Hypothesis, Testing of Hypothesis
Unit III: Measurement & scaling techniques – Errors in measurement. Test of sound measurement, Scaling and scale construction technique. Attitude Measurement and Scales: Introduction to attitude – Various Methods to measure attitude.
Unit IV: Methods of data collection – Primary data – questionnaire and interviews; Collection of secondary data. Interpretation of data – Techniques of Interpretation, Report writing, Layout of a project report, preparing research reports.
1. Research Methodology – C.R. Kothari
2. Business Research Methods – Naval Bajpai
3. Business Research Methodology – J K. Sachdev