Department of
INSTITUTE-OF-MANAGEMENT-MBA






Syllabus for
Master of Business Administration
Academic Year  (2019)

 
1 Semester - 2019 - Batch
Paper Code
Paper
Hours Per
Week
Credits
Marks
MBA111 MENTORING AND CURRENT AFFAIRS 3 3 100
MBA111N MENTORING AND CURRENT AFFAIRS 3 3 100
MBA131 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS 3 3 100
MBA131L FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS 3 3 100
MBA131N FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS 3 3 100
MBA132 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS 3 3 100
MBA132L MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS 3 3 100
MBA132N MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS 3 3 100
MBA133 MANAGING IT, DATA AND BUSINESS SYSTEMS 3 3 100
MBA133L MANAGING IT, DATA AND BUSINESS SYSTEMS 3 3 100
MBA133N MANAGING IT, DATA AND BUSINESS SYSTEMS 3 3 100
MBA134 UNDERSTANDING BUSINESS 3 3 100
MBA134L UNDERSTANDING BUSINESS 3 3 100
MBA134N UNDERSTANDING BUSINESS 3 3 100
MBA135 STATISTICS FOR MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA135L STATISTICS FOR MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA135N STATISTICS FOR MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA136 FOUNDATIONS OF MARKETING MANAGEMENT 1 1 50
MBA136L FOUNDATIONS OF MARKETING MANAGEMENT 2 1 50
MBA136N FOUNDATIONS OF MARKETING MANAGEMENT 1 1 50
MBA137L BUSINESS COMMUNICATION 3 3 100
MBA181 ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE TRAINING 0 2 100
MBA181N ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE TRAINING 0 2 100
2 Semester - 2019 - Batch
Paper Code
Paper
Hours Per
Week
Credits
Marks
MBA211 MENTORING AND CURRENT AFFAIRS 3 3 100
MBA231 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 3 3 50
MBA231L MARKETING MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA231N MARKETING MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA232 INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP BEHAVIOUR IN ORGANIZATIONS 3 3 100
MBA232L INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP BEHAVIOUR IN ORGANIZATIONS 3 3 100
MBA232N INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP BEHAVIOUR IN ORGANIZATIONS 3 3 100
MBA233 MANAGEMENT SCIENCE 3 3 100
MBA233L MANAGEMENT SCIENCE 3 3 100
MBA233N MANAGEMENT SCIENCE 3 3 100
MBA234 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA234L FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA234N FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA235 MICROSOFT EXCEL 2 2 50
MBA235L MICROSOFT EXCEL 2 1 50
MBA235N MICROSOFT EXCEL 3 1 50
MBA236 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA236N OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA239 ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1 1 50
MBA239L ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1 1 50
MBA239N ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1 1 50
3 Semester - 2019 - Batch
Paper Code
Paper
Hours Per
Week
Credits
Marks
MBA3041B BUSINESS DATA MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA3041F SECURITY ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT 4 4 100
MBA3041FL SECURITY ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT 5 4 100
MBA3041FN SECURITY ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT 4 4 100
MBA3041H INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 3 3 100
MBA3041HN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 2 3 100
MBA3041L QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AND PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT 3 3 100
MBA3041M SALES MANAGEMENT AND NEGOTIATION SKILLS 6 3 100
MBA3041ML SALES MANAGEMENT AND NEGOTIATION SKILLS 3 3 100
MBA3041MN SALES MANAGEMENT AND NEGOTIATION SKILLS 3 3 100
MBA3042B ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND MACHINE LEARNING: CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS 3 3 100
MBA3042BN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND MACHINE LEARNING: CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS 3 3 50
MBA3042F MANAGEMENT OF BANKS 3 3 100
MBA3042FL MANAGEMENT OF BANKS 3 3 100
MBA3042FN MANAGEMENT OF BANKS 3 3 100
MBA3042H TALENT AQUISITION AND WORKFORCE PLANNING 3 3 100
MBA3042HN TALENT ACQUISITION & WORKFORCE PLANNING 3 3 100
MBA3042L BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND ANALYTICS 3 3 100
MBA3042M MARKETING RESEARCH AND ANALYTICS 3 3 100
MBA3042ML MARKETING RESEARCH 3 3 100
MBA3042MN MARKETING RESEARCH & ANALYTICS 3 3 100
MBA3043B STATISTICAL MODELING USING R 3 3 100
MBA3043FL FIXED INCOME SECURITIES 3 3 100
MBA3043H PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEE COUNSELING 3 3 100
MBA3043HN PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEE COUNSELING 2 3 100
MBA3043L LEAN OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA3043M FUNDAMENTALS OF SERVICE MARKETING 3 3 100
MBA3043ML FUNDAMENTALS OF SERVICE MARKETING 3 3 100
MBA3043MN FUNDAMENTALS OF SERVICE MARKETING 3 3 100
MBA311 MENTORING AND CURRENT AFFAIRS 3 3 100
MBA331 MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCES 3 3 100
MBA331L MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCES 3 3 100
MBA331N MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCES 3 3 100
MBA332L RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 3 3 100
MBA333 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 3 3 100
MBA333A ADVANCED STATISTICS FOR MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA333B MACRO ECONOMICS 3 3 100
MBA333C ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING 3 3 100
MBA333L BUSINESS ANALYTICS 3 3 100
MBA333N RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 3 3 100
MBA334 INTEGRATED BASICS OF SUSTAINABILITY 2 1 50
MBA334L INTEGRATED BASICS OF SUSTAINABILITY 1 1 50
MBA334N INTEGRATED BASICS OF SUSTAINABILITY 1 1 50
MBA351 CROSS FUNCTIONAL DECISION MAKING 2 1 50
4 Semester - 2018 - Batch
Paper Code
Paper
Hours Per
Week
Credits
Marks
MBA4041B PROGRAMMING WITH PYTHON 3 3 100
MBA4041F INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA4041L BUSINESS ANALYSIS I 3 3 100
MBA4041M DISTRIBUTION AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 6 3 100
MBA4042B PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS I 3 3 100
MBA4042F DERIVATIVES 3 3 100
MBA4042H HUMAN RESOURCE METRICS AND ANALYTICS 3 3 100
MBA4042L SUPPLY CHAIN AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA4042M CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR 30 3 100
MBA4043B BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND VISUALIZATION 3 3 100
MBA4043F MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES 1 2 100
MBA4043M BUSINESS TO BUSINESS 3 3 100
MBA4044H LABOUR LAW - I 3 3 100
MBA4045H LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT 3 3 100
MBA431 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA432D BUSINESS ANALYSIS 3 3 100
MBA432E MACRO ECONOMICS 3 3 100
MBA432F DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES 3 3 100
MBA443AL OPERATIONS PLANNING AND CONTROL 3 3 100
MBA443BL ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA444BF BUSINESS VALUATION 3 3 100
MBA444CF FIXED INCOME SECURITIES 3 3 100
MBA451F FINANCIAL ECONOMETRICS 2 2 100
MBA452F ELEMENTARY ECONOMETRICS 3 2 100
MBA453F TAXATION FOR MANAGERS 1 1 50
MBA481 SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROJECT 10 4 200
5 Semester - 2018 - Batch
Paper Code
Paper
Hours Per
Week
Credits
Marks
MBA5041B BIG DATA ANALYTICS 3 3 100
MBA5041F MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 2 3 100
MBA5041H ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT 3 3 100
MBA5041M MARKETING METRICS 3 3 100
MBA5042B PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS II 3 3 100
MBA5042H LABOUR LAW -II 3 3 100
MBA5042M STRATEGIC MARKETING MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA5043B TEXT AND SOCIAL MEDIA ANALYTICS 3 3 100
MBA5043H COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA531A ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND STARTUP 3 3 100
MBA531B INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 3 3 100
MBA531C BLUE OCEAN STRATEGY 3 3 100
MBA532A PROJECT MANAGEMENT - CONCEPTS AND APPLICATION 3 3 100
MBA532B ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR MANAGERS 3 3 100
MBA542AF MERGERS, ACQUISITIONS AND RESTRUCTURING 3 3 100
MBA542BF FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA542BL SUPPLY CHAIN DESIGN AND MODELLING 3 3 100
MBA542CL AGILE MANAGEMENT OF SOFTWARE PROJECTS 3 3 100
MBA543AL WORLD CLASS MANUFACTURING 3 3 100
MBA543AM ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS 3 3 100
MBA543BF ANALYTICS FOR FINANCE 3 3 100
MBA543BL IT SERVICE MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA543BM RETAILING MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA543CF FINANCIAL PLANNING AND WEALTH MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA544AH HUMAN RELATIONS SKILLS 3 3 100
MBA544AL SERVICE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA544BH ADVANCED ORGANIZATION BEHAVIOUR AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE 3 3 100
MBA544BL MANAGING AUDIT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS, RISKS AND CONTROLS 3 3 100
MBA545A CUSTOMER CENTRICITY 30 3 3
MBA545B PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING 1 1 0
MBA545C SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 2 1 0
MBA545D MANAGING PEOPLE AT WORK 3 3 150
MBA545E FAMILY BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 2 1 0
MBA551F SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES 1 0 50
MBA552F PROJECT APPRAISAL AND FINANCE 1 1 50
MBA583 INDUSTRY PRACTICUM - LOS 1 1 0
MBA584 INDUSTRY PRACTICUM - MARKETING 1 2 150
MBA585 INDUSTRY PRACTICUM - HR 3 4 150
MBA586 CAPSTONE PROJECT 3 4 200
6 Semester - 2018 - Batch
Paper Code
Paper
Hours Per
Week
Credits
Marks
MBA6041B COGNITIVE ANALYTICS 3 1 50
MBA6041F STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA6041H INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA6041L SUSTAINABLE OPERATIONS 3 3 100
MBA6041M BRAND MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA6042B ANALYTICS APPLICATIONS IN FUNCTIONAL AREAS 3 3 100
MBA6042H LATEST TRENDS IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 3 3 100
MBA631A LEADERSHIP AND BUSINESS ETHICS 3 3 100
MBA631B INNOVATION AND DESIGN THINKING 3 3 100
MBA631C COST ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS 3 3 100
MBA631D E-BUSINESS 3 3 100
MBA642AF INSURANCE 3 3 100
MBA642AL BUSINESS ANALYSIS - II 3 3 100
MBA642AM DIGITIAL MARKETING 3 3 100
MBA642BL INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS 3 3 100
MBA642BM CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT 6 3 100
MBA642CF FINANCIAL ENGINEERING 3 3 100
MBA642DF BEHAVIORAL FINANCE 3 3 100
MBA645A CUSTOMER CENTRICITY 30 3 3
MBA645B PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING 3 3 150
MBA645C SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 3 3 150
MBA645D MANAGING PEOPLE AT WORK 3 3 150
MBA645E FAMILY BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 3 3 150
MBA651F ETHICS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE 1 1 50
MBA651L IT LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE 2 2 100
MBA682 MASTERS THESIS 15 1 50
MBA683 INDUSTRY PRACTICUM - LOS 3 3 150
MBA684 INDUSTRY PRACTICUM - MARKETING 2 3 150
MBA685 INDUSTRY PRACTICUM - HR 3 4 150
MBA686 CAPSTONE PROJECT 3 4 100
        

          

          

          

  

Assesment Pattern

CIA-1        10 Marks

CIA-2        25 Marks

CIA-3         30 Marks

Attendance   5 Marks

End Term      30 Marks

Total            100 Marks

Examination And Assesments

CIA I:                                                                                                           10 marks 

Assignment. Case analysis on Units 1, 2 and 3. Mini project on developing a research project proposal

CIA 2:                                                                                             25 marks

MCQ and Research Based Assignment

CIA III:   MCQ and Research Based Assignment                            30 marks 

Attendance                                                                                           5 Marks

End term:                                                                                          30  marks 

Two  hours examination on topics covered in all the units. Questions based on understanding and application of concepts related to research design and process

Department Overview:
Institute of Management, CHRIST (Deemed to be University) offers professional, 2-year management programmes leading to MBA degree in the areas of Finance, Marketing, Lean Operations & Systems, Human Resource and Business Analytics. The institute functions from both the Main and the Kengeri campuses. The institute has well qualified faculty with most having relevant industrial experience. Two large libraries and two state-of-the-art laboratories provide for a varied and experiential learning environment. The institute also provides free and easy access to high quality teaching and learning resources such as case studies, journals, databases and simulation games through subscription to reputed publishers. The Institute of Management offers placement facility to students with an excellent track record so far. Every year large number of reputed organizations visit our institute for hiring our students from all specializations. National level conferences for faculties and students, national case study conference business festivals for students are among the highly reputed academic events in the country.
Mission Statement:
To develop a community of socially responsible, creative and enterprising leaders to operate in a knowledge-based, globalized and dynamic world.
Introduction to Program:
The MBA programme consists of six trimesters. Students move to specialization courses during the last four trimesters. Most of the courses are of 3 credits with coverage of 30 hours. The course curriculum is designed for academic depth and employability in the industry. Variety of pedagogy are used in addition to the regular class room teaching, such as case sessions, simulations, management games, laboratories and research-based assignments. Experiential, student centric learning is the highlight of the programme. Co-curricular activities such as organizational study, mentoring and current affairs sessions, book reviews, paper presentation conferences augment the regular classes. Extracurricular activities hone up the organizing skills and teamwork among the students. In addition to the regular MBA programme, Institute of Management also offers three post graduate programmes in collaboration with foreign universities. In collaboration with Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), USA, a dual degree programme with MBA from CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and MS Finance/Global Marketing Management/ Information Systems / Decision Analytics is offered. In collaboration with University of Applied Sciences W?rzburg-Schweinfurt (FHWS), MBA from FHWS and MB in Finance/Marketing from CHRIST (Deemed to be University) is offered. In collaboration with WMU, USA, a dual degree programme with MBA from CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and MBA from WMU is offered.
Program Objective:
The management training programme focuses on the development of the whole person equipped with the following skills and attitudes to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. Communication skills Negotiating Skills, Writing business memos and reports, Public speaking, Inter personal and group communication General Awareness Current affairs, Analysis of events, Impact of National and International developments on business Analytical Skills Problem definition, Problem Solving Skills, Evaluation of alternatives, Being comfortable with uncertainty, Dealing with complexity, Managing risk, Translating theory into practice Attitudes Willingness to learn, and change ? adaptability, Social and cultural sensitivity, Commitment to excellence, customer satisfaction, Espirit de corps, team work, mutual respect and hard work, Inter and Intra individual harmony, Dedication, Conceptual Skills Integrated view of business and management problems, Inter-relationship between functions, Ideation and innovation, Computer usage skills Application of software for decision making

Assesment Pattern

CIA-1        10 Marks

CIA-2        25 Marks

CIA-3         30 Marks

Attendance   5 Marks

End Term      30 Marks

Total            100 Marks

Examination And Assesments

CIA I:                                                                                                           10 marks 

Assignment. Case analysis on Units 1, 2 and 3. Mini project on developing a research project proposal

CIA 2:                                                                                             25 marks

MCQ and Research Based Assignment

CIA III:   MCQ and Research Based Assignment                            30 marks 

Attendance                                                                                           5 Marks

End term:                                                                                          30  marks 

Two  hours examination on topics covered in all the units. Questions based on understanding and application of concepts related to research design and process

Department Overview:
Institute of Management, CHRIST (Deemed to be University) offers professional, 2-year management programmes leading to MBA degree in the areas of Finance, Marketing, Lean Operations & Systems, Human Resource and Business Analytics. The institute functions from both the Main and the Kengeri campuses. The institute has well qualified faculty with most having relevant industrial experience. Two large libraries and two state-of-the-art laboratories provide for a varied and experiential learning environment. The institute also provides free and easy access to high quality teaching and learning resources such as case studies, journals, databases and simulation games through subscription to reputed publishers. The Institute of Management offers placement facility to students with an excellent track record so far. Every year large number of reputed organizations visit our institute for hiring our students from all specializations. National level conferences for faculties and students, national case study conference business festivals for students are among the highly reputed academic events in the country.
Mission Statement:
To develop a community of socially responsible, creative and enterprising leaders to operate in a knowledge-based, globalized and dynamic world.
Introduction to Program:
The MBA programme consists of six trimesters. Students move to specialization courses during the last four trimesters. Most of the courses are of 3 credits with coverage of 30 hours. The course curriculum is designed for academic depth and employability in the industry. Variety of pedagogy are used in addition to the regular class room teaching, such as case sessions, simulations, management games, laboratories and research-based assignments. Experiential, student centric learning is the highlight of the programme. Co-curricular activities such as organizational study, mentoring and current affairs sessions, book reviews, paper presentation conferences augment the regular classes. Extracurricular activities hone up the organizing skills and teamwork among the students. In addition to the regular MBA programme, Institute of Management also offers three post graduate programmes in collaboration with foreign universities. In collaboration with Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), USA, a dual degree programme with MBA from CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and MS Finance/Global Marketing Management/ Information Systems / Decision Analytics is offered. In collaboration with University of Applied Sciences W?rzburg-Schweinfurt (FHWS), MBA from FHWS and MB in Finance/Marketing from CHRIST (Deemed to be University) is offered. In collaboration with WMU, USA, a dual degree programme with MBA from CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and MBA from WMU, USA is offered
Program Objective:
The management training programme focuses on the development of the whole person equipped with the following skills and attitudes to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. Communication skills Negotiating Skills, Writing business memos and reports, Public speaking, Inter personal and group communication General Awareness Current affairs, Analysis of events, Impact of National and International developments on business Analytical Skills Problem definition, Problem Solving Skills, Evaluation of alternatives, Being comfortable with uncertainty, Dealing with complexity, Managing risk, Translating theory into practice Attitudes Willingness to learn, and change ? adaptability, Social and cultural sensitivity, Commitment to excellence, customer satisfaction, Espirit de corps, team work, mutual respect and hard work, Inter and Intra individual harmony, Dedication, Conceptual Skills Integrated view of business and management problems, Inter-relationship between functions, Ideation and innovation, Computer usage skills Application of software for decision making

Assesment Pattern

Most of the courses are driven through hands-on approach. Hence, they have departmental level examination. Concepts are tested through class assignments and MCQs.

Theoretical courses are assessed through written examination

Examination And Assesments

 

 

All courses are evaluated out of 100.

 

 

 

CIA I - 15 marks

 

CIA II - 25 marks

 

CIA III - 15 marks 

 

End term Project or exam - 40 marks

Attendance - 5 marks

Department Overview:
Christ Institute of Management, Lavasa, Christ University, offers professional, 2-year management programmes leading to the award of the MBA degree in the areas of Finance, Marketing, Business Analytics, and Human Resource & Organizational Behaviour. The Institute has well qualified faculty with most having relevant industrial experience. The curriculum and pedagogy aim to provide for a varied and experiential learning environment. The Institute also provides free and easy access to high quality teaching and learning resources such as case studies, journals, databases and simulation games through subscription to reputed publishers. The Institute of Management offers placement facility to students with an excellent track record so far. Every year, large number of reputed organizations visit our Institute for hiring our students from all specializations. National level conferences for faculty and students, national case study conference business festivals for students are among the highly reputed academic events in the country.
Mission Statement:
To develop a community of socially responsible, creative and enterprising leaders to operate in a knowledge-based, globalized and dynamic world.
Introduction to Program:
The MBA programme consists of six trimesters. Students move to specialization courses during the last four trimesters. Most of the courses carry 2 credits with 30 contact hours. The course curriculum is designed for academic depth and employability in industry. A variety of pedagogy are used in addition to the regular class room teaching such as case sessions, simulations, management games, laboratories and research based assignments. Experiential, student- centric learning is the highlight of the programme. Latest technology in the teaching-learning process including Learning Management Process, Flipped classrooms, co-teaching, Digital learning form an integral part of the learning process. Co-curricular activities such as organizational structure study, mentoring and current affairs sessions, book reviews, paper presentation conferences augment learning through regular classes. Extracurricular activities hone up organizing skills and teamwork among the students.
Program Objective:
The main objectives of the MBA programmes offered by Institute of Management are as under: 1. Innovative and contemporary post graduate management academic programme. 2. Develop critical thinking and problem solving ability among students. 3. Promote high quality research and consultancy both of local and global relevance. 4. To be a socially responsible organization through initiatives and compliance. 5. Provision of state-of-the-art infrastructure to facilitate teaching, learning and research. 6. Develop multi-faceted, holistic personality among students. 7. A self-sustaining, strong governance structure

Assesment Pattern

CIA-1        10 Marks

CIA-2        25 Marks

CIA-3         30 Marks

Attendance   5 Marks

End Term      30 Marks

Total            100 Marks

Examination And Assesments

CIA I:                                                                                                           10 marks 

Assignment. Case analysis on Units 1, 2 and 3. Mini project on developing a research project proposal

CIA 2:                                                                                             25 marks

MCQ and Research Based Assignment

CIA III:   MCQ and Research Based Assignment                            30 marks 

Attendance                                                                                           5 Marks

End term:                                                                                          30  marks 

Two  hours examination on topics covered in all the units. Questions based on understanding and application of concepts related to research design and process

Department Overview:
Institute of Management, CHRIST (Deemed to be University) offers professional, 2-year management programmes leading to MBA degree in the areas of Finance, Marketing, Lean Operations & Systems, Human Resource and Business Analytics. The institute functions from both the Main and the Kengeri campuses. The institute has well qualified faculty with most having relevant industrial experience. Two large libraries and two state-of-the-art laboratories provide for a varied and experiential learning environment. The institute also provides free and easy access to high quality teaching and learning resources such as case studies, journals, databases and simulation games through subscription to reputed publishers. The Institute of Management offers placement facility to students with an excellent track record so far. Every year large number of reputed organizations visit our institute for hiring our students from all specializations. National level conferences for faculties and students, national case study conference business festivals for students are among the highly reputed academic events in the country.
Mission Statement:
To develop a community of socially responsible, creative and enterprising leaders to operate in a knowledge-based, globalized and dynamic world.
Introduction to Program:
The MBA programme consists of six trimesters. Students move to specialization courses during the last four trimesters. Most of the courses are of 3 credits with coverage of 30 hours. The course curriculum is designed for academic depth and employability in the industry. Variety of pedagogy are used in addition to the regular class room teaching, such as case sessions, simulations, management games, laboratories and research-based assignments. Experiential, student centric learning is the highlight of the programme. Co-curricular activities such as organizational study, mentoring and current affairs sessions, book reviews, paper presentation conferences augment the regular classes. Extracurricular activities hone up the organizing skills and teamwork among the students.
Program Objective:
The management training programme focuses on the development of the whole person equipped with the following skills and attitudes to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. Communication skills Negotiating Skills, Writing business memos and reports, Public speaking, Inter personal and group communication General Awareness Current affairs, Analysis of events, Impact of National and International developments on business Analytical Skills Problem definition, Problem Solving Skills, Evaluation of alternatives, Being comfortable with uncertainty, Dealing with complexity, Managing risk, Translating theory into practice Attitudes Willingness to learn, and change ? adaptability, Social and cultural sensitivity, Commitment to excellence, customer satisfaction, Espirit de corps, team work, mutual respect and hard work, Inter and Intra individual harmony, Dedication, Conceptual Skills Integrated view of business and management problems, Inter-relationship between functions, Ideation and innovation, Computer usage skills Application of software for decision making

MBA111 - MENTORING AND CURRENT AFFAIRS (2019 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:30
No of Lecture Hours/Week:3
Max Marks:100
Credits:3

Course Objectives/Course Description

 

Mentoring is a highly valuable development activity where a more experienced and knowledgeable person guides a less experienced and less knowledgeable person to achieve one’s career goals and objectives. It is an one-on-one ongoing interaction between the mentor and the mentee focussing on his/her individual development over a period of time.

 

Learning Outcome

Knowledge: Mentees develop a habit of keeping themselves updated on the latest happenings in the business world. They also get clarity on the choice of specialization to be pursued. Skill: Mentees develop presentation skills, communication skills, leadership skills and analytical skills. Attitude: Mentees develop a positive attitude towards learning process apart from time management and punctuality.  

Unit-1
Teaching Hours:30
Industrial Domain Knowledge
 

Developing various soft skills and analytical skills through analysis of current affairs on a continuous basis 

Text Books And Reference Books:

Reading material as provided by mentor

Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

Daily newspaper and periodicals

Evaluation Pattern

Mentees are assessed based on the following parameters:

Review of SWOT - II Book reading and review Preparation for regular updation of news events Individual contribution to the mentoring session (Enthusiasm, initiative) Group presentations (Content, Delivery) Any other activity adopted by mentor

MBA111N - MENTORING AND CURRENT AFFAIRS (2019 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:30
No of Lecture Hours/Week:3
Max Marks:100
Credits:3

Course Objectives/Course Description

 

Course Objectives/Course Description

Mentoring is a highly valuable development activity where a more experienced and knowledgeable person guides a less experienced and less knowledgeable person to achieve one’s career goals and objectives. It is an one-on-one ongoing interaction between the mentor and the mentee focussing on his/her individual development over a period of time.

 

Learning Outcome

Knowledge: Mentees develop a habit of keeping themselves updated on the latest happenings in the business world. They also get clarity on the choice of specialization to be pursued. Skill: Mentees develop presentation skills, communication skills, leadership skills and analytical skills. Attitude: Mentees develop a positive attitude towards learning process apart from time management and punctuality.  

Unit-1
Teaching Hours:30
Industrial Domain Knowledge
 

Developing various soft skills and analytical skills through analysis of current affairs on a continuous basis 

Text Books And Reference Books:

Reading material as provided by mentor

Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

Daily newspaper and periodicals

Evaluation Pattern

Mentees are assessed based on the following parameters:

 

Review of SWOT - II Book reading and review .Preparation for regular updation of news events Individual contribution to the mentoring session (Enthusiasm, initiative) Group presentations (Content, Delivery) Any other activity adopted by mentor

MBA131 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS (2019 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:30
No of Lecture Hours/Week:3
Max Marks:100
Credits:3

Course Objectives/Course Description

 

Course Description

Accounting is at the heart of the information age. By studying this course, the student will learn about the concepts, rules and procedures, and analysis that are useful in everyday activity connected to finance.  This course describes the concepts of accounting, its principles, users and uses of the accounting information, recording of transactions in journal, ledger and subsidiary books, bank reconciliation statement and trial balance.  The course also discusses preparation of income statement and balance sheet.

Course Objective

This course attempts to familiarize the students the concepts, principles and the role of accounting in business so as to make them skilled enough to analyze and interpret the financial health of an organization and use the same for fact based decision making.

Learning Outcome

By the end of the course, the students should be able to:

Knowledge

  • Understand  the  fundamentals  of  financial accounting, the principles and concepts underlying them. (CLO 1)
  • Understand the language of business through financial accounting. (CLO 1)
  • Appreciate decision facilitating roles of accounting information. (CLO 2)
  • Read and understand contemporary developments in the area of accounting. (CLO 12)

Skills

  • Analyse a transaction throughout its cycle and record them too. (CLO 13)
  • Construct the financial statements viz., the Income Statement and Balance Sheet. (CLO 15)

Attitude

  • Develop an attitude of integrative thinking while analyzing and interpreting financial statements and accounting information. (CLO 23)
  • Appreciate the ethical dimensions in accounting and reporting and be able to adopt a socially responsible outlook while preparing accounting statements. (CLO 25)
  • Appraise an integrative understanding of the entire business while reading and / or preparing financial statements. (CLO 21)
  • Understand the importance of collaborative functioning in diverse teams to achieve the common organizational goal of value creation to all the stake holders.  (CLO 21)

 

Unit-1
Teaching Hours:2
Introduction to Accounting
 
  • Introduction to Accounting, Need for Accounting, Aim and influence of accounting in the information age.
  • Identification of forms of organization and their characteristics.
  • Identification and description of three major activities in organizations.
  • Identification of users and uses of accounting.
  • Explanation and interpretation of accounting equation
Unit-2
Teaching Hours:5
Financial Accounting ? Concept, Conceptions, IGAAP & IFRS
 
  • Accounting Standards - IGAAP & IFRS                   
  • Meaning of accounting principles – Concepts & Conventions
  • Accounting Process
  • Accounting equation – Asset account, Liability account & Equity account
  • Analyzing transactions – Transaction analysis
  • Debits and credits and explanation regarding their role in double-entry accounting.

 

Unit-3
Teaching Hours:10
Steps in Processing Transaction
 
  • Double-entry book-keeping system, Journal, Ledger, Posting, Debits, Credits,
  • Trial Balance, Adjusting entries,
  • Final Accounts for non-corporate (Manufacturing Trading, P&L, B/S),
  • Final Accounts for Corporate (P&L, B/S, P&L Appropriation).

 

Unit-4
Teaching Hours:5
Subsidiary Books
 
  • Meaning of subsidiary books
  • Types of subsidiary books
  • Preparation of Cash book – Two column & three column cash book
  • Bank reconciliation statement
  • Meaning & classification of accounting errors
Unit-5
Teaching Hours:8
Preparation of Disclosure ? Annual Report
 
  • Disclosure of information
  • Indian Accounting Standards
  • Legal requirement (Company” Act, SEBI, Income-Tax Act etc.)
  • Revenue Recognition
  • Fixed Assets & Depreciation Accounting
  • Intangible Assets
  • Inventory valuation.
Text Books And Reference Books:

Naryanaswamy, R. Financial accounting – A Management perspective, (6th ed.). PHI

Essential Reading / Recommended Reading
  1. Anthony, Robert. (2009), Accounting text and cases. New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publications.
  2. Bhattacharya, A.B. (2010). Financial accounting for business managers. (3rd Ed.). New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India.
  3. Gupta, Ambrish., Financial accounting for management. New Delhi: Pearson Publications.
  4. Lal, Jawahar., & Srivastava, Seema. Cost accounting. New Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill Publications.
  5. Maheshwari S.N., Advance accounting. New Delhi: Vikash Publishing House.
  6. N.Ramchandran., & Kakani. (2010), Financial accounting for management (3rd ed.). Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publications.
  7. Prasanna, Chandra.(2010). Managers guide to finance and accounting. New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publications.
  8. Tulsian, P.C. (2010). Financial accounting. New Delhi:  Pearson Publications.

 

Evaluation Pattern

#

Component

% of Marks

Details

1

CIA 1

10%

 Marks

(One Assignment, group or individual)

2

CIA 2

25%

Marks

(Written Exam for 2 Hrs)

3

CIA 3

30%

Marks

(15% One Assignment, 15% Quiz)

4

End Term Examination

30%

Marks

(Written Exam for 2 Hrs)

5

Attendance

5%

Marks

(Based on Attendance)

 

Total

100%

Marks

 

MBA131L - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS (2019 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:30
No of Lecture Hours/Week:3
Max Marks:100
Credits:3

Course Objectives/Course Description

 

Course Description

Accounting is at the heart of the information age. By studying this course, the student will learn about the concepts, rules and procedures, and analysis that are useful in everyday activity connected to finance.  This course describes the concepts of accounting, its principles, users and uses of the accounting information, recording of transactions in journal, ledger and subsidiary books, bank reconciliation statement and trial balance.  The course also discusses preparation of income statement and balance sheet and financial statement analysis.

Course Objective

This course attempts to familiarize the students the concepts, principles and the role of accounting in business so as to make them skilled enough to analyze and interpret the financial health of an organization and use the same for fact based decision making.

 

Learning Outcome

By the end of the course, the students should be able to:

 Knowledge

  • Understand the fundamentals of financial accounting, the principles and concepts underlying them.
  • Understand the language of business through financial accounting.
  • Appreciate decision facilitating roles of accounting information.
  • Read and understand contemporary developments in the area of accounting.

 Skills

  • Analyze and interpret the financial health of an organization through its financial statements and accounting information.
  • Develop quantitative techniques to compare financial performance of different entities.

Attitude

  • Develop an attitude of integrative thinking while analyzing and interpreting financial statements and accounting information.
  • Appreciate the ethical dimensions in accounting and reporting and be able to adopt a socially responsible outlook while preparing accounting statements.
  • Bring about an integrative understanding of the entire business while reading and / or preparing financial statements.
  • Understand the importance of collaborative functioning in diverse teams to achieve the common organizational goal of value creation to all the stake holders. 

Unit-1
Teaching Hours:2
Introduction to Accounting
 

Introduction to Accounting, Need for Accounting, Aim and influence of accounting in the information age. Identification of forms of organization and their characteristics. Identification and description of three major activities in organizations. Identification of users and uses of accounting. Explanation and interpretation of accounting equation

Unit-2
Teaching Hours:5
Financial Accounting-Concept, Conceptions, IGAAP & IFRS
 

Accounting Standards - IGAAP & IFRS.        

Meaning of accounting principles – Concepts & Conventions

Accounting ProcessAccounting equation – Asset account, Liability account & Equity account

Analyzing transactions – Transaction analysis

Debits and credits and explanation regarding their role in double-entry accounting.

Unit-3
Teaching Hours:10
Steps in Processing Transaction
 

Double-entry book-keeping system, Journal, Ledger, Posting, Debits, Credits, Trial Balance, Adjusting entries, Final Accounts for non-corporate (Manufacturing Trading, P&L, B/S), Final Accounts for Corporate (P&L, B/S, P&L Appropriation).

Unit-4
Teaching Hours:5
Subsidiary Books
 

Meaning of subsidiary books

Types of subsidiary books

Preparation of Cash book – Two column & three column cash book

Bank reconciliation statement

Meaning & classification of accounting errors

Unit-5
Teaching Hours:8
Preparation of Disclosure-Annual Report
 

Disclosure of information, Indian Accounting Standards, Legal requirement (Company” Act, SEBI, Income-Tax Act etc.) Revenue Recognition, Fixed Assets & Depreciation Accounting, Intangible Assets and Inventory valuation.

Text Books And Reference Books:

  1. Naryanaswamy, R. Financial accounting – A management perspective, (4th ed.). PHI.
  2. Khatri, D. K. (2017). Accounting For Management. New Delhi: Mc Grawhill Education.

 

Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

  1. Anthony, Robert. (2009), Accounting text and cases. New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publications.
  2. Bhattacharya, A.B. (2010). Financial accounting for business managers. (3rd Ed.). New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India.
  3. Gupta, Ambrish., Financial accounting for management. New Delhi: Pearson Publications.
  4. Lal, Jawahar., & Srivastava, Seema. Cost accounting. New Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill Publications.
  5. Maheshwari S.N., Advance accounting. New Delhi: Vikash Publishing House.
  6. N.Ramchandran., & Kakani. (2010), Financial accounting for management (3rd ed.). Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publications.
  7. Prasanna, Chandra.(2010). Managers guide to finance and accounting. New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publications.
  8. Tulsian, P.C. (2010). Financial accounting. New Delhi:  Pearson Publications.
Evaluation Pattern

No

Component

% of Marks

Details

1

CIA 1

15%

Component 1: MCQ (10 marks)

Component 2: You tube Video (10 marks)

2

CIA 2

25%

(Written Exam for 2 Hrs)

3

CIA 3

15%

Component 1: Completion of Accounting Fundamentals online course from Corporate Finance Institute (10 marks)

Component 2: Poster presentation based on Annual reports of companies (10 marks)

4

End Term Examination

40%

(Written Exam for 3 Hrs)

5

Attendance

5%

(Based on Attendance)

Total

100%

 

MBA131N - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS (2019 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:30
No of Lecture Hours/Week:3
Max Marks:100
Credits:3

Course Objectives/Course Description

 

Accounting is at the heart of the information age. By studying this course, the student will learn about the concepts, rules and procedures, and analysis that are useful in everyday activity connected to finance.  This course describes the concepts of accounting, its principles, users and uses of the accounting information, recording of transactions in journal, ledger and subsidiary books, bank reconciliation statement and trial balance.  The course also discusses preparation of income statement and balance sheet.

Course Objective

This course attempts to familiarize the students the concepts, principles and the role of accounting in business so as to make them skilled enough to analyze and interpret the financial health of an organization and use the same for fact based decision making.

Learning Outcome

By the end of the course, the students should be able to:

Knowledge

Understand  the  fundamentals  of  financial accounting, the principles and concepts underlying them. (CLO 1)

Understand the language of business through financial accounting. (CLO 1)

Appreciate decision facilitating roles of accounting information. (CLO 2)

Read and understand contemporary developments in the area of accounting. (CLO 12)

Skills

Analyse a transaction throughout its cycle and record them too. (CLO 13)

Construct the financial statements viz., the Income Statement and Balance Sheet. (CLO 15)

Attitude

Develop an attitude of integrative thinking while analyzing and interpreting financial statements and accounting information. (CLO 23)

Appreciate the ethical dimensions in accounting and reporting and be able to adopt a socially responsible outlook while preparing accounting statements. (CLO 25)

Appraise an integrative understanding of the entire business while reading and / or preparing financial statements. (CLO 21)

Understand the importance of collaborative functioning in diverse teams to achieve the common organizational goal of value creation to all the stake holders.  (CLO 21)

Unit-1
Teaching Hours:2
Introduction to Accounting
 
  1. ntroduction to Accounting, Need for Accounting, Aim and influence of accounting in the information age.
  2. Identification of forms of organization and their characteristics.
  3. Identification and description of three major activities in organizations.
  4. Identification of users and uses of accounting.
  5. Explanation and interpretation of accounting equation
Unit-2
Teaching Hours:5
Financial Accounting ? Concept, Conceptions, IGAAP & IFRS
 
  1. Accounting Standards - IGAAP & IFRS                   
  2. Meaning of accounting principles – Concepts & Conventions
  3. Accounting Process
  4. Accounting equation – Asset account, Liability account & Equity account
  5. Analyzing transactions – Transaction analysis
  6. Debits and credits and explanation regarding their role in double-entry accounting.
Unit-3
Teaching Hours:10
Steps in Processing Transaction
 
  1. Double-entry book-keeping system, Journal, Ledger, Posting, Debits, Credits,
  2. Trial Balance, Adjusting entries,
  3. Final Accounts for non-corporate (Manufacturing Trading, P&L, B/S),
  4. Final Accounts for Corporate (P&L, B/S, P&L Appropriation).

 

Unit-4
Teaching Hours:5
Subsidiary Books
 
  1. Meaning of subsidiary books
  2. Types of subsidiary books
  3. Preparation of Cash book – Two column & three column cash book
  4. Bank reconciliation statement
  5. Meaning & classification of accounting errors
Unit-5
Teaching Hours:8
Preparation of Disclosure ? Annual Report
 
  1. Disclosure of information
  2. Indian Accounting Standards
  3. Legal requirement (Company” Act, SEBI, Income-Tax Act etc.)
  4. Revenue Recognition
  5. Fixed Assets & Depreciation Accounting
  6. Intangible Assets
  7. Inventory valuation.
Text Books And Reference Books:

Naryanaswamy, R. Financial accounting – A Management perspective, (6th ed.). PHI

Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

Anthony, Robert. (2009), Accounting text and cases. New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publications.

Bhattacharya, A.B. (2010). Financial accounting for business managers. (3rd Ed.). New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India.

Gupta, Ambrish., Financial accounting for management. New Delhi: Pearson Publications.

Lal, Jawahar., & Srivastava, Seema. Cost accounting. New Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill Publications.

Maheshwari S.N., Advance accounting. New Delhi: Vikash Publishing House.

N.Ramchandran., & Kakani. (2010), Financial accounting for management (3rd ed.). Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publications.

Prasanna, Chandra.(2010). Managers guide to finance and accounting. New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publications.

Tulsian, P.C. (2010). Financial accounting. New Delhi:  Pearson Publications.

 

Evaluation Pattern
Component % of Marks Details
CIA 1 10% (One Assignment, group or individual)
CIA 2 25% (Written Exam for 2 Hrs)
CIA 3 30% (15% One Assignment, 10% Quiz, Project)
End Term Examination 30% (Written Exam for 2 Hrs)
Attendance 5% (Based on Attendance)
Total 100%  

MBA132 - MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS (2019 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:30
No of Lecture Hours/Week:3
Max Marks:100
Credits:3

Course Objectives/Course Description

 

This course is offered as core paper in first trimester for 3 credit hours. The subject will equip the students with the art of managerial decision making at the firm level. The subject focuses on markets, pricing and managerial decision making. Essentially on concepts such as scarcity and efficiency, problems of economic society, demand analysis, elasticity, consumer behavior, producer behavior, and cost analysis as well inclusion of advanced topics in economic analysis, with a focus on strategic behavior of different kinds of market structures and pricing.

This course attempts to equip the students with the art of managerial decision-making, based on economic principles.

 

Learning Outcome

At the end of the course, the student should be able to:

 

Knowledge (CL 01) (CL02)

·         Look at economic principles as foundation to  functional  subjects

·         Evaluate consumer behavior  in the light of economic theory

·         Analyze various product and factor markets to  take better business decisions

·         Critically examine market structures using economic logic and apply the same in taking strategic decisions.

 

Skills (CLO 13)  (CLO 15)

·         Use excel in analyzing economic information

·         Estimate demand using excel

·         Prepare of industry reports

 

Attitude (CL0 21)  (CLO 23)

·         Appreciate the interdependence of functional areas in business.

·         Develop an approach that transcends functional fixation in business decision problems

 

Level of knowledge

·         Understand basic concepts and practical application in relevance

·         Learning the art of decision making and integrate with other inter-disciplinary subjects

·         Useful in understanding the optimal combination and trade off with available alternatives

Unit-1
Teaching Hours:4
Introduction
 

Introduction to Managerial Economics-Economic Systems-Principles of managerial economics, Integration with other managerial decision making process-Tools and analysis of optimization-role of Government, private**, Competition Vs Cooperation. Relationship with other management subjects*.

Unit-2
Teaching Hours:6
Demand and Supply Analyses (Application)
 

Definition of demand, Law of demand and its determinants and exceptions, movement along the demand curve and shift in demand curve. Demand and supply relationship*. Definition of supply, Law of supply, Movement along the supply curve and shift in supply curve, Factors affecting supply, Market equilibrium and pricing, floor price and ceiling price. Application of demand and supply analyses: Concepts of elasticity, degree, determinants & types, practical implication, Relationship of Revenue and elasticity of demand, Demand forecasting and its use in demand. Qualitative and Quantitative interpretation of demand techniques-model specification using regression and OLS.

Unit-3
Teaching Hours:6
Consumer Behaviour (Application)
 

Introduction to Consumer behavior, Utility, Cardinal approach, Ordinal approach, Consumer’s equilibrium using Indifference curve analysis and Consumer surplus, Application of Indifference curve analyses

Unit-4
Teaching Hours:5
Analyses of Production, Costs and Revenues
 

Production functions, Law of Variable proportions, returns to scale and economies of scale. Producers surplus-   Costs , Isoquants, Least cost combination types of costs , Short run costs and long run cost, Revenue Analysis –TR, AR and MR, and  break even analysis, ( case study)

Unit-5
Teaching Hours:9
Market structures and decision making
 

Market types, characteristics, Perfect competition features, Price determination and equilibrium in the short run and the long run, Monopoly - features, equilibrium condition, Price discrimination. Monopolistic competition- features, Oligopoly - Cartels as one of the feature of Oligopoly, Game theory-types, static and dynamic games-Pricing Strategy (Case study), Sustainability business model- Circles of Sustainability .

                                                            

Text Books And Reference Books:

Mankiw, N. Gregory. (2015). Principles of Micro Economics(7th ed.). New Delhi: Cengage Learning 

 

Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

1.       Salvatore, D. (2013). Managerial economics Principles and worldwide applications,  New York: Oxford University Press New Delhi.

2.       Geetika., Ghosh., Piyali., &  Choudhari, P. R. (2012). Managerial Economics.(2nd ed.). New Delhi,India:McGraw Hill Higher Education.

3.       Trivedi M.L. (2010). Managerial economics - Theory and applications . New Delhi: TATA MC graw Hill.

4.       Managerial Economics A problem -solving approach, Nick Wilkinsin,(2005) Cambridge University press e-copy.

 

 

Evaluation Pattern

Course Outcomes

Components of assessment

CIA1(RBA)

CIA2 (Mid-term 50 Marks)

CIA3 (Group Presentations) as well report

CIA3(MCQs)

CLO 1

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

CLO 2

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

CLO 12

Yes

 

Yes

 

CLO18

 

 

Yes

 

CLO21

 

 

Yes

 

CLO23

 

 

Yes

 

MBA132L - MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS (2019 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:30
No of Lecture Hours/Week:3
Max Marks:100
Credits:3

Course Objectives/Course Description

 

Course Description

Students focus on the application rationale choice to business decision making. Topics include an overview of managerial economics; demand and supply; costs of production and the organization of the firm; market structure and pricing and output decisions; and the economics of information and the role of government in the marketplace; game theory and pricing strategies.

Course Objectives

· Introduce the different goals and constraints that firms face.

·  Apply the economic way of thinking to individual decisions and business decisions

· Demonstrate how prices get determined in markets, how market participants benefit in the form of consumer surplus and producer surplus, and what the consequences of government intervention are.

·  Measure the responsiveness of consumers' demand to changes in the price of a good or service, the price of other goods and services, and income

·  Understand the different costs of production and how they affect short and long run decisions

·  Understand economies of scale, diseconomies of scale, economies of scope, and cost complementarities, and how each affects the cost of production

·  Understand the four basic market models of perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition, and oligopoly, and how price and quantity are determined in each model

·  Understand how game theory can be used to explain a number of business decisions

Learning Outcome

  • To outline the roles of managers in firms
  • To describe the internal and external decisions to be made by managers
  • Analyse the demand and supply conditions and assess the position of a company
  • Design competition strategies, including costing, pricing, product differentiation and market environment according to the natures of products and the structures of the markets.
  •  Analyse real-world business problems with a systematic theoretical framework.
  • Make optimal business decisions by integrating the concepts of economics.
  • Summarize how game theory can be used to explain a number of business decisions.

 

Unit-1
Teaching Hours:3
Introduction
 

Introduction to Managerial Economics –Economic Systems –Principles of managerial economics – Integration with other managerial decision making process –Tools and analysis of optimization – Role of Government, private sectors ** –Competition Vs Cooperation – Relationship with other management subjects*

Unit-2
Teaching Hours:6
Demand and Supply
 

Definition of demand – Law of demand and its determinants and exceptions – movement along the demand curve and shift in demand curve – Definition of supply – Law of supply –Movement along the supply curve and shift in supply curve – Factors affecting supply – Market equilibrium and pricing –floor price and ceiling price – Application of demand and supply analyses– Concepts of elasticity – degree –determinants & types –practical implication – Relationship of Revenue and elasticity of demand –Demand forecasting and its use in demand – Qualitative and Quantitative interpretation of demand techniques – model specification using regression and OLS

Unit-3
Teaching Hours:4
Theory of Consumer Equilibrium
 

Introduction to Consumer behaviour – Utility – Cardinal approach – Ordinal approach – Consumer’s equilibrium using Indifference curve analysis – Consumer surplus –Application of Indifference Curves in Decision Making

Unit-4
Teaching Hours:6
Theory of Production and Costs
 

 

 

Production functions –Law of Variable proportions – returns to scale and economies of scale– Producers surplus –   Costs– Isoquants – Least cost combination – types of costs – Short run costs and long run cost – Revenue Analysis –TR – AR and MR – break even analysis – ( case study)

 

 

Production functions –Law of Variable proportions – returns to scale and economies of scale– Producers surplus –   Costs– Isoquants – Least cost combination – types of costs – Short run costs and long run cost – Revenue Analysis –TR – AR and MR – break even analysis – ( case study)

Unit-5
Teaching Hours:7
Market Structures
 

Types of markets – Perfect competition  features –Monopoly–features – Monopolistic competition  – features –Oligopoly –Oligopoly – Duopoly – Oligopoly – Non Collusive and Collusive oligopoly models – Pricing strategies – (Case study) – Price determination in the short run and long run – Pricing strategies and Price discrimination –Long run – short run –equilibrium concepts

Unit-6
Teaching Hours:4
Game Theory
 

Game theory –Importance –static and dynamic games –Pricing Strategy (Case study)

Text Books And Reference Books:

Geetika, G. P., & Choudhari, P. R. (2011). Managerial Economics (2 ed.). Mc GrawHill Higher Education.

 

Hirschey, Mark, (2013). Managerial Economics (12 ed.). Cengage Learning.

Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

Hirschey, Mark, (2013). Managerial Economics (12 ed.). Cengage Learning.

Evaluation Pattern

Assessment Component

Description

Weightage

CIA I

Moodle based quiz. (MCQs).

Part B – Problem Solving

10%

CIA II

Mid Semester written examination conducted for 2 hours duration. Unit 1,6 and 2 (Topics covered upto Theory of Production and cost EIC approach)

25%

CIA III

Industry Analysis.

20%

End Semester Examination

Written examination conducted for 3 hours duration. All units.

40%

Attendance

 

05%

 

Total

100%

MBA132N - MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS (2019 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:30
No of Lecture Hours/Week:3
Max Marks:100
Credits:3

Course Objectives/Course Description

 

This course is offered as core paper in first trimester for 3 credit hours. The subject will equip the students with the art of managerial decision making at the firm level. The subject focuses on markets, pricing and managerial decision making. Essentially on concepts such as scarcity and efficiency, problems of economic society, demand analysis, elasticity, consumer behavior, producer behavior, and cost analysis as well inclusion of advanced topics in economic analysis, with a focus on strategic behavior of different kinds of market structures and pricing.

 

Learning Outcome

At the end of the course, the student should be able to:

 Knowledge (CL 01) (CL02)

·         Look at economic principles as foundation to  functional  subjects

·         Evaluate consumer behavior  in the light of economic theory

·         Analyze various product and factor markets to  take better business decisions

·         Critically examine market structures using economic logic and apply the same in taking strategic decisions.

 Skills (CLO 13)  (CLO 15)

·     ·         Preparation of industry reports

 Attitude (CL0 21)  (CLO 23)

·         Appreciate the interdependence of functional areas in business.

·         Develop an approach that transcends functional fixation in business decision problems

 Level of knowledge

·         Understand basic concepts and practical application in relevance

·         Learning the art of decision making and integrate with other inter-disciplinary subjects

 Useful in understanding the optimal combination and trade off with available alternatives

Unit-1
Teaching Hours:4
Introduction
 

Introduction to Managerial Economics-Economic Systems-Principles of managerial economics, Integration with other managerial decision making process-Tools and analysis of optimization-role of Government, private**, Competition Vs Cooperation. Relationship with other management subjects.

Unit-2
Teaching Hours:6
Demand and Supply Analyses (Application)
 

Definition of demand, Law of demand and its determinants and exceptions, movement along the demand curve and shift in demand curve. Demand and supply relationship*. Definition of supply, Law of supply, Movement along the supply curve and shift in supply curve, Factors affecting supply, Market equilibrium and pricing, floor price and ceiling price. Application of demand and supply analyses: Concepts of elasticity, degree, determinants & types, practical implication, Relationship of Revenue and elasticity of demand, Demand forecasting and its use in demand. Qualitative and Quantitative interpretation of demand techniques-model specification using regression and OLS.

Unit-3
Teaching Hours:6
Consumer Behaviour (Application)
 

Introduction to Consumer behavior, Utility, Cardinal approach, Ordinal approach, Consumer’s equilibrium using Indifference curve analysis and Consumer surplus, Application of Indifference curve analyses

Unit-4
Teaching Hours:5
Analyses of Production, Costs and Revenues
 

Production functions, Law of Variable proportions, returns to scale and economies of scale. Producers surplus-   Costs , Isoquants,  Least cost combination types of costs, Short run costs and long run cost, Revenue Analysis –TR, AR and MR, and  break even analysis, ( case study)

Unit-5
Teaching Hours:9
Market structures and decision making
 

Market types, characteristics, Perfect competition features, Price determination and equilibrium in the short run and the long run, Monopoly - features, equilibrium condition, Price discrimination. Monopolistic competition- features, Oligopoly - Cartels as one of the feature of Oligopoly, Game theory-types, static and dynamic games-Pricing Strategy (Case study), Sustainability business model- Circles of Sustainability .

Text Books And Reference Books:

Mankiw, N. Gregory. (2015). Principles of Micro Economics(7th ed.). New Delhi: Cengage Learning 

Essential Reading / Recommended Reading
  1. Salvatore, D. (2013). Managerial economics Principles and worldwide applications,  New York: Oxford University Press New Delhi.
  2. Geetika., Ghosh., Piyali., &  Choudhari, P. R. (2012). Managerial Economics.(2nd ed.). New Delhi,India:McGraw Hill Higher Education.
  3. Trivedi M.L. (2010). Managerial economics - Theory and applications . New Delhi: TATA MC graw Hill.
  4. Managerial Economics A problem -solving approach, Nick Wilkinsin,(2005) Cambridge University press e-copy.

 

Evaluation Pattern

Course Outcomes

Components of assessment

CIA1(Group Presentations)10%

CIA2 (Mid-term 50 Marks) 25%

CIA3 (Group Presentations as well report)30%

 End Sem 30%

CLO 1

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes 

CLO 2

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

CLO 12

Yes

 

Yes

 

CLO18

 

 

Yes

 

CLO21

 

 

Yes

 

CLO23

 

 

Yes

 

Component % of Marks
CIA 1 10%
CIA 2 25%
CIA 3 30%
End Term Examination 30%
Attendance 5%
Total 100%

MBA133 - MANAGING IT, DATA AND BUSINESS SYSTEMS (2019 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:30
No of Lecture Hours/Week:3
Max Marks:100
Credits:3

Course Objectives/Course Description

 

Course Description

The course provides a comprehensive foundation for understanding the scope of information systems in a business environment. It covers the fundamental concepts of information and IT infrastructure including hardware, software, network, database and applications. It also includes aspects related to strategy and innovation, Information system management, development and operations including security. Latest IS paradigms like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cloud, IoT, Blockchain etc are given an introduction in the course. Sustainability aspects like Green IT as well as Ethical issues are addressed in the course. Additionally, use of IS and IT for societal good and nation building are also bought to students’ attention through the topics of Smart Cities, E-Govenance etc.

Course Objectives

The course aims to provide students with the knowledge of the role of IT, IS, Information system design and development and security related aspects in managing the business entity. It also strives to enable students to participate in design and review of MIS solutions for various business functions. Another key objective is to develop an attitude of use of technology in a sustainable, inclusive manner with due consideration to nation and society.

Learning Outcome

 

At the end of the course, students should be able to:

 

Knowledge

 

·         Realize the impact of technology on business enterprises and the deployment / utilization of information systems to gain competitive advantage (CLO1, CLO23, CLO24, CLO25)

 

·         Develop awareness of management, development and operations of Information Systems, including lifecycles, project management and security (CLO1)

 

·         Learn the basics of IT infrastructure components (CLO1)

 

·         Understand the database-related aspects and its use and management (CLO1)

 

  • Get up-to-date with latest paradigms of AI, ML, Cloud, IoT, Block Chain etc (CLO1)

 

Skill

 

·         Plan, analyze and design information system solutions for various functionalities of an organization (CLO2, CLO11, CLO12, CLO13, CLO14, CLO18, CLO21, CLO22)

 

·         Use basic SQL to analyze data for managerial decision-making (CLO2, CLO11, CLO13, CLO14)

 

Attitude

 

·         Bring managerial perspective to development and use of Information Technology (CLO2, CLO22, CLO23, CLO24, CLO25)

 

·         Approach Technology as a strategic asset for the growth of the organization in a globally competitive market (CLO2, CLO23, CLO24, CLO25)

Utilize Lean and Green principles as well as consider the society and nation at large while exploiting technology (CLO2, CLO11, CLO12, CLO13, CLO14, CLO22, CLO23, CLO24, CLO25)

Unit-1
Teaching Hours:3
Introduction and Overview
 

Information Systems vs Information Technology, Interaction Model for Managing Information Systems.

 

DIKW hierarchy, Information as a Resource, Information in Organisational Functions, Types of Information Technology.

Unit-2
Teaching Hours:6
Managing & Developing Information Systems, Innovation & Strategy
 

Business Innovations with IT, Using IT for Competing, Information Goods, Information Systems & Competitive Strategy.

Vendor Management, Role of CIO, IT Governance, Challenges for the Manager.

 

IT Infrastructure Decisions.

Overview of IT Security, Basics of IT Operations and Lean IT.

 

Business Process Analysis Overview, Business Process Integration, Life Cycle Models, Introduction to Software Project Management.

Unit-3
Teaching Hours:3
IT Infrastructure components
 

Basics of Hardware, Software, Open Source.

 

Overview of Networks, Data Centre concepts.

Unit-4
Teaching Hours:3
Information Systems for Business
 

Enterprise Business Applications, Overviews of ERP, Supply Chain Management System, CRM, International Information Systems.

 

Transaction Processing Systems, MIS, DSS, Analytics and Business Intelligence, Knowledge Management Systems.

 

Unit-5
Teaching Hours:4
Managing Data Resources
 

Challenges of Data Management, Database Concepts, Database Elements, E-R Diagrams, SQL.

 

Practice of SQL

 

Data Warehouses, Data Mining, Big Data.

 

Unit-6
Teaching Hours:6
Disrupting Technologies
 

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, AI & ML - Implications for Managers.

 

Cloud, Virtualization, IOT.

 

Blockchain

Unit-7
Teaching Hours:5
Sustainability, Ethics and Emerging Trends in Information Systems
 

Green IT, Ethical Issues, Dark Side of IT, Social Issues of Technology.

ICT for National Development, E-Governance Concepts, Smart Cities.

Industry 4.0, Service 4.0,

Autonomous Robots, Robotic Process Automation,

Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality,

3D Printing,

Wearables Technology, Bionics.

 

Current developments and trends.

Text Books And Reference Books:

De, R. (2018). Managing Information Systems in Business, Government and Society (2nd ed.).New Delhi: Wiley India Pvt. Ltd.

Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

Recommended Reading

1

Bidgoli, H., Chattopadhyay, N. (2016). Management Information Systems – A South-Asian Perspective. CENGAGE Learning.

2

Laudon, K., Laudon, J., & Dass, R. (2017). Management Information Systems – Managing the Digital Firm. New Delhi: Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd.

3

O'Brien J.A., Marakas G.M., & Ramesh. B. (2013). Management information systems (10th ed.): Tata McGraw Hill India Publishing Co. Ltd.

4

Hoffer J.A., Ramesh V., & Heikki T. (2016). Modern database management (12th ed.).New Delhi: Pearson.

5

Singh A.N., Singh A. (2018). Lean IT – Principles to Practice (1st ed.): Notion Press.

6

Johnson, B.(2013, 27 October).  How Data Centers Work. HowStuffWorks.com. Retrieved from https://computer.howstuffworks.com/data-centers.htm Last Accessed on 8 October 2018

7

Tapscott D., Tapscott A. (2018). Blockchain Revolution (2nd ed). Portfolio Penguin.

Articles

1

Weinberger, D; The problem with the data-information-knowledge-wisdom hierarchy; Harvard Business Review, Feb 2010

2

Linked data - Connecting and Exploiting Big Data; A White paper; Fujitsu; March 2012

3

Chakraborty, D. (2019, March). A Short Guide to Smart Cities in India. ISBInsight March 2019

4

Embracing Industry 4.0—and Rediscovering Growth; BCG

5

Tapping into the Transformative Power of Service 4.0: BCG

6

2019 Planning Guide for Cloud Computing; Gartner Research Technical Professional Advice, pub 05-Oct-18

Cases

1

BP's Office of the Chief Technology Officer; 2017; Kellogg School of Management Cases, Emerald Insight

2

Knowledge Sharing at REMA 1000; 2018; Harvard Business School

3

Selling groceries through the cloud in a Tier II city in India; 2016; Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies

Other Resources

1

https://www.w3schools.com/sql/default.asp (using Chrome)

Evaluation Pattern

CIA-1: 10 marks

CIA-2: 25 marks

CIA-3: 30 marks

End Term: 30 marks

Attendance: 5 marks

 

MBA133L - MANAGING IT, DATA AND BUSINESS SYSTEMS (2019 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:30
No of Lecture Hours/Week:3
Max Marks:100
Credits:3

Course Objectives/Course Description

 

This is a core paper offered in first trimester of MBA program. The course provides a comprehensive foundation for understanding the scope of information systems in a business environment. It covers the fundamental concepts of information and IT infrastructure including hardware, software, network, database and applications. Apart from this, the course also includes aspects related to strategy and innovation, Information system management, development and operations including security. Latest IS paradigms like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cloud, IoT, Blockchain etc are given an important focus in the course. Sustainability aspects like Green IT as well as Ethical issues are addressed in the course. Additionally, use of IS and IT for societal good and nation building are also bought to students’ attention through the topics of Smart Cities, E-Govenance etc.

Learning Outcome

This course aims to provide students with the knowledge of the role of Information Technology, Information Systems, Information system design and development and security related aspects in managing the Business entity. It also strives to enable students to participate in design and review of MIS solutions for various business functions. Another key objective is to develop an attitude of use of technology in a sustainable, inclusive manner with due consideration to nation and society. 

Unit-1
Teaching Hours:3
Introduction and Overview
 

 

Information Systems vs Information Technology, Interaction Model for Managing Information Systems.

Unit-2
Teaching Hours:6
Managing & Developing Information Systems, Innovation & Strategy
 

 Business Innovations with IT, Using IT for Competing, Information Goods, Information Systems & Competitive Strategy. 

Vendor Management, Role of CIO, IT Governance, Challenges for the Manager, IT Infrastructure Decisions. 

Business Process Analysis Overview, Business Process Integration, Life Cycle Models, Introduction to Software Project Management.

 Overview of IT Security, Basics of IT Operations and Lean IT.

Unit-3
Teaching Hours:3
IT Infrastructure components
 

                                                               

Basics of Hardware, Software, Open Source. 

Overview of Networks, Data Centre concepts.

Unit-4
Teaching Hours:3
Information Systems for Business
 

                                                               

Enterprise Business Applications, Overviews of ERP, Supply Chain Management System, CRM, International Information Systems.

Unit-5
Teaching Hours:4
Managing Data Resources
 

Challenges of Data Management, Database Concepts, Database Elements, E-R Diagrams, SQL.

 

Practice of SQL.

 

Data Warehouses, Data Mining, Big Data.

Unit-6
Teaching Hours:6
Disrupting Technologies
 

 

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, AI & ML - Implications for Managers.

 

Cloud, Virtualization.

IoT.

 

Blockchain.

Unit-7
Teaching Hours:5
Sustainability, Ethics and Emerging Trends in Information Systems
 

Green IT, Ethical Issues, Dark Side of IT, Social Issues of Technology, ICT for National Development, E-Governance Concepts, Smart Cities.

Text Books And Reference Books:

Prescribed Textbooks:

 

1.       OBrien, J. A., & Marakas, G. M. (n.d.). Management information systems. 10th Edition: McGraw Hill Education.

 

 

Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

 

 

1.     Bidgoli, H., Chattopadhyay, N. (2016). Management Information Systems – A South-Asian Perspective. CENGAGE Learning.

2.     Laudon, K., Laudon, J., & Dass, R. (2017). Management Information Systems – Managing the Digital Firm. New Delhi: Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd. 

3.     O'Brien J.A., Marakas G.M., & Ramesh. B. (2013). Management information systems (10th ed.): Tata McGraw Hill India Publishing Co. Ltd.

4.     Hoffer J.A., Ramesh V., & Heikki T. (2016). Modern database management (12th ed.).New Delhi: Pearson.

5.     Singh A.N., Singh A. (2018). Lean IT – Principles to Practice (1st ed.): Notion Press.

 

Evaluation Pattern

Mapping:  A template to map the Learning Outcomes of the course against the components of assessment is given below:

Course Outcomes

Components of assessment

CIA I

CIA II

CIA III

ESE

Knowledge

CLO1,1

CLO1,2

 

All the objectives

Skills

CLO2,3,

CLO2,2,

 

CLO11,2

All the objectives

Attitude

CLO11,3, CLO14,3

 

CLO24,3

 

All the objectives

 

 

 

 

 

Summary of CIA Assessments

 

Individual Assignment Details - CIA-I A

  1. CIA I Part A (10 marks)

Assignment description:

This is an Online Quiz consisting of 30 MCQs to test the basic concepts from Unit 1and 2 of the subject. The test will be conducted in the lab. The final scores will be appropriated to 10 marks.

Learning outcomes:

Recall and explain various concepts related to impact of technology on business enterprises and the deployment / utilization of information systems to gain competitive advantage.

 

Evaluation Rubric/s:

30 MCQs each carry 1 mark. Computer will evaluate the score. Grading report for students will be generated.

Mapping the Learning Outcomes with components of the evaluation rubrics:

Learning Outcomes of the assignment

Method of assessment

Component of the evaluation rubrics

Recall and apply various concepts learnt in unit 1 & 2

Moodle based MCQ test

Questions with multiple options. Students must choose the correct option.

 

  1. CIA I Part B (10 marks)

Group assignment

Assignment description:

The research assignment topic for each group is as provided below:

GROUP (5 Students)

TOPIC

Group 1

Information Systems in Manufacturing

Group 2

Information Systems in Retail

Group 3

Information Systems in Financial Services (Banking / Insurance)

Group 4

Information Systems in HealthCare

Group 5

Information Systems inHRM

Group 6

Information Systems in Marketing

Group 7

Information Systems in Education

Group 8

Information Systems in Utility Services

Group 9

Information Systems in Aerospace

Group 10

Information Systems in Transportation

Group 11 (if applicable)

Information Systems in Agriculture

 

 Review of research Paper (CIA 1 ) Guidelines

1.      Choose any two research papers from the given area

2.      Students should read and study the research paper thoroughly before he/she attempts to write the review. To understand the concept mentioned in the selected research paper, the student may have to refer to related articles and resources. Use reference cited in the selected paper for this purpose.

3.      The review is to be submitted as a soft copy (MS Word). Please restrict the contents to 2 pages (600 words)

4.      The student review should include the following:

a.       Student Name, Section and Reg. No<