Amravati University – Syllabus of 1SA3 – Architectural Graphics-I (Solid Geometry And Scale Drawing)

1. Different scales and their uses in drawings.

projections – orthographic, isometric.

2. Geometrical forms in different positions, interpenetration of solids, sections of solids.

3. Complex forms, development of surfaces, viz-vaults, mouldings etc., different intersections.

4. Problems on simple architectural presentation, architectural lettering, colouring and batching, various presentation techniques in pen, ink, colour and different medium.

Plates and Viva-Voce by internal Jury at the end of Semester.

Amravati University – Syllabus of 1SA2 – Building Contruction-I

Aim :While giving knowledge of building elements emphasis should be on reasoning so as to enable student to evolve and apply alternative materials of construction.

1. Elements of buildings : foundation, plinth, super structure, roof. General idea of load transfer.

2. Simple foundation for load bearing walls, pillers in stone bricks.

3. Timbering for trenches.

4. Masonry : different types of bonds in stone masonary and brick masonary.

Plates on above topics and internal Viva-Voce.

Amravati University – Syllabus of 1SA1 – Basic Architectural Design-I (Sessional Work)

Aims : Study of elements of visual and aesthetical importance in two dimensions and three dimensions and relating these to architecture by preparing plates.

1.Basic elements : point, line, plane, size, and shape, volume, solid and voids.

2.Design principals : scale and proportion, symmetry balance, harmony, rhythem, movement, contrast.

3.Visual sensation : texture, perception, light visual tension.

4.Composition of two dimentional elements.

Viva Voce by internal Jury at the end of Semester.

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Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Third Year – Pgmba309-Rural Marketing

1.Rural Markets An Overview : Rural Markets in India Understanding Rural Environment.

2.Understanding The Rural Consumer: Differential Aspects of Buying Behaviour, Major influential, Buyer Behaviour , Reference Groups Trends in Consumer Behaviour Rural Marketing Research.

3.Product And Pricing Decisions For The Rural Markets: product Development, Product adoption process, product modification decision including package decision , branding decisions Product Augmentation for the rural market, pricing decision.3

4.Managing The Promotion: Understanding Rural Media (Traditional Media and Current Opportunities) Message Design & Development for Rural Market Rural Promotion Effort Building Relationship, Diversity of Rural Promotion event.

5.Accessing Rural Markets: Physical Infrastructure, Institutions, Dynamics of Distribution process Participants in the rural distribution process, type of intermediaries, behavioural dimensions Physical Distribution Processes.

6.Understanding Rural Marketing Process Some Case Studies.

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Third Year – Pgmba308-Marketing of Services

1.Marketing of Services Concepts and Issues: Marketing of Services Conceptual Framework Services Marketing : Basic Issues Designing Service Strategy The Case of Dosa King.

2.Marketing of Financial Services: Marketing of Financial Services The Indian Scene Branding and Advertising of Financial Services Consumer Banking. The Citibank Experience Launch of AAC Corporation Dollar Credit Card in India.

3.Marketing of Hospitality Services Concepts & Issues: Marketing of Hospitality and Tourism Services Management and Marketing of Tourism in India Hospitality Marketing : A Special Case in Services Marketing.

4.Marketing of Health Services: Health Services: The Indian Scene Marketing of Family Planning Marketing of Cardiac Care marketing of Health Services at Appollo Hospitals.

5.Marketing of Education and Professional Services: Marketing of Educational Services Professional Education : Marketing kof Services Marketing of Professional Support Service: Impliations for Advertising Agencies Indmark The Trademark Research Group (A)

6.Marketing in Public Utilities: Marketing of Logistics Marketing Approach in India Is the Consumer Always Right ?

FURTHER READINGS:

1.The Essence of Services Marketing;
2.Christopher Love Lock; W. Marketing of Services; Ravi Shankar (Ed).
3.Marketing of Services ; The Indian Experience; JHA, S.M.
4.Services Marketing , Adrain Palmer.
5.Services Marketing : Principles and Practice, Kotas R., 1985
6.Marketing Orientation in the Hotel and Catering Industry .
7.Hawkings, Shafer & Roverstood (Ed)., Tourism Marketing and Management Issues.

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Third Year – Pgmba306-Project Management

1.Project Formation And Appraisal: Project Management An Overview Feasibility & Technical Analysis Market and Demand Analysis Economic and Financial Analysis Formulation of Detailed Project Reports.

2.Project Planning And Scheduling: Planning Time Scales Network Analysis Material and Equipment Human Resource Project Costing and Financing Project Organisation.

3.Implementation And Control: Project Management Information System Material and Equipment Human Resource Financial Aspects.

4.Project Completion And Evaluation : Integrated Project Management Control System – Managing Transition from Project to Operations Project Review.

Further Readings :

1Goel, BB Project Management a Development Perspective , Deep & Deep , New Delhi
2 Kerzner, H., Project Management : A System for Approach to Planning, scheduling and controlling, CBS Publishers, Delhi.
3 Joseph G, Monks, Operations Management Theory and Problems, McGraw Hill International Editions.
4 Stall Worthy, I.A & Kharbanda, O.P., Total Project Management From Concept to completion , Gower Publishing Co. U.k.
5 Harrison, F.L., Advanced Project Management : A structured Approach, Metropolitan Book Co., New Delhi.
6 Choudhury S., Project Management, Tata McGraw Hill, India .
7 Prasanna Chandra, Project Planning, Analysis , Selection , Implementation and Review, Tata McGraw Hill.
8 Kanter J. Managing with information, Prentice-Hall of India, New Delhi.
9 Rao. P.C.K., Project Management & Control, S. Chand, New Delhi.

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Third Year – Pgmba305-Management of Financial Services

1.Financial Services : An Overview: Financial Systems and Markets Concept. Nature and Scope of Financial Services Participants in Financial Market Management of Risk in Financial Services Regulatory Framework for Financial Services.

2.Financial Market Operations: Stock Exchange : Functions and Organisations Broking and Trading in Equity Broking and Trading in Debt Mutual funds Relevant Regulations.

3.Merchant Banking Services : Merchant Banking : Concept, Nature, Role & Functions Managing an Issue Mergers and Restructuring Project Financing.

4.Assets Financing Services : Leasing and Hire Purchase Dent Securitization Housing Finance Credit Rating.

5.Allied Financial Services : Credit Cards Banking & Insurance (Including Pension Funds) Venture Capital Factoring, Forfeiting and Bill Discounting.

FURTHER READINGS:

1.Benton E.G. Financial Intermediaries
2. Edmister R.D. Financial Institutions, Markets and Management
3.Frenstermaker, J.V. Readings in Financial Markets and Institutions
4.Rangarajan D. Innovations in Banking
5. Verma, J.C. A Manual of Merhant Banking
6. Westlake, M. Factoring
7. I.M. Bhole Financial Institutions and Markets
8. N. Vinayakan A Profile of Indian Capital Market

Comment for Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Third Year – Pgmba305-Management of Financial Services
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ME in telecommunication
I want to do ME(Master of engineering) in telecommunication through distance/part time progamme in university
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Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Third Year – Pgmba304-Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

1.An Overview: Nature and Scope of Investment Decisions – Components of Investment Risk Valuation of Securities.

2.Security Market in India: Functioning and Organisation Regulation.

3.Analysis for equity Investment: Economy and Industry Analysis Company Level Analysis Technical Analysis Efficient Market Hypothesis.

4.Portfolio Theory: Portfolio Analysis Portfolio Selection Capital Market Theory portfolio Revision.

5.Institutional and managed Portfolios: Performance Evaluation of Managed Portfolio investment Companies Mutual Funds.

FURTHER READINGS:

1.Donals E, Fischer and Ronald Security Analyhsis and Portfolio J.Jordan Management
2.J.C. Francis Investments: Analysis and Management
3.R.J.Fuller and J.L. Farrel Modern Investments and Security analysis
4.E.J. Elton and M.J. Gruber Modern Portfolio and Investment Analysis
5.Grahm, B. Dodd and D.L. Cottle Security Analysis
6.V.K. Bhalla Investment and Management
7.S.K. Barua, V. Raghunathan and J.R. Varma Portfolio Management
8.Frederick Amling Investments

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Second Year – Pgmba207-Management of Information Systems

1.Information for Decision Making: Decision Marketing Conceptual Foundations of Information Systems Information Resource Management.

2.System Development: Overview of Systems Analysis & Design System Development Life Cycle Designing on Line & distributed Environment Design Consideration Implementation and Control of Projects.

3. Computer Networks & Data Communications: Trends in Information Technology Hardware Software Data Communication Concepts – Computer Networks.

4.Managing Corporation Data Resource: Organising Data-Relational Data Base management Systems Query Language DBMS implementation and Future Trends.

5.Case Studies: A Case Study on Computer Applications Aspects of Information Technology and Policy Making and the Caribbean Community Computerisation at IFFCO.

FURTHER READINGS:

1.Dickson, Gary W and James C. Wetherbe 1985. The Management of Information System, MGH, New Delhi.
2.Award Elias M, 1990, Systems Analysis and Design, Richard D. Inwing Inc,
3.Black Upless D. Data Communications and Distributed Networks.
4.Atre S, Data base Structural Techniques for Design, Performance & Management”, John Wiky & Sons, 1980
5.Bhatnagar SC and KV Ramadevi, 1991 “Computers and Information Management, A Primer for Practising Managers, PHI, New Delhi.

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Second Year – Pgmba206-Business Policy and Strategic Management for Management Decissions

1.Corporate Strategy and Planning: Concept of Corporate Strategy The 7-S Framework Corporate Policy and Planning in India.

2.Corporate Management: Board of Directors: Role and Functions Top Management : Role and Skills.

3.Swot Analysis: Environmental Analysis Competitive Analysis Internal Corporate Analysis.

4.Strategic Analysis: Cost Analysis Portfolio Analysis and Display Matrices Operating and Financial Analysis.

5.Organisational Development and Change: Strategic alternatives diversifications Mergers and Acquisitions.

6.Implementation and Evaluation of Straegy: Implementation of Strategy Evaluation and control of Strategy Turn-around Management.

7.Case Studies : Nalanda State Small Industries Corporation Ltd. Hindustan Tractors Ltd. Raj Vardhan Enterprises Hindustan Special Tubes Ltd. Indian Petro-Chemicals Corporatio Ltd.- Punjab Tractors Ltd. HMT Watch Division.

FURTHER READINGS:

1. Melvin J. Stanford Management Policy
2. New Man and Logan Business Policies and Central Management
3. Michel Porter Competitive Advantage
4. Clift Bowman & David Asch Strategic Management
5. Lawrence Jauch & W.F. Glueck Business Policy and Strategic Management
6. Nanjundaiah Strategic Planning and Business Policy
7. Ghosh P.K Business Policy and Strategic Planning
8. Andrews, Kenneth R., 1971 The Concept of Corporate Strategy
9. Ansoff H. Igor, 1965 Corporate Strategy; and Analytical Approach to Business Policy for Growth and Expansion
10. Christenson, CR et al, 1987 Business Policy : Test and Cases
11. Porter, Michael E, 1980 Competitive Strategy

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Second Year – Pgmba205-Research Methodology for Management Decissions

1. Introduction To Research Methodology: Importance of Research in Decision Making Defining Research Problem and Formulation of Hypothesis Experimental Designs.

2. Data Collection And Measurement: Methods and Techniques of Data Collection Sampling and Sampling Designs attitude Measurement and scales.

3. Data Presentation And Analysis: Data Processing Statistical Analysis and Interpretation of Data Non-Parametric Tests Multivariate Analysis of Data Model Building and Decision Making.

4. Report Writing And Presentation: Substance of Reports Report Writing and Presentation Presentation of Report.

FURTHER READINGS:

1 Brown, F.E., Marketing Research, a Structure for decision making, Addison Werley Publishing Company.
2 Kothari, C.R., Research Methodology Methods and Techniques, Wiley Eastern Ltd.
3 Mustafi, C.K., Statistical Methods in Managerial Decisions, Macmillan , New Delhi.
4 Luck, D.J. et.al., Marketing Research, Prentice Hall (India), New Delhi.
5 Shenoy.G.V and Pant Madam, Statistical Methods in Business and Social Sciences, Macmillan India Ltd, New Delhi.
6 Golen, P. Steven., Report Writing for Business and Industry, Business Communication Service.
7 Gallagher, J. William, Report Writing for Management, Addison Wesley.

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Second Year – Pgmba204-Operations Management

1.Operations Management : An Overview.

2.Facilities Planning : Product Selection Process Selection Facilities Location Facilities Layout and Materials Handling Capacity Planning.

3.Operations Planning and Control: Planning and Control for Mass Production Planning and Control for Batch Production Planning and Control of Projects Maintenance Management.

4.Value Engineering and Quality Assurance: Value Engineering Quality Assurance.

5.Materials Management: Purchase Systems and Procedure inventory Management and Control; Deterministic and Probabilistic Models Stores Management Standardisation, Codification and Variety Reduction Waste Management.

FURTHER READINGS:

1.Everett E. Adam, Jr. and ronals,Production and Operation’s JE. Ebert anagement, Concepts, Models and Behaviour
2.S.N. Chary Production and Operation’s Management
3.Elwood S. Buffa Modern Production Management
4.Maclain JO and LJ Thomas, 1995 operations management

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Second Year – Pgmba203-Human Resource Management

1.Planning Personnel Function: Human Resource Development Shystems Personnel Management Environment in India Functions and Operating of Personnel Office Manpower Planning.

2.Employee Selection, Development and Growth: Recruitment, Selection and Introduction Staff Training and Development Planning.

3.Motivation, Job Design and Appraisal: Motivation and Productivity-Job Description, Analysis and Evaluation Employee Benefits and Job Environment Performance Monitoring and Appraisal.

4.Compensation Planning: Economic Background and Employee compensation Laws and Rules Governing Employee Benefits and Welfare Compensation and Salary Administration.

5.Managing Industrial Relations: Regulatory Mechanism Guiding Industrial Relations Employee Discipline Suspensions, Dismissal and retrenchment Employee Grievance Handling.

6.Union and Management: Trade Unionism Employers’ Association Collective Bargaining Industrial Conflict Resolution Industrial Democracy and Workers Participation in Management.

FURTHER READINGS:

1.Edwing B.Flippo Personnel Management
2.Dale Yoder Personnel Management and Industrial Relations
3.Keith Davis Human Resource Management
4.Pigors & Mayers Personnel Administrations
5.C.B. Memoria Personnel Management
6.Arun Monappa Personnel Management
7.T.N. Bhagoliwala Human Resource Management
8.Suri GK, 1976 Productivity, Wages and Industrial Relations
9.Dayal S. 1980 Industrial Relations System in India
10. Monappa A, 1985 Industrial Relations

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Second Year – Pgmba202-Marketing Management

1.Marketing and Its Applications: Introduction to Marketing Marketing in a Developing Economy Marketing of Services.

2.Marketing Planning and Organisation: Planning Marketing Mix Market Segmentation Marketing Organisations Marketing Research and its Applications.

3.Understanding Customers: Determinants of Consumer Behaviour Models of Consumer Behaviour Indian Consumer Environment.

4.Product Management: Product Decisions and Strategies Product Life Cycle and New Produce Development Branding and Packing Decisions.

5.Pricing and Promotion and Strategy: Pricing Policies and Practices Marketing Communications Advertising and Publicity Personal Selling and sales Promotion.

6.Distribution and Public Policy: Sales Forecasting Distribution strategy Managing Sales Personnel Marketing and Public Policy.

FURTHER READINGS:

1.Philip Kotler; Marketing Management Analysis, Planning and Control;
2.Stanton W.J: Fundamentals of Marketing;
3.J.C. Gandhi: Marketing A Managerial Approach;
4.Ramaswamy & Namkumari ; Marketing Management in the Indian Context;
5.Ramanuji Majumdar; Product Kindra, GS (ed) 1995, Marketing in Developing Countries.

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Second Year – Pgmba201-Financial Management

1.Introduction to Financial Management : Financial Management An Overview Methods of Raising finance Sources of raising finance.

2.Financial and Investment Analysis: Ratio Analysis Leverage Analysis Budgeting and Budgetary Control Investment Appraisal Methods.

3.Financial Flows and Forecasting: Cash Flow & Funds Flow Analysis Cost-Volume Profit Analysis Financial Forecasting (including Cash Budget).

4.Capital Structure Decisions: Capital Structure Theories Cost of Capital Requirements Management of Cash and Receivables Management of Inventory.

FURTHER READINGS:

1.Financial Management and Policy James C. Van Home
2.Financial Management: Theory and Practices Prasanna Chandra
3.The Theory of Financial Management Solomon Ezra
4.Financial Management I.M. Pandey
5.Principles of Corporate Finance Richard A Brealey et. Al
6.Cases in Financial Management M.Y. Khan & Jain
7.Techniques if Financial Analysis E.A. Hifer
8.Financial Management P. Brockington
9.Managerial Finance Weston & Brighan

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financial management
I am looking for book solutions of “cases in financial management”authored by im pandey and ramesh bhat. pl. help
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dearsir, i want to know about production planning management with dde mode.
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english,physics,mathematics
can you give me the sample papers of first year b.sc(comp) of nagrjuna univ
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Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – First Year – Pgmba106 – Information Management and Computer Applications

1.Computers in Management: Role of Computers in Management Introduction to Computers Personal Computers and its uses Spreadsheet Software and managerial Applications.

2. Managerial Applications of Computers: Computer and Management Functions Computer Based Financial Systems Computer Based Inventory Systems Computers in Human Resource Management.

3.Socio-Legal Aspects of Computerisation: Social Dimensions of Computerisation Computer Viruses Legal Dimensions of Computerisation.

4.Management Information Systems: An MIS Perspective Information Needs and its Economics Management Information and Control Systems.

5.Systems Analysis and Computer Languages: Systems Analysis and Design Computer Programming Programming Language COBOL and its Applications.

FURTHER READINGS:

1. Roger Hunt & John Shelly Computers and Commonsense, Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi
2. Moris, R. Computer Basics for Managers, Business Books Limited, London
3.Wille E.The Computer in Personnel Work, IPM, London
4.Dpgplite Using Small Business Computers’, Practice-Hall, Englewood Cliff.
5.Sander D.H. Computer in Business: An Introduction, McGraw Hill Book, New York.
6.Leobbcke and Vasar helye, 1996 Micro Computers-applications to Business Problems, Inwin.
7.Homewood; Clifton HD, 1986 Business Data Systems, PHI, NJ
8.Kanter Jerma, 1994 Management Information Systems. PHI, ND.
9.Terrace W. Pratt, 1993 Programming Languages, Design and Implementation; PHI, ND.

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – First Year – Pgmba105 – Quantitative Techniques for Managerial Decissions

1.Basic Mathematics for Management: Quantitative Decision Making an Overview Functions and Progressions Basic Calculus and applications Matrix Algebra and Applications.

2.Data Collection and Analysis: Collection of Data-Presentation of Data Measures of Central Tendency Measures of Variation and Skewness.

3.Probability and Probability Distributions: Basic concepts of Probability Descrete Probability Distributions Continuous Probability Distributions Decision Theory.

4.Sampling and Sampling Distributions: Sampling Methods Sampling Distributions Testing of Hypothesis Chi-Square Tests

5.Forecasting Methods: Business Forecasting Correlation Regression Time Series Analysis.

FURTHER READINGS:

1.Mathematics for Management : An Introduction TMH, New Delhi.
2.Moskouritz, H and Gp Wright, 1985 Statistics for Management and Economics, Charles E. Merill Publishing Company
3.Levin R, 1984 Statistics for Management PHI, New Delhi
4.Plane DR and EP, 1986 Business & Economic Strategies, Business Publications, Inc, Plano
5.Jarett J, 1987 Business Forecasting Methods, Basil Black Wall, London.

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – First Year – Pgmba104 – Accounting for Managers

1.Accounting Framework: Accounting and its Functions Accounting Concepts and Standards Accounting Information and its Applications.

2.Understanding Financial Statement: Construction and Analysis of Profit and Loss Account Construction and Analysis of Balance Sheet Construction and Analysis of Funds Flow Statement.

3.Accounting for Capital Issues: Accounting for Issue Allottment and Forfeiture of Shares, Accounting for Debentures Issues Conversion Accounting Procedures for Declaring and Distributing Dividends.

4.Financial Reporting and Auditing: Legal requirements relating to Accounting Disclosure: Indian Companies Act, 1956, Books of Accounts Annual Accounts and Balance Sheet, Form and Contents of the Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Account, Board’s Report, Legal Requirements relating to Auditing (Brief): Auditor’s Penalty for Non-compliance, Inflation Accounting Methods of Accounting for Inflation.

5.Cost Management: Understanding and Classifying Costs absorption and Marginal Costing Cost Volume -, Profit Analysis Variance Analysis.

FURTHER READINGS:

1.Anthony, Robert N and James Reece, 1987 Accounting Principles, All India Traveler Book Seller, ND
2.Horngren, Charles T. 1978 Introduction to Management Accounting, PHI, NJ
3.Maheswari SNN Management Accounting and Financial Control, Mahavir Book Depot, Delhi
4.Noore Carl L and Robert K. Joedicke, 1976 Managerial Accounting, South Western Pub. Co.
5.Rober S. Kaplan and Anthony A. Atkinson Advanced Management Accounting (PHI), New Delhi.
6.Jack L. Smith, Robert M. Keith and William L. Stephens Managerial Accounting (McGraw Hill), New Delhi
7.Bhatatosh Banarjee Financial Policy and Management Accounting, The World Press, Calcutta.

Comment for Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – First Year – Pgmba104 – Accounting for Managers
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Msc maths of Acharya Nagarjuna University,Distance education
please send 2008 and 2007 papers of Acharya Nagarjuna university distance education
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Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – First Year – Pgmba103 – Managerial Economics

1.Concepts and Techniques: Introduction to Managerial Economics Fundamental Concepts Basic Techniques.

2. Demand Decisions: Demand Concepts Demand Analysis Demand Elasticities and Demand Estimates Demand Forecasting.

3.Input Output decisions: Production Concepts and Analysis Cost Concepts and Analysis – Empirical Estimates of Production and Costs.

4.Price Output Decisions: Market Environment of Price Out-Put Decisions by the Firm and the Industry Analysis of Market Structure Large Group Case Analysis of Market Structure Small Group Case Pricing strategies and Tactics.

5.The Firm in Theory and Practice: Economic Theory of Firm The Behavioural Theory of the Firm Managerial Theories of the Firm Profit Concepts and analysis.

6. Investment Decisions: Capital Budgeting Public Investment Decision The Economics of Risk and Uncertainty.

FURTHER READINGS:

1.Dean Joel (1976) Managerial Economics PHI, New Delhi
2.Douglas Evan J, 1983 Managerial Economics, Theory, Practice & Problems; PHF, New Delhi.
3.Mote V.C. Samuel Paul
And GS Gupta, 1977 Managerial Economics Concepts & Cases, TMH
4. Wildsmith JR 1972 Managerial Theories of the Firm (Martin-Robertson)
5. K.K. Seo, Managerial Economics, Richard D. Irwin Inc, 1988

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – First Year – Pgmba102 – Business Environment

1.Economic and Social Environment: Economic Environment of Business Socio-Cultural and Political Legal Environment Changing Role of Government.

2.Structure of the Indian Economy: Structural Dimensions of Indian Economy Structure of Indian Industry Public Sector in India Private Sector in India Small sector in India Sickness in Indian Industry.

3.Planning and Policies : Planning Goals and Strategies Evolution of Industrial Policy Regulatory and Promotional Framework.

4.External Sector: Indian Foreign Trade India’s Balance of payment Export and Import Policy Foreign Capital and Collaborations India’s External Debt.

5.Economic Reforms Since 1991: Industrial Policy of 1991 Economic Reforms; Liberalisation, Gl.obalisation and Privatisation Financial Sector Reforms Fiscal Sector Reforms Economic Reforms and Social Justice.

FURTHER READINGS :

1.Agarwala ANN, 1986 Emergent Dimensions in India Environment, Asia Publishing House, Delhi.
2.Government of India Economic Survey, (Latest Issue)
3.Wadhva, Charan D, 1984 Some Problems of India’s Economic Policy, TMH, ND
4. Khan M.Y, 1980 Indian Financial Shystems; Theory and Practice
5. K.V. Sivayya & V.B.M. Das Indian Industrial Economy
6. M. Adhikar Economic Environment & Business Environment
7.A. . Das Gupta & N.K. Sen Gupta Government and Business
8. D. Amarchand Government and Business.

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