Acharya Nagarjuna University – Center for Distance Education – Syllabus of Master of Business Administration (MBA) – First Year – Pgmba101 – Management Process and Behavior

1.Role of a Manager: Tasks of a Professional Manager Responsibilities of a Professional Manager Management Systems and Process Managerial Skills.

2.Decision Making : Organisational Context of Decisions Decision Making Models decision making techniques and process Management by Objectives.

3.Organisational Climate and Change : Organisational culture and Management Ethos Management of Organisational conflicts Managing Change.

4.Organisation Structure and Processes: Organisation Structure and Design Managerial Communication Planning Process controlling delegation and Inter-Department Coordination.

5.Behaviour Dynamics: Analysis of Interpersonal Relations Leadership styles and Influence Process Group Dynamics.

FURTHER READINGS:

1.Harold Koontz Y & Henz Weihrich :Management
2.James A.F. Stoner & R. Edward Freedman :Management
3.L.A. Allen :Management and Organisation
4.Newman & Summer :The Process of Management
5.Robins SP, 1985 :Organisational Behaviour
6.Myers & Myers , 1982 :Managing by communication
7.Fiedler F.E., 1967 :A Theory of Leadership Effectiveness

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Syllabus of various Post Graduate courses Master of Science – Information Science (MScIS)

Entrance Test

Section A
C Programming, Fundamentals of C++, Data Structures (40 Marks)

Section B
Computer Organisation, Operating Systems (30 Marks)

Section C
DBMS, Data Communications (30 Marks)

Total : 40 + 30 + 30 (100)

Syllabus for 1st Semester

Computer Algorithms
Distributed Operating Systems
Web Programming
Tcp/Ip
Artificial Intelligence
Softskills
Lab
Web Programming
Unix with tcp/ip Implementation

Syllabus for 2nd Semester

Data WareHousing & Mining
Security & Cryptography
Information Systems Audit & Control
Wireless Technologies
Microprocessor 8086
SoftSkills
Lab
Assembly Language Programming
Mini Project

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Syllabus of Master of Arts (MA) programs – PGSOC104 Indian Society : Structure And Change

Unit – I: STUDY OF INDIAN SOCIETY

1. Theoretical Approaches to the Study of Indian Society (Indological, Structural, Functional Dialectical, Subaltern)

2. Composition of Indian Society: Unity in Diversity (Racial, Ethnic, Religious, Linguistic and Cultural Groups)

3. Understanding Indian Society through Traditional Values (Hindu view of life – Purusharthas, Ashrama, concepts of Karma and Rebirth)

4. Caste System (Concept of Varna, Jathi – Features of caste system, Theories of Origin, Changing trends and Future)

Unit – II: MAJOR SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS

1. Marriage (Types of Marriages, Traditional forms of Hindu Marriage, Hindu Marriage as a sacrament, Legislation and Changing trends)

2. Marriage among Muslims and Christmas

3. Family System (Nature and Characteristics of Indian Family,Types and Forms of Family – Changing trends)

4. Kinship (Definition, Types, Theories and Kinship Organisation)

Unit – III: SOCIAL STRATIFICATION AND INEQUALITY IN INDIA

1. Caste, Class and Power
2. Caste as a form of Social Inequality
3. Inequality and its Perpetuation
4. Social stratification and Inequality: Issues and Emerging Trends in India

Unit – IV: PROCESS OF SOCIAL CHANGE IN INDIA

1. Sanskritization
2. Westernization
3. Modernization and Secularization
4. Macro Change in India (Education, Unemployment, Industrialisation)

Unit – V: PROTEST – REFORM – IDENTITY – MOVEMENTS IN INDIA

1. Religious Movements
2. Reform Movements
3. Backward Class Movements
4. Peasant Movements

Unit – VI: CRISIS AND RESILIENCE

1. Social Tensions in India
2. National Integration in India Society
3. Tradition and Modernity
4. Structure, Tradition and Crisis, and Social Resilience

REFERENCES BOOKS:

1. David Mandlebaum : Society in India
2. Singh, Yogender : Modernization of Indian Tradition
3. Kapadia, K.M. : Marriage and Family in India
4. Guptha, Dipankar (ed): Social Stratification
5. Shah, Ghanasham : Social Movements in India

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Acharya Nagarjuna University – Syllabus of Master of Arts (MA) programs – PGSOC103 Social Research And statistics

Unit – I: WHAT IS SOCIAL RESEARCH

1. Scientific Method
2. Social Survey and Social Research
3. Theory, Fact and Hypotheses
4. Different Types of Research

Unit – II: ORGANISING RESEARCH

1. Selection of Research Problem
2. Research Design
3. Types of Research Design
4. Probability and Non-probability Sampling

Unit – III: METHODS OF DATA – COLLECTION

1. Observation
2. Questionnaire and Interview Schedule
3. Case Study
4. Other Methods of Data – Collection

Unit – IV: STATISTICS FOR SOCIOLOGY

1. Statistics and Social Science
2. Classification and Tabulation
3. Measures of Central Value
4. Measures of Variation

Unit – V: STATISTICAL METHODS

1. Correlation
2. Simple Regression
3. ChiSquare Test
4. Use of Statistics in Social Research

Unit – VI: DATA PRESENTATION

1. Pictorial Presentation – Diagrams
2. Graphs
3. Scaling Techniques
4. Writing Research Report

REFERENCES BOOKS:

1. Good and Hatt : Methods in Social Research

2. P.V. Young : Scientific Social Surveys and Research

3. Jahoda and Others : Research Methods in Social Relations

4. Black and Champion : Methods and Issues in Social Research

5. C.A. Moser and G. Kalton: Survey Methods in Social Investigation

6. Edwards : Attitude Scale construction techniques

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Syllabus of Master of Arts (MA) programs – PGSOC102 Social Thought And Socialogical Perspectives

Unit – I: SOCIOLOGICAL THOUGHT AND THEORY

1. Sociological Thought: Nature Development and the Social Context
2. Sociological Theory: The Origin, Types of Sociology Theory
3. Founding father of Sociological Thought Auguste Comte: Law of Human Progress, Hierarchy of Sciences
4. Social Statistics and Dynamics and Positivism.

Unit – II: EARLY THINKERS AND PIONEERS

1. Herbert Spencer: Evolutionary Theory, Organic Analogy
2. Durkheim, E.: Division of Labour, Suicide
3. Durkheim, E.: Social Facts, Elementary forms of Religious life
4. Ferdinand Tonnies : Gemeinschaft, Gescllschaft

Unit – III: PIONEER THINKERS

1. Karl Marx: Theory of Class and Dialectic Materialism
2. Karl Marx: Theory of Social Change
3. Karl Marx: Surplus Value and Alienation
4. Vilfredo Pareto: Logical and Non-Logical Action Residues, Circulation of elites

Unit – IV: PIONEER THINKERS

1. Max Weber: Ideal types: Methodology of Social sciences, typology of Social action
2. Max Weber: Class, Status and Power
3. Max Weber: Protestant Ethnic and the spirit of Capitalism
4. Contributions of Cooley, Mead and Fraud

Unit – V: CONTEMPORARY THINKERS

1. Pitrim Sorokin: Socio-Cultural Dynamics & Social Mobility
2. Talcott Parsons: Action Frame of Reference, Pattern Variables
3. R.K. Merton: Functional Paradigm, Manifest and Latent Function, Reference Group Theory
4. R.K. Mukherjee: Theory of Values,Theory of Society
5. Mahatma Gandhi: Sarvodaya and Non-Violence

Unit – VI: PARADIGMS OF SOCIOLOGICAL THOUGHT

1. Organic – structural – Functional Paradigm
2. Conflict – radical Paradigm
3. Social – Behaviourist Paradigm and the theory of Social Exchange
4. The Perspectives of Ethnomethodology and Phenomenology

REFERENCES BOOKS:

1. Bogardus : The Development of Social Thought
2. Cohen, Percy : Modern Social Theory
3. Raymond Aaron : Main Currents in Sociological Thought
4. Margret Vine : Sociological Theory
5. Timasheff, N.S. : Sociological Theory, Nature and Growth

Acharya Nagarjuna University – Syllabus of Master of Arts (MA) programs – PGSOC101 Sociological Analysis

Unit – I: INTRODUCTION

1. Emergence of Sociology,
2. Definition, Nature and Scope of Sociology,
3. Sociology and its relationship with other Social Sciences
4. Sociology in India

Unit – II: SOCIAL GROUPS

1. Social Groups – Types of Social Groups
2. Community
3. Society
4. Socialization

Unit – III: SOCIAL STRUCTURE / SYSTEM

1. Social System and Social Structure
2. Culture and its Components
3. Status and Role
4. Power and Authority

Unit – IV: SOCIAL INTERACTION / SOCIAL PROCESS

1. Associative Social Process
2. Dissociative Social Process
3. Social Control
4. Conformity and Deviance

Unit – V: SOCIAL STRATIFICATION

1. Social Differentiation and Social Stratification
2. Class as a Dimension of Stratification
3. Caste as a Dimension of Stratification
4. Theories of Stratification

Unit – VI: SOCIAL CHANGE

1. Meaning, Nature and Characteristics
2. Factors of Social Change
3. Theories of Social Change
4. Social Evolution and Social Progress

REFERENCES BOOKS:

1. Inkles, Alex : What is Sociology
2. Koening, Samuel : Sociology an introduction to the Science of Society
3. Mac Iver & Page : Society
4. Bierstadt. Robert: Social Order
5. Nobbs, Jack : Society in Context
6. Davis, Kingsley : Human society
7. Bottomore, T.B. : Sociology A Guide to Problems Introduction
8. Johnson, H.M. : An Introduction to Systematic Sociology
9. Harlambose : Themes and Perspective in Sociology

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