MBA trisemester pattern for Annunivesity students.

MBA trisemester pattern for Annunivesity students.Below is the question paper pattern and the updated syllabus for Annuniversity

ANNA UNIVERSITY COIMBATORE
2009 Regulations- Trimester Pattern
MBA Question Paper Pattern
Maximum marks : 100
 Part A (10 x 2 = 20 marks) – No Choice
 Part B ( 5×12 = 60 marks)
Five out of Eight Questions
 Part C ( 1×20=20 marks)
Compulsory Question- Case/problem
Internal Marks Component
Maximum 50 Marks
 Tests : 20 Marks ( Two Tests Carrying equal marks)
 Assignment : 15 Marks
 Case Analysis
/ Seminar : 15 Marks


ANNA UNIVERSITY COIMBATORE
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
REGULATION 2009- SYLLABUS
I-TRIMESTER

Code No. Course Title L T P M Credits
MBA0901 Management Principles 4 0 0 100 3
MBA0902 Quantitative Methods for Management 3 1 0 100 3
MBA0903 Managerial Economics 4 0 0 100 3
MBA0904 Organisational Behaviour 4 0 0 100 3
MBA0905 Accounting for Managers 3 1 0 100 3
MBA0906 Executive Communication-Practical 0 0 4 100 2
MBA0901-MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES
Unit Topics No. of
Hours
1
Managing and Mangers: Definition, Need, Functions, Levels and
challenges. The Evolution of Management Theory. Management and
society: The External Environment – SWOT, Social responsibility and
Ethics – Globalization and Management.
08
2
Planning :Vision, Mission, Objectives, Nature, Importance, Types and
Process-Strategies, Policies, Premising and Forecasting – Core
competence –Competitive advantage-Management By Objectives
(MBO)-Decision Making
08
3
The Nature of Organizing and Entrepreneuring – Organizational
Structure : Departmentation – Span of Management-Power and
Distribution of Authority
Leading in organization – Leadership – Introduction –Fundamentals of
Staffing-Direction and Supervision-Committees and Teams –
Communication.
10
4
The System and process of Controlling-Control Techniques and
Information Technology
07
5
Contemporary trends and perspectives in management – Emerging
forms of organization – organizational change.
07
Total 40
REFERENCE BOOKS:
 Koontz Harold &N Weihrich Heinz Essentials of Management: An
International Perspective Tata McGraw Hill 2004
 Heinz Weihrich, Mark.V.Cannice & Harold Koontz Management: A global
and Entrepreneurial Perspective Tata McGraw Hill 2008
 Hellriegel, Jackson & Slocum Management A Competency – Based
Approach Thomson South-Western2007
 Peter F.Drucker, Managing for Results, Elsevier, Second Reprint 2006.
 Pettinger Introduction to Management 4e Palgrave Macmillan 2007
 P C Tripathi P N Reddy Principles of Management Tata McGraw Hill 2006
 V.S.P Rao V.Hari Krishna,Management : Text and Cases Excel Books 2002
 J S Chandan Management Concepts and Strategies Vikas Publishing
House Pvt Ltd 1997
 S.K. Mandal Fundamentals of Business Jaico publishing House2006Tata
McGraw – Hills Current Readings in Management Tata McGraw Hill 2006
 Balvinder Shukla Sanjeev Prashar Harvinder Singh Management : Case
Studies Excel Books 2007
 Arnold Glena Davies Matt Based Management (Edited Book John Wiley &
Sons Inc 2000
 Stoner, Freeman and Gilbert Jr.Management, Pearson Education, Sixth
Edition, Second Impression 2007.
 Robert Krcitner,Management,ATTBS
 Robbins S.P., Fundamentals of Management, Pearson,2003
MBA0902- QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR MANAGEMENT
Unit Topics No. of
Hours
1
Introduction to statistics- Types of statistics- Importance of
statistics in business-Describing and displaying data using Frequency
Tables, Frequency distributions, diagrammatic and graphic
presentations
07
2
Measures of central tendency and dispersion
Measures of central tendency-Mean, median , mode, quartiles,
deciles , percentiles. Measures of dispersion- Range, quartile
deviation, Mean deviation, standard deviation, coefficient of variation.
Estimation & Confidence Intervals-Types of estimates-Point estimates
and confidence intervals for a mean and proportion
08
3
Testing of Hypothesis I
Procedure for testing of hypothesis-Hypothesis testing for large
sample and small samples ( using z-test, ‘t’ test)- F-test.
09
4
Testing of Hypothesis II
Non-parametric tests: chi-square tests Sign test, Mann Whitney UTest,
Kruskal-Wallis Test, Spearman’s Rank correlation Test
09
5
Correlation & Regression
Concepts of correlation-Types of correlation-Karl Pearson’s
coefficient of correlation. Simple Regression-Regression Coefficients-
Method of least squares
07
Total 40
REFERENCE BOOKS:
 Richard I.Levin and David S.Rubin Statistics for Management Prentice Hall
of India Pvt. Ltd,1997
 Aczel Amir Sounderpandian JayvelComplete Business Statistics 6th Edn
Tata McGraw Hill, 2006
 Hooda P.R Statistics for Business and Economics 3rd Edition Tata McGraw
Hill 2007
 Taylor Business Statistics 2e Palgrave Macmillan 2006
 David R. Anderson Dennis J. Sweeney Thomas A. Williams Statistics for
Business & Economics 9th Edition Thomson South- Western 2005
 Dey B.R Textbook of managerial Statistics Macmillan India Ltd 2005
 Shenoy G.V. Pant Madan Statistical Methods in Business and Social
Sciences Macmillan India Ltd 2006
 Doane P.David Seward E.Lori Applied Statistics in Business and Economics
Tata McGraw Hill 2007
 Beri Business Statistics 2nd Edition Tata McGraw Hill 2005
 R.S.Bhardwaj Business Statistics Excel Books 2005
 Gupta S.C. and Kapoor V.K Fundamentals of Mathematical Statistics
Sultan Chand & Sons 2002
 Levin & Rubin Statistics for Management PHI, 7th Edition 2006
 Moore The Practice of Business Statistics Worth Publishers 2006
MBA0903- MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
Unit Topics No. of
Hours
1
Introduction:
Meaning and Scope of managerial Economics-Role and Responsibility
of A managerial Economist-Fundamentals concepts
Demand & Supply:Law of Demand-Types of Demand-Elasticity of
demand-Demand forecasting, Law of Supply, Elasticity of Supply
08
2
Production Function:
Production function-Short Run-Law of variable proportions- Iso-quants-
Long Run production Function-Returns to Scale-Cobb-Douglas
production function
08
3
Cost Function:
Cost concepts, short run Cost Functions Long run cost Function-
Economies of Scale.
08
4
Theory of Pricing:
Perfect competition and monopoly, Monopolistic competition, Duopoly
and oligopoly, Pricing practices and strategies, Advanced topics in
pricing theory.
08
5
National Income: National Income Accounting and Economic
Indicators( GDP, GNP, WPI, CPI ) – Business Cycle-Inflation,-Fiscal
and Monetary Policies
08
Total 40
REFERENCE BOOKS:
 Mankiw, Principles of Economics Thomson Learning 2006
 Nordhaus & Samuelson , Economics, 18th Edition Tata McGraw Hill 2007
 Suma Damodaran , Managerial Economics Oxford University Press 2006
 Thomas. R. Christopher And Maurice Charles S Managerial Economics:
Concepts and Application Tata McGraw Hill 2006
 Mulhearn Economics for Business Palgrave Macmillan 2005
 Krugman & Walls: Microeconomics Palgrave Macmillan 2005
 Pal Sumitra Managerial Economics Macmillan India Ltd 2007
 G S Gupta Macro Economics Tata McGraw Hill 2006
 Mankar V.G Business Economics Macmillan India Ltd 2007
 H.Carig Peterson and W.Cris Lewis Managerial Economics Pearson
Education 2005
 Hirschey Economics for Managers Thomson Learning 2006
 Ahuja H.L Economic Environment of Business, Macroeconomic analysis
S.Chand & Company Ltd. 2005
 Ruddar Datt and K.P.M.Sundharam Indian Economy S.Chand & Company
Ltd 2003
 Dwivedi D.N Macroeconomics- Theory and Policy Tata McGraw-Hill 2001
 Atmanand Managerial Economics Excel Books 2009
 Maheswari Managerial Economics PHI 2007
 Koutsoyiannis Modern Microeconomics Palgrave Macmillan 2005
 P.L.Metha, Managerial Economics, Sultan Chand & Sons
 Business Line
MBA0904-ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
Unit Topics No. of
Hours
1
Meaning of OB- Contributing disciplines- Challenges and opportunities for
OB- OB Model
07
2
Foundations of individual behaviour- Attitudes- components – Job
attitudes and job satisfaction. Personality – Meaning – Determinants –
Personality traits – Personality attributes-. Values – Types – Values
across cultures . Learning – Definition – Theories – Shaping – Perception
– Meaning – Factors.
09
3
Motivation – Meaning – Content and Process Theories – Application of
motivation theories – leadership – Situational theories.
08
4
Foundations of group behaviour – Classification- Stages of group
development – Group properties- Teams – Types of teams – Creating
effective teams .Conflict – Meaning – Views – Conflict process
.Negotiation – Process – Bargaining strategies .
08
5
Power – Bases of power – Power tactics .Politics Definition – Factors
contributing to political behaviour – Impression management
Organizational culture- Definition – Functions – Creating and sustaining
culture.
08
Total 40
REFERENCE BOOKS:
 Robbins Stephen P Organisational Behaviour 12th Edition Prentice Hall
(India) Pvt Ltd 2006
 Mcshane L.Steven VonGlinow Ann Mary Sharma R. Radha Organisational
Behaviour Tata McGraw Hill 2006
 Robin Fincham Peter Rhodes Principles of Organizational Behaviour Oxford
University Press 2005
 Luthan Fred Organisational Behaviour Tata McGraw Hill 2000
 Bratton Work and Organizational Behaviour Palgrave Macmillan 2005
 V.S.P Rao, Organisational Behaviour, Excel Books, 2009
 Dwivedi R.S Human Relations and Organisational Behaviour: A Global
Perspective 5th Edition Macmillan India Ltd 2006
 Sekaran Uma Organisational Behaviour 2nd Edition Tata McGraw Hill 2006
 Ivancevich M.John et.al Organisational Behaviour and Management 7th
Edition Tata McGraw Hill 2005
 Angelo Kinicki Robert Kreitner Organisational Behaviour Concepts, Skills
and Practices Tata McGraw Hill 2006
 Mirza S Saiyadain Organisational Behaviour Tata McGraw Hill 2003
 Udai Pareek Understanding Organisational Behaviour 2/e Oxford University
Press 2004
MBA0905- ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS
Unit Topics No. of
Hours
1
Accounting principles, conventions and concepts – Understanding of
financial statements
08
2
Analysis of Financial statements: Cash flow Statements – Ratio Analysis:
Liquidity Profitability, Activity, Market Test and Leverage ratios.
08
3
General cost classification (Product-Period-Manufacturing & Nonmanufacturing
cost) – Types of cost behavior patterns-Variable-semi
variable-Fixed and Mixed costs-Preparation of cost sheet – Concepts of
activity based and target costing.
08
4
Basics of Cost Volume Profit (CVP) analysis-Contribution format-
Contribution margin-Contribution margin ratio-BEP analysis-BEP
Computation-Sales mix-Sales mix and BEP.
08
5
Profit Planning : Basic framework of budgeting – Preparation of fixed –
flexible and cash budgets.
08
Total Hours 40
REFERENCE BOOKS:
 Ramachandran N Kakani Kumar Ram Financial Accounting for
Management Tata McGraw Hill 2006
 Robert N.Anthony David F.Hawkins Kenneth A. Merchant Accounting Text
and Cases Tata McGraw Hill 2007
 Ashok Banerjee Financial Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis Excel Books
2005
 S.N Maheswari S.K Maheswari Accounting for Management Vikas
Publishing 2006
 S.K Bhattacharyya John Dearden Costing for Management Vikas
Publishing 2002
 Khan MY Jain P.K Management Accounting : Text, Problems and Cases 4th
Edition Tata McGraw Hill 2007
 Anthony N.Robert et.al Accounting Text and Cases 12th Edition Tata
McGraw Hill 2007
 Tulsian P.C Fundamentals of Accounting – For CA Common Proficiency
Test(CPT) Tata McGraw Hill 2007
 Prasanna Chandra Fundamentals of Financial Management : 4th Edition
Tata McGraw Hill 2005
 Ronald W. Hilton Managerial accounting Tata McGraw Hill 2005
 Jan R. Williams Susan F. Haka Mark S. Bettner Financial & Managerial
Accounting:- The Basis for Business Decisions Tata McGraw Hill 2005
 Jain & Narang Cost Accounting Kalyani publisher 2005
 Nigam & Jain Cost Accounting PHI 2006
MBA0906 – EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATION- PRACTICAL
Unit Topics No. of
Hours
1
Communication – Meaning and significance for management – Types of
communication – Media-Barriers to communication – Principles of
effective communication.
07
2
Correspondence – Norms for Business letters – Letter for different kinds
of situations – Personalized standard letters, enquiries, customers
complaints, collection letters – sales promotion letters.
09
3
Report writing – Structure of reports – long & short reports – formal &
informal reports – writing research reports technical reports – norms for
including exhibits & appendices.
08
4
Non-verbal communication – personal appearance posture – body
language – use of charts, diagrams & tables – visual & audio visual aids
for communication – Dyadic communication:- face to face
communication – telephonic conversation.
08
5
Conducting Meetings: Procedure – preparing Agenda, minutes and
resolutions – conducting seminars and conferences:- Procedure of
Regulating speech – evaluating oral presentation – Group Discussion:
Drafting speech
08
Total 40
REFERENCE BOOKS
 John M. Penrose Robert W. Rasberry Robert J. Myers Business
Communication For Managers Cengage South –Western 2007
 Ramachandran K.K,et.al Business Communication Macmillan India Ltd
2007
 Hargie Communication Skills for Effective Management Palgrave Macmillan
2006
 Soundararaj Francis Speaking and writing for effective business
communication Macmillan India Ltd 2007
 Lesikar V. Ramond Flately E.Marie Basic Business Communication :Skills
For Empowering the internet Generation ,10th Edition Tata McGraw Hill
2005
 Mohan Krishna Banerjee Meera Developing Communication Skills
Macmillan India Ltd 2007

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