BBA Second Sem Syllabus

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BBA Second Sem Syllabus

Second Semester Syllabus

Number of subjects(Per semester)=6 subjects

1. E-commerce

2.Business communication

3.E-commerce lab

4.Business environment

5.Cost accounting

6.Quantitative techniques

1)E-commerce

Unit 1

Introduction to E-commerce:

Meaning

Nature

Concepts

Advantages

Disadvantages

Reasons for transacting online

Electronic commerce models

Challenges and barriers in the E-commerce environment

E-commerce in India

Transition to E-commerce in India

Indian readiness for E-commerce

E-Transition challenges for Indian corporate

Unit 2

HTML

Elements

Tags

Basic structure of HTML files

Basic and advanced text formatting

Multimedia components in HTML documents

Designing of webpage

Document layout

List

Tables

Hyperlink

Working with frames

Forms and Controls

Unit 3

Electronic Payment System

Digital payment requirements

Electronic Payment System

Types of electronic payment systems

Concept of e-Money

Infrastructure issues and risks in EPS

Electronic fund transfer

Security issues in E-commerce

Need and concepts

The electronic commerce security environment

Security threats in an E-commerce environment

Basics of Encryption and Decryption

Unit 4

E-Commerce Applications

E-Commerce Applications in various industries

Emerging trends in E-commerce

Mobile commerce

Economic

Technological and social considerations

Regulatory and Ethical considerations in E-commerce

2).Business communication

Unit 1

Fundamental of communication

Meaning and significance of communication

Process of communication

Principles of effective business communication

7Cs

How to improve command over spoken and written English

Effective listening

Unit 2

Communicating in a Multicultural World

The idea of a global world

Impact of globalization on organizational and multicultural communication

Understanding culture for global communication

Etic and emic approaches to culture

The cross-culture dimensions of business communication

Technology and communication

Ethical and legal issues in business communication

Overcoming cross-cultural communication

Unit 3

Business letter writing and presentation tools

Business letters-Need, functions and layout of letter writing

Types of letter writing:

A Persuasive letter, Request letters, Sales letter and Complaints

Employment-related letters:

Interview letters, Promotion letters, Registration letters

Unit 4

Departmental Communication

Barriers of communication

Meaning

Need and types

News letters

Circulars

Agenda

Notice

Office orders

Minutes of the meeting

Project and report writing

How to make a presentation

The various presentation tools along with guidelines of effective presentation

3).E-commerce lab

Objective

E-commerce will cover the following

Creating web pages using HTML Tags

Elements

Basic and advanced text formatting

Multimedia components in HTML documents

Designing of webpage

Document layout

List

Tables

Hyperlink

Working and frames

forms and controls

Other relevant things

4).Business environment

Unit 1

An overview of the business environment

Types of Environment Internal

External

Micro and macro environment

Socio-cultural environment

Competitive structure of Industries

Environmental analysis and stratigic management

Managing diversity

Scope of business

Characterstics of business

Process and limitations of environmental analysis

Structure of Indian Economy

Concept of economic growth and economic development

Basic characteristics of the Indian economy

Unit 2

Planning and economic development and problems in Indian economy

Industrial policy 1991

Disinvestments of public enterprises

Economic problems

Poverty

Inequality

Unemployment

The concentration of economic power

Low capital formation and industrial sickness

Unit 3

Concepts of macroeconomics and national income determination

Definitions

Importance

Limitations of macro-economics

Macro-economic variables

Circular flow in 2,3,4 sector and multiplier in 2,3,4 sector

National income

Concepts

Definitions

Methods of measurement

National income in India

Problems in the measurement of national income and precautions in estimation of national income

Macro Economic Framework

Theory of full employment and income

Classical

Modern(Keynesian) approach

Consumption function

Relationship between saving and consumption

Investment function

Unit 4

Economic environment

Nature of economic environment

Economic

Nature and structure of the economy

Monetary and fiscal policies

FEMA

FDI

WTO

GATT

5).Cost accounting

Unit 1

Meaning and scope of accounting

Basic cost objective and scope of cost accounting

Cost centres and cost units

Difference between financial, cost and management accounting

Basic cost concepts

Cost classification and elements of cost

Materials control

Meaning

Steps involved

Materials and inventory

Techniques of material/inventory control(EOQ, Stock levels, FIFO, LIFO)

Unit 2

Labour cost

Attendance and payroll procedures Overtime

Idle time and incentives

Direct and indirect labour

Remuneration

Systems and incentive schemes(Halsey, Rowan, Taylor, Merrick, Bedaux, Emertion plans practical examples)

Overheads :

Functional analysis –

Factory

Administration

Selling

Distriution

Research and development

Fixed

Variable

Semi variable and step cost

Factory overheads

Administration overheads and selling and distrubtion overheads in brief

Unit 3

Cost sheet

Preparation of Cost Sheet

Process Costing

Meaning and computation of normal profits

Abnormal effectives and abnormal loss

Unit 4

Contract Costing :

Contract meaning

Types, job and Batch costing

Preparation of contract accounts

Escalation clause

Calculation of work in progress

Accounting for material

Accounting for plant used in  a contract

Contact profit and loss account

Balance sheet

operating cost

6).Quantitative techniques

Unit 1

Statistics :

Defination

Importance and limitation

Collection of data and formation of frequency distribution :

Graphics

Bars

Histogram

Diagrammatic

Measures of variation :

Range

IQR

Quartile

Deciles and percentiles

Quatile deviation, standard deviation and Lorenz curve

Unit 2

Correlation analysis

Correlation coefficient

Assumption of correlation analysis

Coefficients of determintion and correlation

Measurement of coorelation- Karl Pearson’s methods

Spearman’s rank correlation

Regression :  Meaning

Assumptions

Regression lines

Ordinary least square method of regression

Pitfalls and Limitations associated with regression and correlation analysis

Unit 3

Linear programming :

Concept and assumptions usage in business decision making

Linear programming problem: Formulation

Method of solving : Graphical and simplex

Problems with mixed constraints :

Duality

Concept

Significance

Unit 4

Transportation and assignment problems :

General structure of transportation problem

Different types of methods for finding initial solution by North-West corner rule

Least cost method and vogal approximation method and testing for optimality

Assignment problem :

Hungarian assignment method

Unbalanced assignment problems

Restrictions in assignment

Travelling salesman model.

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