(Regular 2 Years Semester System Program)
MBA MBA (Regular2YearsProgram)
Biju Patnaik University of Technology, Orissa Rourkela
1 Year MBA1 SemesterMBA101 MBA102 MBA103 MBA104 MBA105 MBA106 MBA107 MBA108 MBA109 OrganizationStructure&ManagementProcess OrganizationalBehaviour ManagerialEconomics QuantitativeTechniques BasicFinancialAccounting ITforManagers CommunicativeEnglish CommunicativeEnglish(Lab.) ITLab
MBA101:ORGANIZATIONSTRUCTURE&MANAGEMENTPROCESS ModuleI:ManagementandNatureofOrganization Introduction: Nature, purpose and functions, level and types of Managers, Managerial Roles, Essential Managerial Skills, Key personal characteristics for Managerial success. Evolutionandvariousschoolstomanagementthoughts. Nature of Organisation Proprietorship, Partnership, Cooperatives and Statutory Corporations, CompaniesConcepts of holding and subsidiary companies, Comparison and Choice of structures, Features of International Organisations and Multinational Companies. ModuleII:PlanningandDecisionMaking Meaning and nature of planning, types of plans, steps in planning process; Objectives: meaning, setting and managing objectives MBO method: concept and process of managing by objectives; Strategies: definition, levels of strategies, its importance in an Organization; Policies: meaning, formulation of policies; Programs: meaning, nature; Planningpremises:concept,developingeffectiveplanningpremises;Decisionmaking,steps in decision making, approaches to decision making, types of decisions and various techniques used for decision making, Nature and process of controlling, Techniques of controlling. ModuleIII:Organizing: Organizing as Managerial Function organization structure, formal and informal organization.Traditional Organization Structures Functional, Divisional and Matrix Structure. Directions in organizational Structures Team structure, network structure, boundary less structure. Organizing Trends and Practices Chain of command, unity of command,spanofcontrol,delegationandempowerment,decentralizationanduseofstaff, organizationaldesignandorganizationalconfiguration. Leading as a function of management, Leadership and vision, Leadership traits, classic Leadershipstyles,LeadersbehaviourLikertsfoursystems,ManagerialGrid.Overlapping roleofleaderandmanagers. Caseanalysiscompulsory RecommendedBooks:1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. ManagementTextandCases,VSPRao&V.Harikrishna,Excel. Management,Robbins,Coulter&Vohra,Pearson. ManagementPrinciples&Applications,RickyW.Griffin,Cengage. BusinessOrganization&Management,C.R.Basu,TMH BusinessStructureandProcesses,Appannaihaetall,HPH. EssentialsofManagement,KoontzandWeihrich,TMH BusinessOrganization&Management,M.C.Shukla,S.Chand. PrinciplesofManagement,Gupta,PHI ManagementPrinciples,Processes&Practices,BhatKumar,Oxford. PrinciplesandPractices&ManagementL.MPrasad,SultanChand.
MBA102:ORGANIZATIONALBEHAVIOUR ModuleI: Organizationalbehavior: Introduction, goals, elements, scope and historical development of Organizational Behaviour, fundamental concepts, contributing disciplines to OB, Models of OB, social systems and organizational culture, international dimensions of organizational behaviour, limitationsofOrganizationalbehaviour,thefutureofOB ModuleII: Individualbehaviours:Introduction,foundationofindividualbehavior: Personality: determinants, personality traits, types, from concepts to skills, theories, instrumentstomeasurepersonality,personalityattributesinfluencingOB. Perception:factorsinfluencingperception,theories,perceptualerrors. Emotions:typesofemotions,determinants,emotionallabour,emotionalintelligence. Attitudes: sources of attitudes, types of attitudes, cognitive dissonance theory, from conceptstoskills,changingattitudes,workrelatedattitudes. Values: importance of values, sources of our value systems, types of values, loyalty and ethicalbehavior. Learning:theoriesoflearningsomespecificorganizationalapplications. TheoriesofMotivation. ModuleIII: Behaviourintheorganization:Introduction,Issuesbetweenorganizationsandindividuals. Interpersonal behaviour: Conflict in Organizations: nature of conflict, levels of conflict, conflictmanagementstyles. Groupdynamics:typesofgroups,meetings,teamwork,stagesofgroupformation. Employeestress:forms,causes,implications,approachestostressmanagement. Caseanalysiscompulsory RecommendedBooks: 1. OrganizationalBehaviour,K.Awathappa,HPH. 2. OrganizationalBehaviour,Robbins,Judge,Sanghi,Pearson. 3. OrganizationalBehaviour,VSPRao,Excel 4. IntroductiontoOrganizationalBehaviour,Moorhead,Griffin,Cengage. 5. UnderstandingOrganizationalBehaviour,Parek,Oxford 6. OrganizationalBehaviour,Hitt,Miller,Colella,Wiley 7. BehaviourinOrganizations,Greenberg,Baron,PHI 8. OrganizationalBehaviour,MParikh,RGuptaTMH 9. CasesinOrganizationalBehaviour&HRM,SaiyadainSodhiJoshi,TMH 10. OrganizationalBehavior,Khanka,S.Chand 11. OrganisationalBehaviour,Gupta,joshi,Kalyani
MBA103:MANAGERIALECONOMICSModuleI:Introduction&DemandandProductionAnalysis: Introduction to Managerial Economics, Use of Economic models in Decision making, Specifications of the model, Demand Analysis for decision making, Demand Schedule and demand function, Elasticity of Demand, Demand forecasting, Production Analysis, production Function, One Variable input Production function and two variable Input productionfunction.(Simplenumericalproblemsbesolved)
ModuleII:Cost&PricingAnalysis Various Cost concepts, Cost Functions Short run Cost Functions and its Empirical Estimation,LongrunCostFunction,Economiesofscaleandeconomiesofscope.Priceand Output decision under perfect Competition, Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly. Descriptive pricing approaches: full cost pricing, product pricing. Pricing strategies : price skimming, penetration pricing and loss leader pricing. (Simple numerical problemsbesolved)
ModuleIII:MacroEconomicAnalysisofManagerialDecisions Meaning and Nature of Macro Economics; Circular Flow of income, the concept of GDP, GNP,ConceptsofConsumptions,SavingsandInvestment.BusinessCycles:Consequences andMeasurestosolvetheProblemsofBusinessCycles,Inflation. CASEANALYSISCOMPULSORY RecommendedBooks: 1. ManagerialEconomics,GeetikaGhosh,RoyChoudhury,(2ndEdition)TMH. 2. ManagerialEconomics,Keat,Young,Banarjee,Pearson. 3. ManagerialEconomics,Theory&Applications,D.M.Mithani,HPH. 4. ManagerialEconomics,AnIntegrativeApproach,MarkHirschey,Cengage. 5. ManagerialEconomics,Salvatre/Srivastava,Oxford. 6. ManagerialEconomics,analysisofmanagerialdecisionmaking,H.L.Ahuja,S.Chand. 7. ManagerialEconomics,D.N.Dwivedi,Vikas. 8. ManagerialEconomics,PLMehta,SultanChandandSons
MBA104:QUANTITATIVETECHNIQUESModuleI Introduction to Linear Programming Problems, Formulation of Linear Programming Problems, General statement and assumptions underlying Linear Programming, Graphical methodfor solution of LPP.Simplexmethodforsolution ofLPP,Solutionofmaximization and minimization problems, BigM method, Two phase method, Unbounded and degeneratesolution of LPP,DualityinLinearprogramming.Introductiontotransportation problems, NorthWest corner rule, Least cost method, Vogels approximation method for obtaining initial feasible solutions, Stepping stone and MODI method to get optimal solution,Transhipmentproblem. ModuleII Introduction to Assignment problems, Hungarian method to solve assignment problems, Unbalanced assignment problems, Constrained assignment problems. Introduction to sequencing problem, Solution to sequencing problems, Gantt chart, Johnsons rule. Introductiontoreplacementtheory,Replacementpolicyforequipmentswhichdeteriorates graduallyandfailsuddenly.Introductiontogametheory,Gamemodels,Twopersonszero sum games and their solution, solution of 2Xn and mX2 games by graphical approach, SolutionofmXngames. ModuleIII Introduction to decision theory, One stage decision making problem, multi stage decision makingproblem,utilitytheory.IntroductiontoMarkovprocess,Markovanalysis:inputand output. Introduction to forecasting problems, Time series models for forecasting. Introduction to simulation, Process of simulation, Monte Carlo simulation, Simulation of inventorysystem,simulationofqueuingsystem. CASEANALYSISCOMPULSORY RecommendedBooks: 1. QuantitativeTechniquesinManagement,VohraTMH 2. QuantitativeAnalysisforManagement,Rendey,Staiv,Hanna,BadriPearson. 3. QuantitativeTechniquesforManagerialDecisions,J.K.Sharma,McMillan 4. QuantitativeTechniques,K.S.Bhatt,HPH 5. AnIntroductiontoManagementScience,Anderson,Sweeney,WilliamsCengage 6. OperationResearch,Ravindram,Philips,SolbergWiley. 7. QuantitativeTechniques,C.R.Kothari,Vikas. 8. OperationResearch,Winston,Cengage. 9. OperationResearch,Tripathy,Kalyani.
MBA105:BASICFINANCIALACCOUNTING ModuleI:ACCOUNTING Importance & scope of accounting, Accounting concepts & conventions, Accounting Standards,IFRS,Accountingequations,Usersofaccountingstatements. Preparation of Books of Original Records: Journals, Subsidiary books, Ledgers & Trial balance. Preparation of Final Accounts / Statements: Basic adjustments, , Preparation of financial statements. DepreciationFixedAssetAccounting,Inventoryvaluation. StudentsshouldlearnapplicationofTallypackage.
ModuleII:CORPORATEACCOUNTING Accounting of Joint Stock Companies: Overview of Share Capital and Debentures, AccountingforIssueandforfeitureofShares,IssueofBonusShare.IssueofDebentures, FinancialStatementsofCompanies:IncomeStatementandBalanceSheetinScheduleVI. ProvisionsoftheCompaniesAct:AffectingpreparationofFinancialStatements,Creative Accounting,AnnualReport,PresentationandanalysisofAuditreportsandDirectorsreport. (StudentsshouldbeexposedtoreadingofAnnualReportsofCompaniesbothdetailedand summarizedversion).