1.1 Foundation of Human Skills Unit No. I (No.

of Lectures  12) Understanding Human Nature Basics of Human Nature i) Influence of Environment and Heredity ii) Concept of Attitude Unit No. II (No. of Lectures  12) Concept of Intelligence  Intelligent Quotient Intelligence as Basis of Abilities Unit No. III (No. of Lectures  13) Effective Thinking Concept of Six Thinking Hats Unit No. IV (No. of Lectures  13) Individual Interaction and skills Basic Interaction Skills personal and interpersonal intrapersonal skills, Concept, definition, meaning of skilltypes of skills; conceptual, supervisory, technical, managerial and decision making skills. Group Influence on Interaction Skills

Trial balance. B. Concept of grouping of accounts Codification of accounts. III (No. AS 9 : Revenue recognition : Meaning and scope  Transactions excluded  Sale of goods  Rendering of services Effect of uncertainties  Disclosure  Simple illustrations. Revenue and Deferred Revenue Expenditure : Distinction between capital expenditure and revenue expenses : Unusual expenses : Effect of error. of Lectures  10) Trial Balance and Final Accounts of a Sole Proprietor Introduction to trial balance and final accounts of a sole proprietor. Rules regarding posting. Meaning and Scope of Accounting : Need. Unit No. additions and extensions  Revaluation  Sale or retirement  Valuation of fixed assets in special cases  Special types of fixed assets  Disclosure. of Lectures  15) A. I (No. Book  keeping and accounting. journal proper. Disclosures. Capital profit or loss B. Depreciation Accounting : Practical problem based on accounting treatment by provision for depreciation using SLM and RBM methods.2 Introduction to Financial Accounts Unit No. Bank reconciliation statement. AS 6 : Depreciation accounting : Meaning  Definitions  Importance  Factors  Useful life of a depreciable asset  Estimating useful life  Additions  Residual value  Methods Disclosure of surplus  change in method  Simple illustrations. Objectives of accounting. journal. Accounting Standards AS 1 : Disclosures of accounting policies : Meaning of accounting policies  Purpose  Different policies  Areas of policies Disclosure of policies  Disclosure of change in policies  Simple illustrations. Critical tests 2) Receipts : Capital receipt. Accounting packages and consideration of them in selection. development and definition. Branches of accounting. II (No. Rectification of errors. AS10: Accounting for fixed assets : Meaning  Definitions  Importance Cost of fixed assets Self constructed fixed assets  Non-monetary consideration  Improvements. Distinction between capital receipts and revenue receipts. 1) Expenditure : Classification of Expenditure  Capital. C. repairs. of Lecture  20) A. Preparation and Presentation of Final Accounts in Horizontal Form : Manufacturing Account : Trading Account : Profit and Loss Account : Balance Sheet Unit No. Revenue receipt. Opening and closing entries. Relationship between journal & ledger. . Maintaining the hierarchy and ledgers. Unit No. Subsidiary books. IV (No. Accounting Transactions : Accounting cycle. of Lectures  15) Accounting in Computerised Environment An overview of computerised environment. 3) Profit or Loss : Revenue profit or loss.1. Features of computerised accounting system. Persons interested in accounting.

II (No. 1956 (Section 1100) What is company ? Incorporation of Company  Memorandum of Association and Articles of association  Prospectus  Meetings  Board of Directors. Endorsement and Presentment Criminal Liability on Dud cheques. I (No. IV (No. Unit No. 1872) : Section 1  30 Essential Elements of Contract  Agreement and Contract  Capacity to Contract  Free Consent  consideration  Lawful objects / consideration B) Sales of Goods Act. of Lectures  20) Companies Act. of Lectures  10) (A) Consumer Protection Act. Unit No. of Lectures  20) A) Law of Contract (The Indian Contract Act. 1881 Introduction of Negotiable Instruments  characteristics of Negotiable Instrument  Different types of negotiable Instruments Parties to Negotiable Instruments  Negotiation. 1930 Scope of the Act  Sale and Agreement to sell  Essentials of a valid sale Contract  Conditions and Warranties Rights of an unpaid seller  Rules of Delivery  Auction sales  CIF & FOB contract. 1932) What is Partnership ? Partnership Formation  Types of Partnerships  Dissolution of Partnership  Rights.1. Unit No. of Lectures  10) Negotiable Instrument Act. Unit No. 1986 Objects of consumer Protection  Introduction of consumer  Who is consumer ? Meaning of the words “Goods and Services”  Meaning of the words “Defects and Deficiencies of Goods and Services”  Consumer disputes and complains  Unfair Trade Practice  Consumer Protection Councils  Consumer Disputes  Redressal Agencies. Duties and Liabilities of partners. . III (No.3 Business Law Objectives : The subject should be taught keeping in mind that the BMS students will be joining the industry. therefore the emphasis should be on uses on application of Business Law to various Organisations. C) Indian Partnership (The Indian Partnership Act.

Bayes' Theorem (concept only). of lecturers  15) Probability and Probability Distribution : Probability : Sample space as a concept. Variance and Relative measures coefficient of quartile range. Laspayre's Paasche's Kelly's and Fisher's index numbers. Data collection methods  Census and Sample Survey : Presentation of data : Tabular (Frequency distribution) and Graphical (Frequency Curve Ogives. of lecturers  15) Forecasting Techniques Correlation and Regression : Karl Pearson's coefficient of correlation (Properties and calculation). Quartile deviation. Regression equation  Statement and use. Unit No. coefficient of deviation. different types of events. Construction of (i) consumer price index (ii) Cost of living index numbers Deflating. I (No. Unit No. Splicing. Times Series : Components. Standard deviation. Simple and composite index number. Histogram). median. Definition of probability. Determination of sample size. of lecturers  15) Descriptive Statistics for Univariate Data : Introduction to Statistics : Types of data. Expectation and Variance.1. Construction of index number  fixed and chain base. Shifting of Base Year. Probability distributions – Binomial and Normal. Estimation of linear trend by (i) least squares method (ii) moving average method Determination of seasonal trend using simple average method. Measures of Central Tendency : Arithmetic mean. coefficient of variation. . II (No. Random Variable. Measures of Dispersion : Absolute measures  Range. mode. Conversion from fixed base to chain base index numbers and vice-a-versa. of lecturers  15) Testing of Hypotheses Sampling distribution : Sample mean and sample proportion.4 Business Statistics Unit No. Spearman's Rank Correlation coefficient. Additive and multiplicative models. IV (No. Addition and Multiplication Laws of probability (Statements and use only) conditional probability. Central Limit Theorem (Statement only). geometric mean – their properties and applications. Unit No. III (No. Index Numbers : Meaning and uses. Aggregative and average of price relatives  simple and weighted index number.

of Lectures  15) Written Communication Skills  Report Writing  Letter Writing Preparation of Promotional Material * with special reference to banks. Meaning  Types. III (No.5 Business Communication Unit No. I (No. Insurance companies and Joint stock companies Unit No. II (No. of Lectures  15) Effective Communication Concept and Practice of Effective Communication Barriers to Effective Communication Methods to Improve Communication Skills Unit No. process and importance Unit No. IV (No. of Lectures  15) Oral Communication Skills  Understanding Audience Use of Language Use of Tone Understanding Body Language . of Lectures  10) Fundamentals of Communication Definition.1.

selection process. An overview of functional areas of management.  Coordination  concept. centralization and decentralization.1. nature and significance. . II (No. Leadership concept. Staffing. of Lectures  15)  Management Functions  Planning. of Lectures  15)  Directing  meaning and steps I direction : motivation concept . Authority and responsibility relationships. W. styles and traits Control : concept.6 Principles of Management  I  Unit No. managerial roles (Mintzberg) Evolution of Management Theory  Work of Fredrik. departementation. of Lectures  15) Organising  Concept. Directing and controlling. Organising. III (No. Unit No. nature. Staffing  importance.McGregor. Definition and importance. process and Significance. of Lectures  15) Management Concept. Contingency approach. I (No. theories  Maslow.  Planning : meaningimportanceelementsprocesses  limitations  Decision Making  concept. Herzberg. importance and steps in decision making Preparation of Business Plan Unit No. process: Effective control system. control techniques. IV (No. Fayol’s contribution Behavioural Science approach. organization structure  forms. Unit No. sources of recruitment. Taylor.

TFT screens. Screens : CRT. Public Domain SW. CDROM. Software 1. Software Suites. Multiple user. PIM (Personal Information Managers such as Outlook). Basic differences between DOS. Supporting Utilities : Back up. PC OS. 4. Core 2. Image Scanners. Diff. 2. speeds and cost. Primary. TB. Application Software : Acquiring Software Licenses (Diff.0. 2. Cartridge. USB 2. device drivers. WIN NT. Inkjet Laser. Athlon. OCR.7 Introduction to Computers Unit No. Measuring memory KB. DDR2. SCSI. Celeron. Solid state storage devices : Flash Memory. Diff between Windows 9X. K6. PCI. Wireless Keyboards. Touch Screens. Optical input devices Bar Code readers. their capacities. MAC OS X. speed. DVDRW. Cyrix. 9. DIMM. Address bus. USB 1. Database Management SW. . Bus Types : Data bus. DVDR. Advantage of USB ports. Optical Storage Media. CD-RW. System Software 1. 5. Open Source. Spyware. Commercial SW  Stand Alone. Definition. Campus Licence Pirated Software. types. Removable). Freeware. Screen savers. Flat Panel. 7. B. Hard Disk (Fixed. Digital cameras. Printers : Dotmatrix. Multiuser. Duo.1. Ports : Serial. diskette. Secondary. DDRAM. Core Duo. Windows. Pentium. Word Processing SW. RFID chips. Embedded OS  Windows CE. AGP. Symbian. AMD. Types Single user. 3. USB. Sever). initial costs. MIDI. Input Devices : Mechanical Mouse. Firewall. XP Home. IEEE 1394 (firewire). CD-R. LINUS. Presentation SW. of Lectures  12) Computer Hardware and Software A. Audio inputspeech recognition. Pens. Video inputWebcam. Motorola. How data is stored on Magnetic and Optical media. Photo printers. UNIX. Video Cards. Operating Systems. Secondary storage : Magnetic Storage media. Functions. User Interface  GUI and Command Line interface. Types such as SIMM. Mouse. Comparison on parameters such as Quality. Optical Mouse. Spreadsheets. Tapes. their clock speeds and differences. Intel. MB. GB. Memory Definition. How OS manages hardware through interrupts. Processors : Definition. Multiple users. Palm OS. DVDROM. resolution. Smart cards. Types ISA. Features such as size. Game controllers. USB. Anti virus. 8. Types Single user. Concept of Cache Memory. Parallel. Prof. Pendrives. Refresh rate. Centrino Technology. SDRAM. NET. LCD. Hardware 1. 6. I (No. Dot pitch. SCSI.0. operational costs. BLURAY. DDRI. plotters. 2. Passport license.

Meta Search engines. Cables  Ethernet. Understanding Smileys/Emoticons. Cyber crime. Boolean search (AND. Ring. 4. Bridges. Hubs. Client server. NOT).. B. Peer to Peer. II. Fibre Optic and Wireless  Radio and infrared. IP addresses. Searching Directories. Modems. Spoofing. Sharing internet connection. Social engineering. Email etiquettes. Creating. Peer to Peer services Blogs. 2. Types of connections. SPAM. 3. Hyper Text. Websites. Bus. Chat IM. Internet 1. 6. 5. Digital Data connection Broadband connections. Gigabit Ethernet. Data Communication 1. 8. Cable Modem connections Wireless networks  Wireless 802. Receiving and sending emails with attachments by scanning attachments for viruses. Wireless Access Point. POP/SMTP accounts in Email clients such as outlook. FTP. MAN. NETbios/NetBUI. Wired  Wired Twisted pair. Hot Spots. Services on netWWW. WANS) Hybrid Networks (CAN. Cyber Law. IPX/SPX. Fast Ethernet. Routes. EmailConfiguring. Definition. receiving. 11. search engines. Tabbed browsing 4. of Lectures  12) Networks A. HAN) 2. . Network Hardware : NIC’s. 7. Using Standard Telephone Lines. 2. 3. Coaxial. Topologies  Star. Hacking  Sniffing. Browsers  Internet Explorer. 5. Diff. Domain names. forwarding. HTML. Network Media. DSL/ADSL/HDSL/ISDN/VDSL. Communities. Wireless Adapter. Mozilla. Online Services. Advanced search. Network Protocols  TCP/IP. Definition. Switches. 6. URLs. blocking organizing emails with rules. parts of an Email address. Intranets and Extranets 3. (No. C. Advantages Types (LANS. Networks Structures  Server Based. Basic and Infrastructure 1. News. Emailpaid and Free.Unit No. OR.

. Adding speaker notes. video. Personal Information Manager 1. Lines Rotating Objects. Creating a complete package for presentation at another site. Creating contacts database appointments. Editing and Formatting text. tasks using a PIM such as Outlook. Adding. D. interesting.C. sound. Using different views. to do lists. Presentation Software Slide Master Creating. Inserting image. Drawing arcs. deleting slides. Slide transitions.

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