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3.1 BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AND ETHICS

Subject Description : Business Environement Ethics emphasizing on
emerging trends in social, political, ethical and legal aspects affecting
business decisions explaining the business environment concepts in
significance along with the fiscal policy.

Goals: To enable the students to learn the knowledge of emerging trends in
social, political, ethical and legal aspects affecting business decisions.

Objectives: On successful completion of the course the students should
have: Understand the concepts in significance of business environment along
with the social responsibility.

To learn organizational ethic theories and sources.
To understand the fiscal policy and legal environment of business.
To understand global management issues.

UNIT I
Business environment - The concept and significance - constituents of
business environment - Business and society, Business & ethics - Social
responsibility - Environmental Pollution and control. Business and culture -
Business and Government - Political system and its influence on business -
Indian constitution - Directive Principles of State Policy.

UNIT II
Managing Ethics - Frame work of organizational ethic theories and sources,
ethics across cultures, factors influencing business ethics, ethical decision
making, ethical values and stakeholders, ethics and profit, Corporate
governance Structure of boards, reforms in boards, compensation issues,
ethical leadership for improved Corporate governance and better
business education.

UNIT III
Global management Issues MNCs Politics and Environment Multi national
corporations and Government relationship, Business in Politics, Managing
environmental quality, Ethics & Profit in Business.

UNIT IV
Fiscal Policy - Central finances and New fiscal policy - Direct and indirect Tax
structure, VAT, MODVAT - Service Tax problems and reforms - Expenditure
Tax - Public debts & deficit financing.

Customs & Central Excise Act . Kitson. 2006 5. A. Mac Millan. 2001. References : 1.Competition Law. Foreign Exchange Management Act-1 Securities and Exchange Board of India Act . Palgrave.Business Government and Society.The Ethical Organisation. 8. Pruti S.Economic Environment of management 2. Davis & Keith William C.Economic & Managerial Environment in India 4.Wishwa Prakashan 9. McGraw Hill. Mankard .Central & State Sales Tax . Francis Cherunilam . Amarchand D . .Agarwal .Consumer Protection Act Pattents Act .A and Campbell. 10.Business Economics. Frederik .R . Pearson Education.Business and society 6.s UNIT V Legal environment of business .Indian Economy .N. s. Steiner & Steiner . Adhikari M . 2003. Shaikh Saleem – Business Environment.Government and Business 7.Monopolies Restrective Trade Practices Act. .Business Environment 3.

Semi Structured and Unstrcutured problems. 6. “Management Information System”. "Management Information System Text and cases".Srinivasan. Prentice Hall of India.2 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM Unit I Foundations of Information Systems: A framework for business users . Supply chain management & Global Information technology Management. Manufacturing IS. 3. Neural Networks. Goal-seeking Analysis and Optimizing Analysis. Sensitivity analysis. Accounting IS and Financial IS . New Delhi. Unit V Security and Ethical Challenges: IS controls . Decentralised and Distributed . 2006. 4. Third Editions.s 3. Unit II IS for operations and decision making: Marketing IS. "Management Information Systems".Societical challenges of Information technology. s.Denial of service.Information for Strategic Advantage. 1999.Ethics for IS professional . Tata McGraw-Hill . “Strategic Management”. R. Effy Oz. Oberview of AI. What if analysis. Genetic Algorithms - Expert Systems. 2. IInd edition. M. 9th Edition. PHI. . Tata McGraw Hill.Senthil.Centralised. "Management Information Systems". Human Resource IS.facility control and procedural control .Risks to online operations .Information Reporting System . spoofing .Roles of Information systems . Unit III DSS and AI: DSS models and software: The decision making process - Structured.IS Activities . Fourth Edition. “Management Information System”. New Delhi. Vikas Publishing House. Fuzzy Logic Systems.Organisation as a system - Components of Information Systems . 5. 2003.Transaction Processing Systems. Waman S Jawadekar .System concepts . Unit IV Managing Information Technology: Managing Information Resources and technologies – IS architecture and management . TEXT BOOKS 1. James A O'Brien.EDI.2007.Types of IS. Third Edition. 2002. Kenneth C Laudon and Jane P Laudon.

4. Lead managers.K. M. Fourth edition. Vikas Publishing House. underwriters. Rights issue. Options and other financial derivatives – Swaps _ Warrants and Convertibles. s.Y. 2. Bankers to an issue – Registrars and Share Transfer Agents _ Brokers to the issue – Debenture Trustees Their role and functions in new issue market .N. Sultan Chand and sons.R. UNIT V Market for Futures.s 3. private placement – processes of Book – Building – Issue of Bonus Shares – Stock Options . Membership – Listing. Tata McGraw Hill.SEBI Guidelines. Financial institutions – Financial markets – Financial instruments and Services . Trading and Settlement . H. UNIT II Industrial Securities Market – Organization and Structure of Stock exchanges.Overview of Bond market in India.functions of new issue market . Tata McGraw Hill 3. preference shares and Bonds.M.ordinary shares.Khan: Indian Financial System. Fifth edition. UNIT I Indian financial system – Structure and constituents of Indian financial system.3.Bhole: Financial Institutions and Markets. Recent trends in derivative markets in India.Varshney. UNIT IV Merchant Bankers and new issue market. L. INDIAN CAPITAL MARKET AND FINANCIAL SYSTEM OBJECTIVE : To explain the structure and functioning of capital market in India.Financial System and economic development. UNIT III New issue Market – Issue Mechanism – IPO. . Mittal: Indian Financial System. Fifth edition. Books: 1. P. D.Machiraju: Indian Financial System.

Nalini Prava Tripathy. Tata McGraw Hill 2. Mutual Funds – mechanism – types of schemes – Mutual funds industry in India – recent developments. UNIT I Financial services – Meaning – Types . UNIT II Leasing and Hire-Purchase . Financial Services. M. Credit rating – Rating Agencies - function – Rating Methodology – Venture Capital and Venture capital industry in India. UNIT V Securitization and Financial Reconstruction and Enforcement of Security interest Act – regulations – Recent developments in the financial Services industry. UNIT III Factoring – Meaning and Types.Types of Lease .Khan. Books: 1. Prentice Hall of India .Financial Evaluation of a Lease – Cross Border Leasing . Financial Services. s.Contents of a lease agreement – Bills Discounting. UNIT IV Merchant Banking – activities in new issue market . Edition. MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES OBJECTIVE : To describe the growth and functioning of financial service industry in India. Prudential Norms for NBFCs.4.Managing issue of shares and bonds.Y.s 3.Fund based and Fee based financial services .Non-Banking Financial Companies – Functions.

Prasanna Chandra.institutional finance .innovative modes of financing UNIT II Estimation of cash flows – evaluation techniques – Project evaluation under risk and uncertainty – sensitivity analysis – certainty equivalent – Decision tree approach Risk adjusted discount rate approach – Analysis of non-financial aspects. UNIT III Capital Structure decisions – Cost of capital and capital structure determination optimum capital structure UNIT IV Leverage – Types –operating and financial leverage – combined leverages UNIT V Financial forecasting – determination of the ratio between debt and Equity BOOKS: 1. Financial Management . Financial Management.5. CAPITAL BUDGETING AND FINANCING DECISIONS OBJECTIVE : To provide a focus on capital expenditure appraisal methods. Tata McGraw Hill 2. Pandey I. s.s 3. UNIT I Nature of Long term financial decisions – Sources of long term finance – public issue .M.

s 3. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT OBJECTIVE : To educate the importance of working capital management concepts in corporate finance. sixth edition. UNIT II Financing of working capital – Money market instruments – Bank Finance. Anmol publications 2.Assessment and Appraisal – Managing corporate liquidity and financial flexibility UNIT III Receivables Management – Cash Management – Inventory Management UNIT IV Instruments of international money market – Euro notes – Euro commercial paper – MTNs and FRNs. Financial Management. Tata McGraw Hill 3. V. Vikas 4. Financial Management. Prasanna Chandra.K. UNIT I Working Capital Management – Theories and approaches – Ratio Analysis . Pandey. Working Capital Management. s. Theory and Practice.6.Fund Flow and Cash Flow Analysis – Cash flow forecasting and Budgeting. UNIT V Working Capital Control and Banking policy – Committee recommendations on working capital – New system of assessment of working capital finance. BOOKS: 1. Khan and Jain. Financial Management. Text and Cases. Tata McGraw hill .Bhalla.

Advantages and limitations of planning – organization structure.1932 – Introduction- Applications to provisions of Act IX of 1872 (Indian Contract Act. partnership law under the different schools-Hindu Law of partnership. Convict. English Law. American Law and Indian Law. .Forms of private and public sector enterprises-Rationality of public enterprises-Objectives of public enterprises-Management of state enterprises-Forms of state enterprises- Department undertaking-Government company-Public corporation-Features.Corporation in partnership- Types of Partnership-Partnership at will and Particular partnership. staff organisations-Line and staff conflicts-projects. Contents UNIT I Nature And Scope Of Business-Concept of Business-Branches of Business- Business System. Objectives On successful completion of the course the students will be able to understand 1. committee organization-Management consultancy UNIT II Law Relating To Partnership: Growth of Law of Partnership-Customs and usage of trade as origin. Jews Law.. Definition of Partnership-Mode of creating partnership- Deed of Partnership-Firm name-Property of the firm-Tenancy right-Position of minor-Position of alien enemy-Insolvent-Married and un married woman- Hindu Undivided Family-A foreigner.Planning.s D.-Indian Partnershi Act.3 PG DIPLOMA IN ENTREPRENEUR DEVELOPMENT : LEGAL ASPECTS OF BUSINESS Subject Description : This course presents the various types of business organisations and the various legal formalities to be followed to start an organisation.1872)- Outline of the Act. Goals : To enable the students to learn the various kinds of business organisation and the method of promoting them. the merits and demerits of various form of organisation 3. Roman Law. French Law. Classification of partnership on the basis of liabilities-Limited liability partnership and unlimited liability partnership-and Partner by holding out of estoppels.Business organization as a system-systems approach applied in an organization-Objectives of modern business-Essentials of a successful business-Forms of Business Organisations. merits and demerits. the procedure for establishing a company. the various types of business organisations 2. the various legal formalities in starting an organisation 4. s. functional.Line.

K. Excel Books. Liabilities and Authorities of Partners- Mutual rights and duties-Rights and authorities-Liabilities-Rights of transferee of a partner’s interest-Rights of a partner-Duties of partners- mandatory and duties subject to agreement-Authorities of partners- Limitation of implied authorities-Reconstruction-Liability of a retiring partner- Liability of insolvent partner.Sharma and Sashi K. Business Law.Fees-Certificate of registration-Registrar of firm- Rectification of mistake-Amendment of register by order of court-Penalty for furnishing false particulars-Inspection-Copy and rules of evidence regarding register and filed documents-Effects of non-registration of firm- Dissolution of Firm – Types of dissolution-Compulsory dissolution . Business Law 5. Duties.F-Partnership and co- ownership. Gupta. UNIT V Company Law – Nature of Company-Kinds of Companies-Formation of Company-Memorandum of Association-Articles of Association-Prospectus- Membership in a Company-Share Capital. 2006 2. Business Law .Accounts and Auditors-Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement-Compromises. N.Kapoor. 3rd Edition. Business organisation and management 3. R. REFERENCE : 1. s.Bhusan.K.Khuchal. S. Business organisations.Agreement in restraint of trade. Y.voluntary dissolution under supervision of court and without the supervision of court- Rights. UNIT IV Registration of Firm-Mode of registration-Application for registration- Signature-Verification. Indemnity And Guarantee- Bailment And Pledge-Contract Of Agency-Sale Of Goods – Formation of Contract – Conditions and Warranties –Transfer of Property – Performance of Contract – Rights of an Unpaid Seller-Negotiable Instruments – Negotiable Instruments – Notes. Bills and Cheques-Parties to a Negotiable Instrument – Negotiation-Presenment of a Negotiable Instrument-Dishnour of a Negotiable Instrument-Discharge of a Negotiable Instrument-Rules of Evidence.Mode of giving public notice.Effect of change in constitution of the firm on guarantee given-Rights of outgoing partner. 4.C. Rights.U.duties-and liabilities after dissolution of firm.D. SS Gulshan. Arrangements and Reconstructions-Winding up.s UNIT III Partnership and Other Association-Partnership and H.Shares-Borrowing Powers- Management and Administration-Meetings and Proceedings.Partnership and club or non-trading association-Partnership and Joint Stock Company.