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The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

Faculty of Commerce
Department of BBA Programme
Kamalaben Ramanlal Shah BBA Programme Building,H.H. Maharaja Pratapsinhrao
Gaekwad Parisar, Opp. The M.S. University Office, Fatehgunj, Vadodara-390002
Gujarat, India, Ph: + 91 0265 2792237, 2971375 Email: director.bbamsu@gmail.com

ACADEMIC YEAR

2013-2014

BBA Programme : Three Years Full Time Degree Course


YEAR
Semester

II
II

BEC1405 : BUSINESS TAXATION

OBJECTIVES:

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HOURS

60

To impart working knowledge in Income Tax


COURSE CONTENT / SYLLABUS

UNIT-I

UNIT-II

UNIT-III

UNIT-IV

1. Introduction & history with five important definitions, i.e. Person, Assessee,
Income, A.Y. & P.Y. with all exceptions to the P.Y.
2. Residential status and incidence of tax.
3. Income exempt from tax.
4. Income under the head Salaries.
1. Income under the head House Property.
2. Income under the head Income from other sources.
3. Income under the head Capital Gains.
Introduction, Basis of charge, Computation, Capital Asset, Transfer, Long term &
Short term Capital Assets, etc.
1. Income under the head Profit & gains from business or profession.
2. Income of other persons included in assessees total income (provisions of Clubbing
of income).
1. Computation of Total Income including deductions from Total Income.
2. Tax deduction or collection at source.
3. Advance payment of tax and Interest payable by the assessee.

15 hrs.

15 hrs.

15 hrs.

15 hrs.

REFERENCES

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Direct Taxes Law & Practice By Dr. Vinod K. Singhania Dr. Kapil Singhania TAXMANN
Publication
Direct Taxes Law & Practice By Dr. Girish Ahuja Dr. Ravi Gupta -BHARAT Publication

3.

Direct Tax Laws By CA T. N. Manoharan SNOW WHITE Publication

1.

Activities Planned : Demonstration of E-filing of Income Tax Returns.


Note : Changes / Amendments taking place in the Income Tax Act will replace / supplement / modify
or add provisions stated herein above in the syllabus.

The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

Faculty of Commerce
Department of BBA Programme
Kamalaben Ramanlal Shah BBA Programme Building,H.H. Maharaja Pratapsinhrao
Gaekwad Parisar, Opp. The M.S. University Office, Fatehgunj, Vadodara-390002
Gujarat, India, Ph: + 91 0265 2792237, 2971375 Email: director.bbamsu@gmail.com

ACADEMIC YEAR

2012-2013

BBA Programme : Three Years Full Time Degree Course


YEAR
Semester

II
II

BEC1406 : Business Research Process and Project Design

CREDIT

HOURS

60

OBJECTIVES:
COURSE CONTENT / SYLLABUS

UNIT-I

Business Research Strategies and Research Design


Business Research Strategies : Nature, Business Problems, Key Issues
Business Research Design
: Objectives, Methods
Business Research Planning
: Types of Data, Data Collection, Time and
Resources Planning, Identifying and formulation of Research Questions
Ethical and Legal Consideration in Business Research

UNIT-II

Research Methodology
Review of Literature and Research Methodology
Collection of Data
Designing research instrument
Questionnaire : Designing, Testing and

UNIT-III

Project Planning and Implementation


Project Selection
Project Evaluation : Scope, Analysis, Cost Planning, Quality Planning, Risk Planning,
Skill Planning

UNIT-IV

Preparing Project Report (Practical Exposure)


Report writing and preparation
Case Studies
REFERENCES

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Guide to Project Management by Paul Roberts, distributed by Viva Books Private Limited.
Indian Project Management-Case Studies by Vanita Ahuja-Sangeeta Sinha published by Excel books.
Business Research Methods by Alan Bryman and Emma Bell published by Oxford University Press

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Business Forecasting by J. Holton Wilson and Barry Keating published by The McGraw-Hill Companies.
Business Research Methods by Dr. Sue Greener published by bookboon.com
Project Management (Tool Box) by Dragan Z. Milosevic published by ANE books Pvt. Ltd.
Project Pain Reliver by Dave Garatt published by J. Ross Publishing

The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

Faculty of Commerce
Department of BBA Programme
Kamalaben Ramanlal Shah BBA Programme Building,H.H. Maharaja Pratapsinhrao
Gaekwad Parisar, Opp. The M.S. University Office, Fatehgunj, Vadodara-390002
Gujarat, India, Ph: + 91 0265 2792237, 2971375 Email: director.bbamsu@gmail.com

ACADEMIC YEAR

2012-2013

BBA Programme : Three Years Full Time Degree Course


YEAR
Semester

II
II

OBJECTIVES:

CBM : Entrepreneurship

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HOURS

60

1.
2.

To develop an aptitude for entrepreneurial activities in students


To equip budding students with entrepreneurial skills and knowledge for transforming creative
ideas into commercially viable businesses
3. To provide students an opportunity for introspection to evaluate their own potential for self
employment

COURSE CONTENT / SYLLABUS

UNIT-I

UNIT-II

UNIT-III

UNIT-IV

INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Meaning & Definition of Entrepreneurial
Characteristics & skills of an Entrepreneur
Entrepreneurial Motivation, Entrepreneurial Process
Entrepreneurship & Economic Development: theories of Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship
Barriers to entrepreneurship
DEVELOPING CREATIVE IDEAS & BUSINESS PLAN PREPARATION
Creativity and Business Idea
Creativity v/s Innovation
Creative thinking and lateral thinking
Sources of new idea
Creative Process
Concept of Business plan
Scope & Value of a Business plan
Evaluation of Business plan (Investors & Lenders perspective)
Appraisal of Business plan
MANAGERIAL ISSUES &STRATEGIES FOR SME
(An Applied Orientation of the following within the entrepreneurial context)
Marketing Research for new venture
Industrial Analysis (Market Segmentation, Market Targeting & Positioning)
Developing Marketing Mix Strategies
Budgeting Marketing Strategies
Implementation, Monitoring &Review of Marketing Plan
Assessing capital requirement needs
Sources of Financing: Debt & Equity
Other Sources of Financing
Capital Structure
Risk & Venture Capital
Break Even Analysis & Ratio Analysis
GOVERMENTAL POLICIES & INSTITUTION FRAMEWORK FOR PROMOTING ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN
INDIA

SSI in India (An overview)


The Micro, Small & Medium Enterprise Act 2006
Registration process of SME
Govt. Agencies & Institutions supporting Small & Medium enterprises
Financial Institution Supporting entrepreneurial activities
Brief overview of prevailing legislative framework (IPR, Patents, Copyright, etc.)
SME & Export Promotion Policies
Entry & Risk reduction strategies for new venture
Growth and Stabilization Strategies
Symptoms of sickness and institutional framework for sick units

REFERENCES
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Essential of Entrepreneurship and small Business Management-Thomas w. Zimmerer and Norman M


Scarborough (PHI) 4th Edition
Entrepreneurship-Robert Hisrich, Michael Peters and David Shepherd. (TATA Mc Graw Hill)
Entrepreneurship Donald Kuratto and Rickard Hdgetts. 6th edition
Entrepreneurial Development David Holt (PHI)
New venture Creation Satish Taneja & S.L.Gupta
A practical guide to Industrial Entrepreneurs S B Srivastav (Sultan Chand)
Marketing Management Philip Kotler (PHI)

The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

Faculty of Commerce
Department of BBA Programme
Kamalaben Ramanlal Shah BBA Programme Building,H.H. Maharaja Pratapsinhrao
Gaekwad Parisar, Opp. The M.S. University Office, Fatehgunj, Vadodara-390002
Gujarat, India, Ph: + 91 0265 2792237, 2971375 Email: director.bbamsu@gmail.com

ACADEMIC YEAR

2012-2013

BBA Programme : Three Years Full Time Degree Course


YEAR
Semester

II
II

BEC1407 : Problems Solving and Analytical Reasoning

CREDIT

HOURS

45

OBJECTIVES:
COURSE CONTENT / SYLLABUS
Fundamental numeracy
Number system, HCF and LCM, Decimal fraction, Simplification, Square root and cube root,
UNIT-I

Percentage, Average, Ratio and Proportion, Problems on ages, Power and exponent, Profit
and loss, Simple and compound interest, Time and work, Time and distance.
Discrete mathematics
Set theory, Permutation and combination, Probability theory, Geometry and Mensuration,

UNIT-II

Volume and surface area, Allegation or Mixture, Data interpretation: Graphs, Tables, Bardiagrams, Pie charts, Venn diagrams, Clock, Calendar.
Logical Reasoning
Odd man out and series , Tabulation , Blood relation, Coding and decoding, Cubes and dice,

UNIT-III

Direction sense, Geometric perception, Inserting the missing character, Non-verbal


reasoning: Series, Analogy, Classification, Data Analysis .
REFERENCES

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Objective Arithmetic by R.S.Aggarwal

2.

A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-verbal Reasoning by Dr. R.S. Aggarwal, S.Chand& Comp. Ltd.

3.

Conceptual Approach to the CSAT by P.N. Roy Chowdhury, Second Edition, Pearson.

The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

Faculty of Commerce
Department of BBA Programme

ACADEMIC YEAR

Kamalaben Ramanlal Shah BBA Programme Building,H.H. Maharaja Pratapsinhrao


Gaekwad Parisar, Opp. The M.S. University Office, Fatehgunj, Vadodara-390002
Gujarat, India, Ph: + 91 0265 2792237, 2971375 Email: director.bbamsu@gmail.com

2012-2013

BBA Programme : Three Years Full Time Degree Course


YEAR
Semester

II
II

CBM1409 : Banking and Insurance Laws and Practice

CREDIT

HOURS

60

OBJECTIVES:
COURSE CONTENT / SYLLABUS

UNIT-I

BANKING
Introduction - Definition - Nature and Functions - Relationship between
Banker and Customer - Types of Deposit Accounts - KYC norms and
Anti-money Laundering Nomination Facility - Special types of customers.
Negotiable Instrument Act - Promissory Note, Bill and Cheque - Crossing and Endorsement
of cheques - Payment and Collection of cheques - Protection to Paying and Collecting Banker.
Loans and Advances - Principles of Sound Lending - Forms of Advances Security - Attributes of good securities - Methods of charging securities.

UNIT-II

UNIT-III

Technology in Banks - Need and Importance - e-Banking - Electronic Payment System


(ATM, NEFT, ECS, CBS, RTGS) - Risk in e-Banking - Important Provisions of Information
Technology Act.
INSURANCE
History and Development of Insurance - Definition, Nature and Characteristics
of Insurance - Functions -Need and Importance - Basic Principles of Insurance.
Life Insurance - Basic Principles - Procedure for effecting policy - Types of
Policies - Policy Conditions - Settlement of claims.
Non Life Insurance - Marine and Fire Insurance (in brief) - Motor Insurance Burglary and Personal Accident Insurance - Bankers Indemnity Insurance.

UNIT-IV

Elements of Insurance Contract - Insurance and Wagering Contract - Over


Insurance, Under Insurance and Double Insurance - Insurance Ombudsman Main Provisions of Insurance Act and IRDA.
REFERENCES
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Banking Law and Practice By P.N. Varshney (Sultan Chand & Sons)
Banking Theory, Law and Practice By E. Gordon and K. Natarajan (Himalaya Publishing House)
Bank Lending By Prasad Vipradas and Dr. J.K.Syan (Himalaya Publishing House)
Elements of Banking and Insurance By Seth and Bhatia (Prentice Hall of India)
Insurance Principles and Practice By M.N. Mishra and S.B. Mishra (S.Chand & Co.)
Insurance Management By S.C. Sahoo & S.C. Das (Himalaya Publishing House)
Principles and Practice of Non Life Insurance By Dr. P.K.Gupta (Himalaya Publishing House)

The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

Faculty of Commerce
Department of BBA Programme
Kamalaben Ramanlal Shah BBA Programme Building,H.H. Maharaja Pratapsinhrao
Gaekwad Parisar, Opp. The M.S. University Office, Fatehgunj, Vadodara-390002
Gujarat, India, Ph: + 91 0265 2792237, 2971375 Email: director.bbamsu@gmail.com

ACADEMIC YEAR

2012-2013

BBA Programme : Three Years Full Time Degree Course


YEAR
Semester

II
II

OBJECTIVES:

CBM1410 : International Business

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HOURS

60

The course seeks to train and teach the students about the prerequisites of international
business so as to enhance and improve their understanding of the subject.
COURSE CONTENT / SYLLABUS

UNIT-I

UNIT-II

UNIT-III

UNIT-IV

INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS


Essentials of Internal and International Trade. Comparative Advantages of International
Trade. Modern Theories of International Trade. Meaning and Relevance of International
Business.
FACTORS AFFECTING INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Economic Environment of Business. Political Environment. Geographical Advantages in
International Business. Social and Cultural Environment.
Ecological Environment and Protection Policies.
GLOBAL INTEGRATION OF BUSINESS
Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation. Foreign Direct Investment.
Role of Multinationals. Take-overs, Mergers and Amalgamations.
Role of Emerging Economic Unions. WTO and the World Trade with special reference to
Developing Countries.
ISSUES OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Determination of Foreign Exchange Rate. Balance of Payments and its Adjustments.
International Liquidity. Role of International Financial Institutions: IMF and the World Bank
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Global Business Strategy: A Systems Approach, Asterios G. Kefalas, South Western publication, 2008
International Business: Aswathappa K, Mc Graw Hills, 2010
International Business: Justin Paul, PHI Learning Pvt Ltd. 2008
International Business: S Shajahan, Macmillan Publishers India, 2006

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15 hrs.

15 hrs.

The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

Faculty of Commerce
Department of BBA Programme
Kamalaben Ramanlal Shah BBA Programme Building,H.H. Maharaja Pratapsinhrao
Gaekwad Parisar, Opp. The M.S. University Office, Fatehgunj, Vadodara-390002
Gujarat, India, Ph: + 91 0265 2792237, 2971375 Email: director.bbamsu@gmail.com

ACADEMIC YEAR

2012-2013

BBA Programme : Three Years Full Time Degree Course


YEAR
Semester

II
II

CBM1411 : Stress Management

OBJECTIVES:
COURSE CONTENT / SYLLABUS
Identifying and Acknowledging Stress
UNIT-I

Concept, Meaning, Definition of Stress

Effect of Stress on Physical, Emotional, Behavioral

Identification of Stressors

Coping Skills

UNIT-II

Coping Skills

Methods to Overcome Stress- Individual, Organizational

Coping with Emotions

Effective Communication Skills

Problem Solving and Decisions Making

UNIT-III

Rational decision making, model, assumption

Relaxation techniques

Creative and Critical Thinking

Enrichment and Hobbies

Managing and Balancing Stressors


UNIT-IV

Time Management

Healthy Life Style

Interpersonal and Social Skills

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HOURS

45