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  • Master of Finance and Control (MFC) Semester System

    Course Structure

    1st Semester

    Course Code Course Title MFC 1.1 Management Concepts and organizational Behavior

    MFC 1.2 Business Environment

    MFC 1.3 Management Economics

    MFC 1.4 Statistical Analysis

    MFC 1.5 Financial and Cost Accounting

    MFC 1.6 Marketing Management

    MFC 1.7 Financial Management

    2nd

    Semester

    MFC 2.1 Accounting for Management Decisions

    MFC 2.2 Computer Application in Business

    MFC 2.3 Financial Institutions and Markets

    MFC 2.4 Corporate Legal Frame Work

    MFC 2.5 Investment Management

    MFC 2.6 Security Market Operations

    MFC 2.7 Research Methodologies and Business Communication

    3rd

    Semester

    MFC-3.1 Operations Research

    MFC 3.2 Financial Services Marketing

    MFC 3.3 International Finance

    MFC 3.4 Portfolio Management

    MFC 3.5 E-Commerce

    MFC 3.6 Corporate Tax Planning & Management

    4th Semester

    MFC 3.7 Training Report & Presentation

    MFC 4.1 Strategic Management

    MFC 4.2 Strategic Financial Management

    MFC 4.3 Insurance Management

    MFC 4.4 Management Information System

    MFC 4.5 Multinational Financial Management

    MFC 4.6 Derivatives and Risk Management

    MFC 4.7 Project Report & Viva Voce (Report=50, Viva=50)

    OPTIONAL PAPERS

    International Accounting Project Planning and Control Small; Business Financial Management Personal

    Financial Management funds, Management in Commercial Bank & Insurance Sector and Business skills.

    MFC 1.1 MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS AND ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR Objective: The objective of this course is to help students understand the conceptual framework of

    management and Organization Behaviour.

    Course Inputs. UNIT.I Schools of Management Thought: Scientific, process, human behaviour and social system

    school, decision theory school, Quantitative and system school, Contingency theory of Management..

    functions of a manager,

    Managerial Functions: Planning-concept, significance types, Organizing-concept, principles , theories,

    types of organizations, authority, responsibility, power, delegation, decentralization, staffing, Directing ,

    Coordinating, Control nature, process and techniques elements.

  • UNIT.II. Organisational Behaviour: Organisational behavior-concept and significance, Relationship

    between management and organizational behaviour, Emergence and ethical perspective, Attitudes,

    Preception, Learning Personality, Transactional analysis..

    Motives : Process oflmotivation, Theories of motivation-need herearch theory, theory X and Theory Y,

    two factor theory, Alderfers ERG theory, McClelands learned need theory, Victor vrooms expectancy

    theory Stacy Adams equity theory .

    UNIT.III. Group Dynamics and Team Development : Group dynamics-definition and importance,

    types of groups , group formation , group development, group composition, group performance factors,

    Team development.

    Leadership: Concept, Leadership styles, Theories-trait theory, behavioral theory, Fielders contingency

    theory , Harsey and Blanchards situational theory; Managerial grid; Likerts four systems of leadership.

    UNIT.IV. Interpersonal and Organization Communication: Concept of two way communication;

    communication process, Barriers to effective communication,Types of organizational communication,

    Improving communication, Transactional analysis in communication.

    UNIT-V. Organizational Conflict: Dynamics and management sources, patterns, levels, and types

    of conflict, Traditional and modern approaches ;to conflict, Functional and dysfunctional organizational;

    conflicts, Resolution of conflict. Organizational Development: Concept, Need for change, resistance to

    change; Theories of planned change, organizational diagnosis, OD intervention.

    REFERENCE: Michael V.P.: Organizational Behaviour & Managerial Effectiveness, S.Chand, New Delhi.

    Griffin, Ricky W: Organizational Behaviour, Houghton Miffin Co. Boston,

    Hellreigel, Don, John. W.Slocum Jr. and Richards W.Woodman,

    Organizational Behaviour, South Western College, Publishing, Ohio.

    Hershey, Paul, Kenneth H. Blanchard and Dewey E. Johnson, Management of Organizational Behaviour

    : Utilizing Human Resource, Prentice Hall, New Delhi.

    Ivancevich; John and Michael T Matheson: Organizational Behaviour and Management, Business

    Publication inc. Texas.

    Koontz,Harold, Cyril C Donnelly and Heinz We rich Essentials of Management, tata McGraw Hill, New

    Delhi.

    Luathans Fred: Organizational Behaviour, McGraw Hill, New York.

    Newsroom, John Wand Keith Davis: Organizational Behaviour Human Behaviour at work, TMH

    N.Delhi.

    Robbins, Stephen P. and Mary coulter, management, Pearson Education, New Delhi.

    Steers, Richards M and J.Stewart Black.Organisational Behaviour Harper Collins College Publisher,

    NY.

    Sukla, Madhukar: Understanding Organisations, Organisation Tkheory and practice in India, PH New

    Delhi.

    Thom Hill, Managing Change Pearson Education , New Delhi.

    Green Beng, Behaviour in Organisation.

    Hall Organisation Structure, Process and coutcomes.

    Knanks : Organisational Behaviour- S.Chand, New Delhi.

    MFC 1.2 BUSINESS ENVIORNMENT Objective: The course develops ability to understand and scan business environment analysis

    opportunity and take decision under undertainty.

    Course Inputs:

    UNIT.I Theoretical framework of Business environment: Concept, significance and nature of business

    environment, Elements of environment, Techniques of environmental scanning and monitoring, Global

    environment and its rational merits and demerits.

  • UNIT-II. Economic Environment of Business: Significance and elements of economic environment,

    Economic systems and business environment, Economic Planning in India; Government policies

    Industrial Policy, Fiscal policy, Monetary Policy, Public Sector and economic development.

    UNIT-III. Political and legal Environment of Business: Critical elements of political environment,

    Government and Business, Changing dimensions of legal environment in India

    Socio-cultural Environment: Critical elements of socio-cultural environment, Social institution and

    systems, Social values and attitudes. Indian business system, Social responsibility of business

    UNIT-IV. International and Technological Environment: Multinational corporations, Foreign

    collaborations and Indian business, International economic institutions, WTO, World Bank, IMF and their

    importance to India, TRIPS,TRIMS, Anti-dumping, Dispute, Settlement in WTO regime, WTO and its

    impact on Indian Industry and Agriculture.

    UNIT-V. Economic Reforms: Need for economic reforms, Main features of reforms, structural changes ,

    Deregulation , privatization and globalization impact of reforms. Future trends of reforms, MNCs-

    Definition, advantages, disadvantages, control over MNCs

    OPTIONAL : TRADE BLOCK AND BUSINESS CENTRES EEC,NAFTA,ASEAN,SFTA,SAARC:

    REFERENCE;- Adhockery, M: Economic Environment of Business, Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi.

    Ahluwalla. I.J.: Industrial Grown in India, Oxford University Press, Delhi.

    Alagh, Yoginder K: Indian Development Planning and policy, Vikas Pub. , New Delhi.

    Aswathappa,K: Legal Environment of Business, Himalaya Publication, Delhi.

    Chakravarty.S: Development Planning, Oxford University Press, Delhi.

    Ghosh.Biswanath: Economic Environment of Business, Vikas Pub., New Delhi.

    Govt.of India,: Economic Survey, various Issues.

    Raj Agrawal and Parag Diwan, Business Environment, Excel Books , New Delhi.

    Ramaswamy.V.S and Nama Kumari: Strategic Planning for Corporate success, Macmillan, New Delhi.

    Sengupta. N.K.Government ;and Business in India, Vikas Publication, New Delhi.

    Daniels International Business, Environment and Operation Pearson Education, New Delhi.

    MFC. 1.3 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS.

    Objective: This course develops managerial perspective to economic fundamentals as aids to decision

    making under given environmental.

    Course Inputs.

    UNIT-I. Nature and scope of Managerial Economics: Objective kof a firm, Economics theory and

    managerial theory. Managerial economists role and responsibilities. The nature of ;firm objectives of

    the firm, maximizing verses ;satisfying constrained decision making. The concept of economic profit.

    Measurement and policies on profit ;maximization. M.E and decision making . Use of stochastic models

    in k decision making.

    UNIT-II. Demand Analysis: Individual and market demand functions; ;law of demand, determinants of

    demand. Elasticity of demand- its meaning and importance, Price elasticity, income elasticity and cross

    elasticity, using elasticity in managerial decisions, Demand Function ,Demand estimation for major

    consumer and durable ;goods, Demand forecasting technique.

    UNIT-III. Production Theory: Production function with one and two variable inputs, lobb-Dingless

    production function, Estimation of production function, cost theory and estimation, Economic value

    analysis, Short and long run cost functions- their nature, shape and inter relationship, Estimation of a

    short-run cost function.

    UNIT-IV. Price Determination under different market conditions: Characteristic