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COURSECODE: 5.1 AdvancedAccountingl 5.2 ManagementAccountingl 5.3 Auditing 5.4 BusinessRegulatoryFrameworkl 5.5 Environmentstudies GROUPA 5.6.1 BusinessEnvironment 5.6.2 ResearchMethodologyinCommerce&Management OR UGCVocationalCourse GROUPB 5.6.1 MarketingManagement 5.6.2 ResearchMethodologyinCommerce&Management OR UGCVocationalCourse GROUPC 5.6.1 ECommercel 5.6.2 ResearchMethodologyinCommerce&Management OR UGCVocationalCourse (1)UGCVocationalcourse 5.6.1 ComputerApplicationl 5.6.2ResearchMethodologyinCommerce&Management (2)FOREIGNTRADE 5.6.1 ForeignTradel 5.6.2 ResearchMethodologyinCommerce&management (3)TAXPROCEDUREPRACTICES 5.6.1 Taxprocedurepracticesl 5.6.2 ResearchMethodologyinCommerce&management

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COURSECODE: 6.7 AdvancedAccountingll 6.8 ManagementAccountingll 6.9 Auditingll 6.10 BusinessRegulatoryFrameworkll 6.11 Environmentstudies GROUPA 6.12.1 EntrepreneurshipDevelopment 6.12.2 ProjectReport OR UGCVocationalCourse GROUPB 6.12.1 FinancialManagement 6.12.2 ProjectReport OR UGCVocationalCourse GROUPC 6.12.1 ECommercell 6.12.2 ProjectReport OR UGCVocationalCourse VlSEM 6.12.1 ComputerApplicationll 6.12.2ProjectReport FOREIGNTRADE 6.12.1 ForeignTradell 6.12.2ProjectReport TAXPROCEDUREPRACTICES 6.12.1 Taxprocedurepracticesll 6.12.2 ProjectReport

B.COMIIIYEAR

ADVANCEDACCOUNTINGI&II

ADVANCEDACCOUNTINGI VSEMESTER LEARNINGOBJECTIVES


Afterstudyingthissubjectstudentswillbeableto 1. Tounderstandtopreparefinalaccountsofcommercialbanks, GeneralInsuranceCompanyandLocalselfGovernment. 2. Practicetheaccountingtransactionsandeventsrelatedtoinvestment. 3. NotethedifferencebetweenSingleEntryandDoubleEntrySystemand toascertainprofitlossandtoprepareOpeningandClosingStatements ofAffairs. 4. RecognizethedifferencebetweenHoldingCompanyandSubsidiary CompanyandtopreparetheConsolidatedBalanceSheet. 5. Knowthevarioustypesofbranchesandpreparationofbranch accounts. 1. FINALACCOUNTSOFCOMMERCIALBANKS Meaning Definition and major functions Legal Provisions PreparationofProfitandLossAccountandBalanceSheet Preparation ofparticularofadvances. 2. HOLDINGCOMPANYACCOUNTS(OneSubsidiaryonly) MeaningCausesofHoldingCapitalProfitsRevenueProfits MinorityInterestPreparationofConsolidatedBalance Sheet. 3. SINGLEENTRYSYSTEM MeaningFeaturesMeritsandDemeritsDifference between SingleEntrySystemandDoubleEntrySystem Ascertainment of profits NetWorthSystemandConversionin DoubleEntrySystem.

4. INVESTMENTACCOUNTS MeaningNeedInterestYieldingInvestmentsInvestmentin Shares cumInterestDividendExenterate/Dividend transactions of purchase andsalesEntriesforInterest receivable Account, Brokers CommissionValuationof closing investments by FIFO Method and MarketPriceMethod. SuggestedReadings 1. A NEW APPROACH TO ACCOUNTANCY by PROF. H R KOTALWAR, DISCOVERYPUBLISHERS,LATUR. 2. FUNDAMENTALS OF CORPORATE ACCOUNTING by J R MONGA, MAYOORPAPERBACK,NOIDA. 3. ADVANCED ACCOUNTANCY by R L GUPLA AND RADHASWAMY, SULTANCHANDANDSONS,NEWDELHI. 4. ADVANCEDACCOUNTANCYbyMGPATKAR,Dr.CMJOSHI,PHADKE PRAKASHAN,KOLHAPUR. 5. STUDIESINADVANCEDACCOUNTANCYbyDrSNMAHESHWARI,Dr. SKMAHESHWARI,SULTANCHANDANDSONS,NEWDELHI.

ADVANCEDACCOUNTINGSII VISEMESTER
LEARNINGOBJECTIVES
Afterstudyingthissubjectstudentswillbeableto 1. Tounderstandtopreparefinalaccountsofcommercialbanks, GeneralInsuranceCompanyandLocalselfGovernment. 2. Practicetheaccountingtransactionsandeventsrelatedtoinvestment. 3. NotethedifferencebetweenSingleEntryandDoubleEntrySystemand toascertainprofitlossandtoprepareOpeningandClosingStatements ofAffairs. 4. RecognizethedifferencebetweenHoldingCompanyandSubsidiary CompanyandtopreparetheConsolidatedBalanceSheet. 5. Knowthevarioustypesofbranchesandpreparationofbranch accounts. 1. FINALACCOUNTSOFGENERALINSURANCECOMPANY MeaningandtypesofInsuranceNationalisationofGeneralInsurance PreparationofRevenueAccountsProfitandLossAccounts Profit and Loss AppropriationA/CandBalance Sheet. 2. FINALACCOUNTSOFLOCALSELFGOVERNMENT Meaning and Importance of Local Self Government maintenanceofbooks Preparation of Final Accounts of GrampanchayatMunicipalityandZillaParishad. 3. BRANCHACCOUNTING DifferencebetweenBranchandDepartmentalAccounts Types of BranchesHomeBranchesandForeignBranches Dependent BranchesSaleofGoodsabove/belowinvoice price Final Accounts SystemIndependentBranch Incorporation of Branch Assets and LiabilitiesPreparationof Branch Account by Debtors System Stock DebtorsSystem FinalAccountsSystemincaseofDependentBranches and alsopreparationofaccountsincaseofindependent branches.

4. UNDERWRITINGOFSHARESANDDEBENTURES MeaningofUnderwritingNeedSubunderwritingUnderwriting CommissionProvisionsinTheCompaniesAct, 1956 SEBI Guidelines DeterminationofUnderwritesLiability when the issue is partially underwrittenwithoutfirm underwritingandwithfirmunderwriting. SuggestedReadings 1. A NEW APPROACH TO ACCOUNTANCY by PROF. H R KOTALWAR, DISCOVERYPUBLISHERS,LATUR. 2. FUNDAMENTALS OF CORPORATE ACCOUNTING by J R MONGA, MAYOORPAPERBACK,NOIDA. 3. ADVANCED ACCOUNTANCY by R L GUPLA AND RADHASWAMY, SULTANCHANDANDSONS,NEWDELHI. 4. ADVANCEDACCOUNTANCYbyMGPATKAR,Dr.CMJOSHI,PHADKE PRAKASHAN,KOLHAPUR. 5. STUDIESINADVANCEDACCOUNTANCYbyDrSNMAHESHWARI,Dr. SKMAHESHWARI,SULTANCHANDANDSONS,NEWDELHI.

B.COMIIIYEAR

MANAGEMENTACCOUNTING

MANAGEMENTACCOUNTING VSEMESTER
LEARNINGOBJECTIVES
This course provides the students an understanding of the application of accountingtechniquesformanagement. 1. MANAGEMENTACCOUNTING MeaningNatureScopeandFunctionsofManagement Accounting RoleofManagementAccountinginDecision Making Management AccountingandFinancialAccounting ToolsandTechniquesofManagementAccounting. 2. FINANCIALSTATEMENTANALYSIS MeaningNatureandLimitationofFinancialStatement Objectives andMethodsofFinancialStatementsAnalysis Comparative Financial StatementCommonSizeFinancial StatementsandTrendAnalysis. 3. RATIOANALYSIS MeaningAdvantagesandLimitationsofratioAnalysis Classification ofRatioCalculationofratiosCurrentRatio Liquid Ratio Stock TurnoverRatioDebtorsTurnoverRatio Creditors Turnover Ratio OperatingRatioGrossProfitRatio Proprietary Ratio Fixed Assets TurnoverRatioDebtEquity Ratio Return on Capital employed Ratio CapitalGearing RatioandCommentsontheBasisofRatios.

4. WORKINGCAPITALMANAGEMENT ConceptNatureSignificanceandFactorDetermining Requirement ofWorkingCapitalManagementofWorking Capital Working Capital ForecastingandTechniquesof ForecastingWorkingCapital. SuggestedReadings 1. MANAGEMENTACCOUNTINGbyMANMOHANGOYAL, SAHITYA BHAWANPUBLICATION,AGRA. 2. MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING by R K SHARMA AND S K GUPTA, KALYANPUBLICATION,LUDHIYANA. 3. MANAGEMENTACCOUNTINGbyKHANMYANDJAINRK,TATA MC GRAWHILL,NEWDELHI. 4. MANAGEMENTACCOUNTINGbyNVINAYAKHANANDIB SINGH, HIMALAYAPUBLISHINGHOUSE 5. MANAGEMENTACCOUNTINGbyRSNPILLAIANDV BHAGVATHI, S CHAND&COMPANY. 6. PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING by Dr. S N MAHESHWARI,SULTANCHANDANDSONS.

MANAGEMENTACCOUNTINGII VISEMESTER
LEARNINGOBJECTIVES
Theobjectiveofthecourseistoequipthestudentswiththeabilitytoanalyse interpretanduseaccountinginformationinmanagerialdecisionmaking.The studentisexpectedtohaveagoodworkingknowledgeofthesubject. 1. FUNDFLOWSTATEMENT IntroductionMeaningImportanceandLimitationsofFund Flow StatementPreparationStatementofChangesin Working Capital and Fund FlowStatement. 2. CASHFLOWSTATEMENT MeaningSignificanceandLimitationsofCashFlow Statement PreparationofCashFlowStatementaccordingto Accounting Standard 3 (AS 3). 3. MARGINALCOSTINGANDBREAKEVENANALYSIS MeaningAdvantagesandDisadvantagesofMarginal Costing and BreakEvenAnalysisCostVolumeProfitAnalysis Break Even Analysis ProfitVolumeRatioMarginofSafety andmaintainingadesirelevelofprofit. 4. BUDGETANDBUDGETARYCONTROL MeaningObjectivesAdvantagesandLimitationsofBudget and BudgetaryControlPrepareaProductionBudgetSales Budget and Control RatiosActivityRatioscapacityRatios Efficiency Ratios and Calendar Ratios.

SuggestedReadings 1. MANAGEMENTACCOUNTINGbyIMPANDEY,VIKAS PUBLISHINGHOUSE,NEWDELHI. 2. MANAGEMENTACCOUNTINGbyRSNPILLAIANDV BHAGVATHI,SCHANDANDCO.LTD,NEWDELHI. 3. MANAGEMENTACCOUNTINGbyMANMIHANGOYAL, SAHITYABHAWANPUBLICATION,AGRA. 4. MANAGEMENTACCOUNTINGbyRKSHARMAANDSK GUPTA,KALYANIPUBLISHERS,LUDHIYANA. 5. MANAGEMENTACCOUNTINGbyJMADEGOWDS, HIMALAYAPUBLISHINGHOUSE. 6. PRINCIPLESOFMANAGEMENTACCOUNTINGbySN MAHESHWARI,SULTANCHAND&SONS,NEWDELHI. 7. MANAGEMENTACCOUNTINGbyMGPATKAR,PHADKE PRAKASHAN,KOLHAPUR.

B.COMIIIYEAR

VSEMESTER PRINCIPALSOFAUDITING

Learningobjectives Afterstudyingfollowingchaptersstudentswillbeableto: 1. Understandmeaning,typesofaudit,anddifferencebetweenauditing andbookkeeping. 2. Knowthemeaningofintemalcontrol,intemalcheckandaudit. 3. Identifydifferenttypesofvouchers. 4. Understand qualification, Duties, Rights, and different types of auditors. 5. Identify Meaning, Features & Qualifications of Cost and Management auditorandauditreports.

1. INTRODUCTIONOFAUDITING OriginandmeaningofauditDefinitionsObjectivesofaudit Essential CharacteristicsofAuditingAdvantagesand disadvantages of audit Difference betweenAuditingandBook Keeping Accountancy Investigation Types of Audit. 2. AUDITPLANNINGANDPROCEDURES AuditplanningAuditProgrammingAuditNoteBookAudit Working PapersAuditEvidenceCommencementofNewAudit Preliminary work beforeauditTestCheckingRoutineChecking MeritsanddemeritsofAudit Programme. 3. INTERNALCONTROL,INTERNALCHECKANDINTERNALAUDIT DefinitionObjectivesandprinciplesofgoodinternalcontrol Meaning ObjectivesandEssentialsofInternalCheckSystem Meaning and ObjectivesofInternalAudit.

4. VOUCHING MeaningDefinitionandImportanceofVouchingObjectsof Vouching VoucherVouchingofCashtransactionsandTrading transactions.

SuggestedReadings: 1. A HAND BOOK OF PRACTICAL AUDITING by B.N. TONDON, S. SUDHARSANAM,S.SUNDHARABAHU,S.CHANDCO.LTD,NEW DELHI 110055. 2. FUNDAMENTALS OF PRACTICAL AUDITING by RAVINDER KUMAR, VIRENDER SHARMA, PRETICE HALL OF INDIA.PVT.LTD, NEW DELHI 110001 3. AUDITING THEORY AND PRACTICE by PRADEEP KUMAR, BALDEV SADDEVA,JAYWANTSINGH,KALYANIPUBLISHERS,NEWDELHI. 4. AUDITINGPRINCIPLESANDPROBLEMSbyDr.T.R.SHARMA,SAHITYA BHAWAN,HOSPITALROAD,AGRA282003

ADVANCEDAUDITING VISEMESTER
Learningobjectives Afterstudyingfollowingchaptersstudentswillbeableto: 1. Understandmeaning,typesofaudit,anddifferencebetweenauditing andbookkeeping. 2. Knowthemeaningofintemalcontrol,intemalcheckandaudit. 3. Identifydifferenttypesofvouchers. 4. Understand qualification, Duties, Rights, and different types of auditors. 5. Identify Meaning, Features & Qualifications of Cost and Management auditorandauditreports.
1. COMPANYAUDITOR QualificationsanddisqualificationsofCompanyAuditorDifferent classes ofauditorsAuditorsremunerationRightsorPowersof Auditors Duties of CompanyAuditorRemovalofAuditor AuditorsResignation. 2. VERIFICATIONANDVALUATIONOFASSETSANDLIABILITIES Meaning and Importance of Verification and Valuation Difference betweenVerificationandValuationVerificationandValuationof differenttypesassetsandliabilitiesAuditorspositionincaseof Valuation. 3. COSTANDMANAGEMENTAUDIT MeaninganddefinitionsofCostandManagementAuditFeatures ObjectivesandImportanceofCostandManagementAudit Qualifications and appointmentsofCostandManagementAuditors Difference between Cost andManagementAudit. 4 AUDITREPORT Meaning and Contents of Audit Report Importance Elements of Auditors report Types of audit report i.e. qualified, unqualified preparationofqualifiedandunqualifiedreports.

SuggestedReadings: 1. A HAND BOOK OF PRACTICAL AUDITING by B.N. TONDON, S. SUDHARSANAM,S.SUNDHARABAHU,S.CHANDCO.LTD,NEW DELHI 110055. 2. FUNDAMENTALS OF PRACTICAL AUDITING by RAVINDER KUMAR, VIRENDER SHARMA, PRETICE HALL OF INDIA.PVT.LTD, NEW DELHI 110001 3. AUDITING THEORY AND PRACTICE by PRADEEP KUMAR, BALDEV SADDEVA,JAYWANTSINGH,KALYANIPUBLISHERS,NEWDELHI. 4. AUDITINGPRINCIPLESANDPROBLEMSbyDr.T.R.SHARMA,SAHITYA BHAWAN,HOSPITALROAD,AGRA282003

B.COMIIIYEAR VSEMESTER

PAPERNO:6.10

BUSINESSREGULATORY FRAMEWORKI

LEARNINGOBJECTIVES
The objective of this course is to provide a brief idea about the framework of IndianBusinessLaw.

IntroductionWhatisContractEssentialElementsofValidContract ClassificationsofContractsAgreement:Offer and Acceptance ConsiderationandLegalityCapacityofPartiesfreeConsentVoidAgreement ContingentContractsQuasiContracts.

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THEINDIANCONTRACTACT,1872

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PERFORMANCEOFCONTRACTS
DischargeofContractRemediesforBreachofContract. SPECIALCONTRACTS IndemnityandGuaranteeBailmentandPledgeAgency.

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THESALEOFGOODSACT,1930

IntroductionImportantDefinitionsContractofSaleSale andAgreementtoSellKindsofGoodsSomeImportant Comparisons :Sale&HirePurchase,AgreementtoSell&Hire Purchase, Sale & Bailment ConditionsandWarranties Transfer of Property in Goods PerformanceofContractof SaleUnpaidSeller.

SuggestedReadings 1. MERCANTILELAWbyROHINIGOEL,TAXMANNS. 2. INDIANCONTRACTACT,SALEOFGOODSACT& PARTNERSHIPACTbyTRDESAI,SCSARKAR&SONSPVT. LTD.KOLKATA. 3. MERCANTILELAWbyRCCHAWLA&KCGARG,KALYANI PUBLISHERS,NEWDELHI. 4. BUSINESSLAWByKUCHALMC,VIKASPUBLISHINGHOUSE, NEWDELHI. 5. BUSINESSLAWByKAPOORND,SULTANCHAND&SONS NEWDELHI. 6. BUSINESSLAWByDr.SNMAHESHWARI,Dr.SK MAHESHWARI,HIMALAYAPUBLISHINGHOUSE.

B.COMIIIYEAR VISEMESTER

PAPERNO:6.10

BUSINESSREGULATORY FRAMEWORKI

LEARNINGOBJECTIVES
The objective of this course is to provide a brief idea about the framework of IndianBusinessLaw. 8. THENEGOTIABLEINSTRUMENTACT,1881 IntroductionMeaningofNegotiableInstruments Characteristics of a NegotiableInstrumentsPromissoryNotes, Bills of Exchange and Cheques HolderandHolderindue CourseCrossingofaChequeTypesofCrossing. 8. THECONSUMERPROTECTIONACT,1986 IntroductionObjectDefinitions:AppropriateLaboratory,Complainant, Complaint,Consumer,ConsumerDispute, Defects, Deficiency, Manufacturer,Service,Trader. ConsumerDisputesRedressalAgencies:District Forum,StateCommission,NationalCommission. 8. FOREIGNEXCHANGEMANAGEMENTACT,1999 IntroductionDefinitionsRegulationandManagementof Foreign ExchangeAuthorisedPersonsDirectorateof Enforcement. 8. THEINFORMATIONTECHNOLOGYACT,2000 ObjectivesoftheActScopeandapplicationDefinitions Digital SignatureElectronicGovernanceSecureElectronic Records and Secure DigitalSignatureRegulationofCertifying Authorities Granting of License DigitalSignatureCertificates.

SuggestedReadings 1. MERCANTILELAWbyROHINIGOEL,TAXMANNS. 2. INDIANCONTRACTACT,SALEOFGOODSACT& PARTNERSHIPACTbyTRDESAI,SCSARKAR&SONSPVT. LTD.KOLKATA. 3. MERCANTILELAWbyRCCHAWLA&KCGARG,KALYANI PUBLISHERS,NEWDELHI. 4. BUSINESSLAWByKUCHALMC,VIKASPUBLISHINGHOUSE, NEWDELHI. 5. BUSINESSLAWByKAPOORND,SULTANCHAND&SONS NEWDELHI. 6. BUSINESSLAWByDr.SNMAHESHWARI,Dr.SK MAHESHWARI,HIMALAYAPUBLISHINGHOUSE. 7. THEFOREIGNEXCHANGEMANAGEMENTACT,1999by COMMERCIALLAWPUBLISHERS(INDIA)PVT.LTD.DELHI. 8. THENEGOTIABLEINSTRUMENTACTbyKHERGANWALAJS, NMTRIPATHIPVTLTD,MUMBAI.

B.Com.IIIYear VSemester BusinessEnvironment(PaperNo.5.6.1)


ObjectivesoftheCourse Theobjectiveofthiscourseistoacquaintthestudentswithemerging trendsinthebusinessbothatNationalandInternationalLevelin Globalizeera. UnitIIndianBusinessEnvironment ConceptFeaturesComponentsandImportanceofBusiness EnvironmentSocialresponsibilityofBusiness. UnitIIProblemsofGrowth UnemploymentPovertyRegionalImbalanceParallelEconomy UnitIIIForeignDirectInvestment NatureofFDIInvestmentFlowAttractingForeignCapitalRoleof ForeignCapitalinEconomicDevelopmentProblemsofForeignCapital UnitIVInternationalEnvironment IntroductionComponentsofInternationalTradingEnvironment CausingofIncreasingGlobalTradeProblemsofDevelopingCountries InternationalEconomicInstitutionsWTO,IMF.

SuggestedBooks 1. EssentialsofBusinessEnvironmentbyK.Aswathappa,Himalaya PublishingHouse,NewDelhi. 2. BusinessEnvironmentTextandCasesbyFrancisCherunilam,Himalaya PublishingHouse,NewDelhi. 3. IndianEconomybyRuddarDattandK.P.M.Sundhram,S.Chand CompanyLtd.,NewDelhi. 4. IndianEconomybyMishraS.K.andPuriV.K.HimalayaPublishing House,NewDelhi.

B.Com III Yr V Semester Research Methodology in Commerce & Management

Objectives of the Course

1)

To enable to student to understand and work methods and concepts related research.

2)

To enable the student to develop research project and work with research problem.

Unit I - Introduction

Meaning and Definition of Research - Characteristics of Research Objectives of Research Types of Research Process and steps of Research.

Unit II - Process of Selection and formulation of Research problem

Problem Selection / Identification of the problem Sources of research problems Criteria of a good research problem Principles of research problem Hypothesis Meaning Sources of Hypothesis Characteristics of good Hypothesis.

Unit III - Research Design

Meaning of R/D Types of R/D Essential steps in preparation of R/D Evaluation of the R/D A Model Design.

Unit IV - Data Collection and analysis and interpretation of data.

Main forms of Data Collection responses Methods of data Collection Analysis of data Types of analysis Statistical tools and analysis Interpretation of data Need and Importance Technique of interpretation.

Unit V- Research Report

Meaning of R / R Steps in Organization of R / R Types of Report Significance of Report Writing Drafting of reports Contents of a report.

Reference Books

1. Research Methodology and Project Work by Dr Mahesh A Kulkarni, Nirali Prakashan, Mumbai.

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Research Methodology by N Thanulingon, Himalaya Publication, Mumbai

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Methodology of Research in Social Sciences by O. R Krishnaswami, M. Rangnathan. Research Methodology by Dipak Kumar Bhattacharya, Excel Books, New Delhi. Research Methodology in Commerce and Management by Dr. Roshan Kumar Bhangdiya.

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B. Com III Yr. VI Semester E Commerce (Paper No. 6.12.1)

Unit I

E Commerce: Challenges & Opportunities

Online Retailing Supply Chain Management Customers Asset Management Manufacturing Technology Corporate Finance ECommerce Challenges & Opportunities.

Unit II

E - Commerce: Payment System and Legal Implications

Electronic Cash System On-line Banking Electronic Credit Banking Network Electronic Payment System Electronic Cheque System Network Security Schemes Status of Frauds Liability & Damages Consumer Protection & Vigilance E-Funds Transfer Act & Regulations Digital Signature.

Unit III Applications in Governance

EDI in Governance E-Government Applications of Internet Concept of Government-To-Business, Business-To-Government, and Citizen-ToGovernment e-governance Models Private Sector Interface in egovernance.

Unit IV Emerging Business Models

Retail Model Media Model Advisory Model Made-Advisory to-order Model Do-It-Yourself Model Information Model Emerging Hybrid Model Emerging Models in India.

Reference Books

I.

Information Technology E Commerce & E Business. By V.D. Dudheja, Commonwealth Publishers, New Delhi. Business on the net & E Commerce. By Kamlesh Agarwal & Amit Lal, Macmillan India Ltd. Electronic Commerce. By Elias M. Awad, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. E Commerce. By Dr. Sanjivkumar S. Agrawal & Dr. Shubhangi L. Dive, Chinmay Prakashan, Aurangabad.

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B.Com III Yr V Semester E Commerce

Unit I

E Commerce

Introduction Meaning Definitions Scope of E-Commerce ECommerce & Business Perspective of E-Commerce Conceptual Framework of E-Commerce Advantages & Issues in E-Commerce Integrating E-Commerce Business within Business (Intranet) - ECommerce Applications in Business E-Commerce Business Models.

Unit II Technology of E-Commerce

How E-Commerce Work? What is Network? Network Hardware Network Infrastructure Internet-Intranet Technology ECommerce & WWW Web Technology Digital Technology Internet Based E-Commerce issues.

Unit III

E Business Strategy

E Business Technology New Business Strategy E-Business Design E-Business Decision Support System & Knowledge.

Unit IV E-Commerce in India

Factors for Growth of E-Commerce Business in India ECommerce Scenario in India Impact of E-Commerce on Indian Business Scope of E-Commerce in India Future Prospects & Challenges Global Economy & E-Commerce.

Reference Books

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Information Technology E Commerce & E Business. By V.D. Dudheja, Commonwealth Publishers, New Delhi.

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Business on the net & E Commerce. By Kamlesh Agarwal & Amit Lal, Macmillan India Ltd. Electronic Commerce. By Elias M. Awad, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. E Commerce. By Dr. Sanjivkumar S. Agrawal & Dr. Shubhangi L. Dive, Chinmay Prakashan, Aurangabad

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B.Com III Yr V Semester Marketing Management

Unit I

Introduction

Definition Nature & Scope of Marketing Importance of Marketing Selling V/s Marketing Marketing Mix Market Segmentation Concept Importance & Bases for Market Segmentation.

Unit II

Product & Price

Concept of Product Consumer & Industrial Goods Product Planning & Development Product Life Cycle (PLC) Price Meaning Factors Affecting Price of Product & Services Discount & Rebate.

Unit III Marketing Research

Meaning Importance Process Scope of Marketing Research.

Unit IV Insurance Marketing

Introduction Market Situation for Insurance Sales Force in Insurance Marketing Objectives of Insurance Challenges in Insurance Marketing Strategy.

Reference Books:

i. Marketing Management Englewood Cliffs by Philip Kotler, Prentice Hall, New Delhi.

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Fundamentals of Marketing by Stanton W. J. McGraw Hill, New York. Principles & Practice of Market in India by C. B. Mamoria & Joshi, Kitab Mahal, Allhabad. Marketing Management Text & Cases in context of India by, Himalaya Publication, New Delhi. The New Market by Fulmer R. M., McMillan, New York.

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B. Com III Yr VI Semester Entrepreneurship Development (Paper No. 6.12.1)

Objectives of the Course

It provides exposure to the students to the entrepreneurial culture and Industrial growth so as to preparing them to set up and manage their own small units.

Unit I Entrepreneurial Development

Definition Characteristics Functions and Types of Entrepreneur - Entrepreneurship Definition Characteristics Obstacles Inhabiting Entrepreneurship Development Qualities of Entrepreneur.

Unit II - Entrepreneurial Development Programme

Meaning of EDP Objectives Need of EDP Phase of EDP Institution for Entrepreneurship Development MCED NIESBUD

Unit III Innovation and Entrepreneur

Concept Sources of Innovation Principles of Innovation Need and Role of Innovation Pre requisites for Effective Innovator Innovation and Entrepreneur.

Unit IV Biographies and Entrepreneurial Abilities of the Business Leaders Ratan Tata Bhavarlal Jain Shriram Bhogale Narayan Murthi Kishor Biyani Bhairavnath Thomabare.

Reference Books

i.

Environment and Entrepreneur by Tandon B.C., Chugh Pub, Allahabad. Entrepreneur and Entrepreneurship Development by Mishra D. N., Chugh Pub. Allahabad

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iii. iv.

Entrepreneurship Development in India by Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi. Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship by Ramesh Book Depot, Jaipur. Entrepreneurship Development and Project Management by Neeta Boparikar, Himalaya Pub. New Delhi.

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B.COMIIIYEAR VISEMESTER

PAPERNO:6.12

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

LEARNINGOBJECTIVES
1. ProvideaconceptualunderstandingofFinance. 2. FamiliarizewithNature,scopeandFunctionsofFinance. 1. NATURE,SCOPEANDFUNCTIONSOFFINANCIALMANAGEMENT IntroductionFinancialObjectivesofaFirmGoalsof Financial ManagementEvolutionofBusinessFinanceMeaning of Business Finance NatureandScopeofFinancial Management Functions of Financial Management. 2. NATUREOFFINANCIALDECISIONS ConceptofFinancialDecisionsMajorFinancialDecision Areas Basic FactorsInfluencingFinancialDecisions. 3. CAPITALBUDGETING MeaningofCapitalBudgetingSignificanceofCapitalBudgeting LimitationofCapitalBudgetingPreparationof CapitalBudget. 4. COSTOFCAPITAL ConceptofCostofCapitalSignificanceofCostofCapitalinCapital ExpenditureDecisionsDeterminationofCostof Capital.

SuggestedReadings 1. FINANCIALMANAGEMENTbyRMSRIVASTAVA,PRAGATI PRAKASHAN,MEERUT. 2. FINANCIALMANAGEMENTbyPVKULKARNIANDBG SATYAPRASAD,HIMALAYAPUBLISHINGHOUSE,BOMBAY. 3. FINANCIALMANAGEMENTbyIMDANDE,VIKAS PUBLISHINGHOUSEPVT.LTD,NEWDELHI. 4. FINANCIALMANAGEMENTbySKRPAUL,NEWCENTRAL BOOKAGENCY(p)LTD,KOLKATA.

B.COMIIIYEAR VISemester

COURSECODE:6.12.2

PROJECT WORK 50Marks

The Student of B.Com have acquired The Knowledge of Research Methodology.TheyhavealsoacquiredTheKnowledgeofvarioussubjectsinthe area of business administration. These students must have their vision broadened. They are expected to visit the Business Activities/Firms/Industries and undertake small research to know the practical aspects of the theory they havelearntintheclass.TheyshouldusetheResearchMethodology,collectsome data, analyse it and draw some Conclusion based on this minor research. They maygivesomesuggestions,recommendationforimprovements. Note: The project report should be prepared, type written and submitted in the followingformatonly. ProjectFormat

ProjectworkReport
Thereportistobesubmittedinthefollowingformatonly. 1. Brief introduction of the organization where the student has worked for thetraining(Notmorethan45typespages) 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Objectivesofthestudy. Datatables:Maycontainprimaryorsecondarydata. DataAnalysis:(Dataanalysistoolsusedandresultsobtained) Interpretationofresultsandinferencesdrawn Conclusion/Recommendations. Annexure(Acopyofthequestionnaireandother,ifany) Bibliography&References.

DivisionofMarks
a. b. ReportWriting: ProjectReportWritingwillcarry30Marks. VivaVoce:

ProjectVivaVocewillbeconductedattheendofthe academicyear(VISemester).Itwillcarry20Marks.Itwill beconductedbytheInternalandExternalexaminers appointedbytheUniversityauthorities. Thus50Marks(ProjectReport+ProjectVivaVoce)shall bedividedas ProjectReportWriting ProjectVivaVoce TotalMarks : : 30Marks

20Marks : 50Marks

BcomWithComputerApplicationU.G.C.VocationalCource
BcomI/II/IIIYear201112 Class Semester Subject SEMI B.ComIYear SEMII SEMIII CA3.2DBMSthroughFoxPro B.ComIIYear SEMIV CA4.2RDBMSthroughOracle SEMV B.ComIIIYear SEMVI CA5.1ProgramminginVB6.0 CA5.2ResearchMethodologyincommerce& Mngt. CA6.1WebPageDesigning CA6.2ProjectWork CA4.1ProgrammingwithC++ CA2.3IntroductiontoTally CA2.4OfficeAutomation(MsExcel&Ms Access) CA3.1ProgramminginC CA1.1IntroductiontoDos&WindowsOS CA1.2OfficeAutomation(MsWord&Ms PowerPoint)

BcomWithComputerApplicationU.G.C.VocationalCource BcomIYearISem

CAI.IntroductiontoDosandWindows

1. Fundamentalsofcomputersystems Introduction:(Basicstructure,ALU,Memory,CPU,I/ODevices),Generationof Computer. ClassificationofComputer:(Micro,Mainframe,Supercomputer,PC,Server, Workstation) Characteristics&Featuresofcomputer.

2. DataRepresentation BIT,BYTE,WORD. IntroductiontoNumbersystem:Binary,Octal,DecimalandHexadecimalconversation fromone Numbersystemtoanothernumbersystem,IntroductiontobasicGates. 3. I/O&O/PDevices Keyboard,mouse,touchscreen,scanningdevices,barcodereader CRT,DVD,WebCameraModem 4. Memory TypesofMemory(Primary&secondary)RAMROM,PROM,EPROM SecondaryStorageDevices(FD,CD,HD,PenDrive,DVD)

5. ComputerLanguages Typesofprogramminglanguages,Machinelanguages,Assemblylanguages,Highlevel languages

6. IntroductiontoMsDOS WhatisDos,History,FileandDirectory,StudyofInternal&ExternalCommandsofMS DOS? TypesofFiles,ConfigurationofDos(Config.sys),BatchFileConcept&Studyof Autoexec.batFile, BootingprocedureofDOS, 7. IntroductiontoMsWINDOWS WhatisWindowO.S.,History,andFiles&Folders, WhatisGUI&WindowsConceptsoftoolbars,menuTitlebar,controlDialoguebox statusbarmessageboxandmouseOperations,andFilemanagerAllOptions? Referencebooks

FundamentalofComputersV.RajaRaman
PeterNortonsIntroductiontocomputersPeterNortons FundamentalofcomputerBechkar&Sontake

BcomWithComputerApplicationU.G.C.VocationalCource BcomIYearISem CAII.OFFICEAUTOMATION(MSWORD&POWERPOINT)


1. WordProcessingTool Menus, Shortcut Menus, Toolbars, Customizing Toolbars, Creating & Opening, Saving,RenamingDocuments,WorkingOnmultipledocuments 2. WorkingwithText&Tables Typing&Inserting,Selecting,DeletingText,undo,formattingtoolbar, Inserttablebutton,Drawatable,Insertingrows&columns,movingandResizinga table,TablesandBorderstoolbar,tableProperties 3. SpellingandGrammar Autocorrect,Spellingandgrammarcheck,Synonyms,Thesaurus. 4. Formatting Page margins, Page size & Orientation, Headers and Footers, page members, print previewandprinting,Paragraphattributes,moving,copying&Pastingtext, TheClipboard,Columns,DropCaps.Formattingprinter 5. Graphics AddingClipart,Addanimagefromafile,Editingagraphic,AutoShapes

6.PresentationTool AutoContent Wizard, Create a presentation from a template, create a blank presentation,openanexistingpresentation,AutoLayout,presentationscreen: Screen Layout, Views, Working with Slides: Insert a new slide, Applying a design template,changingslidelayouts,recordingslides,hideslides,createacustomslide show. 7.Color&Background Colorschemes,Backgrounds,Graphics,AddingClipArt,imagefromafile,Editinga graphics,AutoShapes. 8.WordArtSlideEffects Actionbutton,Slideanimation,Animationpreview,slidetransitions,slideshow options,masterslides,Header&Footer,slidenumbers,Date&Timesavingand printing,Pagesetup,Print. ReferenceBooks MicrosoftOffice2002ByComplete(BPB)

BcomWithComputerApplicationU.G.C.VocationalCource BcomIYearIISem CAIII.IntroductiontoTally

1)IntroductiontoTally

Needofcomputerisedaccounting, accountingsoftwarepackageTallyandits advantagesopeningscreenoftally. 2)Basicaccounts

Companycreation,group,ledger, voucherentry,singlemodevoucherentry, accountsvoucherprinting,daybookssummaries, Trialbalance,finalaccounts,reportprinting. 3)Tradersaccounts Customersuppolier,profile,salespurchase Voucherentry,billsregister,salepurchase Summary,billreference,outstandingreports.

4) Advancedfinancialaccounts Advancedaccountingfeatures,costcategory Andcostcentre,vouchertypesandclasses, Bankreconciliation,budgetandscenarios, Voucherclass,foreigncurrency.

5) BasicInventory Inventorymaster,Inventory Voucher,invoicing Inventoryreports,Invoiceregister,sales. purchaseanalysis,stockjournalreports Referencebooks: 1. 2. ImplementingTally9AsokknadhaniKisorknadhani(Bps) ImplementingTally7.2(Bps)

BcomWithComputerApplicationU.G.C.VocationalCource BcomIYearIISem
CAIV.OFFICEAUTOMATION(MSEXCEL&MSACCESS) 1.IntroductiontoMSExcel Spreadsheetbasics,Adding&RenamingWorksheets,thestandardtoolbar,Opening, Saving,Closing Andmore(Movingthroughcells),addingWorksheetrows&columns,Selectingcells, moving& Copyingcells,Formattingtoolbars,formatcells,dialogbox,dates× 2.Formulas&Function Formulas,Linkingworksheets,Basicfunction,Autosum,basicascending&descending sorts,Autofill, Addingclipart,addanimagefromafile,editingagraph,AutoShapes. 3.Charts Charwizard,resizingachar,movingachart,Formattingtoolbar,Pageproperties& printing:page Break,pageorientation,margins,Header&Footer,PagenumbersprintPreview,print, editingagraph

4.IntroductiontoMSAccess Whatisdatabase,PartofanAccesswindow,creatinganewdatabase,creating databasethroughtablewizard,openandclosethedatabasefile.PrimaryKeys, SwitchingViews,EnteringData ManipulatingData 1. QueriesandForms UsingtheQuerywindow,usingcriteriaandsavingqueries,formdesignwithout wizards, Formdesigntoolbar,toolboxtoolbar. 2. Reports Introduction,creatingasinglecolumnReport,creatingagroupeddatareport, addingacharttoareport. ReferenceBooks 1.MSOffice2000 MichaelBusbyandRussellA.Stultz 2. MSOffice2000SanjaySexena

BcomWithComputerApplicationU.G.C.VocationalCource BcomIIYearIIISem CAV.ProgramminginC


1 IntroductiontoCLanguage: Definition of programming Language, Types of computer Languages, History of C Language,Thecharacterset,Constants,VariablesandKeywords,TypesofConstants, TypesofVariables,Keywords,DataTypes. InstructionsTypedeclarationInstruction,ArithmeticInstruction, StructureofCProgram 2 DataInputandOutputFunctions: getchar(),putchar(),printf(),scanf(),puts(),gets() 3 TheDecisionandLoopingControlStructure: Theifstatement,theifelsestatement,Nestedifelsestatement,ifelseladder. The while loop, the for loop, the dowhile loop, the break, continue, go to statement.. Thecasecontrolstructure:Decisionsusingswitch 4 Arrays Whatarearrays?,arrayinitialization,boundchecking,typesofarrays,initializinga2 DimensionalandMultidimensionalArrays. 5 StorageClassesandFunctions: Automatic,Register,Static,External(LocalandGlobal) Arguments and local variables, ReturningFunction results,Defaultreturn type and Type void, passing values between functions, Declaration of function type, Recursion,Functionwithvariablearguments.

CharacterStrings,StructuresandUnion: What are strings?, standard library string functions strlen(), strcpy(), strcat(), strcmp(). Declaring structure, Initializing structures, structure variables, accessing structure elements,Arraysofstructures,structureswithinstructures,IntroductiontoUnion.

ReferenceBooks: 1. 2. 3. 4. ProgramminginANSICByE.BalguruSamy(TMH) LetUsCByYeshwantKanetkar(BPB) ProgrammingwithCByByronGotterfred(TMH) TurboC/C++TheCompleteReferenceByH.Schild.

BcomWithComputerApplicationU.G.C.VocationalCource BcomIIYearIIISem CAVI.DBMSThroughFoxpro


1.Introduction: Whatisdata,information,anddatabase,WhatisDBMS,ArchitectureofDBMS,Usersof DBMS,DatabaseAdministration,AdvantagesofDBMS,Whatisfile,Recordandfield?,whatis FoxPro 2.CreatingDatabaseFile: Datatypes/Fieldtypes,Definingstructureofdatabasefile,Savingadatabasestructure, Enteringrecordsinadatabasefile,AddingmorerecordswithAPPEND 3.ListingcontentsofDatabaseFile. ListCommandUsingoptionswithList Listingselectedfields, Removingrecordnofromlisting Removingfieldheadings

DisplayCommand DisplayinginformationwithDISPLAY Recordpointer PerformingcalculationswithLIST/DISPLAY SearchingforinformationwithLOCATE. Specifyingmultipleconditions Searchinginformationwithafield

DateandArithmeticFunctions

4.EditingandModifyingDatabasefile: EditingdatawithEDITorCHANGE EditingmultiplerecordswithBROWSE Resizingfields,reducingfieldwidth,RestrictingfieldswithBROWSE ReplacingfieldcontentswithREPLACE DeletingunwantedRecordswithRECALL RemovingrecordspermanentlywithPACK Movingrecordpointers Modifyingstructure,FileUtilitiesinFoxPro

5.SortingandIndexingDatabaseFiles: Sorting,Typesofindexing(single,compound,structuralcompound)

FindinginformationwithFINDandSEEK. 6.GeneratingReports: Designingthereportforms

Pagelayout,Pagepreview,LayoutTools,Titles/Summary,Datagrouping ReferenceBooks: 1. FoxPro2.5MadesimpleforDOS&WindowsbyR.K.Taxli(BPB) 2. MasteringFoxPro2.5&2.6(SpecialEND)BPB 3. AnIntroductiontoDatabasesystembyBipinC.Desai.

BcomWithComputerApplicationU.G.C.VocationalCource BcomIIYearIVSem CAVII.ProgrammingWithC++


1. IntroductiontoOOPs: ObjectOrientedProgramming,BasicConceptsofOOPs,BenefitsofOOPs. 2. IntroductiontoC++ Tokens,Keywords,Identifiers,DataTypes,Constants,Variables,Operators,Operator precedence and associatively, I/O statements, Structure of C++ Program, Control and Looping Statements, Arrays, Pointers, Function, Function Prototype, Inline function,Defaultarguments,Functionoverloading.

3. ClassandObject: DefineClass,Members,Object,Visibilitymodes,StaticMembers,Friendfunctions, ConstructorandDestructor. 4. OperatorOverloadingandTypeConversions: ConceptofOperatorOverloading,UnaryandBinaryoperatoroverloading,Rulesfor Overloading,TypeconversionsBasictoclass,Classtobasic.

5. InheritanceandPolymorphism: ConceptofInheritance,TypesofInheritance,IntroductiontoPolymorphism.

ReferenceBooks: 1. 2. 3. ObjectOrientedProgrammingWithC++ByE.BalguruSamy ObjectOrientedProgramminginC++ByRichardJohnsonBaugh&MartinKalin C++ComletedReferenceByH.Sheild

BcomWithComputerApplicationU.G.C.VocationalCource BcomIIYearIVSem CAVIII.RDBMSThroughORACLE


1. BASICCONCEPTS: StructureofDBMS,UsersofDBMS,AdvantagesandDisadvantagesof DBMS.RelationalDatabase:Attributesanddomains,tuplesrelations andtheirschemes.IntegrityrulesRelationalalgebra:Basicoperations. 2. INTRACTIVESQL: OracleandClientservertechnology,DatamanipulationinDBMS,The componentpartsofTwodimensionalmatrix,Thedatatypes. 3. TABLECREATIONANDMANIPULATION: Twodimensionalmatrixcreation,Insertionofdataintotables,viewing datainthetables,deletionoperation,updatingthecontentsoftables, modifyingthestructureoftables,renamingtables,destroyingtables. 4. MOREONSQL: Computationontabledata,oracledualtable,sysdate,oraclefunctions. 5. MANIPULATIONOFDATA: Groupingofdataformtables,Manipulatingdates,Subquries,Studyof theclauses:Union,Intersect,Minus. 6. SQLPERFORMANCETUNING: Indexes,RowID,Views,Sequences.

ReferenceBooks: 4. 5. AnIntroductiontoDatabaseSystemsByBipinCDesai.GolgotiaPublication SQL,PL/SQLTheProgramminglanguageofORACEL2edEditionByIvanBayross (BPB).

BcomWithComputerApplicationU.G.C.VocationalCource BcomIIIYearVSem
CAIX.ProgrammingwithVB6.0 1. IntroductiontoIDE Menubar Toolbar Projectexplorer Toolbox Propertywindow Formlayoutwindow Projecttypes 2. Workingwithforms: Theanatomyofforms Formproperties,eventsandmethods WorkingwithMDIform 3. programminginVB Datatypes,Keywords,variables,Constants Operators,Messagebox,Inputbox, Controlstatements IfandSelectcase

Loopingstatements Arrays LibraryFunctions While,DoWhile,DoUntil,For

4. VisualBasicControls: Label,Textbox,commandbutton,Checkbox,optionbutton, Frame,listbox,combobox,picturebox,imagecontrol Scrollbars,drivelist,dirlist,andfilelist (Properties,eventsandmethodsofeachcontrol) 5. Databaseconnectivity: IntroductiontoJetengine,ODBCandISAM LoadingAccessdatabase 6. Menus: Creatingmenus,Addingcodetomenu, Toolbars,Othercommoncontrols ReferenceBooks: 3. 4. 5. 6. MasteringinVisualBasic6.0byBPBpublication CompleteVisualBasicbyBPBpublication GuidetoVisualBasicbyPeterNorton ProgrammingwithVisualBasic6.0byMohammedAzam

BcomWithComputerApplicationU.G.C.VocationalCource BcomIIIYearVSem
CAX.ResearchMethodologyinCommerce&Manegment

BcomWithComputerApplicationU.G.C.VocationalCource BcomIIIYearVISem
CAXI.WebPageDesigning 1. IntroductiontoWebPublishing WebBrowser WWW WebDesignProcess Implementation MaintenancephasesofWebsite 2. HTMLDocuments Overview RulesandGuidelines StructureofHTMLDocument 3. TagsinHTML HTML,HEAD,TITLE,BODY Paragraph FormattedandUnformattedtags Horizontalrule Font(size,color) BackgroundColor 4. List Orderedlist Unorderedlist Definitionlist

5. Image Insertingimageintoawebpage Inlineimage Backgroundgraphics,animation Sound 6. Table Tabletags Generaltableformat CellspacingandCellpadding RowspanandColspan 7. Linking URL Anchortag Externalimage Linkwithinsamepage Ref.Books CompleteHTMLbyBPBpublication

BcomWithComputerApplicationU.G.C.VocationalCource BcomIIIYearVISem
CAXII.ProjectWork Guidelinesforprojectwork 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Studentshouldbesubmitonecopyofprojecttothecollege For project work there should be one external Examiner from the University and one InternalExaminerfromcollege. Student can opt any programming language /software, foxpro, C, C++,Oracle,Vbetcpackageforprojectwork An individual or group of maximum 3 (Three )student can work on singleproject Project should strictly developed in lab and student should get it checkedfromguidetimetotime Studentshouldgetthesynopsisofprojectapprovedfromguidewell inadvance Theprojectworkshouldcovers Coverpage Certificate Declaration Acknowledgment Index IntroductiontoProject DataflowDiagram Sourcecode Result/output Limitations Conclusion Bibliography

SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED


Revised Syllabus of UGC VOCATIONAL COURSE AT FIRST DEGREE LEVEL FOREIGN TRADE PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES With effect from the academic year 2011-12 B.COM. THIRD YEAR Semester-V PaperIXEXPORTPROCEDURE Objective of the paper; a) To familiarize the students with the various methods and procedures of foreign trade financing, foreign exchange and the institutions involved in export finance b) To make the students aware of the shipping and insurance practices and procedures which constitute the essential services for the operation of foreign trade Scheme of marking; University written exam- 40 marks Internal exam based on assignments, seminars and participation in other activities - 10 marks 1. Exportriskinsurance MarineinsuranceNature,Scope,Specialfeatures,Kindsofperils,Kindsof losses, Types of marine insurance policy, Export Credit and Guarantee CorporationLtd.andinsurancecovers
2. Exportpackaging,labelingandmarking

Importance of packaging, 7 Ps of packaging, Labeling and marking, Methodsofmarking,Internationalfreightmarkingsymbols


3. QualityControlandPreshipmentInspection

ObjectivesofQualityControlandPreshipmentInspection,Institutionalset up, Methods, Problems in maintaining quality, ISO9000 and ISO14000 series of standards, Implementation of ISO90012000 quality managementsystem,HACCP,OHSMS,IS150001998,IS180012000,Eco labeling
4. Shippingandcustomsclearance

Roleoffreightforwardingagentinshippingthegoods,Stepsofshipping, Multimodal transportation of goods, Tramp and liner shipping,

Containerisation Advantages and disadvantages, Types of containers, Strainscausedbycontainertransports,Customsclearanceofexportcargo Referencebooks; 1) International Trade & Export Management by Francis Cherunilam, HimalayaPublishingHouse,Mumbai. 2) InternationalMarketingManagementbyR.L.Varshney&B.Bhattacharyya, SultanChand&Sons,NewDelhi. 3) International Business by P.Subba Rao, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai 4) NabhisExportersManual&Documentation,NabhiPublication,NewDelhi. 5) NabhisHowtoExport,NabhiPublication,NewDelhi. 6) NabhisHowtoImport,NabhiPublication,NewDelhi. 7) ExportprocedurebyM.I.Mahajan

PaperX

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Semester-VI PaperXI EXPORT DOCUMENTATION Objective of the paper; To familiarize the students with the basic documents involved in foreign trade Scheme of marking; University written exam- 40 marks Internal exam based on assignments, seminars and participation in other activities - 10 marks Course inputs; 1. Processinganexportorder ObtainingIEC,RCMC,Exciseclearance,Customsclearanceandothersteps, Enteringintoanexportcontract 2. Exportdocumentation Documents related to goods, shipment, payments, inspection, excisable goodsandforeignexchangeregulation
3. ExportincentivesandschemesofgovernmentofIndia

Provisions of Foreign Trade policy 20092014 and annual supplements to thepolicy,Exportpromotionmeasures


4. CareeravenuesinForeignTrade

Referencebooks; 1) International Trade & Export Management by Francis Cherunilam, HimalayaPublishingHouse,Mumbai. 2) InternationalMarketingManagementbyR.L.Varshney&B.Bhattacharyya, SultanChand&Sons,NewDelhi. 3) International Business by P.Subba Rao, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai 4) NabhisExportersManual&Documentation,NabhiPublication,NewDelhi. 5) NabhisHowtoExport,NabhiPublication,NewDelhi. 6) NabhisHowtoImport,NabhiPublication,NewDelhi. 7) ExportprocedurebyM.I.Mahajan

Paper XIIPROJECT REPORT The students are expected; To visit an export oriented industry and prepare a detail project report based on their visit. To interview two importers/ exporters and prepare the interview report based on the interview To study the latest/ recent developments and happenings pertaining to the topics/sub topics mentioned in the syllabus The project report will carry 40 marks. The viva-voce based on the report will carry 10 marks. Scheme of marking; Internal exam 40 marks External exam10 marks