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B.Com Part 1 Syllabus Avadh University in PDF for 2020-21, Course Details and Suggested Reading Books

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) Part 1 syllabus and course input details for session 2020-21 have been amended by Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University, Ayodhya.

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Group – A: Paper – I Business Communication B.Com Part 1 Syllabus of RMLAU:

Objective: the objective of this course is to develop effective business communication skills among the students.

RMLAU B.Com Part 1 Course Inputs for Group A: Paper 1:

Unit I: Introducing Business Communication: Basic forms of communicating: Communication models and processes; Effective communication; Theories of communication; Audience analysis.

Unit II: Self-Development and Communication: Development of positive personal attitudes; SWOT analysis; Vote’s model of interdependence; Whole communication.

Unit III: Corporate Communication: Formal and informal communication networks; Grapevine; Miscommunication (Barriers); Improving communication. Practices - in business communication; Group discussions; Mock interviews; Seminars; Effective listening exercises; Individual and group presentations and reports writing.

Unit IV: Principles of Effective Communication

Unit V: Writing Skills: Planning business messages; Rewriting and editing; The first draft; Reconstructing the final draft; Business letters and memo formats; Appearance request letters; Good news and bad news letters; Persuasive letters; Sales letters; Collection letters; Office memorandum.

Unit VI: Report Writing: Introduction to a proposal, short and format report, report preparation. Oral Presentation: Principles of oral presentation, factors affecting presentation, sales presentation, training presentation, conducting surveys, speeches to motivate, effective presentation skills.

Unit VII: Non-Verbal Aspects of Communicating. Body language: Kinesics, Proxemics, Para language. Effective listening: Principles of effective listening; Factors affecting listening exercises; Oral, written, and video sessions. Interviewing Skills: Appearing in interviews; Conducting interviews; Writing resume and letter of application. Modern Forms of Communicating: Fax; E-mail; Video conferencing; etc. International Communication: Cultural sensitiveness and cultural context; Writing and presenting in international situations; Inter-cultural factors in interactions; Adapting to global business.

Suggested Readings:
1. Bovee and Thill: Business Communication Today; Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi
2. Balasubramanyam: Business Communications; Vikas Publishing House, Delhi
3. Kaul: Business Communication; Prentice Hall, New Delhi
4. Kaul: Effective Business Communication: Prentice Hall, New Delhi
5. Senguin J: Business Communication; The Real World and Your Career, Allied Publishers, New Delhi
6. Vyavsayik Sampreshan: Mishra and Shukla, SBPD Publication, Agra
7. Business Communication; RK Madhukar Vikas Publishing, New Delhi

Group – A: Paper – II Business Environment

Objective: this course aims at acquainting the students with the emerging issues in business at the national and international level in the light of the policies of liberalization and globalization.

Avadh University B.Com Part 1 Course Inputs for Group A: Paper 2:

Unit I: Indian Business Environment: Concept, components and importance

Unit II: Profile of Public Sector, Joint Sector and Co-Operative Sector

Unit III: Economic Trends (overview): Income; Saving and investment; Industry; Trade and balance of payments, Money; Finance; Prices

Unit IV: Problems of Growth: Unemployment; Poverty; Regional imbalances; Social injustice; Inflation; Parallel economy; Industrial sickness

Unit V: Role of Government: Monetary and fiscal policy; Industrial policy; Industrial licensing, Privatization; Devaluation; Export-Import policy; Regulation of foreign investment

Unit VI: The Current Five Year Plan: Major policies; Resource allocation

Unit VII: International Environment: International trading environment (overview); Trends in world trade and the problems of developing countries; Foreign trade and economic growth; International economic groupings; International economic institutions – GATT, WTO, UNCTAD, World Bank, IMF; GSP; GSTP; Countertrade

Suggested Readings:
1. Agarwal A. N.: Indian Economy; Vikas Publishing House, Delhi
2. Khan Farooq A: BBusiness and Society; S. Chand, Delhi
3. Dutt R. and Sundharam K.P.M; Indian Economy; S. Chand, Delhi
4. Misra S.K and Puri V. K: Indian Economy; Himalya Publishing House, New Delhi
5. Vyavsayik Paryavaran, Dr. V. C. Sinha

Group – B: Paper – III Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship

Objective: 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.

Faizabad University B.Com Part 1 Course Inputs for Group B: Paper 3:

Unit I: Introduction: The entrepreneur; Definition: Emergence of entrepreneurial class; Theories of entrepreneurship: Role of socio-economic environment; Characteristics of entrepreneur; Leadership; Risk taking; Decision-making and business planning

Unit II: Promotion of a Venture: Opportunities analysis; External environmental analysis-economic, social, and technological; Competitive factors; Legal requirements for establishment of a new unit, and raising of funds; Venture capital sources and documentation required

Unit III: Entrepreneurial Behavior: Innovation and entrepreneur; Entrepreneurial behavior and Psycho-Theories, Social responsibility

Unit IV: Entrepreneurial Development Programmes (EDP): EDP, their role, relevance and achievements; Role of Government in organizing EDPs; Critical evaluation

Unit V: Role of Entrepreneur: Role of an entrepreneur in economic growth as an innovator, generation of employment opportunities, complimenting and supplementing economic growth, bringing about social stability and balanced regional development of industries; Role in export promotion and import substation, forex earnings, and augmenting and meeting local demand

Suggested Readings:
1. Tandon B.C: Environment and Entrepreneur; Chugh Publications, Allahabad
2. Pandey IM: Venture Capital – The Indian Experience; Prentice Hall of India
3. Shukla M.B: Entrepreneurship
4. Aggrawal, R.C Udyamita
5. Aggrawal and Gupta, Udyamita Ke Mul Aadhar

Group – B: Paper – IV Business Regulatory Framework

Objective: the objective of this course is to provide a brief idea about the framework of Indian business laws.

RMLAU B.Com 1st Year Course Inputs for Group B: Paper 4:

Unit I: Law of Contract (1872): Nature of contract; Classification; Offer and acceptance; Capacity of parties to contract; Free consent; Consideration; Legality of object; Agreement declared void; Performance of contract; Discharge of contract; Remedies for breach of contract

Unit II: Special Contracts: Indemnity; Guarantee; Bailment and pledge; Agency

Unit III: Sale of Goods Act 1930: Formation of contracts of sale; Goods and their classification, price; Conditions, and warranties; Transfer of property in goods; Performance of the contract of sales; Unpaid seller and his rights, sale by auction; Hire purchase agreement

Unit IV: Indian Partnership Act 1932: Nature, Concept of kinds of Partnership, Partnership Deed, Registration of Partnership firm, Dissolution of Partnership and Firm

Unit V: Negotiable Instrument Act 1881: Definition of negotiable instruments; Features; Promissory note; Bill of exchange & cheque; Holder and holder in the due course; Crossing of a cheque, types of crossing: Negotiation: Dishonor and discharge of negotiable instrument

Unit VI: The Consumer Protection Act 1986: Salient features; Definition of consumer; Grievance redressal machinery

Suggested Readings:
1. Desai T. R. Indian Contract Act, Sale of Goods Act and Partnership Act; S.C. Sarkar & Sons Pvt. Ltd., Kolkata
2. Khergamwala J.S: The Negotiable Instruments Act; N. M. Tripathi Pvt. Ltd, Mumbai
3. Singh Avtar: The Principles of Mercantile Law; Eastern Book Company, Lucknow
4. Kuchal M.C.: Business Law; Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi
5. Kapor N. D.: Business Law, Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi
6. Chandha P. R. Business Law; Galgotia, New Delhi
7. Vyavsayik Niyamak Dhancha, R. C Aggrawal
8. Vyavsayik Niyaman Ruprekha, V. N. Gupta, Navyug, Prakashan, Agra

Group – C: Paper – V Business Economics

Objective: this course is meant to acquaint the students with the principles of Business Economics as are applicable in business.

RMLAU Faizabad B.Com Part 1 Course Inputs for Group C: Paper 5:

Unit I: Introduction: Nature, Scope and Significance of Business Economics; Role of Business Economist; Difference between Economics and Business Economics: Relationship of Business Economics with other Branches of Knowledge

Unit II: Elasticity of Demand: Concept and measurement of elasticity of demand; Price, income and cross elasticities; Average revenue, marginal revenue, and elasticity of demand; Determinants of elasticity of demand; Importance of elasticity of demand

Unit III: Consumption Function: Utility, Diminishing Marginal Utility and Equi-Marginal utility: Indifference Curve, Consumer Surplus

Unit IV: Theory of Costs: Short-run and long-run cost curves – traditional and modern approaches

Unit V: Market Structures: Market structures and business; Objectives of a business firm

a) Perfect Competition: Profit maximization and equilibrium of firm and industry; Short-run and long run supply curves; Price and output determination. Practical applications
b) Monopoly: Determination of price under monopoly; Equilibrium of a firm; Comparison between perfect competition and monopoly; Multi-plant monopoly; Price discrimination. Practical applications
c) Monopolistic Competition: Meaning and characteristics; Price and output determination under monopolistic competition; Product differentiations; Selling costs; Comparison with perfect competition; Excess capacity under monopolistic competition
d) Oligopoly: Characteristics, Indeterminate pricing and output; Classical models of oligopoly; Price leadership; Collusive oligopoly; Kinked demand curve

Unit VI: Factor Pricing-I: Marginal Productivity theory and demand for factors; Nature of supply of factor inputs; Determination of wage rates under perfect competition and monopoly; Exploitation of labor; Rent-Concept; Ricardian and modern theories of rent; Quasi-rent

Unit VII: Factor Pricing-II: Interests-concept and theories of interest; Profit-nature, concepts, and theories of profit

Suggested Readings:
1. Nellis & Parker: The Essence of Business Economics; Prentice Hall, New Delhi
2. Ahuja H. L.: Business Economics, S. Chand & Co., New Delhi
3. Vyavsayik Arthshastra: J. C Pant
4. Vyavsayik Arthshastra: Professor K.P. Jain, Navyug Prakashan, Agra
5. Arthashastra Ke Sidhant: Dr. M. L, Jhingan
6. Business Economics: S. K. Agarwal, S. Chand & Co., Delhi

Group – C: Paper – VI Money and Financial System

Objective: the course exposes the students to the working of money and financial system prevailing in India.

RMLAU Faizabad B.Com 1st Year Course Inputs for Group C: Paper 6:

Unit I: Money: Meaning, Functions & Significance of Money, Various forms of Money, Causes, remadies & effects of inflation, Deflation & reflation, Principal Method of note issues, Monetary standard: Gold standard, bi-metallise & managed currency standard

Unit II: Finance: Role of finance in an economy; Kinds of finance; Financial system; Components; Financial intermediaries; Markets and instruments, and their functions

Unit III: Indian Banking System: Indian Banking System: Definition of bank, Commercial banks-importance and functions; Structure of commercial banking system in India; Balance sheet of a Bank; Meaning and importance of main liabilities and assets; Regional rural banks; Cooperative banking in India

Unit IV: Process of Credit Creation by Banks: Credit creation process; Determination of money supply and total bank credit

Unit V: Development Banks and other Non-Banking Financial Institutions: Their main features; Unregulated credit markets in India-mean feature

Unit VI: The Reserve Bank of India: Functions; Instruments of monetary and credit control; main features of monetary policy since independence

Suggested Readings:
1. Chandler L.V. and Goldfield SM: The Economics of Money and Banking; Harper and Row, New York
2. Gupta S. B: Monetary Planning of India, S. Chand, New Delhi
3. Khan M.Y.: Indian Financial System – Theory and Practice, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi
4. Reserve Bank of India: Functions and Working
5. Banking Commission: Report (S)
6. Reserve Bank of India: Bulletins
7. Reserve Bank of India: Annual Reports (S)
8. Report on Currency and Finance
9. Sengupta A. K. and Agarwal M.K.: Money Market Operations in India, Skylark Publications, New Delhi
10. Khubchandani: Practice and Law of Banking, MacMillian India Ltd, New Delhi
11. Bhartiya Banking Pranali, Dr. V. C. Sinha
12. Bhartiya Banking Pranali, Dr. S. K. Singh and J. P. Mishra
13. Mudra Evam Vittiya Pranali: Dr. Satish Kumar Saha

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