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Candidates can check the official website for the notes and study materials for the fourth semester MBA materials. We have updated various subjects so that you can choose accordingly. In this article, we are concentrating on the subject Financial Derivatives. The value of a financial derivative arises from the price of an underlying item, such as an asset or index. Financial derivatives are used for some purposes including risk management, hedging, arbitrage between markets, and speculation. The core courses in an MBA program cover various areas of business such as accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, operations, and statistics, etc.

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A derivative is an agreement between two or more parties whose purpose is based on an agreed-upon underlying financial asset (like security) or set of assets (like an index). Common underlying instruments involve bonds, commodities, currencies, interest rates, market indexes, and stocks. A derivatives analyst implements complex math formulas and develops computer algorithms to estimate financial data, detect investment trends and promote asset selection strategies. He operates directly with corporate portfolio managers, proprietary traders and risk managers. These are the primary duties if you are entering into this field. It is a complicated and laborious job; you need to have a good experience and broad knowledge about the subject to handle the pressure of the situation. Here we are helping you to create a base in this field and basic knowledge so that you can build up from that. We are providing all the books and detailed syllabus which will help you for proper preparation.

MBA Financial Derivative Syllabus – 4th Semester

Unit – I

Derivatives – Features of a Financial Derivative – Types of Financial Derivatives – Basic Financial derivatives – History of Derivatives Markets – Uses of Derivatives – Critiques of Derivatives – Forward Market: Pricing and Trading Mechanism Forward Contract concept – Features of forwarding Contract  Classification of Forwarding Contracts – Forward Trading Mechanism – Forward Prices Vs. Future Prices.

Unit – II

Options and Swaps – Concept of Options – Types of options – Option Valuation – Option Positions Naked and Covered Option – Underlying Assets in Exchange-traded Options – Determinants of Option Prices – Binomial Option Pricing Model – Black-Scholes Option Pricing – Basic Principles of Option Trading – SWAP: Concept, Evaluation and Features of Swap – Types of Financial Swaps – Interest Rate Swaps – Currency Swap – DebtEquity Swap.

Unit – III

Futures – Financial Futures Contracts – Types of Financial Futures Contract – Evolution of Futures Market in India – Traders in Futures Market in India – Functions and Growth of Futures Markets – Futures Market Trading Mechanism – Specification of
the Future Contract – Clearing House – Operation of Margins – Settlement – Theories of Future prices – Future prices and Risk Aversion – Forward Contract Vs. Futures Contracts.

Unit – IV

Hedging and Stock Index Futures – Concepts – Perfect Hedging Model – Basic Long and Short Hedges – Cross Hedging – Basis Risk and Hedging – Basis Risk Vs Price Risk – Hedging Effectiveness – Devising a Hedging Strategy – Hedging Objectives – Management of Hedge – Concept of Stock Index – Stock Index Futures – Stock Index Futures as a Portfolio management Tool –Speculation and Stock Index Futures – Stock Index Futures Trading in Indian Stock Market.

Unit – V

Financial Derivatives Market in India – Need for Derivatives – Evolution of Derivatives in India – Major Recommendations of Dr. L.C. Gupta Committee – Equity Derivatives – Strengthening of Cash Market – Benefits of Derivatives in India – Categories of Derivatives Traded in India – Derivatives Trading at NSE/BSE Eligibility of Stocks – Emerging Structure of Derivatives Markets in India -Regulation of Financial Derivatives in India – Structure of the Market – Trading systems – Badla system in Indian Stock Market – Regulatory Instruments.

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Suggested Books for MBA Financial Derivatives
  • Gupta S.L., FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES THEORY, CONCEPTS AND PROBLEMS PHI, Delhi, Kumar S.S.S. FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES, PHI, New Delhi, 2007
  • Chance, Don M: DERIVATIVES and Risk Management Basics, Cengage Learning, Delhi.
  •  Stulz M. Rene, RISK MANAGEMENT & DERIVATIVES, Cengage Learning, New Delhi.
  • Chancellor, E. Devil Take the Hindmost—A History of Financial Speculation. New York: Farra
    Straus Giroux, 2000.
  • Merton, R. C. ‘‘Finance Theory and Future Trends: The Shift to Integration,’’ Risk, 12, 7 (July 1999): 48–51.
  • Miller, M. H. ‘‘Financial Innovation: Achievements and Prospects,’’ Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 4 (Winter 1992): 4–11.
  • Zingales, L., ‘‘Causes and Effects of the Lehman Bankruptcy,’’ Testimony before Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, United States House of Representatives, October 6, 2008.
  • Duffie, D., and H. Zhu. ‘‘Does a Central Clearing Counterparty Reduce Counterparty Risk?’’
    Working Paper, Stanford University, 2010.
  • Gastineau, G. L., D. J. Smith, and R. Todd. Risk Management, Derivatives, and Financial
    Analysis under SFAS No. 133. The Research Foundation of AIMR and Blackwell Series in
    Finance, 2001.
  • Hull, J., ‘‘OTC Derivatives and Central Clearing: Can All Transactions Be Cleared,’’ Financial
    Stability Review, 14 (July 2010): 71–80.
  • Jones, F. J., and R. J. Teweles. In: The Futures Game, edited by B. Warwick, 3rd edn. New York:
    McGraw-Hill, 1998.
  • Jorion, P. ‘‘Risk Management Lessons from Long-Term Capital Management,’’ European Financial Management, 6, 3 (September 2000): 277–300.
  • Kawaller, I. G., and P. D. Koch. ‘‘Meeting the Highly Effective Expectation Criterion for Hedge Accounting,’’ Journal of Derivatives, 7, 4 (Summer 2000): 79–87.
  • Lowenstein, R. When Genius Failed: The Rise and Fall of Long-Term Capital Management. New York: Random House, 2000.
  • Hull, JC, Options, Futures, and Other Derivatives
  • Stulz, RM, Risk Management & Derivatives, INDIA EDITION, CENGAGE LEARNING

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Explain the term ‘financial derivative’. What are its essential features?
  • Explain the different types of financial derivatives along with their features in brief.
  • Bring out the historical development of financial derivatives.
  • What are warrants and convertible securities? Also, explain the critiques of derivatives with suitable examples.
  •  Compare and contrast between forward, futures, options, and swaps.
  • Write short notes on:
    a. Forward contracting
    b. Swaps and their features
    c. Options and their types
  •  Write a detailed note on uses of financial derivatives.
  • Define the forward contract. Also, discuss the features of the forward contract.
  • Compare and contrast between forwarding contracts and futures contracts with suitable examples.
  • Write a detailed note on classification of forwarding contracts with examples.
  • Define forward contract and discuss the trading mechanism of forwarding market
  • What do you understand by parallel loans? Explain with an example.
  •  Describe features of an interest rate swap.
  • Explain the value of interest rate swap.
  • How would you convert a floating rate liability into a fixed rate liability using swap? Draw a schematic diagram to explain your answer.
  •  If an enterprise has invested funds in securities providing floating rate of income,
  • what risk does it face? How would you hedge such risk using an interest rate swap?
  • What are the problems in arranging a swap and how are they overcome by swap intermediary/bank?
  • Explain hedging of fixed rate and floating rate loans using swap.
  • What is a currency swap and how is it different operationally from an interest rate swap?
  • Currency swaps can be used to convert assets/liabilities from one currency to another. Explain with a suitable example.
  • How are currency swaps and interest rate swaps used for reducing cost?

We have updated all the necessary materials which are needed for the preparation for the examination. So without further delay, candidates can download the note in Pdf format for free on the official website or can purchase it directly. The Study Materials prepared by Professionals will be handy for you while preparing. Practice all the questions mentioned above to get a better idea of the subject. Make sure that you share this link with your friends so that these books will be helpful for them also.

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Security Market Operations: You can download the Study materials and notes for Security Market Operations in PDF files from the official website.

Security Market Operations Books

The Books and Study Materials for the fourth semester MBA examination are now available on the official website. Candidates can check the site to get the links to the notes and study materials. We already have updated several books for fourth semester MBA. Candidates can choose from them and prepare. In this article, we are focusing on the subject of Security Market Operations. The core courses in an MBA program cover various areas of business such as accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, operations, and statistics, etc. These books will help you in better understanding and perform well for the examination.

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securities market is a method of interconnection between all participants (professional and nonprofessional) that presents adequate conditions: to attract new capital using issuing new security (securitization of debt).Insurance (hedging) of operations through the securities marketSecurities are claims on money and are like promissory notes or I.O.U. Securities are a source of funds for organizations, Govt. etc. There are two types of sources of funds namely internal and external and securities emerge when funds are raised from external sources. To excel in this field, you need to have good knowledge about this subject. This examination is the first step for that. For proper preparation, we are providing all the necessary material which are needed for you during the time of preparation. We are also giving the detailed syllabus so that you can prepare according to that.

MBA Security Market Operations Syllabus – 4th Semester

Unit – I

Security Markets – Legal Environment: SEBI Act, 1992, Securities Contract Regulation Act 1956, Companies Act 1956 (various provisions relating to securities), RBI rules and guidelines for Fll’s.

Unit – II

Security Markets – Primary market – its role and functions – Methods of selling securities in primary market – New financial instruments – New Issues – SEBI guidelines for public issues – pricing of issue, promoters’ contribution – appointment and role of merchant bankers, underwriters, brokers, registrars and managers, bankers etc – Underwriting of issues – Allotment of shares – Procedures for new issues – e-trading.

Unit – III

Secondary Market – Role, importance, an organization of stock exchanges – Listing of securities in stock exchanges – Trading mechanism – screen based system – Insider trading; Take-over’s – Internet-based trading.

Unit – IV

Depository: Role and need – The Depositories Act, 1996, SEBI (Depositories and Participants Regulation) 1996 – SEBI (Custodian of Securities) Regulation 1996 – National Securities Depository Ltd. (NSDL) – Depository participant.

Unit – V

Capital Market Instruments – Equity, Secured Premium Notes, Equity Shares with detachable warrants, Sweat Equity, Non-Voting Shares, Tracking stocks, Preference Shares, Debentures, Disaster Bonds, Option Bonds, Easy Exit Bonds, Split Coupon Debentures, Floating Rate Bonds and Notes, Clip and Strip Bonds, Dual Convertible Bonds, Debt Instruments with Debt warrants, Indexed Rate Notes, Stepped Coupon Bonds, Dual Option Warrants, Extendable Notes, Commodity Bonds, Mortgage Backed Securities, Carrot and Stick Bond, Capital Indexed Bonds, Debt for Equity Swap, Zero Coupon Convertible Notes, Global Depository Receipts,  Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds – New instruments of Capital Market – Pure, Hybrid and Derivatives; Money Market Instruments – Treasury bills, Commercial Bills, Commercial Paper, Participatory Notes.

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Suggested Books for MBA Security Market Operations

  • Dalton, John M, HOW THE STOCK MARKET WORKS, Prentice Hall, New Delhi.
  •  Machi Raju, H.R, MERCHANT BANKING; Wiley Eastern Ltd.; New Delhi.
  • Chanratre, KR, CAPITAL ISSUE, SEBI & LISTING; Bharat Publishing House, New
    Delhi.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • If the HSBC were to do business with the People’s Republic of China and have substantial holdings of Chinese Yuan (renminbi) on hand, what risk might this pose for the bank?
  • Explain the procedure of Registration of transfer of securities with depository under Depositories Act 1996
  • Explain briefly the Powers of Board to give Directions in some instances under Depositories Act 1996
  • How could the HSBC manage its currency exchange rate risk?
  • As the British retail banks are merged to achieve cost savings and economies, do this increases or decrease the barriers to entry for foreign banks wishing to do business in the EU?
  • What is depository? Explain the role and need of a repository?
  •  Explain briefly the rights & obligations of depositories as per the Depositories Act 1996
  • Briefly, explain the procedure of inspection and audit under SEBI (Custodian of Securities and Regulation) Act1996
  • Explain the procedure for application of grant of a certificate of registration under SEBI (Depositories Participation and Regulation) Act 1996
  • Explain the method of inspection under SEBI (Depositories Participation and Regulation) Act1996
  • Briefly, explain the procedure for action in case of default under SEBI (Custodian of Securities and Regulation) Act1996
  • Explain general obligations and responsibilities of a custodian under SEBI (Custodian of Securities and Regulation) Act1996
  •  Explain the procedure of Registration of custodian of services inspection under SEBI (Custodian of Securities and Regulation) Act1996

We have updated all the necessary article which are needed for the preparation for the examination. So without any delay candidates can download the Notes and Study Materials in Pdf format for free or can purchase it directly. The Study Materials will be a life savior for those who don't have time to cover the whole books. Practice all the Questions given to gain some extra confidence for facing the examination. Make sure that you share this link with your friends so that these books will be helpful for them also.

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Global Marketing ManagementYou can download the Study materials and notes for Global Marketing Management in PDF files from the official website.

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Candidates can check the official website for the Books and Study Materials for the fourth semester MBA examination. There are a lot of subjects from which you can select from. In this article, we are focusing on the subject of Global Marketing Management. You can get the Books and the Study Materials in Pdf format from the official website in a single file. The core courses in an MBA program cover various areas of business such as accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, operations, and statistics, etc. This course is intended to provide knowledge of marketing management in the international scenario.

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The method of conceptualizing and then conveying a final product or service worldwide with the hopes of reaching the international marketing community. Properglobal marketing can catapult a company to the next level if they do it correctly. This is called global Marketing Management. It is a worldwide scale adjusting or taking commercial advantage of global operational differences, similarities, and opportunities to meet global objectives. To be the best in this field, you need to have reliable knowledge about the subject. This is the first step for that. We are proving you with all the necessary books and Study Materials which will help you prepare well for your exams. We also have given the detailed syllabus of the subject so that you can adjust according to that.

MBA Global Marketing Management  Syllabus- 4th  Semester

Unit – I

The international marketing environment – Political and legal systems – Multilateral and Geographical Groupings – Culture and Business Customs – Economic and Financial dimensions.

Unit – II

Understanding the global consumer market – Scope and challenges of international marketing – Assessing international market opportunities – Marketing Research.

Unit – III

International marketing management – Planning and organization – Market entry strategies – Export, joint ventures, and direct investments.

Unit – IV

Global product management – standardization vs. differentiation – Product planning and development – Marketing industrial products and services globally – Pricing for international markets.

Unit – V

Global logistics management – International distribution systems – Global advertising and promotional strategies – Sales management – Developing marketing strategies and programs for international markets.

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Suggested Books for MBA Global Marketing Management

  • Daniels, Radebaugh & Sullivan, GLOBALIZATION, AND BUSINESS, Prentice-Hall India,
  • Kiefer Lee & Steve Carter, GLOBAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT, OU Press, 2009
  • Masaaki & Helsen, GLOBAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT, John Willey & Sons Inc, 2004
  •  Micheal R.Czinkota and IIkka A.Ronkainen, GLOBAL MARKETING, CENGAGE Learning, 2007
  • Philip R.Cateora and John L.Graham, INTERNATIONAL MARKETING, Irwin McGraw-HilL
  • R. Srinivasan, INTERNATIONAL MARKETING, Prentice-Hall India Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2008
  • Terpstra & Sarathy, INTERNATIONAL MARKETING, Thomson Press002

Frequently Asked Questions

  •  Explain the criteria for selection of channel members in international markets
  • There is a recent trend that Indian firms are becoming multinationals. Indicate possible changes in strategic marketing behavior they should follow for smooth sailing in the global market.
  • A medium-sized Indian beauty products firm is facing international competition for the first time as its government opens up its national market to foreign competitors and What are its competitive options?
  • What are the reasons for the highly positive response for the first batch of products?
  • What was the reason for the feeble response for the second batch of the product?
  •  Why Mr. Pratap failed in this project?
  • Define services. What are the characteristics of services?
  • Examine the factors influencing the decisions for having a standardized vis-à-vis customized advertisement with suitable examples. Which one would you prefer and why?
  • What are the factors influencing globalization of services?
  •  What are the challenges in the global market?
  • Explain the process of marketing communication in an international context.
  • What are the factors influencing the success of a global service firm?
  • What aspects of the marketing environment in Russia made it challenging to open Gold’s Gym?
  • Distinguish between indirect and direct marketing channels in the international market.
  •  What is the primary marketing strategy of Gold’s Gym?
  •  In what ways is a relationship perspective essential to the success of Gold’s Gym?
  • What do future marketing environment trends you think represent opportunities or threats to the success of Gold’s Gym?

All the necessary materials are updated on the official website. So without further delay candidates can download the Notes and Study Materials in Pdf format for free or you can purchase the books directly also. Make full use of the Study Materials which are given because that will be handy while preparing. Make sure that you share this link with your friends so that this will be helpful for them also.

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Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management: You can download the Study materials and notes for Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management in PDF files from the official website.

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We have updated the books and study materials for the fourth semester MBA examination. Candidates can download the Books and Study Materials in Pdf Format from the official website. In this article, we are concentrating on the subject Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management. The core courses in an MBA program cover various areas of business such as accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, operations, and statistics, etc. This subject covers essential topics such as quantitative methods of investment analysis and portfolio formation, stocks and bond analysis and valuation for investment decision making, options pricing and using as investments, asset allocation, portfolio rebalancing, and portfolio performance.

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Investment analysis and portfolio management course goal are to help entrepreneurs and practitioners to know the investments area as it is currently understood and prepared for sound investment decisions making. The course is designed to emphasize both theoretical and analytical aspects of investment decisions and deals with current investment theoretical concepts and instruments. To pass this test, we are providing you with the best books and Study Materials advised by experts, and we have also given the detailed syllabus of the subject so that you can prepare for the exam according to that.

MBA Investment Analysis and portfolio management Syllabus – 4th Semester

Unit – I

Investment – Basics of Investment – Investment, Speculation, and Gambling – Investment Categories – Investment avenues – Non-marketable Financial Assets – Money Market Instruments – Bond/Debentures – Equity Shares – Schemes of LIC – Mutual Funds – Financial Derivatives – Real Assets – Real Estate – Art – antiques and others.

Unit – II

Fundamental Security Analysis– Economic Analysis – significance and Interpretation of the Economic Indicators – Industry Analysis – Industry Growth Cycle – Company analysis – Marketing – Accounting policies – Profitability – Dividend Policy – Capital Structure – Financial Analysis – Operating Efficiency Management – Fundamental Security Analysis – Changes in the Financing Patterns of Indian Companies – Debt-Equity Ratio for India Companies.

Unit – III

Technical Analysis – Technical Tools – The Dow Theory – Primary Trend – The secondary Trend – Minor Trends – Support and Resistance Level – Indicators – Odd Lot Trading – Moving Average – Rate of Change – Charts – Technical indicators –Charting Techniques – Indicators of the Witchcraft Variety  Efficient Market Theory – Basic Concepts – Random-Walk Theory – Weak Form of EMH – Semi-strong Form – Strong Form – The Essence of the Theory – Market Inefficiencies.

Unit – IV

Portfolio Analysis – Portfolio and Single asset Returns and Risk –Mean-Variance Criterion – covariance – Beta (simple problems) – Portfolio Markowitz Model – simple Diversification – Risk and Return with Different correlation – Sharpe’s Single Index Model – Sharpe’s Optimal Portfolio – Construction of the Optimal Portfolio – Optimum Portfolio with short sales.

Unit – V

Asset Pricing Model Portfolio Evaluation – Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) – Security Market Line – Assumptions – Arbitrage Pricing Model (APT) – Portfolio Performance Models – Sharpe’s Performance Index – Treynor’s Performance Index – Jensen’s Performance Index.

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Suggested Books for MBA Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

  •  Punithavathy Pandian, SECURITY ANALYSIS, AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT, Vikas Publications Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi. 2001.
  • Kevin.S, SECURITY ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT, PHI, Delhi, 2011
  • Yogesh Maheswari, INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT, PHI, Delhi, 2011
  • Bhalla V K, INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT: SECURITY ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT, S Chand, New Delhi, 2009
  • Prasanna Chandra, PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2008
  • Avadhani, VA 2008, SECURITIES ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT, 9th edn, Himalaya Publishing House
  • Chandra, P, INVESTMENT ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT, 3rd edn, TATA McGraw Hill
  • Fischer, DE & Jordan, RJ, SECURITIES ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT, 6th edn, Pearson Education
  •  Gnanasekaran, E 2009, SECURITIES ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT, 1st edn, Lakshmi Publications

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What information do you need? What analysis will you carry out?
  • How will you communicate with the client and chief trader?
  • What are the primary assumptions of CAPM?
  •  Given an account of the various types of mutual funds available in the capital market?
  • What is the advantage of adopting the CAPM model in the portfolio management?
  • What is meant by levered portfolio? How is it constructed?
  • Explain the CAPM theory and its validity in the stock market?
  • Describe the basic arbitrage pricing theory model of two factors?
  • What are the advantages of APT over CAPM? Explain in detail.?
  •  What is meant by mutual funds? What is the advantage of professionally in the managed portfolio?
  • Distinguish between the open –end and closed-end mutual funds.
  • State the reason for the Treynor and Sharpe giving different performance ranking?
  • Disting between the security market line and capital market line?
  •  Explain the concept and process of portfolio analysis?
  • Explain the significance of covariance in the estimation of the risk of a portfolio?
  • Define the Markowitz diversifications explain the statistical method used by Markowitz to obtain the risk-reducing benefit?
  • How do the utility curves differ for risk-loving neutral and averse investors?
  • What is the simple diversification (a) will it reduce total risk (b) will it reduce unsystematic risk?
  •  Explain the Sharpe, index model? How does it differ from the Markowitz model?
  • What are the steps in the traditional approach?
  • How do you arrive at the optimum portfolio?
  • Explain the constraints in the formation of objectives?
  • What happens to the risk of a portfolio as more and more securities are added to the portfolio?

We have updated all the necessary details which are needed for the preparation of the fourth sem MBA examination. Candidates can now check the official website and download the files in pdf format of purchase the books directly. Practice all the question which are mentioned above to get a broader knowledge of the subject. Make sure that you share this link with your friends so that this can be helpful for them also.

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Service Marketing: You can download the Study materials and notes for Service Marketing in PDF files from the official website.

Service Marketing Books

The Books and Study Materials for the fourth semester MBA exam are now updated on the official website. Candidates who are on a hunt for the Books and study materials can check the official website. We have provided all the necessary books which are needed for the preparation. In this article, we are focusing on the subject Service Management.  Students who are doing MBA can make full use of these books for better understanding. The core courses in an MBA program cover various areas of business such as accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, operations, and statistics, etc. The purpose of service management is to reduce high costs by integrating products and services and keep inventory levels smaller.

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Service is a vague product that delivers utility or value to the customer. Service Management is thus a managerial discipline concentrated on a customer and a service. Service management is a multidisciplinary field which is related to many other management fields. It is marketing based on relationship and value.  There are a lot of responsibilities on the head of a Service Manager. It is a pressure job. To excel in this field, you must have a broad knowledge of it. This MBA exam is the first step for it. These books will prepare you in a way that you can get the right marks in the examination. These books cover every topic which is given in the syllabus. We also gave the detailed synopsis for Service Marketing so that you can prepare following it.

MBA Service Marketing  Syllabus- 4th  Semester

Unit – I

Marketing of Services – Introduction – Growth of the Service Sector – The Concept of Service – Characteristics of Services  Classification of Services – Designing the Service Blueprinting, Using Technology – Developing Human Resources – Building Service Aspirations.

Unit – II

Marketing mix in services marketing – The seven Ps – Product Decisions – Pricing Strategies and Tactics – Promotion of Services and Placing or Distribution Methods for Services – Additional Dimensions in Services Marketing – People, Physical Evidence and Process – Internet as a service channel.

Unit – III

Strategic Marketing Management for Services – Matching Demand and Supply through Capacity Planning and Segmentation – Internal Marketing of a Service – External versus Internal Orientation of Service Strategy.

Unit – IV

Delivering Quality Services – Causes of Service-Quality Gaps – The Customer Expectations versus Perceived Service Gap – Factors and Techniques to Resolve this Gaps in Service – Quality Standards, Factors, and Solutions – The Service Performance Gap Key Factors and Strategies for Closing the Gap – Developing Appropriate and Effective Communication about Service Quality.

Unit – V

Marketing of Services with particular reference to Financial Services – Health Services – Hospitality Services including Travel, Hotels, and Tourism – Professional Services – Public Utility Services – Communication Services – Educational Services.

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Suggested Books for MBA Service Marketing

  • Ravi Shanker, SERVICES MARKETING: THE INDIAN PERSPECTIVE, Excel Books, New Delhi, 2008
  •  Rajendra Nargundkar, SERVICES MARKETING: TEXT & CASES, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New Delhi, 2008
  •  Christopher H. Lovelock, SERVICES MARKETING: PEOPLE, TECHNOLOGY, STRATEGY, Pearson Education Asia.
  • R. Srinivasan, SERVICES MARKETING, Prentice Hall of India Private Limited, New Delhi.
  • Zcithaml, Parasuraman & Berry, DELIVERING QUALITY SERVICE, The Free Press, Macmillan. 2008
  • A. R. Hubbert, “CUSTOMER CO-CREATION OF SERVICE OUTCOMES: EFFECTS OF LOCUS OF CAUSALITY ATTRIBUTIONS”, doctoral dissertation, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, 1995.
  • Adrian Buckley, THE ESSENCE OF SERVICES MARKETING,  PRENTICE-HALL OF INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED, New Delhi, 2003.
  •  B. H. Booms and M. J. Bitner, MARKETING STRATEGIES AND ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES FOR SERVICE FIRMS, IN MARKETING OF SERVICES, ed. J. H. Donnelly and W. R. George (Chicago: American Marketing Association, 1981), pp.47-51.
  •  C. Gronroos, SERVICE MANAGEMENT, AND MARKETING, (Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1990).
  • Christopher Lovelock, and Jochen Wirtz, SERVICES MARKETING—PEOPLE, TECHNOLOGY, Strategy, Fifth Edition. Pearson Education.
  • David L.Kurtz and Kenneth E.Clow, SERVICES MARKETING, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1998.
  • Deccan Herald, Bangalore.
  • E. J. McCarthy and W. D. Perrault, BASIC MARKETING: A GLOBAL MANAGERIAL APPROACH, (Burr Ridge, IL: Richard D. Irwin, 1993).
  • ECONOMIC TIMES, 25th July 2000.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Identify a bank of India where these strategies are in vague.
  •  Suggest changes for better performance
  • What is FECL’s product? What are the tangible and intangible elements of this service product?
  •  In what way does technology influence FECL’s service quality?
  • What do you mean by services? How do services differ from products?
  •  Do you think that the classification of services helps in developing the marketing strategy better? How?
  • What are the elements of service quality for a delivery service like FECL?
  • Discuss the essential characteristics of services with suitable examples. Also, discuss what challenges they pose before service marketers.
  • Discuss the reasons for the growth of the service sector.
  • Write a detailed note on the role of the service sector in the economy. Do you think ‘physical evidence’ really matters in the marketing of services? Explain.
  • Explain the ‘process’ as one of the essential elements of the marketing mix with suitable examples.

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Rural Marketing: You can download the Study materials and notes for Rural Marketing in PDF files from the official website.

Rural Marketing Books

Candidates can download the Books and Study materials for the fourth semester MBA examination from the official website. In this article, we are concentrating on the subject Rural Market. Successful rural marketing calls for a review of the rural marketing environment, generating a proper understanding of the nature and profile of rural consumers, creating the right products to appeal to them, and adopting suitable media as well as appropriate strategies for communication and distribution.

Rural Marketing Books 2018

The Rural Marketing relates to the actions undertaken by the marketers to promote the people, living in rural areas to change their purchasing power into an adequate demand for the goods, services and making these accessible in the rural areas, with the aim to enhance their standard of living and achieving the organization’s objective. It is a two-way process. Urban to Rural and Rural to Urban. The marketers have significant responsibilities in this type of job. They have to search for the problem of rural and come up with an idea to fix that. A lot of studies is needed to be done according to this type of job. Here we are going to give you the Books and Study Materials which will help you with this. We are also providing the detailed syllabus which you can follow while studying.

MBA Rural Marketing Syllabus- 4th  Sem

Unit – I

Rural Economy – Rural-Urban disparities-policy interventions required – Rural face to Reforms – The Development exercises in the last few decades.

Unit – II

Rural Marketing – Concept and Scope – Nature of rural markets – attractiveness of rural markets – Rural Vs. Urban Marketing – Characteristics of Rural consumers – Buying decision process – Rural Marketing Information System – Potential and size of the Rural Markets.

Unit – III

Selection of Markets – Product Strategy – Product mix Decisions – Competitive product strategies for rural markets.

Unit – IV

Pricing strategy – pricing policies – innovative pricing methods for rural markets – promotion strategy – appropriate media – Designing right promotion mix – promotional
campaigns.

Unit – V

Distribution – Logistics Management – Problems encountered – a selection of appropriate channels – New approaches to reach out rural markets – Electronic couple applications.

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Suggested Books for MBA Rural Marketing

  • Balaram Dogra & Karminder Ghuman, RURAL MARKETING: CONCEPT & CASES, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New Delhi, 2008
  •  A.K. Singh & S. Pandey, RURAL MARKETING: INDIAN PERSPECTIVE, New Age International Publishers, 2007
  • CSG Krishnamacharya & Laitha Ramakrishna, – RURAL MARKETING, Pearson Education Asia. 2009
  • Philip Kotler, MARKETING MANAGEMENT, Prentice – Hall India Ltd. New Delhi
  • Agarwal A.N, INDIAN ECONOMY, Vikas Publication, New Delhi.
  • Ruddar Dutt Sundaram, INDIAN ECONOMY, Tata McGraw Hill. Publishers, New Delhi
  •  James A. Anderson AND JAMES A. NARUS AND (2004), BUSINESS MARKET MANagement, Pearson Education Asia PVT. LTD, SINGAPORE, 2004
  • RAM KISHAN Y. Rural & Agricultural marketing, JaICO PUBLISHING HOUSE, MUMBAI, 2004.
  • Risley, George, Modern Industrial Marketing, Mc Grew Hill, New York, 1970,
  • Rural Marketing, R.V. Badi & N.V.Badi, Himalaya Publishing House, 2004
  • SaLES AND DISTRIBution Management, Text and Cases, Krishna K. Havaldar & VASANT M. CAVALE, THE MC GRAW-HILL COMPANIES, 2009
  •  S Neelamegham, Marketing in India, Vikas public house ltd., Delhi, 2004.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do you agree with decision of the company to enter the rural market? Why or Why not?
  •  Evaluate the marketing plan of the company.
  • Can you suggest any further improvement in the marketing plan?
  • Trace the reason for the success of Ruf & Tuf in rural India.
  • Which other companies do you think can emulate the strategies of Arvind Mills?
  • Under what circumstances should farmers advertise their products?
  •  What are the purposes of such promotional advertisements?
  •  How should farmers know the benefits of such promotions cover their costs?
  • Discuss different types of schemes being introduced by the Indian government for reforms.
  • How the rural initiatives introduced by the government of India benefit the corporate?
  • Rural distribution is not without problems. Highlight some of the problems in rural distribution.
  • What are the recent approaches to rural distribution?

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Strategic Management: You can download the Study materials and notes for Strategic Management in PDF files from the official website.

Strategic Management Books

The Books and Study Materials for the third semester MBA examination are now updated on the official website. Candidates can get books of various subjects. In this article, we are mentioning the Books and Study Materials for Strategic Management. The core courses in an MBA program cover multiple areas of business such as accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, operations, and statistics, etc. Strategic management gives overall direction to the program and includes specifying the organization's goals, developing policies and procedures designed to achieve these goals, and then designating resources to implement the strategies.

Strategic Management Books 2018

Strategic Management is all about classification and description of the strategies that managers can carry to achieve excellent performance and a contentious advantage for their organization. An organization is said to have a competitive advantage if its profitability is higher than the average profitability for all companies in its industry. To be a Strategic Manager candidates have to go through many pressure tests and tasks. The first step of that is passing the examination for Strategic Management. We are helping the candidates to grow their confidence and prepare well for the examination. We are providing all the necessary Books and Study Materials which are required to perform well in the exam. Here we are giving the detailed syllabus so that candidates can prepare according to that.

Strategic Management syllabus- 3rd Sem

 Unit I: Strategic Planning

Strategic Context and Terminology; Definition of Strategy; Difference between policy, Strategy, and Tactic;
Difference between Long Range Planning and Strategic Planning; Characteristics of Strategic Decisions

Unit II: Different Approaches to Strategy

Introduction to Different Approaches to Strategy; Incremental and Emergent Strategies; Implicit and Explicit Strategies; Approaches to Strategic Management; Strategic Implementation; Strategic Evaluation and Control; Planning Process: Feature, Importance, and Steps; Strategic Planning Process; Strategic Planning in the Next Millennium

Unit III: Strategy Formulation: Environmental Auditing

Environmental Analysis; Environmental complexity; Pestle Analysis; Porter’s 5 Force Analysis

Unit IV: Strategy Formulation: Strategic Direction

Introduction to Understanding Business; Competitor Analysis; Boston Matrix; International Dimensions of Strategy: Growth, Stability, Profitability, Efficiency, Market Leadership, Survival, Merger, and Acquisition; Core Competence

Unit V: Strategy Formulation: The Internal Audit

Bench Marking; the Use of McKinsey’s 7S Framework; SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunities, and Threats) Analysis; Value Chain Analysis; Scope of Activities and Markets

Unit VI: Strategy Implementation

The framework of Strategic Implementation: Concept, Factors Causing Unsuccessful Implementation of Strategy.
Activation Strategy; Structural Implementation; Functional Implementation; Behavioral Implementation;
Resource Mobilization and Allocation: Finance, Human Resources, Materials, and Time

Unit VII: Strategic Evaluation and Control

Strategic Evaluation and Control: Concept, Role, and Barriers; Control Process; Techniques of Strategic
Evaluation and Control

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Suggested Books for Strategic Management

  • Exploring Corporate Strategy by Johnson & Scholes, Publishing House: Prentice Hall
  • The Strategy Process by Mint burg, Quinn, and Ghosal, Publishing House: Prentice Hall
  • Strategic Management by Ireland, Hoskisson & Hitt, Indian Edition, Cengage Learning
  • Concepts in Strategic Management & Business Policy by Thomas L. Wheelen & J. David Hunger, Pearson
  • R.Srinivasan, Strategic Management -The Indian Context,
    4th Edition, Prentice Hall of India, 2012
  • R.Srinivasan, Case Studies in Marketing – The Indian
    Context,5th Edition, Prentice Hall of India, 2012

Frequently Asked Questions

1) Discuss the nature and importance of strategic management.
2) Explain the concept of competitive advantage, and how to sustain it?
3) What is turnaround management? Explain the elements of a successful turnaround
strategy.
4) What is meant by resource allocation? Explain techniques generally employed for
allocating resources.
5) Outline the various qualitative and quantitative criteria for strategy evaluation and
control? State the problems faced by strategists while fixing those criteria.
6) Briefly discuss the development of the theory of strategic management.
7) Discuss the role of leadership in strategy implementation.
8) Case Study:
Mr. Palani, Chairman of a company just had a discussion with a group of local people. The group is known as ‘Council for EnvironmentalAction’ demanded an immediate reduction of the pollutants thrown into the air by the plants of the company. Mr.Palani had explained the company’s policy of gradual reduction of pollutants and promised to study the matter further. But the group has not satisfied and asked for another meeting in a
week time.Mr. Palani reluctantly agreed. Suggest a suitable proposal to present to the group at the next meeting to convince it totally.

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M.Tech: You can download the Study materials and notes for M.Tech for all semesters in PDF files from the official website.

M.Tech Books For All Semester

The books and study materials for M.tech are now available on the official website. Candidates who are in a hunt for the books and study materials for M.Tech can check the official website. M.Tech stands for  Master of Technology Master of Technology (M.Tech) is a post graduate degree that engineers can opt for. It forms an extension of an engineer's graduate education and provides him with an opportunity for practical implementation of engineering knowledge.

M.Tech Books 2018

M. Tech is among the universal accepted post-graduate degree program being offered by all top-rated universities and colleges. M. Tech (Master of Technology)  is one of the highly popular and credible postgraduate programs in respective discipline. M. Tech Course can be Applicable from many universities of India offer master in technology in varied fields of technology and science. We have provided the best books and study materials for you so that it will be easier for you to prepare for the exam. Masters of Technology course is two years, and  It is the higher technoscientific course in the field of engineering. The semester System can be followed in the test of Four with Practical on Respective subjects.

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Download B.Tech Study Material & Notes for 1st Year, 2nd Year in Pdf Download Links
Advanced Control Systems  Download
Analog Electronics Circuit  Download 
Control Systems  Download 
Digital Switching and Telecommunication Network  Download
Electrical and Electronics Measurement  Download 
Managerial Economics  Download
Product Design  Download 
Non-Conventional Energy Sources  Download 
Data Mining  Download 
Power Plant Engineering  Download 
Signal and System  Download
Estimation, Costing & Professional Practice  Download 
Network Theory  Download 
Knitting  Download 
English Communication Skills  Download 
Fundamentals of Biomedical Engineering  Download 
Organizational Behaviour  Download
Engineering Economics and Costing  Download 
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Specialization Courses

  • Aerodynamics
  •  Dynamics & Control
  •  Aerospace Propulsion
  •  Aerospace Structures
  •  Systems Design and Engineering
  •  Aerospace Propulsion
  •  Structural Analysis
  •  Electronic Systems
  •  Ground Vehicle Systems
  •  Transportation Systems
  •  Aerodynamics and Fluid Dynamics
  •  Aircraft Structures and Materials
  •  Structural Design and Engineering
  •  Instrumentation And Communication
  •  Navigational Guidance and Control Systems

M.Tech Reference Books & Authors for All Semesters

  • Transport Phenomena, R. B. Bird, W. E. Stewart, and E.N. Lightfoot, John Wiley, 1960.
  • Transport Phenomena – A Unified Approach, R.S. Brodkey, and H.C. Hershey, McGraw Hill, 1988.
  • Momentum, Heat and Mass transfer, C.O. Bennet and J.E. Myers, McGraw Hill, 1993.
  • Gajaria G.T., Laws Relating to Building and Engineering Contracts in India,
  •  Jimmie Hinze, Construction Contracts, McGraw Hill, 2001.
  • Jack Meredith & Samuel Mantel, Project Management: A managerial approach, Wiley India
  • Thomas N. Huckin and Leslie A. Olsen, Technical Writing and Professional Communication for Non-native Speakers of
    English; Tata McGraw Hills, International Edition, 1991.
  • Jeff Butterfield, Soft Skills for Everyone, Cengage Learning India Private Limited,2010.
  • Cormen, Leiserson, Rivest, “Introduction to Algorithms,” McGraw Hill.
  • Aho, Hopcroft, Ullman, ” The Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms,” Addison Wesley.
  • Papoulis, S. Pillai, Probability, Random Variables and Stochastic Processes, Tata McGraw Hill
  • T Veerajan, Probability, Statistics, and Random Processes
  • R.P.Singh, S.D. Sapre, Communication Systems, Analog &Digital

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Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, And Governance: You can download the Study materials and notes for Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, And Governance in PDF files from the official website.

Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, And Governance Books

We inform the third semester MBA students that the notes and Study materials for Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Governance are now available on the official website. The notes and Study materials are available as download links in pdf format. Candidates can easily download the notes and start preparing for the exam. The core courses in an MBA program cover various areas of business such as accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, operations, and statistics, etc.

Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, And Governance Books 2018

These are the various subject of the third semester of MBA. Here we provide the books, study materials, essential reference books and all the necessary thing which are needed for you to prepare for your examination. We have gathered the best authors and their books so that candidate does not need to go in search of the books. Also, we are providing Short study notes which can be a life savior for those who cannot completely cover the whole book. This notes can be beneficial for you on the go. There will be no barriers, and you can prepare from anyplace any time you want.

MBA Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Governance – 3rd Sem

UNIT I

INTRODUCTION
Definition & nature Business ethics, Characteristics, Ethical theories; Causes of unethical behavior; Ethical abuses; Work ethics; Code of conduct; Public good.

UNIT II

ETHICS THEORY AND BEYOND

Management of Ethics – Ethics analysis [ Hosmer model ]; Ethical dilemma; Ethics in practice- ethics for managers; Role and function of ethical managers- the Comparative ethical behavior of managers; Code of ethics; Competitiveness, organizational size, profitability, and ethics; Cost of ethics in Corporate ethics evaluation. Business and ecological/environmental issues in the Indian context and case studies.

UNIT III

LEGAL ASPECTS OF ETHICS

Political-legal environment; Provisions of the Indian constitution of Business; Political setup – significant characteristics and their implications for business; Prominent features of MRTP &
FERA. Social-cultural context and their impact on business operations, Salient elements of Indian culture and values. 30

UNIT IV

ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS

Economic Environment; Philosophy of economic growth and its implications for business, Main features of Economic Planning concerning business; Industrial policy and framework of government contract over Business; Role of the chamber of commerce and Confederation of Indian Industries.

UNIT V

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND GOVERNANCE

Definition- Evolution- Need for CSR; Theoretical perspectives; Corporate citizenship; Business practices; Strategies for CSR; Challenges and implementation; Evolution of corporate governance; Governance practices and regulation; Structure and development of boards; Role of capital market and government; Governance ratings; Future of governance- innovative methods; Case studies with lessons learnt.

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Suggested Books for Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Governance

  • S.A. Sherlekar, Ethics in Management, Himalaya Publishing House, 2009.
  • William B. Werther and David B. Chandler, Strategic corporate social responsibility, Sage Publications Inc., 2011
  •  Robert A.G. Monks and Nell Minow, Corporate governance, John Wiley and Sons, 2011.
  •  W.H. Shaw, Business Ethics, Cengage Learning, 2007.
  • Beesley, Michel and Evens, Corporate Social Responsibility, Taylor and Francis, 1978.
  • Philip Kotler and Nancy Lee, Corporate social responsibility: doing the best for the company and your cause, Wiley, 2005.
  • Subhabrata Bobby Banerjee, Corporate social responsibility: the good, the bad and the ugly, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007.
  • Satheesh Kumar, Corporate Governance, Oxford University, Press, 2010.
  • Business environment Francis Cherumlam Himalaya Publishing House.
  • Shaikh Sallcm (Business environment) peason 2nd ed.
  • National Commission on corporate Governance – SEBI & Mermtry of Corporate Affairs.
  • Baumol, W. J. (1959), “Business Behaviour, Value & Growth,” New York, Macmillan.
  •  Baumol, W. J. (1970), “Enlightened self-interest and corporate philanthropy” in “A New Rationale for Corporate Social Policy,” Committee for Economic Development, NY.
  •  Beesley, M. & Littlechild, S. (1994), “Privatization: Principles and Priorities” in Bishop, M., J. Kay & C. Mayer (eds.), “Privatization and Economic Performance.”
  • Bishop, M., J. Kay & C. Mayer (Eds.) (1994), “Privatization and Economic Performance,” Oxford University Press.
  • Boyd, C. (1990) in Enderle, G, Almond, B., & Argandoña, A. (Eds.), “People in Corporations. Ethical Responsibilities and Corporate Effectiveness”. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht

Frequently Asked Questions

  •  Describe the meaning and your understanding of corporate Governance especially in Indian Context.
  • Enumerate the best Corporate Governance practices in major economies.
  •  Explain the evolution of corporate Governances in India.
  • Describe the role, responsibilities and the evaluation of the board of directors of a company.
  •  Interpret transparency and accountability in terms of Corporate Governance.
  • Describe the regulatory framework of Corporate Governance in India.
  • Why present corporate Governance systems emphasize the role of audit committees, and their independence and also the role of independent directors?
  • Would the increased role of independent directors in the future generate a conflict with companies managerial control?
  • What do you understand by the concept of Corporate Socia responsibility?
  •  Do you believe it to be an important part of the core business strategy? If yes, elucidate with examples.
  •  What are the inherent and perceived benefits from Corporate Social Responsibility?
  •  Highlight the importance of CSR with the help of examples.
  • Critically analyze the concept of CSR.
  • Discuss the various approach and models for corporate social responsibility.
  •  Explain the issues of concern in regard to the corporate social responsibility as a strategic move.
  • What do you understand by the following?
    a. Corporate citizenship
    b. Corporate social performance
    c. Corporate social responsiveness

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Management Information Systems: You can download the Study materials and notes for Management Information Systems in PDF files from the official website.

Management Information Systems Books

The notes and study materials for second semester MBA examination are updated on the official website. The primary subject we are focusing on is Management Information System. A management information system (MIS) is a computerized database of business information organized and calculated in such a way that it provides regular reports on operations for every level of management in an organization. It is usually also possible to obtain individual reports from the system efficiently.

Management Information Systems Books 2018

Management Information Systems (MIS) is the knowledge of people, technology, and organizations. MIS broadly refers to a computer-based system that provides managers with the tools to organize, evaluate and efficiently manage departments within an organization.  The role of the MIS manager is to focus on the organization's information and technology systems. The MIS manager typically analyzes business problems and then designs and maintains computer applications to solve the organization's problems.

MBA Management Information Systems syllabus – 2nd Sem

1.Information System in Business:

Introduction to Information System; System Concepts; System & Sub System; The  System Feedback; Types of
Information System; Applications; System Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

2.Managing Data Resources:

Introduction; Organizing Data in a Traditional File Environment; Data Base Management System; Data Base
Environment; The range of Data Base Applications; Integration of Information; Role of Enterprise Resource
Planning (ERP); Customer Relationship Management; Work Group Integration; Integration of Different
Systems; Information System Organizations & Business Processes.

3.Management of Information Systems, Technology, and Strategy:

The Technology: Computer and Computer Processing; Role of Information Technology in Organization;
Information System and Strategy; Strategic Analysis.

4.End User Computing (EUC):

Introduction; End User Computing Tools; End User Systems Tools; The Information Center, Office
Automation; Office Information System (OIS); Aspect of OIS; Applications of Office Automation.

5.Electronic Communication System:

Electronic Conference; Introduction to Networks; Network Basics; LAN Basics; Internet Working; ISDN Basics; Network; Electronic Meeting Systems; Electronic Discussions; The Electronic Publishing; Management.

6.Business Telecommunications:

Telecommunication and Network; The Internet and World Wide Web (WWW); E-Business; Applications on EBusiness;
Transaction Process System (TPS); Operational Information Systems

7.Tactical and Strategic Level Information Systems:

Introduction; Tactical Accounting and Financial Information Systems; Tactical Marketing Information
Systems; Strategic Marketing Information Systems; Strategic Production Information Systems; Tactical Human
Resource Information Systems; Strategic Human Resource Information Systems; Managing Knowledge in the
Organization.

8.Enterprise Information System (EIS):

Use of Information systems in Various Business Processes; Role of IS in Cross-Functional Systems and EIS;

9.Information Systems for Managerial Decision Support and Strategic Advantage:

Information, Management, and Decision Making; Decision Support Systems (DSS); Group Support Systems;
Executive Support Systems

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Suggested Books for MBA Management Information Systems

  •  MBA Management Information Systems by Jaiswal and Mittal, Oxford University Press
  •  Decision Support Systems and Intelligent Systems by Turban and Aronson, Pearson Education Asia
  • Management Information Systems by C.S.V.Murthy
  •  Management Information Systems by Laudon, Laudon, Dass, Pearson Education Asia.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why is it important to understand the difference between Computer Literacy and Information Literacy?
  •  What are the three elements of an Information System that managers must consider?
  •  What are some of the factors managers must consider when considering changes in technology?
  •  What are some of the new roles Information Systems are playing in organizations?
  • Explain the concept of systems and its components.
  • Analyze the business as a system and identify the components of a business system
  • Explain the different types of information systems
  • Discuss the characteristics of information systems in various levels of the organization
  • Explain the system approach in Problem Solving
  •  What are the Phases of System Development Life Cycle?
  • What activities occur during the problem definition phase of the system development life cycle?
  •  Why is system maintenance a large percentage of the lifespan of an information system?
  • What are the main advantages and disadvantages of In-house system development?
  • Explain the various stages of the System Development.
  • Write an essay about the various approaches in System Development.

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