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Here, we have provided the links which contains the study materials which will help you in studying and preparing for your examinations of the GATE Mathematics. Referring to the links we’ve provided below and the links which contains the study materials in PDF Format along with the list of recommended books which we’ve provided below, you will be able to ace your examinations. We have also provided you the further details which will allow you to do well in your exams and learn more. These study materials help you understand the concepts and everything easily and creates a better space for you to work on. These study materials give you the best resources to study from.

More About GATE 2020

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering in a National Level Examination which is used to test a candidate’s performing skills along with their understanding capability. Acing this test will provide the students an easier path to admissions in M.M/M.MTech and other NITs which is throughout India. The GATE exam provides easier access to the seven IITs (Indian Institute of Technology) and IISc (Indian Institute of Science) which is done on behalf of National Coordination Board – GATE. Department of Higher Education, Ministry of HR Development (MHRD), Government of India.

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The Engineering Mathematics is a combination of mathematical theory, practical engineering and scientific computing. This subject is a creative and exciting discipline, with spanning traditional boundaries. In order to prepare for GATE exam, the recommended books mentioned below along with the links provided below which allows you to download the study materials which will help you ace the exams.

Recommended books for GATE MA – Mathematics

Verbal and numerical ability:

  • General Aptitude: Quantitative Aptitude & Reasoning – G.K Publications
  • Objective English for Competitive Examination 5th Ed – Hari Mohan Prasad
  • Solved papers on verbal and numerical ability – Made Easy Team

Engineering Mathematics books for GATE

  1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics – RK Jain, SRK Iyengar
  2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics – HK Dass
  3. Advanced Engineering Mathematics – Erwin Kreyszig
  4. Engineering Mathematics solved papers – Made easy publications
  5. Engineering and Mathematics general aptitude – G.K Publications
  6. GATE Engineering and Mathematics – Nodia and company
  7. Higher Engineering Mathematics – Bandaru Ramana
  8. Higher Engineering Mathematics – B.S. Grewal

Mathematics GATE Reference Books 2020

SubjectBook TitleAuthor
Linear AlgebraLinear AlgebraSeymour Lipschutz, Marc Lipson
Linear Algebra and its applicationsGilbert Strang
Complex AnalysisComplex AnalysisGamelin
Complex analysis for mathematics and engineeringJ. H. Mathews
Foundations of complex analysisS. Ponnusamy
Real AnalysisReal AnalysisRoyden H.L., Fitzpatrick P. M
Introduction to Real analysisDonald R. Sherbert Robert G. Bartle
Elements of Real AnalysisShanti Narayan, M D Raisinghania
Ordinary Differential EquationsOrdinary Differential EquationsPurna Chandra Biswal
An introduction to Ordinary Differential EquationsEarl A. Coddington
Ordinary and Partial Differential EquationsM. D. Raisinghania
Partial Differential EquationsOrdinary and Partial Differential EquationsM. D. Raisinghania
Elements of Partial Differential EquationsIan N. Sneddon
Introduction to Partial Differential EquationsSankara Rao
 AlgebraTopics in AlgebraI. N. Herstein
Linear AlgebraIan N. Sneddon, Seymour Lipschutz, Marc Lipson
Functional AnalysisFunctional AnalysisRudin
Introductory Functional Analysis with ApplicationsErwin Kreyszig
Numerical AnalysisNumerical AnalysisFrancis Scheid
Introductory Methods of Numerical AnalysisSastry S. S.
Numerical Methods-Principles, Analysis & AlgorithmsSrimanta Pal
MechanicsClassical MechJohn Safko, Charles P. Poole Herbert Goldstein,
Engineering MechanicsS S Bhavikatti
TopologyTopologyJames R. Munkres
Introduction to Topology and Modern AnalysisS S Bhavikatti
Probability and StatisticsProbability and StatisticsJohn J. Schiller
Introduction to probability and statistics for engineers and scientistsSheldon M. Ross
Probability, Random Variables and Stochastic ProcessesS Pillai, Athanasios Papoullis
Linear ProgrammingLinear ProgrammingG. Hadley, J.G Chakraborty & P. R. Ghosh
Linear Programming And Network FlowsMokhtar S. Bazaraa John J. Jarvis Hanif D. Sherali
Calculus of Variation And Integral EquationsAn Introduction to the Calculus of VariationsPars
Calculus of VariationsGelfand, I. M. Gelfand, Wendy Ed. Silverman
Integral Transforms, Integral Equations, and Calculus Of VariationsP. C. Bhakta

Here, you can find the study materials which will help you prepare for your exams of the APPSC Group 1 Preparation Notes in English and Telugu. Study materials which we provide help you study well and prepare yourselves to ace your exams by providing you the best choice of knowledge and information after checking into the syllabus and previous examination papers. Links which will help you to download the study materials have been provided below in a tabular form. Links which will lead you to download the study materials will make it easy for you to download the preparation notes.

More About APPSC

The A.P.Public Service Commission was initiated in the year 1956 on November 1st, along with the formation of the State of Andhra Pradesh. The Andhra Public Service Commission had been working with a Chairman along with two members. As workload increased, government advanced the strength of the Commission to Chairman as well as 5 members in the year 1981 and then in the future it was changed to Chairman and 7 members in the year 1983. Go through the website psc.ap.gov.in to know more about APPSC Group 1 examinations.

Group 1 Selection Process

  • Preliminary Written Examination (Screening Test)
  • Main Exam
  • Interview

Qualification

  1. Bachelor’s Degree from any recognized university in India.
  2. Higher preference goes to 1.A Post Graduate Degree in Law 2. P.G. Degree in Social Work with specialization in Labour Welfare and Personnel Management or Industrial Labour Relations

Exam Pattern

APPSC Group I Prelims Exam Pattern

Exam TypeSubjectQuestionsMarksDuration
Objective TypeGeneral Studies & Mental Ability1501501 Hours 30 Minutes

APPSC Group I Mains Exam Pattern

S. NoExam TypePapersMarks
1.Conventional TypeGeneral English150 Marks
1.Descriptive Type TestPaper I150
2.II150
3.III150
4.IV150
5.V150
Total 750 Marks
                   Interview75 Marks
                          Total825

Group 1 Exam Syllabus (English)

Paper-I (150 Marks)

  • General Essay

Paper-II  (150 Marks)

  •  History and Cultural Heritage of India with Emphasis on 20th Century History of India.
  •  Social History of Andhra Pradesh i.e., the history of various social and cultural movements in Andhra Pradesh
  • General overview of the Indian Constitution

Paper-III  (150 Marks)

  • Planning in India & Indian Economy
  •  Land Reforms and social changes in Andhra Pradesh after Independence
  •  Andhra Pradesh Economy present status, its strengths, and weaknesses

Paper-IV  (150 Marks)

  • The Role and Impact of Science & Technology in the development of India with emphasis on the applied aspects
  • General awareness of the modern trends in life sciences.
  • Development and environmental problems

Paper-V  (150 Marks)

Data appreciation and Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, and Problem-solving

  •  Data analysis and Interpretation of diagrammatic data
  •  Logical Reasoning & Quantitative Aptitude and
  •  Passage Analysis

For more Information on the syllabus go for below links as you can refer to section wise in the exam of GROUP 1 English

Group 1 Syllabus (Telugu)

By this Link, you can get the Group 1 syllabus in Telugu.

Reference Books for APPSC Group 1

Book TitleMedium of BookAuthor NameBook Cost
APPSC Group-1 Mains General English Qualifying paperTeluguVijeta competitions editorial boardRs.450
APPSC Group-I Mains Paper-1 GENERAL ESSAYS PaperbackEnglishE.Suresh Reddy, A. Usha RaniRs.334
APPSC Group-I Mains Paper-1 GENERAL ESSAYS  TeluguSodum Rammohan and E Suresh Reddy  Rs.339
Andhra Pradesh GEOGRAPHY for group 1EnglishVijeta competitions editorial boardRs.150

APPSC Group 1 Exam

Notifications, Place of Centre, other details such as answer key, results, online registration form and other details are going to be available on the official website of APPSC.

Here below we have provided the downloading links which will redirect you to the downloading section where you can download the required books, notes, lecture notes and other study materials which you may need for MBA 4th Semester Rural Marketing subject. And this version is the 2020 version which is the latest updated version so you can prepare for your upcoming examinations using this download links. In MBA, the core courses are Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, Operations and Statistics, etc.

MBA Rural Marketing Study Materials Notes

The marketing concept can be described as the process of defining, anticipating and knowing customer needs as well as organizing every resource of the company in order to satisfy every customer. To be honest, the satisfaction that a customer gets are going to be providing rationale with the motive of sustaining the firm’s existence. There are a lot of advantages and disadvantages in rural marketing similar to the knowledge of consumer behavior. This is why, it is vital for a firm to achieve their marketing goals.

Every behavior of a company’s consumers includes the acts, processes as well as social relationships that are exhibited by individuals, groups and organizations in the process of searching, obtaining, using, gaining experience with products and experiences. In this case, a good understanding as well as knowledge of motives that which are a part of underlying consumer behavior that plays a role in seeking better and effective ways with the motive of satisfying customers. This helps to choose appropriate sales as well as advertising strategies with the motive to plan marketing programs in a very efficient way.

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Rural marketing book pdfDownload
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Recommended Books and Authors

  • 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.
  • 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.

Syllabus of MBA 4th Semester Rural Marketing

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 – the 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 to rural markets – Electronic couple applications.

Important Questions

  • How the rural initiatives introduced by the government of India benefit the corporate?
  • Can you suggest any further improvement in the marketing plan?
  • Rural distribution is not without problems. Highlight some of the problems in rural distribution.
  • What are the recent approaches to rural distribution?
  • Do you agree with the decision of the company to enter the rural market? Why or Why not?
  •  Evaluate the marketing plan of the company.
  • 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.
  • Trace the reason for the success of Ruf & Tuf in rural India.

You can find the complete guide, notes, lecture notes and textbook study materials on the MBA 4th Semester 2020 BOOKPDF. You can find other study materials whichever are relevant to your studies such as guides, textbooks, notes, lecture notes and similar study materials which will help you in your studies. The main important courses in the MBA are accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, operations as well as statistics. Below we have provided the PDF Format of 4th semester MBA Compensation Management requisite notes and other study materials.

Compensation Management 4th Semester MBA Notes

The Compensation talks about a various and generous range of financial as well as non-financial rewards which are given to the employees in a company, or an organization which is usually paid in the form of wages, salaries as well as employee benefits, etc. Payments of money as rewards are a direct form of compensation for the work that an employee does and are paid as paid leave, paid vacation, insurance maternity leave, free travel facility, retirement benefits, etc. This has a very motivating effect on the employees. Every system of compensation needs to be designed such that,

  • The employees who are capable and eligible are attracted towards the company.
  • Existing employees perform better by getting motivated.
  • Reduces employee - turnover.

Study Materials BOOKPDF Compensation Management MBA 4th Semester

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Compensation Management books free downloadDownload
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Compensation Management Question PaperDownload
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Recommended authors and books

  • Chappra T.N. (2006) ESSENTIALS OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, Dhanpat Rai and Company Delhi.
  • Fisher, Cynthia D, Schoenfeldt Lyle F. Shaw James. B (2004) HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, Biztantra, New Delhi p.543.
  • Flippo, Edwin B. (1989), PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT, Mc-Graw-Hill, Tokyo.
  •  Gupta. C.B. (2005): HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, Sultan Chand Publishers, New Delhi
  • Khan, S.M. “EFFECT OF LIKING SYNDROME ON COMPENSATION NEED SATISFACTION” Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 38 (2) Oct.2002, 199-210.
  • Mathis, Robert L. and Jackson Jphn. H (2003), HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, Thomson South Western, Australia
  • Dewakar Goel, PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL, AND COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT, PHI Learning, New Delhi.
  • Richard.I. Henderson, COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT IN A KNOWLEDGE-BASED WORLD, Prentice Hall India, New Delhi.
  •  Richard Thrope & Gill Homen, STRATEGIC REWARD SYSTEMS, Prentice Hall India, New Delhi.
  • Michael Armstrong & Helen Murlis, HANDBOOK OF REWARD MANAGEMENT, Crust Publishing House.
  • Bhatia S.K.(2003), NEW COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT IN CHANGING ENVIRONMENT, Deep and Deep, Publishers, New Delhi.

Syllabus of MBA Compensation Management 4th Semester

Unit – I

Compensation – Definition – Compensation Responsibilities – Compensation System Design Issues – Compensation Philosophies – Compensation Approaches

Unit – II

Compensation Classification – Types – Incentives – Fringe Benefits – Strategic Compensation Planning – Determining Compensation – The wage Mix – Development of Base Pay Systems – The Wage Curve – Pay Grades – Salary Matrix – Compensation as a Retention Strategy.

Unit – III

Theories of Wages – Wage Structure – Wage Fixation – Wage Payment – Salary Administration – Executive Compensation – Incentive Plans – Team Compensation – Gain Sharing Incentive Plan – Enterprise Incentive Plan – Profit Sharing Plan- ESOPs – Compensation Management in Multi-National organizations.

Unit – IV

Methods of Rewarding of Sales Personnel – Pay – Commission – Pay and Commission – Performance-Based Pay Systems – Incentives – Executive Compensation Plan and Packages – Perceptions of Pay Fairness – Legal Constraints on Pay Systems.

Unit – V

Wage Boards – Pay Commissions – Employee Benefits – Benefits Need Analysis – Funding Benefits – Benchmarking Benefit Schemes – Employee Benefit Programmes – Security Benefits – Creating a Work-Life Setting – Designing Benefit Packages

Important Questions

  •  How the act of social security laws of India works both in organized sectors and unorganized sectors of industry in India?
  • Explain the different types of Social Security available in India.
  •  Define Employees Benefit Programme
  • What are the reasons behind in offering the Employees Benefits Programme?
  • What do you mean by social security? Discuss its importance and scope in the modern industry?
  •  
  • Critically examine the options available to the organization to make effective work-life balance
  •  Discuss the steps in designing work-life balance
  •  What are the different misperceptions made these days by the employer about work-life balance?
  • Enumerate the Government of India Initiatives on Social Security Benefits.
  • Discuss the social security coverage in India and explain the advantages and disadvantages of this scheme.
  • What are social security measures that have been initiated by the Government of India?
  • Discuss the different components of Employee Benefit Programmes
  • Critically examine the reason for the Growth of Employees Benefits
  • Enumerate the steps in Planning and Designing of Employees Benefit Programmes
  • Define employees benefit program and discuss the issues faced by the Employees Benefit Programme
  • Explain the concept of social security and discuss its dynamic nature.
  •  Write a note on the following:
    a) Objectives of Social security
    b) Social assistance
    c) Group Life Insurance
    d) Retirement Benefits
  • Define work-life balance
  • What are the factors taken into consideration while designing work-life balance?
  • Define work-life balance. What will be the impact if there is no work-life balance in the organization?
  • Define social security benefits to employees
  • Bring out the historical background of social security laws of India
  • Define Wage board and critically examine the role of the wage board
  •  Critically examine the pay commission role in fixation of employees compensation over the period
  • Enumerate the special features of six pay commission
  • Six Pay Commission – Discuss the anomalies
  •  Why World Bank criticized the 6th pay commission of India

The LLB Course which stands for Bachelor of Legislative Law is a prevalent course in the country of legal law education offered by many universities in India. The links which will lead you to the study materials downloading in your files. For every semester such as 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th, the study materials which will help them attend their examination with confidence and good legislature, the links have been provided below.

Syllabus and Structure of LLB Course for 3 years

The Bachelor of Legislative Law course has been having a number of two options in order to pursue an undergraduate law degree, one of which is a 3-year course which needs an eligibility of graduation. The other one is a 5-year integrated course which is for students who have passed 10+2. It is the traditional law course that has been offered by Indian Universities with the duration of three years.

Syllabus of LLB

1st SEM

  • Labour Law
  • Family Law – I
  • Crime
  • Law of Contract- I

 Optional Papers (Any One)

  • Trust
  • Women & Law
  • Criminology
  • International Economics Law

2nd SEM

  • Family Laws II
  • Law of Tort & Consumer Protection Act
  • Constitutional Law
  • Professional Ethics

3rd SEM

  • Law of Evidence
  • Arbitration, Conciliation & Alternative
  • Human Rights & International Law
  • Environmental Law

4th SEM

  • Property Law including the transfer of Property Act
  • Jurisprudence
  • Practical Training – Legal Aid
  • Law of Contract II

Optional Papers (Anyone)

  • Comparative Law
  • Law of Insurance
  • Conflict of Laws
  • Intellectual Property Law

5th SEM

  • Civil Procedure Code (CPC)
  • Interpretation of Statutes
  • Legal Writing
  • Land Laws including ceiling and other local laws
  • Administrative Law

6th SEM

  • Code of Criminal  Procedure
  • Company Law
  • Practical Training – Moot Court
  • Practical Training II – Drafting

Optional Papers (Anyone)

  • Investment & Securities Law
  • Law of Taxation
  • Cooperative Law
  • Banking Law including Negotiable Instruments Act

Specialization Courses in LLB

  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Code of Civil Procedure
  • Political Science
  • Contracts
  • Law of Evidence
  • Environmental Law
  • Human Rights & International Law
  • Legal Writing
  • Criminology
  • Banking Law
  • Law of Taxation
  • Legal Methods
  • Litigation Advocacy
  • Family Law
  • Administrative Law

LLB Books and notes PDF Download

Download LLB Study Material & Notes for 1st Year, 2nd Year, 3rd Year in PdfDownload Links
Indian Legal SystemDownload
Principles of Contract LawDownload
Law of TortsDownload
Family LawDownload
Constitution  LawDownload
Labour LawDownload
Partnership case lawDownload
Taxation Case LawDownload
International LawDownload
Evidence LawDownload
Property LawDownload
Limitation Case LawDownload

Recommended Books and Authors for All LLB Semesters

  • Mulla – Principles of Hindu Law
  • Pollock and Mulla – Indian Contract Act
  • Anson – Law of Contract
  • Avtar Singh, Law of Contracts
  • Pollock & Mulla, Indian Contract Act
  • Seervai H.M. Constitutional Law of India, Bombay: N. M. Tripathi Pvt. Ltd., 1996, 3vols
  • Winfield and Jolowicz, Tort London: Sweet and Maxwell
    Hepple and Mathews, Tort: Cases and Materials, London: Butter worths
  • Baxi Upendra and Danda Amita, Valiant victims and Lethal Litigation-The
  • Bhopal Case, 1990 Bombay M Tripathi Pvt., Ltd., 1990
    Salmond, On Torts.
  • John D. Mayne – Hindu Law Usages
  • Shukla V.N., Constitution of India, Lucknow: Eastern Book Co., 1995, 9th Ed.

You can download from the data given below the study materials that you would require as a student to pass the examination of B.Arch in all the semesters – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Years all Semesters. The details of B.Arch along with the study materials of different types – Notes, texts, lecture notes and other files have been provided below in PDF Format. The Bachelor of Architecture is a course that develops the students in skills such as drawing, writing, exploration of the topic that has been given, and other architectural presentation. You can download the required files and details from the links provided below in PDF Format.

B.Arch Course Structure and Syllabus

Details on the list of courses which are coming under B.Arch has been provided below. The Bachelor of Architecture is a 5 year long course which is an undergraduate level degree program. In this course, the academic program consists of a mixture of class room lectures, studio practical sessions and practical training. The details of this course along with books and notes of subjects have been provided below semester wise.

Subjects in B.Arch Syllabus

  • Architectural appreciation
  • Design Applications
  • Training
  • Thesis Project
  • Building Management
  • History of architecture
  • Architectural Drawing
  • Computer & Software Lab
  • Workshop Practice
  • Architecture Design
  • Building construction
  • Theory of Structures

B.Arch Specialization Course

  • Environment/Sustainability
  • Graphic Design
  • Housing
  • Architectural Design
  • Art and Design
  • Building Information Modeling
  • Building Technology
  • Engineering
  • Building Technology
  • Community Design
  • Computer-Aided Design

B.Arch Syllabus Semester-Wise

B.Arch First Year Syllabus

Semester One

  • Architectural Design I
  • Fundamentals of Design Communication
  • Architecture: Culture and Community
  • General Education Seminar
  • Contemporary Precalculus, or General Education

 Semester Two

  • Architectural Design I
  • World History of Architecture
  • Physics for Architects
  • Writing and Critical Reasoning-Thematic Approaches

B.Arch Second Year Syllabus

Semester One

  • Architectural Design II
  • Building Structures and Seismic Design
  • World History of Architecture
  • General Education

 Semester Two

  • Architectural Design II
  • Materials and Methods of Building Construction
  • Building Structures and Seismic Design
  • General Education

B.Arch Third Year Syllabus

Semester One

  • Design for the Thermal and Atmospheric Environment
  • Architectural Design III
  • Design of Building Structures
  • History of Architecture: Contemporary Issues

Semester Two

  • Architectural Design III
  • Design for the Luminous and Sonic Environment
  • Architectural Technology
  • General Education

B.Arch Fourth Year Syllabus

 Semester One

  • Architectural Design IV
  • Advanced Writing
  • Electives
  • General Education

Semester Two

  • Architectural Design IV
  • Professional Practice: Pre-Design, Project and Office Administration
  • Architecture History Elective
  • Electives

B.Arch Fifth Year Syllabus

 Semester One

  • Comprehensive Architectural Design
  • Critical Topics in Architecture
  • Electives

Semester Two

  • Architectural Design V
  • Professional Practice: Legal & Economic Context, Project Documentation
  • Electives

Download B.Arch Books and Notes PDF Format

Download B.Arch Notes for 1st Year, 2nd Year, 3rd Year in PdfDownload Links
Architecture Design NotesDownload
Architecture Design NotesDownload
Mathematics and HistoryDownload

Recommended Authors and Books for every semester

  • The Art of Building in the Classical World: Vision, Craftsmanship, and Linear Perspective in Greek and Roman Architecture by John R. Senseney
  • Architecture Entrance Book By P.K.Mishra
  • B Arch Exam Guide By Pk Mishra
  • NATA/AIEE B.Arch. Question Bank-2011
  • Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning Book By R.S. Agarwal.
  • Environmental Control Systems: Heating, Cooling, Lighting by Fuller Moore Architect’s
  • A Complete Self Study Guide For B. Arch Entrance Examinations Of Arihant Book
  • Precedents in Architecture: Analytic Diagrams, Formative Ideas, and Partis by Roger H. Clark and Michael Pause
  • Professional Practice Manual (Professional Architecture) by James Franklin
  • Statics and Strength of Materials for Architecture and Building Construction by Barry Inouye and Kevin Kane
  • The Architecture of the Italian Renaissance by Peter Murray

Top Colleges for B.Arch Courses

  • National Institute of Technology or NITs
  • Punjab University, Chandigarh
  • School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi
  • Government College of Architecture, Lucknow
  • Indian Institute Of Technology, Roorkee
  • Jadavpur University
  • School Of Planning & Architecture
  • Sir J.J.College Of Architecture
  • TVB School Of Habitat Studies
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
  • Rai University, Raipur

Here we have provided you the links to download the study materials, lecture notes, textbooks of accounting MBA 1ST Semester. The core courses which come under a MBA 1ST Semester are Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, Operations and Statistics. The lecture notes based on Accounting MBA 1St Semester can be downloaded and studied easily along with the rest of the study materials which has been provided below such as text books, lecture notes as well as notes in the pdf format for easy access. The download links to the books have been provided below. You can also find further details regarding recommended authors and books, review questions as well as further details have been mentioned below.  

MBA Accounting 1ST Semester Managers pdf 

Are you aware of what accounting means to managers? Called the language of business, accounting is a certain designation which is applied to accounting since it is recognized as the method of communicating in business information. In order to acquaint the students with fundamental principles of financial, cost and management accounting, with the motive of enabling students to prepare, analyze and interpret financial statements in order to enable students to take decisions by using management accounting tools. 

MBA 1st Semester Accounting for Managers Notes 

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Recommended Authors and Books for MBA 1ST Semester Accounting for Managers 

  • Jelsy Josheph Kuppapally, ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS, PHI, delhi, 2010. 
  • P.Das Gupta: Studies In Cost Accounting, Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi. 
  • Jain & Narang: Advanced Cost Accounting, Kalyani Publishers. 
  • Jawaharlal: Advanced Management Accounting, S.Chand & Co. 
  • S.N.Maheswari: Management Accounting And Financial Control, Sultan Chand & Sons. 
  • V.K.Saxena And C.D.Vashist: Advanced Cost And Management Accounting, Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi. 
  •  James Jimbalvo: Management Accounting, John Wiley & Sons. 
  • Khan & Jain: Management Accounting, Tata Mcgraw Hill Publishing Co., New Delhi. 
  • J.Made Gowda: Management Accounting, Himalaya Publishing House, Delhi. 
  • S.N.Maheswari: Management Accounting, Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi. 
  • N.P.Srinivasan & M.Sakthivel Murugan: Accounting For Management, S.Chand & Co., New Delhi. 
  • Paresh Shah, BASIC ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS, Oxford, Delhi, 2007. 
  • Ambrish Gupta, FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGEMENT, Pearson, Delhi, 2004. 
  • Narayanaswamy R, FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING, PHI, Delhi, 2011. 
  •  Jain And Narang: Advanced Cost Accounting, Kalyani 
    Publishers 
  •  Maheswari S.N: Management Accounting, Sultan Chand And Sons. 

Syllabus MBA 1ST Semester Accounting for Managers 

Unit-I 

Book-Keeping and Accounting – Financial Accounting – Concepts 
and Conventions – Double Entry System – Preparation of Journal, Ledger and Trial Balance – Preparation of Final Accounts –Trading, Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet With Adjustment Entries, Simple Problems Only – Capital and Revenue Expenditure and Receipts. 

Unit-II 

Depreciation – Causes – Methods of Calculating Depreciation – 
Straight Line Method, Diminishing Balance Method, and Annuity Method – Ratio Analysis – Uses and Limitations – Classification of Ratios – Liquidity, Profitability, Financial and Turnover Ratios – Simple Problems Only. 

Unit-III 

Funds Flow Analysis – Funds From Operation, Sources, and Uses of Funds, Preparation of Schedule of Changes In Working Capital and Funds Flow Statements – Uses And Limitations – Cash Flow Analysis – Cash From Operation – Preparation of Cash Flow Statement – Uses and Limitations – Distinction Between Funds Flow and Cash Flow – Only Simple Problems 

Unit-IV 

Marginal Costing – Marginal Cost and Marginal Costing – 
Importance – Break-Even Analysis – Cost Volume Profit Relationship – Application of Marginal Costing Techniques, Fixing Selling Price, Make or Buy, Accepting a Foreign Order, Deciding Sales Mix. 

Unit-V 

Cost Accounting – Elements of Cost – Types of Costs – Preparation 
of Cost Sheet – Standard Costing – Variance Analysis – Material Variances – Labour Variances – Simple Problems Related to Material And Labour Variances Only. 
[note: distribution of questions between problems and theory of this paper must be 60:40 i.e., problem questions: 60 % & theory questions: 40 %] 

Important Questions in MBA 1ST Semester Accounting for Manager 

  •  ‘accounting is a service function’. Discuss the statement in the context of a modern manufacturing business. 
  •  Distinguish between financial accounting and management 
    accounting. 
  • What are accounting concepts and conventions? Is there any 
    difference between them? 
  • What is the significance of the dual aspect concept? 
  • Write a short note on accounting standards. 
  • What is the position in India regarding the formulation and 
    enforcement of accounting standards? 
  • Why is accounting called the language of business? 
  • Give an account of the various branches of accounting. 
  • What are the functions of accounting? 
  •  Accounting as a social science can be viewed as an information system. examine. 
  • Is accounting a staff function or line function? Explain the reasons.