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M. Com. Part I (Compulsory subject)
ll- MANAGEMENT pRtNCtpLES
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Paper
1.
Management identified and defined. Basic principres and
process of Management. The evolution of management thought from
the empirical ideas of early pioneers and modern thinkers"for the
development of general theory of management.
Planning and Policy- Making:
Process of Rational Decision
theory in management.
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making and the role
of decision
Organising:
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Coord ination.
Need for coordination
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techniques of securing coordination.
Communication (Direction) :
Traits of good communication
follow up consultative direction
and coordination.
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formal and informal channels
Relationship of communication
Control (Follow-up)
Essential steps in managerial control process setting standardsappraisal of performance
correction of deviations. Control aids.
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2
Motivation:
Need-determinants of behaviour, employee as a "total person"
factors guiding individual behaviour
Theories
- primary incentives
- of
of Motivation
Motivation and Morale
importance
moti-The
vation in organisation.
Books recommended:
1 E. F. L. Brech
2 Harold Koontz &
Cyril O' Donnel
3 Peter F. Drucker
4 Farnert Dale
5 Newman I Summer
6 Terry
7 Sayles, L. R.
8 Mc. Gregor
9 G. P. Asthana
10 Varanasy S. Murthy
11 Basu, Sabu and
Datta
12 Attreya N. G.
13 Henri Fayal
14 N. B. Selri
15 Rayai and Kamini
Adhikari
16 Madon K. D, F
17 Moories Herby
18 Sexena S. C.
19 Appley
20 E. F. L Brech
21 H. R. Light
22 Agarwala, A. N.
23 S. R. Raver
24 Peter F. Drucher
Management Principles and Practice.
Principles of Management.
The Practice of Management.
Management: Theory and Practice
The Process of Management
Principles of Management
Managerial Behaviour
The Human Side of Enterprise.
Grount work of Management
Prespective Management
Works organisation and Management
Essance of Modern Management
General and lndustrial Management
Management Perspectives
Organisation and Administration
Management of Corporations
Business Aoministration
Business Administration I Management
Management in Action
Management
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lts nature and
Signif icance
The Nature of Management
The Emerging Dimensions of lndian
Management
,
Business Organisation and lndustrial
Management
Managing for Results
M. Com. Part I (Compulsory subject)
Paper lll- Mr\NAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
lntroduction:
of manageDef inition Processes of management
- framework
accountancyment accountancy
organisation for management
lnter-relationship between
Financial accounting, cost accounting,
statistics and management accounting
functions of a management
accou ntant.
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Financiat Planning & Control
:
Ratios-lmportance of Accounting Ratios__Types of
^ Accounting
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Accounting
Ratios-precauiions in Rat,o Analysisl
F i n^a n c ia I re p o rt i n g : F,i na nc ia I Repo.rti n g-Types
of Fi na nc i a r R eports
as a Toor of communication." noiiine n"poitr-L"o'.t"t"_
-Reports
ments. Essential characteristics of performance nepbrts. -' - '
Costing and Cost Analysis:
Material, Labour. and overhead costs_sitandard costing
and
profit ptarrnins Rerations-hip. rne ioncepl
;';;;;';"iJi.,e'*p,orit
principre
Ana-lysis' rhe
of cost uariaoitity as appried to cost-vorume
profit analysis.
ldentification of fixed and variable components.
Analvsis of Budqet variations _ use of variable analysis
material
labour-overheads. "
Cost statements for managerial decisions _ Marginal costing
Break-even
Analysis.
1
Books recommended:
1 F. Clive de paula
2 Soloman J. Ftink
and Denald
grunewald
. 3 Asin Kumar
Sengupta
4 Glenn A. Welsch
5 Batty J.
6 Anteny R. N.
7 Sariar N.
8 Banerjee S.
I Batty
10 Glenn A. Welsch
Management Accounting in practice
Managerial Finance
Management Accountancy
B-udgeting, Profit planninf and control
Management Accountancy
M_anagerial Accounti ng
1VI a nagement Accou nting
Ma nagement Accountancy
Corporate Planning and Budgetery
Budsetins-profit ptannins and 3:lll3i
4
11 L. N. Gupta
12 P. K. Ghosh
13 J. R. Batliboi
14 James H. Ressold
Cost Accounts
Cost Accounting
Works organisation, Management and
Cost Control
and William
W
Managerial Accounting
Readings in Cost Accounting,
Budgetting and Control
Prasuse
15 Thomas W. E.
M. Com. Part I (Compulsory Subject)
Paper lV
-
OUANTITATIVE METHODS
(Note:- Mathematical derivation of any formula is
not expectedlmportance may be given to the application of the statistical
tools to business situations)
de
Oua
considerations of
sions-managerial and nonmanagerial decisions under
competitive actions. Simple
statistical decision theory. Review of standard deviation - The
1
Managerial
managerial.
Chebysha'vs theorem.
2
Elementary probability: Basic probability concepts. Simple space
utually exclusive eventsof an experiment,
bility-frequency approach
equally likely event
probability-multrple proto probability simp
ependent events Baye's
conditio
Ua5itity
-
theorem.-
3
Probability distributions: Theorotical distributions - Binomial
and variance of probability
- Mean
distribution. Point interval and
distributions. Applications of normal
Poisson and normal distribution
interval estimate. Central limit theorem.
4 Test of Hypothesis: Test of hypothesis - Type I error type
ll errorr. Critical region and level of significance-simple-statistical
't' test, 'f' test, Ghi square for goodness of fit.
test
- Students
concerning means. Baysian -estimate.
lnference
5
Sampling; Sampling-Random sampling-sample designs sampling distribution.
6 auafity Control.' Control chart concepts-construction of control
charts-chart, R chart, P chart, C chart-Constructions and uses.
7 Performance and cost evaluation: Concepts of PACE personel
index-budget index-schedule index-shortage index.
8 Correlation and Regression.' Correlation and regression as a
interclass correlation
central tool. Co-efficient of correlation
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5
Regression analysis and its uses. Correlation analysis. Multiple and
partial correlation.
9 Analysis of variance: One way analysis of variance - two way
analysis of veriance. Non-parametric test.
10 Estimation.' Decision theory-classical methods of estimation
the mean-Difference between two means-estimatfng
-Estimating
a proportion difference between two proportion estimating the variance-estimating the ratio of two variances
their applications and
-
use.
Books suggested :
1 F. E. Croxton and
others
2 R. B. Gupta
3 L. R. Conner and
A. J. H. Herrell
4
Wilford L. L.
Esperance
5 B. W. Lindgren I G.
W, M. C. Etrath
6 D. H. Elhance
7 G. R. Mansukhani
8 Yule G. U. and
Kendall, M. G.
9 Simpson, G. and
Kafka F.
10 Lucas, Harold
11 Arkin H. and
Coltar R. R.
12 Ekambaram S. K.
13 Kurnow E. etc.
Applied General Statistics
Statistics
Statistics in Theory and practice
Modern Statistics for Business and
Economics
Probability and Statistics
Fundamentals of Statistics
Business Forecasting
lntroduction to the Theory of Statistics
Basic Statistics
Statistics Methods
Statistical Methods
The Statistical Basis of Acceptance
Sampling
Statistics for Business Decisions
M. Com.
Part ll
Group A: Banking and Monetary Management
Paper I (a) Problem of Monetary Management
Economic change and monetary management problems
Expanding dimensions of monetary management
- relation
between Monetary Theory and monetary Policy-Control
and regulation of currency and banking-Money and general
pr
ices.
Monetary Theory-Gross National Froduct and Expenditures
Consumption, Saving and lnvestment-Factors influencing
supply and demand for money-Governmental fiscal operations and policies-Theories about inflation.
6
3
4
5
Monetary objectives of different types of economic-Role of
monetary policy in the present economic set-up tffect of
monetary poljcy .on the economy_lmpact on incentives,
saving, spending liquidity etc. -- Domesiic and internationil
equilibrium.
cost of credit and interest rate policy-old and new methods
of credit control -New devices'for regurations ana coniioi ot
money supply Rs Problems of monetary administration.
linancing for economic
eloped and developing
nal_ problem of price
stem on money supply.
Books recommended:
1 Day A. C. L.
2 Hansen A. H.
3
4
5
Vanish M. C.
Gipson W. D. and
Kaufman G. G.
Gibson W. D. and
Kaufman G. G.
7 Hansen A. R.
8 Hansen J. L.
9 Newlyin W. T.
10 Goldenweiser E. A.
11 Bruten H. B.
12 Einzig P.
13
Ghosh A.
14
.flajela P. D.
15
Krishnamurthi V.
16
Prasad K,
17
Sarwane M.
18
19
Wood wofth G. W.
20
Manaktala
Outline of Monetary Economics.
Monetary Policy and the Financial
Monetary
system'
Monetary Theory
Monetary Economics; Readings on
current issues
Monetry Theory and Fiscal policy
Monetry Theory and practice
Theory of Money
Monetary Management
lnflation in a growing Econonrrf
How Money is Managed, the ends and
means of monetary policy
How Money is Managed, the ends and
means of monetary policy
ry policy in under-
Role
whittlesey c.
Theory
of Money supply in a developing
eCOnOmy
R.
I. R.
The demand for money in lndia; a sectoral approach
Lectures of Menetary Management
The Money Market and Monetary Management
Economic Development and Monetary
Management
.
9
M. Com. Part ll
Group 'A'- Banking and Monetary Management
Paper ll {a)
Banking Thriory and practice
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2
of modern banks.
B.anking system in U. K., U. S. A., U. S. S. R., Japan,
W. Germany, France, Scandinavian counlries
Financial
structure-Organisational structural-fulethods of -lending and
borrowing Deposit mobilisation.
3 Devel
and s
of fin
ons
ods
op-
ment
Books recommended:
1 S. K. Basu
2
3
Beckhart B. B. (Ed)
Bedi H. L. and
4
Chandler L. V.
5
Cahen K. J. and
Hammer (F.S.) (Eds)
Dacay W. M.
others
6
7
8
9
J. and
William P. Y.
Frczer W.
Mago R, C.
Narashimhan M. (Ed)
10 Gupta L. C.
11 Bhatt V. V.
12 R. N. Saksena
13 Sethuraman T. V.
A review of Current Banking Theory
and Practice.
Banking Systems
Theory and Practice of Banking
The Economics of Money and Banking
Analytical Methods in Banking
The British Banking System
Analytics and institutions of money and
Banking.
A Treatise on Practical Banking
Proceedings of the International Seminar
on Banking
(R. B. l. Publication)
Changing structure of industrial Finance
ln lndia
Structure of Financial lnstitutions.
Development Banking in lndia.
lnstitutional Financing
Development.
of
Economic
8
14
Van Fenstermaker J.
15
Whittlesery C. R.
and Other
Reading in Financial Markets and lnsti-
tutions.
Money and Banking: Analysis
and
Policy.
16
17
Smith W. L. and
Teigen L (Eds)
Vaswain T. A.
Reading in Money, national income and
stabilisation Policy.
Banker and the Balance Sheet.
M. Com. Part ll
Group 'A'
- Banking and Monetary Management
Paper lll (a) lnternationa! lrlonetary Problems and lnstitutions
1 Foreign trade and foreign exchange - Role of Foreign trade
in economic development-Factors affecting foreign tradeBalance of payments-Foreign exchanoe problems-their
nature and significance-Methods of international settlement
rate-Methods to avoid fluctuations in foreign
-exchange
exchange.
2
3
4
5
6
Current Foreign exchange problem
bet- lnter-relationship
ween developed and developing nations
Need for international co-operation
Problems of multilateral
trade and
convertibility Problems- of increasing the volume of foreign
trade-lnternational capital movements.
Origin and scope of exchange control-Methods of exchange
control-Types of exchange control- Direct methods and
!ndirect methods-Exchange control Law in tndia-Problems
of administering the Law-Exchange control operations in
lndia.
World Monetary system
and management of
- Organisation
lnternational currency-system-1.
M. F. and its functionl. M. F. and Exchange rate problems-Operations of 1. M. F.
Blocks of the world-|. M. F.'s relations with
- Currency
sub
Blocks-Liquidity problems, Assistance given by L M. F.
to developing nations-Problems and prospects of international monetary system-special Drawing Rights-!. M. F.
and lndia.
lnternational Financial lnstitutions-l. B. R. D.
F. C.
- l. Bank
l. D. A. GATTUNTCAD
Development
Asian
- Unions of the World payExport - lmport Bank-payment
ment Agreements
between nations.
Role of the Reserve Bank of lndia financing lndia's foreign
trade-lndia's expoft promotion policies and measuresProblems and prospects of lndia's foreign trade.
9
Books recommended:
1 Evitt H. E.
2 Einzing P.
3 Keshkamat V. V.
4 Mithain D. M.
5 Vakil S. R.
6 ScammellW. M.
7 Elsworth P. T.
8 Venu S.
9 Jacabson P.
10 Roosa R. V.
11 Wasserman M. J.
and Hultman C. W.
't2
Whiting D.
13
14
Grubel H. G.
Horie S.
15
Ye Ager L. B.
P.
Exchange and Trade control
in Theory
and Practice.
A Test-book on Foreign Exchange
Foreign Exchange
- an lntroduction
lntroduction to lnternational
Economics
Law relating to Foreign Exchange.
lnternational Monetary Policy
lnternational Economy
The Developing Economics
lnternational Monetary Problems
Monetary Reform for the World
Modern lnternational Economics;
a
balance of payment approach
Finance of Foreign Trade and Foreign
Exchange
1
2
3
4
5
F-2
The lnternational Monetary system
The lnternational Monetary Fund; retrospect and prospect
lnternational Monetary Relations; Theory, History anci Policy, and other books
under 2,15
Group 'A'- Banking and Monetary Management
lndian Monetary System
Paper lV (a)
Special characteristics of lndian economy- Financial needsRural and agricultural finance-Cottage and small-scale industries Agencies of finance
- Organised
- Un-organised dealers
agencies
dealers- co-operative sector-Governmental
Organised and un-organised sectors of the money marketConstituents of lndian Money Market-Co-operative SectorRelation, between organised and other sectors.
Capital Market of lndia-problems of lndian Capital Market
lnsurance CompDealers in Capital Market-Stock Exchange
in
L.l.C.,
U.T.l,,
recent
trends
and
developments
anies,
l.D.B.l.,
lndian Capital Market-Developmental agencies.
Reserve Bank of lndia-Evolution of Central Banking functions
in relation to the economy of lndia-Economic changes and new
and non-banking institutions
functions of the R.B.l.
- Banking
in lndia-State and Banking-NationBanking services available
alisation -Deposit lnsurance R.B,l. as the apex agency for regulation and control of Money Market.
Banking legislation in lndia-Recent changes in Banking Law
and Practice-Banking opetations-Principles governing present
Modern trends in lending-lts
day operations-Bank in lndia
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t'1
legal and other implications-cost of credit and availability of
credit-Branch banking and expansion.
6
Financial and resource_s position of lndian Banks-Their operations and results
sheets and
- social obligations
- ofBalance
accounts of Banks-present-day
problems
lndian Banks.
Books recommended;
'History of the Reserve Bank of lndia
1 Sinha, S. L. N.
2 Ray K. N.
Monetary Policy and Reserve Bank of
3
4
5
Searma A. G.
Dutt D. K.
8
Mitra R. N. and
I
Saksena R. M.
Sethuraman T. V.
11
12
Development Banks
lndustrial Finance in lndia
State in Relationto Commercial Banking in the Developing economy of tndia
Monetary Discipline and lndian Banking
Central Banking in a Developing Eco-
Jain P. C.
6
7
10
lndia
Sinha S.L.N.
Bhattacharya P. C.
nomy
Roya X.
Basu S. K.
Desai V. R. M. and
Ghonosgi B. D.
Money and Banking
Development Banking in lndia
lnstitutional Financing
of
Economic
Development in lndia
Review of current Banking Theory and
Practice
13
14
Joshi M. S.
Modern B. K.
Monetary Policy and Central Banking in
lndia
Financial lntermedianes in lndia
Role of Monetary Policy in a Develop-
15
Rop H. N.
The role
rng economy
of Monetary Policy in Economic Development.
M. Com, PART lt
Group 'B'- Trade and Transport Management
Paper I (b) -- Marketing Management
rketing
n-clas
its
- fu
- Definition-functions
pecific
functions- planning-planning period-
ments.
planning-pro
tives for product
development-general
product ideasprocedure in product
on of a line of
products
testing-by consumer product planning for
- Product and
promotion-Branch
trade marks Backaging of the productProduct
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ll
Labels and labeling
polities.
3
4
-
Warranty policies service and service
Price decision-nature of the pricing process-price objectives
and strategies-Administralion of prices-Negotiated as established prices-Legal constraints on pricing decisions.
Chanel decisions-Planning marketting organisation-responiiblities and relationship-Market and sales iorecast-scheduling
sales programmes Legal constraints on external trade relation-s
Marketing logistics (order filling activities)-Marketing expense
5
budget.
Management of sales personnel
Recruitment and selection of
nment- of sales terretories sales quotas
of sales force-measurement of perfor_
problems.
6
social, legal and ethical issues in marketing lnternational
- analysis.
markering-Market control --Sales, cost and pr6fit
7 Marketing research-Market analysis-product research Research
on sales methods and policies
- consumer research-Behaviour
and motivation.
Books recommended:
1 D. Maynard Philips
Others
Marketing Management
2 Davar R. S.
Modern Marketing Management in the
lndian Councils
3 Bakor M. J.
Marketing - An lntroductor Text
4 Martin J. Bell
Marketing -Concepts and Srrategy
5 Smith
Readings in Marketing lnformation
Systems.
M. Com. Part ll
Group 'B'-- Trade and Transport Management
Paper ll.. Agricultural and lndustrial Marketing
ng
Marketing functions-Functions of
of -Physical supply and facilitating
func-
marketing-lnstitutional functionll and
lmportance of Marketing in the Economy-Marketing of Agri_
cultural Products-Marketing of Manufactured consuirer go6ds
of industrial goods-Marketing
Organised markets. S_tock exchalge and produce Exchange _
Functions of stock exchange and forward tiading and reguliiion
of stock exchange in lndia.
Produce exchange
and future and regulations
-.Frrnction-spot
of stock exchange in
lndia.
t'2
4
5
6
Selling: Product planning and development.
Variety of products-quality of products-diversification of products-Branding and Packaging and advertising-Sales promotion.
Market risks-Standardization
control-Ouality
- Advertising
Market information-Transportation
Warehousing
Financing of
Marketing.
Channels of distribution:
Retailing
shops
store
stores- Retail
- Departmental
-Chain order.
multiple shops
super markets
and discount houses-Mail
Whole saling-lmportance of the wholesale-middle man whole
sa lers-D ifferent types.
Marketing costs-factors affecting cost of farm products middle-
7
men
8 Price policy: How are prices determinedT
Retail price determination. Price in the wholesale market.
9 Salesman-Ship-Duties and types of salesman-Management of
sales forces-Success of salesman
10 Agricultural marketing in lndia-Regulated markets in lndia Cooperative marketing in lndia
- Nationalisation of Distributors
(Wholesale Trade) in lndia.
11 State and marketing in lndia - Directorate of marketing and
inspection-Appointment of committees
- Marketing under the
plans.
12 Marketing of food crops - Marketing of rice - Marketing of
Wheat.
13 Marketing of cotton-Marketing of Jute- Marketing of MilkMarketing of groundnuts
Marketing ot arecanuts
Marketing
of tobacco-Marketing of- coffee-Marketing of tea - Marketing
of Rubber.
14 State trading in lndia-State Trading Corporation of lndia.
Books recommended:
1
C. B. Mamoria and
R. L. Joshi
Principles and practice
of
Marketing in
lndia
2
3
Clerk and Clerk
Rusten S. Davar
4
H. W. Deapner
Converse, Hussey
5
6
7
8
9
10
Principles of Marketing
Modern Marketing Management
Modern Marketing Management
and Mitchell
B. B. Mukerji
fhe Elements of Marketing
Agricultural Marketing in lndia
Davar R. S.
Modern Marketing Management in the
lndian Context.
Marketing. An introductory Text.
M arketing-Concepts and Strategy.
Readings in Marketing information
Baker M. J.
Mortin J. Bell
Smith
systems
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M. Com. Part ll
Group 'B'
Trade and Transport Management
- lnternationa! Trade
Paper lll (b)
1 Basis of international Trade - Distinctive Characteristics of
lnternational trade. lmportance of international trade.
2 The theory of international trade,
(a) The classical theory of camparative cost
(b) The opportunity cost
(c) The General equilibrium theory
(d) Terms of Trade
3 Economic development and the theory of international trade
and national income-Process of oalance of payment adjustments
and its effects as national income.
4 The balance of international payment-The international payment equilibrium.
5 Commercial policy of States:
(a) Tariff-lmport duty, Export duty Transit duty.
(b) Multiple exchange rates
(c) Ouotas: lmport quota and export quota
(d) Exchange control
6
7
(e)
(f)
Beunties
Dumping
Free trade and Protection
lndirect control of lnternational Trade
(a) Opperssivecustomsformalities
(b) Sanitary regulations
(c) Control of imports of animals and animal products.
8 Commercial treaties: Most favoured nation treatement.
9 Bilateral clearing arrangements--Commodity agreements.
10 Custom unions, free trade areas and Common Markets.
11 Effects of liquidity on work trade and income
12 The freeing of work trade:
Mu ltilateral trade-l M F- CATT-U NCTAD
13 Capital expert-lnternational investmerrt
World Bank-lFC and IDA
frade and aid
14 The Commercial policy of lndia
Tariff
lmport Policy
State Trading
Scheme for export promotion
Commercial policy of States-Trade-Mission and Commissions
15
Foreign capital in lndia
--t4
Books recommended:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Elloworth P. T.
Haberler
Chan
Transsing
Vincer Jacob
lnternational Economics
The Theory of lnternational Trade
lnter-regional and lnternational Trade
lnternational Trade
Studies in the Theory
of lnternational
lnternational Trade and Commercial
Trade
Towle
Policy
K. R. Gupta
Ferkins J. O. N.
A survey of GeneralAgreement on Tariffs
and Trade
lnternational Policy
Economy
Parcef
A course in the theory
for the
of
World
lnternational
Trade
M. Com. Part ll
Group 'B'
Trade and Transport Management
Transport Economics
Paper lV (b)
-
Functions of Transport
Transport as a public
- economy.
lmportance of transport in an
Role of tran
ing economy-factors influenceing the growth and d
port services-Transport and regional specialization-lnter-relationship between transport and Location-Experience of the Soviet Union
of policies affecting location of economic activities and
-Appraisal
their effects on transport services.
t
!nland
ial- charac-
ly moderi. Pricing problem in transport-nature and degree of competition
of pricing theory and practice of rate fixation
cost of service and what -traffic can bear" theories-problem -of
ownership and control
transliort under- lnvestment of capitalofintransport.
takings-forms of organisation-Co-ordination
and the problem
Roa.dTransport: lts characteristics-Economics of Road TransportMultipurpose use-flexibility and reliability of service. Road iapital
investment. Future of road transport in lndia. Nationalizatioh of
l5
road transport corporations and
Economics
of organizing ineffici_
and private investment in road
co-ordination.
Economics of inrand water transport-lnland water transportation
in lndia.
Air:
dev
and
Development and
trol and safety reg
Modern
and national
Books recommended;
1 Philip Locktier
2 Dudley Pergeem
3 Srivastava
4 M-O. Mathew
5 Bhatnagar and
others
6
7
I
2
10
Bonavia
Ha
ji
Government of lndia
Sanuyal
Johnson J.
,
comrnercial
po
onal airways 'ln
nce of grouf of
Nation-alisation
nature
of
state
if igi"Ir"ntr.
on
ii"tti.'
sport.
"on_
Economics of Transportation
Transpotation Economics and public
Policy
Transport Development in lndia
Rail-road co-ordination
I\4odern transport Development in tndia
Economics of Transports
lndian Shipping
Five year Plans
lndian Railways
The [conomics of Rail Transport
M. Com. Part ll
'C'- Financial Management
Paper I (c)
- tsusiness Finance
Group
Organisation for financial Management
Scop and
Managerialfunct
ship oi financial
of Financial planning. Business and
ncial planning--Financijl coniroi retation_
o other functJon.
r6
Debentures PreNature and characteristics of Corporate securities
Extinction, Amortiference shares and Equity. Management of Debt: sation, conversion.
Policies covering lnternal sources of funds.
lncome Determination I financial decisions-Earnings payment
and Retention policy-Principles determing individent policy.
Corporate financing in lndia:
and nonThe composition of Co
s- in promoGovernment companies. P
ion in lndia.
tion-function and Role of
Capital structures of lndian Joint Stock companies-Pattern of
effecting changes
Security lssues
- Divident Policy and
- Factors
Retention of Policy
of companies in lndia.
Primary
Sources of external funds: lndividuals Ft lnstitutions
-
issues in lndia-Stock
-Under-writing of capital
Exchanges.
Corporations Finance and Public pohcy
by lnternal sourcesGrowth of Big companies
- Expansion
companies and Amalgamation.
Expansion by combination -Holding
lrrdustrial Policy StateSocial Control of Corporation in lndia
- Policy
lndian CompLicensing
ment-Control of Capital issued
- Practice
ComTrade
anies Act 1956-Monopolies and-Restrictives
mission Joint Sector.
Books recommended:
1 Stapleton R. C.
2
Gestenberg,
3
Guthmann, Harry
G. and Dougall H.E.
Donaldson, Elvin F.
4
5
Charles W.
Financial Organisation and Management
of
Business
Corporate Financial Policy
Corporate Finance
Husband, William
H. and Dockery.
James C.
6
7
8
9
The Theory of Corporate Finance
Hastings, Raul
Das N.
Simha S. L. N.
Nadda N. L.
G.
Modern Corporate Finance
Management
of Business
Finance
Banking and lndustrial Frnance in India
The Capital Market of lndia
Capital Market of lndia
t7
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
t.
19
20
21
Dooha K.
Gupta K. R.
Gupta L. C.
Archer S. H.
Bond G. D.
Brandt L. K.
Curran W. S.
Grunewald A. E,
and Nemmess E. E.
Jackson A. S. and
Townshed E. C.
Soloman E.
Van Horne J. C.
Kuchhal S. C.
Stock Exchanges in a Developing Economy
lssues in Public Enterprise
Changing Structure of lndustrial
Business Finance: Theory and Practice
Financial control for Management
Business Finance: A Management approach
Principles of Financial Management
Basic Managerial Finance
:
Financial Management
The Theory of Financial Management
Financial Management and Policy
Financial Management
M. Com. Part ll
lCl- Financia! Management
Paper ll (c)
Accounting
Group
1
2
3
-Advanced
Nature and limitation of financial statement-published accounts
and legal frame work Analysis and interpretation of
- Business
financiai
statements.
Valuation of shares
preparation of
Accounts of Holding- and subsidiary companies
consolidated balance sheets.
4 Preparation of accounts from incomplete records.
5 lnsolvency and liquidation accounts.
6 I nsurance claims-f ire loss cla ims-consequential loss claims.
legal requirements under the Act
7 Banking companies
- Profit
- Balance
and loss account and
sheet.
8 Final accounts of general insurance company.
9 Double Accounts System-Public utility concerns-replacement
of assets-Electricity Companies-provisions of law relating to
accounts-reasonable returns-clear profit, disposal of surplusfinal accounts.
Books recommended:
1
2
3
4
5
6
William T. Baxer
Rockley
John Mayer
H. Chakraborthy
M. C. Shukla &
T. S. Grewal
R. R. Gupta I
V. S. Gupta
Accounting values and inflation
The meaning of Balance sheet and
company reports
Financial Statement Analysis
Advanced Accountancy
Advanced Accounts
Advanced Accounting and Management
Accounting
F-3
t8
7
8
o
10
R. L. Gupta
C. B. Gupta I
Agarwal
Yorston, Smyth
& Brown
11
12
13
14
15
William Pickles
Cecel Gillespic
Hungorani Ramanathen & Growal
Spicer I Fegler
Johnson
Advanced Accountancy
(lll A lV Vols.)
Treatise on company Accounts
Beporls of Sanddiams committee
Advanced Accounting
Accountancy
Accounting Systems
Management Accounting
Book Keeping and Accounts
I ntermediate Accounti ng
M. Com. Part ll
- Financial Management
Paper ll (c)-Cost Accounting
1 The analysis and classification of cost-Material cost Accounting
an control including inventory management- Labour cost accounting and control including incentives and its effect on cost
Accounting, Analysis. Allocation,
-overheads-Accumulation,
Approtionrnent and Absorption-Control of overhead through
variance analysis and disposition of the variances
2 Reconciliation of cost and financial accounts - cost control
accounts and integral accounts
Budget and cost calculationCost reduction and cost control.3 Process cost ac
cost accounting
Unit operation
costing-Batch
costing-Stand
plan and single
plan. Contract
4 Marginal costing-Managerial control and information-Charts
Reports and graphs-Cost Audit.
Budget and costs-Budgetory control-Break even analysis.
Books recommended:
1 Batty J.
Standard costing
2 Deardsen J.
Essentials of cost Accounting
3 Weldon H. J
Costing simplified
4 Sarkar N.
Principles and Practice of cost Accounting
5 Smith J. E. and
Day J. C. W.
Cost accounting and costing methods
6 Gillespire G.
Standard and Direct costing
7 Harber W. M.
Cost Accountancy
8 Thomas
Reading irr Cost Accounting budgeting
and control
9 Swaminathan
Lectures on Costing
Group 'C'
t9
10
1',|
12
13
14
15
16
Shillinglaw G.
Bierman H.
Bond G. D.
Batty J.
Cost Accounting Analysis and control.
Financial Policy Decisions
Financial Control for Management
Ray Chaudhury H.P.
Frunklin G. Moore
Harold Bierman Jr.
and Thomas
R. Dyckman
17 Bhabatosh Banerjee
Corporate Planning and Budgetory
Control
Cost and Management Accountancy
Manufacturing Management
Managerial Cost Control.
Cost Accounting
Cost Accounting
18
Bhar B.
(b)
M. Com. (Final)
M. Com. Part ll
Group 'C' Financial Management
Paper lV (C)
Law I Accounts
- Taxation
lncome Tax Law
Basic concepts
- and incidence-ofDefinitions
Revenue-Residence
tax.
1
2
Heads
K.
-
Capital and
of income
Salary-chargeabi -ity- perq u istes
- a I lowances - deductionspractical problems-l nterest on securities-chargebi
I ity- Deductions.
lncome from hours property
chargeability
annual value
I
deductions-practical problems.
Profits and gains of business-business and profession-chargeability
of lncome - deductions diallowed 6x- computation
penses-practica
I problems- DepreciationDevelopment
Rebate
allowances--conditions
for
allowairce-Types
-Development
importance. Practical problems.
Capital gai
computation-deductions
of a
exemptions and relief.
-cost
lncome fro
ility deductions-amounts
not deduct
a
Assessees
-
-assessment-exemptions,
ts
- assessment - computation
conditions.
of
total
'20
4
Administrations
lncome Tax authorities
central-iurisdiction
- appointment and
powers Procedure for assessment-filing
of return -self assessment-enquiry assessment
reopening of assessment
time
- of mistake-Notice
limits-rectification
of demand.
-
Appeals and revisions-orders applicable
procedure-authorities-revision by commissioner-penalties- and prosecution.
Liability in special cases-legal representatives
representative
assesses-executers
succession for business -partition persons
- serving to alienate assests discontinuleaving lndia-persons
-
ance of business.
5
6
7
I
9
Computation and Collection of tax. Deduction at source-cases
provisions-Advancement payment of tax-computation
- estimate by assesses-instalments-interest collection-and recovery
of tax-time of paying tax
penalty
modes of recovery
tax
clearance certif icate.
Refund
rules
delayed refunds
- interest oradjustment.
f icates-def inition
-types
-
-
Tax credit certi-
Computation of total income-income of other persons included
in assesses total income
of income set of and
- aggregation
- incomecarry forward of loss-deducations
in computing total
incomes not included in total income-casual income undisclosed
income, unexplained investments
Clubbing of agricultural
income-practical problems.
Miscellaneous- Double taxation relief-authorised representative
of information-power to make rules-tax rates-slabPublication
system and computation of tax.
Tax planning in income tax Evasion and avoidance-methods of
tracing tax avoidance-important forms-tax service.
Mealth Tax, Gift Tax and Estate Duty
- Wealth Tax, Meaning
and Scope-Computation of net wealth-Exemptions
assess-
Books recommended:
1 Kanga I Palkiwala
2
3
4
5
6
Sukumar Bhattachary
Bhagavathi Prasad
Bhagavathi Prasad
Sukumar Bhattacharya
Rup Ram Gupta &
V.S. Gupta
t
lncome Tav Law and Practice
lncome Tax Law I Practice
Law and Practice of Gift Tax
Law and Practice of Wealth Tax
Law and Practice of Wealth Tax
Estate Duty
7.t
M. Com. Pan ll
'D'Paper I (d)
Group
1
2
3
4
5
Economic of Labour
lndustry and Labour: Definition and Scope-economy and
labours-Agricu ltura I and I ndustrial Labour efficiency-producti vity, National Productivity Council.
-Dynamics of labour: Theories of labour and wages (including)
Keynesian Philosophy of labour)-wage policy (a) Wage fixin!
(b) Methods of wage payment.
Concept of fair wage
Living wage
- differentials
- Minimum
wage fixing-Concept -of minimum wage,-Need
based
minimum
wage-Machinery in lndia. Economics of collective bargaining.
C-o1q9Ot of employment-Pro
-concept
of full employment and under
f emplo|ment (Keynesian) Labour
force and
industria lisation- Problem
of
Social Security-Man-power planning, 1. L. O. wage statistics
(report on National Commission on Labour)-Five year plans.
Books recommended:
1 Mehrotra S. N.
2 Giri V. V.
"
Labour Management
3
4
5
6
7
8
Tawler
I
Das N.
Mathur A. S. A
Mathur
Karnik V. N.
Mayers, Charles
Richard P. Calhoon
Milton M. Mandell
Labour Problems in lndia
Labour problems in lndian lndustry
(Revised
I
Enlarged)
J. S. Trade Union Movement in lndia
lndian l'rade Unions
lndustrial Relations in lndia
Managing Personnel
The Selection process
Labour Movement in lndia-lts Past and
Present
10
Dabb Maurice
11
George U. N.
lndustrial Labour in lndia
Wages
Social Security Deveridge and After
M. Com. Part ll
Group 'D'
Labour Management
Paper ll (d)
Labour Laws
-
72
Books recommended:
2 Bare Acts as issued officially with amendments-Factories Act,
Shops and Establishment Act, Trade Union Act, lndustrial Disputes Act, Employment (Standing Order) Act, Payment of Wages
Act, Minimum Wages Act, Employees State lnsurance Act, provident Fund Act and Bonus Act.
Group 'D'
Paper lll (d)
1
M. Com. Part ll
Management
- Labour
Personnel
Management
-History of personnel
ent in the Organisa-
the Personnel Divi.
2
Personnel Planning (Personnel lnventory: personnel Audit) Job
analysis, job descriotion and job specification for men-sfecification for a particular job. Recruitment-policies and methodsniques and the other methods
s interview: Psychological tests,
references).
Personnel Apprasial (Merit Pating)
demotion etc.
-
Transfer
-
promotion,
Motivating the worker
A. Motivation, Attitude, Job-satisfaction, morals etc.
B. lncentive schemes
(a) lndividual, group, plant-wise etc.
(b) profit sharing
(c) Suggestion scheme
(d) Participation in Management
(e) Scanlon Plan etc.
Eleluation of lncentive schemes in the light of psychologicat
principles-value of money- lncentives.
Books recommended:
1 Scott, W. D. Clothiner I Spriegler W. R. Personnel Management-Principles Practice I Point of view-
2
Tlipho E. B.-Principles of Personnel Management
Pigors I Myers-Personnel Administration
4 Strauss Grand Sayles L. T. Personnel-The Muman problems of
3
Management
5
lndian lnstitute of Personnel Management personnel ManageThe Practical approach
Human relationJ in
ment in lndia
industry.
-
-
23
6
7
8
Knowles W. H.
Personnel Management-A Human relations
personne!
Heckmann l. L.- and Huneryager
- Management of
function.
Bichard and Niolander-Readings in personnel Management
M. Com. Part ll
Group 'D'- t abour Management
Paper lV (d)
Trade Unions and lndustriat Retations
-
f
2
3
4
Trade Unions-Aims, Objectives and Structure
l.N.T,U.C., H.M,S. and U.T.U.C., A.t.T.U.C.
Labour Policy
of Government of lndia after
lndependence.
nd Labour movements-lndustrial Relations
Sector
- Collective Bargaining
and lndustrial
participation
Wo.rker-Superv;sor relations-Human relations
_
- inandindustry
Training in Human relations-Grievance procedure
machin_
ery, lndustrial discipline.
Books recommended:
I Mehrotra S. N.
2 Giri V. V.
3
4
Labour problems in lndia
Labour problems
(Revised
Mathur S. S.
I Mathur J. S.
Tweler
I
in
Enlarged)
lndian lndustry
Trade Union movement in lndia
Labour Movement in lndia
and present
I
a
5
Myers, Charles
6
Hare, A. E. C.
Richardssen,
J. Henry
7
past
- lts
lndustrial Relations in lndia
First Principles of lndustrial Relations.
lntroduction to the study
Relations
of
lndustrial
tr
f
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