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MBA (G) CBCS 2020 Course

MBA (G) CBCS 2020 Course

MBA (Gen) CBCS 2020 Course

Program Education Objectives (PEOs)

  • PEO 1: To provide world class Management Education in the various fields of a business.
  • PEO 2: To improve Business Decision Making Capabilities of upcoming Managers by inculcating the spirit of enquiry so as to make them search for facts and truth and enhance their analytical skills.
  • PEO 3: To enable the management graduates to look at the latest developments, phenomenon and things from different perspectives and thereby motivate them to come out with simple solutions for complex managerial problems.
  • PEO 4: To encourage the Management Graduates to opt for Entrepreneurship as a career option.

Program Outcomes (PO)

On the successful completion of this Program the students will be able to:

  • PO 1: Apply the knowledge of management theories and practices in resolving the business problems.
  • PO 2: Foster analytical and critical thinking abilities for data-based decision making.
  • PO 3: Learn new technologies with ease and be productive at all times
  • PO 4: Read, write, and contribute to Business literature
  • PO 5: Lead other members of the organization in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to a team environment.
  • PO 6: Act as a responsible citizen of the society and the professional world.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

On the successful completion of MBA Program the students will be able to

  • PSO 1: Analyze the contemporary situation in the market, latest developments in the field of business, government policies etc. and provide simple and cost effective solutions for resolving the business problems.
  • PSO 2: Make timely and apt decisions aimed at achieving the set objectives of the organization.

Semester I

101 - Management Concepts and Applications

Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

  • CO 1: Understand the Management Concepts and Managerial Skills.
  • CO 2: Apply the Principles of Management in practice
  • CO 3: Use the effective Leadership styles in the organization
  • CO 4: Analyze the recent trends in the field of Management and adapt to the changed scenario.

102 - Managerial Economics

Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

  • CO 1: Apply the knowledge of Managerial Economics in balancing the demand and supply in the market, resource management etc.
  • CO 2: Determine the pricing strategies based on the objectives of the organization.
  • CO 3: Make right decisions after studying the Government Policies and Regulations.
  • CO 4: Understand the market dynamics in terms of its structure , level of competition etc.

103 - Financial and Management Accounting

Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

  • CO 1: Learn the theoretical base of Financial Accounting
  • CO 2: Prepare the Final Accounts of a Sole Proprietor by following Accounting Mechanics.
  • CO 3: Update with the knowledge of International Accounting Standards and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
  • CO 4: Learn the importance and Functions of Cost Accounting and Management Accounting
  • CO 5: Apply the technique of Budgetary Control for Cost control
  • CO 6: Take decisions by applying Marginal Costing and Standard Costing

104 - Organizational Behaviour

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

  • CO 1: Apply the knowledge of Organisational Behaviour gained through the theories , concepts etc.
  • CO 2: Understand the learning theories and its application in the development of strategies
  • CO 3: Build teams that works hand in hand in the pursuit of set goals and objectives.
  • CO 4: Understand the group dynamics and resolve the conflicts amicably.

105 - Statistical Techniques

Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

  • CO 1: Understand various statistical tools and their applications in Business
  • CO 2: Analyze the importance of Statistical Techniques in different functional areas of Management
  • CO 3: Develop numerical ability to solve examples on various topics and specifically formation and Testing of Hypothesis
  • CO 4: Apply Correlation and Regression Techniques in Business applications

106 - Legal Aspects of Business

Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

  • CO 1: Understand the Legal Aspects of Business concepts
  • CO 2: Identify and demonstrate the dynamic nature of the environment in which Legal Aspects decisions are taken and appreciate the implications for determination and implementation.
  • CO 3: Develop the students' skills in applying the Legal issues problem solving in an enterprise.
  • CO 4: Develop an understanding of the concepts like application of new legislations
  • CO 5: Develop strong plans and persuasively communicate recommendations and rationale.
  • CO 6: Discuss the scope of legal aspects and its role in the development of strategy.

107 - Business Communication

Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

  • CO 1: Understand the concepts and techniques of effective communication skills.
  • CO 2: To familiarize with the process of communication
  • CO 3: Develop the students' skills in applying the techniques of effective communication in their personal and professional life.
  • CO 4: To enable students to understand the different dimensions of business communication
  • CO 5: Develop strong speaking, reading, listening and writing skills and ensure that students use them effectively in future.
  • CO 6: Discuss the scope and managerial importance of effective communication skills and its role to succeed in professional life.

Semester II

201 - Marketing Management

Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

  • CO 1: Gain a solid understanding of key marketing concepts and skills.
  • CO 2: Identify and demonstrate the dynamic nature of the environment in which marketing decisions are taken and appreciate the implications for marketing strategy determination and implementation.
  • CO 3: Develop the students' skills in applying the analytical perspectives on the concepts of marketing and the decisions related to segmentation, targeting and positioning, determining marketing mix etc.
  • CO 4: Develop an understanding of the underlying concepts, strategies and the issues involved in the exchange of products and services and control the marketing mix variables in order to achieve organizational goals.
  • CO 5: Develop strong marketing research plans and persuasively communicate your recommendations and rationale.
  • CO 6: Discuss the scope and managerial importance of marketing research and its role in the development of marketing strategy
  • 202 - Financial Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand Nature, Scope, Functions and Objectives of Financial Management
    • CO 2: Apply the techniques of Capital budgeting in making Investment decision.
    • CO 3: Estimate the working capital requirement of a firm and management of working capital.
    • CO 4: Know about sources of long term finance domestic and international and scenario of venture capital
    • CO 5: Analyze factors considered in designing Capital Structure, apply techniques of EBIT EPS Analysis, Leverage and calculation of Cost of Capital
    • CO 6: Apply techniques of Financial Statement Analysis like Ratio Analysis, Funds Flow Analysis and Cash Flow Analysis

    203 - Human Resource Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the role of Human Resource Management in achieving the set organizational goals and objectives.
    • CO 2: Prepare a human resource plan for an organization.
    • CO 3: Analyze the training needs of the employees and accordingly plan the training programme for them.
    • CO 4: Design a compensation plan for the different employees in the organization and administer the same.
    • CO 5: Evaluate the performances of the employees.
    • CO 6: Build, develop and nurture the relations with the employees through employee engagement practices.

    204 - International Business

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the global business environment.
    • CO 2: Settle import, export and counter trade through NOSTRO and VOSTRO accounts.
    • CO 3: Develop import and export strategies.
    • CO 4: Do a risk assessment.

    205 - Production and Operations Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Know Production and Operations Management concepts and skills.
    • CO 2: Identify and demonstrate the dynamic nature of the environment in which Operations Management decisions are taken and appreciate the implications for Operations strategy determination and implementation.
    • CO 3: Develop the students' skills in applying the analytical perspectives on the concepts of Production and the decisions related to Plant Location, Plant Layout, Inventory Management etc.
    • CO 4: Develop an understanding of the concepts like Maintenance, Total Productive Maintenance, Quality Assurance etc.
    • CO 5: Develop strong Production plans and persuasively communicate recommendations and rationale.
    • CO 6: Discuss the scope and managerial importance of Production and Operations Management and its role in the development of Production strategy

    206 - Research Methodology

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Develop understanding on different applications of research for managerial decision making
    • CO 2: Explain key research and summarize the research articles and research reports
    • CO 3: Have basic awareness of data analysis-and hypothesis testing procedures.
    • CO 4: Apply Correlation and Regression Techniques in Business applications
    • CO 5: Design questionnaires and administer simple survey based projects.
    • CO 6: Explain the rationale for research ethics

    207 - Business Environment

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Identify the environmental factors affecting an organization and carry out an analysis of the external environment
    • CO 2: Apply the knowledge of the economic environment and policies, in a work situation, thus have a better understanding of how organizations function
    • CO 3: Develop the knowledge about the Regulatory, Legal and Constitutional environment by which the businesses are controlled and within which they operate
    • CO 4: Develop sensitivity toward societal needs while being a part of the corporate and help corporate to become socially responsible.
    • CO 5: Identify the importance of the role of Technology in businesses and prepare to adapt to the changing technology
    • CO 6: Enhance the business perspective from the national to the global so as to better understand the benefits and challenges faced by business firms

    208 - Business Ethics and Corporate Governance

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Explain the relationship between ethics, morals and values in the workplace.
    • CO 2: Prepare an ethical code of conduct.
    • CO 3: Apply the knowledge of ethics in the real-world context such as socio-environmental issues.
    • CO 4: Do an ethics audit.

    Semester III

    301 - Strategic Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Analyze internal and external environment concerning a business enterprise.
    • CO 2: Develop a strategic framework
    • CO 3: Formulate strategies for the achievement of an organization’s set goals and objectives.
    • CO 4: Implement the strategies and evaluate the outcome.

    302 - Operations Research for Managers

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Apply the knowledge of Operations Research in Business Management.
    • CO 2: Use the LPP and Transportation Problem for key decision making related to a Business.
    • CO 3: Determine the critical path by using PERT
    • CO 4: Provide optimum solutions to an organizations by using different OR techniques

    303 - Entrepreneurship Development and Innovations Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Develop an entrepreneurial attitude
    • CO 2: Prepare a business plan for a new business venture
    • CO 3: Manage a small family business effectively.
    • CO 4: Mobilize resources for a new and existing business enterprise
    • CO 5: Understand the importance of innovations in running a business in the contemporary market.

    MK01: Consumer Behaviour

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Gain a sound understanding of Consumers’ Behaviour in the market-place and the concepts related to it.
    • CO 2: Analyze the business environment and understand its influence on the consumers’ behaviour.
    • CO 3: Identify new market segments.
    • CO 4: Understand the nitty-gritties of consumer and organizational buying decision process.
    • CO 5: Apply the knowledge of consumer behaviour in devising marketing strategies, changing consumers’ attitudes etc.
    • CO 6: Discuss the scope and managerial importance of consumer research and its role in designing marketing strategies.

    MK02: Services Marketing

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the difference between goods and services marketing
    • CO 2: Know the importance of Services Sector in the economy.
    • CO 3: Determine the Service Marketing Mix of a particular service.
    • CO 4: Develop insights into service quality and its measurement
    • CO 5: Design Service Quality strategies aimed at avoiding service quality gaps.
    • CO 6: Understand the challenges and opportunities in the services sector.

    FM01: Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the concepts and importance of investments.
    • CO 2: Know types of Investments option available in India
    • CO 3: Comprehend the concept and process of portfolio construction
    • CO 4: Make investment decisions for themselves and for others.

    FM02: Management of Financial Services

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO1: Develop insights about the principles and practices of prominent financial services in the contemporary scenario
    • CO2: Understand the functioning of financial services in India
    • CO3: Know the various sources of finance available to an existing business enterprise and a new one.
    • CO4: Understand the financial market operations.

    HR 01: Human Resource Planning and Development

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Describe the process of human resource planning
    • CO 2: Applying the techniques for human resource planning
    • CO 3: Identify the human resource procurement an deployment
    • CO 4: Explain the role of training and development
    • CO 5: Distinguish different methods of training and their applications
    • CO 6: Assess the design and outcome of training

    HR 02:

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the critical importance of labour laws in effective business management.
    • CO 2: Understand the legislations/acts related to Labour Welfare, health and safety measures in an organizations.
    • CO 3: Understand various statutory provisions related with industrial relations and labour welfare
    • CO 4: Analyze issues and challenges of applying provisions as per legislations in the industry
    • CO 5: Familiarizing, analyzing and applying the role of labor welfare in employee motivation and satisfaction.

    IB 01:

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the scenario of world trade and how regulations help in the smooth conduct of trade processes
    • CO 2: Know The Various Legal Compliances And Documentations In The Cross Border Trade.

    IB 02:

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Have a clarity on the import-export cycle
    • CO 2: Know the various compliances and documentations in the Import Export Process
    • CO 3: Know the logistic process and various agencies involved the export-import process.

    PM 01:

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Evaluate the principles of quality management and to explain how these principles can be applied within quality management systems.
    • CO 2: Identify the key aspects of the quality improvement cycle and to select and use appropriate tools and techniques for controlling, improving and measuring quality.
    • CO 3: Critically appraise the organizational, communication and teamwork requirements for effective quality management
    • CO 4: Critically analyze the strategic issues in quality management, including current issues and Developments.
    • CO 5: To devise and evaluate quality implementation plans

    PM 02: Business Process Re-engineering

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Define the key terms associated with business process reengineering
    • CO 2: Explain the various supporting and opposing forces to business process reengineering in simple business situations.
    • CO 3: Applying apply modeling tools for simple business processes
    • CO 4: Formulate a working plan to establish a business process reengineering team
    • CO 5: Evaluate the success of a BPR initiative in relation to the impact on organizational KPIS.
    • CO 6: Find ways to improve business or non-business processes.

    IT 01: System Analysis and Design

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Explain the need for and value of a formalized step-by-step approach to the analysis, design, and implementation of computer information systems.
    • CO 2: Use tools and techniques for process and data modeling.
    • CO 3: Describe the role and responsibilities of the participants in information systems’ development
    • CO 4: Develop a feasibility analysis of a proposed system.
    • CO 5: Develop and deliver a Requirements Definition Proposal for a new system in a well-structured business proposal.
    • CO 6: Explain the common ways projects fail and how to avoid these failures
    • CO 7: Implement various project management tools

    IT 02: Information System Security and Audit

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the difference between Security Metrics and Audits.
    • CO 2: Gain knowledge on Vulnerability Management
    • CO 3: Know the Information Security Audit Tasks, Reports and Post Auditing Actions
    • CO 4: Understand Information Security Assessments
    • CO 5: Examine the multiple layers of IS security in organizations.
    • CO 6: Analyze the risk management approach to information assets‘security with respect to operational and organizational goals.
    • CO 7: Evaluate physical and logical security controls, and the automated approaches in IS security.

    AM 01: Rural Marketing

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the importance of Rural Markets
    • CO 2: Sensitize to the needs and behavior of consumers and channels
    • CO 3: Utilize the understanding on peculiarities of rural markets, channels and competition in marketing decision making
    • CO 4: Understand the Rural Market Segmentation and Rural Products
    • CO 5: Expose the students to Rural Market Distribution and services

    AM 02: Supply Chain Management in Agri-business

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the principles of supply chain management and its importance in business management.
    • CO 2: Know the emerging practices, challenges and trends in supply chains.
    • CO 3: Understand the Supply Chain Strategy
    • CO 4: Understand the Logistics Management in Supply Chains
    • CO 5: Understand the Information Technology for Supply Chain Management

    R01: Introduction to Retailing

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Gain knowledge on concepts, formats and managerial practices in retailing
    • CO 2: Develop insights on analysis and decision making in retailing management
    • CO 3: Understand the Product Categories, Types and Formats in retail sector
    • CO 4: Gain knowledge on the store operations and services
    • CO 5: Develop retail strategies

    R02: Retail Management and Franchising

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the retail sector and the range of retail occupations.
    • CO 2: Describe the characteristics of the local retail environment
    • CO 3: Identify different retail occupations and the related skills, attributes and behaviours.
    • CO 4: Understand the factors that influence customer expectations.
    • CO 5: Use point of sales material in a retail store

    PR 01: Project Risk Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Enhance skills on project risk management
    • CO 2: Assess the risk in project development and implementation
    • CO 3: Quantify the risk and devise risk response strategies aimed at meeting the stakeholders’ expectations.

    PR 02: Microsoft Project 2010

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the Microsoft Project 2010 Interface
    • CO 2: Learn Best Practices in Planning and Scheduling using Microsoft Project and Checklists
    • CO 3: Learn Resource Planning, How to resolve Resource Workload, Re-Assignments and Performance Review

    Semester IV

    401: Project Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Evaluate a project, define scope of work, provide accurate cost estimation
    • CO 2: Identify the resources required for a project and prepare a work plan and resources schedule
    • CO 3: Evaluate a project in respect of quality
    • CO 4: Use project management tools in managing a project.

    402: Environment & Disaster Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the natural environment and its relationships with human activities.
    • CO 2: Characterize and examine human affects at the environment.
    • CO 3: Develop capacity to obtain, analyze, and communicate information on risks, relief needs and lessons learned from earlier disasters in order to formulate strategies for mitigation in future scenarios
    • CO 4: Integrate facts, concepts, and methods from multiple disciplines and apply to environmental problems of disaster events at a local and global levels.
    • CO 5: Capacity to integrate knowledge and to analyze, evaluate and manage the different public health aspects

    403: E-Business Management

    MK03: Sales and Distribution Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Gain a sound understanding of the concepts related to Sales and Distribution Management.
    • CO 2: Organize and manage the sales force efficiently.
    • CO 3: Prepare a sales plan for achieving the set goals and objectives.
    • CO 4: Forecast the sales for a given product(s).
    • CO 5: Design a distribution channel for a particular product or service.
    • CO 6: Detect and resolve the channel conflicts.

    MK04: Integrated Marketing Communications

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Apply the key terms, definitions, and concepts used in integrated marketing communications
    • CO 2: Select a marketing communications mix for achieving the communications and behavioural objectives of the IMC campaign.
    • CO 3: Develop an Integrated Marketing Communications plan.
    • CO 4: Identify challenges in marketing communications and address them by using the contemporary tools of Integrated Marketing Communications
    • CO 5: Understand the recent tools of product or service promotions

    FM03: Corporate Finance

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: To acquire the concept of Corporate Finance and Financial decision in terms of Planning and Liquidity Management
    • CO 2: Gain the knowledge of Business combination structure and various forms of corporate restructuring in Indian and International Context
    • CO 3: Apply common frameworks and tools related to mergers and acquisitions.
    • CO 4: Gain knowledge of Restructuring decision while working for M&A process in organization with the help on various interaction of Cases in the Indian and International contexts

    FM04: International Financial Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Gain understanding of core concepts of International Finance and Domestic Finance.
    • CO 2: Understand the International Flow of Funds and International Monetary System.
    • CO 3: Analyze and understand the nature and functioning of foreign exchange markets and develop the ability to manage the foreign exchange risk.
    • CO 4: Understand the International Capital Budgeting and International Taxation.
    • CO 5: Develop insights on the details of Trade settlement
    • CO 6: Know the mechanism of International Trade Finance

    HR 03: Compensation and Benefits Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the concepts related to compensation
    • CO 2: Illustrate the components of labour cost
    • CO 3: Design compensation plan for executives
    • CO 4: Gain sound knowledge of wage policies and labour market
    • CO 5: Handle the issues related to reward management and global compensation
    • CO 6: Apply the rules of taxation and design tax friendly package

    HR 04: Competency Mapping and Performance Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Apply the skills and knowledge that enable people in successfully performing their professional, educational, and other life related tasks effectively.
    • CO 2: Understand the different types of Performance Planning strategies and develop various development plans for the employees.
    • CO 3: Gain a practical understanding as how Performance Management plan is beneficial for the organization and also the employees.
    • CO 4: Recognize how Competency Mapping works and affects at different levels of the organizations.
    • CO 5: Appreciate the Performance Appraisal Process and gain knowledge for avoiding various rating errors.
    • CO 6: Identify job ready competencies and how to detect them in a probable candidate.
    • CO 7: Design and develop Competency Models for a particular job-role.

    IB 03: International Marketing

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the impact of global and regional influences on products and services for consumers and businesses
    • CO 2: Design international market entry strategies
    • CO 3: Understand the differences in negotiating with marketing partners from different countries and the implications for the marketing strategies
    • CO 4: Gain sound knowledge of international marketing environment
    • CO 5: Apply the knowledge of International Marketing Research in the global business operations

    IB 04: Global Business Strategies

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Illustrate the concepts in international business with respect to foreign trade/international business
    • CO 2: Apply the current business phenomenon and to evaluate the global business environment in terms of economic, social and legal aspects
    • CO 3: Analyze the principle of international business and strategies adopted by firms to expand globally
    • CO 4: Integrate concept in international business concepts with functioning of global trade

    PM 03: Logistics and Supply Chain Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand supply chain management in today’s business scenario
    • CO 2: Develop insights into the current trends in supply chain management
    • CO 3: Gain knowledge about the types of transportation systems
    • CO 4: Apply the knowledge of third and fourth party logistics

    PM 04: World Class Manufacturing

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Demonstrate the relevance and basics of World Class Manufacturing.
    • CO 2: Apply the concepts of Business excellence, competitiveness and customization of product for manufacturing.
    • CO 3: Implement new technology concepts of world class manufacturing, dynamics of material flow, and Lean manufacturing.
    • CO 4: Develop insights into recent trends in manufacturing for meeting the current and future business challenges effectively.
    • CO 5: Compare the existing industries with WCM industries

    IT 03: RDBMS with Oracle

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Write simple query by using sample dataset
    • CO 2: Write complex queries by using SQL
    • CO 3: Write PL/SQL blocks

    IT 04: Enterprise Business Applications

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the basic concepts of ERP.
    • CO 2: Identify different technologies used in ERP.
    • CO 3: Understand and apply the concepts of ERP Manufacturing Perspective and ERP Modules.
    • CO 4: Understand and implement the ERP life cycle.

    AM 03: Use of Information Technology in Agribusiness Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Analyze the data in the agribusiness
    • CO 2: Use the ICT in the agriculture
    • CO 3: Understand the benefits of remote sensing application in agriculture
    • CO 4: Implement the information technology for monitoring agro based activities.

    AM 04: Cooperatives Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Communicate Concept and Characteristics of Cooperatives
    • CO 2: Gain sound knowledge of Functional and Management aspects of Cooperatives
    • CO 3: Organize a cooperative institution based upon grassroots level after analyzing market condition

    R 03: Merchandising, Display and Advertising

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Understand the basic functions of retail store operations including store location and layout, shopping center analysis, retail market segmentation and strategies, and the merchandising mix.
    • CO 2: Prepare and execute displays for exhibitions and promotional events using the visual dynamics of light as a design element.
    • CO 3: Prepare illustrative matter and layout for posters and advertising using graphic design principles including perspective, lettering, and logo design.
    • CO 4: Understand basic personnel functions such as interviewing techniques, basic supervisory skills, motivation, and written and non-verbal communication.

    R 04: Supply Chain Management in Retailing

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1:Understand the functions of retail business and various retail formats and retail channels.
    • CO 2: Understand the difference between Retail and Manufacturing Supply Chain
    • CO 3: Analyze Retail Market and Financial Strategy including product pricing.
    • CO 4: Integrate the various Supply Chain partners and collaborate with them
    • CO 5: Select a best retail store location

    PR 03: Advanced Project Management

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Prepare a budget for a project and estimate the project cost
    • CO 2: Implement and monitor the project
    • CO 3: Manage quality in a project and audit the project
    • CO 4: Develop insights on the human resource aspects in project management

    PR 04: Scanning Business Environment for Project

    Course Outcomes: At the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

    • CO 1: Scan business environment for a project
    • CO 2: Understand the impact of changes in business environment on a project
    • CO 3: Identify, evaluate and deliver project benefits and value in the complex business environment
    • CO 4: Understand the impact of project on Organization culture through organizational change.

    MCA 2020 Course

    Master of Computer Applications Programme (2020 Course) (MCA 2020 Course)

    Programme Education Objectives (PEO)

    • PEO1: To build a strong foundation for students to become proficient in all academic concepts and technical skills necessary to become an IT Professional.
    • PEO2: To provide a conducive environment for designing, implementing and testing various software applications through Software Development Cell.
    • PEO3: To keep the students and faculty abreast with the emerging technologies in the field of computer applications.
    • PEO4: To bring professionalism amongst the students and promote holistic development.
    • PEO5: To involve students in sustainable IT practices and community services.

    Programme Outcomes (PO)

    • PO1: Computational Knowledge:  Apply knowledge of computing fundamentals, mathematics and given domain to design appropriate models for a given problem and/or requirements.
    • PO2: Problem Analysis:  Apply fundamental knowledge of software engineering and various systems domain in order to analyze, identify, formulate and provide the solution to given problem.
    • PO3: Design/Development of Solutions:  Design and evaluate solutions, systems, modules and processes for specified set of needs with appropriate consideration of societal values and industry expectations.
    • PO4: Conduct researching in Information Systems:  Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
    • PO5: Modern Tool Usage:  Use of modern tools for delivering milestones like problem analysis, design, development, testing and deployment.
    • PO6: Professional Ethics:  Learn and inculcate professional ethics, cyber regulations, professional responsibilities and norms of professional computing world.
    • PO7: Lifelong Learning:  Acknowledge the need for continuous professional development and practice it through self-motivated, independent learning.
    • PO8: Management Domain:  Involving in projects development as individual or group to solve problems in various domains and environments using computational and management skills.
    • PO9: Communication Efficacy:  Demonstrate efficacy in verbal and non-verbal means of communication like reports, design documentation and presentations to elaborate about complex computing.
    • PO10: Innovation and Entrepreneurship:  Provide conducive environment for innovation and entrepreneurship leading to solutions for betterment of society.

    Program Specific Outcomes:

    • PSO1: Understanding and applying the principles of mathematics, computing techniques and other related disciplines to design and develop software-based systems
    • PSO2: Design, develop and maintain cross-platform software applications using modern tools and technologies.
    • PSO3: Develop the ability to carry out research and experiment to solve industrial and social problems.

    BBA

    Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

    Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):

    • PEO1: To encourage the Management students to opt for Entrepreneurship as a career option.
    • PEO2: Perform teamwork and leadership skills in the evaluation of organizational conditions using a system perspective to determine necessary action.
    • PEO3: Practice high level of professionalism necessary to deliver the knowledge, expertise and skill of students through the application of research to business problems and issues.
    • PEO4: Apply critical reasoning process to specifically employ appropriate analytical models to evaluate evidence, select among alternatives, and generate creative options in furtherance of effective decision making.
    • PEO5: Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of ethical principles at both the professional and community levels.

    Program Outcomes (PO):

    • PO1: To Act as a responsible citizen of the society and the professional world.
    • PO2: To evaluate different business problems using analytical and creative, and integrative abilities and to solve business problems in an ethical manner.
    • PO3: To understand finance and other core business content and new venture development. PO4: To develop and implement functional and general management skills to make strategic decision in current era
    • PO5: To build and Demonstrate Leadership, Teamwork, Social skills and Communicate effectively in different contexts.
    • PO6: To facilitate the students to go for professional courses and to develop ethical reasoning, professional behavior and entrepreneurial skills.

    Program Specific Outcomes (PSO):

    • PSO1: Analyze the contemporary situation in the market, latest developments in the field of business, government policies etc. and provide simple and cost effective solutions for resolving the business problems.
    • PSO2: Recognize the need to adapt business practices to the opportunities and challenges of an evolving global environment.
    • PSO3: Make timely and apt decisions aimed at achieving the set objectives of the organization.
    • PSO4: Communicate in a business context in a clear, concise, coherent and professional manner.
    • PSO5: Demonstrate the understanding and ability to apply professional standards, theory, and research to address business problems within specific concentrations.

    BCA

    Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA)

    Programme Education Objectives (PEO):

    The Graduates will:
    • PEO1: Develop analytical, problem solving and designing skills to generate creative solutions to tackle technical, business and social challenges.
    • PEO2: Pursue advanced education and excel in professional career in Computer Applications and related disciplines.
    • PEO3: Exemplify effective communication skills, team spirit and leadership qualities, work conventionalities and be able to adaptto the challenges of a dynamic job environment.
    • PEO4: Contribute to the growth of the nation and society by applying acquired knowledge.

    Program Outcomes (POs):

    At the end of the programme students will be able to:
    • PO1: Gain in depth knowledge in programming skills by practicing through programming practical sessions, training and workshops, industry-based projects etc.
    • PO2: Apply knowledge gained to identify and analyze problems that seeks computerized solutions.
    • PO3: Design and develop algorithms and implement robust software applications using latest technological skills.
    • PO4: Inculcate communication skills, leadership qualities and to work in teams to achieve goals and objectives.
    • PO5: Abreast themselves in recent and upcoming technologies for computing practices.
    • PO6: Follow professional software engineering practices by applying contextual knowledge to assess societal and legal issues.

    Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO):

    At the end of the programme students will be:
    • PSO1: Understand the basic concepts of Computer Organization and Architecture, Operating Systems, Database Management Systems, Computer Networks etc.
    • PSO2: Understand standard software engineering practices, software testing and project management concepts and apply them in the software development process.
    • PSO3: Become proficient in different programming paradigms like structured programming and Object Oriented Programming, SQL, Internet Programming etc. and develop applications for the real-world problems.










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