MBA Sem-2

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES

Master of Business Administration

Semester-II

 

Subject Title: Cost Accounting and Analysis

1.    Course Objectives and Outline:

The subject Cost Accounting and Analysis is a very important and indispensable discipline for corporate management, as the information collected and presented to management based on this cost accounting techniques help management in decision making. Keeping in view the importance of this, various topics have been integrated in the syllabus with the objective of acquainting the student with the basic concepts and methods of cost accounting. The syllabus covers the various cost accounting methods i.e. Activity Based Costing, Process Costing and Operation Costing. The course also emphasized on managerial decision making perspective and thereby contributing towards increased efficiency of the organization.

2.   Teaching Scheme (Hours per week)

 

Lecture (Hrs.)

 

Tutorial

 

Practical

 

Credit

Evaluation Scheme (Marks)

 

Total

University Assessment

Continuous Assessment

4

-

-

4

60

40

100

 

3.    Syllabus

 

Module No.

Contents

Total Hours

Weight

1

Introduction to Cost Accounting:

Meaning, Nature and Managerial Need of Cost Analysis, its Relationship with Financial Accounting and Management Accounting, Cost Concepts: Cost Object, Cost Centers, Cost Units, Cost Classification, Elements of Costs: Material, Labour and Overheads. Apportionment and Allocation of Overheads. Unit Costing, Activity Based Costing (ABC) and Benefits of ABC.

12

25%

2

Methods of Costing:

Job and Batch Costing, Process Costing: Normal and Abnormal Losses, Equivalent Production, Joint and By Product Costing, Operating Costing (Service costing)

12

25%

3

Managerial Decision Making Techniques:

Concept of Marginal Costing and Absorption Costing, Cost Volume Profit (CVP) Analysis and Margin of Safety, Relevant Costs in Decision making: Effects of Sunk Costs, Shut Down/Continue, Make/Buy, Processing of Joint Products, Introducing a New Product.

12

25%

 

 

4

Cost Control and Analysis:

Budgeting Concept and Advantages, Master Budget, Flexible Budget, Standard Costing and Variance Analysis: Material, Labor, Overhead and Sales variances.

12

25%

 

4.    Course Pedagogy

The pedagogy of the subject includes sessions & classroom discussion on various cost accounting methods and practices. It also involves learning and understanding cost accounting function through problem solving, case based learning.

5.   Suggested Readings

  1. Books

 

Sr.

No.

Books

1

Management Accounting, By Paresh Shah, Oxford Publication

2

Cost Accounting, By Horngren, Datar, Foster, Rajan, Ittner, Pearson Education

3

Cost Accounting, By P C Tulsian, McGraw Hill Publication

4

A Textbook on Cost and Management, By M N Arora, Vikas publication

5

Managerial Accountancy, By Bamber, Braun, Harrison, Pearson Education

6

Cost Accounting, By Jawahar Lal, McGraw Hill Publication

 

  1. Journals/Magazines
    • Management Accounting Research
    • Journal of Accounting & Economics
    • Research Bulletin, The Institute of Cost Accountants of India
    • The Management Accountant, The Journal for CMAs CMIE Reports

6.   Evaluation Scheme

 

Sr. No.

Component

Weight

1

University Examination

60%

 

 

 

 

2

Internal Assessment

-Depending on the need and objectives of the subject, internal assessment should include minimum three of the following sub- components;

Class    Test,   Quiz,   Assignments,    Case    Presentation,   Class Participation, Projects, Team/Individual Assignments.

-The weightage of a sub-component should not exceed 50% of internal assessment component weight.

- The bifurcation of sub-components shall be communicated by the instructor before commencement of the academic sessions.

 

 

 

 

40%

 

 

Subject Title: Computer Applications in Management

                       (Non-Credit Course)

1.    Course Objectives and Outline:

The blooming technology has taken deep roots in every field nowadays. It is impossible for anyone to imagine a world without high modern computing environment. This course is included with the objective of making students use office applications more effectively. The course is expected to improve students’ various skills such as; computer based analytical skills, visual presentation skills and document editing skills.

 

2.   Teaching Scheme (Hours per week)

Lecture (Hrs.)

 

Tutorial

 

Practical

 

Credit

Evaluation Scheme (Marks)

 

Total

University Assessment

Continuous Assessment

-

2

2

-

-

-

-

 

3.    Course Pedagogy

Pedagogy for this course includes seminars and laboratory sessions. Students shall be asked to complete computer based assignments and they have to prepare small reports which needs the  use of spreadsheet, document editor and presentation slides. It is recommended to give a joint assignment of this course with regular courses (such as Financial Management, Research Methodology etc.).

4.   Suggested Readings

  1. Web-Links

 

5.   Evaluation of students

This being a non-credit course, students shall not be evaluated on the basis of traditional examination. For successful completion of the course, students have to complete all the assignments and obtain ““” (satisfactory) grade from their faculty mentor(s). A student obtaining “U” (unsatisfactory) grade has to repeat the course in the next immediate semester and has to obtain ““” grade.

 

 

Subject Title: Event Management and Leadership

                       (Non-Credit Course)

1.   Course Objectives and Outline:

The course has been introduced with an objective of imparting practical knowledge of various management functions such as Planning, Organizing, Leading and Controlling through the event management exposure in a practical set-up.

 

2.   Teaching Scheme (Hours per week)

Lecture (Hrs.)

 

Tutorial

 

Practical

 

Credit

Evaluation Scheme (Marks)

 

Total

University Assessment

Continuous Assessment

-

2

1

-

-

-

-

 

3.    Course Pedagogy

In this non-credit course, students are expected to work in groups. The students’ groups shall be assigned a small project where in they have to prepare a detail proposal for an event. Preparation of proposal shall follow by a presentation before the faculty panel. Besides the project, the  students are also expected to actively participate in the organization process of various events being organized regularly in the campus.

4.   Suggested Readings

  1. books
    • Event Management by Sitaram Sing: published by Anita Books

 

5.   Evaluation of students

This being a non-credit course, students shall not be evaluated on the basis of traditional examination. For successful completion of the course, students have to complete all the assignments and obtain ““” (satisfactory) grade from their faculty mentor(s). A student obtaining “U” (unsatisfactory) grade has to repeat the course in the next immediate semester and has to obtain ““” grade.

 

Subject Title: Elements of Marketing

1.    Course Objectives and Outline:

Managing marketing function in the constantly changing business environment is an essential requirement for business success. The objective of this course is to train students to apply concepts and techniques in marketing so that they become acquainted with the duties of a marketing manager. Students will be exposed to the development, evaluation, and implementation of marketing management in a variety of business environments. Specifically, this course seeks to develop the students' skills in applying the analytic perspectives, decision tools, and concepts of marketing to decisions involving segmentation, targeting and positioning; product offering; pricing; distribution channels and marketing communications. It provides an understanding of the theories of the marketing mix variables, and a practical application in the context of the marketing management cycle processes of research, planning, organization, implementation and control.

 

2.   Teaching Scheme (Hours per week) 

Lecture (Hrs.)

 

Tutorial

 

Practical

 

Credit

Evaluation Scheme (Marks)

 

Total

University Assessment

Continuous Assessment

4

-

-

4

60

40

100

 

3.    Syllabus

 

Module No.

Contents

Total Hours

Weight

1

Defining Marketing

Core Concepts in Marketing Marketing Strategies & Plans

Analyzing Business and Consumer Markets

12

25%

2

Creating Customer Value, Satisfaction & Loyalty Segmentation & Targeting

Dealing with Competition

12

25%

3

Creating Brand Equity and Positioning

Designing Product Strategy and Managing Services Introducing New Marketing Offerings

Designing and Executing Pricing Strategies

12

25%

4

Designing and Managing Marketing Channels

-        Retailing

-        Wholesaling

-        Logistics

Designing and Executing Promotion Strategies

-        Managing Advertising, Sales Promotions, Events, and

12

25%

 

 

 

Public Relations

-        Managing Direct Marketing. Word of mouth and Personal Selling

 

 

 

4.    Course Pedagogy

This course is taught with both strategic and managerial focus. Pedagogy for this course involves real life cases, discussions, exercises, video cases and activities, students would be given opportunities to perform the role of a marketing manager. At the end of this course, participants should have acquired analytical skills in solving marketing related problems and challenges and be familiar with the strategic marketing management process.

5.   Suggested Readings

  1. Books

 

Sr.

No.

Books

1

Marketing Management - A South Asian Perspective; By Kotler, Keller , Koshy and Jha; Pearson Education; Latest Edition

2

Marketing Management - Indian context; By Ramaswami & Namakumari; Macmillan(India) Limited , Latest Edition

3

Principles of Marketing; By Philip Kotler and Gary Armstrong; Pearson Education; Latest Edition

 

  1. Journals/Magazines
    • International Journal of Research in Marketing, By European Marketing Academy
    • International Journal of Marketing Studies, By Canadian Center of Science and Education
    • Indian Journal of Marketing, By Associated Management Consultants Private Limited
    • ELK Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Retail Management, By ELK Asia Pacific Journals
    • South Asian Journal of Marketing and Management Research, By South Asian Academic Research journals
    • Business Today
    • Outlook Business
    • Business World

 

 

c.       Web-Links

 

6.   Evaluation Scheme

 

Sr. No.

Component

Weight

1

University Examination

60%

 

 

 

 

2

Internal Assessment

-Depending on the need and objectives of the subject, internal assessment should include minimum three of the following sub- components;

Class Test, Quiz, Assignments, Case Presentation, Class Participation, Projects, Team/Individual Assignments.

-The weightage of a sub-component should not exceed 50% of internal assessment component weight.

- The bifurcation of sub-components shall be communicated by the instructor before commencement of the academic sessions.

 

 

 

 

40%

 

 

Subject Title: Financial Management

1.    Course Objectives and Outline:

Financial management includes adoption of general management principles for financial implementation. The course is designed with the objectives of imparting knowledge, and decision making skills in the following areas;

  • Financial Analysis
  • Investment Decisions
  • Financing Decisions
  • Capital Structure Decisions

 

2.   Teaching Scheme (Hours per week)

Lecture (Hrs.)

 

Tutorial

 

Practical

 

Credit

Evaluation Scheme (Marks)

 

Total

University Assessment

Continuous Assessment

3

1

-

4

60

40

100

 

3.    Syllabus

 

Module No.

Contents

Total Hours

Weight

1

*Introduction to Financial Management

*Time Value of Money

*Valuation of Bond & share Open Contents

-Case   studies    pertaining   to   financial   planning   of    an individual.

-Applications of spreadsheet.

-Working of stock exchange and Index mechanism.

12

25%

2

*Capital Budgeting Techniques

*Cost of Capital

*Basics of Risk and Return

*Estimation of Project Cash Flow Open Contents

-Case studies

-Spreadsheet applications

12

25%

3

*Sources of Long- Term Finance :

*Leverage

*Working Capital Policy(Factors, Current asset Policy, Operating Cycle, Cash Cycle, Estimation of Working Capital Requirements)

*Cash and Liquidity Management

12

25%

 

 

 

Open Contents

-Case Studies

 

 

4

*Credit Management

*Inventory Management

*Working Capital Financing

*Dividend Policy and Firm Value

12

25%

 

4.    Course Pedagogy

The course pedagogy is designed to meet the expected course outcomes. Pedagogy includes Lectures, solving of selected numerical, Case study discussion, demonstration of spreadsheet applications etc.

5.   Suggested Readings

  1. Books

 

Sr.

No.

Books

1

Financial Management, Prasanna Chandra, TMH

2

Financial Management,I.M.Pandey, Vikas publication

3

Financial Management, M.Y. Khan and PK Jain, TMH

4

Financial Management, Sheeba  Kapil, Pearson publication

5

Financial Management,Srivastav,Misra,Oxford

6

Financial Management, Rajiv Srivastava and Anil Misra,Oxford

7

Financial Management: Theory And Practice, Eugene F. Brigham & Michael C. Ehrhardt, Cengage publication

8

Financial Management, Reddy, HPH publication

9

Financial Management,Rustagi, Taxman publication

10

Financial Management, Shashi K Gupta, R.K. Sharma, Kalyani publication

 

  1. Journals/Magazines
  • Finance India

 

c.       Web-Links

 

 

 

6.   Evaluation Scheme

 

Sr. No.

Component

Weight

1

University Examination

60%

 

 

 

 

2

Internal Assessment

-Depending on the need and objectives of the subject, internal assessment should include minimum three of the following sub- components;

Class Test, Quiz, Assignments, Case Presentation, Class Participation, Projects, Team/Individual Assignments.

-The weightage of a sub-component should not exceed 50% of internal assessment component weight.

- The bifurcation of sub-components shall be communicated by the instructor before commencement of the academic sessions.

 

 

 

 

40%



 

 

Subject Title: Human Resource Management

1.    Course Objectives and Outline:

Human Resource Management plays a vital role in today’s corporate world. Especially in countries like India where we blessed with tremendous talent and manpower but only need to develop quality HR policies and practices. Here, objective of the course is to develop sufficient technical and behavioral HRM skills in students, So that he/she will contribute a quality work in growth of corporate and nation. Course will enhance student’s confidence level and make him/her ready for future challenges in corporate world.

2.   Teaching Scheme (Hours per week)

Lecture (Hrs.)

 

Tutorial

 

Practical

 

Credit

Evaluation Scheme (Marks)

 

Total

University Assessment

Continuous Assessment

4

-

-

4

60

40

100

 

3.    Syllabus

 

Module No.

Contents

Total Hours

Weight

1

Introduction to HRM, Role and Challenges, Environment of HRM, Strategic HRM, Human Resource Planning, Job Analysis.

12

25%

2

Recruitment, Selection and Interviewing Candidates, Orientation, Socialization and Placement Career Planning, Training and Development, Management Development,

12

25%

3

Organizational Development, Performance Appraisal, Establishing Pay Plans, Employee Remuneration, Incentive Payment, Executive Remuneration.

12

25%

4

Employee Welfare, Industrial Relations, Discipline and Disciplinary Action, Employee Grievances, Disputes and its Resolutions, Trade Unions, HR- Audit, HR Accounting, International HRM.

12

25%

 

4.    Course Pedagogy

The pedagogy of the subject emphasizes on improving basic understanding and comprehension of the HR function in organization. The study goes on expanding the scope of learning and understanding various HR functions through concept discussion, problem solving, role play and case based learning. It’s also incorporating group work as major component of course.

 

 

5.   Suggested Readings

  1. Books

 

Sr.

No.

Books

1

Human Resource Management By Pravin Durai, Pearson Education

2

Human Resource Management ByGary Dessler and Biju Varkkey, Pearson Education

3

Human Resource and Personnel Management: Text and Cases By K. Aswathappa, The McGraw-Hill Companies

4

Industrial Relations By C.S. Venkata Ratnam, OXFORD University press

5

Industrial Relations, Trade Unions and Labour Legislation By P.R.N. Sinha, Indu Bala Sinha and Seema Priyadarshini Shekhar, Pearson Education

 

  1. Journals/Magazines
    • Indian Journal of Industrial
    • Journal of Human
    • HRM
    • Indian Journal of Training and
    • The IUP Journal of Management
    • Business India/India Today/Outlook.

 

c.       Web-Links

 

 

6.   Evaluation Scheme

 

Sr. No.

Component

Weight

 

1

University Examination

(The university examination for this subject may be open book examination. In case of open book examination, case analysis may be asked in the question paper)

 

60%

 

 

 

 

2

Internal Assessment

-Depending on the need and objectives of the subject, internal assessment should include minimum three of the following sub- components;

Class Test, Quiz, Assignments, Case Presentation, Class Participation, Projects, Team/Individual Assignments.

-The weightage of a sub-component should not exceed 50% of internal assessment component weight.

- The bifurcation of sub-components shall be communicated by the instructor before commencement of the academic sessions.

 

 

 

 

40%

 

 

Subject Title: Manufacturing and Operations Management

1.    Course Objectives and Outline:

This course examines the functional area of production and operations management in the manufacturing industry. This course focuses on the role of operations management as a strategic element of the total organization. We will cover classic and up-to-date tools and concepts used to support operational managerial decisions. Topics include decision-making, facility location and layout planning, aggregate production planning, inventory management, project management, waiting line analysis, and modern production concepts. This course is designed for students to develop an understanding of the strategic importance of manufacturing supply chains and how operations can provide a competitive advantage in the marketplace.

2.   Teaching Scheme (Hours per week)

Lecture (Hrs.)

 

Tutorial

 

Practical

 

Credit

Evaluation Scheme (Marks)

 

Total

University Assessment

Continuous Assessment

3

1

-

4

60

40

100

 

3.    Syllabus

 

Module No.

Contents

Total Hours

Weight

1

·         Essentials of Manufacturing Management

·         Product Development & Process Selection

·         Manufacturing Systems Classification

·         Facilities Location & Layout Planning

·         Assembly Line Balancing

12

25%

2

Aggregate Production Planning:

-Need for Aggregate Production Planning, Basic  strategies for Aggregate Production Planning, Aggregate Production Planning Methods,

Inventory Management

-An Overview of Material Management

-Managing Inventory of Independent Demand Items (EOQ, Quantity Discounts, ABC Analysis)

Safety Management

12

25%

3

Project Management

-CPM, PERT, Crashing of Network

Scheduling

-Need for Scheduling, Single Machine Scheduling, Scheduling of Job Shops

12

25%

 

 

4

Waiting Line Analysis(Queuing)

-Elements of Waiting Line, Waiting Line Analysis & Quality, Single Server Models

Transportation Problems Advanced Manufacturing Systems

-Introduction to JIT, TQM, Six Sigma, Kanban, Kaizen

12

25%

 

4.    Course Pedagogy

Pedagogy for this course includes lectures, class discussions, homework assignments, assigned readings, films and videos, field visits and case studies to provide an overview of the field of manufacturing and operations management. Students are required to read the assigned material prior to each lecture and participate in the class discussion of the lecture. Apart from this students have to participate in group work assigned like case studies, presentations and laboratory work as that will be part of their continuous evaluation.

5.   Suggested Readings

  1. Books

 

Sr.

No.

Books

1

Production and Operations Management, By R Panneerselvam,  Prentice-Hall India

2

Production and Operations Management, By Kanishka Bedi, Oxford Higher Education

3

Quantitative Techniques in Management, By N.D. Vohra, The McGraw-Hill

4

Operations Management-Quality and Competitiveness in a Global Environment, By Russell & Taylor, Wiley-India Edition

 

  1. Journals/Magazines
    • Journal of Operations Management, ELSEVIER
    • International Journal of Operations & Production Management
    • International Journal of Supply and Operations Management

 

c.       Web-Links

 

 

 

 

6.   Evaluation Scheme

 

Sr. No.

Component

Weight

1

University Examination

60%

 

 

 

 

2

Internal Assessment

-Depending on the need and objectives of the subject, internal assessment should include minimum three of the following sub- components;

Class Test, Quiz, Assignments, Case Presentation, Class Participation, Projects, Team/Individual Assignments.

-The weightage of a sub-component should not exceed 50% of internal assessment component weight.

- The bifurcation of sub-components shall be communicated by the instructor before commencement of the academic sessions.

 

 

 

 

40%

 

 

Subject Title: Research Methods and Analytical Techniques

1.    Course Objectives and Outline:

A common experience of all organizations is that the managers there of encounter problems on a daily basis, which they have to solve by making the right decisions. Knowledge of research helps one to look at the available information in sophisticated and creative ways in the fast-paced global environment that businesses face. The course of Research Methods and Analytical Techniques  helps the future managers to understand

  • Scientific approach towards Business Research Processes
  • Data Measurement
  • Data preparation
  • Analysis of data
  • Interpretation of data analysis
  • Computing skill in Research

2.   Teaching Scheme (Hours per week)

Lecture (Hrs.)

 

Tutorial

 

Practical

 

Credit

Evaluation Scheme (Marks)

 

Total

University Assessment

Continuous Assessment

3

1

-

4

60

40

100

 

3.    Syllabus

 

Module No.

Contents

Total Hours

Weight

1

Define Research and Business Research, Types of Business Research, Ethics in Business Research, Business Research Process, Business Research Proposal, Research Design, Qualitative and Quantitative Research

12

25%

2

Measurement and Scaling, Rating Scales, Ranking Scales, Reliability and Validity, Selection of Measurement Scale, Data Collection Methods, Sources of Data, Interview, Questionnaire Method, Survey Method, Observation Method, Sample Size and Sampling Decision, Sampling Error

12

25%

3

Data Analysis-Data Preparation, Descriptive Analysis using Tables, Graphs, and Charts, Introduction to Hypothesis Testing, Type-I and Type-II Error, Hypothesis Testing for Single Population, Hypothesis for Two population

12

25%

4

Analysis of Variance, Completely Randomized Design, Randomized Blocked Design, Hypothesis for Categorical Data Chi Square Test, Correlation and Simple Regression Analysis, Data Presentation- Report Writing

12

25%

 

 4.    Course Pedagogy

The pedagogy of the Research Methods and Analytical Techniques emphasizes on class room interaction with students as well as field exposure. Conceptual understanding is more important than factual knowledge. The course helps students to develop understanding of concepts by offering a range of activities that engage them in actively constructing their understanding for research concepts through assignments and mini projects. It also ensures that the students undergo application based learning for concepts and learn use of research in decision making through case studies and workshops.

(Students shall be provided necessary Equations and Tables during examinations.)

 

5.   Suggested Readings

  1. Books

 

Sr.

No.

Books

1

Research Methods for Business A skill building Approach by Uma Sekaran, Wiley publication

2

Business Research Methods by Cooper and Schindler, McGraw-Hill publication

3

Business Research Methods by William Zikmund, S-W Learning

4

Business Research Methods by Naval Bajpai, Pearson publication

5

Statistics for Management by Richard Levine and David Rubin, Pearson publication

6

Business Statistics for Cotemporary Decision Making by Ken Black, Willey publication

 

  1. Journals/Magazines
    • Journal of Marketing Research, American Marketing Association
    • Journal of Business Research, Elsevier
    • Journal of Business Research, Science Direct

 

c.       Web-Links

 

 

6.   Evaluation Scheme

 

Sr. No.

Component

Weight

1

University Examination

60%

 

 

 

 

2

Internal Assessment

-Depending on the need and objectives of the subject, internal assessment should include minimum three of the following sub- components;

Class Test, Quiz, Assignments, Case Presentation, Class Participation, Projects, Team/Individual Assignments.

-The weightage of a sub-component should not exceed 50% of internal assessment component weight.

- The bifurcation of sub-components shall be communicated by the instructor before commencement of the academic sessions.

 

 

 

 

40%

 

 

Subject Title: Summer Internship Program

1.    Course Objectives and Outline:

Summer internship Program intends to provide an industry exposure to management students by working with organization. By doing summer internship Program students will get chance to apply management learned in 1st year of MBA concept into real life organizational and environmental situations. This will enable the students to explore an industry/organization and sharpen their skills in a familiar field. Program also offers chance to student to expand professional network.

 

2.   Teaching Scheme (Hours per week)

 

Lecture (Hrs.)

 

Tutorial

 

Practical

 

Credit

Evaluation Scheme (Marks)

 

Total

University Assessment

Continuous Assessment

The subject being training based project, a student is required to undergo training for 6 to 8 weeks in an organization  during the summer vacation.

 

08

 

120

 

80

 

200

 

3.    Outline:

 

At the end of Second Semester each student shall undertake a Summer Internship Programme (SIP) for 6 to 8 weeks. It is mandatory for the student to seek advance written approval from the Institute about organization before commencing the SIP. The SIP may or may not have a Functional Focus, i.e. the student may take up a SIP in his/her intended area of specialization or in any other functional area of management. Ideally the SIP should exhibit a cross-functional orientation.

 

SIP may be a research project – based on primary / secondary data or may be an operational assignment involving working by the student on a given task/assignment/project in an organization

/ industry. It is expected that the SIP shall sensitize the students to the demands of the workplace. The learning outcomes and utility to the organization must be specifically highlighted. The student shall submit a written structured report based on work done during this period.

 

The report should be well documented and supported by –

  • Executive summary
  • Organization /Industry profile
  • Outline of the problem/task undertaken
  • Research methodology & data analysis (in case of research projects only)
  • Relevant activity charts, tables, graphs, diagrams,

 

 

  • Learning of the student through the project
  • References in appropriate referencing

 

Project Report should reflect the nature and quantum of work undertaken by the student. The report must reflect 8 weeks of work and justify the same. The completion of the SIP shall be certified by the respective Faculty Guide & approved by the Director of the Institute. The external organization (Corporate / NGO/ SME/ etc.) shall also certify the SIP work. The student shall submit the project report after completion of the training to the institute.

 

4.   Evaluation Scheme:

 

The University shall conduct viva-voce for evaluation of the SIP. The Panel shall comprise of the External and Internal examiners.

 

Sr. No.

Component

Weightage

1

University Examination

60%

2

Continuouss Assessment

40%

 

The Internal & the External viva-voce shall evaluate the project based on:

  1. Actual work undertaken by the student
  2. Students’ understanding of the organization and business environment
  3. Outcome of the project
  4. Utility of the project to the organization

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