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Fees of MBA in MS University

What is the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda MBA programme fees structure, please provide here, bocz I want to do MBA Regular from MS Univ, & also give MS Univ MBA programme structure???
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16th June 2015, 03:24 PM
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Re: Fees of MBA in MS University

Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda MBA programme details are as given below;

MBA programme

Finance
Marketing
H.R.M

Fees:

Tuition Fee (Rs) 4750

Special Fee (Rs) 10000

Examination Stationary 500

Lab Fee (Rs) 3000

Total (Rs.) 18250

Eligibility;
Any Bachelor degree recognized by the Association of Indian Universities with minimum 50% marks through Regular/ Correspondence under 10+2+3 scheme.

Selection procedure:

Eligibility Fee Rs.200 for Indian Universities Graduates Rs.500 for Foreign University Graduates

Fee for Recognition Rs.100

Fee for Entrance Test Rs.100

Syllabus:
MS Univ MBA syllabus
1.1. Management Process and Behaviour
Unit – I
Nature and functions of Management – Levels of management – Different
approaches to management – Evolution of Management – Planning – Nature –
Importance – Types – Steps in planning process – MBO –Strategic planning process –
Decision making process – Models of decision making.
Unit – II
Formal/ Informal organization – Organizational structure – Organizing process –
Departmentalization – Authority delegation – Decentralization – Coordination –
Line/Staff relations – Staffing procedure – Training and development – Performance
appraisal.
Unit – III
Direction and Communication – Processes and Barriers – Leadership –
Characteristics of a leader – Approaches to leadership – Motivation concepts – Theories
of motivation – Controlling – Control techniques.
Unit – IV
Organizational Behavior (OB) – Definition – Nature and scope – OB model –
Group dynamics – Formation of groups – Team effectiveness – Team building –
Individual level concepts – Learning – Perception – Values – Attitudes – Personality.
Unit – V
Organizational Dynamics – Organizational culture – Organizational change –
Organization Development (OD) interventions- Business Ethics and Social
Responsibility – Corporate governance.
References
1. Stephen P. Robbins, Organizational Behavior, Prentice Hall of India,
2. Fred Luthans, Organizational Behaviour, McGraw Hill Book Co.
3. Udai Pareek, “Understanding Organizational Behaviour”, Oxford University
Press, N. Delhi.
4. Essentials of Management – Harold Koontz, Heinz Weihrich
5. Principles of Management – Tripathi, Reddy
6. Management: A competency based approach – Hellriegel and Slocum
1.2. Managerial Economics
Unit – I
Managerial Economics – Meaning, Nature and scope – Role in decision making –
Concepts of Managerial Economics.
Unit – II
Supply meaning and determinants – Production decisions – Production function –
Cost concepts – Cost output relationship. Economy of scale – Cost functions.
Unit – III
Market Structure – Characteristics – Pricing and output decisions – Methods of
pricing – Differential pricing Government intervention in pricing.
Unit – IV
Profit –Meaning and nature – Profit policies – Profit planning and fore costing
cost volume profit analysis –Investment analysis.
Unit –V
Macro Economics, aggregates and concepts – GNP, GDP, GDS. National Income
– Business Cycle – Inflation and deflation – Balance of payments – Monetary and fiscal
policies.
Reference
1. G.S. Gupta – Managerial Economics Tata Mc Graw Hill.
2. Varshney and Maheswari - Managerial Economics, Sultan Chand & Sons.
3. Mehta P.L. - Managerial Economics Sultan Chand & Sons.
4. Jocl Dean – Managerial Economics Prentice Hall.
5. Rengarajan L – Principles of Macro Economics, Tata McGra Hill.
1.3. Accounting For Managers
Unit – I
Accounting principles – Concepts – Basic of accounting – Journal – Ledger Trial
balance – Preparation of trading Profit and loss account and balance sheet (problems)-
Depreciation methods.
Unit – II
Financial statement analysis – Objectives –Accounting Ratio’s; Liquidity;
profitability, turnover and market test ratios – Problems and computation and
interpretation of various accounting ratios.
Unit – III
Fund flow statement analysis sources and applications of funds – Statement of
changes in working capital – Computation of fund from operations – Working for
computation of various sources and uses – Preparation of fund flow statement – Cash
flow statement – Problems – Distinction between funds flow and cash flow statement.
Unit – IV
Cost accounting meaning – Distinction between accounting and cost accounting-
Cost terminology; cost , cost centre, cost unit- Elements of cost- Cost sheet - Problems-
Activity based costing – Concept – Methodology application and uses – Target costing;
concept and applications.
Unit V
Marginal costing – Definition – Distinction between marginal costing and
absorption costing-Decision making under marginal costing system – Contribution P/V
Ratio, limiting factor, margin of safety, break even point problems – Computation of
break event point-Break even chart-Uses and limitation of break even chart – Uses and
limitation of break even analysis.
Budget, Budgeting, and Budgeting control – Distinction between budgetary
control and standard costing – Types of budgets – Preparation of production, purchases
and cash budget – Preparation of flexible budgets – Problems – Zero base budgeting.
Reference
1. Advanced Accountancy: R.L. Gupta and Radhasamy
2. Management Accounting: Brown and Howard
3. Management Accounting: Khan and Jain
4. Management Accounting: S.N. Maheswari
5. Management Accounting: Antony and Recace
6. Management Accounting: J. Batty
1.4. Business Environment
Unit I
Business Environment – The concept and significance – Constituents of business
environment – Business and society – Business and ethics – Business and culture –
Social Responsibility – Business and Government – Political System and its influence
on business – Indian constitution – Directive principles of state policy.
Unit II
Indian Economy – Economic Systems – National income, expenditure –
Investment – Economic planning – Priorities of IX plan – Income distribution and
poverty – Capital formation and domestic savings – Public and Private Sectors –
Privatization move – Fiscal Policy.
Unit III
Industrial Development – Industrial Policy resolution – Small Scale and Cottage
industries – Problems solutions – The new economic policy and its impact economy.
Unit IV
Legal Environment of Business – Forms of Business Organisation –
Environmental pollution and contrast – Ecosystem concepts –Basic concepts and their
application in business – Industrial ecology and recycling industry.
Unit V
International Business – Overview – Types of international Business – External
Environment – Economy and Political Environment Human and Cultural
Environment – Influence on Trade and investment pattern – Working financial
environment – Cross national Co-operation and agreements –Tariff and non-tariff
barriers GATT, WTO – Regional Block.
Reference
1. Rudder Dutt and Sundaram- Indian Economy
2. Cherunilam - Business Environment
3. Tuteja S.K. - Business Law for Managers
4. Amar chand - Government and Business
5. Bhalla V.K. & Shivaramu - International Business Environment and Business
1.5. Business Law
Unit I
Legal environment & business – Forms of business – Forms of Business
organization – Indian contract performance of contract –Essentials of agreements – Void
and voidable and illegal contract – Offer an distance –Capacities of the parties to create
contract – Consideration – Breach of contract – Remedies.
Unit II
Sale of good act – Transfer of property from buyer and seller. Law of Agency –
relation of principle agency – Personal liabilities of agents – Termination of agency.
Unit III
Indian Companies Act – Definition – Kinds – Incorporation of Companies –
Memorandum of Association articles of Association and Articles of Association –
Certificate of Incorporation – Prospectus.
Unit IV
Monopolies and Trade restrictive practices Act – Securities Exchange Board of
India Act – Custom and Central Excise Act – Central and State Sale Tax Act.
Unit V
Foreign Exchange Management Act – Patent Act. Intelligent Property Right –
Consumer Protection Act.
Reference
1. N.D. Kapoor – Elements of Commercial Law
2. N.C. Shukla – A manual of Mercantile Law
3. R.S. Daver – Indian Mercantile Law

Contact:
Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda
Maharaja Sayajirao University, Sayajigunj
Vadodara, Gujarat

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