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I want the syllabus of Jammu And Kashmir Public Service Commission JKPSC Court Manager for Judiciary exam so can you provide me?
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I am providing you the syllabus of Jammu And Kashmir Public Service Commission JKPSC Court Manager for Judiciary exam

JKPSC Court Manager for Judiciary exam syllabus

I. Managerial Function : Concept and Foundations of Management, Evolution of
Management Thoughts; Managerial Functions Planning, Organizing, Controlling; Decision
making; Role of Manager, Managerial skills; Communication, its role and process, barriers
and effective communication Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurial competencies Entrepreneurial
process, Entrepreneur, Ownership structures; Management of innovation ; Managing in a
global environment, Flexible Systems Management; Social responsibility and managerial
ethics. Corporate governance and the ethical value system, culture and individual ethics,
environmental protection and fair trade practice, transparency, disclosures and corporate social
responsibility; Process and customer orientation; Managerial processes on direct and indirect
value chain.

II. Organisational Behaviour and Design : Conceptual model of organization behaviour;
The individual processes personality, values and attitude, perception and formation,
motivation, learning and reinforcement. Theories of motivation, work stress and stress
management; The dynamics of organization behaviour power and politics, conflict and
negotiation, leadership process and styles, communication; The Organizational Processes -
decision making, job design; Classical, Neoclassical and Contingency approaches to
organizational design; Organizational theory and design - organizational culture, managing
cultural diversity, learning organization; organizational change and development ; Knowledge
Based Enterprise systems and processes; Networkedand virtual organizations.

III Business Economics: Conceptual nature and scope of managerial economics, Theory of
Demand and elasticity, forecasting and measurement of demand, production and cost function,
theory of firm and types of competition, Macroeconomics aggregates and concepts- GNP,
GDP. Capital formation and inflation, Determination of National Income. Employment,
Balance of Payment, Fiscal impact and investment, Business fluctuation and trade cycle.
Economic decisions of 21st century

IV. Human Resource ManagementHR challenges; HRM functions; The future challenges
of HRM; Strategic Management of human resources; Human resource planning; Job analysis;
Job evaluation; Recruitment and selection; Trainingand development; Promotion and transfer;
Performance management; Performance Appraisal System methods; Compensation
management and benefits; Employee morale and productivity; Management of organizational
climate and Industrial relations; Human resources accounting and audit; Human resource
information system; International human resource management; Industrial Relations;
Grievance mechanism system; Workers participation in management.

V. Accounting for Managers Financial accounting concept, importance and scope,
generally accepted accounting principles, preparation of financial statements with special
reference to analysis of a balance sheet and measurement of business income, inventory
valuation and depreciation, financial statement analysis, ratio analysis and fund flow analysis,
the statement of cash flows; Management accounting concept, need, importance and scope;
Cost accounting records and processes, cost ledger and control accounts, reconciliation and
integration between financial and cost accounts; Break even point; profit analysis,
responsibility accounting and centres. Overhead cost and control, Job and process costing,
Budget and budgetary control, Performance budgeting, Zero-base budgeting, relevant costing
and costing for decision-making, standard costing and variance analysis, marginal costing and
absorption costing. Causes and disposition of variance, Inflation accounting; techniques,
Human resource accounting and concepts.

VI. Financial Management Goals of finance function; Concepts of value and return;
Valuation of bonds and shares; Management of working capital: Estimation and financing;
Management of cash, receivables, inventory and current liabilities; Cost of capital; Capital
budgeting; methods, Internal Rate of Return and introduction of Risk in capital budgeting ;
Financial and operating leverage; Design of capital structure: theories and practices;
Shareholder value creation: dividend policy, dividend decision and value of firm; and relevant
theories; corporate financial policy and strategy, management of corporate distress and
restructuring strategy; Capital and money markets: institutions and instruments; Leasing, hire
purchase and venture capital; Regulation of capitalmarket; Risk and return: portfolio theory;
CAPM; APT; Financial derivatives: option, futures, swap; Recent reforms in financial sector.

VII. Marketing Management: Concept, evolution and scope; Marketing strategy formulation
and components of marketing plan; Segmenting and targeting the market; Positioning and
differentiating the market offering; Analyzing competition; Analyzing consumer markets;
Consumer Behavior, Brand building, dealing with competition, Brand equity, Product and
packaging management, Product Life Cycle and New Product Development, Industrial buyer
behaviour; Market research; Product strategy; Pricing strategies; Designing and managing
Marketing channels, channel conflict management; Integrated marketing communications;
Building customer satisfaction, Value and retention; Services and non-profit marketing; Ethics
in marketing; Consumer protection; Internet marketing; Retail management Strategic
Decisions in Retail management, Value chain and inventory management; Customer
relationship management; Concept of holistic marketing. Advertising and Personal selling,
Direct marketing and Internet marketing, Socially responsible marketing.

VIII. Quantitative Techniques in Decision Making : Functions and their managerial
applications, Concept of derivatives of functions and finding maxima and minima,
Descriptive statistics tabular, graphical and numerical methods, introduction to probability,
discrete and continuous probability distributions, inferential statistics, sampling distributions,
central limit theorem, hypothesis testing for differences between means and proportions,
inference about population variances, Chi-square and ANOVA, simple correlation and
regression, time series and forecasting, decision theory, index numbers; Linear programming
problem formulation, simplex method and graphical solution, sensitivity analysis.
Transportation and Assignment problems, PERT and CPM and managerial applications

XI. Production and Operations Management : Fundamentals of operations management;
Organizing for production; Aggregate production planning, capacity planning, plant design:
process planning, plant size and scale of operations, Management of facilities; Line balancing;
Equipment replacement and maintenance; Production control; Supply chain management -
vendor evaluation and audit; Quality management; Statistical process control, Six Sigma;
Flexibility and agility in manufacturing systems; World class manufacturing; Project
management concepts, R&D management, Management of service operations; Role and
importance of materials management, value analysis,make or buy decision; Inventory control,
MRP; Waste management.

X. Management Information System : Conceptual foundations of information systems;
Information theory; Information resource management; Types of information systems;
Systems development - Overview of systems and design; System development management
life-cycle, Designing for online and distributed environments; Implementation and control of
project; Trends in information technology; Managingdata resources - Organizing data; DSS
and RDBMS; Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Expert systems, e-Business architecture,
e-Governance; Information systems planning, Flexibility in information systems; User
involvement; Evaluation of information systems.

XI. Government Business Interface : State participation in business, Interaction between
Government, Business and different Chambers of Commerce and Industry in India;
Governments policy with regard to Small Scale Industries; Government clearances for
establishing a new enterprise; Public Distribution System; Government control over price and
distribution; Consumer Protection Act (CPA) and The Role of voluntary organizations in
protecting consumers rights; New Industrial Policy of the Government: liberalization,
deregulation and privatization; Indian planning system; Government policy concerning
development of Backward areas/regions; The Responsibilities of the business as well as the
Government to protect the environment; Corporate Governance; Cyber Laws.

XII. Strategic Management :Business policy as a field of study; Nature and scope of
strategic management, Strategic intent, vision, objectives and policies; Process of strategic
planning and implementation; Corporate Level Strategy, Business Level Strategy, Strategic
Analysis and Choice; Environmental analysis and internal analysis; SWOT analysis; Tools
and techniques for strategic analysis - Impact matrix: The experience curve, BCG matrix,
GEC mode, Industry analysis, Concept of value chain; Strategic profile of a firm; Framework
for analysing competition; Competitive advantage of a firm; Generic competitive strategies;
Growth strategies expansion, integration and diversification; Concept of core competence,
Strategic flexibility; Reinventing strategy; Strategy and structure; Chief Executive and Board;
Turnaround management; Management of strategic change; Strategic alliances, Mergers and
Acquisitions; Strategy and corporate evolution in the Indian context.

XIII. International Business : International Business Environment : Changing composition
of trade in goods and services; Indias Foreign Trade: Policy and trends; Financing of
International trade; Regional Economic Cooperation; FTAs; Internationalization of service
firms; International production; Operation Management in International companies;
International Taxation; Global competitiveness and technological developments; Global eBusiness; Designing global organizational structure and control; Multicultural management;
Global business strategy; Global marketing strategies; Export Management; Export- Import
procedures; Joint Ventures; Foreign Investment: Foreign direct investment and foreign
portfolio investment; Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions; Foreign Exchange Risk Exposure Management; World Financial Markets and International Banking; External Debt
Management; Country Risk Analysis

XIV. Computer Application in Business: Introduction to computers and their application in
business, Hardware and softwares, operating systems and Multiprogramming and
multiprocessing; programming languages; computer communication networks, Network
topologies an modes of data communication; Wired and wireless medium technologies;
Internet basics, email and servers, search engine and web portals, e-commence and mobile
commerce- their role in business transactions- banking, telecommunication and entertainment.

XV. Tourism Management: Air ticketing and Cargo management: Air cargo operations,
planning itinerary and types of journey, major online reservation packages, airline ticketing,
and cargo handling; destination management, planning, destination marketing, rationale for
tourism development, national and regional tourism planning and policies; tourism destination
and environment-tourism metamorphosis-ecotourism, cultural, ethnic tourism. Event
management, Destination management-overview of tourism; geographical regions of India,
seasonal rhythms and tourism circuits, J&K TDC, Tourism policy of J&K; Management issues
in tourism and hospitality industry. Hospitality and Housekeeping management, Front office,
Food and Beverage Management, Customer RelationshipManagement
B. Questions relating to General Knowledge
Questions on General Knowledge, shall comprise National Affairs , J&K Affairs and questions
relating to the subject.
It is further notified that break-up of the questions shall be as under:
i) Total questions - 120
ii) Pertaining to syllabus for Court Manager - 100
iii) Pertaining to General Knowledge -15
iv) Pertaining to knowledge of Computers -05 .
The questions shall be of multiple objective types,to be attempted inn two hours.
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