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First year of Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration laid the foundation on which a student's career is built. Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration (BBA) stream is great for all those students who are serious about pursuing a career in finance, accounts, economics, banking, own business and management. BBA course covers basically accounting, economics, mathematics & statistics, finance and related subjects.

In Third year of BBA students can take a specilation subject from Finance, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Service Sector Management and Agri Business Management,

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Detailed Syllabus FY BBA.

Syllabus

FOR

FY B.B.A.

GENERAL SUBJECTS

University of Pune

F.Y. B.B.A.

BBA Semester I

Business Organization and Systems

Course code 101

Unit 1

Nature and Evolution of Business

1.1 Human Occupations – characteristics of Business—

Divisions of Business—Objectives of Business—

Requisites for success in Business

1.2 Development of commerce – Evolution of Industry—The

Industrial Revolution— Globalization—Emergence of MNCs

1.3 Recent Trends—Mergers and Acquisitions, Networking,

Franchising. BPOs and KPOs, E-Commerce, On-line

trading, Patents, trademarks and copy rights—Challenges

before Indian business Sector

Unit 2

Forms of Business Organizations

2.1 Mixed Economy—Private Sector—Public Sector—Cooperative

sector—Joint sector Service Sector

2.2 Forms of Business Organizations—Sole proprietorship—

Partnership firm—Joint stock company—Features—Merits

demerits and suitability of various forms of business

Unit 3

Setting up of a Business Enterprise

3.1 Decision in setting up of an enterprise—Opportunity and

idea generation - Role of creativity and innovation

3.2 Project Report—Business size and Location decisions—

Factors to be considered in starting a new unit—Government

policies

Unit 4

Domestic and Foreign Trade

4.1 Whole sale and Retail Trade –Emergence of Foreign

players in trading –Government policy-Effects of FDI on retail

trade

4.2 Organization of finance –Insurance—Transportation and

communication and other Services—Import and Export

procedure

Unit 5

Business and Society

5.1 Objectives of Business—Changing concept,

Professionalization

5.2 Business Ethics and culture—Technological and social

changes –Social responsibility of business—CSR—Social

Audit

Business Communication Skills

Course Code: 102

Unit 1

Introduction to Communication

Meaning, Definition, objective, Process, importance.

Principles of good Communication, Barriers to Communication,

Overcoming Barriers.

Unit 2

Methods and Types of Communication

Written Communication, Oral Communication,

Silent Communication – Body Language, Proximity, Touch,

Signs and Symbols, Paralinguistic,

-Advantages and disadvantages of each

Unit 3

Oral Communication

Meaning, Nature, Scope, Principles of Effective Oral

Communication, Techniques of Effective Speech, Press

Conference, Group Discussion, Interviews, Negotiation,

Presentations, The Art of Listening, Principles of Good

Listening, Barriers of Listening, Phone Etiquette, Grapevine

Unit 4

Business Correspondence

Need, Functions, Component and layout of Business letter,

Drafting of letters: Enquiry letter, Placing order, Complaints and

follow up letters, Sales letter, Circulars, Application for

employment and Resume, Notices, Agenda, Memo, Email

etiquette

Unit 5

Media of Communication

Introduction, Advantages and Disadvantages of – Telex,

Telegram, Fax, Voice Mail, Teleconferencing, Video

Conferencing, SIM Card, Dictaphone, SMS, MMS, Internet and

Social Media Sites.

Business Accounting

Course Code – 103

Unit 1 Introduction: Financial Accounting-definition and Scope,

objectives, Accounting concepts , principles and

conventions

Accounting Standards in general: - AS1, AS2, AS6.

Unit 2 Accounting Transactions and Final Accounts :-

Voucher system; Accounting Process, Journals, Ledger,

Cash Book , subsidiary books ,Trial Balance preparation of

Final Accounts of Sole Proprietorship(Trading and Profit &

Loss Account and Balance Sheet )

Unit 3 Bank Reconciliation Statement :- Meaning , importance

and preparation of Bank Reconciliation Statement

Unit 4 Depreciation: - Meaning, need, importance and methods

of charging depreciation - Written Down Value, Straight

Line Method.

Unit 5 Computerized Accounting: Computers and Financial

application, Accounting Software packages.

Business Economics (Micro)

Course Code - 104

Unit 1

INTRODUCTION

1.1 Meaning, Nature and Scope of Business Economics – Micro

and Macro

1.2 Basic Economic Problems

1.3 Circular Flow of Income and Expenditure

Unit 2

DEMAND and SUPPLY ANALYSIS

2.1 Concept of Demand and Supply

2.2 Elasticity of Demand and their types.

2.3 Factors Affecting Supply

2.4 Concept and Law of Supply

Unit 3

REVENUE AND COST ANALYSIS

3.1 Revenue Concepts - Total Revenue, Marginal Revenue,

Average Revenue and their relationship

3.2 Types of costs –

i) Accounting Costs and Economic Costs

ii) Short Run Cost Analysis: Fixed, Variable and Total Cost Curves,

Average and Marginal Costs

iii) Long Run Cost Analysis: Long Run Average and Marginal Cost

Curves

Unit 4

PRICING UNDER VARIOUS MARKET CONDITIONS

4.1 Perfect Competition - Equilibrium of Firm and Industry under

Perfect Competition

4.2 Monopoly - Price Determination under Monopoly

4.3 Monopolistic Competition – Non- price competition

4.4 Duopoly and Oligopoly – Meaning and characteristics

Unit 5

DISTRIBUTION

5.1 Rent: Modern Theory of Rent

5.2 Wages: Marginal Productivity Theory of Wage Determination

5.3 Interest: Liquidity Preference Theory of Interest

5.4 Profits: Dynamic, Innovation, Risk - Bearing and Uncertainty

Bearing Theories of Profits

Business Mathematics

Course code 105

Unit 1 Shares and Dividends

Concept of Shares, Stock exchange, Face Value, Market Value,

Dividend, Equity Shares, Preferential Shares, Bonus Shares,

Examples.

Unit 2 Permutations and Combinations

Permutations of ‘n’ dissimilar objects taken ‘r’ at a time (with or

without repetition). nPr = n! / (n-r)! (Without proof). Combinations of ‘r’

objects taken from ‘n’ objects. nCr = n! / r! (n-r)! (Without proof)

problems, Applications.

Unit 3 Matrices and Determinants (up to order 3 only)

Multivariable data, Definition of a Matrix, Types of Matrices, Algebra

of Matrices, Determinants, Adjoint of a Matrix, Inverse of a Matrix via

Adjoint Matrix, Homogeneous System of Linear equations, Condition

for Uniqueness for the homogeneous system, Solution of Nonhomogeneous

System of Linear equations (not more than three

variables). Condition for existence and uniqueness of solution,

Solution using inverse of the coefficient matrix, Problems.

Unit 4 Linear Programming problem (L.P.P.

Meaning of LPP, Formulation of LPP, and solution by graphical

methods.

Unit 5 Transportation problem (T.P.)

Statement and meaning of T.P. methods of finding initial basic

feasible solution by North West corner Rule, Matrix Minimum method

and Vogel’s approximation method. Simple numerical problems

(concept of degeneracy is not expected).

Business Demography and Environmental Studies

Course Code: 106

Unit 1

Introduction of demography

1.1 Meaning, Definition, Need, Importance & need of Demography

Studies for Business

1.2 Scope of demography, interdisciplinary approach of demography

1.3 Components of demography: Fertility, mortality and migration

1.4 Measures to calculate fertility and mortality rate

1.5 Factors affecting fertility and mortality

Unit 2

Distribution of Population and Population Growth

2.1Meaning of population distribution and population density,

Physical and cultural factors affecting the distribution of population

2.2 Concepts of over, optimum and under population with suitable

examples

2.3 Meaning and definition of population growth, Methods of

calculating population growth

2.4 Population growth in India since 1901

Unit 3

Population as Resource

3.1 Meaning of resource, types of resources

3.2 Importance of human resource in development and growth of

business

3.3 Concept of Literacy: importance of literate population as a

resource

3.4 Concept of sex ratio, Concept of Age & Sex Pyramid, Types of

age and sex pyramid, age and sex pyramids of different countries

3.5 Classification of population - Urban and rural population

3.6 Population below poverty line, working population, dependent

Population

Unit 4

Urbanization

4.1 Meaning, definitions of urbanization, factors responsible for

urbanization and problems of urbanization

4.2 Urbanization as Behavioral concept, structural concepts and

demographic concept

Unit 5

Environment and Environmental issues related to Business

5.1 Meaning and definition of environment

5.2 Types of Environment

5.3 Physical and Cultural components of environment

5.4 Need of environmental studies for Business Management

5.5 Environment factors affecting Business –

Physical factors –topography, climate, minerals, water resources;

Cultural factors – infrastructure – technology tradition, political, social,

education

5.6 Global warming and Kyoto Protocol, Oil Crisis and its impact on

Business

5.7 Problems related to water resources

5.8 Types of pollution –Air, Water, Noise - Effects and causes of

pollution

5.9 Remedial measures to control pollution

5.10 Interrelationship between industrialization and pollution

BBA Semester II

Principles of Management

Course Code – 201

Unit 1

Nature of Management

1.1 Meaning, Definition, Nature, Importance & Functions

1.2 Management an Art, Science & Profession-Management as

social System

1.3 Concept of Management-Administration-Organization-

Universality of management

Unit 2

Evolution of management Thoughts

2.1 Contribution of F.W.Taylor, Henri Fayol, Elton Mayo, Chester

Barnard & Peter Drucker to the management thought

2.2 Various approaches to management (i.e. School of

management thought) Indian management Thought

Unit 3

Functions of Management : Part – l

3.1 Planning –Meaning –Need & Importance, types levels –

advantages & limitations; Forecasting- Need & Techniques;

Decision making – Types - Process of rational decision making &

techniques of decision making.

3.2 Organizing – Elements of organizing & process

Types of organizations, Delegation of authority – Need, difficulties

in delegation – Decentralization.

3.3 Staffing – Meaning & importance

Unit 4

Functions of Management : Part –II

4.1 Direction - Nature – Principles

Communication – Types & Importance

Motivation - Importance – Theories

Leadership – Meaning - Styles, qualities & functions of leaders

4.2 Controlling – Need, nature, Importance, Process & techniques

4.3 Co-ordination - Need – Importance

Unit 5

Recent Trends in Management

5.1 Management of change

5.2 Management of Crisis

5.3 Total Quality Management

5.4 Stress Management

5.5 International Management

Principles of Marketing

Course Code: 202

Unit 1

Introduction and Functions of Marketing

1.1 Marketing – Definitions, Concept, objectives, importance and

functions of marketing: on the basis of exchange, on the basis of

physical supply and facilitating functions

1.2 Approaches to the study of Marketing

1.3 Relevance of Marketing in a developing economy.

1.4 Changing profile and challenges faced by a Marketing manager

Unit 2

Classification and types of markets

2.1 Traditional classification of marketing

2.2 Service Marketing: 7P’s of services marketing, importance of

services marketing, importance of service sectors

2.3 Rural Marketing: Meaning, feature & importance of rural marketing,

Difficulties in rural marketing and suggestions for improvement of

Rural Marketing

2.4 Retail marketing

2.5 Tele marketing

2.6 E-Marketing

2.7 Digital marketing: meaning, importance of digital marketing

2.8 Green marketing

Unit 3

Marketing Environment and Market Segmentation

3.1 Marketing Environment – Meaning, Internal & external factors

influencing Marketing environment: political, social, economical,

international, technological multi cultural environment

3.2 Market Segmentation: Meaning, Definition, Essentials of

effective Market Segmentation, types of segmentation

Unit 4

Marketing Mix

4.1: Product mix and Price mix

Meaning, scope and importance of marketing mix

a. Product mix: concept of a product, product characteristics:

intrinsic and extrinsic , PLC, Product simplification, product

elimination, product diversification , new product development

b. Price mix : meaning, element , importance of price mix , factors

influencing pricing , pricing methods and recent trends

4.2 : Place mix and Promotion mix

c. Place mix: meaning and concepts of channel of distribution,

types of channel of distribution or intermediaries, Factors

influencing selection of channels, types of distribution strategies:

intensive, selective and extensive recent changes in terms of

logistics and supply chain management.

d. Promotion mix: meaning, elements of promotion mix: advertising:

meaning, definitions, importance and limitations of advertising,

types of media: outdoor, indoor, print, press, transit - merits and

demerits, concept of media mix, Recent trends in promotion

Unit 5

Marketing Planning, Marketing Information System, Marketing

Research

5.1 Marketing planning: meaning, scope, importance, essentials and

steps in marketing planning ,Importance and difficulties in marketing

planning

5.2 Marketing Information System: Concept, components and

importance of Marketing Information System

5.3 Marketing Research – Meaning, definitions, objectives and scope of

marketing research, difference between market research and marketing

research, types & techniques of Marketing Research, Use of Marketing

Research in management

PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE

Course Code – 203

Unit 1 Introduction

1.1 Finance - Definition - Nature and scope of finance function

1.2 Financial Management - Meaning – Approaches :-

Traditional , Modern

1.3 Role of finance manager.

Unit 2 Sources of Finance

2.1 External: - Shares, Debentures, Public Deposits, Borrowing from

banks: - meaning, types, advantages and limitations of these sources.

2.2 Internal: - Reserves and surplus, Bonus shares, Retained earnings,

Dividend policy; Meaning, advantages and limitations of these sources.

Unit 3 Capital Structure

3.1 Meaning - criteria for determining capital structure.

3.2 Factors affecting capital structure.

3.3 Capitalization:- Meaning ,

3.4 Over capitalization and Under Capitalization - meaning, causes,

consequences, remedies

Unit 4 Financial planning

4.1 Meaning and objectives

4.2 Process

4.3 Methods of forecasting

4.4 Basic considerations

4.5 Limitations.

Unit 5 Recent Trends in business finance:- Meaning and nature of-

5.1 Venture Capital

5.2 Leasing

5.3 Microfinance

5.4 Mutual Fund

Basics of Cost Accounting

Course Code: 204

Unit 1: Introduction

1.1 Concept of Cost, Costing, Cost Accounting & Cost Accountancy

1.2 Limitations of Financial Accounting

1.3 Origin, Objectives and Features of Cost Accounting

1.4 Advantages and Limitations of Cost Accounting

1.5 Difference between Financial and Cost Accounting

1.6 Conceptual analysis of Cost Unit & Cost Centre

Unit 2: Elements of cost and Cost Sheet

2.1 Material, Labour and other Expenses

2.2 Classification of Cost & Types of Costs

2.3 Preparation of Cost Sheet

Unit 3: Overheads

3.1 Meaning and Definitions

3.2 Classification of Overheads

3.3 Collection, allocation, apportionment and reapportionment of

overheads

3.4 Under and over absorption – Definition and Reasons

Unit 4 Methods of Costing

4.1. Contract Costing – Meaning and features of contract costing,

works certified and uncertified, escalation clause, cost plus contract,

work in progress, profit on incomplete contract

4.2. Process Costing - Meaning, Features of process costing,

preparation of process costing including Normal and Abnormal

Loss/Gains

4.3 Service costing – Meaning, Features and application, cost unit –

simple and composite, Preparation of cost sheet for transport

service

Unit 5 Cost Audit:

5.1 Meaning , definition, objectives and scope

5.2 Advantages of Cost Audit

5.3 Difference between Financial and Cost Audit

5.4 Types of Cost Audit

Area of Practical problems:

Cost-Sheet

Contract costing

Process costing

Service costing

Business Statistics

Course code 205

Unit 1 Population and Sample:

1.1 Definition of Statistics, Scope of Statistics in Economics,

Management Sciences and Industry. Concept of population

and sample with illustration.

1.2 Methods of Sampling – SRSWR, SRSWOR, Stratified,

Systematic. (Description of sampling procedures only). Data

Condensation and graphical Methods: Raw data, attributes

and variables, classification, frequency distribution,

cumulative frequency distributions.

1.3 Graphs - Histogram, Frequency polygon. Diagrams -

Multiple bar, Pie, Subdivided bar.

Unit 2 Measures of Central Tendency & Dispersion:

2.1 Criteria for good measures of central tendency

2.2 Arithmetic mean, Median and Mode for grouped and

ungrouped data, combined mean.

2.3 Concept of dispersion, Absolute and relative measure of

dispersion, Range, Variance, Standard deviation,

Coefficient of variation, Quartile Deviation, Coefficient of

Quartile deviation.

Unit 3 Correlation and Regression (for ungrouped data):

3.1 Concept of correlation, positive & negative correlation

3.2 Scatter Diagram, Karl Pearson’s Coefficient of

correlation

3.3 Meaning of regression, Two regression equations,

Regression coefficients and properties (Statements

Only).

Unit 4 Time Series:

4.1 Definitions and Utility of Time Series Analysis;

Components of Time Series: Secular Trend, Seasonal

Variation, and Cyclic Variation, Irregular or Erratic

Variations.

4.2 Measurement of Trend: Freehand or Graphic Method,

Method of Semi-averages, Moving Average Method,

Method of Least Squares.

4.3 Measurement of Seasonal Variations: Method of

Seasonal Averages, Ratio – to – trend Method, Moving

Average method, Link Relative Method. (Only

Application, No Proof required.)

Unit 5 Index Numbers:

5.1 Important definitions of Index Numbers

5.2 Characteristics of Index Numbers, Uses of Index

Numbers, Types of Index Numbers: Price Index,

Quantity Index, Value Index, numerical problems

5.3 Problems in the construction of Index Numbers; Methods

of constructing Index Numbers. (Only Application, No

Proof required.)

Business Informatics

Course Code – 206

Unit 1 Introduction to Computers

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Characteristics of Computers

1.3 Block diagram of computer

1.4 Booting Process

1.5 Types of Programming Languages

1.5.1 Machine Languages

1.5.2 Assembly Languages

1.5.3 High Level Languages

1.6 Data Organization

1.6.1 Drives

1.6.2 Files

1.6.3 Directories

1.7 Storage Devices

1.7.1 Primary Memory

1.7.1.1 RAM

1.7.1.2 ROM

1.7.2 Secondary Storage Devices - FD, CD,

HDD, Pen drive

1.8 I/O Devices

1.8.1 Monitor and types of monitor

1.8.2 Printer and types of printer

1.8.3 Scanners

1.8.4 Digitizers

1.8.5 Plotters

1.9 Number Systems

1.9.1 Introduction to Binary, Octal, Hexadecimal system

1.9.2 Conversion

1.9.3 Simple Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division

Unit 2 Operating System and Services in O.S.

2.1 Definition of operating system

2.2 Services provided by OS

2.3 Types of O.S.

2.4 Features of Windows and Linux

2.5 Files and Directories

2.6 Internal and External Commands of DOS

2.7 Batch Files

Unit 3 Editors and Word Processors

3.1 Basic Concepts

3.2 Examples : MS-Word2007

3.3 Introduction to desktop publishing

Spreadsheets and Database packages

3.4 Purpose

3.5 MS-Excel2007

3.6 Creation of table in MS-Access2007

3.7 MS –PowerPoint2007

Unit 4 Introduction to Networking

4.1 Basics of Computer Networks

4.2 Definition

4.2.1 Goals

4.2.2 Applications

4.2.3 Components

4.3 Topology

4.3.1 Types of Topology

4.4 Types of Networks

4.4.1 (LAN, MAN, WAN)

4.5 Modes of Communication :

4.5.1 (Simplex

4.5.2 Half Duplex

4.5.3 Full Duplex)

4.6 Transmission media

4.6.1 Twisted pair

4.6.2 Coaxial cable

4.6.3 Fiber optic cable

4.7 Protocols and purpose

4.8 Network Connectivity Devices

4.8.1 Hubs

4.8.2 Repeaters

4.8.3 Bridges

4.8.4 Switches

4.8.5 Gateways

Internet Basics

4.9 Concept of Internet, Intranet and Extranet

4.10 Web Client

4.11 Web Server

4.12 WWW

4.13 Search Engine

4.14 Internet Service Providers(ISP)

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Unit 5 Introduction To R.D.B.M.S

5.1 Advantages and Limitations

5.2 Normalization

5.3 Entity Relationships

5.4 Use Of simple SQL Commands involving both single table and

joins.

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Semester I

Business Accounting

Business Mathematics

Semester II

Basic of Cost Accounting

Business Statistics.

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