MLACW (now mLAC) is an institution of excellence located strategically in the vicinity of national institutes of repute, such as Indian Institute of Science, Institute of Wood Science & Technology, National Institute of Advanced Studies, Raman Research Institute and Central Power Research Institute.

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About

Department of Management Studies

Vision 

To meet emerging international standards in standards and ethical support system to all stakeholders. 

Mission

  • Facilitating an invigorating teaching-learning environment.
  • Developing skills for enhancing employability.
  • Fostering a research culture.
  • Encouraging innovation and entrepreneurship  
  • Focusing upon holistic personality development.
  • Creating opportunities for selfless service to the nation.
  • Building resilience for global citizenship.

Core Values

  • Excellence   
  • Integrity   
  • Responsiveness   
  • Team Work

The Bachelor of Business Management course was introduced in the year 1998 offering the undergraduate programme in Management Studies. The course prepares learners for careers in business and equips them with skills to manage various facets of the corporate world. The department strives to make a difference by focusing upon learner needs and adopting suitable approaches to provide enriching learning experiences to students. Students are engaged in a varied range of productive activities so as to enrich their knowledge, mould behaviours and enhance their skills, thereby empowering them to become outstanding professionals and worthy citizens of the nation. The course was renamed as Bachelor of Business Administration BBA as per university notification. The department is focused upon enabling holistic development through a balanced approach to the growth of the physical, mental, emotional, social, moral and spiritual dimensions of students’ personality. They are encouraged to strive to make a difference, seek to reach out, find avenues for growth and not to yield to pressure.

 

Syllabus

Title Year Download
BBA (2016-2019) 01 Jun, 2016 Download
Preplacement Training 01 Jun, 2016 Download
Certificate course in French 10 Jul, 2019 Download
BBA (2019-2022) 03 Jul, 2019 Download

Course Outcome

BBA

SEMESTER I

1.3 MANAGEMENT PROCESS CO 1: Understand basic concepts of management, evolution of management theory, functional areas, principles and also imbibe concepts of management from ancient Indian wisdom and ethos.

1.3 MANAGEMENT PROCESS CO2: Comprehend planning concepts, types and decision making and also to know the concept of corporate planning.

1.3 MANAGEMENT PROCESS CO3: Understand and analyze the relevance of organisation structure and its formation. They will also be able to grasp concepts of authority and responsibility, and also staffing.

1.3 MANAGEMENT PROCESS CO4: The learners will be able to understand the importance of directing and collaborate better in teams.

1.3 MANAGEMENT PROCESS CO5: The students will be able to control system in the organisations.

1.4 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING CO1: Understand the basis of accounting, its objectives, functions and the most important concepts and conventions based on which the entire accounting works on.

1.4 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING CO2: Analyse the entire step by step process of accounting from single entry to double entry, journal, ledger, balancing of accounts and the trial balance.

1.4 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING CO3: Draft the important subsidiary books and work out practical problems on all subsidiary books including cash books. To analyse the concepts and steps in preparation of Bank Reconciliation Statement.

1.4 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING CO4: Analyse and understand the steps in preparation of Profit & Loss Account and Balance Sheet in Vertical form.

1.4 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING CO 5: Understand the concepts of IFRS, HR Accounting and Environmental Accounting.

1.5 BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CO 1: Understand what is business and types of business activities and also the different types of industry, trade and aids to trade.

1.5 BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CO 2: Comprehend the different forms of business practices in India and their advantages and disadvantages.

1.5 BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CO 3: Learning about different types of companies and formation of a joint stock company.

1.5 BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CO 4: Analyze the effects and dimensions of business environments and to know the concept of LPG.

1.5 BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CO 5: Understand the impact of every law of government and policy that affects the business.

1.6 SOFT SKILLS FOR BUSINESS CO 1: Understand organizational communication, different body languages and communication used in cross cultural organizations and business etiquettes.

1.6 SOFT SKILLS FOR BUSINESS CO 2: Make effective speeches, presentations with the use of technology.

1.6 SOFT SKILLS FOR BUSINESS CO 3: The learners will be able to know types of interviews and also equip skills of preparing and attending the interviews.

1.6 SOFT SKILLS FOR BUSINESS CO 4: Conduct meetings, draft agendas and minutes of the meeting. They also learn etiquettes of conducting and also attending meetings.

1.6 SOFT SKILLS FOR BUSINESS CO 5: Draft and reply to various business letters and communicate effectively.

SEMESTER II

2.3 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING CO 1: Understand the theoretical aspects and preparation of branch accounts.

2.3 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING CO 2: Understand how fire insurance is claimed and steps in computation of fire insurance claim.

2.3 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING CO 3: Understanding the concepts in hire purchasing system and installment purchasing system of machineries which is helpful in corporate working.

2.3 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING CO 4: Understand royalty and the different types of calculation of royalty and practically work out the problems.

2.3 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING CO 5: Analyse and understand the process of conversion of partnership firm into limited company through sale.

2.4 ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR CO 1: Introduction to concepts of organizational behavior.

2.4 ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR CO 2: Comprehend the concept of personality and its determinants and also learn skills of handling interpersonal conflicts. The learners are able to identify their personality traits and types.

2.4 ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR CO 3: Understand self-perception and attitude formation which is essential for personal growth in the organisation. Students also learn about leadership styles, motivation theories.

2.4 ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR CO 4: Relates to the importance of learning and theories of behaviour modification which will lead to making them better organizational people.

2.4 ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR CO 5: Learn the dynamics of groups, increases team spirit and cohesiveness and to relate to the concepts of power and politics and acquire skills of solving conflicts.

2.5 QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR BUSINESS CO 1: Understanding the concepts of simple and compound interest and annuities. Practical application of these concepts. Learning methods of solving linear equations in one variable and two variables and quadratic equations and their practical application.

2.5 QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR BUSINESS CO 2: Understand the basic objectives and terminologies relating to Statistics. Learning about tabulation and constructing statistical tables.

2.5 QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR BUSINESS CO 3: Learning how to calculate the arithmetic mean, median and mode for different types of data; also learning how to find the median and mode graphically.

2.5 QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR BUSINESS CO 4: Learning how to compare two statistical series by using various measures of Dispersion.

2.5 QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR BUSINESS CO 5: Learning about the meaning and uses of Index Numbers. Determination of Fisher's Price Index number and the Consumer Price Index number and a discussion of their practical relevance.

2.6 MARKETING MANAGEMENT CO 1: Relates to the concepts of market, marketing and marketing environment.

2.6 MARKETING MANAGEMENT CO 2: Understand the concepts of elements of marketing mix, branding, packaging and distribution.

2.6 MARKETING MANAGEMENT CO 3: Understand the STP and concepts of consumer behaviour.

2.6 MARKETING MANAGEMENT CO 4: Analyze the need and importance of market research.

2.6 MARKETING MANAGEMENT CO 5: The students will be able to know the various modern concepts of marketing.

SEMESTER III

3.2 PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT CO 1: The students will be able to understand the importance of production management and implications of management techniques in production.

3.2 PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT CO 2: The learners will be able to recognize the relevance of location, layout and significance of physical facilities in a factory.

3.2 PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT CO 3: Realize the implication and significance of effective material handling techniques, managerial purchase procedure and various uses of different types of equipments.

3.2 PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT CO 4: The learners will be able to apprehend the implication and relevance of production planning and control in enhancing quality in production process.

3.2 PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT CO 5: Understand the maintenance techniques and procedures and also learn effective waste management in a factory.

3.3 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CO 1: Provide a general understanding on integrated perspective on role of HRM in modern business. Develop ability to plan human resources and implement techniques of job design, Draft HR planning, Design Job Description and Job Specifications and to apply techniques of Job Design.

3.3 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CO 2: Develop competency to recruit select and interview job candidates, gain understanding on training using various methods of Training.

3.3 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CO 3: Understand performance appraisal and its methods, basic concepts on compensation and fringe benefits.

3.3 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CO 4: Understanding job evaluation, wage fixation and wage administration in the organization.

3.3 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CO 5: Develop understanding of right sizing of work force, management of grievances, and employee counselling.

3.4 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CO 1: Understand the various aspects of Financial Management and financial planning for making sound financial decisions.

3.4 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CO 2: Understand the various aspects and need for time value of money.

3.4 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CO 3: Analyse the financing decisions - cost of capital, capital structure, leverages under various methods.

3.4 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CO 4: Analyse the investment decisions under various methods and to acquire knowledge of working capital, and working capital management.

3.4 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CO 5: Understand the concepts and the provisions under Company's Act in relation to dividends.

3.5 CORPORATE ACCOUNTING CO 1: Analyse and understand the statutory Provisions regarding preparation of Company Final Accounts as per Section 219 (1) (b) (IV) and form 23AB.

3.5 CORPORATE ACCOUNTING CO 2: Analyse financial statements under various techniques like comparative statements, common size statements and trend percentages and to know the concepts in reporting to management.

3.5 CORPORATE ACCOUNTING CO 3: Understand the steps involved in valuation of goodwill and shares under various methods.

3.5 CORPORATE ACCOUNTING CO 4: Analyse and understand the steps in preparation of Consolidated Balance Sheet as per AS 21.

3.5 CORPORATE ACCOUNTING CO 5: Familiarize the objectives, process and components of financial reporting.

3.6 COMPANY FORMATION AND ADMINISTRATION CO 1: Understand the provisions relevant to formation of a company and concepts of Promotion of Company, Memorandum of Association, Articles of Association, Prospectus and CSR initiatives.

3.6 COMPANY FORMATION AND ADMINISTRATION CO 2: Understand concepts about the Share Capital and Debentures and SEBI Guidelines towards Listing of Shares.

3.6 COMPANY FORMATION AND ADMINISTRATION CO 3: Comprehend about the company meeting and its types.

3.6 COMPANY FORMATION AND ADMINISTRATION CO 4: Understand the Appointment, Rights, Duties, Liabilities, Qualification and Removal of Company Secretary and Director.

3.6 COMPANY FORMATION AND ADMINISTRATION CO 5: Understand the modes of winding up, powers and duties of liquidator and Auditor.

3.7 BUSINESS LAWS CO 1: Understand the complete meaning and scope of business law and its importance for smooth working of business and also the sources of Indian law.

3.7 BUSINESS LAWS CO 2: Learn Contract Act and Indian Sale of Goods Act in detail this helps in business working in practical.

3.7 BUSINESS LAWS CO 3:  Understand the process and their right to information under Right to Information Act, 2005.

3.7 BUSINESS LAWS CO 4: Analyze how business is not possible without competition and to understand what is healthy competition under the Competition Act 2002 and to know the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.

3.7 BUSINESS LAWS CO 5: Comprehend the FEMA 1999 and IT Act 2000 to understand how foreign business transactions work and their laws and to know the process of obtaining patent.

SEMESTER IV

4.2 ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT CO 1: Understand what is entrepreneurship, entrepreneur and enterprise and also the qualities, pros and cons of being an entrepreneur.

4.2 ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT CO 2: Learning how creativity and innovation is the crust of being an entrepreneur.

4.2 ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT CO 3: Ability to understand the entire process of starting a new venture and the clearances required.

4.2 ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT CO 4: Acquire knowledge to make a complete business plan and also the common issues in it.

4.2 ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT CO 5: Understand how to get funding for their new start-ups and role played by Government institutions which support the same.

4.3 SERVICES MANAGEMENT CO 1: Understand the concepts of services and relationship management and its classification.

4.3 SERVICES MANAGEMENT CO 2: Analyse the 7's of Services Marketing in detail and to study about GAP Model.

4.3 SERVICES MANAGEMENT CO 3: Analyse the Tourism industry and Hospitality Services and to know the marketing mix of tourism.

4.3 SERVICES MANAGEMENT CO 4: Comprehend the Types of Insurance and General Insurance. To know the Educational Services - Marketing mix - recent trends (e-learning, MOOC).

4.3 SERVICES MANAGEMENT CO 5: Understand the Hospital Industry and the risk involved in Healthcare Services. To analyse the ITES, Job opportunities in ITES and process of outsourcing.

4.4 COST ACCOUNTING CO 1: Know the concepts and elements of cost and to know the steps in preparation of Cost Sheet.

4.4 COST ACCOUNTING CO 2: Understand the techniques of Inventory Control and methods of Pricing Material Issues.

4.4 COST ACCOUNTING CO 3: Acquire knowledge about Labour turnover and methods of Labour Remuneration and incentive systems.

4.4 COST ACCOUNTING CO 4: Understand the concepts of overheads, procedure for accounting and control of overheads and apportionment of overheads under various methods and to analyse the Machine Hour Rate.

4.4 COST ACCOUNTING CO 5: Analyse and understand the concepts in Job costing, Batch costing, Process costing, Contract costing and problems in each of the concepts.

4.5   BUSINESS ETHICS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CO 1: Understand the significance of ethics in organizations and will acquire moral and ethical awareness.

4.5   BUSINESS ETHICS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CO 2: Imbibe personal values and ethics in their lives. It helps in creating a value system.

4.5   BUSINESS ETHICS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CO 3: Understand various ethical practices followed in different managerial areas of management.

4.5   BUSINESS ETHICS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CO 4: Understand organizational cultures, and socialization in diverse workforces.

4.5   BUSINESS ETHICS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CO5: Understanding the various compliance protocols followed in corporate governance world-wide.

4.6 BANKING REGULATIONS & OPERATIONS CO 1: Understand the role and functions of commercial banks and monetary policy.

4.6 BANKING REGULATIONS & OPERATIONS CO 2: Twig the relationship between banker and customer, types of customer and account holders.

4.6 BANKING REGULATIONS & OPERATIONS CO 3: Understand the negotiable instruments, kinds of negotiable instruments, cheque, types of cheque and crossing, endorsement and kinds of endorsement.

4.6 BANKING REGULATIONS & OPERATIONS CO 4: Comprehend paying banker, statutory protection to the paying banker, dishonor of cheque, collecting banker, duties and responsibilities of collecting banker.

4.6 BANKING REGULATIONS & OPERATIONS CO 5: Familiarize the principles of bank lending, different kinds of borrowing facilities granted by banks.

4.7 PROJECT MANAGEMENT CO 1: Familiarize with concepts on project management, process, role and responsibilities of project manager.

4.7 PROJECT MANAGEMENT CO 2: Understand project identification process, project feasibility studies, its types and components.

4.7 PROJECT MANAGEMENT CO 3: Familiarize with project planning and project completion phases.

4.7 PROJECT MANAGEMENT CO 4: Comprehending the students’ knowledge in detail of project Implementation and project evaluation process.

4.7 PROJECT MANAGEMENT CO 5: Acquaint the students on various types of project financing to start a new venture.

SEMESTER V

5.1 ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT CO 1: Understand what is entrepreneurship, entrepreneur and enterprise and also the qualities, pros and cons of being an entrepreneur.    

 

5.1 ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT CO 4: Acquire knowledge to make a complete business plan and also the common issues in it.

5.1 ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT CO 5: Understand how to get funding for their new start-ups and role played by financial institutions which support the same.

5.2 BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS CO 1: Know the significance of research, its process and types.

5.2 BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS CO 2: Understand the formulation of research problem, research design and formulation of hypothesis.

5.2 BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS CO 3: Acquire skills in construction of questionnaire and schedules, data collection using various methods of sampling.

5.2 BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS CO 4: The learner will be able to tabulate the collected data, analyse and interpret using simple statistical tools.

5.2 BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS CO 5: The students will be able to acquire skills in report writing.

5.3 INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT CO 1: Understanding of Investment Management, various alternative sources of investment, financial risk, different types of risks.

5.3 INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT CO 2: Comprehend security analysis (Fundamental Analysis- economy, industry and company) , Equity Valuation models, concepts of derivative and its types, Technical analysis-Dow's theory and Tax aspects of investment.

5.3 INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT CO 3: Acquaint the students on portfolio management and portfolio theories.

5.3 INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT CO 4: Familiarize on portfolio management strategies (Equity, derivatives), portfolio revision, and portfolio evaluation-(Treynor's Sharpe's and Jenson measures).

5.3 INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT CO 5: General understanding of mutual funds- features, pros and cons and recent trends in mutual funds.

5.4 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING CO 1: Understand the concepts of Management Accounting and to study the relationship between Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, and Cost Accounting.

5.4 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING CO 2: Analyse the various accounting ratios involved in Preparation of Trading, Profit & Loss Account and Balance Sheet.

5.4 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING CO 3: Understand the concepts of Fund, Fund Flow Statement and preparation of Statement of changes in Working Capital and Statement of Sources and Application of Funds.

5.4 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING CO 4: Analyse and understand the concepts of Cash Flow Statement and steps in preparation of Cash Flow Statement according to AS-3.

5.4 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING CO 5: Analyse and understand the concepts of marginal costing (Break Even Analysis) and Budgetary Control and preparation of flexible budgets.

SEMESTER VI        

6.1 INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND E- BUSINESS CO 1: Procure knowledge on international trade, theories of international trade and modes of entry to IB.

6.1 INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND E- BUSINESS CO 2: Understanding of import and export trade procedure, balance of payment and Disequilibrium and measures for rectification of BOP.

6.1 INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND E- BUSINESS CO 3: Acquaint students of E-Business models and theoretical clarity of concepts related to electronic modes of commercial operations.

6.1 INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND E- BUSINESS CO 4: Familiarize on security concepts for E-business, implementing process of E-commerce security.

6.1 INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND E- BUSINESS CO 5: Comprehend concepts of E-Payments and types of E-payments used for digital payment.

6.2 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT CO 1: Understand the concepts of policy formulation, formulation of vision and mission of organisation and relevance of strategic management.

6.2 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT CO 2: Analyse the business environment, draft SWOT analysis and also acquire skills of value analysis.

6.2 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT CO 3: The learner will be able to relate to strategic planning and to understand the different types of strategies.

6.2 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT CO 4: Understand the implications of strategic implementations across the organisation.

6.2 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT CO 5: The learner will be able to obtain strategic evaluation skills.

6.3 INCOME TAX CO 1: Understand the Legal Frame Work and provisions of Income Tax Act and its Important Definitions. To determine the Residential Status of an individual and problems on Incidence of Tax. To know the Exempted Incomes U/S 10.

6.3 INCOME TAX CO 2: Analyse the basis of charge on Income from Salary, Allowances, Perquisites, Provident Funds and computation of Income from Salary.

6.3 INCOME TAX CO 3: Analyse the basis of charge on Income form House Property, Determination of Annual Value and computation of Income from House Property.

6.3 INCOME TAX CO 4: Understand the concepts of Business & Profession and to compute income from Business of Sole Proprietor.

6.3 INCOME TAX CO 5: Understand the concepts of Income from Capital Gains and Income from Other Sources. To develop skills to compute total income of an individual assessee and deductions u/s 80 C, D and G.

Programs

Our Faculty

Tara Devi T S

Head of Department

Jyothsna Thimmaiah B

Associate Professor

Hemalatha M

Assistant Professor

Lt.Dr. Bhavya Bhanu

Assistant Professor

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