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MBA Academic Calender

Pattern 2016

I Sem

Subject Code Subject Name Cousre Type Course Outcome
101 Accounting For Business Decisions Generic Core 1)Apply the knowledge of financial accounting, cost accounting and management accounting.
2)Use the acquired knowldge of Accounts to facilitated them in decision making.
3)Develop the analytical skills to face the business situations
4)Demonstrate progressive learning in the elements of managerial decision making, including planning, directing and controlling activities in a business environment
5)Demonstrate progressive learning of various tax issues and tax forms related to individuals.
6)Knowledge of preparation of Financial Statements and financial schedules in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles through analysis and synthesis of information .
102 Economic Analysis For Business Decisions Generic Core 1)Apply the techniques of economics in decision making.
2)Explore the business cycle implications and determine the interaction of demand and supply in the marketplace
3)Developed economic way of thinking and dealing with business problems
4)Evaluate the role of the entrepreneur in a market economy and review investor decisions in financial markets
5)Use economic problem solving skills to discuss the opportunities and challenges of the increasing globalization of the world economy.
6)Apply the appropriate economic tools to conduct a meaningful analysis of the economy in a professional ethical context
103 Legal Aspects Of Business Generic Core 1)Analyse a given business context using basic understanding of the applicable Acts and develop a suitable operational framework
2)Demonstrate a sound understanding of the legal aspects of the law affecting businesses
3)Apply the principles of Indian Business Law and Company Law
4)Appraise the legal environment of the organization and develop suitable strategies.
5)Develop reasoning abilities by applying the principles of law in the business environment
6)Solve the legal issues pertaining to the business world to enhance their ability to manage businesses effectively.
104 Business Research Methods Generic Core 1)Analyse business problems and identify appropriate and effective ways toanswer those problems
2)Apply the major types of research designs
3)Formulate clearly defined research questions
4)Analyse and summarise key issues and themes from existing literature
5)Evaluate and conduct research
6)Understand the ethical issues associated with the conduct of research
7)Able to formulate and present effective research reports
105 Organisational Behaviour Generic Core 1. Analyse the behaviour of individuals and groups in organisations in terms of the key factors that influence organisational behaviour.
2. Assess the potential effects of organisational‐level factors (such as structure,culture and change) on organisational behaviour.
3. Critically evaluate the potential effects of important developments in theexternal environment (such as globalisation and advances in technology) onorganisational behaviour.
4. Analyse organisational behavioural issues in the context of organisationalbehaviour theories, models and concepts.
5. Analyze and compare different models used to explain individual behaviour related to motivation and rewards
106 Basics Of Marketing Generic Core 1)Identify core concepts of marketing and the role of marketing in business and society.
2)Develop the marketing strategies based on product, price, place and promotion objectives.
3)Create an integrated marketing communications plan which includes promotional strategies and measures of effectiveness.
4)Communicate the unique marketing mixes and selling propositions for specific product offerings.
5)Construct written sales plans and a professional interactive oral sales presentation.
6)Formulate marketing strategies that incorporate psychological and sociological factors which influence consumers.
7)Analyze marketing problems and provide solutions based on a critical examination of marketing information.
108 Business Communication Lab Generic - Elective 1)Effective business writing and business communication.
2)Analyse Research approaches and information collection.
3)Developing and delivering effective presentations.
4)Effective interpersonal communications.
5)Skills that maximise team effectiveness.
6)Good time management and effective problem solving.
111 Business,Government & Society Generic - Elective 1.Recognize ethical issues and understand their implications for business and stakeholders as thefoundation for free market systems of production and exchange.
2. assess the complex, responsible relationships among business, government, and society.
3. integrate, and articulate personal goals, ethics, and values
4.Applications for ethical analysis, and understand how good moral habits can be developed.
5.Increase oral communication and writing skills through individual and group presentations.
113 Personality Development Lab Generic - Elective 1)Develop a range of leadership skills and abilities such as effectively leading change, resolving conflict, and motivating others
2)Apply etiquette requirements for meetings, entertaining, telephone, and Internet business interaction scenarios.
3)Demonstrate an understanding of group dynamics and effective teamwork
4)Exhibit responsible decision-making and personal accountability
5)Appreciate creative expression and aesthetics
115 Enterprise Analysis-Desk Research Generic - Elective 1)Generate a business idea using various sources 2)Engage in Market Research (design and analysis) and use ICT to analyse same
3)Interpret and apply the components of a business strategy
4)Create, maintain and understand a business architecture
5)Craft business architecture to identify and scope business problems and business change needs

II Sem

Subject Code Subject Name Cousre Type Course Outcome
201 Marketing Management Generic Core 1)Assess the challenges of turbulent business environments
2)Evaluate and design sustainable strategies in such environments either in marketing, international business and/or technology management fields and in their intersection
3)Apply relevant business skills
4)Acquire and develop relevant additional knowledge and skills to support subject-based expertise and international readiness and personal development
5)Ability to conduct and report on an independent scientific research project
6)Demonstrate strong analytical skills and apply tools required for professional practices
7)Asses to show a market‐oriented, global, entrepreneurial and sustainable mindsetz
202 Financial Management Generic Core 1)Analyse complicated scientific and professional problems and view a situation critically, address the current financial management issues of a company, take decisions, complete highly qualified professional functions.
2)Demonstrate ability of financial management and forecast, ensuring competitiveness of a company and increasing its added value in the changing environment of global economy
3)Ability to understand the interests of different groups, to argue and conduct discussions, communication and conflict management skills.
4)Demonstrate understanding and ethical responsibility about the impact of professional activities upon environment and society
5)Ability to assess and analyse the financial environment in the local and international markets
203 Human Resource Management Generic Core 1)Contribute to the development, implementation, and evaluation of employee recruitment, selection, and retention plans and processes.
2)Contribute to the design and evaluation of the performance management program.
3)Develop, implement, and evaluate employee orientation, training, and development programs.
4)Facilitate and support effective employee and labour relations in both non-union and union environments.
5) Research and support the development and communication of the organization's total compensation plan.
6)Ability to understand others, in the development, implementation, and evaluation of organizational and health and safety policies and practices.
204 Decision Science Generic Core 1)Ability to Perform andEvaluate present worth Future woth andAnnual Worth Analysis Of more EconomicAlternative
2)Ability to Perform and evaluate payback period And Capitalisedcost of one or more alternative.
3)Ability to carry out and evaluate benefit /cost lifecycl breakeven analysis of one or more economic alternatives.
4)Ability to outsile the past history present position and expected performace of a compay engaged in industry.
5)Apply variuos Contract Models in the corporate.
6)Ability to Prepare contract Plan And Specifications.
205 Operations & Supply Chain Management Generic Core 1)Analyze the manufacturing operations of a firm
2)Apply sales and operations planning, MRP and lean manufacturing concepts
3)Apply logistics and purchasing concepts to improve supply chain operations
4)Apply quality management tools for process improvement
5. Apply effective written and oral communication skills to business situations. 6)Analyze the global business environment.
7)Analyze the local business environment.
206 Management Information Systems Generic Core 1)Analyze the leadership role of Management Information Systems in achieving business competitive advantage through informed decision-making.
2)Analyze and synthesize business information needs to facilitate evaluation of strategic alternatives.
3)Apply Management Information Systems knowledge and skills learned to facilitate the acquisition, development, deployment, and management of information systems.
4)Effectively communicate strategic alternatives to facilitate decision-making.
5)Describe the role of information technology and information systems in business
207 Emotional Intelligence and Managerial Effectiveness Lab Generic - Elective 1)Analyse the concepts and perceptive of emotional intelligence
2)Demonstrates the application of emotional competencies in their personal and professional life
3)Describes the role of emotional intelligence and its effectiveness in the workplace
4)Apply EI concepts to themselves and their workplaces
5)Knowlege of identifying strategies for enhancing their leadership and emotional intelligence
6)Evaluate how to lead others more positively towards outstanding performance
208 Statistical Software LAB Generic - Elective 1)Identify the basics of operating systems like kernel, shell, types and views of operating systems
2)Describe the various CPU scheduling algorithms and remove deadlocks.
3)Identifyvarious memory management techniques and concept of thrashing
4)Evaluate disk management and disk scheduling algorithms for better utilization of external memory.
5)Craft file system interface, protection and security mechanisms.
6)Analyse the various features of distributed OS like Unix,Linux, windows etc.
209 MS Project LAB Generic - Elective 1)Create plans at the level of detail that is appropriate for your project
2)Create, standardize, and manage your Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
3)Create and manage your tasks, costs, work, and resources
4)Communicate and collaborate with team members
5)Create your control thresholds to monitor effectively
6)Create schedule and cost forecasts more accurately
7)Create customized graphical reports as per the requirements of the stakeholders
210 Life Skills Lab Generic - Elective 1)PDemonstrate accountability and professionalism in the corporate world.
2)Apply the knowledge and technical skills needed to gain employment
3)Assess value diversity in the oerganisations.
211 Geopolitics & the World Economic System Generic - Elective 1)Apply basic knowledge of geopolitical end geoeconomic analysis
2)Analyse international relations
3)Analyse international economic system
4)Apply national economic strategies
5)Apply economic warfare theory
6)Apply economic intelligence theory
7)Analyse international subjects makes decisions
8)Analytical skills to better understand global trends
212 Business Systems & Procedures Generic - Elective 1)Acquire knowledge about general aspects of business operations.
2)Describe the role of accounting information system and its limitations.
3)Apply the concepts and procedures of financial reporting, including income statement, statement of retained earnings, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows.
4)Identify the basic economic events most common in business operations and be able to report the events in a generally accepted manner, including the impacts of alternative accounting methods on financial statements.
5)Analyse the basic differences between the Generally Accepted Accounting Standards (GAAP) in the United States and the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
6)Analyze financial data from annual reports of corporations.
213 Computer Aided Personal Productivity Tools Lab Generic Elective 1)Describe information about resources and tools for computer aided learning (CAL) in the field
2)Apply & promote the use of the internet to disseminate information and teaching materials
3)Apply suggestions of areas of resource development to potential authors
4)Analyse the comprehensive set of high quality resources
5)Create an infrastructure for the management of resources.
214 Foreign Language – II Lab Generic - Elective 1)Communicate effectively in the foreign language in a variety of speaking situations.
2)Communicate effectively in the foreign language via proficient, articulate, and well-organized writing.
3)Demonstrate comprehension of the spoken foreign language in a variety of listening situations.
4)Demonstrate comprehension of a wide range of foreign language written materials.
5)Demonstrate a clear understanding of the culture(s) of the foreign language studied.
215 Industry Analysis - Desk Research Generic - Elective 1)Apply the process of marketing research and its different processes
2)Identify sources of information
3)Analyse different research methods
4)Apply selected research methods
5)Analyse and interpret both qualitative and quantitative data
6)Conduct and analyse a focus group discussion
7)Demonstrate build a simple questionnaire from a web-based survey administration site.

III Sem

Subject Code Subject Name Cousre Type Course Outcome
301 Strategic Management Generic - Core 1)Analyse strategic macro environmental issues
2)Analyse industry factors, and identify their impact on profitability and strategic positioning
3)Assess organisational performance
4)Identify strategic capabilities and gaps
5)Assess and evaluate SBU strategies
6)Analyse and implement strategy at the single business unit level.
302 Enterprise Performance Management Generic Core 1)Identify the elements that constitute effective performance measurement and control system
2)Describe the behavioural implications of different types of performance measurement and control systems in different organisational contexts
3)Analyse the link between organisational structure, and planning and control systems
4)Analyse and review performance within an organisation
5)Identify potential problems with the use of traditional performance measurement systems
6)Describe the current performance measurement trends in, and their suitability to, organisations
303 Startup & New Venture Management Generic Core 1)Designing a business model to match the identified business opportunity
2)Craft relationship between entrepreneurship and new venture creation, development and growth.
3)Pitching business idea to potential investors and Negotiating attractive business deals
4)Assess potential market opportunities in a structured way, and understand a variety of different start-up
5)Spotting and creating business opportunities
6.Appreciate the important of business planning in new venture creation and growth 6)Appreciate the important of business planning in new venture creation and growth
304 Summer Internship Project Generic Core 1)Analyze quantitative data, statistical data or human social situations
2)Design new systems, forms, plans, processes and/or duties and responsibilitiesM
3)Demonstrate the ability to perform certain job functions
4)Craft specific functional areas.
5)Develope the linkages among different functions and departments.
6)Implement new plans, procedures or ideas within the business organization
7 Write correspondence, reports, memos, programs, sales presentations, promotional brochures or sales manuals 7) Write correspondence, reports, memos, programs, sales presentations, promotional brochures or sales manuals
305 Marketing Contemporary Marketing Research Generic Core 1)Describe and report a conceptual framework for conducting marketing research.
2)Execute a complete marketing research project, demonstrating knowledge of correct research principles.
3)Provide a detailed overview of the stages in the market research process
4)Develop research questions and objectives that can be addressed in a research design
5)Interpret data analysis in the context of the identified business problem
6)Use contemporary statistical packages to calculate and report descriptive statistics from quantitative data
7)Communicate research results in written report and oral presentation formats
306 Marketing Consumer Behaviour Generic Core 1)Applications of important concepts and theories in developing viable marketing
2)Craft Strategies for different segments of consumers
3)Key concepts and theories of consumer behavior
4)Apply psychological theories relevant for understanding consumer behavior
5)Learn how different aspects of the environment influences consumer behavior
6)Marketing strategy is and how it influences consumer behavior
307 Marketing Integrated Marketing Communications Subject Electives 1)Craft an oral and written integrated marketing communications plan
2)Ensure a substantive assessment of corporate strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats and create a substantive promotional plan
3)Build a sound capital budget with financial objectives and a measurable financial assessment
4)Construct IMC creative strategies and tactics
5)Digital & social media executions, advertising, promotions, and public relations initiatives.
309 Marketing Strategic Brand Management Subject Electives 1)Define core terms such as brand, brand equity, positioning, and brand architecture.
2)Design and implement brand strategies that consider brand naming, brand extension, brand stretching, brand architecture and so forth.
3)Conduct the measurement of brand equity and brand performance.
4)Develop a brand, including positioning and communication.
5)Preparation of professional, logical and coherent report in the form of a brand audit.
311 Marketing Qualitative Marketing Research Subject Electives 1)Manage the data collection process
2)Develop a market research design and appropriate research
3)Apply marketing research fundamentals to current situations
4)Design and undertake a basic marketing research projects
5)Acquire and analyze data to make marketing decisions
6)Identify appropriate marketing decision models to address marketing problems
318 Marketing Business to Business Marketing Subject Electives 1)Analyse B2B Environments and external conditions 2)Demeonstrate Differences between business- and consumer market 3)Prepare the Characteristic of market oriented companies - Buying processes and buying theory 4)Develop Business relationships - Product development and innovations 5)Develop Sales and distribution models 6)Apply Price and Negotiations - Communication and branding
305 (FIN) (FRF) Financial Regulatory Framework Generic –Core 1)Critically analyze how and why the credit crisis
2)Compare and analyse the domestic legal framework as well as international regulatory and supervisory standards for ensuring and promoting the safety and soundness of the primary financial intermediaries. and markets that accommodate and provide financial services for banking, securities trading and insurance .
3)Analyse financial markets facilitate corporate finance and investment management .
4)Apply international rules and standards (such as the IAIS Insurance Core Principles and Methodology) to examine the effectiveness of the new proposal in Hong Kong for the establishment of an independent insurance authority.
306 (FIN) (MBFS) Merchant Banking and Financial Services Generic-Core 1)Analyse the dimensions of performance and risk relevant to financial firms.
2)Calculate contemporary measures of financial measures of performance and risk.
3)Craft contemporary managerial risk management oversight processes.
4)Critically analysis of how the financial services component industries (insurance, banking, securities real estate and financial planning) interact.
5) Design hedging strategies to manage market risks (e.g., currency, commodity, economic and political).
6) Evaluate the economic environment and the impact of governmental economic policieson consumers and financial institutions.
307(FIN) (IT-I) Income Tax – I Generic - Elective 1)Utilize the definitions of the various components of income tax law. 2)Complete federal income tax returns, including schedules to the Form 1040, and be able to calculate the correct amount of federal income tax. 3)Analyze simple fact situations and recognize income tax ramifications 4)Apply basic tax concepts to simple fact situations and communicate potential income tax ramifications in writing and orally. 5)Apply different ways a case can progress from audit to court. 6)Evaluate common statutes of limitations in federal income tax cases 7)Analyse common penalties in federal income tax cases.
308 (FIN) (PF) Project Finance Generic-Elective 1)Analyse the role of project financing in a corporate environment
2)Critically evaluate how tools and techniques utilised in project financing can add value to the firm
3)Compare and contrast project financing arrangements
5)Analyse the risks involved in project financing
6)Critically evaluate the techniques used to manage the risks associated with project financing arrangements
7)Craft practical problems of project financing
309(FIN) (SCM) Strategic Cost Management Generic-Elective 1)Analyse some of the techniques and process which are available to assist managers in planning and controlling organisational activities
2)Analyse the processes involved in identifying, measuring, analysing, interpreting and communicating information to managers in pursuit of the organisation's goals
3)Craft the role of cost information in organisations
4)Analyse the linkage between cost data and systems and the organisation of activities and resource flows in a range of manufacturing and service activities
5)Apply appropriate cost allocation techniques to a variety of costing problems
6)Prepare strategies for managing costs
7)Analyse the role of cost data in pricing decisions
312(FIN) (CFR) Corporate Financial Restructuring Generic-Elective 1)Analyse legal issues that impact financial and other risks affecting business.
2)Critically evaluate relevant case law for the purpose of finding legal precedents that will be used to persuade a judge or jury.
3)Interpret statutory law for purposes of risk avoidance, and to establish control mechanisms.
318(FIN) (FSA) Financial Statement Analysis Generic-Elective 1)Apply the basic techniques of financial statement analysis
2)Analyse the relationship between strategic business analysis, accounting analysis and financial analysis
3)Identify and utilise value-relevant information contained within financial statements
4)Recognise the fundamental role of accounting numbers in the valuation of entities and the key financial claims on these entities assets (equity and debt securities)
5)Analyse the impact of financial reporting choices on the usefulness of reported earnings to predict future performance
6)Prepare a written analysis of a listed company, which incorporates and synthesises the strategic, accounting and financing techniques covered in the course
7)Conduct applied business research (including locating, critically interpreting and evaluating firm-specific financial information)
305(HR) (LL) Labour Laws 1)Apply advanced and integrated understanding of the complex body of knowledge in the field of employment and labour relations law, including:
a)Legal principles of Indian employment and labour relations law
b)Emerging and contemporary issues in indian employment and labour relations law c) Technical aspects of indian employment and labour relations law using historical, theoretical and practical perspectives
d)The development of indian employment and labour relations law in an international (and comparative) context.
306(HR) (PM) Performance Management 1)Design an organization¿s performance management process that is compliant with law and supports organizational mission and strategy.
2)Compare and contrast various organizational performance management programs and best practices and define attributes of effective performance management systems.
3)Employ job-related performance standards and performance indicators that reflect the employee¿s range of responsibilities.
4)Assess how increased employee involvement can contribute to effective performance and coach employees to identify career paths and resources available to support individual development.
5)Identify and communicate appropriate actions with employees (e.g. training and development, wage increase, promotion, bonus etc.) based on their performance strengths and weaknesses.
308(HR) (EW) Employee Welfare 1)Analyse the welfare agencies and welfare schemes.
2)Apply the provisions of employee welfare as given under factories act 1948.
309(HR) HR-AUDIT Subject-Elective 1)Analyse how Human capital helps to achieve organizational objectives
2)Analyse how Organizational issues be audited
3)Application of HR audit tools
312(HR) (PRCC) Public Relations & Corporate Communication Subject-Elective 1)Apply the models of corporate public relations
2)Craft the role of the public relations professional in the corporate environment
3)Evaluate the strategies, tactics, and techniques of public relations programs
314(HR) (LR&S) Lab in Recruitment and Selection Subject-Elective 1)Analyse the importance and relevance of recruitment and selection to Indian Organizations.
2) Critically evaluate the legal issues affecting recruitment and selection, and discuss recruitment and selection systems that meet legal requirements.
3)Apply the requirements for measures used in staff selection and recruitment to evaluate applicants fairly and in an unbiased fashion.
4)Illustrate the role of competencies and performance management in recruitment and selection.
305(SCM) (ESM) Essentials of Supply Chain Management Subject Core 1)Application of fundamental of supply chain management .
2)Apply knowledge to evaluate and manage an effective supply chain.
3)Analyse the role of logistics as it relates to transportation and warehousing.
4)How to align the management of a supply chain with corporate goals and strategies.
5)Analyze and improve supply chain processes.
306(SCM) (LM) Logistics Management Subject - Core 1)Apply major logistics functions and activities.
2)Describe alternative ways to organize for supply chain management.
3)Analyse how technology has and continues to change logistics and supply chain management.
4)Critically evaluate the modes of transportation and related policies.
5)Craft computer and supply chain security measures.
307(SCM) (MMFS) Managing Material Flow in Supply Chains Subject-Elective 1)Application of materials management flows as part of the company's logistics process.
2)Analyse the connection between company's internal materials management and the network in supply chain.
3)Creating practical engineering solutions to solve existing conflicts between good customer satisfaction and working capital.
309(SCM) (PSRM) Purchasing & Supplier Relationship Management – I Subject-Elective 1)Apply knowledge to evaluate and manage an effective supply chain.
2)Apply the foundations of logistics as it relates to transportation and warehousing.
3)How to align the management of a supply chain with corporate goals and strategies.
4)Analyze and improve supply chain processes.
310(SCM) SIX SIGMA Subject-Elective 1)Apply Lean Six Sigma Deployment Methodology
2)Craft Change Management Skills
3)Measure Stage Techniques, including SPC
4)Analyze Stage Techniques, including Lean
5)Improve Stage Techniques

IV Sem

Subject Code Subject Name Cousre Type Course Outcome
403 (MKT) Services Marketing Subject-Core 1)Analyse the challenges facing the services marketing in traditional commercial marketing, e-marketing and non commercial environments
2)Analyse the difference between marketing physical products and intangible services, including dealing with the extended services marketing mix, and the four unique traits of services marketing
3)Apply the challenges faced in services delivery as outlined in the services gap model
4)Develop professional business writing skills
5)Identify the special management issues and unique challenges involved in marketing and managing services
404(MKT) Sales & Distribution Management Subject-Core 1)Recognise and demonstrate the significant responsibilities of sales person as a KEY individual.
2)Describe and Formulate strategies to effectively manage company’s sales operations.
3)Evaluate the role of Sales manager and his/ her responsibilities in recruiting, motivating, managing and leading sales team.
4)Illustrate the fundamentals of Distribution channels, Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
5)Demonstrate effective sales strategy for their organizations.
6)Analyse & design and implement distribution channel strategy.
7)Describe the Channels efficiency and effectiveness; wholesaling, and retailing
405(MKT) Retail Marketing Subject-ElectiveGeneric Core 1)Demonstrate an integrative understanding of the context and environment in which retailing takes place.
2)Apply a strategic approach to retailing issues and decisions.
3)Exhibit an in-depth awareness of national and international benchmarking and best practices in retailing.
4)Work autonomously and collaboratively to analyse complex retail environments, reflect on and synthesise the analysis as part of an ongoing experiential-learning process. This process involves generating a holistic understanding of specific retail contexts that leads to the development of practical retail recommendations that apply relevant retail theory.
5)Utilise written and verbal skills to effectively communicate the application of retail-management knowledge to specific retail contexts.
406(MKT) Rural Marketing Subject-Elective 1)Apply & gain insight into the socio-economic structure of rural India
2)Assess the prospects and problems of rural development in India Explore the various facets of rural marketing and develop an insight into rural marketing regarding different concepts and basic practices in this area.
3)Identify the challenges and opportunities in the field of rural marketing for the budding managers and also expose the students to the rural market environment and the emerging challenges in the globalization of the economies.
4)Describe acquaint the students with the appropriate concepts and techniques in the area of rural marketing.
5)Apply adaptations to the rural marketing mix (4 A’s) to meet the needs of rural consumers.
6)Analyse the concept and methodology for conducting the research in rural market.
410(MKT) Marketing Strategy Subject-Elective 1)Identify core concepts of marketing and the role of marketing in business and society.
2)Knowledge of social, legal, ethical and technological forces on marketing decision-making.
3)Demonstration for the global nature of marketing and appropriate measures to operate effectively in international settings.
4)Ability to develop marketing strategies based on product, price, place and promotion objectives.
5)Ability to create an integrated marketing communications plan which includes promotional strategies and measures of effectiveness.
6)Ability to communicate the unique marketing mixes and selling propositions for specific product offerings.
7)Ability to construct written sales plans and a professional interactive oral sales presentation.
9)Ability to formulate marketing strategies that incorporate psychological and sociological factors which influence consumers.
416(MKT) Cross Cultural Relationship Marketing Subject-Elective 1)Apply a systematic understanding and critical knowledge of relationship marketing and cross-cultural theories and models.
2)Demonstrate an understanding of how to build strategic relationships between customers and suppliers across borders
3)Identify and critically analyze the factors and cultural variables influencing relationships, communication and negotiation styles across national borders.
4)Demonstrate an understanding of how to uphold international sales negotiations
5)Demonstrate self-awareness, sensitivity, and openness to diverse people and cultures
403(FIN) Indirect Taxation Subject-Core 1)Analyse and apply the concept of VAT
2)Identify situations where input tax credit is available
3)Differentiate between CST and VAT
404(FIN) International Finance Subject-Core 1)Analyse the architecture of foreign exchange markets
2)Describe the motivation of participants in foreign exchange markets (arbitrage, speculation, hedging)
3)Analyse the role of conventions in exchange rates quotation and trading in foreign exchange markets
4)Describe the type of foreign exchange operations (spot, forward, FX swaps, currency swaps, futures and option)
5)Describe the factors that influence the price of currency derivatives (forward rate, swap points, interest rates, futures price, option premium)
6)Analyse the relationship between the changes of exchange rates and the dynamics of fundamental economic factors (balance of payments, inflation, interest rates, expectations)
7)Demonstrate the prediction of future exchange rates movements by the tools of technical analysis the changes of foreign currency regime since the crash of Bretton Woods regime of fixed exchange rates
409(FIN) Banking Operations-II Subject-Elective 1)Apply stylized examples; determine if a company is optimally employing available resource.
2)Identify demand elasticity from demand equations.
3)Categorize economic costs.
4)Contrast the decision-making process across industries characterized by pure competition, monopolies, and oligopolies.
5)Demonstrate common pricing strategies.
6)Analyse examples of the government ensuring the legal behavior of firms.
410(FIN) Wealth and Portfolio Management Subject-Elective 1)Analyse your understanding of modern portfolio theory and behavioral finance
2)Ability to measure investment performance
3)Assess allocation tools
4)Describe when to choose active managers versus passive investments
5)Apply the opportunities and risks of bonds, hedge funds, private equity, real estate, international markets, and derivatives
6)Analyse the etter navigate and manage for risk
7)Evaluate & gain insights into the global economy and potential future market disruptions
413(FIN) Financing Rural Development Subject-Elective 1)Evaluate & gain insight into the socio-economic structure of rural India
2)Analyse the prospects and problems of rural development in India
3)Assess to financial services can help the rural poor to improve and secure their livelihoods
4)Describe, compare and critically appraise different types of intervention that have attempted to provide rural finance in the past and today
5)Identify needs and develop appropriate policies and interventions for the provision of rural finance depending on the particular needs identified.
414 (FIN) Principles of Insurance Subject-Elective 1)Identify legal issues that impact financial and other risks affecting business.
2)Analyze relevant case law for the purpose of finding legal precedents that will be used topersuade a judge or jury.
3)Interpret statutory law for purposes of risk avoidance, and to establish control mechanisms
4. Create and interpret financial statements. 5)Create and interpret cash flow statements.
6)Determine discount/hurdle rates.
7)Evaluate investments in working capital and long-term assets.
8)0Demonstrate proficiency in valuation techniques, both DCF (discounted cash flow) and non-DCF.
9)Apply the contingent claims approach to valuation
403(HR) Employment Relations Subject-Core 1)Identify the rules, regulations, policies, and guidelines applied in performing employee relations program functions
2)Analyze performance criteria and root causes of performance deficiencies
3)Identify performance standard factors such as timeliness, quality of work, and quantity of work
4)Describe evaluation and coordination requirements in providing reasonable accommodations to enhance performance
5)Analyse processes and procedures for utilizing performance-based actions
6)Identify action items for addressing employee misconduct
404(HR) Strategic Human Resource Management Subject-Core 1)Analyse the key HRM functions and operations; 2)Analyse define, explain, illustrate and reason with the key human resource management concepts
3)Identify the linkages between HRM functions and operations and organisational strategies, structures and culture
4)Interpret and comment in a way that demonstrates awareness of the different contexts that impact on the operation of HRM; and
5)Demonstrate behaviour and performance that demonstrates enhanced competence in decision-making, group leadership, oral and written communication, critical thinking, problem-solving, planning and team work.
406(HR) Global HRI Subject-Elective
409(HR) Conflict & Negotiation Management Subject-Elective 1)Analyze and understand the key practical and theoretical concepts of managing and resolving conflicts.
2)Analytically and theoretically understand the types of conflict management styles.
3)Apply the value of diversity in managing and resolving conflict
4)Demonstrate the basic elements of cooperative learning
5)Interpret the components of negotiation and mediation
414(HR) (Emerging Trends in HR Subject-Elective 1)Assess the costs and benefits associated with the acquisition of an HRMS/ HRIS.
2)Evaluate the main features of the HRMS/HRIS marketplace including: common applications, major vendors, the range of available products/ services and emerging trends.
3)Analyse the HRMS/HRIS project cycle and discuss the key issues associated with conducting a needs analysis, acquiring, implementing, maintaining, and monitoring an HRMS/HRIS
4)Assess privacy/ freedom of information issues associated with collection of information in an HRMS/HRIS.
5)Demonstrate the application of an HRMS/HRIS to various functional areas of human resources management.
6)Apply the features and components of an Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) system, in general, and the systems, applications, and products of SAP R/3, in particular
7)Interpret SAP R/3 applications in organizational management and job analysis
415(HR) Designing HR Policies Subject-Elective 1)Development, implementation, and evaluation of employee recruitment, selection, and retention plans and processes.
2)Apply and contribute to the design and evaluation of the performance management program.
3)Develop, implement, and evaluate employee orientation, training, and development programs.
4)Evaluate and support effective employee and labour relations in both non-union and union environments.
5)Interpret and support the development and communication of the organization's total compensation plan.
7)Demonstrate with others, in the development, implementation, and evaluation of organizational and health and safety policies and practices.
8)Analyze information needs and apply current and emerging information technologies to support the human resources function.
403(IT) Software Project Management Subject-Core 1)Recognize, trace and resolve IT related crises using project management software
2)Identify the impact of IT projects on the performance of the organizations
3)Manage the phases and infrastructure of IT projects
4)Develop strategies to calculate risk factors involved in IT projects
5)Analyse project management software to control the design, implementation, closure, and evaluation of IT projects
6)Estimate, plan, calculate, and adjust project variables
404(IT) Enterprise Resource Planning Subject-Core 1)Apply &comprehend the technical aspects of ERP systems
2)Analyse the concepts of reengineering and how they relate to ERP system implementations
3)Assess the map business processes using process mapping techniques
4)Demonstrate the steps and activities in the ERP life cycle
5)Identify and describe typical functionality in an ERP system
6)Interpret obtain practical hands-on experience with one of the COTS ERP Software e.g. SAP, Oracle
405(IT) Web Designing & Multimedia Applications Subject-Elective 1)Identify and implement the optimum techniques for communicating complex information on the Web.
2)Apply the primary elements of interface design and apply the principles and tools of interactive components to Rich 3. Interpret Interactive Applications (RIAs) and standard Web pages and sites.
3)ApplyMaster digital graphic design tools and principles and apply them creatively and appropriately to a wide range of audiences and for different content and media.
4)Analyse Master current and evolving Web languages for integrating media and user interaction in both front end and back end elements of a Web site. Included in the languages are HTML5, CSS3, VB.NET, JavaScript, ActionScript 3.0, ASO.NET, C# and PHP.
406(IT) Network Technologies& Security Subject-Elective 1)Identify some of the factors driving the need for network security
2)Identify and classify particular examples of attacks
3)Identify the terms vulnerability, threat and attack
4)Identify physical points of vulnerability in simple networks
5)Apply,compare and contrast symmetric and asymmetric encryption systems and their vulnerability to attack, and explain the characteristics of hybrid systems.
409(IT) Information Security & Audit Subject-Elective 1)Assess the effectiveness of information security measures of the organization with a view to bridge the identified gaps
2)Apply process of hacking with full knowledge of the network topology and other crucial information.
3)Identify threats within the organization and surrounding the information systems
4. Analyse information Security Policies and Procedures 5)Apply information Security Architecture
6)Interpret Business Applications
413(IT) Internet Marketing & Internet of Things (IOT) Subject Core 1)Identify the ‘the Internet of Things’ concept. Identify how internal and external systems monitoring on a vast scale provides information and resources that will change fundamental assumptions about building operations.
2)Identify the challenges experienced in accessing and using IoT data in building management systems.
3)Identify how emerging IoT systems can/will improve building and campus security monitoring and occupancy safety, building and campus energy management, building occupant thermal and visual comfort, and potentially provide additional data and building occupant protection in seismic events.
4)Basic knowledge in electronics is helpful but not mandatory
403(OPM) Operations Strategy and Research Subject-Core 1)Identify system components and utilize computer hardware and software.
2)Apply proficient in using the features of word processing in Microsoft Word.
3)Apply proficient in using spreadsheet software and be able to create technical and complex spreadsheets for data analyses using Microsoft Excel.
4)Analyse a database such as Microsoft Access.Develop effective and professional business presentations using Microsoft Power Point.
5)Interpret the internet to research information and enhance their documents.
6)Describe ethics and security within the context of information technology.
404(OPM) Total Quality Management Subject-Core 1)Identify the different meanings of the quality concept and its influence.
2)Describe, distinguish and use the several techniques and quality management tools.
3)Interpret and distinguish the normalisation, homologation and certification activities.
4)Identify the elements that are part of the quality measuring process in the industry.
5)Analyse the errors in the measuring process, distinguishing its nature and the root causes.
405(OPM) Quality Management Standards Subject-Elective 1)Apply the basic concepts and overcome legislative framework in the subject area of quality control and quality management system,
2)Describe ways of applying quality management in the actual organization
3)Demonstrate the capability of making quality process for the selected process,
4)Interpret perceiving the organization to determine the existence or nonexistence of management system,
5)Demonstrate the capability of making quality process, given the well-known process, identify the standard that could be applied, the roles and responsibilities of reference legislative framework
406(OPM) World Class Manufacturing Subject-Elective 1)Identify awareness about various models which intern help organization to bring excellence in their manufacturing systems
2)Apply different tools used for enhancing excellence in manufacturing
3)Analyse the significance of IT in world class manufacturing practices
4)Demonstrate different quality imperatives
5)Describe the importance of Total Quality Management (TQM) and apply its principles and techniques.improve Stage Techniques
407(OPM) Business Process Reengineering Subject-Elective 1)Apply systematically the business re-engineering tools and methodologies in analyses specific to the re-engineering project
2)Describe on the core critical business processes for achieving higher organizational productivity
3)Interpret an appropriate practices of the business re-engineering project by taking the practical situations into consideration
4)Assess the most feasible practical solution to the problem keeping in mind the considerations of business automation, value, processes and risks in launching the business re-engineering project.
5)Demonstrate with appropriate media, including graphical representations of artifacts and written reports.
408(OPM) Enterprise Resource Planning Subject-Elective 1)Apply& comprehend the technical aspects of ERP systems
2)Analyse the concepts of reengineering and how they relate to ERP system implementations
3)Assess the map business processes using process mapping techniques
4)Demonstrate the steps and activities in the ERP life cycle
5)Identify and describe typical functionality in an ERP system
6)Interpret obtain practical hands-on experience with one of the COTS ERP Software e.g. SAP, Oracle
403(SCM) Strategic Supply Chain Management Subject-Core 1)Describe fundamental supply chain management concepts.
2)Apply knowledge to evaluate and manage an effective supply chain.
3)Demonstrate the foundational role of logistics as it relates to transportation and warehousing.
4)Interpret the management of a supply chain with corporate goals and strategies.
5)Analyze and improve supply chain processes.
404(SCM) Knowledge Management in Supply Chains Subject-Core 1)Describe fundamental supply chain management concepts.
2)Apply knowledge to evaluate and manage an effective supply chain.
3)Demonstrate the foundational role of logistics as it relates to transportation and warehousing.
4)Interpret the management of a supply chain with corporate goals and strategies.
5)Analyze and improve supply chain processes.
405(SCM) Green Logistics and Supply Chains Subject-Elective 1)Analyse recent trends in green legislation with respect to supply chains
2)Apply the environmental impacts of supply chains and hence the need for green supply chains
3)Apply related methodologies and tools to the design of green supply chains and the improvement of existing supply chains
4)Interpret green practices, based on green legislation, into supply chain activities for sustainable development
5)Analytical perspective that enhances their appreciation and independent judgment of green supply chain design
6)Describe the importance of green legislation and thus comply with green regulations in their future professional career
406(SCM) Enterprise Resource Planning Subject-Elective 1)Apply comprehend the technical aspects of ERP systems
2)Analyse the concepts of reengineering and how they relate to ERP system implementations
3)Assess the map business processes using process mapping techniques
4)Demonstrate the steps and activities in the ERP life cycle
5)Identify and describe typical functionality in an ERP system
6)Interpret obtain practical hands-on experience with one of the COTS ERP Software e.g. SAP, Oracle
407(SCM) Purchasing & Supplier Relationship Management - II Subject-Elective 1)Describe what makes some suppliers more important than others
2)Describe the different approaches and types of intervention for important suppliers
3)Apply a series of approaches to better manage a supplier
4)Identify and drive in the appropriate relationship with important and strategic suppliers.
5)Apply simple contract management principles
6)Conduct a supplier review meeting
7)Develop joint working approaches for Strategic Collaborative Relationships to collaborate on key initiatives
412(SCM) Global Logistics Subject-Elective 1)Analyze and identify the problems in the processes and critically evaluates the logistics and supply chain management practices.
2)Ability to explain the multi-modal transport systems such as road transport, maritime transport and air transport
3)Ability to manage and be able to manage to solve existing and potential problems encountered in practice.
4)Develop efficient logistics and supply chain strategies using appropriate theory, tools and methods, ability to do logistic system designs that supports the company’s mission and objectives and be able to decide
5)Ability to use Turkish fluently and correctly in the scientific and professional work and to read and understand at least one foreign language.
6)Evaluate cases with a critical approach
403(RM) E – commerce and digital marketing in retail Subject-Core 1)Demonstrate an understanding of the foundations and importance of E-commerce
2)Demonstrate an understanding of retailing in E-commerce
3)Analyze the impact of E-commerce on business models and strategy
4)Create original content for digital distribution in a manner that employs marketing research to achieve organizational goals.
5)Develop web applications utilizing industry standard markup, protocols, and languages.
6.Demonstrate and employ the use of data to support dynamic user interaction with digital content. 6)Demonstrate and employ the use of data to support dynamic user interaction with digital content.
404(RM) International Retailing Subject-Core 1)Assess the challenges of turbulent business environments
2)Evaluate and design sustainable strategies in such environments either in marketing, international business and/or technology management fields and in their intersection
3)Apply relevant business skills
3)Develop relevant additional knowledge and skills to support subject-based expertise and international readiness and personal development
4)Conduct and report on an independent scientific research project
5)Analytical skills and apply tools required for professional practices
6)Demonstrate to show a market‐oriented, global, entrepreneurial and sustainable mindset
406(RM) Retail Customer Service Subject-Elective 1)Analyse the different types of retail channels used within indian context.
2)Describe the characteristics of the local retail environment, and its importance for the indian economy.
3)Identify different retail occupations and the related skills, attributes and behaviours.
4)Describe the five steps of the selling process and other key aspects that can influence the process.
5)Communicate effectively with customers during the sales process.
407(RM) Retail Pricing Subject-Elective 1)Identify retailing 2)Evaluate what marketing means to business executives and academics
3)Assess the ways that retailers use marketing tools and techniques to interact with their customers.
4)Communicate effectively with customers during the sales process.
5)Assess customers in a retail environment.

MCA Course Outcomes

The basic objective of the education of the Masters programme in Computer Application (M.C.A) is to provide to the country a steady stream of the necessary knowledge, skills and foundation for acquiring a wide range of rewarding careers into the rapidly expanding world of the Information Technology.

Programme Objectives

Programme Outcomes are narrower statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do upon graduation. These relate to the skills, knowledge, and behaviour that students acquire in their matriculation through the programme.

Course Outcomes

Course Outcomes are narrower statements that describe what students are expected to know, and be able to do at the end of each course. These relate to the skills, knowledge, and behaviour that students acquire in their matriculation through the course.

Programme Specific Objective

  • Should be able to successfully contribute in Information Technology Industry playing different roles on various technologies
  • Should be able to adapt changes and learn newly Technologies in Information Technology Industry
  • Should be able to grow and excel in Information Technology Industry
  • On gaining experience, Individual should be able to lead teams, mentor and guide inexperienced and budding professionals

Program Objectives

  • Problem Analysis- Identify, formulate, research literature, and solve complex computing problems reaching substantiated conclusions using fundamental principles of mathematics, computing sciences,and relevant domain disciplines.
  • Design Development of Solutions - Design and evaluate solutions for complex computing problems, and design and evaluate systems, components, or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Modern Tool usage - Create, select, adapt and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern computing tools to complex computing activities, with an understanding of the limitations.
  • Life Long learning - Recognise the need, and have the ability, to engage in independent learning for continual development as a computing professional.
  • Project Management and Finance - Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the computing and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Individual and Team Working - Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Professional Ethics - Understand and commit to professional ethics and cyber regulations, responsibilities, and norms of professional computing practices.
  • Multi-Disciplinery Ability : - Demonstrate knowledge and ability to work in different domains and disciplines including non-development / operational IT work

Pattern 2013

I Sem

Course Code Course Name Course Objective
IT11 Computer Organization 1)Provide basic knowledge of Computer System, it’s components and their organization.
2)Introduce to the basic data representation in the computer.
IT12 C Programming 1)Provide knowledge of basic Programming Concepts, Develop Programming Logic, use of Programming Instructions, Syntax and Program Structure.
2)Create foundation to learn other complex programming languages like C++, Java etc.
3)Should be able to develop C programs
IT13 Software Engineering 1)Provide fundamental knowledge of Software Analysis and Design, Development Life Cycle
2)To provide understanding of different CASE tools and current trends in Software Engineering
BM11 Principles and Practices of Management and Organizational Behavior 1)Provide knowledge on basic management concepts and use of management principles in the organization.
BM12 Business Process Domains with Cost and Financial Accounting 1)To provide knowledge of the processes and practices in business and their applications
2)To introduce advance business applications like CRM and SCM.
3)To provide knowledge on the financial aspect of business and management to enable student in understanding and analyzing financial statements of a business.
MT11 Discrete Mathematics 1)Provide knowledge of Logic, Relations and Functions, Algebraic Functions and Graph Theory.
IT11P Mini Project using C 1)Provide hands on practice of developing C and inculcate good programming skills.
SS1L Softskill - Word Power, Business English 1)To provide knowledge on the vocabulary of English, increase/improve comfort ability with business English.
2)To help improve understanding of language (hearing practice) and reading.
BM12L Business Process Domains with Cost and Financial Accounting - Lab 1)To get handson experience of various business domains and be able To think from designing Information Systems
2)To provide knowledge of standart business processes and End To End journies through available tools

II Sem

Course Code Course Name Course Objective
IT21 Object Oriented Programming with C++ 1)To provide knowledge of Object Oriented programming concepts
2)To provide knowledge on C++ programming concepts
3)To be able to code and provide solutions using C++ programming language
IT22 Database Management System 1)The provide knowledge related to database, database models, SQL and database operations.
2)Creates a strong foundation for application database design.
IT23 Operating System Concepts 1)Provide knowledge of fundamentals of Operating systems
2)Provide knowledge on management of key computing resources like CPU, Memory, Storage, Process Synchronization and Deadlocks
IT24 Enterprise Resource Planning 1)To provide knowledge of ERP systems its structure, modules, benefits, implementation and post implementation issues through real-life cases
BM22 Softskills 1)To develop and nurture the soft skills that help develop student as a team member, leader, and all round professional in long run.
2)To provide knowledge of Softskills like Written, Oral communication, Time Management, Meditation, Introspection
IT21L Mini Project using C++ 1)To Provide hands-on platform for developing programs using C++ language.
2)C++ Programming should cover concepts on Class, Inheritance, Abstraction, Encapsulation, dynamic binding, polymorphism, I/O systems, exception handling
3 Develop Problem Solving ability and built a knowledge on referring online forums, documentations of OEMs to resolve Programming related problems
IT22L Mini Project based on RDBMS concepts 1)Will enhance database handling, data manipulation and data processing skills through SQL & PL/SQL, which will help students in developing data centric computer applications.
SS2L Soft Skill - Group Discussion 1)Should be able to communicate within the group 2)Contribute in Group discussions 3)Drive discussions, focus on the objective and outcome of the discussion and achieve those

III Sem

Course Code Course Name Course Objective
IT31 Web Technologies 1)Enables students to understand web page site planning, management and maintainence
2)Explains the concepts of developing advanced HTML pages with the help of frames, scripting languages, and evolving technologies & scripting like DHTML, jQuery, AJAX and XML.
IT32 Data Communication and Computer Networks 1)To provide knowledge on various computer networks, technologies behind networks and application protocols, e-mail and communication protocols along with introduction to advance network technologies like LTE, Cloud computing, Grid computing will be introduced to the students through this subject.
IT33 Data Structure using C++ 1)The basic algorithms related to handling data like stack, lists, queue, trees and graphs are introduced in this subject. The implementation of these algorithms will be taught using C++ programming language.
IT34 Advanced Database Management System 1)To gain an knowledge of the issues in objected oriented data models, learn about the Web-DBMS integration technology and XML for Internet database applications, familiarize with the data-warehousing and data-mining techniques and other advanced topics.
IT35 Object Oriented Analysis and Design 1)Should understand the issues involved in implementing an object-oriented design. Should acquire knowledge in analyzing requirements and produce an initial design
2)Should be able to develop a design to the point where it is ready for implementation, should be able to design components to maximize their reuse.
3)Learn to use the essential modeling elements in the most recent release of the Unified Modeling Language - UML 2.0
MT31 Research Methodology and tools 1)To provide knowledge and understanding that Research is a tool which helps the manager to identify, understand and solve management problems.
2)Research improves the decision making ability of the manager.
3)To create undersanding and develop scientific attitude towards solving a management problem
4) Impart knowledge about tools available for carrying out research.
IT31P Mini Project based on Web Technologies 1)To make practice of developing a good web application using the techniques and scripting students have learnt, they have to do a mini project as an assignment.
2)Students are expected to develop dynamic web projects, based on HTML, DHTML, JavaScript / VBScript and ASP.
IT31L Mini Project based on Data Structure concept 1)The practical implementation of data structure will be done by students through this lab work, which will built efficient programming skills in students.
SS3L Soft Skill - Technical Writing 1)To be able To write technical documents like Requirement Specification, Process documents, Plans, Business Cases, Case Study

IV Sem

Course Code Course Name Course Objective
IT41 Java Programming 1)To enable the students to understand the core principles of the Java Language and use visual tools to produce well designed, effective applications and applets.
IT42 Mobile Computing 1)To introduce network, system, techniques and applications in Mobile Wireless Computing.
IT43 Information Security and Audit 1)To create awareness about the values of Information and how the Information security practices are meticulously implemented in IT companies worldwide.
IT44 Design and Analysis of Algorithm 1)To understand and learn advance algorithms and methods used in computer science to create strong logic and problem solving approach in student
MT41 Optimization Technique 1)To introduce the linear programming and related optimization theories to solve real life /simulated problems.
BME41 Business Scenario - Elective (Social Networking) 1)All elective subject will be self learning oriented. Student should practice use of self learning resource by means of e-learning material, internet, field survey, library, on-line journals etc for gaining expertise in the subject. College should conduct expert lectures in form of workshops and seminars for these subjects.
IT41L Java Lab 1) This project work will provide hands on practice to student to enhance their Java Programming Skills. Java concepts such as Interfaces, Packages, Exception Handling, Applet, multithreading, Abstract Windows Toolkit, Java Input Output, Networking, JDBC, RMI, Java Beans should be included.
IT41P Mini Project using Mobile Computing 1)To be able to do develop Website using XHTML, ChTML
2)To be able to setup WAP2 between Access point and Laptop
3)To be able to use Bluetooth link between Laptop and Mobile Phone, File Transfer, Application Install,
4)To be able to do Security Setting
5)To be able to develop Mobile Device Simulator and to be able to do Mobile Handset Programming
6)To be able to Design of Touch Screen User Interface
SS4L Soft Skill - Presentation Skill 1)To be able to use tools like Powerpoint ' To be able to prepare convincing and articulative presentations ' To be able to present and put across ones views to audience and address queries, concerns raisedby audience
BME41L Business Scenario - Elective Lab 1)All elective subject will be self learning oriented. Student should practice use of self learning resource by means of e-learning material, internet, field survey, library, on-line journals etc for gaining expertise in the subject. College should conduct expert lectures in form of workshops and seminars for these subjects.

V Sem

Course Code Course Name Course Objective
IT51 Software Testing and Quality Assurance 1)To enable student to learn Software Testing and Quality Assurance good practices with the help of various software testing techniques, Strategies, tools and case studies.
IT52 Software Project Management 1) -To learn process of software project management, cost estimation, use of project management tools, configuration management, user roles and software teams.
IT53 Emerging Trends in Information Technology 1)To make students aware with the changes in technologies, applications and systems around us.
IT54 Advanced Development Technology 1) - To teach student application development technology currently available. Prefer .NET Framework 4.0 and Visual Studio 2010
IT55 Advanced Internet Technology 1)To provide extension to web development skills acquired in 3rd semester. Struts, Servlets, Java Beans, JSP and PHP are introduced for student to enhance their skills.
ITE51 Advanced Technology - Elective 1)All elective subject will be self learning oriented. Student should practice use of self learningresource by means of e-learning material, internet, field survey, library, on-line journals etc forgaining expertise in the subject. College should conduct expert lectures in form of workshops andseminars for these subjects
IT51P Mini project using AIT and ADT 1)The objective of this mini project is to gear up student for preparation of final project in Semester VI.
2)Student will select individually Commercial or Technical project based on Application Development Technologies learnt in Semester IV.
3)Each student will have to prepare proper documentation consisting of SRS, Modeling Techniques, Development Strategies and Implementation and Testing Strategies. Student may use any Design Methodologies such as SSAD, OOAD and UML etc. This is a documentation project only.
4)The project work will be presented by student using Power Point Presentation Tool to the panel of internal teachers appointed by the Director of the concerned Institute/College.
5)The Institute may appoint external expert from industry or academics if it feels so. The students will be assessed internally by such panel for thisproject.
IT51L Case Tool Lab 1)To make student accustom with various automated tools used for Software Design and Development, Testing, Project Management etc.
SS5L Soft Skill - Interview Skill 1) To provide confidence and ability to face Interviews
2) To build further softskills acquired and be able to communicate, present, articulate in a postive mindframe with positive body language
ITE51L Business Scenario - Elective Lab 1)All elective subject will be self learning oriented. Student should practice use of self learningresource by means of e-learning material, internet, field survey, library, on-line journals etc forgaining expertise in the subject. College should conduct expert lectures in form of workshops andseminars for these subjects

VI Sem

Course Code Course Name Course Objective
IT61P Project 1)To enable students to experience the full life cycle project preferably in professional environment
2)To provide hands on experience on different phases like Reqt. Capture, Design, Construct and test
3)To provide exposure in dealing with user community (Requirements Generators)
4)To provide experience of delivering application to the satisfaction on customer

PO CO mapping based on 2012-2013 pattern

Course Code Course Title PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8
IT11 Computer Organization Y
IT13 Software Engineering Y Y
BM11 Principles and Practices of Management and Organizational Behavior Y Y Y Y
BM12 Business Process Domains with Cost and Financial Accounting Y Y Y
MT11 Discrete Mathematics Y
IT11P Mini Project using C Y Y Y Y
SS1L Softskill - Word Power, Business English Y Y
IT21 Object Oriented Programming with C++ Y Y Y
IT22 Database Management System Y Y Y
IT23 Operating System Concepts Y Y Y
BM21 Management Information System and BI Y Y Y Y Y
IT24 Enterprise Resource Planning Y Y Y
BM22 Softskills Y Y
IT21L Mini Project using C++ Y Y Y
IT22L Mini Project based on RDBMS concepts Y Y Y
SS2L Soft Skill - Group Discussion Y Y
IT31 Web Technologies Y Y
IT32 Data Communication and Computer Networks Y Y Y
IT33 Data Structure using C++ Y Y Y
IT34 Advanced Database Management System Y Y Y Y
IT35 Object Oriented Analysis and Design Y Y Y
MT31 Research Methodology and tools Y Y
IT31P Mini Project based on Web Technologies Y Y Y
IT31L Mini Project based on Data Structure concept Y Y Y
SS3L Soft Skill - Technical Writing Y Y Y Y Y
IT41 Java Programming Y Y Y Y
IT42 Mobile Computing Y Y Y Y
IT43 Information Security and Audit Y Y
IT44 Design and Analysis of Algorithm Y Y
MT41 Optimization Technique Y
BME41 Business Scenario - Elective (Social Networking) Y
IT41L Java Lab Y Y Y
IT41P Mini Project using Mobile Computing Y Y Y
SS4L Soft Skill - Presentation Skill Y Y
BME41L Business Scenario - Elective Lab
IT51 Software Testing and Quality Assurance Y Y Y
IT52 Software Project Management Y Y Y
IT54 Advanced Development Technology Y Y Y Y
IT55 Advanced Internet Technology Y Y Y Y
ITE51 Advanced Technology - Elective Y Y Y
IT51P Mini project using AIT and ADT Y Y Y Y
IT51L Case Tool Lab Y
SS5L Soft Skill - Interview Skill Y Y
ITE51L Advance Technology - Elective Lab Y Y Y Y
IT61P Project Y Y Y Y Y