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I want to get admission in M.Com in Calcutta University so I want to know the curriculum of it can you please provide me this?
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Department of Commerce, University of Calcutta offers M.Com of 2 year duration course
Calcutta University M.Com Syllabus
Papers at the 1st Year Level
1.1 Organizational Behaviors and Human Resource Management
1.2 Managerial Economics
1.3 Macro Economics and Business Environment
1.4 International Business
1.5 Marketing Management
1.6 Statistics for Business Decision
1.7 Operations Research
1.8 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
1.9 Taxation Laws an Planning
1.10 Accounting Theory
Papers at the 2nd Year Level
2.1 Strategic Management
2.2 Information System and Computer Applications
2.3 Financial Markets and Financial Engineering
2.4 Financial Management and business Valuation
2.5 Strategic Cost and Management Accounting
2.6 Auditing and Assurance Service
2.7 Corporate Financial Accounting and Reporting
2.8 Financial Statement Analysis
2.9 International Finance
2.10 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
Detailed Course Contents
Papers at the 1st –Year Level
Paper 1.1 : Organizational Behaviors and Human Resource Management
Module I
• The concept of organization - concept and understanding of Organisational behavior - Organisational
behavior in the global context.
• The individual in the organisation – personality, values, attitudes, perception and learning.
• Groups in Organization - Foundation of Group Behavior- informal and formal groups- Creativity and
group decision making.
• Group Dynamics - power and politics- organizational conflict and resolution Culture.
Module II
• Introduction - challenges – responses – objectives – Models Preparation and selection – job analysis
and design – HR planning – recruitment – selection.
• Development and Evaluation- placement – training – performance – appraisal – career planning.
• Compensation and Protection- compensation management – incentives – benefits and services
Suggested Readings
• Aswathappa, K., Organisational Behavior, Himalaya publishing.
• Luthans, E, Organisational Behavior, McGraw Hill Moorhead and griffin, Organisational Behavior,
Houghton- Mifflin.
• Newstrom and Davies, Organisational Behavior, Human Behavior at work, Tata McGrow Hill.
• Robbins, S.A., Organisational Behavior, Prentice Hall. Sukla, M., Understanding Organisations,
Organisation Theory and Practice in India , Prentice Hall.
• L.M. Prasad, Human Resource Management- Sultan and Chand 2001.
• K. Aswathappa, Human Resource and Personnel Management- Tata Mcgraw Hill Publishing Co. 1999.
• Garry Desslor, Human Resource Management – Pearson Education 2004.
• Subba Rao & V.5.P Rao, Personnel/ Human Resources Management, Konark Publishing Pvt. Ltd. 1997.
• C.B. Memoria, Personnel Management- Himalaya Publishing House 2002.
• David Decenzo & J Stephen Robbins, personnel/ Human Resource Management- eastern Economy
Publication 1999.
Paper 1.2 : Managerial Economics
Module I
• Scope: Scarcity and Choice, Production Possibility Curve – Applications of Economic Theory in
Managerial decision making – Incremental Reasoning, Opportunity Cost Principal and Discounting –
Concept of Total, Average and Marginal – Optimization Method.
• Demand Theories and applications : Consumer Theory – Choice under uncertainty. Elasticity concept
and application – Demand Estimation and Forecasting.
• Production and Cost : Short- run and Long – run Aspects.
• Pricing and Market Structures : Perfect Competition, Monopoly and Discrimination, Monopolistic
Competition, Oligopoly.
Module II
• Risk and Uncertainties in Managerial Decision making : Decision Criteria and Applications
• Managerial Theory of Firm : Sales Maximization with and without Profit Constraint – Williamson and
Marrris Models – Satisfying behavior : Cyert and March.
• Factor Pricing : Basic Principals – Impact Under Different Market Conditions.
• Market Failures And Applications of Welfare Economics : Conflicts of Efficiency and Equity –correction
of External Diseconomies through Government Policies.
Suggested Readings
• Ferguson and Gould, Microeconomic Theory.
• Henderson JM and Quandt RE., Microeconomic Theory,
• Koutsoyannis M. Modern Microeconomics, Macmillan India Ltd.
• Maddala and Miller E., Microeconomics.
• Pyndick and Rubinfield,. Microeconomics, PHI, New Delhi+
• Salvatore D., Managerial Economics in a Global Economy, Harcourt Collins.
• Publications.
• Salvatore D., Managerial Economics, McGraw Hill
Paper 1.3 : Macro Economics and Business Environment
Module I
• National Income and Accounting : Measurement of GNP/National Income-it’s accounting.
• Equilibrium Income : Cases of open and closed Economy-Commodity market and money market
equilibrium-IS-LM Approach.
• Open Economy : Short – run aspect-IS-LM model.
Module II
• Inflation : Demand pull and Cost push Theory.
• Investment : Present value and Internal rate of return Criteria.
• Growth : Neo- classical growth Theory- Slow Model.
• India’s Macro Economy: Behavior National Income-its composition and trends.
• India’s Business Environment : Government Policies towards FDI and FII.
Suggested Reading
• Branson, W., Macroeconomic Theory and Policy, Harper International.
• Froyen, T.R,. Macroeconomics, Macmillan India Ltd.
• Mankiww, G.N; Macroeconomics, CBS Publication & Distribution: New Delhi.
• Misra and Puri Indian Economy, Himalaya publishing co.
• Samuelson, P.A and Northus, W.D., Economics Tata McGraw Hill publication co Ltd.
Paper 1.4 : International Business
Module I
• Trends in International Business : Cold war Era and Globalization –Change in Compositional significance
of Trade and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) under Globalization-SEZs and their Significance.
• Multinational Corporation : Major Vehicles of FDI – their Inherent Disadvantage in host countries – their
Advantages (Dunning’s OLI Framework) – their Cost Advantage (rigorous proof required) through
transfer of their Knowledge-based Assets – Condition of Host Country Welfare Gains from Multinational
Investment vis-ΰ-vis autarkic situation ( rigorous derivation required).
• Foreign Exchange Market and BoP : Demand and supply of Foreign Exchange – Significance of Marshall-
Lerner Condition in supply of Foreign Exchange –Exchange Rate – Devaluation and up valuation of
Domestic currency – Different Exchange Rate Regimes and their Mechanisms – Risk Management : Spot
Covering Forward Covering Speculation in Spot and Forward Markets –Concepts of Forward Premium
and Discount –Bop : Defination Current Account and capital Account, Identity and Equilibrium,
Fundamental Disequilibrium –IMF and WTO
• Regional Economic Integration : Tariff and its impact – Tariff and Non-Tariff Barriers to Trade- EU,
ASEAN and SAARC.
Module Il
• Global Strategic Management : Concept of Global Strategic Management ; Theory of Global
Competitiveness Alignment- Mapping competitiveness shift ; Porter’s Diamond Model of Competitive
Advantage ; the 10-P Model of Global strategic Management.
• The strategy and Organization of International Business : Strategy in international Business Motivation
and pressures in internationalization, the Global firm as a value Chain, Internationalization strategies;
organization of international business – structure, control, system and culture.
• Market Entry Strategy: Entry objectives; scale of entry; timing of entry; entry models.
• International Business Operations : Global Manufacturing ; Global marketing Management ; Global
Human resource management, Global business citizenship.
Suggested Reading
• Chacholiades Miltiades, International Economics, McGraw Hill
• Hill Charles WL and Jain A.K., International Business, Tata McGraw hill
• Markusen , Melvin, Kaemfer and Maskus, International Trade Theory and Evidence, McGraw Hill.
• Rugman and Hodgetts, International Business : A Strategic Management Approach, Pearson.
• Taggart, James, H. and McDermott Michael C., The Essence of International Business. Prentice Hall.
Paper 1.5 : Marketing Management
Module I
• Understanding Marketing : Concept; Needs and Wants; Exchange , Transactions and Relationship;
Consumer and Societal orientation.
• Emerging issue in Marketing : Building Customer Relationships; Challenges I newMillennium; Rural
Markets; Issue of Consumerism.
• Developing Marketing Opportunities and Strategies : Marketing Environment ; Designing the Business
Portfolio; adopting Competitive Strategies.
Module II
• Buyer Behaviour : Factors influencing Individual Buying Behaviour ; Buying Decision Process for New
Product ;Market Segmentation .
• Developing the Marketing Mix : Concept of Marketing Mix of Product and service; product Mix
Decisions; New Product Development Process, Product Life Cycle; Price; Factor to consider when
setting Price; Pricing Strategies.
• Marketing Reach and Communication : Nature and Importance of Marketing Channels Organization and
Management; Nature and Importance of Marketing Logistics; Logistics Functions; Marketing
Communication Mix; Steps in Developing effective Communication; Sales Promotion; Public Relation.
Suggested Reading
• Kotler and Armstrong, Principal of Marketing, Pearson Education.
• Ramaswamy and Namakumari, Marketing Management, Planning, Implementation and Control,
Macmilan.
• Etzel, Walker, Stanton and Pandit, marketing, Concept and Cases, Tata McGraw Hill.
• Saxena Marketing Management, Tata McGraw Hill.
• Grewal and _evy, Marketing, Tata McGraw Hill.
• Perreault and McCarthy, Essentials of Marketing, McGraw Hill.
• Perreault and McCarthy, Basic Marketing: A Global Managerial Approach, McGraw Hill.
Paper 1.6 : Statistics for Business Decision
Module I
• Probability Theory : Meaning of probability; Different Definition of Probability; Total Probability
Theorem; Conditional Probability; Compound Probability; Independent Events; Bayes’ theorem on
Conditional Probability.
• Random Variable and Probability Distributions : Random variable; probability Functions; Expectation
and Variance of a random variable; moments ; Binomial, Poisson, Normal and Exponential distributions;
Joint distributions of two random variables (discrete).
• Sampling Theory : Basic concept of sampling; Sampling and Non-sampling errors; Practical method of
selecting random sample; Random and non-random sampling techniques; Sampling Distributions
(statement only); Sample size decision.
• Estimation : Concept of point and interval estimation; Properties of a good estimator; Method of
estimation ( Moment method, Maximum likelihood method, Least squares method).
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