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B COM P SEMESTER I 2019,CORE COURSE,1 Business Organisation and Management. 2 Financial Accounting,Compulsory,ABILITY ENHANCEMENT COMPULSORY COURSE AECC. Environmental Science,Compulsory,MODERN INDIAN LANGUAGE MIL. Hindi A B C,Punjabi A B C,Subjects in Lieu of MIL,1 Economics Principles of Microeconomics I. 2 Political Science Globalising World,Choose any One.
B COM P SEMESTER I 2019,1 BUSINESS ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT. Course Objective, The objective of this course is to develop an understanding about functions of management. and challenges faced by management and organisations with changing dynamics. Course Learning Outcomes, After completing the course the student shall be able to. CO1 understand dynamics of business organisations and management practices with. respect to stakeholders, CO2 understand varied perspectives related to business environment and entrepreneurship. CO3 analyze how organisations adapt to an uncertain environment and decipher decision. making techniques managers use to influence and control the internal environment. CO4 analyze the relationship amongst functions of management i e planning organizing. directing and controlling, CO5 appreciate the change in working pattern of modern organisations.
Course Contents, Unit I Introduction to Business Organisations and Management. Meaning and role of organisations and management in our lives Relationship between. organisation and management Overview of functions of management Multiple. perspectives of business organisations Consumers Employees Entrepreneurs. Community Society at large Perspective as a student researcher underlying disciplines. Ownership forms Business formats Brick Mortar Click Brick Click Franchising. location scale local national global Micro small medium and large. Unit II Business Environment and Entrepreneurship, Meaning layers micro immediate meso intermediate macro and international. characteristics of business friendly environment Ideals of business ethics social. responsibility and conscientious commerce Business and social entrepreneurship as a. process of opportunity problem recognition and their realization resolution. Unit III Planning and Organizing, Planning meaning of project strategic and operations planning Decision making process. and techniques Organizing orderly division of labor specialization Organisational. structures and organograms staffed manned structures traditional and modern. Unit IV Directing and Controlling, Motivation needs including Maslow s theory incentives rewards equity and two factor. theory Herzberg Leadership and followership meaning and importance Organisation. wide leadership Communication meaning and importance determinants of effectiveness. Principles of controlling Relationship between planning organizing directing. controlling Financial quality and operating standards controls. Unit V Salient Developments and Contemporary Issues in Management. Subaltern management ideas from India Diversity inclusion democracy and sociocracy. at work Freelancing Flexi time and work from home Co sharing co working. References, Basu C 2017 Business Organisation and Management McGraw Hill Education.
Drucker P F 1954 The Practice of Management Newyork Harper Row. Kaul V K 2012 Business Organisation Management Pearson Education. Koontz H Weihrich H 2012 Essentials of Management An International and. Leadership Perspective Paperback,Additional Resources. Barry J Chandler J Clark H Johnston R Needle D 1999 Organisation. and Management A Critical Text Cengage Learning, Drucker P F 1999 Management Challenges for the 21st Century Harper Collins. Publishers Inc, Griffin Management Principles and Application Cengage Learning. Note Latest edition of readings may be used,Teaching Learning Process. Interactive class room sessions with the help of power point presentations case discussions. and group discussions to ensure active participation and continuous learning. Assessment Methods, Class tests Assignments Class participation Presentations End semester examination.
Management Functions Organisation Structure Social Entrepreneurship Motivation. 2 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING,Course Objective, This course provides conceptual knowledge of financial accounting and provides. knowledge about the techniques for preparing accounts in different type of business. organisations,Course Learning Outcomes, After completing the course the student shall be able to. CO1 build an understanding of theoretical framework of accounting and be able to. prepare financial statements, CO2 explain and determine depreciation and inventory value. CO3 develop understanding of accounting for hire purchase transactions and lease. transactions,CO4 understand branch and departmental accounting. CO5 develop the skill of preparation of trading and profit and loss account and balance. sheet using computerized accounting or prepare accounts for dissolution of a partnership. Course Contents,Unit I Introduction, Conceptual Framework Accounting principle Concepts and Conventions Introduction to.
Accounting Standards and Indian Accounting Standards AS Ind AS Accounting. Process Journal ledger Trial Balance Financial Statements overview Capital. Expenditure and Receipts Revenue Expenditure and Receipts and Deferred Revenue. Expenditure overview Preparation of Financial Statements of a profit making sole. proprietorship trading firm with additional information Preparation of Financial. Statements of a not for profit organisations, Unit II Depreciation accounting and inventory valuation. Accounting for Plant Property and Equipment Depreciation Meaning of Depreciation. Depletion and Amortization Objective and Methods of depreciation Straight line. Diminishing Balance Change of Method Inventory Valuation Meaning Significance of. Inventory Valuation Inventory Record System Periodic and Perpetual Methods of. Inventory Valuation FIFO LIFO and Weighted Average. Relevant accounting Standards as applicable, Unit III Accounting for hire purchase and lease transactions. Hire Purchase Accounting Calculation of Interest Partial and Full Repossession profit. Computation Stock Debtors System only Lease Transactions Concept Classification. of leases an overview,Relevant accounting Standards as applicable. Unit IV Branch and departmental accounting, Accounting for Branches excluding foreign branches Dependent branches Debtors. system and Stock debtors System, Departmental Accounting Concept Type of departments basis of allocation of.
departmental expenses Methods of departmental accounting excluding memorandum. stock and memorandum mark up account method,Unit V Computerized accounting system. Practical lab, Computerized Accounting System Computerized accounts by using any popular. accounting software Creating a company Configure and Features settings Creating. Accounting Ledgers and Groups Creating Stock Items and Groups Vouchers Entry. Generating Reports Cash Book Ledger Accounts Trial Balance Profit and Loss. Account Balance Sheet Funds Flow Statement Cash Flow Statement Selecting and. Shutting a Company Backup and Restore of Data of a Company. Unit V Accounting for partnership firm, Partnership accounts Fundamentals Admission Retirement and Death of a partner only. an overview, Accounting for Dissolution of Partnership Firm Dissolution of Partnership Firm including. Insolvency of partners excluding sale to a limited company Gradual realization of assets. and piecemeal payment of liabilities, This is an option in lieu of Computerized Accounting System.
Latest Accounting Standards to be followed, There shall be 4 credit hours for lectures one credit hour Two Practical Periods per. week per batch for practical lab one credit hour for tutorials per group. Examination scheme for computerized accounting system Practical for 20 marks. The practical exam will be of one hour, Theory external exam shall carry 75 marks and will be of 3 hours if unit 5 Accounting. for partnership firms is opted and for the students who opt for computerized accounting. Unit 5 theory external exam shall carry 55 marks and will be of 2 hours. References, Goyal Bhushan Kumar Basic Financial Accounting Taxmann New Delhi. Lal Jawahar Seema Srivastava Shivani Abrol Financial Accounting Text and. problems Himalaya Publishing House New Delhi, Lt Bhupinder Principles of Financial Accounting Cengage. Monga J R Financial Accounting concept and Applications Mayur. publication New Delhi, Sehgal Ashok Sehgal Deepak Fundamentals of Financial Accounting.
Taxmann New Delhi,Additional Resources, Charles T Horngren Gart L Sundem John A Elliot and Donna R Philbrick. Introduction to Financial Accounting Pearson, Leonardo A Robinson James R Qanis C Wayne Alderman Accounting. Information Systems A cycle Approach Publisher Wiley. Marshall B Romney and Paul John Steinbart Accounting Information. Systems Pearson Education Limited, Robert L Hurt Accounting Information Systems Basic Concepts and. Current Issues McGraw Hill,Note Latest edition of readings may be used. Teaching Learning Process, Theory and numerical with examples Practical Lab Lectures.
Assessment Methods, Class participation Presentation Practicals Viva test End Semester Exam. Financial Statements Depreciation Inventory Valuation Hire Purchase Branch. Accounting Departmental Accounting,Environmental Studies. Compulsory course on Environmental Studies at UG level AECC I. Course Learning Outcomes, The course will empower the undergraduate students by helping them to. i Gain in depth knowledge on natural processes and resources that sustain life and govern. ii Understand the consequences of human actions on the web of life global economy and. quality of human life, iii Develop critical thinking for shaping strategies scientific social economic. administrative and legal for environmental protection conservation of biodiversity. environmental equity and sustainable development, iv Acquire values and attitudes towards understanding complex environmental economic.
social challenges and active participation in solving current environmental problems and. preventing the future ones, v Adopt sustainability as a practice in life society and industry. Introduction to Environmental Studies 2 lectures, Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies components of environment. atmosphere hydrosphere lithosphere and biosphere, Scope and importance Concept of sustainability and sustainable development Brief. history of environmentalism,Suggested Readings, 1 Raven P H Hassenzahl D M Hager M C Gift N Y and Berg L R 2015 Environment 8th. Edition Wiley Publishing USA Chapter 1 Pages 1 17 Chapter 2 Pages 22 23 Chapter. 3 Pages 40 41 Chapter 4 Pages 64 66, 2 Singh J S Singh S P and Gupta S R 2017 Ecology Environmental Science and.
Conservation S Chand Publishing New Delhi Chapter 1 Page 3 28. Ecosystems 6 lectures,Definition and concept of Ecosystem. Structure of ecosystem biotic and abiotic components Functions of Ecosystem. Physical energy flow Biological food chains food web ecological succession and. Biogeochemical nutrient cycling processes Concepts of productivity ecological. pyramids and homeostasis, Types of Ecosystems Tundra Forest Grassland Desert Aquatic ponds streams. lakes rivers oceans estuaries importance and threats with relevant examples from. Ecosystem services Provisioning Regulating Cultural and Supporting Ecosystem. preservation and conservation strategies Basics of Ecosystem restoration. Suggested Readings, 1 Odum E P Odum H T and Andrews J 1971 Fundamentals of Ecology Saunders. Philadelphia USA Chapter 1 Pages 1 16 Chapter 2 Pages 18 76 Chapter 10 Pages. 2 Raven P H Hassenzahl D M Hager M C Gift N Y and Berg L R 2015 Environment 9th. Edition Wiley Publishing USA Chapter 3 Pages 38 52 Chapter 4 Pages 53 62 Chapter. 5 Pages 100 103 Chapter 6 Pages 106 128, 3 Singh J S Singh S P and Gupta S R 2017 Ecology Environmental Science and. Conservation S Chand Publishing New Delhi Chapter 13 Pages 307 323 Chapter 18. Pages 420 442 Chapter 28 Pages 747 769,Natural Resources 8 lectures.
Land resources Minerals soil agricultural crops natural forest products medicinal. plants and forest based industries and livelihoods Land cover land use change land. degradation soil erosion and desertification Causes of deforestation Impacts of. mining and dam building on environment forests biodiversity and tribal communities. Water resources Natural and man made sources Uses of water Over exploitation. of surface and ground water resources Floods droughts and international inter. state conflicts over water, Energy resources Renewable and non renewable energy sources Use of alternate. energy sources Growing energy needs Energy contents of coal petroleum natural. gas and bio gas Agro residues as a biomass energy source. Case studies Contemporary Indian issues related to mining dams forests energy. etc e g National Solar Mission Cauvery river water conflict Sardar Sarovar dam. Chipko movement Appiko movement Tarun Bharat Sangh etc. Suggested Readings, 1 Gadgil M and Guha R 1993 This Fissured Land An Ecological History of India University. of California Press Berkeley USA pp 1 245, 2 McCully P 1996 Rivers no more the environmental effects of dams In Silenced Rivers The. Ecology and Politics of Large Dams Zed Books New York USA Page 29 64. 3 Raven P H Hassenzahl D M Hager M C Gift N Y and Berg L R 2015 Environment 9th. Edition Wiley Publishing USA Chapters 10 11 12 13 Pages 180 263 Chapter 14 Pages. 272 275 Chapter 15 Pages 286 289, 4 Singh J S Singh S P and Gupta S R 2017 Ecology Environmental Science and. Conservation S Chand Publishing New Delhi Chapter 25 Pages 623 663. Biodiversity and Conservation 8 lectures, Definition of Biodiversity Levels of biological diversity genetic species and.
ecosystem diversity, India as a mega biodiversity nation Biogeographic zones of India Biodiversity. hotspots Endemic and endangered species of India IUCN Red list criteria and. categories, Value of biodiversity Ecological economic social ethical aesthetic and. informational values of biodiversity with examples sacred groves and their. importance with examples, Threats to biodiversity Habitat loss degradation and fragmentation Poaching of. wildlife Man wildlife conflicts Biological invasion with emphasis on Indian. biodiversity Current mass extinction crisis, Biodiversity conservation strategies in situ and ex situ methods of conservation. National Parks Wildlife Sanctuaries and Biosphere reserves Keystone Flagship. Umbrella and Indicator species Species reintroduction and translocation. Case studies Contemporary Indian wildlife and biodiversity issues movements and. projects e g Project Tiger Project Elephant Vulture breeding program Project Great. Indian Bustard Crocodile conservation project Silent Valley movement Save Western. Ghats movement etc,Suggested Readings, 1 Primack R B 2014 Essentials of Conservation Biology Oxford University Press USA Page.
2 Raven P H Hassenzahl D M Hager M C Gift N Y and Berg L R 2015 Environment 9th. Edition Wiley Publishing USA Chapter 5 Pages 97 99 Chapter 16 Pages 299 318. 3 Singh J S Singh S P and Gupta S R 2017 Ecology Environmental Science and. Conservation S Chand Publishing New Delhi Chapters 24 Pages 599 690 Chapter 26. Pages 664 714,Environmental Pollution 8 lectures, Environmental pollution Air water soil thermal and noise causes effects and. controls Primary and secondary air pollutants Air and water quality standards. Nuclear hazards and human health risks, Solid waste management Control measures for various types of urban industrial. waste Hazardous waste E waste etc Waste segregation and disposal. Pollution case studies Ganga Action plan GAP Delhi air pollution and public health. issues Plastic waste management rules Bhopal gas tragedy etc. Suggested Readings, 1 Brusseau M L Pepper I L and Gerba C P 2019 Environmental and Pollution Science 3rd. Edition Academic Press USA Chapter 16 Pages 243 255 Chapter 18 Pages 280 305. Chapter 21 Pages 352 358 Chapter 22 Pages 365 374 Chapter 23 Pages 378 388. Chapter 25 Pages 416 426, 2 Carson R 2002 Silent Spring Houghton Mifflin Harcourt USA Pp 1 264. 3 Raven P H Hassenzahl D M Hager M C Gift N Y and Berg L R 2015 Environment 9th. Edition Wiley Publishing USA Chapter 19 Pages 359 381 Chapter 21 Pages 401 421. Chapter 23 Pages 440 453, 4 Singh J S Singh S P and Gupta S R 2017 Ecology Environmental Science and.
Conservation S Chand Publishing New Delhi Chapters 19 20 12 Pages 445 535. Global Environmental Issues and Policies 7 lectures. Causes of Climate change Global warming Ozone layer depletion and Acid rain. Impacts on human communities biodiversity global economy and agriculture. International agreements and programmes Earth Summit UNFCCC Montreal and. Kyoto protocols Convention on Biological Diversity CBD Ramsar convention The. Chemical Weapons Convention CWC UNEP CITES etc, Sustainable Development Goals India s National Action Plan on Climate Change and. its major missions, Environment legislation in India Wildlife Protection Act 1972 Water Prevention and. Control of Pollution Act 1974 Forest Conservation Act 1980 Air Prevention. Control of Pollution Act 1981 Environment Protection Act 1986 Scheduled Tribes. and other Traditional Forest Dwellers Recognition of Forest Rights Act 2006. Suggested Readings, 1 Divan S and Rosencranz A 2002 Environmental Law and Policy in India Cases Material. Statutes 2nd Edition Oxford University Press India Chapter 2 Pages 23 39 Chapter 3. Pages 41 86, 2 Raven P H Hassenzahl D M Hager M C Gift N Y and Berg L R 2015 Environment 9th. Edition Wiley Publishing USA Chapter 19 Pages 370 376 Chapter 20 Pages 385 399. 3 Singh J S Singh S P and Gupta S R 2017 Ecology Environmental Science and. Conservation S Chand Publishing New Delhi Chapter 23 Pages 555 598 Chapter 30. Pages 801 807,Human Communities and the Environment 6 lectures.
Human population growth Impacts on environment human health and welfare. Carbon foot print, Resettlement and rehabilitation of developmental project affected persons and. communities relevant case studies, Environmental movements Chipko movement Appiko movement Silent valley. movement Bishnois of Rajasthan Narmada Bachao Andolan etc. Environmental justice National Green Tribunal and its importance. Environmental philosophy Environmental ethics Role of various religions and. cultural practices in environmental conservation, Environmental communication and public awareness case studies e g CNG. vehicles in Delhi Swachh Bharat Abhiyan National Environment Awareness. Campaign NEAC National Green Corps NGC Eco club programme etc. Suggested Readings, 1 Divan S and Rosencranz A 2002 Environmental Law and Policy in India Cases Material. Statutes 2nd Edition Oxford University Press India Chapter 10 Pages 416 473. 2 Raven P H Hassenzahl D M Hager M C Gift N Y and Berg L R 2015 Environment 9th. Edition Wiley Publishing USA Chapter 2 Pages 33 36 Chapter 8 Pages 148 162. 3 Singh J S Singh S P and Gupta S R 2017 Ecology Environmental Science and. Conservation S Chand Publishing New Delhi Chapter 1 Pages 23 26 Chapter 31 Pages. Field work Practicals, Equal to 5 lectures including two mandatory field visits.
Field visit to any of the ecosystems found in Delhi like Delhi Ridge Sanjay lake. Yamuna river and its floodplains etc or any nearby lake or pond explaining the. theoretical aspects taught in the class room, Visit to any biodiversity park reserve forest protected area zoo nursery natural. history museum in and around Delhi such as Okhla bird sanctuary Asola Bhatti. Wildlife Sanctuary Yamuna Biodiversity Park Sultanpur National Park explaining the. theoretical aspects taught in the classroom, Visit to a local polluted site urban rural industrial agricultural wastewater treatment. plants or landfill sites etc, Study of common plants and animals basic principles of identification. Organize a seminar conference workshop panel discussion on relevant topics for. enhancing awareness capacity building and critical reasoning among students. Essential Readings, 1 Brusseau M L Pepper I L and Gerba C P 2019 Environmental and Pollution. Science 3rd Edition Academic Press USA pp 1 520, 2 Divan S and Rosencranz A 2002 Environmental Law and Policy in India Cases.
Material Statutes 2nd Edition Oxford University Press India pp 1 837. 3 Gadgil M and Guha R 1993 This Fissured Land An Ecological History of India. University of California Press Berkeley USA pp 1 245. 4 Raven P H Hassenzahl D M Hager M C Gift N Y and Berg L R 2015. Environment 8th Edition Wiley Publishing USA pp 1 472. 5 Singh J S Singh S P and Gupta S R 2017 Ecology Environmental Science and. Conservation S Chand Publishing New Delhi pp 1 842. Weekly Lesson Plan, Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies components of environment atmosphere. hydrosphere lithosphere and biosphere, Scope and importance Concept of sustainability and sustainable development Brief history of. environmentalism, Definition and concept of Ecosystem Structure of ecosystem biotic and abiotic components Functions. of Ecosystem Physical energy flow Biological food chains food web ecological succession and. Biogeochemical nutrient cycling processes Concepts of productivity ecological pyramids and. homeostasis, Types of Ecosystems Tundra Forest Grassland Desert Aquatic ponds streams lakes rivers. oceans estuaries importance and threats with relevant examples from India. Ecosystem services Provisioning Regulating Cultural and Supporting Ecosystem preservation. and conservation strategies Basics of Ecosystem restoration. Land cover land use change land degradation soil erosion and desertification Causes of. deforestation Impacts of mining and dam building on environment forests biodiversity and tribal. communities, Natural and man made sources of water Uses of water Over exploitation of surface and ground.
water resources Floods droughts and international inter state conflicts over water. Renewable and non renewable energy sources Use of alternate energy sources Growing energy. needs Energy contents of coal petroleum natural gas and bio gas Agro residues as a biomass. energy source, Case studies Contemporary Indian issues related to mining dams forests energy etc e g National. Solar Mission Cauvery river water conflict Sardar Sarovar dam Chipko movement Appiko. movement Tarun Bharat Sangh etc, Definition of Biodiversity Levels of biological diversity India as a mega biodiversity nation. Biogeographic zones of India Biodiversity hotspots Endemic and endangered species of India IUCN. Red list criteria and categories, Value of biodiversity Ecological economic social ethical aesthetic and informational values of. biodiversity with examples sacred groves and their importance with examples. Threats to biodiversity Habitat loss degradation and fragmentation Poaching of wildlife Man wildlife. conflicts Biological invasion with emphasis on Indian biodiversity Current mass extinction crisis. Biodiversity conservation strategies in situ and ex situ methods of conservation National Parks. Wildlife Sanctuaries and Biosphere reserves Keystone Flagship Umbrella and Indicator species. Species reintroduction and translocation, Case studies Contemporary Indian wildlife and biodiversity issues movements and projects e g. Project Tiger Project Elephant Vulture breeding program Project Great Indian Bustard Crocodile. conservation project Silent Valley movement Save Western Ghats movement etc. Environmental pollution Air water soil thermal and noise causes effects and controls Primary. and secondary air pollutants Air and water quality standards. Related case studies, Nuclear hazards and human health risks Control measures for various types of urban industrial.
waste Hazardous waste E waste etc Waste segregation and disposal. Related case studies, Causes of Climate change Global warming Ozone layer depletion and Acid rain Impacts on human. communities biodiversity global economy and agriculture. International agreements and programmes Earth Summit UNFCCC Montreal and Kyoto protocols. Convention on Biological Diversity CBD Ramsar convention The Chemical Weapons Convention. CWC UNEP CITES etc, Sustainable Development Goals India s National Action Plan on Climate Change and its major. Wildlife Protection Act 1972 Water Prevention and Control of Pollution Act 1974 Forest. Conservation Act 1980 Air Prevention Control of Pollution Act 1981 Environment Protection. Act 1986 Scheduled Tribes and other Traditional Forest Dwellers Recognition of Forest Rights Act. Human population growth Impacts on environment human health and welfare Carbon foot print. Resettlement and rehabilitation of developmental project affected persons and communities relevant. case studies Environmental movements Chipko movement Appiko movement Silent valley. movement Bishnois of Rajasthan Narmada Bachao Andolan etc Environmental justice National. Green Tribunal and its importance, Environmental philosophy Environmental ethics Role of various religions and cultural practices in. environmental conservation, Environmental communication and public awareness case studies e g CNG vehicles in Delhi. Swachh Bharat Abhiyan National Environment Awareness Campaign NEAC National Green Corps. NGC Eco club programme etc,Week 15 16,Practical project.
Field visit to any of the ecosystems found in Delhi like Delhi Ridge Sanjay lake Yamuna river. and its floodplains etc or any nearby lake or pond explaining the theoretical aspects taught in. the class room, Visit to any biodiversity park reserve forest protected area zoo nursery natural history. museum in and around Delhi such as Okhla bird sanctuary Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary. Yamuna Biodiversity Park Sultanpur National Park explaining the theoretical aspects taught. in the classroom, Visit to a local polluted site urban rural industrial agricultural wastewater treatment plants. or landfill sites etc, Organize a seminar conference workshop panel discussion on relevant topics for enhancing. awareness capacity building and critical reasoning among students. Basic exercise to Calculate and Assess carbon footprint Solid waste generation water. consumption for a specific duration at individual family college locality level. Teaching Learning process, The teaching learning methodologies are designed to provide the undergraduate students a. comprehensive understanding of the subject in a simplistic manner as well as evoke critical. reasoning and analytical thinking among them The various approaches to teaching learning. process include classroom lectures video presentations and ICT enabled teaching tools For. enhancing practical understanding field visits are encouraged to relevant places in Delhi like. Biodiversity parks Protected areas Wetlands Sewage treatment plants etc. Assessment methods, 1 Written examinations Semester exams Internal assessment.
2 Project work and reports related to field visits and practical learning. 3 Assignment presentations on any contemporary environmental issue. Environment Ecosystem Biodiversity Conservation Pollution Natural Resources. Environmental Degradation Protection Sustainable Development Climate Change. Environmental Justice Environmental Ethics Environmental Communication.

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