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Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Examination

Semester – III

Paper -I Principles of Financial Management

Unit –I: Introduction of Business Finance – Meaning, Scope and importance of Business Finance. Finance
Functions. Goals & objectives of financial management

Unit –II: Sources of Financing – LONG TERM: Equity shares, Preference Shares, debentures,/ Bonds
(Types, features & utility), term loans, lease & hire purchase, retained earnings,; SHORT TERM: trade
credit, bank finance, commercial paper, factoring & bills discounting.

Unit III: Cost of Capital – Cost of capital, Cost of different sources of finance, weighted average cost of
capital, Concept of Leverage, Concepts of Capital Structure.

Unit IV: Working Capital Management – Meaning, Scope, Importance, and Limitations of Working
Capital, Factors affecting Working Capital needs, Various Approaches for financing Working Capital.
Concept of Operating Cycle, Estimation of Working Capital Requirement

Note: Simple Numerical will be based on Unit III and IV only.

Reference Books:
1) Financial Management by Ravi Kishore, Taxmann Publications Pvt Ltd
2) Financial Management – I M Pandey – S. Chand & Co. Pvt. Ltd. (Old editions in Vikas
3) Financial Management , Theory, Concepts and Problems by Dr. R. P. Rustagi, Taxmann
Publications Pvt Ltd
4) Financial Management, Text, Problems and Cases, by M Y Khan and P K Jain, McGraw-Hill


Semester – III
Paper-2 Basic Statistical Techniques

Unit I – Definition, functions, scope and role of statistics in business and importance of statistics.
Classification of data, tabulation, frequency distribution, diagrams & graphs.

Unit II – Importance and requisites of a good statistical average, types of averages – arithmetic mean,
median, mode, geometric mean, harmonic mean, weighted average, relationship amongst different

Unit III – Meaning and significance of dispersion, methods of measuring dispersion – range, quartile
deviation, mean deviation, standard deviation and coefficient of skewness.

Unit IV – Definition of correlation, significance of correlation, types of correlation, merits and limitations
of coefficient, Calculation of coefficient of correlation and probable error for simple series, calculation of
coefficient of correlation and probable error for continuous series.

Numerical shall be based on Unit II, Unit III, and Unit IV

Reference Books:
1. Fundamentals of statistics : D. V. Elhance&VeenaElhance
2. Statistices : V. K. Kapoor – S. Chand & Sons
3. Statistics : B. New Gupta – SahityaBhavan Agra
4. Statistics Methods : S.P. Gupta – S. Chand & Sons
5. Fundamental of Statistics : S. C. Gupta – Himalaya Publishing House
6. Business Mathematics & Statistics : NEWK Nag & S.C. Chanda – Kalyani Publishers


Semester – III

Paper-III  Evolution of Business & Commercial Geography

Unit I–Evolution of Business & Economy: Industrial revolution (1820-1850); Rise of European business
(1850-1900); Impact of First World War on International Business; The Great Depression and its effect on
International Business; Impact of Second World War on International Business.

Unit II – Evolution of Business in post WWII Scenario: Cold War and its impact on International
Business; OPEC Crises and its impact on International Business; Gulf War and its impact on International
Business; Dawn of IT era and its impact on business & economy.

Unit III – Commercial Geography: Geography – meaning & its relation with Commerce & Commercial
Geography – Nature and scope. Approaches of commercial Geography. 2. Geographical Environment &
Commerce – Relationship between geographical environment and Commerce, Economic activities,
Determinism and possibilism, Physical environment – Location, size and shape of the country relief,
climate, water bodies, soils, vegetation, animals, minerals, Cultural environment, settlements, transport,
communication and technology.

Unit IV -Industries : Role of industries in Economic development; Factors of industrial location – Raw
material, power, market, transport and communication, land capital, technology; Webers theory of
industrial location, Iron & steel industry – India & USA, Cotton textile industry – India & USA.
Engineering industry in India – Major industrial regions of the world and India.

Reference Books:
1. Global Governmentality – Edited by Wendy Larner& William Walters, Routledge
2. The Origins of Globalisation – Karl Moore & David Charles Louis, Routledge Resource
3. British Business History (1720-1994) – John F Wilson, Manchester University Press
4. The History of Family Business (1850-2000) – Andrea Colli, Cambridge University Press
5. Exporting the American Model: The Post war transformation of European Business –
Marie-Laure Djelic, Oxford University Press
6. Order and Disorder after the Cold War – Brad Roberts, MIT Press
7. Commercial Geography – Sir Dudley Stamp.
8. Fundamentals of Economic Geography – Van Royen & Bengston.
9. Economic Geography – J. Alexander
10. Economic Geography – Jones & Darkenwald.


Semester – III

Paper-IV  Environment Management

Unit I: Introduction to Environment Management: Definition, Scope importance, Need for public
awareness, sustainable development, Natural Resources- renewable and non- renewable resources, role
of individual in conservation of natural resources( Forest, water, land, energy, mineral)

Unit II: Environment Pollution: Types of pollution- air, water, soil, noise, thermal and Nuclear, causes
effectsna control measures, Global warming, green house effect, Ozone layer depletion, Acid rains

Unit III: Human Population: Global population growth, variations among nations, Population explosion-causes and impact, Family welfare Programs-methods of sterilization; Infectious diseases, water related
diseases, risk due to chemicals in food, Cancer and environment

Unit IV: Social Issues in Environment: Construction of dams: problems and concerns of resettlement,
rehabilitation of affected people; Environmental ethics– issues and possible solutions, resource
consumption patterns and need for equitable utilization; Equity disparity in western and eastern
countries; Urban and rural equity issues; Need for gender equity.

Reference Books:
1. A text book of environmental by K M Agrawal, P K Sikdar, S C Deb”, published by
2. Environment management by N K Uberoi”, published by Excel Books
3. Environment management by Dr. Swapan Deb”, published by Jaico Publishing House.
4. Environmental Management by S K Agrawal”, published by A.P.H. publishing