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BCCA – II Semester
Paper – I: English and Business Communication
1. The Dispenser of Holy Water- Guy de Maupassant
2. After Twenty Years-O.Henry
3. The Wall- Dr.Sunilkumar Navin
1. Beware You are Being Tracked!-Dr.Supantha Bhattacharya
2. What is Integrity?-Subroto Bagchi
3. Unsung Women Achievers of Contemporary India-Dr.Subhashree Mukherjee
• Elements of communication Objectives of communication
• Essentials of effective communication
• Barriers to effective communication
• Suggestions to overcome the barriers
UNIT IV-Business Correspondence
Inviting Quotations, Placing Orders, Cancelling order, Credit Letters – Granting/Refusing Credit, Letter to Bank for overdraft facility
UNIT V- Language Study
(A) Views and Opinions (Current, Social, Cultural, Political)
(B) Punctuation, Words often confused
Paper – II
Course Name – Principles of Business Management
Nature And Functions Of Management – Importance Of Management, Definition Of Management, Management Function Or The Process Of Management, Levels Of Management, Organizational Or Business Functions, Role Of A Senior Management, Managerial Skills, Managerial Effectiveness, Management And Administration, Management- A Science Or An Art?, Management- A Profession?, Professional Management Vs Family Management, Management Of International Business. Planning- Nature Of Planning, Importance Of Planning, Types Of Plans, Steps In Planning, Strategic Planning Process, Limitation Of Planning, Making Planning Effective, Planning Skills, Strategic Planning In The Indian Industry. Decision Making- Meaning Of Decision, Types Of Decision, Steps In Relational Decision Making, Rationality In Decision-Making, Environment Of Decision-Making, Common Difficulties In Decision-Making.
Organization- What Is An Organization?, Process Of Organizing, Principles Of Organizing, Span Of Management, Departmentalization, Process Departmentalization, Purpose Departmentalization, Organization Structure, What Type Of Structure Is Best?, Emerging Organization Structures, Committees, Teams, International Organization Structures. Coordination – Distinction Between Coordination And Cooperation, Distinction Between Coordination And Control, Need For Coordination, Requisites For Excellent Coordination, Types Of Coordination, Techniques Of Coordination, Difficulties Of Coordination, Staffing- Importance And Need For Proper Staffing, Manpower Planning, Recruitment, Selection, Placement, Induction, Manpower Planning In India.
Training And Development- Difference Between Training, Education And Development, Advantages Of Training, Steps In Setting Up A Training And Development Programme, Design And Development Of The Training Programme, Evaluation Of Training And Development, Executive Training Practices In India, 43 Mentoring, Learning Organization, Knowledge Management Direction And
Supervision- Requirements Of Effective Direction, Giving Orders, Motivation, Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment, Morale, First-Level Or Front- Line Supervision.
Communication- Importance Of Communication, Purpose Of Communication, Formal Communication, Forms Of Communication, Informal Communication, The Communication Process, Barriers To Communication, Principles Of Effective Communication. Managerial Control- Steps In A Control Process, Need For Control System, Benefits Of Control, Essentials Of Effective Control System, Problems Of
The Control System, Control Techniques.
1. P. C. Tripathi, P. N. Reddy, Principles of Management, McGraw-Hill.
1. Prof. Partho S. Sengupta, Principles and Practices of Management, Vikash Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.
2. Neeru Vaisishth, Vibhuti Vasishth, Principles of Management Text & Cases, Taxmann
3. Harold Koontz, Heinz Weihrich, Essentials of management, McGraw-Hill.
4. Neeru Vaisishth, Business Management, Taxmann.
5. R. S. N. Pillai, S. Kala, Principles and Practices of Management, S. Chand.
6. Chandra Bose, Principles of Management & Administration, PHI.
Paper – III
Course Name – Programming in C++
UNIT – I
Introduction to Object Oriented Programming: Introduction, What is Object Oriented Programming(OOP)?, Structured Procedural programming(SPP), Object 44 Oriented Programming OOP, Characteristics of OOPs, Advantages of OOPs, Disadvantages of OOPs, Comparison of SPP and OOP, Steps in Developing OOP Programs, Structure of Object Oriented Programs, Object Oriented Languages,
Importance of C++. Data Types, Operators and Expressions: Identifiers & Keywords, Data Types, C++ Simple Data Types, Literals, Variables, the Const Data type, C++ Operators, Type Conversion. Input and Output Streams: Comments, Declaration of Variables, the Main () Function, Simple C++ Programs, Program Termination, Features of IOStream, Keyboard and Screen I/O, Manipulator
Functions, Input and Output (I/O) Stream Flags. Control Statements: Conditional Expressions, Loop Statements, Nested Control Structures, Breaking Control Statements.
UNIT – II
Function and Program Structures: Introduction, Defining a Function, Return Statement, Types of Functions, Actual & Formal Arguments, Local & Global Variables, Default Arguments, Structure of C++ Program, Order of the Function Declaration, Manually invocated Functions, Nested Functions, Scope Rules, Side Effects, Storage Class Specifiers, Recursive Function, Pre-processors, Header Files,
Standard Functions. Arrays: Introduction, Array Notation, Array Declaration, Array Initialization, Processing with Arrays, Character Array. Pointers and Strings: Introduction, Pointer Arithmetic, Pointers and Functions, Pointers and Arrays, Pointer and Strings.
Structures and Unions:- Introduction, Declaration of Structure, Processing with Structures, Initialization of Structures, Functions and Structures, Array of Structure, Pointer and Structure, Unions.
UNIT – III
Classes and Objects: Introduction, Structures and Classes, Declaration of Class, Member Functions, Defining the Object of a Class, Accessing a Member of Class, Array of Class Objects, Pointer and Classes. Special Member Function: Introduction, Constructors, Destructors, Inline Member Functions, Static Class Members, Friend Function,This Pointer.Single and Multiple Inheritance: Introduction, Single Inheritance, Types of Base Classes, Type of Derivation,Multiple Inheritance,Member Access Control.
Overloading Functions and Operators: Function Overloading, Operator Overloading, Overloading of Binary Operators, Overloading of Unary Operators. Polymorphism and Virtual Functions: Polymorphism, Virtual Functions, Pure Virtual Functions, Abstract Base Classes, Virtual Base Classes. Data File Operations: Opening and Closing of Files, Reding/Writing a Character from a File, Binary File Operations.
Text Book: – 1. D. Ravichandran, Programming with C++, McGraw-Hill.
1. E. Balaguruswami, Object Oriented Programming with C++, McGraw-Hill.
2. Rohit Khurana, Object Oriented Programming with C++, Vikash Publishing House
3. Anirban Das, Goutam Panigrahi, Object Oriented Programming with C++, Vikash
Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.
4. Herbert Schildt, The Complete Reference – C++, McGraw-Hill.
Paper – IV
Course Name – E-Commerce and Web Designing
UNIT – I
Introduction to Electronic Commerce- Electronic Commerce : The Scope of Electronic Commerce, Definition of Electronic Commerce, Electronic Commerce and the Trade Cycle, Electronic Markets, Electronic Data Interchange, Internet Commerce, e-Commerce in Perspective. Business Strategy in an Electronic Age: The Value Chain, Supply Chains, Porter‘s Value Chain Model, Inter Organizational
Value Chains. Competitive Advantage: Competitive Strategy, Porter‘s Model, First Mover Advantage, Sustainable Competitive Advantage, Competitive advantage using e-Commerce.
UNIT – II
Business to Business Electronic Commerce – Inter Organizational Transactions: Inter Organizational Transactions, the Credit Transaction Trade 46 Cycle, A Variety of Transaction, Pens and Things. Electronic Markets: Markets, Electronic Markets, Usage of Electronic Markets, Advantages and Disadvantages of Electronic Markets, Future of Electronic Markets. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI): Introduction to EDI, EDI definition, The Benefits of EDI, EDI Example. Inter Organizational e-Commerce: Inter Organizational Transaction, Purchasing Online, After Sales Online, e-Commerce in Desk top Facilities Management, Pens and Things and the Web.
UNIT – III
Business to Consumer Electronic Commerce – Internet Shopping and the Trade Cycle, Other e-Commerce Technologies, Advantages and Disadvantages of Consumer e-Commerce, Consumer e- Commerce at Pens and Things. The Elements of e-Commerce : Elements, e-Visibility, The e-Shop, Online Payments, Delivering the Goods, After Sales Service, Internet e- Commerce Security, A Web Site Evaluation Model. Introduction to HTML: Designing a Home Page, History of HTML, HTML Generations, HTML Documents, Anchor Tag, Hyper Links, Sample Html Documents. Header and Body Sections: Header Section, Title, Prologue, Links, Colorful Web Page, Comment Lines, Some Sample Html Documents. Designing the body Section: Heading Printing, Aligning the Headings, Horizontal Rule, Paragraph Tab Setting, Image and Pictures, Embedding PNG Format Images.
UNIT – IV
Ordered and Unordered Lists: Lists, Unordered Lists, Headings in a List, Ordered Lists, Nested List. Table Handling: Table, Table Creation in HTML, Width of the Table and Cells, Cells Spanning Multiple Rows/Columns, Coloring Cells, Columns Specification, Some Sample Tables. Dhtml and Style Sheets: Defining Styles, Elements of Styles, Linking a Styles Sheet to an HTML Document, In-Line Styles,
External Styles Sheets, Multiple Styles. Frames: Frameset Definition, Frame Definition, Nested Framesets. A web Page Design Project: Frameset Definition, Animals, Birds, Fish. Forms: Action Attribute, Method Attribute, Input type Attribute, Drop Down List, Sample Forms
1. David Whiteley, e-Commerce Strategy, Technologies and Applications, McGraw Hill Education
2. CXavier, World Wide Web design with HTML, McGraw Hill Education.
1. Bajaj, Nag, E-Commerce, McGraw-Hill.
2. Eric van der Vlist, Danny Ayers, Erik Bruchez, Joe Fawcett, AlessandroVernet, Professional Web 2.0 Programming, Wiely.
3. Michael P. Papazoglou, Pieter M.A. Ribbers, e-Business, Wiely.
4. Brian P. Hogan, HTML5 and CSS3, Shroff Publishers.
5. Sandeep panda, AngularJS – Novice to Ninja, Shroff Publishers.
6. Web Technologies – Black Book, Dreamtech Press.
7. Mike Mcgrath, Web Design in Easy Steps, McGraw-Hill.
9. Mike Mcgrath, CSS3 in Easy Steps, McGraw-Hill.