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UNIT I: Prose

Prescribed text : INSPIRATIONS – Raghav Publishers & Distributors, Nagpur
Edited by : Board of Editors

1. The Dispenser of Holy Water- Guy de Maupassant
2. After Twenty Years-O.Henry
3. The Wall- Dr.Sunilkumar Navin

UNIT II: Prose

Prescribed text : INSPIRATIONS – Raghav Publishers & Distributors, Nagpur

1.Beware, You are Being Tracked!- Dr.Supantho Bhattacharya
2.What is integrity? Subroto Bagchi
3. Unsung Women Achievers of Contemporary India-Dr.Subhashree Mukherjee

UNIT III -Business Communication

  •  Memorandum Writing
  •  Notice, Agenda and Minutes
  • Writing Advertisements for: Rent, Sale, Situations Vacant

Unit IV -Basic Grammar& Vocabulary

  • Subject-Verb-Agreement / Concord of Nouns, Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives
  • Spotting errors and rewriting sentences correctly.
  • Synonyms & Antonyms (based on the exercises at the end of the prescribed lessons from
  • Words Often Confused

Text Book
UNIT I & II: INSPIRATIONSRaghav Publishers & Distributors, Nagpur
Edited by:Dr.Indrajit Orke, Dr.Manjushree Sardeshpande, Dr.Maroti Wagh, Dr. Narayan
Mehare, Dr.Veena Ilame

Reference Books


1. Developing Communication Skills by Krishna Mohan and MeeraBanerji ( Trinity
2. Write Right by Sarita Manuja (Macmillan/ Trinity)


1. Macmillan Foundation English by R. K. Dwivedi and A. Kumar (Macmillan/Trinity)
2. Learners’ English Grammar and Composition by N. D. V. Prasad Rao (S.Chand Publication)
3. Developing Communication Skills by Krishna Mohan and MeeraBanerji ( Trinity


Paper-II  Principles of Marketing Management

Unit I Marketing :Definition, nature, scope & importance, Marketing Management, Core concepts of
marketing, selling concept,production concept, modern marketing concept.

Unit II Segmentation: Concept, basis of segmentation, Importance in marketing; Targeting : Concept
Types, Importance; Positioning: Concept, Importance, Brand positioning, Repositioning.

Unit III Marketing Mix: Product : Product Mix, New Product development, levels of product, types of
product, Product life cycle, Branding and packaging, different types of distribution channels.

Unit IV Price: Meaning, objective, factors influencing pricing, methods of pricing.Promotion :
Promotional mix, tools, objectives, media selection & management. Process & Scope Marketing
Information Systems : Meaning Importance and Scope Consumer Behaviour : Concept, Importance and
Factors influencing consumer behaviour.

Reference Books:
1. Marketing Mgt. by Philip Kotler (PHI)
2. Marketing Management by Rajan Saxena
3. Marketing Management by Namaswamy & Ramakumari.


Paper -III Financial & Management Accounting

Unit –I: Introduction – Meaning, Scope and importance of Financial Accounting. Financial Accounting –
concepts and conventions, classification of accounts, Rules and principles governing Double Entry Bookkeeping system (Preparation of Journal), Nature and function of financial Reporting, GAAP.

Unit –II: Final Accounts of Companies – Final Accounts of Joint Stock Companies – contents and
preparation of Trading and Profit and Loss Account, Profit and Loss Appropriation Account and Balance
sheet with adjustment, Closing Entries (Simple entries)

Unit III: Management Accounting – Meaning, Scope, Importance, and Limitations of Management
Accounting, Difference between Financial Accounting and Management Accounting, Break even
analysis, Analysis of Financial Statements (using ratio analysis-simple ratios)

Unit IV: Budgetary Control – Business budgets and budgetary control – Types of budget and its utility,
preparation of cash & flexible budgets.

Note: Simple Numericals will be based on all Units.

Reference Books:
1. S. N Maheshwari : Financial Accounting Theory and problems – S.Chand (G/L) & Company Ltd,
2. Pillai R. S. N. – Management Accounting – S. Chand & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
3. Shukla and Grewal : Advanced Accounts (S. Chand & Ltd. New Delhi)
4. Management Accounting & Financial Management :-Arora M N (Himalaya Publishing
5. House Pvt. Ltd.)
6. Accounting for Management- Dr. Ashok Sehgal& Dr. Deepak Sehgal, Taxmann



Paper-IV Micro-Economic Fundamentals

Unit I: Introduction to Micro Economics- Meaning, Definition, Importance of Micro Economics, Factors
affecting Micro Economics. Difference between Micro-Economics & Macro Economics.

Unit-II Demand and Supply Analysis – Concept of Demand, Law of Demand-Meaning, Definition,
Assumptions & Exceptions. Elasticity of Demand- Meaning, Types and Factors affecting Elasticity of
Demand; The Indifference Curve Theory; Supply- Concept of Supply, Elasticity of Supply, Types and
Factors affecting Elasticity of Supply.

Unit III: Production & Cost Analysis – Production & Production Function: Concept, Forms of Production
function, Law of Variable Proportions, Returns to scale. Cost Concepts, Short term and Long term cost
output relationship, The Isocost and Isoquant Approach, Economic Region and Economies &
Diseconomies of scale.

Unit IV: Market Structures- Characteristics and price determination in various market structures –
Perfect Competition, Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly. Pricing: Meaning, Types of

Reference Books:
1. AgarwalaS.K.,Microeconomic Theory, Excel Books, New Delhi
2. Appannaiah, Reddy &Shanthi, BBM Semester Economics, 2006, Himalaya Publishing House,
3. Dholkia R H &Oza A.N., 1996, Oxford University Press, New Delhi
4. Dominick Salvatore, Managerial economics in a Global economy, 2006, Thomson learning Press
5. Jhingan, 2004, M.L.,Microeconomic Theory, Veranda Publishers, New Delhi.
6. Ravindra R Dholakia, Ajay N Oza, Micro –Economics for Management Studies, Oxford
University Press, Delhi
7. Robert S.Pindyck, Daniel L Rubinfeld, PremL.Mehta, Microeconomics, 2006, Pearson, New Delhi.
8. Suma Damodran, Managerial Economics, 2006, Oxford University Press, New Delhi
9. Sundharam K P. M, microeconomics, Sultan Chand & Sons.