Technological environment: meaning, technological factors, influencing Business Technological policy of the Government. Social and cultural environment: culture, meaning, impact of culture on Business Natural environment: meaning and influence on Business
Unit 4 :Global environment: Nature of globalization, Manifestation & globalization, definition of MNC, origin of MNC; Benefits of MNCs; Harmful effects of MNCs; MNCs in India; challenges of international Business. Foreign Capital: the need for foreign capital, forms of foreign capital, advantages of foreign direct investments, Indian Government policy towards foreign capital, inflows of foreign investment to India in recent years.. Unit 5 Functions of WTO, Difference between GATT & WTO, Final act, Implications for India- Arguments for joining WTO, Arguments against joining WTO. Industrial sickness: Magnitude of industrial sickness, Definition of sickness, kinds of sickness and there causes, remedial measures, the sick industrial companies (special provisions) Bill 1997, Exit policy. Books: 1. Business Environment, Raj Agarwal, EXCEL BOOKS
UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT, JAIPUR Course Description Title of Course: Statistics Course Credits: 4 CourseCode: BBM204 Course Credits: 4 Introduction : The goal of this course is to provide a very common simple Intuition enables one to make right decisions and especially show how mathematics is applied to solve. Course Outcome : The students will be able to 1. Identify and understand the complexities of business. 2. Analyze current business environment and future opportunities and risks for international business activities. Unit 1: Data collection, classification and tabulation. Graphical and diagrammatic representation of statistical data. Frequency distribution and measurement of mean, median, mode, quartiles, range mean deviation and standard deviation. Correlation and regression: Karl pearsons co-efficient of correlation. Rank correlation. Least square principles of estimating regression lines and regression co-efficient and their applications. Unit 2 : Probability Distributions: Discreet Random variables, mean and variance of a probability Distribution lane of large number, central limit theorem, binomial distribution, Poisson distribution, Poisson approximation to binomial distribution. Testing of statistical hypothesis, F-test, T-Test, x2 – Test. Books: 1.Statistics for Management, Beri, TMH 2.Business Mathematics & Statistics,A.P. Verma, ASIAN BOOKS 3.Basic Statistics, B.L.Agarwal, New Age International
UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT, JAIPUR Course Description Title of Course: Environment & Ecology Course Code: BBA206 L-T Scheme: 2-1 Course Credits: 3 Introduction: This course introduces the basic principles behind the environmental phenomena and how anthropogenic activities are affecting those environmental processes. The different administrative measures taken to safeguard our environment are also discussed in this course. The Topics to be covered (tentatively) include: • Ecology • Air pollution and control • Water Pollution and Control
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