To understand the role of Philips curve unemployment Philips curve BOOK 30 To

To understand the role of philips curve unemployment

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To understand the role of Philips curve unemployment (Philip‟s curve) BOOK 30 To know the concept of demand for money Demand for money BOOK 31 To know the concept of supply of money Supply of money BOOK 32 To know the determination of interest rate - Determination of interest rates BOOK 33 To understand the foreign exchange market Foreign exchange market- - BOOK 34 To know the determination of exchange rate Determination of exchange rate BOOK 35 To know the components of BOP Major components of balance of payments BOOK 36 To know the structure of India‟s BOP - India‟s BOP - BOOK 37 To understand the fluctuations in Business Cycle Application of macro variables in Business Cycle BOOK 38 To understand the need for internationalization Why go International? - BOOK 39 To know the elements of globalisation Elements of Globalization- BOOK 40 To understand the basic drivers of globalisation Drivers and restrains of globalizations- BOOK
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41 To understand regional economic integration Regional economic integration- (EU, NAFTA, BOOK 42 To know about SAARC, OPEC CARICOM, MERCOSUR Andean Pact, ASEAN, APEC, SAARC, CER, MFA, OPEC) BOOK 43 To know objectives of WTO,IMF (WTO) BOOK 44 To know objectives of WTO, IMF IMF BOOK 45 To know the objectives of World Bank World Bank, BOOK 5. Assesments: Component Duration (minutes) % Weightage Marks Date & Time Venue Seminar/ Presentation 7 5% 10 Will be announced Classroom Mini Project /Report writing 20% 40 Will be announced Field work Assignment 5 % 10 Mid Term 120 20% 40 End Term 180 50% 100 TBA 6. Chamber consultation hour: Students are free to consult the faculty during all working days from Monday Saturday with prior appointment. 7. Notices: All the course related information will be announced in the class room and the same will be communicated to the students through group e-mail / app.. However, the students should take the responsibility to update themselves. 8. Note: Students may use the latest edition of text books and reference books. Students should be present in all the classroom within 5 minutes of the commencement of the session. Late comers beyond 5 minutes will not be allowed into the class room. Use of mobiles within the class room is strictly prohibited. Instructor-in-charge Dr. Bipasha Maity
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Course Code : FIN103 Course title : Managerial and Cost Accounting Credit Structure : 3-0-0-3 Instructor In-charge : Dr. Anitha S. Yadav Instructors : Dr. Pramod Pandey, Dr.Nishant & Prof. Anju Ahuja Course Description This course attempts to focus on cost analysis for managerial decision making to achieve the objectives of an enterprise. The course covers various cost and management accounting tools and techniques required by a manager for effective planning and control of firm‟s resources. The course focuses on Elements of cost, Budgetary Control, Cash Budget, Cost Volume Profit Analysis, Standard Costing, Activity Based Costing and Target Costing.
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