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Panjab University Bcom Second Sem Syllabus

Panjab University Bcom Second Sem Syllabus

Panjab University Bcom Second Sem Syllabus

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Panjab University conducts the semester wise examinations for different bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes in the month of December and June respectively. Students who are preparing for the upcoming semester exams they must follow the topics in syllabus for obtaining good marks.

Panjab University Bcom Second Sem Syllabus

Semester – II

Course
Code
Course Title  Maximum
Marks
Number of
Lectures (L)
Per Week
Tutorials (T)
Per Week***
BCM 201 A
BCM 201 B
PUNJABI
OR
HISTORY AND CULTURE OF
PUNJAB
50 3 
BCM 202 ENGLISH AND BUSINESS
COMMUNICATION
100 51
BCM 203  INTERDISCIPLINARY
E-COMMERCE
100 51
BCM 204BUSINESS ECONOMICS-II10051
BCM 205CORPORATE ACOUNTING**10051
BCM 206BUSINESS LAWS10051
BCM 207 HUMAN RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT
10051
  ENVIRONMENT, ROAD
SAFETY EDUCATION AND
VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
& CHILDREN*
100  

Panjab University Bcom Second Sem Syllabus

SEMESTER-II
SCHEME OF B.COM. COURSE (GENERAL AND HONS.)

BCM201 A: PUNJABI
Max. Marks : 50 marks.
Written : 45 marks.
Internal Assessment : 05 marks.
Time : 3 hrs.

1. A Book of Punjabi. 20 marks

2. Business Correspondence : Letters 10 marks

3. Punctuation 05 marks

4. Business Advertisement 05 marks

5. Business Vocabulary 05 marks

Courses:

1. Galiey Chikkarh Door Ghar (Autobiography) by Dr. S.S. Wanjara Bedi, Publishers: Kasturi Lal & Sons, Amritsar-Jalandhar. Chapters 7 to 12.

2. List of words of Business Vocabulary attached (I to Z)

Themes and Units:

1. Two questions from the book Galiey Chikkarh Door Ghar. (With internal choice) 6+6=12 marks

2. Short answer question (4 out of 6) 2 x 4=08 marks

3. Business Correspondence : Letters 10 marks

4. Punctuation 05 marks

5. Business Advertisement (Punjabi) 05 marks

6. Business Vocabulary 05 marks

Panjab University Bcom Second Sem Syllabus

Semester II
HISTORY AND CULTURE OF PUNJAB IN THE COLONIAL AND POST
INDEPENDENCE TIMES
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER –SETTER AND CANDIDATES: (FOR PAPER in
semester 1 AND 2)

1. The syllabus has been divided into four Units.

There shall be 9 questions in all. The first question is compulsory and shall be short answer type containing 10 short questions spread over the whole syllabus to be answered in about 25 to 30 words each. The candidates are required to attempt any 5 short answer type questions carrying 5 marks i.e. 1 mark each. Rest of the paper shall contain 4 units.

Each Unit shall have two essay type questions and the candidate shall be given internal choice of attempting one question from each Unit-IV in all. Each question will carry 10
marks.

2. For private candidates, who have not been assessed earlier for internal assessment, the marks secured by them in theory paper will proportionately be increased to maximum
marks of the paper in lieu of internal assessment. The paper-setter must put note (2) in the question paper.

3. One question from Unit-IV shall be set on the map.

Explanation:

1. Each essay type question would cover about one-third or one-half of a topic detailed in the syllabus.

2. The distribution of marks for the map question would be as under:

Map : 6 Marks
Explanatory Note : 4 Marks

In case a paper setter chooses to set a question of map on important historical places, the paper setter will be required to ask the students to mark 6 places on map of 1 mark each and write explanatory note on any two of 2 marks each.

3. The paper-setter would avoid repetition between different types of question within one question paper.

Panjab University Bcom Second Sem Syllabus

PAPER: HISTORY AND CULTURE OF PUNJAB IN THE COLONIAL AND POST
INDEPENDENCE TIMES

Max. Marks : 50
Theory : 45
Internal Assessment : 05
Time : 3 Hours

Objectives: To introduce the students to the history of Punjab region in modern times.

Pedagogy: Lectures, library work and discussions.

UNIT I

1. Introduction of Colonial Rule: administrative changes; means of communication; western education.

2. Agrarian Development: Commercialization of agriculture; canalization and colonization.

3. Social Classes: agrarian groups; new middle classes

UNIT II

4. Early Socio Religious Reform: Christian Missionaries; Namdharis; Nirankaris.

5. Socio Religious Reform Movements: activities of Arya Samaj; Singh sabhas; Ahmadiyas.

6. Development of Press & literature: growth of press; development in literature

UNIT III

7. Emergence Of Political Consciousness: Agrarian uprising 1907; Ghadar.

8. Gurudwara Reform Movement: Jallianwala Bagh; foundation of SGPC and Akali Dal; Morchas.

9. Struggle for Freedom: activities of revolutionaries – Babbar Akalis, Naujawan Bharat Sabha; participation in mass movements – non co-operation, civil disobedience, Quit
India.

UNIT IV

10. Partition and its Aftermath: resettlement; rehabilitation

11. Social Concerns In Post Independence Punjab: language; immigration; socio-economic issues.

12. MAP: Major Historical places: Delhi, Kurukshetra, Jaito, Ferozepur, Ambala, Amritsar, Lahore, Ludhiana, Qadian, Jalandhar, Lyallpur, Montgomery.

Panjab University Bcom Second Sem Syllabus

BCM 202 : ENGLISH AND BUSINESS COMUNICATION

Note:

(i) There will be one paper of 80 marks. 10 marks are reserved for the Internal Assessment and 10 for the Practical Work. Total is 100.

(ii) The paper shall consist of Two Units. Unit I will be text specific and Unit II shall deal with different aspects of communication and language learning skills.

(iii) For Unit I, the prescribed text is Ten Mighty Pens Issues ed. K.A. Kalia (Oxford University Press).

The relevant sections, however, are as follows:

I. Chandalika: Rabindranath Tagore

II. A Bachelor’s Complaint of the Behaviour of Married People: Charles Lamb

III. El Dorado: R.L. Stevenson

IV. Bores : E.V. Lucas

V. The Art of the Essayist : A.C. Benson

(iv) For Unit II, there is no prescribed text, only suggested reading, listed towards the end, Unit II shall consist of the following sub-units:

Writing Skills: This section shall focus on business précis-writing, curriculum vitae; short formal reports (not exceeding 200 words).

Modern Forms of Communication: Here special emphasis shall be given to teaching the format of e-mails, Fax Messages, Teleconferencing, Audio-Visual Aids and Power-Point Presentations.

Apart from this, the students shall also be given basic lessons in Effective Listening, Non-Verbal Communication, How to Prepare for Group Discussion etc.

Practical Work: To impart skills of Group Discussion.

Practical Work: There will be viva-voce examination of 10 marks which will include Group Discussion. The students will appear in the group of 10 students for viva-voce.

Note: In case of private candidates and students of School of Open Learning, the marks obtained by them out of 80 will be proportionately increased out of 100.

Testing Scheme: The examination paper shall be divided into two sections, corresponding to two units already proposed in the syllabus. The distribution of questions and marks in

Section I shall be as follows:

Section I (It is text-based and corresponds to Unit I in the syllabus)

Q. 1. It shall consist of five short question/answers (not exceeding 100-120 words) out of which a student will be expected to attempt any three. This question shall be based upon the 12 marks prescribed text Ten Mighty Pens.

Q. 2. It shall consist of two long question/answers (not exceeding 300- 350 words) out of which a student will be expected to attempt only one. This question shall have internal choice, and be based upon the prescribed text Ten Mighty Pens. 10 marks

Note: The questions 1& 2 should be so designed as to cover all the chapters prescribed.

Q.3. It shall consist of an Unseen Passage for Comprehension (not more than 300 words), with minimum six questions at the end. These questions should be designed in such a way that we are able to test a student’s comprehension ability, language/presentation skills and vocabulary etc. 12 marks

Q.4. It shall exclusively be a test of vocabulary, but designed strictlyon the lines of various exercises given at the end of each chapter in the prescribed text. The candidate shall be given six words in one column and asked to match them with words/meanings in the next column. 6 marks

Section II (Based upon Unit II)

Q.5. The students shall be asked to write a short survey report on a situation, incident, business problem, or the possibility of starting a new commercial venture (in about 150-200 words). The students shall be given an internal choice in this question. 10 marks

Q.6. This will test the students’ ability to write a Précis. A passage of about 200 words shall be given and the students shall have towrite a précis of about 70 words (including the title). 10 marks

Q.7. Definition/format of Modern forms of communication to be tested- Listening – Non verbal communication, e-mail, fax, teleconferencing etc. 10 marks
 

Q.8. Curriculum Vitae 10 marks

Panjab University Bcom Second Sem Syllabus

BCM 203: E- COMMERCE

Objective: The objective of this paper is to provide fundamental knowledge to the students about E-Commerce so that they can better perform in any area of operation and can excel in the field of commerce with IT specialization.

UNIT I

  • Electronic Commerce Framework, History, Basics and Tools of E-Commerce, Comparison of Web-based with Traditional Business; Growth of E-Commerce – Present and potential.
  • E-Business : Meaning, Importance, Models Based on the Relationships of Transacting Parties (B2B, B2C, C2C and C2B ), Present Status of E-Commerce in India, Regulatory Aspects of ECommerce.

UNIT II

  • Changing Structure of Organisation – The Impact of E-Commerce on Various Business Sectors such as Entertainment, Education, Health Services, Publishing and Financial Services. Socio-Economic Impacts of E-Commerce.
  • Electronic Payment System: Types of Payment System — E-Cash and Currency Servers, ECheques, Credit Cards, Smart Cards, Electronic Purses and Debit Cards. Electronic Data Interchange, Digital Signatures, Cryptography, Interoperatibility and Intercompatibility.

Panjab University Bcom Second Sem Syllabus

BCM 204: BUSINESS ECONOMICS-II

Objective: The paper aims at providing the knowledge of basic concepts of the distribution and modern tools of macro-economic analysis.

UNIT-I

  • Distribution
  • Wages : Meaning, Types, Marginal Productivity Theory of Wages, Modern Theory of Wages.
  • Rent: Meaning ,Types, Ricardian Theory of Rent, Modern Theory of Rent, Quasi- Rent.
  • Interest: Meaning, Types, Classical Theory of Interest, Neo-Classical Theory of Interest, Liquidity Preference Theory of Interest.
  • Profits: Nature, Types, Dynamic Theory of Profits, Innovation Theory of Profits, Risks Bearing Theory of Profit, Uncertainty Bearing Theory of Profits.
  • National Income: Meaning, Concepts of National Income, Measurement of National Income, Difficulties in Its Measurements, Its Significance.

UNIT- II

  • Say’s Law of Market: Meaning, Implications,
  • Classical Theory of Income Output and Employment: Keynesian Theory of Employment.
  • Effective Demand: Determination, Importance
  • Consumption Function: Meaning, Factors Influencing Consumption Function, Average and Marginal Propensities to Consume, Propensity to Save, Psychological Law of Consumption and its Importance.
  • Marginal Efficiency of Capital: Meaning, Determinants, Theory of Secular Stagnation.
  • Investment: Meaning, Types, Factors Affecting Investment, Importance of Investment, Measures to Raise Private Investment.
  • Multiplier: Meaning, Keynesian Income or Investment Multiplier, Leakages, Uses, Limitations of Multiplier, Multiplier and Under-Developed Countries.

Panjab University Bcom Second Sem Syllabus

BCM 205: CORPORATE ACCOUNTING

Objective: To provide knowledge about basic corporate accounting with the relevant accounting standards.

UNIT 1

  • Issue, Forfeiture, Reissue and Buy-Back of Shares, Redemption of Preference Shares.
  • Right Issue and Bonus Shares.
  • Final Accounts of Companies (including Managerial Remuneration & Profit Prior to Incorporation),

UNIT II

  • Underwriting of Shares and Debentures.
  • Issue and Redemption of Debentures.
  • Accounts of Banking Companies
  • Accounts of Insurance Companies.
    Note : Accounting Standards are to be covered along with topics.
  • Practical Work:
    1. Preparation of Final Accounts of Companies and critical evaluation.
    2. Comparison of annual reports of companies and disclosures norms.

Panjab University Bcom Second Sem Syllabus

BCM 206: BUSINESS LAWS

Objective: The main objective of the paper is to acquaint the students about Business Laws.

UNIT– I

  • Sale of Goods Act, 1930: Contract of Sale of Goods, Conditions & Warranties; Transfer of Ownership;
  • Performance of the Contract: Remedial Measures; Auctionable Claims.
  • Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881: Definition, Acceptance and Negotiation, Rights and Liabilities of Parties, Dishonor of Negotiable Instrument, Hundis, Bankers and Customers.

UNIT- II

  • Factories Act, 1948: Objectives; Definitions; Approval; Licensing & Registration of Factories; The Inspecting Staff Health; Safety Welfare; Working Hours of Adults; Employment of Women; Child Labour – Issues and Challenges; Leave with Wages; Penalties & Procedure Supplemental.
  • The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947: Scope & Object; Definitions; Authorities; Notice of Change; Reference of Disputes; Procedure; Powers & Duties of Authorities; Award & Settlement; Strikes & Lockouts; Lay-off & Retrenchment etc.

Panjab University Bcom Second Sem Syllabus

BCM 207: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Objective: The objective of the paper is to familiarize the students with the different aspects of managing human resource in the organization.

UNIT – I

  • Human Resource Management: Introduction, Meaning and Definitions, Brief History, Nature, Functions, Importance and Limitations of HRM. Contemporary Challenges in HRM. Human Resource Planning; Introduction, Definitions, Features, Need for HR Planning, Objectives, Process, Factors affecting HR Planning, Types, Benefits, Problems in HR Planning and Way for Effective HR Planning.
  • Job Analysis and Job Design: Introduction, Objectives, Benefits, Process, Techniques and Problems in Job Analysis. Job Design- Meaning, Objectives and Techniques of Job Design.
  • Recruitment and Selection: Meaning and Definitions, Importance and Purpose, Process, Factors Affecting Recruitment, Sources of Recruitment, Methods, Constraints and Challenges of Recruitment. Recent Trends in Recruitment. Selection: Meaning and Definition, Selection Process and Methods.
  • Placement and Induction: Meaning and Problems in Placement. Induction: Meaning, Objectives, Contents, Elements, Procedure and Problems in Induction.

UNIT – II

  • Training and Development: Concepts, Importance, Identification of Training Needs. Types of
  • Training: On the Job and Off the Job Methods of Training. Designing and Evaluation of Training Programmes. Meaning of Development, Difference between Training and Development.
  • Performance Appraisal: Concept, Objectives, Methods of Performance Appraisal; How to Make it Effective.
  • Internal Mobility and Transfers: Promotions, Demotions and Other Forms of Separations, Definitions, Purpose, and Basis of Promotions. Transfer: Definitions, Purpose, Types and Transfer Policy.
  • Compensation Management: Concept, Methods of Wage payments and Incentive Plans, Fringe Benefits.

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