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Format No. QSP/7.1/01.F01
Issue No.04 Rev. No 3 Dated: Jan 25, 2010
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UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES
College of Management and Economic Studies
Dehradun
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COURSE PLAN

Programme: Masters in Business Administration
Course : LSCM
Semester :I
Session : Aug-Dec 2011
Batch : 2011-2013
Subject Code: MBCE 701
No. of credits:3
Subject : Economics and Management Decisions
Prepared by:Ms.K.Deeppa
Email: kdeeppa@ddn.upes.ac.in

Approved By

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HODDean
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UPES CampusTel : +91-135-2261090/91
“Energy Acres”Fax : +91 135- 2694204
P.O. Bidholi, Via Prem NagarWeb : www.upes.ac.in
Dehradun -248 007 (U K) <siness EX - IOTL tudy approach of India Infrastructure firms".________________________ _________

COURSE PLAN

A. LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED

Graduation level basic aptitude with analytic skills and required computing & communication (oral & written) skills coupled with understanding of fundamental business terminologies, interest in current affairs and positive attitude are the prerequisites.

B. OBJECTIVES

a) To understand basic fundamentals and principles of micro and macroeconomics. b) To understand demand, production & cost functions to answer managerial questions. c) To understand various market structures & their characteristics to make Supply / pricing decisions. d) To enhance the prevailing economic and business policy understanding in total and improve its application in business environment. e) To demonstrate how application of economic theory can improve decision making.
C. COURSE OUTLINE

Module 1- Demand Analysis,
Module 2- Theory of Profit & Cost
Module 3- Theory of Firm
Module 4- Macroeconomics

PEDAGOGY

Interactive approach during the study. Students shall be advised in advance to prepare the topics for discussion in the class)
Work in small groups and personalized teaching
(Student counseling, tutoring, and individual projects/ assignments, exercises)

* Slide Presentation
* Presentations (Individual/Group)
* Illustrations/Examples
* Case Study
* Class Test
* Quiz
* Assignments
* Extempore
* Group Discussion

D. COURSE COMPLETION PLAN

Lectures: 3 h/week;
Total hours per week: 3 contact hours per week would be used. Tutorial classes would be held as per the requirement for problem-solving exercises, taking-up tests and assignments.

E. EVALUATION & GRADING

Description| Marks| Schedule|
1. Internal Examination| 30| Detailed Below|
2. Mid term Exam| 20| Academic Calendar|
3. End term Exam| 50| Academic Calendar|

Internal Assessment: Marks 100 (shall be done based on the following):

First Component :Individual Assignment (Written) For every 2 units
20% weightage

Second Component: Group Project on specific topic
after mid semester Exam 30% weightage

Third Component: Case Analysis/GD/Role-play/Poster/ Presentations/Quiz/class tests All through the semester 40% weightage

Fourth Component: Pre-reading and attendance
10% weightage

Class Tests...
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