Dibrugarh University - M.Com (Previous Year): Business Environment Syllabus

Course No.COM -101
Business environment

Block-I: introduction to business Environment 
                Units i: Business Environment-Basics
                Objective, introduction, concept of business Environment, significance   of business Environment, Indian business Environment, Government and Business.
                Unit-ii: Indian Economy: an overview
                Objectives, Introduction, State of Indian Economy Economics indicators, External Indicators, Foreign investments & India. The  progressive  features of Indian  Economy :Sectoral  overview, Indian  Financial System, Development  Strategy  in India : Indian’s approach in the  new millennium, the  present day  world, Indian public policies.
Block-2:  Government Controls and MNCs
                Unit-I: controls and Industrial policies
                Objectives, Introduction, controls under planning, prices controls, Industrial policies.
                Unit-II: MNCs and MRTP Act
                Objectives, Introduction, Scenario of MNC’s in India, MRTP Act, Restrictive trade practices, powers of the commission, Remedies under the Act.
Block -3: Policies and Mobilization of Resources
                Unit-I: Monetary and Price in Developing country
                Objective, introduction , Monetary policy-meaning, Indian  Monetary policy, Features, monetary Growth, credit policy, price policy  in developing   economy.
                Unit-II: Mobilization of Resources 
                Objectives, Introduction ,Mobilization of  Resources  through  Fiscal  policy, Fiscal policy-meaning, Types  of  Fiscal policy, Expenditure  and  Taxation, Borrowing ,economic,& monetary effects. Indian  scenario  mobilization  of   Resources through Taxation, Containment of  current  expenditure, Consequences of  public  borrowing, public Enterprise saving, Central Government public  Enterprise, state  government public  Enterprise, Household  saving  behaviors, changing  Structure  of  private  savings, policy incentives for  private saving.
Block-4: Consumers Protection, capital market & foreign Trade
                Unit-I: consumer’s protection  
                Objectives, Introduction ,consumers protection, Introduction and Definition, objects  of consumers  protection Act, definition  of  different  terms  under  the  Act, Redressel  machinery under  the Act, Important cases, consumer  rights  and  responsibilities.       
                Unit-II: Indian capital market
                Objectives, Introduction, Indian capital market-evaluation, Indian stock Exchange, Institutional Investors, and other issues.
                Unit –III:  Direction of Indian Foreign Trade
                Objectives, Introduction, trends  in  India’s  Foreign Trade, Trend  in India ‘s foreign  Trade, Recent Trend , Foreign Exchange  management  Act , regulation and  management of  foreign  Exchange .
Block-5: Structural Reforms and ITS Revolution
                Unit-I: Structural Reforms 
                Objectives ,introduction, Structural  reforms in Indian economy, Impact  on Terms of trade  and  prices, Impact  on  Household  Income, poverty  and  Food  security, India’s  foreign  policy(Globalization and  Trade Promotion).
                Unit-II: IT’S Revolution
                Objectives ,Introduction ,globalization, Indian  stand in terms of Global Integration,  Digital cash, E-commerce, Impact  of  Globalization  WTO etc.