Sunday, February 23, 2014

Dibrugarh University - Semester VI - International Business (INBU – 602) Syllabus [Both Old and New Course]

Course No. 602 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (INBU XXII) - NEW COURSE
Marks: 80 Hours: 40
Objective: The objective of this course is to acquaint students with International Business with reference to Indian Foreign Trade and Policy.

Course Contents:

UNIT-I: India’s Foreign Trade: Trends and Developments; Commodity composition and direction; India’s Foreign Trade in global context.                   20: 10 hrs

UNIT-II: Foreign Trade Policy and control in India: Policy making body and Institutions; Exchange control in India – objectives and definition.                     20: 10 hrs

UNIT-III: Import Substitution and Export Promotion Policies: Export Incentives-duty exemption schemes, EPCG, duty draw backs; Role of Commercial Banks in foreign trade; Deferred payment system; Exim Bank; Export credit insurance and ECGC.                        20: 10 hrs

UNIT-IV: Infrastructure Support for Export Promotion: Export Promotion Councils; Commodity boards/ product export development authorities; Specific service institutions; State trading organizations; Export and Trading Houses.; Export Processing Zones/Special Economic Zone (EPZ/SEZ); Export Oriented units (EOUs).        20: 10 hrs

Text and Reference Books:
1. Verma M.L.: Foreign Trade Management in India; Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi.
2. Bhashyam S: Export Promotion in India – The Institutional Infrastructure; Commonwealth Public , New Delhi.
3. Chaudhuri B.K.: Finance of Foreign Trade Foreign Exchange; Himalaya Publication, New Delhi.
4. Mahajan V.S.: India’s Foreign Trade and Balance of Payments; Deep & Deep Publications, New Delhi.
5. Export-Import Policy; 1997-2001; ministry of Commerce, Government of India, New Delhi.
6. Varma: International Business, Pearson, New Delhi.
7. Sharan: International Business: Concept, Environment and Strategy, Pearson, New Delhi 

OLD COURSE SYLLABUS
Total Marks: 100 (End Sem 80 + IA 20)

Unit-1: India’s Foreign Trade: Trends and Developments; commodity composition and direction; India’s Foreign trade in global context.  (Marks: 16, 9 Hours)

Unit-2: Foreign trade Policy and Control in India: Policy Making body and Institutions; Exchange control in India – Objectives and definitions.  (Marks: 16, 9 Hours)

Unit-3: Import Substitution and Export Promotion Policies: Export Incentives-duty exemption schemes, EPCG, duty drawbacks, Role of Commercial Banks in foreign trade, deferred payment system; Exim Bank; Export credit insurance and ECGC.  (Marks: 16, 9 Hours)

Unit-4: Infrastructure support for Export Promotions: Export Promotion councils; Commodity boards/ Product export development authorities; specific service institutions; state trading organisations; Export and Trading Houses; Export Processing Zones/Special Economic Zone (EPZ/SEZ); Export Oriented units (EOUs).  (Marks: 16, 9 Hours)

Unit-5: Foreign Investment Policy: Indian Joint venture abroad; Multilateralism and Bilateralism in India’s foreign trade.  (Marks: 16, 9 Hours)


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