Tuesday, June 26, 2018

DDEDU - B.COM SYLLABUS: ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT


Dibrugarh University
Syllabus for B.COM Programme
Under Directorate of Distance Education
3rd Year
Course No: B. Com. 301: ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Total Marks: 90
Objectives: It provides exposure to the learners to the entrepreneurial culture and industrial growth so as to prepare them to set up and manage their own small units. 


Block I: Introduction:                                                                     18
The entrepreneur: Definition; Emergence of entrepreneurial class; Theories of entrepreneur; Role of small business in Indian economy; Govt. policies regarding small units: Characteristics of entrepreneur; Leadership; Risk taking; Decision making and business planning.

Block II: Promotion of a Venture:                                             18
Opportunities analysis; External environmental analysis-economic, social and technological; Competitive factors; Legal requirements for establishment of a new unit, and raising of funds; Venture capital sources and documentation required.

Block III: Entrepreneurial Behavior:                                        18
Innovation and entrepreneur; Entrepreneurial Behavior and Psycho-Theories, Social responsibility

Block IV: Entrepreneurial Development Programme:     18
EDP; their role, relevance, and achievements; Role of Government in Organizing EDPs; Critical evaluation

Block V: Generation of Employment Opportunities:       18
Generation of employment opportunities, complimenting and supplementing economic growth; bringing about social stability and balanced regional development of industries; Role in export promotion and import substitution, forex earnings; augmenting and meeting local demand

Suggested Readings:
1.       Desai Vasant: Dynamics of Entrepreneurial Development; Himalaya Publishing House; Mumbai.
2.       Khanka S. S.; Entrepreneurial Development; S. Chand & Company Ltd.; New Delhi.
3.       Srivastave S. B.: A Practical Guide to Industrial Entrepreneurs; S. Chand and Sons’ New Delhi.
4.       Rajkonwar A. B. Entrepreneurship Development; Kalyani Publishers; Ludhiana.
5.       Deb Rana Bijoy: Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship.
6.       V. S. Manjunath: Enterprise & Management; Pearson Education.

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