Tuesday, June 26, 2018

DDEDU - B.COM SYLLABUS: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


Dibrugarh University
Syllabus for B.COM Programme
Under Directorate of Distance Education
2nd Year
Course No: B. Com. 201: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HRM)
Total Marks: 90
Objectives: The main objective of this course is to provide theoretical knowledge about HRM and its different aspects.



Block I: Nature and Scope of HRM:                                          18
Meaning, definitions, Nature, Objectives, Scope, Functions, Personnel Management and HRM, Importance of HRM, Evolution and Development of HRM.

Block II: Human Resources Planning:                                      18
Meaning, Objectives, Importance, Process, Effective Human Resources Planning, Problem of Human Resource Planning, Job Analysis-Meaning, aspects and Process and job Analysis, Job Design, Job Enrichment.

Block III: Recruitment:                                                                  18
Meaning, definitions, Sources, Process, Constraints, Recruitment Processes in India, Selection: Meaning, Purposes, Process, Need for Scientific Selection, Placement, Induction, Inductive Training in India.

Block IV: Career Planning:                                                          18
Concepts of Career, Stages and Process of Career, Career Development and Management; Employee Training-Concept, Needs, Areas of Training, Methods of Training, Executive Development and Organization Development

Block V: Compensation Administration:                               18
Meaning and Objectives, Incentives and Employee Benefits-Meaning and Importance, Health and Safety-Meaning, Objectives and Importance
Suggested Readings:
1.       Khanka S. S.: Human Resource Management (Test and Cases); S. Chand and Company Ltd; Ram Nagar; New Delhi-110 055.
2.       Rao V S P: Human Resource Management; Test and Cases; Excel Books; A;45; Naraina; Phase;I; New Delhi-110 028.
3.       Mangaraj Sujata: Globalization and Human Resource Management; Excel Books; A;45; Naraina; Phase;I, New Delhi-110 008.
4.       Khanka S. S.: Human Resource Management (Text and Cases); S. Chand, Ram Nagar, New Delhi-110055.
5.       Jyothi. P. and Venkatesh D. N.: Human Resource Management, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.

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