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BUSINESS COMMUNICATION / COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH SYLLABUS CBCS PATTERN

In this Page you will B.Com 1st Sem/2nd Sem Business Communication/Communicative English Complete Syllabus of Dibrugarh, Gauhati and Assam University. Also Syllabus of IGNOU B.Com and syllabus prescribed by UGC are also added.

Business Communication/Communicative English complete Notes, Past Exam Question Papers and solved papers will be uploaded very soon.

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1. Dibrugarh University

a) B.Com 1st Sem (Hons)/B.com 2nd Sem (Non-Hons)

2. Gauhati University

a) B.Com 1st Sem Hons

3. Assam University

a) B.Com 1st Sem Hons

4. IGNOU B.Com 2nd Sem Syllabus – English Communication Skills

5. Business Communication Syllabus as per UGC Guidelines

6. Business Communication Complete Notes

Also Read: Business Communication Solved Questions Papers (Coming Soon)

Dibrugarh University – B.Com 1st SEM Hons ☝BackToTop☝

B.Com. (Hons.): Semester I

Paper: AECC-1(Communicative English)

Full Marks: 40: Pass Marks: 16

Time: 2 hours

Objectives: To equip students of the B.Com (Hons.) course effectively to acquire skills in reading, writing, comprehension and communication, as also to use electronic media for business communication.

CONTENTS

UNIT – I: (Communication: Theory and Types)

Nature of Communication, Process of Communication, Types of Communication (verbal & Non Verbal), Importance of Communication, Different forms of Communication. Barriers to Communication Causes, Linguistic Barriers, Psychological Barriers, Interpersonal Barriers, Cultural Barriers, Physical Barriers, Organizational Barriers

UNIT – II: (Speaking Skills)

Dialogue, Monologue, Group Discussion, Public Speech

UNIT – III: (Reading and Understanding)

Passage, Close reading, Paraphrasing, Language – Source language and target language

UNIT – IV: (Writing Skills)

Documenting, Report writing, Note making, Letter writing

Suggested Readings:

1.       Bovee, and Thill, Business Communication Essentials, Pearson Education

2.       Shirley Taylor, Communication for Business, Pearson Education

3.       Locker and Kaczmarek, Business Communication: Building Critical Skills, McGraw Hill Education

4.       Herta A Murphy, Herbert W Hildebrandt, Jane P. Thomas, Effective Business Communication (SIE), McGraw Hill Education

5.       Dona Young, Foundations of Business Communication: An Integrative Approach, McGraw Hill Education

6.       Raymond V. Lesikar, Marie E. Flatley, Kathryn Rentz, Paula Lentz, and Neerja Pande, Business Communication: Connecting in a Digital World (SIE), McGraw Hill Education.

Note: Latest edition of text books may be used.

Gauhati University – B.Com 1st Sem Hons ☝BackToTop☝

BCM-AE-1014: BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

Marks: 100 Credits: 4

Objective: To equip students of the B.Com (Hons.) course effectively to acquire skills in reading, writing, comprehension and communication, as also to use electronic media for business communication.

Contents:

Unit 1: Introduction:

Nature of Communication, Process of Communication, Types of Communication (verbal & Non Verbal), Importance of Communication, Different forms of Communication Barriers to Communication Causes, Linguistic Barriers, Psychological Barriers, Interpersonal Barriers, Cultural Barriers, Physical Barriers, Organizational Barriers

Unit 2: Business Correspondence:

Letter Writing, presentation, Inviting quotations, Sending quotations, Placing orders, Inviting tenders, Sales letters, claim & adjustment letters and social correspondence, Memorandum, Inter - office Memo, Notices, Agenda, Minutes, Job application letter, preparing the Resume.

Unit 3: Report Writing:

Business reports, Types, Characteristics, Importance, Elements of structure, Process of writing, Order of writing, the final draft, check lists for reports.

Unit 4: Vocabulary:

Words often confused Words often misspelt, common errors in English.

Unit 5: Oral Presentation:

Importance, Characteristics, Presentation Plan, Power point presentation, Visual aids.

Suggested Readings:

1.       Bovee, and Thill, Business Communication Essentials, Pearson Education

2.       Shirley Taylor, Communication for Business, Pearson Education

3.       Locker and Kaczmarek, Business Communication: Building Critical Skills, McGraw Hill Education

4.       Herta A Murphy, Herbert W Hildebrandt, Jane P. Thomas, Effective Business Communication (SIE), McGraw Hill Education

5.       Dona Young, Foundations of Business Communication: An Integrative Approach, McGraw Hill Education

6.       Raymond V. Lesikar, Marie E. Flatley, Kathryn Rentz, Paula Lentz, and Neerja Pande, Business Communication: Connecting in a Digital World (SIE), McGraw Hill Education

Note: Latest edition of text books may be used.

Assam University – B.Com 1st SEM Hons ☝BackToTop☝

B.Com. (Hons.): Semester I

Paper BCH 2.1: BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (In English)

Internal Assessment -30

Term End Exam - 70

Marks: 100

Objectives: To equip students of the B.Com (Hons.) course effectively to acquire skills in reading, writing, comprehension and communication, as also to use electronic media for business communication.

CONTENTS

Unit 1: Introduction 12 Lectures (20 Marks)

Nature of Communication, Process of Communication, Types of Communication (verbal & Non Verbal), Importance of Communication, Different forms of Communication. Barriers to Communication Causes, Linguistic Barriers, Psychological Barriers, Interpersonal Barriers, Cultural Barriers, Physical Barriers, Organizational Barriers

Unit 2: Business Correspondence 12 Lectures (20 Marks)

Letter Writing, presentation, Inviting quotations, Sending quotations, Placing orders, Inviting tenders, Sales letters, claim & adjustment letters and social correspondence, Memorandum, Inter-office Memo, Notices, Agenda, Minutes, Job application letter, preparing the Resume.

Unit 3: Report Writing 12 Lectures (20 Marks)

Business reports, Types, Characteristics, Importance, Elements of structure, Process of writing, Order of writing, the final draft, and check lists for reports.

Unit 4: Vocabulary 12 Lectures (20 Marks)

Words often confused Words often misspelt, common errors in English.

Unit 5: Oral Presentation 12 Lectures (20 Marks)

Importance, Characteristics, Presentation Plan, Power point presentation, Visual aids.

Suggested Readings:

1.       Bovee, and Thill, Business Communication Essentials, Pearson Education.

2.       Shirley Taylor, Communication for Business, Pearson Education.

3.       Locker and Kaczmarek, Business Communication: Building Critical Skills, McGraw Hill Education.

4.       Herta A. Murphy, Herbert W. Hildebrandt, Jane P. Thomas, Effective Business Communication (SIE), McGraw Hill Education.

5.       Dona Young, Foundations of Business Communication: An Integrative Approach, McGraw Hill Education.

6.       Raymond V. Lesikar, Marie E. Flatley, Kathryn Rentz, Paula Lentz, and Neerja Pande, Business Communication: Connecting in a Digital World (SIE), McGraw Hill Education.

Note: Latest Edition of text books may be used.

IGNOU Syllabus – B.Com 2nd Semester ☝BackToTop☝

BEGAE-182: ENGLISH COMMUNICATION SKILLS

(Core Course – 4 Credits)

English Communication Skills is of 4 credits and has 3 Blocks and 11 Units. Communication involves both verbal and non-verbal communication. In this Course we give you an understanding of the communication process, the barriers to it, the skills involved in communication i.e. listening, speaking, reading and writing in both formal and informal contexts. We discuss the differences between spoken and written forms of the language and make you sensitive to conversational skills which include to a large extent, body language.

BLOCK 1: UNDERSTANDING COMMUNICATION

Unit 1: The Process of Communication

Unit 2: The Globalization of Communication: A Global Village

Unit 3: Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication

BLOCK 2: LISTENING AND SPEAKING IN INFORMAL AND FORMAL CONTEXTS

Unit 1: Informal Interpersonal Functions

Unit 2: Making Enquiries / Asking Questions

Unit 3: Group Discussions and Meetings

Unit 4: Essentials of Presentation Skills

BLOCK 3: READING AND WRITING SKILLS

Unit 1: The Reading Skill

Unit 2: Vocabulary Development

Unit 3: The Writing Skill: Some Basic Guidelines

Unit 4: The Language of Formal Letters

Syllabus Recommended by UGC ☝BackToTop☝

B.Com. (Hons.): Semester - II

Paper – BCH 2.1: BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (In English)

Duration: 3 hrs. Marks: 50 Lectures: 30

Objective: To equip students of the B.Com (Hons.) course effectively to acquire skills in reading, writing, comprehension and communication, as also to use electronic media for business communication.

Contents:

Unit 1: Introduction: 6 Lecture

Nature of Communication, Process of Communication, Types of Communication (verbal & Non Verbal), Importance of Communication, Different forms of Communication Barriers to Communication Causes, Linguistic Barriers, Psychological Barriers, Interpersonal Barriers, Cultural Barriers, Physical Barriers, Organizational Barriers

Unit 2: Business Correspondence: 6 Lecture

Letter Writing, presentation, Inviting quotations, Sending quotations, Placing orders, Inviting tenders, Sales letters, claim & adjustment letters and social correspondence, Memorandum, Inter - office Memo, Notices, Agenda, Minutes, Job application letter, preparing the Resume.

Unit 3: Report Writing: 6 Lecture

Business reports, Types, Characteristics, Importance, Elements of structure, Process of writing, Order of writing, the final draft, check lists for reports.

Unit 4: Vocabulary: 6 Lecture

Words often confused, Words often misspelt, Common errors in English.

Unit 5: Oral Presentation: 6 Lecture

Importance, Characteristics, Presentation Plan, Power point presentation, Visual aids.

Suggested Readings:

1.       Bovee, and Thill, Business Communication Essentials, Pearson Education

2.       Shirley Taylor, Communication for Business, Pearson Education

3.       Locker and Kaczmarek, Business Communication: Building Critical Skills, McGraw Hill Education

4.       Herta A Murphy, Herbert W Hildebrandt, Jane P. Thomas, Effective Business Communication (SIE), McGraw Hill Education

5.       Dona Young, Foundations of Business Communication: An Integrative Approach, McGraw Hill Education

6.       Raymond V. Lesikar, Marie E. Flatley, Kathryn Rentz, Paula Lentz, and Neerja Pande, Business Communication: Connecting in a Digital World (SIE), McGraw Hill Education

Note: Latest edition of text books may be used.

Business Communication Complete Notes ☝BackToTop☝

1. Communication – Theory, Types and Barriers

2. Article Writing

3. Speaking Skills – Monologue, Dialogue, Interview, Speech

4. Speech Writing

5. Report Writing

6. Writing Skills – Documenting, Report Writing, Making notes

7. Dialogue Writing

8. Interview – Meaning, Importance and Preparation

9. Reading and Understanding – Comprehension, Summary, Translation

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