Theories on entrepreneurship; Impact of environmental factors on entrepreneurship; SWOT analysis; New business start-up strategies; Business plan; Business launch; Cases on entrepreneurship.
International business environment; International trade theories; International communication; International finance, economics, and marketing; International organizations and regulatory bodies; Mergers and acquisitions; National and sub regional trade; Bilateral and multilateral trade; Global business strategy; International law.
Concepts on strategy; Strategic thinking and planning; Organizational SWOT analysis; Conception and evaluation of alternatives; Strategic decision making: organizational, departmental, and business unit level; Strategic monitoring and control.
Types of research; Scientific thinking; Research process and design; Sample size and sampling technique; Data collecting, measurement, and scaling; Data coding and analysis; Research proposal writing; Research report writing and presentation; SPSS, C+.
Marketing management: concepts, tools, and techniques; Types of products; Product attributes; Product life cycle, New product development; Packaging; Branding; Pricing strategies; Promotional mix; Advertising budget; Media planning; Sales force allocation; Distribution strategies and channels; Marketing requirements of different organizations; Service marketing; Ethical and social issues of marketing; Export marketing; Modern trends in promotion.
Atomic Structure, quantum numbers, electronic configuration, periodic table. Properties and uses of noble gases. Different types of chemical bonds and their properties. Molecular structures of compounds. Selective organic reactions. Different types of solutions and their compositions. Phase rule, phase diagram of mono component system. Properties of dilute solutions. Thermochemistry, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibria. Ionization of water and pH concept. Electrical properties of solution.
In this course, students will perform experiments on volumetric analysis such as acid-base titration, oxidation-reduction titrations, determination of Fe, Cu and Ca volumetrically. These concepts are learned in CHEM 101.
Information Technology is very necessary for modern life. Computing is not limited to Computer Programmers and Computer Engineer. This course will help the students to know the functions of computer and the capabilities of it. The students will be introduced with the components of the computer system and will also be able to see the components practically. They will also get the basic idea about the computer programming, database, Networks, maintenance of computer, brief idea about the Security and Privacy of a computer and so on. Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Internet and FrontPage will be taught in Lab.
Introduction: brief history and types of computers, application areas. Working principle of a computer system. Single and multi-user systems.
Hardware: Organization and architecture, CPU, Motherboards & Microprocessors, Memory units: Primary memory, Secondary memory, Input & output (I/O) Devices, peripheral devices, AT/XT, ISA, FISA, PCI Bus Architecture.
Software: Classifications, System software, Operating system concepts, importance, components and basic functions of DOS, Windows and UNIX operating systems. Application software, database, spreadsheet and word-processing software.
Applications: Multimedia systems, computer networks: basic concepts on LAN, WAN rind
Internet systems, Internet services, E-mail and WWW.
Selection of computers, hardware, software and cost consideration.
Programming fundamentals: Constants, variables, Keywords, Data types, C instructions, Hierarchy of operations, Programming structure of C. Decision Making and Looping: If, If-else, Else-if statements, Nesting; While, For loop, Nesting of loop. Odd loops, Do-while loop, Case control structure. Array & Functions: One dimensional, Two dimensional array; Array initialization, Scope rules of function, Nesting and recursion of function, Call by value and call by reference, Passing array elements to a function, pointers, Pointer notations, Array and pointers, Function and pointers. String operation: String variables, String I/O operations, Standard library string functions, Two-dimensional array, Array of pointers to string. C processors, structure type, structure elements, Array structures, Structure I/O in C. Introduction to OOP using C++. The course includes lab works based on theory taught.