SMU- MBA BBA BCA MCA: Solved Assignment, Synopsis, Format of Synopsis, Project and Format of Project 2018

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MBA – Project Guidelines :
Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program Directorate of Distance Education
SIKKIM MANIPAL UNIVERSITY (SMU)
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 Marketing Project:
Customer Satisfaction Survey
Consumer Perception Survey
Service Quality Study
Service Blueprinting
Service Process Mapping – Back stage, on-stage
Improving service quality using service blueprinting
Competition Analysis
Service standards
Study on effectiveness of employee’s role in service delivery
Effectiveness of channels (distributors/ DSAs) in service delivery
Effectiveness of channels (on-line/ Internet) in service delivery
Customer Data Analysis
Study of Institutional markets
Effectiveness of promotion schemes
Measurement of Brand awareness and brand perception
Customer Loyalty study
Study of purchase influencing factors
Customer Profiling
Advertising effectiveness study
MBA HR project:
Training and Development
Performance Management System
Employee Welfare Measure
360 degree Appraisal
Quality of Work life
HRD Practices
Factors determining Job Satisfaction of Employees
Stress Management
Employee retention Techniques
Settlement of Grievance(Do it in Manufacturing concern)
Workers Participation in Management.
Effectiveness of Training(Do it as Research Project)
Role of HRM Department in ERP (SAP/People soft)
Role of HRM Department in Growing Organization
Competency Mapping
Job evaluation
Employee satisfaction
Compensation review
360 degree feedback
Recruitment Process
General evaluation
Mapping training need of employees
Succession planning in Senior management
Retention strategy in a manufacturing set up
MBA Finance Project

Working Capital management – Comparative Valuation
Corporate lending
Industry analysis and company analysis on a scenario basis, competitiveness, growth potential and credit analysis
Ratio analysis – Financial Performance Using Ratio Analysis
Debtor management
Research in Risk management, Banking, Derivatives etc
International Banking, Foreign Exchange, Monetary Economics, Micro Finance, Rural Finance

The Effects of Financial Constraints on Corporate Investment Decisions and Demand for Liquidity
Corporate finance
Capital budgeting – 
Capital Budgeting and Initial Cash Outlay(ICO) Uncertainty 
Virtual finance
Financial Planning and forecasting
Structured Finance
Computational finance
Optimization Methods in Finance
Dependence on external finance: an inherent industry characteristic?
Project Finance as a Tool for Growth
Creating Value through Financial Management
Cost Reduction and Control
New Financial Approaches for the Economic Sustainability in Manufacturing Industry
Activity-based costing and management
Fundamental Analysis to Assess Earnings Quality
EQA Earnings quality Analysis
Zero Base Budgeting
International business – Project Reports on International business
International finance
Investment banking
Investment management

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SMU MBA MCA Solved Assignment

Q1.  Three machines A, B and C produce respectively 60%, 30% and 10% of the total number of items of a factory. The percentage of defective output of these machines are respectively 2%, 3% and 4%. An item is selected at random and is found to be defective. Find the probability that the item was produced by machine C.

 

Solution: Let P(A), P(B) and P(C) denote the probabilities of choosing an item produced by A, B, C respectively. Also, let P(X/A), P(X/B), P(X/C) denote the probabilities of choosing a defective item from the outputs of A, B, C respectively. Then, from what is given, we have

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Q.1 What are the advantages of corporate banking? Explain different types of loans and advances offered by corporate banks.
Advantages of Corporate banking

Types of loans and advances offered by corporate banks

Ans. 1

A corporate banking account has a lot of advantages.  As your company grows, it is helpful to have different corporate finance accounts for different purposes, including ones for reserves and other savings.

Another perk of having a corporate banking account is the access to professional bankers that can help you with any aspect of finances in regard to your company.  This could be help with cash management, accounts payable and receivable and conducting international transactions.

 

Q.1] Following information obtained from a manufacturing company:

Direct Material – 150000

Office Expenses – 120000

Factory Expenses – 90000

Total Sales – 650000

Prime Cost – 450000

15% of the output is in stock

Calculate:

(a) Direct Expenses (b) Factory Cost  (c) Cost of Production   (d) Cost of Sale (e)Profit

 

Ans:               

Direct materials – 150000

Factory expenses – 90000

Office expenses – 120000

Total sales – 650000

Prime cost- 450000

15% of the output is in stock

 Solution:

Cost Sheet

 

Direct Materials 1,50,000
Direct Expenses* 3,00,000

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Q.2]

Assets Fixed Asset 15,00,000
Current Asset 5,00,000

 

Liabilities Accounts payable 200000
Reserve And Surplus 100000
10% Debentures 300000
6% Preference Share Capital 300000
Equity Share Capital 1100000
  1. Calculate Debt-Ratio
  2. Calculate Debt-equity Ratio

 

Ans:

  1. Debt ratio = Total liabilities to outsiders/Total assets

= (Debentures + accounts payable)/ (Fixed +current assets)

= (3,00,000 + 2,00,000) / (15,00,000 + 5,00,000)

Interpretation: The ratio indicates that the total liabilities are well covered by the entity’s asset value.

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Assignment for Statistics for Management of SMU MBA

Statistics for Management

Question 1. Write Short notes on following methods of classification in Statistical Survey
 One Way Classification
 Two Way Classification
 Manifold Classification
Answer:
 One Way Classification
Classification done according to a single attribute or variables is known as one way classification.

Two Way Classification
Classification done according to two attributes or variables is known as two-way classification.




3. What do you mean by Statistical Averages? List various requisites of a
Good Average.

Statistics for Management
Question 1. Write Short notes on following methods of classification in Statistical Survey
 One Way Classification
 Two Way Classification
 Manifold Classification
Answer:
 One Way Classification
Classification done according to a single attribute or variables is known as one way classification.




Module statistics

Sub-module Sub-module Sub-module
Basic concepts Visual summeraries probability theories
10 Students 20 Students 10 Students

 Two Way Classification
Classification done according to two attributes or variables is known as two-way
classification.

 Manifold Classification

Module statistics

Sub-module Sub-module Sub-module
Basic concepts vision summaries Probability theory

10 students 20 Students 10 Students

4 Males 6 Females 11 Males 9 Females 7 Males 3Females

Classification done according to more than two attributes or variables is known as manifold
classification.

 

Question 2: What do you mean by Statistical Averages? List various requisites of a Good Average.
 Statistical Averages.
 Requisites of a Good Average

Answer:
 Statistical Averages.
In this section we will discuss the statistical averages. The average of a distribution has been defined in various ways. Some of the important definitions are as follows: According to Clark and Sekkade, “An average is an attempt to find one single figure to describe the whole of figures”.

3.In a beauty contest, the ranks provided by three different judges to 10 competitors are given in following table. Find out which pair of judges are more associated in term of same pattern for ranking.

4. Production for the last 7 years of xyz it is given in following table
Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Production (in tonnes) 8 12 13 17 25 22 30

Based on above data forecast the production for year 2016 & 2017-12- 10
 Fitting of straight line
 Production for the 2016
 Production for year 2017






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Assignment of Management Process and Organizational Behaviour SMU MBA

  1. Explain the Definition and Importance of ‘management’.
  2. Explain the steps involved in Planning process.
    Discuss any 5 importance of Organizing.
  3. Explain the following:
    a) Definition pf Leading.
    b) Importance of Leading.
  4. Define the term Controlling? What are the prerequisites of effective control?
  5. Explain the components and functions of attitude.
  6. Define leadership. Write a brief note on ‘Contingency Theories of Leadership’.

Management process and Organisational Behaviour




Question 1: Explain the definition and importance of ‘Management’.
 Definition of management
 Importance of management
Answer:
 Definition of management Management
Management is very important for any organization without proper management you cannot achieve the required objectives. It is an important force which coordinates the individual efforts. Anyhow, it is a controlling force in case of business, country or even for a family. It can be defined in
the following words
Definition of Management
Management is a process of coordinating the resources to meet the objectives. Business Management “business activity which directs and controls the organization and operations of a business enterprise is called Business Management.




Importance of organising.
1. Planning Hierarchy
The concept of the feeling of the plans at the different hierarchical levels can be understood a great
deal with the help of the planning hierarchy. Here the different plans are treated as the hierarchy,
involves going towards the lowest hierarchical plan from the broader hierarchical plan. The planning
hierarchy mainly consists of the following type of the plans –
1. Business plans – These types of the plans include whole of the business.
2. SBU plans – These plans act as the strategic business unit plans including the business units.
3. Corporate Plans – These plans act as the plans of the organization involving its activities. It is the total plan for the whole organization, a corporate body working as a functional unit. The complete unit is covered under such plans.




4. Departmental plans – These plans are also referred to as the functional unit plans and cover the branches, the projects, the departments, the units that are separated for the functional efficiency.
2. Conceptual planning
Provides some type of the guidance for the planning but the major rawback in this type of the planning is that the planning unit is not at all visible, whose presence is very much critical in the planning.

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Assignment for Managerial Economics of SMU MBA

  1. Define Demand Forecasting. Elucidate the determinants of supply.
  2. State the Law of Demand and also discuss the various exceptions to the law of demand
  3. Define business cycle and some of the causes of business cycles. 

  4.  Explain the equilibrium of a firm under perfect competition in the long run.
  5. Define Monetary Policy and Fiscal Policy. Write down any four objectives of both Monetary and Fiscal Policy

  6. Explain Oligopoly. Explain the features of oligopoly market.
 Q.1. Define Demand Forecasting. Elucidate the determinants of supply.

 

         ·            Demand Forecasting

 

          ·            Determinants of Supply





 

Answer:- demand forecasting seeks to investigate and measure the forces that determine sales for existing and new products. Generally companies plan their business- production or sale in anticipation of future demand. Hence forecasting future demand becomes important. the art of successful business lies in avoiding or minimizing the risk involved as far as possible and facing the uncertainties in a most befitting manner.

Demand forecasting is needed to know whether the demand is subject to cyclical fluctuation or not, so that the production and inventory policies etc. can be suitably formulated.  A forecast is made for a specific period of time which would be sufficient to take a decision and put it into the action.

  • Demand Forecasting





Demand forecasting refers to an estimate of most likely future demand for a product under the given conditions. Such forecasts are of immense managerial use both I the short run as well as in the long run. Demand forecasts for short periods are made on the assumption that the company has a given production capacity and the period is too short to change the existing production capacity. Demand forecasting is generally associated with forecasting sales. a firm can make use of the sales forecasts made by the industry as a powerful tool for formulating sales policy and sales strategy. They can become action guides to select the course of action which will maximize the firm’s earnings.

  • Determinants of Supply

Apart from price many other factors bring about changes in supply. Among them the important factors are:

  1. Natural factors- Favourable natural factors like good climatic conditions and timely adequate well distributed rainfall results in higher production and expansions in supply.
  2. Change in techniques of production- An improvement in techniques of production and use of modern. On the contrary primitive techniques are responsible for lower output and hence lower supply.
 Question 2: State the Law of Demand and also discuss the various exceptions to the law of demand

 

·         Define law of Demand with suitable diagram

 

·         State any five exceptions to Law of Demand

 

The low of demand explains the relationship between price and quantity demanded of a commodity. It says that inversely with the price. The low can be explained in the following manner. “Keeping other factors that affect demand constant a fall in price leads to decrease in quantity demanded for the product”. The law explains the cause and effect relationship between the independent variable [dependent].



  1. A product becomes cheaper [price effect]
  2. purchasing power of a consumer would go up
  3. consumers can save some amount of money

 

  • State any five exceptions to Law of Demand

Some examples that favour the unusual demand curve are as follows:

  1. Giffen’s paradox :- A paradox is an inconsistency or contrary. Sir Robert Giffen an lrish economics, with the help of demand. The giffen’s paradox holds that ‘demand is strengthened with a fall in price”. he gave the example of poor people of Ireland who were using potatoes declined, customer instead of buying larger quantities of potatoes started buying more of meat (superior goods). thus the demand for potatoes declined in spite of fall of in its price.

Veblen’s effect:  Thorstein verlen a noted American economist contends that there are certain commodities which are purchased by rich people not for their direct satisfaction but for their snob –appeal ‘ or ‘ostentation’ veblen’s  effect state that demand for status symbol goods would go up with a rise in price and vice versa.




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