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OUTLINE OF SYLLABI, COURSES & TESTS OF READING FOR “BMS (GURDWARA MANAGEMENT)” 3 YEAR PROGRAMME Batch: 2019 (Under Credit based Continuous Evaluation Grading System) FOR ACADEMIC SESSIONS: 2019-2022 SRI GURU GRANTH SAHIB WORLD UNIVERSITY FATEHGARH SAHIB (All copyrights reserved with the University)
1. Structure and Duration of the Course: Bachelor of Management Studies
(Gurdwara Management) is a 3 Year Degree Programme consisting of six semesters.
Apart from the curriculum, the students will have to undergo four weeks Industrial
Training after their examination every semester.
2. Course Eligibility: The admission to the course shall be open to any person who
has obtained aggregate 45% marks in 10+2 with the maximum age limit of 25
3. No. of Seats: Presently the course is offered to 25 students.
4. Internal Assessment Policy :Internal assessment/exam = 50 marks Components of internal assessment:
a) Weightage of First Mid Semester Test = 10 marks b) Weightage of Second Mid Semester Test = 10 marks c) Weightage of Seminars/ Assignments/Quiz/ Gursewa = 15 marks
d) Weightage of Class Performance/ Attendance = 5 marks (*The above policy is applicable to all subjects except Practical and Internal Papers for which the
assessment policy has been explained along with the Course contents)
5. External Assessment Policy :
i. Examination of Odd Semesters is conducted in the month of November/ December and
for Even Semesters is conducted in the month of May/ June every year.
ii. The external paper will carry a total of 60 marks and the duration of examination for a
theory paper is 3 Hours for End Semester examination and 1½ Hour for Mid Semester
iii. The pattern of External Examination will be as under:
a) The paper will be divided in three sections: A, B & C evenly distributed over entire
b) Section-A will be compulsory including ten short answer type questions of two
marks each, consisting of five questions from each part.
c) Section B will consist of four questions of ten marks each from Part I of the syllabus
and a candidate is required to answer any two questions.
d) Section C will consist of four questions of ten marks each from Part II of the syllabus
and a candidate is required to answer any two questions.
6. i. The semester examination shall be open to a regular student who; a) has been on the rolls of the University Department during the semester b) has attended not less than 75% of the lectures, seminars, workshops, case
discussions etc. c) bears a good moral character d) other conditions as specified by the University
ii. A candidate who qualifies all the papers of six semesters shall be awarded the degree of BMS (Gurdwara Management).
Semester: I
BMS 101 Sikh Scripture and Literature-I
5 0 0 5 4 40 60
BMS 102
5 0 0 5 4 40 60 BMS 102
B Elementary Punjabi
BMS 104 Gurdwara and Basics of Gurdwara Management
5 0 0 5 4 40 60
BMS 105 Basics of Computer Science and IT
4 0 2 6 4 40 60
BMS 106 Workshop on Soft/ Generic Skills 3 0 0 3 3 100 --
BMS 107 Workshop on Case Studies & Creative Writing 3 0 0 3 3 50 --
Total Marks/Hours 30 0 2 36 25 350 300
Student will have to undertake two weeks training after semester examination
Semester: II
BMS 201 Sikh Scripture and Literature-II
5 0 0 5 4 40 60
BMS 202 Communication Skills –II (English)
5 0 0 5 4 40 60
BMS 203 Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji : Management Perspective
5 0 0 5 4 40 60
BMS 204 History of Gurus and Gurdwaras (1469-1708)
5 0 0 5 4 40 60
BMS 205 Basics of Statistics and Economics
5 0 0 5 4 40 60
BMS 206 Public Relations and Social Responsibilities
5 0 0 5 4 40 60
BMS 207 Seminar on Case Studies & Summer Training
0 4 0 4 2 50 --
Total Marks/Hours 30 4 0 34 28 290 360
Student will have to undertake four weeks training after semester examination
Paper: Sikh Scripture and Literature-I
Code: BMS 101
Code: BMS 103
Contribution by Henry Fayol and F.W.Taylor; Planning: Meaning, Nature, Process, Types
of Plans, Management By Objectives, Organizing: Meaning, Characteristics, Types of
Organization; Delegation, Centralization & Decentralization, Authority and
Responsibility relationship.
Unit II
work, Time Management: Managing yourself, work and relations, Total Quality
Reference Books:
1. Koontz, H and Wechrich, H., Management, New York, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
2. Prasad, L.M., Principles and Practices of Management, Sultan Chand & Sons., New Delhi.
3. Robbins, S P & Mary Coulter, Management, Pearson, New Delhi. 4. Chandan, J.S., Management Concepts and Strategies, Vikas publishers, New Delhi. 5. Gupta C.B., Human Resource Management- Text & Cases, Sultan Chand & Sons,
New Delhi.
Code: BMS 104
Code: BMS 105
Introduction – Characteristics & Evolution of computers, Block Diagram, Generation of Computers, Concept of Bit & Byte, Binary number system, octal and hexadecimal, conversion. Basic Computer Organization – Input-Output Unit, Storage Unit, Control Unit, Arithmetic and Logical Unit, Central Processing Unit, Processor - Instruction Set, Types, Memory – Types, Types of Memory Chips, Cache Memory, Storage, I/O Devices Computer Software- Software, Hardware, Types of Software, Computer Programs- Algorithms, Flowcharts, Computer Languages: Machine Language, Assembly Language, High Level Language. Compiler, Linker, Loader, Assembler, Characteristics of good programming language.
Unit II
Operating System - Introduction to Operating System, Main Functions of Operating System, Basics of Windows Operating System, MSOffice: Introduction, Components of Office, MS Word, MS-Excel, Graph and Chart, Power Point, Mathematical calculation, Using financial accounting and statistical formulae, Fundamentals of Networking: Types and Topologies, Applications of Internet, Social media: Multimedia-concept, components & application, Application of IT in industry and E-Business. Syllabus for Practical: MS-Word, MS-EXCEL, MS-POWERPOINT, NETWORKING
Reference Books: 1. Pradeep K. Sinha, Priti Sinha, Computer Fundamentals, BPB Publications, New
Delhi 2. E. Balagurusamy, Fundamentals of Computer, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi 3. Basendra S.K., Computers Today, Galgotia Pub., New Delhi 4. Leon, Fundamentals of Information Technology, Vikas Publishing, New Delhi 5. Kakkar DN, Goyal R, Computer Applications in Management, New Age, New Delhi 6. V. Rajaraman, Fundamentals of Computer, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi
Paper: Workshop on Soft/ Generic Skills
Code: BMS 106
i. Use of Tenses ii. Change of Voice
iii. Change of Narration iv. Use of Conjunctions v. Use of Prepositions
vi. One word Substitution vii. Words often Confused and Misspelt
viii. Common Errors in the usage of English Language COMPOSITION:
i. Paragraph writing ii. Writing a review of a TV Serial
iii. Translation of News item/ Article in newspaper / excerpt from Short Story into Punjabi or Hindi.
iv. Expansion of a given concept into a paragraph v. Picture Caption Writing
Unit II
Interviewing Skills & Group Discussions - Preparation for interviews, Conducting Research, Commonly asked questions, Speaking up during interviews and GDs, Citing examples and evidence, Being assertive Body Language - The Handshake, Developing an attractive facial expression,
Maintaining eye contact, Hand movement and gestures, Do’s and Don’ts in
interviews, Mock Interviews & GDs.
Reference Books:
1. Bhatnagar Nitin, Effective Communication and Soft Skills, ICFAI University 2. Mitra Barun, Personality Development and Soft Skills , Oxford University Press 3. Singh, Achhru, University English Grammar and Vocabulary Study, Chandigarh: Unistar
Publishers. 4. Frank, O’Holo, Writer’s work: A Guide to Effective Composition, Prentice Hall, New Delhi,
1976. 5. Sanyal, Mukti & Prasad, Tulika, Fluency in English, Macmillan 6. Sharma, S.C., Sharma, Pankaj, A textbook of grammar and composition, Mcmillan
Paper: Sikh Scripture and Literature-II
Code: BMS 201
Communication: Meaning, Process, Functions, Objectives & Importance, Essentials of Good Communication, Types, Barriers and its Solutions. Communications Skills in Corporate Sector, Drafting Business Letters, Cover Letter, Application, Memos, Brochure, Pamphlets, Notices, Advertisements, E-Mails; Writing News Report and Event Report, Curriculum Vitae, Preparation for Interviews, and Don’ts for the Interview, Basics of English Pronunciation: Importance of Stress and Proper Intonation. Spoken: Introducing Oneself, Extempore, Fundamentals of Public Speaking, Debates/ Speeches and Role Play,
Unit II
Reading Skills: Interpretation/ Critical Analysis of an unseen passage from a Newspaper article/ editorial Listening Skills: Summary writing of an audio-video clip. Concept of Personality Development, Dimensions, Significance of Term; the Concept of Failure and Success, Attitude, Self Esteem, Goal Setting: Smart Goals, Utilizing Constructive Criticism, Stress Management; Time Management; Confidence Building Leadership Skills; Work Ethics. Wardrobe for an Executive, Grooming, Professional Accessories, Your Voice and Vocabulary in Business, Stationery Protocol and Letters, Social Engagements, Social Functions, Event Preparation, Toasting, Gift Giving, VIP and Executive Hosting; Corporate Travel. Practical: Language Lab
Reference Books:
1. Murphy, H.A. and Hilderlrand, W. and Thomas, P.J., Effective business communication Tata McGraw Hill Companies.
2. Patnaik, Priyadarshi, Group Discussion and Interview Skills, Cambridge university press India pvt. Ltd.
3. Pushp Lata and Kumar Sanjay. Communication Skills. Oxford University, press. 2011 4. Bhattacharya, Indrajit. An Approach to Communication Skills. Dhanpat Rai & Co. pvt. Ltd.,
New Delhi. 2012 5. D’Souza, Rozy. : A Workshop for University Students, Sterling publishers, New Delhi, 1973. 6. Raymond, L. and Flately, M., Basic communication: skills for empowering the internet
generation, Tata McGraw Hill 7. Sen, Leena: Communication Skills. PHI Learning Private Limited, New Delhi. 2nd Ed. 8. Robbins, Stephen P., Stuart-Kotze, Robin, Coulter, Mary: Management. PHI Learning Private
Limited, New Delhi.
Code: BMS 203
Code: BMS 204
Code: BMS 205
Unit I
Microeconomics: Meaning; Nature and Scope; Basic concepts of Economics; Theory of firm: Profit Maximization and Sales Maximization; Law of Demand and Demand Function; Marginal Utility Analysis; Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility and Law of Equi- Marginal Utility, Indifference Curve Approach. Theory of Production; Production Function, Return to a Factor and Returns to Scale; Cost Concepts. Traditional theory of Cost in Short and Long Run.
Unit II
Business Statistics: Definition, Function, Scope, Importance and Limitations; Measures of Central Tendency: Definition, Types of Averages: Arithmetic mean, Geometric mean, Harmonic mean, Median, Mode, Relation between mean, median and mode; Measures of Dispersion; Absolute and Relative measures of dispersion, Range, Quartile deviation, Standard Deviation.
Reference Books: 1. Dwivedi, D. N., Managerial Economics, Vikas Publication, 7th Edition 2. Koustosiannis, A, Modern Micro Economics, Mc Millan, 2nd Edition 3. Jain, T.R., Micro Economics, VK Publishers, 4th Edition 4. Gupta, S.P., Statistics, Sultan Chand and Sons, 4th Edition 5. Beri, Business Statistics, Tata McGraw Hill, 5th Edition
6. Chandan J.S. , Statistics for Business & Economics, Vikas, 5th Edition
Paper: Public Relations and Social Responsibilities
Code: BMS 206
Public Relations (PR): Definitions, objectives and functions of public relations. Examples of
effective public relations, Types of PR, Elements, models and tools of PR. PR programme:
Objectives, Strategy for PR and Process (Research, Planning & programming, Communication
and evaluation). Assembling visitors, etiquettes, effective use of language, instructing, co-
watches, values, attitude, confidence development. Creating organizational image building
exercise, Compare and identify suitable media, creating communication programme.
Maintaining media relations: writing press release and handling press questions, coping with
bad publicity (Five Fs). Tasks & Traits of successful PRO. Important terms used in media and
Transparency, Ethical behaviour, Social responsibility: Need, Objectives, Challenges and
strategies for the implementation, Responsibility towards environment, Community
involvement and development, ISO 2010, ISO 26000, Social responsibility reporting, History of
Gurdawaras in socially responsible projects, Case studies on social responsibility projects of
Reference Books: 1. Schwartz, Mark S., Corporate Social Responsibility, Broadview Press. 2. Baxi, CV & Ajit Prasad, Corporate Social Responsibility, Excel Books, New Delhi.
3. Cutlip, Scott, Center, Allen & Brooms, Glen, Effective Public Relations, Prentice Hall,
New Delhi.