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                                            Project topics on HR

 

  1. Stress Management of employees
  2. Recruiting and selection process
  3. Absenteeism
  4. Employee Safety & Measures
  5. Labour Welfare Measures
  6. Employee Welfare
  7. Compensation Management
  8. Employee-Engagement
  9. Key Performance Areas
  10. Knowledge Management
  11. Organisational Behaviour
  12. Organizational Climate
  13. Organisational Development
  14. Organizational Culture
  15. Performance Appraisal
  16. Payroll Management
  17. Quality of Work Life

 

Universities

 

  • JNTU ( Hyderabad (JNTUH),
  • kakinada (JNTUK)
  • Ananthapur (JNTUA)
  • AMITY UNIVERSITY
  • Kakatiya University (KU)
  • Sri Krishnadevaraya University (SKU)
  • Sri Venkateswara University (SVU)
  • Andhra University (AU)
  • ICFAI
  • ISBM
  • SYMBOSIS
  • NIBM
  • PGDHHM
  • Guru Nanak Dev University(GNDU)
  • LOVELY UNIVERSITY(LPU)
  • CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY(CU)
  • Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)
  • Tamil Nadu Open University (TNOU)
  • Sikkim Manipal University (SMU)
  • Gandhi Institute of Technology and Management (GITAM)

 

 

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MBA PROJECTS READY MADE – Project Topics on Marketing

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Topics on Marketing

 

  1. A Study On Analysis Of The Customer Satisfaction Level Towards
  2. A Study On Dealers’ Attitude And Consumers’ Preference
  3. Marketing Techniques
  4. Advertisement Management
  5. A Study On The Consumer Perception Of Selected Cars In Particular Region
  6. Brand Awareness
  7. Alternative Channels Of Distribution
  8. Dealer Perception Towards Cement Industry

 

Universities

 

  • JNTU ( Hyderabad (JNTUH),
  • kakinada (JNTUK)
  • Ananthapur (JNTUA)
  • AMITY UNIVERSITY
  • Kakatiya University (KU)
  • Sri Krishnadevaraya University (SKU)
  • Sri Venkateswara University (SVU)
  • Andhra University (AU)
  • ICFAI
  • ISBM
  • SYMBOSIS
  • NIBM
  • PGDHHM
  • Guru Nanak Dev University(GNDU)
  • LOVELY UNIVERSITY(LPU)
  • CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY(CU)
  • Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)
  • Tamil Nadu Open University (TNOU)
  • Sikkim Manipal University (SMU)
  • Gandhi Institute of Technology and Management (GITAM)

 

 

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MBA PROJECTS READY MADE – Project Topics on Finance (Banking and Financial Sector)

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Topics on Finance

 (Banking and Financial Sector)

 

  1. SEBI and Investor Protection – A study.
  2. A study of Investor Behaviour at Religare Securities
  3. A Study on Investor’s Perception towards Online Trading
  4. Comparative study of India ShriramInsigh with Other Broking Firms
  5. An Analysis of Market Potential for Mutual Funds among retail Investors
  6. Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
  7. Demat Account
  8. Study of Market Potential for Opening of De-Mat Account and Trading Account
  9. Initial Public Offer & Analysis.
  10. Capital Market Reforms
  11. Analysis of Various Investment Products of PMS and Mutual Funds
  12. Working of Stock Exchanges in India – A comparative study of  NSE and BSE
  13. Risk Management in Derivatives
  14. Option Strategies
  15. Derivatives Technical Analysis of Individual Stock Futures
  16. A Case Study on the Investment Pattern in Debt Scheme of Mutual Fund Investments
  17. Equity Analysis on Banking Sector Stocks
  18. Stock Exchanges
  19. Analytical Study of Online Trading Services
  20. Derivatives Market Analysis
  21. Portfolio Management
  22. Performance of Mutual Funds
  23. A study of investment patterns and customer perception towards mutual funds
  24. A Case Study on the investment pattern in debt scheme of mutual fund investments
  25. A report on comparison on selected investment opportunities
  26. A project report on working of Electronic stock exchanges in India.
  27. An analysis Equity analysis of selected stocks by using of MACD,
  28. A Report on arbitrage opportunities in NSE and BSE.
  29. An analysis Risk and returns of selected mutual funds.
  30. A project report on systematic investment plan in selected mutual funds.
  31. A project report on investment in mutual funds investment strategies.
  32. A Report on forecasting of security price using Relative strength Index.
  33. A project report on comparison of SIP, STP and SWP in Mutual funds.
  34. An analysis on hedging strategies by using the index with single stocks.
  35. Project report on equity analysis on macro economic factors on selected security.
  36. A project report on find out hedging strategies by using beta value of security.
  37. Project report on impact micro economic factors in selected securities.
  38. A report on correlation of Indian markets with dollar price.
  39. A project report on NIFTY hedging opportunities.
  40. A project report on   Indian indices reruns.

 

 

 

Universities

 

  • JNTU ( Hyderabad (JNTUH),
  • kakinada (JNTUK)
  • Ananthapur (JNTUA)
  • AMITY UNIVERSITY
  • Kakatiya University (KU)
  • Sri Krishnadevaraya University (SKU)
  • Sri Venkateswara University (SVU)
  • Andhra University (AU)
  • ICFAI
  • Guru Nanak Dev University(GNDU)
  • LOVELY UNIVERSITY(LPU)
  • CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY(CU)
  • Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)
  • Tamil Nadu Open University (TNOU)
  • Sikkim Manipal University (SMU)
  • Gandhi Institute of Technology and Management (GITAM)

 

 

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MU0012 – Employee Relations Management

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PROGRAM-MBADS (SEM 3/SEM 5) MBAFLEX/ MBAN2 (SEM 3) PGDHRMN (SEM 1)

SUBJECT CODE & NAME-MU0012 – Employee Relations Management

BK ID-B1734

CREDIT & MARKS-4 Credits, 60 marks

Q1. Define Strategy. Describe the different strategy levels in an organization

(Definition of Strategy, Explain the different strategy levels in an organization) 2, 8

Answer.

Strategy

Johnson and Scholes define strategy as “The direction and scope of an organisation over the long-term; which achieves advantages for the organisation through its configuration of resources within a changing environment, to meet the needs of

Q2 Write down the elements & dimensions of Organizational Culture?

Answer Elements of organisational culture

Now that we have defined organisational culture, let us look into the elements that define organisational culture. They are as follows:

 The paradigm: It defines the mission and values of the organisation. It outlines the functions of the organisation.

 Control systems: It defines the

Q3 Explain the reasons for grievances? List out the various points that was considered as precautions while Handling Grievances.

Answer There are a number of causes of employee grievances. Some of the reasons are as follows:

Economic: Issues related to wages like wage calculation, overtime, and bonus. Employees often feel that they earn less than what they deserve. Working environment: Issues related to the employee’s work environment like poor working conditions, defective equipment

Q4 Discuss the Collective Bargaining Process and its issues

(Explaining the Collective Bargaining process, Explaining the Collective Bargaining issues)

Answer.

Collective Bargaining process

Having understood what collective bargaining is, let us now discuss the general process involved in collective bargaining and negotiation towards resolving employee issues. The process includes negotiations between an employer and a group of employees to determine the conditions of the employment. The result of the collective bargaining process is called the Collective

Q5 What is a Trade Union and what are its activities? Explain the functions of Trade Unions.

(Meaning of Trade Union

Describing the activities of Trade Unions

Explaining the Functions of Trade Unions )

Answer.

Trade Union

A trade union or labour union is an administration of workforce grouped together to attain common goals such as enhanced operational circumstances.

Trade unions are created with the key goal of protecting the rights of the labour force. The Indian labour market consists of three sectors:

  • The rural workers, which comprise 60 percent of the labour force.
  • Organised

Q6  Write a brief note on the following:

  1. a) Decision Making and its types

b)Disciplinary procedure

Answer

Decision Making

Let us first understand what decision making is. Decision making is a mental process which results in the selection of an option from many alternatives. Decision making is both a logical and emotional process. We will now

examine the different types of decision-making tac

MU0013 –HR Audit

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SUBJECT CODE & NAME-MU0013 –HR Audit

BK ID-B1735

CREDIT & MARKS-4 Credits, 60 marks

Q1. Define Human Resource Planning (HRP).Discuss the objectives of Human Resource Planning.

(Meaning of Human Resource Planning., Explain the four main objectives of Human Resource Planning) 2, 8

Answer.

Meaning of Human Resource Planning

Human resource planning is the term used to describe how companies ensure that their staff comprises the “right person for doing the job”. It includes planning for staff retention, planning for candidate search, training and skills analysis and much more. It is the process of acquiring and utilising human resource in an organization. The main objective is to ensure that an

Q2. Suppose you have joined as an HR and you are asked to carry out the HR Audit process in your organization. What are the methods you will consider while implementing the HR Audit process?

(Explain the methods involved in the HR Audit process) 10

Answer.

Methods involved in the HR Audit process

Methods used in the HR Audit process are: Interviews

In order to ascertain what the top management thinks about the future plans and opportunities available for the company, the auditors conduct individual interviews with the members of the top management. The top management

can

Q.3.What are the areas of HR Audit? Explain any four of them (Listing the areas of HR Audit., Explaining any four of them.) 1,9

ANS:

Areas of HR Audit

Various areas in which HR audit is performed are as follows:

  • Audit of HR planning
  • Audit of HR development
  • Audit of training
  • Audit of industrial relations
  • Audit of managerial compliance
  • Audit of HR climate
  • Audit of corporate strategies.

Audit of HR Planning: HR planning refers to the ongoing process of systematic planning to achieveoptimum use of an

Q.4.What do you mean by HR Scorecard? Explain the steps undertaken to approach a Human Resource Scorecard. (Definition of HR Scorecard, Explaining the steps in HR Scorecard Approach) 2,8

ANS:

HR Scorecard

The various steps involved in conducting human resource (HR) audit including how to plan questions, collecting and analysing data and assessing the ability for change. HR scorecard which is an important tool for conducting a successful HR audit. It is used for measuring the contribution of human resource management practices for achieving organisational

Q.5. Write a brief note on the effectiveness of Human Resource Development Audit as an intervention. (Explaining the Effectiveness of Human Resource Development Audit as an intervention) 10

ANS:

Effectiveness of Human Resource Development Audit as an Intervention

In any firm, along with the optimal utilisation of other resources, human resources should also be exploited to its maximum potential. Businesses which utilise their human resources in an effective way have better chances of success in the future. Sustainability and progress of business will dependon new competencies, methods, strategies and value creating processes. Every organisation has accepted that human resource is the most valuable asset of an organisation though its value is not mentioned in the balance sheet. Lack of information regarding human capital was seen as a serioushandicap for

Q6. What do you mean by Employee Orientation Programmes? List out some points of Good employee orientation programmes.

Definition of Employee Orientation Programmes

List of Good employee orientation programmes

ANSWER:

Definition of Employee Orientation Programmes: Employee orientation programmes are given to new employees at a place of business or work. It helps employees to speed up and learn the “ground rules” of the company. This often reduces start-up time, training, and other indirect costs associated with having new employees who are unfamiliar with the

BT9302, Human Computer Interface

[fall 2016 ]

ASSIGNMENT

PROGRAM                                                   BSc IT

SEMESTER                                                  SIXTH

SUBJECT CODE & NAME                       BT9302, Human Computer Interface

CREDIT                                                        4

BK ID                                                             B1364

MAX. MARKS                                             60

Answer all the questions

Ques 1 List all the principles of designing graphical user interface. Explain any eight of them.

Ans Principles of Graphical User Interface

Graphical user interfaces (GUIs) have become the user interface of choice. Yet despite the GUI’s popularity, surprisingly few programs exhibit good interface design. Moreover, finding information explaining what constitutes a good and intuitive interface is exceedingly difficult. This section,

Ques 2 Explain the phases in determining basic business functions.

Ans In order to determine basic business functions one as know basic models.Understanding these modelsis necessary for designing the interface

Ques 3 Explain the uses of toolbars and message boxes in designing windows.

Ans Windows Components

Windows are enclosed, rectangular areas of the display screen that can contain text, graphics and widgets. They are the basic element in which Graphical user interface (GUI) applications are displayed

Ques 4 Explain Goal-Operation-Methods-Selections (GOMS) user interface design approach. List advantages and disadvantages of it.

Ans GOMS is a family of user interface modeling techniques. Goals, Operators, Methods and Selection rules are Input for this approach. This approach is used various qualitative and quantitative measures,

Ques 5 Write short notes on layout of controls.

Answer:

Poorly laid out dialog boxes cause confusion and distract users from completing their tasks. Organisation is thus critical to maximizing usability.

There are four general categories of control: Imperative, Selection, Entry, and Display.

1) Imperative controls:

  1. Explain HCI Applications for Aiding Children with Mental Disorders.

Answer:

HCI Applications for Aiding Children with Mental Disorders:

HCI is used in aiding children with mental disorders. We look at autism and bipolar disorder in particular. We believe HCI is promising here because it provides the possibility of capturing,

BCA 5041 – COMPILER DESIGN

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BCA 5041 – COMPILER DESIGN

1 Explain various tasks performed by a compiler.

Answer: Compilers are an essential part of a computer programmer’s toolkit. A compiler turns a plain text file containing code into a program that can be run.

A common misconception is that computers understand code. This is not true. Computers only

2 What is finite automata? What is deterministic and nondeterministic finite automata?

Answer: A finite automaton (FA) is a simple idealized machine used to recognize patterns within input taken from some character set (or alphabet) C. The job of an FA is to accept or reject an input depending on whether the pattern defined by the FA occurs in the input. A finite automaton consists of: a finite

3 What do you mean by context free grammar? Explain with an example.

Answer: A context-free grammar basically consists of a finite set of grammar rules. In order to define grammar rules, we assume that we have two kinds of symbols: the terminals, which are thesymbols of the alphabet underlying the languages under consideration, and the nonterminals, which behave like variables ranging over strings of terminals. A rule is of the form A → α, where A is a single nonterminal, and the

4 Explain Storage Allocation Strategies based on the division of run time storage with their limitations.

Answer: Different ways to allocate objects

Static allocation – allocates storage at compile time

Stack allocation – manages run time storage as stack

Heap

5 Explain how Direct Acyclic Graph (DAG) is represented for Basic Blocks with example.

Answer: Acyclic graph is defined as a graph with no path and starts and ends at the same vertex. An acyclic undirected graphic is like a tree. Directed Acyclic graph (DAG) is a directed graph with no path that startsand

6Explain the following optimization techniques

  1. a) Loop invariant code motion
  2. b) Partial redundancy elimination

Answer: a) Loop invariant code motion

Loop-Invariant code motion is one interesting form of partial redundancyelimination (PRE) whose purpose it is to find code in a loop body that producesthe same value in every iteration of the loop. An expression is loopinvariant if its value does not change while running the loop. This code canbe moved out of the loop so that it is not computed over and over again,which would be a waste of