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PostGraduateDiplomainHumanResourceandManagement

Rationale
The role of Human Resource has changed greatly since medieval times when the major motivational factions were basic human necessities and the role of Human Resource was to arrange for these in proportion to the work done. Today's company should consist of fast, flexible and dynamic teams of enthusiastic, motivated, creative and fully self expressed people. HRM course in India are among the most coveted post graduate study programme . HR is perhaps the most rewarding of all resources utilized byproduction processes. Investment in human capital are never wasted, and companies always seek newer avenues to enrich this form of capital. Human capital is a focused and exhaustive field of post graduate study involving study in labour laws, motivational techniques, organizational behaviour, networking and intellectual and attitudinal development of employed Human Resource. The development of Human Resources starts from childhood in forms of formal education in various stages, viz. kindergarten, primary school, middle school, high school and college. HRM Study as a subject is taught in the post graduation level. It focuses on development of Human Capital as a factor of production. This development of Human Capital is a very sensitive issues and takes careful planning process.

Objective
The aim of the course is to impart a through knowledge of Human Resource functions, the ability to lead any change process, innovation, problemsolving, the leadership ability to influence the organization,etc. DirectoroftheCourse:Head,DepartmentofSocialWork,UniversityofLucknow CoordinatoroftheCourse:Dr.AnoopKumarBhartiya Duration:OneYearPostGraduateDiplomaProgramme Nature:SelfFinancing NumberofSeats:30 Eligibility:AnygraduateinanystreamofanyrecognizedUniversityinIndiaandabroad. AdmissionPolicy:AsperUniversitynorms. ReservationPolicy:AsperUniversitynormsandGovernmentofUttarPradesh. Course Content : The Curriculum will be divided into two parts : (a) Theory Papers and (b) Practical Application. Thereshallbefourtheorypapersof100markseachandpracticalapplicationexaminationof100marks will consist four subcategories i.e. (a) Seminars/Presentations, (b) Project Work, (c) Field Visit and (d) VivaVoce.

TheoryPapers PaperI:ManagementofHumanResource 100Marks 100Marks 100Marks 100Marks

PaperII:ManagementofLabourandIndustrialRelations PaperIII:OrganizationalBehaviour PaperIV:FinancialManagement

PaperV:PracticalApplication:Thispaperisdividedintofoursubsections100Marks Seminars/Presentation 20Marks ProjectWork 20Marks FieldVisit 20Marks VivaVoce 40Marks Attendance : Seventy five percent attendance shall be compulsory in Theory Lectures and hundred percentinPracticalApplicationshallbecompulsory. Fee:AsperUniversitynorms. Examination : The examination will beconductedas perschemecentrallypreparedby theController of Examination. However, every student admitted to this course willbe required to fill up the Examination Formatthetimeofadmission.Thepassmarksanddivisionwillbeasperuniversitynorm. (1) (2) (3) (4)

PaperI ManagementofHumanResource
UnitI UnitII HumanResourceManagement(HRM):Nature,Significance,ObjectivesandFunctions. HumanResourceManager:RoleandDuties Human Resource Development (HRD) : Concept, Process, Methods and Techniques of Demand andSupply. InterrelationbetweenHRDandHRM. Management:Definition,PrinciplesandFunction. ProcessandTechniquesofManagement Organization:Meaning,Components,Principles,ProcessofOrganizingandImportance ManagementbyObjective(MBO) ParticipativeManagement:Concept,ObjectiveandScope

UnitIII HumanResourcePlanning:Concept,QuantitativeandQualitativeDimensions ForecastingandRequirements SelectionandProcess:TestandInterviews,InductionandTraining PromotionandTransfer

UnitIV JobAnalysis,JobDescriptionandJobSpecification. JobEvaluation PerformanceAppraisal Discipline WagesandSalaryAdministration

PaperII ManagementofLabourandIndustrialRelations
UnitI UnitII IndustrialRelations:Concept,ScopeandApproaches IndustrialDisputes:CausesandEffects CollectiveBargaining:Concept,Objective,PrinciplesandProcess. IndustrialDisputesAct,1947 IndustrialEmployment(StandingOrders)Act,1946 LabourWelfare:Concept,Scope,PrinciplesandApproaches. LabourWelfare:PolicyandProgrammes LabourLawsandLabourLegislations:Meaning,ObjectiveandRelations FactoryAct,1948,PlantationLabourAct,1951,MinesAct,1952 ContractLabour(RegulationandAbolition)Act,1970

UnitIII TradeUnion:Meaning,Objectives,Functions TradeUnionMovementinIndiaandLeadership TradeUnionRivalry:InterandIntra IndiaandILO TradeUnionAct,1926

UnitIV SocialSecurity:Concept,TypesandSignificance SocialSecurityinIndia:PolicyandProgrammes PaymentofWagesAct,1936 MinimumWagesAct,1948

PaperIII OrganizationalBehaviour
UnitI Organizational Behaviour : Evolution, Concept, Characteristics, Key Elements, Goal, Role and Importance,Limitation UnitII Organizational Communication : Meaning, Process and Components, Barriers, Principles and SkillsofEffectiveCommunication. SpecificModelsofCommunication Oral,WrittenandNonverbalCommunication,InternalandExternalCommunication FormalandInformalCommunication,DownwardandupwardCommunication HorizontalandDiagonalCommunicationandImportanceofCommunication OrganizationalStructure:Meaning,DesignandForms Motivation:Concept,Need,Process,ManagerialApproachtoMotivationandTheories Leadership:Concept,Characteristics,Functions,Approaches,Qualities,StyleandPatterns

UnitIII Coordination:Meaning,Types,Principles,Limitation,Methods,NeedandImportance DecisionMakingandProblemSolvingExercises DirectionandControlling MoraleandAttitudes TransactionalAnalysis

UnitIV GroupDynamics:Meaning,Types,PurposeofGroupFormation,ComponentsandTheories TeamDevelopment:Meaning,TeamsandGroup,Types,Stages,IngredientsandManagementof Team OrganizationalDevelopment:Meaning,Objectives,ProcessandTechniques OrganizationalConflicts

PaperIV FinancialManagement
UnitI FinancialManagement:NatureandScope UnitII Budget:ConceptandTypes Capital Budgeting Decisions : Risk Analysis in Capital Budgeting and Long Term Sources of Finance CapitalStructure:TheoriesandFactors ValuationConcepts:RiskandReturn ValuationofSecurities PricingTheories:CapitalAssetPricingModelandArbitragePricingTheory

UnitIII Costs:ConceptandTypes CostAccounting CostEffectivenessandCostBenefitAnalysis

UnitIV Working Capital Management : Determinants and Financing, Cash Management, Inventory Management,ReceivableManagement InternationalFinancialManagement FinancialControl

PaperV PracticalApplication
Thispaperisdividedintofoursubsections 1) Seminars/Presentation 2) ProjectWork 3) FieldVisit 4) VivaVoce 20Marks 15Marks 15Marks 50Marks

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