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BANGLADESH UNIVERSITY OF PROFESSIONALS (BUP)

SEMESTER OUTLINE (BBA 2015, SEC-A&B)


PREFACE
1.
General. This tentative Semester Outline is the overall pen picture of the academic curriculum blended with series of learning events from social
activities and numerous enjoyable events for an effective learning to be fit in the competitive world. Its core theme is to provide a panoramic view of the
course curriculum for the initial mental set up of the students and to give guidelines for teachers for innovative and research oriented learning. This
comprehensive Semester Outline includes a column each for the Day/Date, Class Timing, Name of the Section Location (Classroom Number), Course Code,
Topic/Event, Teacher/Faculty Member and Remarks/Discussion Points. The Semester Outline is also a basic guideline indicating the modes of conduct of
the course curriculum. It accommodates all relevant information required for the whole semester including all central events (e.g. sports, games or cultural
competitions, National Day(s) celebrations, seminars, cultural programs, etc.). In a nutshell, this Semester Outline is the ready reckoner to all your questions
regarding the program.
2.

Semester Starting and Finishing Dates. The semester starts on 19 June 2016 and finishes on 31 December 2016.

3.
Timing and Conduct of Classes. The academic week starts on Sunday and finishes on Thursday, making it a five-day working week. Each
Section shall have about two classes per day. So, there will be total ten classes per week for each Section. Each class shall be of 90 minutes duration, of
which 60 minutes shall be dedicated for lecture, and the rest 30 minutes shall be spent for discussions by the students. The mode and conduct of
discussions shall be designed by the class-teacher as per the Remarks/Discussion column given in the following pages. Apart from the planned classes,
makeup classes and industrial visits will be conducted on Saturdays as per plan of the Department.
4.

Names of Courses with Codes. The names of courses with course code have been stated below:
Serial
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Name of Course
Organizational Behavior
3rd language
Legal Environment of Business
Financial Management
Marketing Management

Code
BUS 2406
GED 2102
BUS 2407
FIN 2402
MKT 2402

5.

Assessment System. The assessment system is as under:


Events
Semester Final Exam
Midterm Exam
Class Tests (Total Six)
Term Paper (Individual) Including Presentation
Assignments and Case Studies (Individual/Group) Including Presentation
Regular Class Participation and Presentation
Class Attendance
Attitude/Conduct/Manners
Total

Weightage
35%
15%
12%
10%
10%
05%
10%
03%
100%

6.
Conclusion. This Semester Outline, with its all information and instructions, welcomes the students to be a proud member of BUP. It sets the tone
and describes the general academic environment of the University for the 2nd Semester of the year 2016. In fact, it is a complete guideline for the students
for the Semester, so that there is no room for any confusion on anyones part. It also gives a clear picture of what BUP wants to impart to the students as
well as what is expected out of the students. Disciplinary aspects are also mentioned enabling the students to have a prior understanding of the culture and
discipline of BUP. It is expected that students shall take all instructions and information by heart and follow the same with utmost sincerity. It is worth
mentioning that curriculum of BUP is not only a bundle of strict routines and their observances, but also a place where students shall learn to be a good and
knowledgeable citizen with excellent presentation skill. The Semester is full of fun and frolics apart from the pure academic curriculum, which the students
shall come across as the Semester unfolds with passage of time. We hope, gradually, all students shall successfully complete the Semester with
praiseworthy results. Welcome to BUP once again.

SEMESTER OUTLINE-2016
BBA (Gen)-2015, Section- A & B
st
nd
1 Year 2 Semester
Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

404

BUS 2407

Introduction to Law

604

FIN 2402

Finance and financial management, scope, Finance Function

Dr. Sumon Das

Audi
South

FIN 2402

Finance and financial management, scope, Finance Function

Dr. Sumon Das

603

BUS 2407

Introduction to Law

Topic

Faculty
Dr. Nazrul
Islam

09001000

Sun
19
Jun

10151115

North
Porch

CR 303

12451345

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

French & Francophone


a) Ice breaker
b) Getting to know one another
c) Introduction to course outline
d) Introduction to French language
French & Francophone
a) Ice breaker
b) Getting to know one another
c) Introduction to course outline
d) Introduction to French language

Rmks/Points of Discussion
1. Define law
2. Characteristics of law
3. Sources of English law
4. Branches of law
1. Concept of finance
2. Concept of Financial
Management
3. Area of Finance
4. Role of finance
1. Concept of finance
2. Concept of Financial
Management
3. Area of Finance
4. Role of finance
1. Define law
2. Characteristics of law
3. Sources of English law
4. Branches of law

1.
Asso. Prof.
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Asso. Prof.
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.

12001330
Mon
20
Jun

303

BUS 2406

Introduction to the Field of Organizational Behavior

Lec Farhana
Aziz

3.
4.
1.
2.

14001530

603

BUS 2406

Introduction to the Field ofOrganizational Behavior

Lec Farhana
Aziz

3.
4.

15451715

303

MKT 2402

Introduction / Overview of the course.

SajuShaha

1.
2.

Knowing
importance of France
Francophone
course objective
Greetings
Knowing
importance of France
Francophone
course objective
Greetings
Case Study
The Field of Organizational
Behavior,
Perspectives of
Organizational Effectiveness,
Types of Individual Behavior.
Case Study
The Field of Organizational
Behavior,
Perspectives of
Organizational Effectiveness,
Types of Individual Behavior.

Different orientations
Elements of Holistic

Date
Day

Time
12001330

Tue
21
Jun

14001530

15451715

08301000

Wed
22
Jun

10151145

Sec

Loc

Audi.
South

North
Porch

CR 303

Audi
South

Audi.
South

Course
Code
MKT 2402

BUS 2407

BUS 2407

Topic
Introduction / Overview of the course.
French Greetings
a) Alphabet; numbers 0-50; self-introduction;
b) French greetings and expressions.
c) French pronunciation tips.
d) Days of the Week.
French Greetings
a) Alphabet; numbers 0-50; self-introduction;
b) French greetings and expressions.
c) French pronunciation tips.
d) Days of the Week.

Faculty

Asso. Prof.
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Asso. Prof.
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Introduction to Law, Contd.,

3.

Concept

1.
2.
3.

alphabet
Numbers
pronunciations of some
combinations
Expressions

SajuShaha

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Introduction to Law, Contd.,

Rmks/Points of Discussion

4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
1.

12001330

604

BUS 2406

Introduction to the Field of Organizational Behavior

Lec Farhana
Aziz

2.
3.
1.

14001530

08301000
Thu
23
Jun

303

BUS 2406

Introduction to the Field of Organizational Behavior

Lec Farhana
Aziz

303

FIN 2402

Role of financial manager, Maximizing shareholders wealth versus


other goal, Agency problem.

Dr. Sumon Das

603

FIN 2402

Role of financial manager, Maximizing shareholders wealth versus


other goal, Agency problem.

Dr. Sumon Das

404

MKT 2402

Defining the marketing in the twenty first century: the new


economy,

10151145

SajuShaha

2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.

alphabet
Numbers
pronunciations of some
combinations
Expressions
Three rules of law
Sources of Bangladeshi
Commercial law
Definition and scope of
Business Law
Three rules of law
Sources of Bangladeshi
Commercial law
Definition and scope of
Business Law
Contemporary Challenges for
Organizations,
Anchors of Organizational
Behavior Knowledge,
Case Study
Contemporary Challenges for
Organizations,
Anchors of Organizational
Behavior Knowledge,
Case Study
Fund raising and allocation
Profit maximization
Wealth maximization
Agency theory
Fund raising and allocation
Profit maximization
Wealth maximization
Agency theory
Importance
Scope
Classification
Core Marketing Concepts

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

15451715

North
Porch

MKT 2402

Fri
24
Jun
Sat
25
Jun
Sun
26
Jun
Fri
01
Jul

Topic
Company orientations towards the marketplace
How business and marketing are changing

Faculty
Lec Saju Sha

Rmks/Points of Discussion
1.
2.
3.

Different orientations
Elements of Holistic
oncept

Ramadan Leave (26 Jun to 30 Jun)

Jumatul Bida

Sat
02
Jul
Sun
03
Jul

Eid Ul- Fitre Leave (03 Jul to 07 Jul)

Fri
08
Jul
Sat
09
Jul

10151145

404

BUS 2407

Introduction to Law of Contract

604

FIN 2402

Time preference for money, Required rate of return, Future value


and its mathematical problem

Dr. Sumon Das

Audi
South

FIN 2402

Time preference for money, Required rate of return, Future value


and its mathematical problem

Dr. Sumon Das

603

BUS 2407

Introduction to Law of Contract

08301000

Sun
10
Jul

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Dr. Nazrul

Assign Term Paper

1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.

Definition of contract
Kinds of contracts
Case study
Time value of money
Future value
Future value of annuity
Sinking Fund
Time value of money
Future value
Future value of annuity
Sinking Fund
Definition of contract

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

Faculty
Islam

North
Porch

14001530
B

12001330

Mon
11
Jul

Tue
12
Jul

CR 303

303

BUS 2406

Self Introduction
1. Listening and reading: Self introduction, introducing a third
person and greet people
2. Grammar: to be verb and interrogative sentences.
3. Numbers 50-100
4. Grammar: verb sappeler; masculine and feminine
Self Introduction
1. Listening and reading: Self introduction, introducing a third
person and greet people
2. Grammar: to be verb and interrogative sentences.
3. Numbers 50-100
4. Grammar: verb sappeler; masculine and feminine

Introduction to the Field of Organizational Behavior

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Lec Farhana
Aziz

Rmks/Points of Discussion
2.
3.

Kinds of contracts
Case study

1.
2.
3.
4.

practice self introduction


structure -ve sentences
simple conjugasion
practice again numbers
individually

1.
2.
3.
4.

practice self introduction


structure -ve sentences
simple conjugasion
practice again numbers
individually

1.

Organizational Behaviors
Foundations,
Why Study Organizational
Behavior?
Values,
Ethics, and Corporate Social
Responsibility
Organizational Behaviors
Foundations,
Why Study Organizational
Behavior?
Values,
Ethics, and Corporate Social
Responsibility
Importance
Scope
Classification
Core Marketing Concepts
Different orientations
Elements of Holistic
concept

2.
3.
4.
1.

14001530

603

15451715

303

12001330

Audi.
South

14001530

1545-

BUS 2406

Introduction to the Field of Organizational Behavior

Lec Farhana
Aziz

MKT 2402

Defining the marketing in the twenty first century: the new


economy,

SajuShaha

MKT 2402

Company orientations towards the marketplace


How business and marketing are changing

SajuShaha

North
Porch

CR 303

Speaking with each other


a) Numbers 50-100
b) Grammar: verb sappeler; masculine and feminine
c) Listening: masculine and feminine; affirmative and
interrogative sentences
d) Speaking: Getting to know one another asking questions and
answering questions in French
e) Grammar: Conjugation of regular Verbs.

Speaking with each other

3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.

1.
2.
3.
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Associate

2.

4.

verifying pronounciation
gender aspects
easy formula of regualr
conjugasion
practice randomly

1.

verifying pronounciation

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

1715

Topic
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)

08301000

Wed
13
Jul

Audi
South

10151145

Audi.
South

12001330

604

Numbers 50-100
Grammar: verb sappeler; masculine and feminine
Listening: masculine and feminine; affirmative and
interrogative sentences
Speaking: Getting to know one another asking questions and
answering questions in French
Grammar: Conjugation of regular Verbs.

Faculty
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

2.
3.
4.

Introduction to Law of Contract, Contd.,

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

BUS 2407

Offer

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

BUS 2406

Individual Behavior, Personality, and Values

Dr. Nadia
NewazRimi

BUS 2407

Rmks/Points of Discussion

1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
1.

14001530

303

BUS 2406

Individual Behavior, Personality, and Values

Dr. Nadia
NewazRimi

2.
3.

08301000

Thu
14
Jul

303

FIN 2402

Present value, annuity, annuity due, Perpetuity

Dr. Sumon Das

603

FIN 2402

Present value, annuity, annuity due, Perpetuity

Dr. Sumon Das

404

MKT 2402

Company responses and adjustments


Marketer responses and adjustments

SajuShaha

North
Porch

MKT 2402

Defining customer value and satisfaction, tools for tracking and


measuring customer satisfaction

SajuShaha

10151145

15451715

1.
2.
3.
4.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.

gender aspects
easy formula of regualr
conjugasion
practice randomly

Essentials of a valid contract


Offer and acceptance
Agreement and contract
Case study
Definition of offer or proposal
Requirements of an offer
Types of offer
Rules regarding offer
MARS Model of Individual
Behavior and Performance,
Personality in Organizations
Self-Concept:
The I in Organizational
Behavior.
MARS Model of Individual
Behavior and Performance,
Personality in Organizations
Self-Concept:
The I in Organizational
Behavior.
Present value
Present value of annuity
Value of an annuity due
PV of Perpetuity
1. Present value
Present value of annuity
Value of an annuity due
PV of Perpetuity
Reengineering
Outsourcing
Alliance
Customer lifetime value
Customer value
Satisfaction
Tools of measurement

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

404

BUS 2407

Offer

Dr. NazrulIslam

604

FIN 2402

Mathematical problem of value and return

Dr. Sumon Das

Audi
South

FIN 2402

Mathematical problem of value and return

Dr. Sumon Das

603

BUS 2407

Acceptance

Topic

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion

Fri
15
Jul
Sat
16
Jul

08301000

10151145
Sun
17
Jul

North
Porch

14001530
B

CR 303

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Different persons
1. Listening and reading: to identify a person
2. Grammar: definite article; gender of nouns and adjectives
3. Listening and reading: to identify a person
Class test-1

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Different persons
1. Listening and reading: to identify a person
2. Grammar: definite article; gender of nouns and adjectives
3. Listening and reading: to identify a person
Class test-1

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

1. Definition of offer or proposal


2. Requirements of an offer
3. Types of offer
4. Rules regarding offer
1. Calculation of PV and FV
2. Find out the time period
3. Determine rate of return
4. Loan amortization schedule
1. Calculation of PV and FV
2. Find out the time period
3. Determine rate of return
4. Loan amortization schedule
1. Definition of acceptance
2. Rules regarding acceptance
3. Revocation of acceptance
Case Study

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.

12001330
Mon
18
Jul

303

BUS 2406

Individual Behavior, Personality, and Values

Lec Farhana
Aziz

2.
3.

14001530

1545-

603
303

BUS 2406
MKT 2402

Individual Behavior, Personality, and Values


Company responses and adjustments

vocabulary
gender of adj. and their
use
identifying of different
accent
simplifying grammar
vocabulary
gender of adj. and their
use
identifying of different
accent
simplifying grammar
Values in the Workplace
Values across Cultures
Ethical Values and Behavior,
Case Study

Lec Farhana
Aziz

4.

Values in the Workplace


Values across Cultures
Ethical Values and Behavior,
Case Study

SajuShaha

1.

Reengineering

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

1715

12001330

Tue
19
Jul

14001530

15451715

Wed
20
Jul

Thu
21
Jul

08301000

Topic

Faculty

Marketer responses and adjustments

Audi.
South

North
Porch

CR 303

MKT 2402

Defining customer value and satisfaction, tools for tracking and


measuring customer satisfaction

SajuShaha

Articles
a ) Grammar: definite article;
gender of nouns and
adjectives
b) Subject pronouns and their uses
c) Speaking: asking questions and answering questions

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Articles
a ) Grammar: definite article;
gender of nouns and
adjectives
b) Subject pronouns and their uses
c) Speaking: asking questions and answering questions

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.

Outsourcing
Alliance
Customer lifetime value
Customer value
Satisfaction
Tools of measurement

1.

comparing artiles with


english
comparing sbjucte
pronouns with english
- Parctice speaking

2.
3.
4.

Audi
South

BUS 2407

Acceptance

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

10151145

Audi.
South

BUS 2407

Consideration

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

12001330

604

BUS 2406

Individual Behavior, Personality, and Values

Lec Farhana
Aziz

14001530

303

BUS 2406

Individual Behavior, Personality, and Values

Lec Farhana
Aziz

08301000

303

FIN 2402

Value, Bond and its features, Bond values and yields.

Dr. Sumon Das

10151145

603

FIN 2402

Value, Bond and its features, Bond values and yields.

Dr. Sumon Das

Rmks/Points of Discussion

5.
6.

comparing artiles with


english
comparing sbjucte
pronouns with english
- Parctice speaking

1. Definition of acceptance
2. Rules regarding acceptance
3. Revocation of acceptance
Case Study
1. Definition of Consideration
2. Types of offer
3. Rules regarding consideration
Case Study
1. Employee Motivation,
2. Person-Job Matching
Strategies,
3. Jungian Personality Theory
and the Myers-Briggs Type
Indicator
1. Employee Motivation,
2. Person-Job Matching
Strategies,
3. Jungian Personality Theory
and the Myers-Briggs Type
Indicator
1. Concept of value
2. Features of bond
3. Bond with maturity
4. Yield to maturity
1. Concept of value
2. Features of bond
3. Bond with maturity
4. Yield to maturity

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

404

MKT 2402

North
Porch

MKT 2402

SajuShaha

BUS 2407

Consideration

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Dr. Sumon Das

Dr. Sumon Das

15451715

Topic
The nature of high performance businesses, value chain

Faculty
SajuShaha

Corporate and Division Strategic Planning

Rmks/Points of Discussion
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.

Value delivery process


Value chain
Core business process
How to create value
Mission
SBU
Growth opportunities

Fri
22
Jul
Sat
23
Jul
A

404

08301000

604

FIN 2402

Pure discount bond, Perpetual bond, Preference share. Ordinary


share

Audi
South

FIN 2402

Pure discount bond, Perpetual bond, Preference share. Ordinary


share

603

BUS 2407

Consideration, Contd.,

10151145

Sun
24
Jul

Different professions
A

North
Porch

1200-

1.
2.
3.

14001530

Mon

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

CR 303

303

BUS 2406

Listening: numbers; masculine and feminine; understanding


visiting cards; professions and pronunciation practice
Grammar: preposition used before country, city and places
names and nationality

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Different professions
1. Listening: numbers; masculine and feminine; understanding
visiting cards; professions and pronunciation practice
2. Grammar: preposition used before country, city and places
3. names and nationality

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Perception and Learning in

Lec Farhana

Assign Case Study

10

1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.

Definition of Consideration
Types of offer
Rules regarding consideration
Case Study
Valuation of discount bond
Valuation of perpetual bond
Valuation of preference share
Valuation of Ordinary share
Valuation of discount bond
Valuation of perpetual bond
Valuation of preference share
Valuation of Ordinary share
No consideration no contract
Exceptions
Types of considerations
Case Study

professions
finding some prepositions
nationality and use with
subjects
- identifying country
spelling with English
professions
finding some prepositions
nationality and use with
subjects
- identifying country
spelling with English
The Perceptual Process,

Date
Day
25
Jul

Tue
26
Jul

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

1330

Topic
Organizations

Aziz

14001530

603

BUS 2406

Perception and Learning in


Organizations

15451715

303

MKT 2402

The nature of high performance businesses, value chain

12001330

Audi.
South

MKT 2402

14001530

15451715

North
Porch

CR 303

Faculty

Lec Farhana
Aziz

SajuShaha

Corporate and Division Strategic Planning

SajuShaha
Exercise practice
a) Exercise: true and false, complete sentences
Speaking: practice professions, country
b) names and nationality
Class test-2
Exercise practice
a) Exercise: true and false, complete sentences
Speaking: practice professions, country
b) names and nationality

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Rmks/Points of Discussion
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.

Social Identity,
Stereotyping,
Attribution Theory
The Perceptual Process,
Social Identity,
Stereotyping,
Attribution Theory
Value delivery process
Value chain
Core business process
How to create value
Mission
SBU
Growth opportunities

1.
2.

explaining their reason


practice randomly country
name
compare with English
practice all together

3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.

explaining their reason


practice randomly country
name
compare with English
practice all together

Class test-2
1.

Wed
27
Jul

Thu
28
Jul

08301000
10151145

Audi
South

BUS 2407

Consideration, Contd.,

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Audi.
South

BUS 2407

Capacity of the Parties

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

12001330

604

BUS 2406

Perception and Learning in


Organizations

Lec Farhana
Aziz

14001530

303

BUS 2406

Perception and Learning in


Organizations

Lec Farhana
Aziz

08301000

303

FIN 2402

Dividend capitalization, Growth in dividend,

11

Dr. Sumon Das

2.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.

No consideration no contract
Exceptions
Types of considerations
Case Study
Incompetent person
Minor and minors
agreements
Case Study
Self-Fulfilling Prophecy,
Other Perceptual Errors,
Improving Perceptions,
Learning in Organizations,
Self-Fulfilling Prophecy,
Other Perceptual Errors,
Improving Perceptions,
Learning in Organizations,
Case Study
Perpetual growth
Super-normal growth
Zero growth
Price Earning ratio

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

603

FIN 2402

Dividend capitalization, Growth in dividend,

404

MKT 2402

Business Unit Strategic Planning

SajuShaha

Capacity of the Parties

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Topic

Faculty
Dr. Sumon Das

10151145

Rmks/Points of Discussion
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Perpetual growth
Super-normal growth
Zero growth
Price Earning ratio
SWOT
Opportunity matrix
Generic Strategies
Strategic Alliances

1.
2.

Incompetent person
Minor and minors
agreements
Case Study
Importance of investment
decision
Mutually exclusive events
Investment decision rule
Net present value
Importance of investment
decision
Mutually exclusive events
Investment decision rule
Net present value
Persons of unsound mind
Disqualified persons
Case Study

Fri
29
Jul
Sat
30
Jul
A

404

BUS 2407

3.
1.

08301000

Sun
31
Jul

Mon
01
Aug

604

FIN 2402

Nature of investment decision, Types of investment decision,


Evaluation criteria, NPV method.

Dr. Sumon Das

2.
3.
4.
1.

Audi
South

FIN 2402

Nature of investment decision, Types of investment decision,


Evaluation criteria, NPV method.

Dr. Sumon Das

603

BUS 2407

Capacity of the Parties, Contd.,

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.

14001530

North
Porch

15451715

CR 303

Address asking
1. Listening and reading: asking address, telephone numbers,
age etc; approach someone
2. Different moments of whole day.
Address asking
1. Listening and reading: asking address, telephone numbers,
age etc; approach someone
2. Different moments of whole day.

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.

practice address of each


telephone number
way of approach
- useful moments of a day
practice address of each
telephone number
way of approach
- useful moments of a day

12001330

303

BUS 2406

Workplace Emotions, Attitudes, and Stress

Lec Farhana
Aziz

14001530

603

BUS 2406

Workplace Emotions, Attitudes, and Stress

Lec Farhana
Aziz

1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.

Managing Emotions at Work,


Emotional Intelligence,
Job Satisfaction
Managing Emotions at Work,
Emotional Intelligence,
Job Satisfaction

10151145

12

Date
Day

Tue
02
Aug

Wed
03
Aug

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

15451715

303

MKT 2402

Business Unit Strategic Planning

SajuShaha

12001330

Audi.
South

MKT 2402

Steps in the marketing planning process, contents of the marketing


plan

SajuShaha

14001530

North
Porch

15451715

CR 303

08301000

Audi
South

BUS 2407

Capacity of the Parties, Contd.,

10151145

Audi.
South

BUS 2407

Free Consent

12001330
14001530
08301000

Thu
04
Aug

604

303

BUS 2406

BUS 2406

Address asking
3. Listening and reading: asking address, telephone numbers,
age etc; approach someone
4. Different moments of whole day.
Address asking
3. Listening and reading: asking address, telephone numbers,
age etc; approach someone
4. Different moments of whole day.

Workplace Emotions, Attitudes, and Stress

Workplace Emotions, Attitudes, and Stress

Faculty

SWOT
Opportunity matrix
Generic Strategies
Strategic Alliances
Process
Plan
Examples
Team work

5.
6.
7.
8.
5.
6.
7.
8.

practice address of each


telephone number
way of approach
- useful moments of a day
practice address of each
telephone number
way of approach
- useful moments of a day

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

1.
2.
3.
1.

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

2.
3.
4.

Persons of unsound mind


Disqualified persons
Case Study
Define consent and free
consent
Define coercion
Undue influence
Distinction between coercion
and undue influence
Organizational Commitment,
Work-Related Stress and Its
Management.
Case Study
Organizational Commitment,
Work-Related Stress and Its
Management.
Case Study
IRR acceptance rule
Profitability Index
Payback period
NPV vs. IRR
IRR acceptance rule
Profitability Index
Payback period
NPV vs. IRR
Customer Profitability
Company Profitability
TQM
The marketing research

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Lec Farhana
Aziz
Lec Farhana
Aziz

303

FIN 2402

Internal rate of return, Evaluation of IRR, PI method, Payback


period, Discounted payback period.

Dr. Sumon Das

603

FIN 2402

Internal rate of return, Evaluation of IRR, PI method, Payback


period, Discounted payback period.

Dr. Sumon Das

404

MKT 2402

Customer relationship management: the key, customer profitability,


company profitability, and total quality management.

SajuShaha

North

MKT 2402

Conducting Marketing Research

SajuShaha

13

Rmks/Points of Discussion
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.

10151145

1545-

Topic

1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
1.

Date
Day

Time

Sec

1715

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion

Porch
2.

system
Marketing Research Process

Fri
05
Aug
Sat
06
Aug
Dr. Nazrul
Islam

404

BUS 2407

Free Consent

604

FIN 2402

Mathematical problem of capital budgeting

Dr. Sumon Das

Audi
South

FIN 2402

Mathematical problem of capital budgeting

Dr. Sumon Das

603

BUS 2407

Free Consent, Contd.,

08301000

Sun
07
Aug

10151145

North
Porch

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Adjective possessive
a) Grammar: verb aller; possessive adjectives (mon,ton,son etc)

Adjective possessive
b) Grammar: verb aller; possessive adjectives (mon,ton,son etc)

14001530

Mon
08
Aug

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

CR 303

12001330

303

BUS 2406

Workplace Emotions, Attitudes, and Stress

Lec Farhana
Aziz

1400-

603

BUS 2406

Workplace Emotions, Attitudes, and Stress

Lec Farhana

Case Study Submission

14

1. Define consent and free consent


2. Define coercion
3. Undue influence
4. Distinction between coercion
and undue influence
1. NPV
2. IRR
3. Profitability index
4. Payback period
1. NPV
2. IRR
3. Profitability index
4. Payback period
1. Define fraud
2. Effects of fraud
3. Distinction between
misrepresentation and fraud
4. Mistake

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.

use of these elements


compare with English
asking any query
- find out also exceptional
case
use of these elements
compare with English
asking any query
- find out also exceptional
case
Types of Emotions,
Emotions,
Attitudes, and Behavior,
Cognitive Dissonance
Types of Emotions,
Emotions,

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

1530

Tue
09
Aug

Faculty
Aziz

15451715

303

MKT 2402

Customer relationship management: the key, customer profitability,


company profitability, and total quality management.

SajuShaha

12001330

Audi.
South

MKT 2402

Conducting Marketing Research

SajuShaha

14001530

15451715

08301000

North
Porch

CR 303

Audi
South

Rmks/Points of Discussion
3.
4.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.

BUS 2407

Indefinite articles
1. Listening: numbers(0-100); understanding telephone numbers
2. Grammar: verb avoir; indefinite article; interrogative sentences
with quel and quelle
Indefinite articles
1. Listening: numbers(0-100); understanding telephone numbers
2. Grammar: verb avoir; indefinite article; interrogative sentences
with quel and quelle

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Free Consent, Contd.,

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.

Wed
10
Aug

10151145

Audi.
South

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Conditions & Warranties

3.

12001330

604

BUS 2406

Foundations of Employee
Motivation

Lec Farhana
Aziz

4.
1.
2.
3.

14001530

303

BUS 2406

Foundations of Employee
Motivation

Lec Farhana
Aziz

1.
2.
3.
1.
2.

Thu
11
Aug

08301000

303

FIN 2402

Significance of the cost of capital, opportunity cost of capital,

Dr. Sumon Das

3.

1015-

603

FIN 2402

Significance of the cost of capital, opportunity cost of capital,

Dr. Sumon Das

4.
1.

15

Attitudes, and Behavior,


Cognitive Dissonance
Customer Profitability
Company Profitability
TQM
The marketing research
system
Marketing Research Process

asking random numbers


practice phone numbers of
each
use of artiles
compare with this article in
English
asking random numbers
practice phone numbers of
each
use of artiles
compare with this article in
English
Define fraud
Effects of fraud
Distinction between
misrepresentation and fraud
Mistake
Define condition and warranty
Difference between condition
and warranty
When breach of condition is
to be treated as breach of
warranty
Implied conditions
Employee Engagement,
Employee Drives and Needs,
Expectancy Theory of
Motivation
Employee Engagement,
Employee Drives and Needs,
Expectancy Theory of
Motivation
Performance Appraisal
Concept of opportunity cost of
capital
Concept of weighted Average
cost of capital
Determining component COC
Performance Appraisal

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

Faculty

1145

15451715

404

MKT 2402

Forecasting Demand

SajuShaha

North
Porch

MKT 2402

Forecasting Demand

SajuShaha

Rmks/Points of Discussion
2. Concept of opportunity cost of
capital
3. Concept of weighted Average
cost of capital
4. Determining component COC
1. Marketing productivity
2. Current demand
3. Future demand
1. Marketing productivity
2. Current demand
3. Future demand

Fri
12
Aug
Sat
13
Aug

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

404

BUS 2407

Conditions & Warranties

604

FIN 2402

Cost of debt, Cost of preference capital, Cost of equity capital,

Dr. Sumon Das

Audi
South

FIN 2402

Cost of debt, Cost of preference capital, Cost of equity capital,

Dr. Sumon Das

603

BUS 2407

Discharge of Contracts

08301000

Sun
14
Aug
10151145

14001530

North
Porch

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Speaking practice
a) Speaking: making a dialogue between two old friends and
practice through pair work
b) Partitif articles.

16

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

1. Define condition and warranty


2. Difference between condition
and warranty
3. When breach of condition is to
be treated as breach of
warranty
4. Implied conditions
1. Calculation of cost of debt
2. Calculation of cost of
preference capital
3. Calculation of cost of equity
4. Calculation of WACC
1. Calculation of cost of debt
2. Calculation of cost of
preference capital
3. Calculation of cost of equity
4. Calculation of WACC
1. Definition of Discharge
2. Modes of Discharge of
Contract
3. Definition of Breach of
Contract
4. Two Ways of Breach of
Contract

1.
2.
3.
4.

random asking and


practice
making simple sentences
explain partitive articles
- compare this with

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

CR 303

Course
Code

Topic
Class test-3
Speaking practice
a) Speaking: making a dialogue between two old friends and
practice through pair work
b) Partitif articles.

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion
1.

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

2.
3.
4.

Class test-3

English
random asking and
practice
making simple sentences
explain partitive articles
- compare this with
English

15451715
Mon
15
Aug

National Mourning Day


12001330

Tue
16
Aug

14001530

15451715

Audi.
South

North
Porch

CR 303

1.

MKT 2402

Identifying market segments and target

SajuShaha
2.

Simple letter writing


1. Reading: understand someones profile and likings; discover
French speaking countries in the world
2. Writing: writing a letter to a pen friend

Simple letter writing


1. Reading: understand someones profile and likings; discover
French speaking countries in the world
2. Writing: writing a letter to a pen friend

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.

08301000

Audi
South

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Discharge of Contracts

3.
4.

Wed
17
Aug

10151145

Audi.
South

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

BUS 2407

Law of Agency

12001330

604

BUS 2406

Foundations of Employee
Motivation

Lec Farhana
Aziz

14001530

303

BUS 2406

Foundations of Employee
Motivation

Lec Farhana
Aziz

17

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.

Levels of market
segmentation
Bases of segmentation

structure of a simple letter


use greetings in a letter
expressions using in a
letter
check ones profile
informations
structure of a simple letter
use greetings in a letter
expressions using in a
letter
check ones profile
informations
Definition of Discharge
Modes of Discharge of
Contract
Definition of Breach of
Contract
Two Ways of Breach of
Contract
Agent and Principal
Agent and servant
General rules of agency
Agent and independent
contractor
Goal Setting and Feedback,
Organizational Justice,
Empowerment Practices
Goal Setting and Feedback,
Organizational Justice,

Date
Day

Time

08301000

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

Faculty

SajuShaha

3. Empowerment Practices
1. Calculation of cost of debt
2. Calculation of cost of
preference capital
3. Calculation of cost of equity
4. Calculation of WACC
1. Calculation of cost of debt
2. Calculation of cost of
preference capital
3. Calculation of cost of equity
4. Calculation of WACC
Comprehensive Test

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

1.
2.
3.
4.

303

FIN 2402

Mathematical problem of cost of capital

Dr. Sumon Das

603

FIN 2402

Mathematical problem of cost of capital

Dr. Sumon Das

404

MKT 2402

Mid-Term Examination

Thu
18
Aug

10151145

Rmks/Points of Discussion

Fri
19
Aug
Sat
20
Aug

08301000

Sun
21
Aug

404

BUS 2407

Law of Agency

604

FIN 2402

Review of value and return, valuation of bond and share, capital


budgeting decision, cost of capital.

Audi
South

FIN 2402

Review of value and return, valuation of bond and share, capital


budgeting decision, cost of capital.

603

BUS 2407

Law of Agency, Contd.,

10151145

14001530

B
4

North
Porch

CR 303

Dr. Sumon Das


Dr. Sumon Das

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Explore French life


a) Listening: video clip and French music on French culture and
language
b) Name seasons of France
c) Asking time.

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Explore French life


a) Listening: video clip and French music on French culture and

Associate
Professor

Issue Team Assign

18

Agent and Principal


Agent and servant
General rules of agency
Agent and independent
contractor

Value and return


Valuation of bond and share
Capital budgeting decision
Cost of capital
Sub-agent and substitute
agent
2. Duties of agent and duties of
principal
3.
Termination of agency
Case study
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.

watch a video and observ


activities
check pronounciation and
expalin
attidue of French people
Compare with our life
watch a video and observ
activities

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic
b)
c)

language
Name seasons of France
Asking time.

Faculty
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Rmks/Points of Discussion
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.

12001330
Mon
22
Aug

303

BUS 2406

Foundations of Employee
Motivation

Lec Farhana
Aziz

3.
4.
1.
2.

14001530

603

BUS 2406

Foundations of Employee
Motivation

15451715

303

MKT 2402

Identifying market segments and target

Audi.
South

12001330

Tue
23
Aug

14001530

15451715

Lec Farhana
Aziz

3.
4.
3.

North
Porch

CR 303

MKT 2402

Product lifecycles, Marketing strategies in product lifecycles

Explore the capital


1. Listening : video on discovering Paris and meeting someone
2. Speaking practice: locate objects using prepositions

Explore the capital


1. Listening : video on discovering Paris and meeting someone
2. Speaking practice: locate objects using prepositions

SajuShaha
SajuShaha
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

4.
1.
2.
3.

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.

08301000

Audi
South

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Law of Agency, Contd.,

2.
3.

Wed
24
Aug

1.
2.

10151145

Audi.
South

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Transfer of Property Law

3.

1200-

604

BUS 2406

Applied Performance

Lec Farhana

19

1.

check pronounciation and


expalin
attidue of French people
Compare with our life
Balanced Scorecard,
Characteristics of Effective
Feedback,
Sources of Feedback,
Evaluating Goal Setting and
Feedback
Balanced Scorecard,
Characteristics of Effective
Feedback,
Sources of Feedback,
Evaluating Goal Setting and
Feedback
Levels of market
segmentation
Bases of segmentation
Product life cycle
Style, Fashion, Fade
Marketing strategies

watch daily life in paris


find the accent of native
see life style
- prepostions for
loacations
watch daily life in paris
find the accent of native
see life style
- prepostions for
loacations
Sub-agent and substitute
agent
Duties of agent and duties of
principal
Termination of agency
Case study
Meaning of transfer of
property
Important points of view
regarding the passing of
ownership
Rules regarding transfer of
property
Case study
The Meaning of Money in the

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

1330

Topic
Practices

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion

Aziz
2.
3.
1.

14001530

303

Thu
25
Aug

BUS 2406

Applied Performance
Practices

Lec Farhana
Aziz

2.
3.

Workplace,
Financial Reward Practices,
Job Design Practices
The Meaning of Money in the
Workplace,
Financial Reward Practices,
Job Design Practices

Jonmasthami

Fri
26
Aug
Sat
27
Aug
1.
2.

404

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Transfer of Property Law

3.

08301000
1.

604

FIN 2402

Relevance of capital structure, Irrelevance of capital structure,

Dr. Sumon Das

2.
3.

Sun
28
Aug

1.

Audi
South

FIN 2402

Relevance of capital structure, Irrelevance of capital structure,

Dr. Sumon Das

2.
3.

10151145

1.

14001530

603

North
Porch

BUS 2407

Transfer of Property Law, Contd.,

Vocabulary on home
a) Listening and reading: describing bed room ,furniture; how to
name, show and find objects

20

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

2.

Associate
Professor
Mohammad

1.
2.
3.

3.

Meaning of transfer of
property
Important points of view
regarding the passing of
ownership
Rules regarding transfer of
property
Case study
Net income and the traditional
view
NOI approach and the MM
hypothesis without tax
MM hypothesis under corporate
tax
Net income and the traditional
view
NOI approach and the MM
hypothesis without tax
MM hypothesis under corporate
tax
Transfer of property in
specific or ascertained goods
Transfer of property in
unascertained goods
Transfer of title by nonowners
Case study

make list of vocabulary


practice individual word
use of il y a and compare

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic
b)

12001330
Mon
29
Aug

14001530
15451715
12001330

14001530

CR 303

303

Rmks/Points of Discussion

Absar Kamal
4.

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

1.
2.
3.
4.

BUS 2406

Applied Performance
Practices

Lec Farhana
Aziz

1.
2.
3.
4.

Lec Farhana
Aziz

1.
2.
3.
4.

08301000

Empowerment Practices,
Supporting Empowerment,
Self-Leadership Practices,
Effectiveness of SelfLeadership
Empowerment Practices,
Supporting Empowerment,
Self-Leadership Practices,
Effectiveness of SelfLeadership

603

BUS 2406

303

MKT 2402

Mid-Term Examination

SajuShaha

Comprehensive Test

Audi.
South

MKT 2402

Developing the new market offering


Managing the development process

SajuShaha

1.

Market offerings

1.

exaplinn how to make


easy
negative sentence
making interrogative
sentence with what
do/what does
comapre with English
coulrs and their gender
exaplinn how to make
easy
negative sentence
making interrogative
sentence with what
do/what does
comapre with English
coulrs and their gender

North
Porch

CR 303

Negative sentences
1. Listening: to identify a person; singular, plural and negative
sentences
2. Grammar: interrogative sentences with quest-ce que
3. Listening and reading: to describe a person, physique, clothes,
colours etc

Negative sentences
1. Listening: to identify a person; singular, plural and negative
sentences
2. Grammar: interrogative sentences with quest-ce que
3. Listening and reading: to describe a person, physique, clothes,
colours etc

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

2.

3.
4.
1.
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

2.

3.
4.
1.

Wed
31
Aug

with English
asking randomly in the
class
make list of vocabulary
practice individual word
use of il y a and compare
with English
asking randomly in the
class

Applied Performance
Practices

Tue
30
Aug

15451715

Grammar: plural of definite and indefinite articles; preposition;


uses of Il y a
MID-TERM
Vocabulary on home
a) Listening and reading: describing bed room ,furniture; how to
name, show and find objects
b) Grammar: plural of definite and indefinite articles; preposition;
uses of Il y a
MID-TERM

Faculty

Audi
South

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Transfer of Property Law, Contd.,

2.
3.

21

Transfer of property in
specific or ascertained goods
Transfer of property in
unascertained goods
Transfer of title by nonowners

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion
1.
2.

10151145

Audi.
South

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Sale of Goods Act

3.
4.
1.

12001330

BUS 2406

Applied Performance
Practices

Lec Farhana
Aziz

604

14001530

303

BUS 2406

Applied Performance
Practices

Lec Farhana
Aziz

08301000

303

FIN 2402

Financial leverage and taxes, Cost of financial distress and agency


cost, capital structure planning and policy.

Dr. Sumon Das

603

FIN 2402

Financial leverage and taxes, Cost of financial distress and agency


cost, capital structure planning and policy.

Dr. Sumon Das

404

MKT 2402

North
Porch

MKT 2402

Thu
01
Sep

10151145

15451715

Dealing with the competition; competitive forces


Product lifecycles, Marketing strategies in product lifecycles

SajuShaha
SajuShaha

2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
1.
2.
3.

Case study
Define contract of sale
Essentials of a contract of
sale
Distinction between sale and
agreement to sell
Sale and hire purchase
Case study
The Meaning of Money in the
Workplace,
Financial Reward Practices,
Job Design Practices
The Meaning of Money in the
Workplace,
Financial Reward Practices,
Job Design Practices
Trade off theory
Pecking order theory
Elements of capital structure
Framework of capital structure
Trade off theory
Pecking order theory
Elements of capital structure
Framework of capital structure
Porters Five Forces Model
Application
Product life cycle
Style, Fashion, Fade
Marketing strategies

Fri
02
Sep
Sat
03
Sep
1.
2.

Sun
04
Sep

08301000

404

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Sale of Goods Act

3.
4.

Debate Competition Final

22

Define contract of sale


Essentials of a contract of
sale
Distinction between sale and
agreement to sell
Sale and hire purchase
Case study

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

604

FIN 2402

Mathematical of capital structure theory.

Dr. Sumon Das

Audi
South

FIN 2402

Mathematical of capital structure theory.

Dr. Sumon Das

603

BUS 2407

Sale of Goods Act, Contd.,

Topic

10151145

North
Porch

14001530
B

CR 303

Faculty

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Disjunctive pronouns
a) Grammar: disjunctive pronouns; negative sentences
b) Listening: pronunciation practice
c) Grammar: plural form of possessive adjectives; agreement
between noun and adjective.
Disjunctive pronouns
a) Grammar: disjunctive pronouns; negative sentences
b) Listening: pronunciation practice
c) Grammar: plural form of possessive adjectives; agreement
between noun and adjective.

Rmks/Points of Discussion
1. Traditional View
2. NOI approach
3. MM hypothesis with and without
tax
1. Traditional View
2. NOI approach
3. MM hypothesis with and without
tax
1. Sale and contract for work
and labor
2. Goods and kinds of goods
3. Effect of perishing of goods
4. Modes of fixing the price
Case study

1.
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

2.
3.
4.
1.

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

2.
3.
4.
1.

12001330
Mon
05
Sep

303

BUS 2406

4.

Improving Reward
Effectiveness,
When Rewards Go Wrong,
Job Design Practices That
Motivate
Case Study
Improving Reward
Effectiveness,
When Rewards Go Wrong,
Job Design Practices That
Motivate
Case Study

SajuShaha

2.

Market offerings

Analyzing the competitors, designing the competitive intelligence


system

SajuShaha

1.
2.
3.
4.

Strategies
Objectives
Blue Ocean Strategy
Competitor expansion plan

Dialogue in market

Associate

1.

asking price in a market

Applied Performance
Practices

Lec Farhana
Aziz

2.
3.
4.
1.

14001530
15451715

Tue
06
Sep

603

BUS 2406

Applied Performance
Practices

MKT 2402

Developing the new market offering


Managing the development process

303

12001330

Audi.
South

MKT 2402

1400-

North

explainn such pronouns


and their use
speking practice
pluarl of adj. possessive
and comapre with english
random asking question
explainn such pronouns
and their use
speking practice
pluarl of adj. possessive
and comapre with english
random asking question

Lec Farhana
Aziz

23

2.
3.

Date
Day

Time

Sec

1530

Loc

Course
Code

Porch

1.
2.
3.

15451715

CR 303

Topic

Faculty

Listening and reading: numbers(100-1000); dialogue on


shopping; asking price; colour; size and likings etc
Grammar: interrogative sentences( comment? combien? );
interrogative adjective quels and quelles
Class test-4

Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Dialogue in market
1. Listening and reading: numbers(100-1000); dialogue on
shopping; asking price; colour; size and likings etc
2. Grammar: interrogative sentences( comment? combien? );
3. interrogative adjective quels and quelles
Class test-4

Rmks/Points of Discussion
2.
3.
4.

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

1.
2.
3.
4.

1.

08301000

Audi
South

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Sale of Goods Act, Contd.,

2.
3.
4.
1.

10151145

Audi.
South

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Law of Partnership

2.
3.
4.
1.

Wed
07
Sep

2.

12001330

604

BUS 2406

Decision Making and


Creativity

Lec Farhana
Aziz

3.
4.

1.
2.

14001530

303

BUS 2406

Decision Making and


Creativity

Lec Farhana
Aziz

3.
4.

Thu
08

08301000

303

FIN 2402

Issues in dividend theory, Dividend relevance, Dividend


uncertainty.

24

Dr. Sumon Das

1.
2.
3.

asking size of dress


interrogative adjective and
comapre with english
making questions with
other interrogative wors
and compare with english
asking price in a market
asking size of dress
interrogative adjective and
comapre with english
making questions with
other interrogative wors
and compare with english
Sale and contract for work
and labor
Goods and kinds of goods
Effect of perishing of goods
Modes of fixing the price
Case study
Definition Formation of
partnership
Essential elements of
partnership
Test of partnership
Partnership deed
Case study
Rational Choice Paradigm of
DecisionMaking,
Identifying Problems and
Opportunities,
Evaluating and Choosing
Alternatives,
Implementing Decisions,
Evaluating Decision
Outcomes.
Rational Choice Paradigm of
DecisionMaking,
Identifying Problems and
Opportunities,
Evaluating and Choosing
Alternatives,
Implementing Decisions,
Evaluating Decision
Outcomes.
Walters modele
Gordons model
Bird-in-the-hand argument

Date
Day
Sep

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

603

FIN 2402

404

MKT 2402

North
Porch

MKT 2402

10151145

15451715

Topic
Issues in dividend theory, Dividend relevance, Dividend
uncertainty.
Designing the competitive strategies, differentiation tools
Dealing with the competition; competitive forces

Faculty
Dr. Sumon Das

SajuShaha
SajuShaha

Rmks/Points of Discussion
1. Walters modele
2. Gordons model
3. Bird-in-the-hand argument
1. Market Leader
2. Market Follower
3. Market Challenger
4. Market Nicher
1. Porters Five Forces Model
2. Application

Fri
09
Sep
Sat
10
Sep
Sun
11
Sep

Eid-Ul Azha (11 Sep to 17 Sep)


1.

404

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Law of Partnership

08301000
B
Sun
18
Sep

604

FIN 2402

Audi
South

FIN 2402

603

BUS 2407

14001530

North
Porch

Dr. Sumon Das

Dividend irrelevance, Dividend policy under market imperfections,


taxes and dividend.

Dr. Sumon Das

Law of Partnership, Contd.,

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Demonstrative adjective
a) Listening: number for asking price and pronunciation, video
clip on shopping
b) linking between two wards
c) Grammar: Demonstrative adjectives, finding questions from

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

25

3.
4.
1.
2.

Dividend irrelevance, Dividend policy under market imperfections,


taxes and dividend.

3.
4.
1.
2.

10151145
B

2.

3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.

1.
2.
3.

Definition Formation of
partnership
Essential elements of
partnership
Test of partnership
Partnership deed
Case study
MM hypothesis
Shareholder preference for
dividend
Transaction cost
Tax differential
MM hypothesis
Shareholder preference for
dividend
Transaction cost
Tax differential
Types of partners
Rights and duties of partners
Dissolution of partnership
Partnership vs. company
Case study

check such adj. in english


watch video clip and ehck
ponounciation
parctice same in class and
play role

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic
d)

CR 303

Faculty

answers
Speaking: role play ( shop keeper and buyer)

Demonstrative adjective
a) Listening: number for asking price and pronunciation, video
clip on shopping
b) linking between two wards
c) Grammar: Demonstrative adjectives, finding questions from
answers
d) Speaking: role play ( shop keeper and buyer)

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Rmks/Points of Discussion
4.

- comapre with same in


banglaa/ in english

1.
2.

check such adj. in english


watch video clip and ehck
ponounciation
parctice same in class and
play role
- comapre with same in
banglaa/ in english

3.
4.
1.

Mon
19
Sep

Tue
20
Sep

12001330

303

14001530

15451715

12001330

14001530

Lec Farhana
Aziz

603

BUS 2406

Decision Making and


Creativity

Lec Farhana
Aziz

303

MKT 2402

Analyzing the competitors, designing the competitive intelligence


system

SajuShaha

Audi.
South

MKT 2402

Setting the product strategy

SajuShaha

North
Porch

Describe an apartment
1. Reading and writing: Describe a person ,picture and room
2. Listening and reading: Describe an apartment, understand an
email, describe a lay out of an apartment and understand a
small advertisement

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.

08301000

CR 303

Audi
South

BUS 2407

Describe an apartment
1. Reading and writing: Describe a person ,picture and room
2. Listening and reading: Describe an apartment, understand an
email, describe a lay out of an apartment and understand a
small advertisement

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Law of Partnership, Contd.,

26

Employee Involvement in
Decision Making,
Creativity
Case Study
Employee Involvement in
Decision Making,
Creativity
Case Study
Strategies
Objectives
Blue Ocean Strategy
Competitor expansion plan

1.
2.
3.
4.

Customer Value Hierarchy


Product Classifications
Differentiation

1.

4.

vocabulary for describing


a person
vocabulary for describing
an appartment
undersand on a lay out of
a house
- make one own house
vocabulary for describing
a person
vocabulary for describing
an appartment
undersand on a lay out of
a house
- make one own house

1.
2.
3.
4.

Types of partners
Rights and duties of partners
Dissolution of partnership
Partnership vs. company

2.
3.
4.
1.

15451715

Wed
21
Sep

BUS 2406

Decision Making and


Creativity

2.
3.

Date
Day

Thu
22
Sep

Time

Sec

10151145

12001330

14001530

08301000

Loc

Course
Code

Audi.
South

BUS 2407

604

BUS 2406

303

303

603

BUS 2406

FIN 2402

FIN 2402

Topic

Faculty

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Company Law

Lec Farhana
Aziz

Team Dynamics

Lec Farhana
Aziz

Team Dynamics

Lease financing, Lease terminology, Financial Lease

Lease financing, Lease terminology, Financial Lease

Dr. Sumon Das

Dr. Sumon Das

10151145

15451715

404

MKT 2402

North
Porch

MKT 2402

Setting the service Strategy

SajuShaha

Designing the competitive strategies, differentiation tools

SajuShaha

Rmks/Points of Discussion
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Case study
What is a company?
Essential features of a
company
Types of company
Body corporate or corporation
Teams and Informal Groups,
Advantages and
Disadvantages of Teams,
A Model of Team
Effectiveness
Teams and Informal Groups,
Advantages and
Disadvantages of Teams,
A Model of Team
Effectiveness
Concept of lease financing
Commonly used lease
terminology
Evaluating a financial lease
Concept of lease financing
Commonly used lease
terminology
Evaluating a financial lease
Classifications
Differentiation
Market Leader
Market Follower
Market Challenger
Market Nicher

Fri
23
Sep
Sat
24
Sep

A
Sun
25
Sep

404

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Company Law

08301000
B

604

FIN 2402

Lease benefit, Depreciation tax shield and salvage value,


Leveraged lease.

Dr. Sumon Das

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.

27

What is a company?
Essential features of a
company
Types of company
Body corporate or corporation
Lease benefits both lessor and
lessee.
Concept of depreciation tax
shield
Concept of leveraged lease

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Audi
South

Course
Code

Topic

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion
1.

FIN 2402

Lease benefit, Depreciation tax shield and salvage value,


Leveraged lease.

Dr. Sumon Das

10151145

3.
1.

603

North
Porch

BUS 2407

Tue
27
Sep

CR 303

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Company Law, Contd.,

Objects pronoun
a) Grammar: Plural of disjunctive pronouns; interrogative
sentences with o, object pronouns and adjectives for
apartment
b) Speaking: Describe own apartment with picture, practice for
speaking test.

Objects pronoun
a) Grammar: Plural of disjunctive pronouns; interrogative
sentences with o, object pronouns and adjectives for
apartment
b) Speaking: Describe own apartment with picture, practice for
speaking test.

14001530

Mon
26
Sep

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

303

BUS 2406

Team Dynamics

14001530

603

BUS 2406

Team Dynamics

Lec Farhana
Aziz

15451715

303

MKT 2402

Setting the product strategy

SajuShaha

12001330

Audi.
South

MKT 2402

Brand decisions and branding strategy

SajuShaha

North
Porch

Present ones own apartment


1. Project work on lesson 9
2. Presentation of own apartment in French

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

15451715

CR 303

Present ones own apartment


1. Project work on lesson 9
2. Presentation of own apartment in French

28

2.
3.
4.

1.

Lec Farhana
Aziz

2.
3.
4.

1.

12001330

14001530

2.

2.
3.
4.

Lease benefits both lessor


and lessee.
Concept of depreciation tax
shield
Concept of leveraged lease
Formation of a company and
certificate of incorporation
Company directors
Duties of company directors
Corporate finance

exapni objectrponouns
and comapre with english
how to use in a sentence
speaking parctice
- find out sentence
structure with such
pronouns
exapni objectrponouns
and comapre with english
how to use in a sentence
speaking parctice
- find out sentence
structure with such
pronouns

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.

Team Design, Elements,


Team Processes,
Self-Directed Teams,
Virtual Teams,
Team Design, Elements,
Team Processes,
Self-Directed Teams,
Virtual Teams,
Customer Value Hierarchy
Product Classifications
Differentiation
Brand equity
Building strong brand
Managing brands

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.

expalinn with each words


draw a house
mentioning each
- Speaking
expalinn with each words
draw a house
mentioning each
- Speaking

Date
Day

Time

Course
Code

Sec

Loc

Topic

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion

08301000

Audi
South

BUS 2407

Company Law, Contd.,

Dr. NazrulIslam

2.
3.
4.
1.

10151145

Audi.
South

BUS 2407

Negotiable Instruments

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

2.
3.

1.

4.
6

Wed
28
Sep

1.

12001330

604

BUS 2406

Communicating in Teams and Organizations

Lec Farhana
Aziz

2.
3.
4.
1.

14001530

08301000

Thu
29
Sep

BUS 2406

Communicating in Teams and Organizations

Lec Farhana
Aziz

303

FIN 2402

Hire purchase financing, Infrastructure project financing

Dr. Sumon Das

603

FIN 2402

Hire purchase financing, Infrastructure project financing

Dr. Sumon Das

404

MKT 2402

Promotion mix

SajuShaha

10151145

12001330
14001530

303

2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.

2.
3.
1.
2.
3.

Formation of a company and


certificate of incorporation
Company directors
Duties of company directors
Corporate finance
Definition of negotiable
instruments
Presumptions
Crossing of check, inland and
foreign instruments
Promissory notes and bill of
exchange
The Importance of
Communication A Model of
Communication,
Communication Channels,
Choosing the Best
Communication Channel,
Communication Barriers
The Importance of
Communication A Model of
Communication,
Communication Channels,
Choosing the Best
Communication Channel,
Communication Barriers
Concept of hire purchase
Concept of project financing
Calculation of lease.
1. Concept of hire
purchase
Concept of project financing
Calculation of lease.
Common communication
platform
Process
Micro model of response

Arrange by Dept. of Business


Administration-General

Seminar-8

Team Assign Submission

29

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion

Fri
30
Sep
Sat
01
Oct
1.

404

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Negotiable Instruments

08301000

2.
3.
4.
1.

Sun
02
Oct

604

FIN 2402

User of financial analysis, Nature of ratio analysis, Liquidity ratio

Dr. Sumon Das

Audi
South

FIN 2402

User of financial analysis, Nature of ratio analysis, Liquidity ratio

Dr. Sumon Das

603

BUS 2407

Employment Laws

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

10151145

2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.

North
Porch

CR 303

renting house
a) Dialogue practice on renting an apartment

renting house
a) Dialogue practice on renting an apartment

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

1.
2.

use of greetins
make dialogue

1.
2.

use of greetins
make dialogue

1.

Cross-Cultural and CrossGender Communication


Improving
InterpersonalCommunication
Improving Communication
throughout the
Hierarchy, Communicating
through the Grapevine
Cross-Cultural and CrossGender Communication
Improving

2.

Mon
03
Oct

12001330

303

BUS 2406

Communicating in Teams and Organizations

Lec Farhana
Aziz

3.
4.

14001530

603

BUS 2406

Communicating in Teams and Organizations

30

Lec Farhana
Aziz

Definition of negotiable
instruments
Presumptions
Crossing of check, inland and
foreign instruments
Promissory notes and bill of
exchange
Concept of financial statement
analysis.
Concept of ratio analysis
Liquidity ratio
Concept of financial
statement analysis.
Concept of ratio analysis
Liquidity ratio
Conditions of employment
Classification of workers and
period of probation
Appointment letter and ID
card
Service book

1.
2.

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion

15451715

303

MKT 2402

Setting the service Strategy

SajuShaha

3.
4.

InterpersonalCommunication
Improving Communication
throughout the
Hierarchy, Communicating
through the Grapevine
Classifications
Differentiation

12001330

Audi.
South

MKT 2402

Development of effective communication

SajuShaha

1.
2.

Process to be followed
Communication budget

North
Porch

understanding a map
1. Understanding a location on the map
2. Giving direction

1.

14001530

15451715

CR 303

understanding a map
1. Understanding a location on the map
2. Giving direction

make list of prepositions to


find location
compare with English
- speaking
make list of prepositions to
find location
compare with English
- speaking

3.
4.

Tue
04
Oct

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.

08301000

Audi
South

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Employment Laws

3.
4.
1.
2.

Wed
05
Oct

10151145

12001330
14001530

Audi.
South

BUS 2407

Employment of Children, Women, Young Persons

604

BUS 2406

Power and Influence in the Workplace

303

BUS 2406

Power and Influence in the Workplace

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Lec Farhana
Aziz
Lec Farhana
Aziz

3.
4.

1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
1.

Thu
06
Oct

08301000

303

FIN 2402

Leverage ratios, Activity ratios, profitability ratios, DuPont analysis

Dr. Sumon Das

1015-

603

FIN 2402

Leverage ratios, Activity ratios, profitability ratios, DuPont analysis

Dr. Sumon Das

31

2.
3.
4.
1.

Conditions of employment
Classification of workers and
period of probation
Appointment letter and ID
card
Service book
Employment of children,
young persons and Women
Prohibition of certain contract
with regard to children
Certificates of fitness
Working hours of young
persons
Case study
The Meaning of Power,
Sources of Power in
Organizations,
Contingencies of Power
The Meaning of Power,
Sources of Power in
Organizations,
Contingencies of Power
Evaluation of firm earning
power
Leverage ratio
Profitability ratio
Activity ratio
Evaluation of firm earning
power

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

Faculty

1145

15451715

404

MKT 2402

North
Porch

MKT 2402

Developing the price strategies and programs

Brand decisions and branding strategy

SajuShaha
SajuShaha

Rmks/Points of Discussion
2. Leverage ratio
3. Profitability ratio
4. Activity ratio
1. How companies price
2. Setting the price
1.
2.
3.

Brand equity
Building strong brand
Managing brands

Fri
07
Oct
Sat
08
Oct
1.
2.

404

BUS 2407

Employment of Children, Women, Young Persons

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

08301000

Sun
09
Oct

604

Audi
South

FIN 2402

Comparative financial statement analysis, cautions in using ratio


analysis, financial rations as predictors of failure.

FIN 2402

Comparative financial statement analysis, cautions in using ratio


analysis, financial rations as predictors of failure.

Dr. Sumon Das

Dr. Sumon Das

3.
4.

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.

10151145

2.

603

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Factory Laws

3.
4.

14001530

North
Porch

understanding a map
3. Understanding a location on the map
4. Giving direction

CR 303

understanding a map

32

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal
Associate

4.
1.
2.
1.

Employment of children,
young persons and Women
Prohibition of certain contract
with regard to children
Certificates of fitness
Working hours of young
persons
Case study
Trend analysis
Inter-Firm Analysis
Limitations of ratio analysis
Concept of cautions in using
ratio analysis.
Trend analysis
Inter-Firm Analysis
Limitations of ratio analysis
Concept of cautions in using
ratio analysis.
Rules regarding health and
hygiene
Rules regarding safety and
security
Rules regarding welfare of
the workers
Rules regarding working
hours Case study

make list of prepositions to


find location
compare with English
- speaking
make list of prepositions to

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic
3.
4.

Understanding a location on the map


Giving direction

Faculty
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Rmks/Points of Discussion
2.
3.
1.

12001330

303

BUS 2406

Power and Influence in the Workplace

2.
3.

Influencing Others, Influence


Tactics and Organizational
Politics
Case Study
Influencing Others, Influence
Tactics and Organizational
Politics
Case Study
Common communication
platform
Process
Micro model of response

1.
2.
3.
4.

Price adaptation strategies


Response
Process to be followed
Communication budget

1.

Rules regarding health and


hygiene
Rules regarding safety and
security
Rules regarding welfare of
the workers

Lec Farhana
Aziz
2.
1.

Mon
10
Oct

14001530

603

BUS 2406

Power and Influence in the Workplace

303

MKT 2402

Promotion mix

SajuShaha

Tue
11
Oct

Durga Puja

Wed
12
Oct

Ashura

Thu
13
Oct

Lec Farhana
Aziz
2.
1.

15451715

08301000
10151145
15451715

303

FIN 2402

404

MKT 2402

Adaptation of price

SajuShaha

North
Porch

MKT 2402

Development of effective communication

SajuShaha

find location
compare with English
- speaking

Fri
14
Oct
7

Sat
15
Oct

Sun
16
Oct

7
8

08301000

404

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Factory Laws

2.
3.

Cultural Competition
Term Paper Submission

33

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion
4.
1.
2.

603

North
Porch

BUS 2407

14001530
B

12001330

CR 303

303

BUS 2406

Laws Relating to Wages

Location Finding
Finding a particular place
Class Test;5
Location Finding
Finding a particular place
Class Test;5

Conflict and negotiation in the Workplace

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

3.
4.

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.

findout a loaction
expalinn others
draw the loaction
speaking
findout a loaction
expalinn others
draw the loaction
speaking

1.

3.
4.

Is Conflict Good or Bad?


Conflict Process Model,
Structural Sources of Conflict
in Organizations,
Interpersonal ConflictHandling Styles
Is Conflict Good or Bad?
Conflict Process Model,
Structural Sources of Conflict
in Organizations,
Interpersonal ConflictHandling Styles
How companies price
Setting the price

1.
2.
3.
4.

Role of marketing channel


Channel design decision
Channel management
Conflict resolution

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

1.
2.
3.

chekc time
asking time
random check time

1.
2.
3.

chekc time
asking time
random check time

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

1.
2.

Definition of wages
Responsibility for payment of
wages

Lec Farhana
Aziz

2.
3.

Mon
17
Oct

1.

14001530

603

BUS 2406

Conflict and negotiation in the Workplace

Lec Farhana
Aziz

2.
3.

15451715
12001330
Tue
18
Oct

Wed
19

14001530

303

Audi.
South

North
Porch

MKT 2402

MKT 2402

15451715

CR 303

08301000

Audi
South

BUS 2407

Developing the price strategies and programs

Designing and managing value networks and marketing channels


Asking time
1. Asking time
2. Listening: video clips on daily activities.
Asking time
1. Asking time
2. Listening: video clips on daily activities.
Laws Relating to Wages

34

Rules regarding working


hours Case study
Definition of wages
Responsibility for payment of
wages
Deductions from wages
Payment of wages for worker
who is dead
Case study

SajuShaha

SajuShaha

Date
Day
Oct

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion
3.
4.

10151145

404

MKT 2402

Supply Chain Management

SajuShaha

1.
2.
3.

Deductions from wages


Payment of wages for worker
who is dead
Case study
Definition of compensation
Employers liability for
compensation
Distribution of compensation
Compensation in case of
contract
Structural Approaches to
Conflict Management,
Resolving Conflict through
Negotiation,
Third-Party Conflict
Resolution
Structural Approaches to
Conflict Management,
Resolving Conflict through
Negotiation,
Third-Party Conflict
Resolution
Importance
Composition
Design

15451715

North
Porch

MKT 2402

Adaptation of price

SajuShaha

3.
4.

Price adaptation strategies


Response

1.
2.

Definition of compensation
Employers liability for
compensation
Distribution of compensation
Compensation in case of
contract Case study
Definitions
Registration of trade union
Requirements for registration
Unfair labor practices

1.
2.

10151145

Audi.
South

BUS 2407

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Laws Relating to Compensation

3.
4.
1.

12001330

604

BUS 2406

Conflict and negotiation in the Workplace

Lec Farhana
Aziz

2.
3.
1.

14001530

303

BUS 2406

Conflict and negotiation in the Workplace

Lec Farhana
Aziz

2.
3.

Thu
20
Oct
Fri
21
Oct
Sat
22
Oct

08301000
Sun
23
Oct

14001530

404

BUS 2407

603

BUS 2407

North
Porch

Laws Relating to Compensation

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Trade Union

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Exercises Practice
a) Do Exercises

Associate
Professor
Mohammad

35

3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.

1.
2.

do exercise and do
correction
check each one

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

CR 303

Course
Code

Topic

Exercises Practice
a) Do Exercises

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion

Absar Kamal

3.

findings problem

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

1.

do exercise and do
correction
check each one
findings problem

2.
3.
1.

12001330

303

BUS 2406

Lec Farhana
Aziz

Organizational Culture

2.
3.

Mon
24
Oct

1.

14001530

603

BUS 2406

Lec Farhana
Aziz

Organizational Culture

2.
3.

15451715

303

MKT 2402

12001330

Audi.
South

MKT 2402

Designing and managing value networks and marketing channels

Designing the global market offerings

SajuShaha

SajuShaha

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.

1.

Tue
25
Oct

14001530

North
Porch

Wed
26
Oct

08301000

10151145

CR 303

Audi
South

Audi.
South

interactions among
students
asking question
explain
random asking for every
presentation
interactions among
students
asking question
explain
random asking for every
presentation

Power Point Presentation


1. Power point presentation on five famous cities and five famous
personalities in France.
Class Test-6

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Power Point Presentation


1. Power point presentation on five famous cities and five famous
personalities in France.
Class Test-6

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

2.
3.
4.

Trade Union

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

1.
2.
3.
4.

Definitions
Registration of trade union
Requirements for registration
Unfair labor practices

Collective Bargaining Agent (CBA)

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

1.
2.
3.
4.

Election of CBA
Industrial disputes
Strikes and lockout
Steps followed in solving

2.
3.
4.
1.

15451715

Elements of Organizational
Culture,
Deciphering Organizational
Culture through Artifacts,
Is Organizational Culture
Important?
Elements of Organizational
Culture,
Deciphering Organizational
Culture through Artifacts,
Is Organizational Culture
Important?
Role of marketing channel
Channel design decision
Channel management
Conflict resolution
Whether to go abroad
Markets to enter

BUS 2407

BUS 2407

36

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion

1.

12001330

604

BUS 2406

Lec Farhana
Aziz

Organizational Culture

2.
3.
1.

14001530

Thu
27
Oct

303

BUS 2406

10151145

404

MKT 2402

15451715

North
Porch

MKT 2402

Lec Farhana
Aziz

Organizational Culture
Deciding how to enter the market

SajuShaha

Supply Chain Management

SajuShaha

2.
3.
1.

industrial disputes
Case study
Merging Organizational
Cultures,
Changing and Strengthening
Organizational Culture,
Organizational Socialization
Merging Organizational
Cultures,
Changing and Strengthening
Organizational Culture,
Organizational Socialization
Different strategies to enter
new market

1.
2.
3.

Importance
Composition
Design

1.
2.
3.
4.

Election of CBA
Industrial disputes
Strikes and lockout
Steps followed in solving
industrial disputes
Case study

1.

interactions among
students
asking question
explain
random asking for every
presentation
interactions among
students
asking question
explain
random asking for every
presentation

Fri
28
Oct
Sat
29
Oct
08301000

Sun
30
Oct

404

North
Porch

Collective Bargaining Agent (CBA)

Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Power Point Presentation


2. Power point presentation on five famous cities and five famous
personalities in France.
Class Test-6

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Power Point Presentation


3. Power point presentation on five famous cities and five famous
personalities in France.
Class Test-6

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

BUS 2407

14001530

1.
B

Mon
31
Oct

2.
3.
4.

CR 303

2.
3.
4.
1.

12001330

303

BUS 2406

Lec Farhana
Aziz

Organizational Culture

37

2.

Elements of Organizational
Culture,
Deciphering Organizational
Culture through Artifacts,

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion
3.

SajuShaha

1.
2.
3.
4.

Is Organizational Culture
Important?
Elements of Organizational
Culture,
Deciphering Organizational
Culture through Artifacts,
Is Organizational Culture
Important?
Role of marketing channel
Channel design decision
Channel management
Conflict resolution

Deciding on the marketing program

SajuShaha

1.
2.

Marketing mix
Country of origin effects

1.
Power Point Presentation
1. Power point presentation on five famous cities and five famous
personalities in France.
Class Test-6

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

interactions among
students
asking question
explain
random asking for every
presentation

1.

14001530

603

BUS 2406

Lec Farhana
Aziz

Organizational Culture

2.
3.

15451715

303

MKT 2402

12001330

Audi.
South

MKT 2402

Designing and managing value networks and marketing channels

Tue
01
Nov

15451715

CR 303

2.
3.
4.
1.

12001330

604

BUS 2406

Lec Farhana
Aziz

Organizational Change

Wed
02
Nov

Thu
03
Nov

1.

14001530

303

BUS 2406

Organizational Change

10151145

404

MKT 2402

SustainableMarketing

15451715

North
Porch

MKT 2402

Lec Farhana
Aziz

SajuShaha

Designing the global market offerings

Fri
04
Nov

2.
3.
4.

Cricket Final

38

SajuShaha

2.
3.
4.

1.
3.
4.

Lewins Force Field Analysis


Model,
Unfreezing,
Changing, and Refreezing,
Change Agents, Strategic
Visions, and Diffusing
Change
Lewins Force Field Analysis
Model,
Unfreezing,
Changing, and Refreezing,
Change Agents, Strategic
Visions, and Diffusing
Change
Future of Marketing: Open
Forum
Whether to go abroad
Markets to enter

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion

Sat
05
Nov

Sun
06
Nov

1.

12001330

303

BUS 2406

Lec Farhana
Aziz

Organizational Change

2.
3.

4.

Mon
07
Nov

1.

14001530

603

BUS 2406

Lec Farhana
Aziz

Organizational Change

2.
3.

4.

15451715

303

MKT 2402

Deciding how to enter the market

SajuShaha

3.

Four Approaches to
Organizational Change,
Action Research Approach,
Appreciative Inquiry
Approach, Large-Group
Interventions,
Parallel Learning Structure
Approach
Four Approaches to
Organizational Change,
Action Research Approach,
Appreciative Inquiry
Approach, Large-Group
Interventions,
Parallel Learning Structure
Approach
Different strategies to enter
new market

Tue
08
Nov
1.

12001330

604

BUS 2406

Organizational Change

Lec Farhana
Aziz

14001530

303

BUS 2406

Organizational Change

Lec Farhana
Aziz

Wed
09
Nov

39

2.
3.
4.
1.

2.
3.
4.

Cross-Cultural and Ethical


Issues in Organizational
Change,
Organizational Behavior:
The Journey Continues
Case Study
Cross-Cultural and Ethical
Issues in Organizational
Change,
Organizational Behavior:
The Journey Continues
Case Study

Date
Day
10
Thu
10
Nov
Fri
11
Nov

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

15451715

North
Porch

MKT 2402

Deciding on the marketing program

404

BUS 2407

Presentation

604
Audi
South

FIN 2402

603

BUS 2407

North
Porch

Topic

Faculty
Saju Shaha

Sat
12
Nov
08301000
10151145
Sun
13
Nov
14001530

Mon
14
Nov

Tue
15
Nov

10

15451715
12001330
14001530
15451715
12001330

CR 303

FIN 2402

Dr. Nazrul
Islam
Dr. Sumon Das

Presentation

Dr. Sumon Das


Dr. Nazrul
Islam

Presentation

Arosh
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal

Presentation
Lec Farhana
Aziz
Lec Farhana
Aziz

303

BUS 2406

Presentation

603

BUS 2406

Presentation

303

MKT 2402

Presentation

SajuShaha

Audi.
South

MKT 2402

Presentation

SajuShaha

14001530

North
Porch

Presentation

15451715

CR 303

Presentation

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal
Associate
Professor
Mohammad

Class End

40

Rmks/Points of Discussion
1.
2.

Marketing mix
Country of origin effects

Date
Day

Time

Wed
16
Nov

08301000
10151145
12001330
14001530

Sec

A
B

Loc
Audi
South
Audi.
South

Course
Code

Topic

BUS 2407

Presentation

BUS 2407

Presentation

Faculty
Absar Kamal
Dr. Nazrul
Islam
Dr. Nazrul
Islam
Lec Farhana
Aziz
Lec Farhana
Aziz

604

BUS 2406

Presentation

303

BUS 2406

Presentation

08301000

404

BUS 2407

Presentation

FIN 2402

Presentation

10151145

604
Audi
South
603

Dr. Nazrul
Islam
Dr. Sumon Das

FIN 2402

Presentation

Dr. Sumon Das

BUS 2407

Presentation

11

Thu
17
Nov
Fri
18
Nov
Sat
19
Nov

Sun
20
Nov

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal
Lec Farhana
Aziz
Lec Farhana
Aziz

North
Porch

Presentation

CR 303

Presentation

303

BUS 2406

Presentation

603

BUS 2406

Presentation

303

MKT 2402

Presentation

SajuShaha

Audi.

MKT 2402

Presentation

SajuShaha

14001530

Mon
21
Nov
Tue
11

12001330
14001530
15451715
1200-

Indoor Game

41

Rmks/Points of Discussion

Date
Day
22
Nov

Wed
23
Nov

Thu
24
Nov

Time

Sec

1330

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

South

14001530

North
Porch

Presentation

15451715

CR 303

Presentation

BUS 2407

Presentation

BUS 2407

Presentation

08301000
10151145
12001330
14001530
08301000
10151145
15451715

A
B

Audi
South
Audi.
South

Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal
Associate
Professor
Mohammad
Absar Kamal
Dr. Nazrul
Islam
Dr. Nazrul
Islam
Lec Farhana
Aziz
Lec Farhana
Aziz

604

BUS 2406

Presentation

303

BUS 2406

Presentation

303

FIN 2402

Presentation

Dr. Sumon Das

404

MKT 2402

Presentation

SajuShaha

North
Porch

MKT 2402

Presentation

SajuShaha

Fri
25
Nov
Sat
26
Nov
Mon
28
Nov
Tue
29
Nov
Wed
30
Nov

Faculty

09001200

Semester Final Exam (Organizational Behavior)

09001200

Semester Final Exam (French Language)

42

Rmks/Points of Discussion

Date
Day

Time

Sec

Loc

Course
Code

Topic

Thu
01
Dec
Fri
02
Dec

09001200

(Semester Final Exam (Legal Environment of Business)

09001200

Semester Final Exam (Financial Management)

09001200

Semester Final Exam (Marketing Management)

Sat
03
Dec
Sun
04
Dec
Mon
05
Dec
Tue
06
Dec
Fri
09
Dec
Sat
10
Dec
Sun
11
Dec

Semester Leave (11 December to 29 December)

Fri
30
Dec
Sat
31
Dec

43

Faculty

Rmks/Points of Discussion

Faculty of Business Administration


Bangladesh University of Professionals
BUS 2407 Legal Environment of Business (3 Credits)
Summer 2016
Instructor: Dr Nazrul Islam,
LL.B, MBA, PhD

COURSE OUTLINE
1. CLASS SCHEDULE

Class: Sundays & Thursdays, 8:30pm 10:00am

2. Background
Law is the command of the sovereign. This means that law has its source in sovereign authority, it is accompanied by sanctions, and the command to be a law should
compel a course of conduct of human beings. Law emanates from the State. Law is used to denote rules of conduct emanated from and enforced by the State. Hence, law
is a rule relating to the actions of human beings, it attempts to regulate the external actions of human beings, and it is enforced by the State.

Now, the question is why should we study business law? To ensure effective day-to-day functioning of business enterprises engaged in trading, commercial or industrial
activity, the managers are required to have knowledge of relevant laws which are associated with the business operations. Therefore, this course is designed to give the
students a through idea about the various laws relating to business and industry. The business laws that will be mainly covered in this course are law of contract, the laws
relating to sale of goods, law of partnership, law relating to negotiable instruments, law of partnership and the company law. The industrial law such as, Factories Act 1965,
The Industrial Relations Ordinance 1969, Workmens Compensation Act 1923 and acts related to the employment of industrial employees will be included in this course.

3. REQUIRED TEXTS AND READINGS

TEXTS

44

1.
2.
3.

th

M. C. Kuchhal, (2015), Mercantile Law, Vicas Publishing, India, 8 Edition.


M. C. Shukla, (2014), Mercantile Law, S. Chand & Company Ltd., New Delhi, India.
M. A. A. Khan, (2013), Labor Laws of Bangladesh, National Law Book House, Dhaka, Bangladesh

READINGS

4.
5.
6.
7.

Sen, A. K. Commercial Law.


Contract Act 1872 (Basic Statute)
th
Sing, Avtor., (1998), Principles of Mercantile Law, 7 Edition
Northey, J. F., and Leigh, L. H., Introduction to Company Law

5. STUDENT EVALUATION

I expect that the workload will be accomplished with excellence. Students should reserve some time each day for study of the textbook and related outside readings such
as case. They should come prepared each class to discuss major points covered and relate their ideas on the topic(s).

Consistent attendance is essential for good educational progress and consistent work attendance is essential for good job performance. Missing class will quickly put the
students behind.

If any student comes in during or after attendance has been taken, it is his/her responsibility to make sure he/she is not marked absent by notifying the instructor prior to
leaving class. The practical exercises, such as case will be given and discussed in the class.
A good way to study for the exams is to study the objectives and key terms/sections of law at the beginning of each session, answer the discussion questions at the end of
each session, and relate this material to both assigned and current readings. Lectures are designed to support the reading materials and therefore should be studied along
with the text. Students will have several assignments during the term. The completed assignments must be typewritten using computer. Students will be graded on content,
presentation style, use of references, and neatness. In some cases, it is possible for more than one person to work together on a project. The instructor must approve all
topics in advance.
6. MARKS DISTRIBUTION
The grade in a course will be based on an overall evaluation of a students performance in assignments, examinations, quizzes, term papers, project works, class
attendance, class participation etc. The distribution of marks for assessment in a course will be as under:
Sl. #

Particulars

Marks

45

1.

Class Participation

05

2.

Class Attendance

10

3.

Individual Assignment & Presentation

10

4.

Assignments, Case Studies, Term Paper with Presentation

10

5.
6.

Quizzes (Min 5 tests)


Mid-term Exam (One hour duration)

12
15

7.

Attitude & Manner

03

8.

Comprehensive Semester Final Examination

35

Total

100

Note: BUP grading systems will be followed.


7. INSTRUCTOR CONTACT

In the event that students will need to miss class, please contact me. I prefer that a message be given by calling at 01716-370643. I may be reached via e-mail:
nazrulku@gmail.com
8. TERM PROJECT AND ASSIGNMENTS

Term project will be on the topics of the course. Its a group project. Students will have to select the idea of the project and will have to get approval from the instructor.
Students may need to go for empirical survey for the completion of the project. The instructor will give assignments to the student. Its an individual project.
It is recommended that this project/assignment should be submitted double-spaced and type-written. Its length should be whatever it takes to "do-the-job". The project will
be evaluated on the following criteria: Appropriateness & contents; Creativity & originality; Organization of content; Format & form; and Neatness, References, Appendices.
Group Presentation
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Class will be divided into several groups. There will be 3-4 members in a group.
The course teacher will allocate the topic/case to the group.
The group will attend a session with PowerPoint presentation
Participation of each member is compulsory
A hardcopy shall be presented to the Course Teacher prior to presentation
Formal dress for presentation is expected.

9. LECTURE PLAN

46

Legal Environment of Business (LEB)


No. of Lecture

Date

Topics

Discussion Points

WEEK 1: Introduction
1

Introduction to Law

Introduction to Law, Contd.,

5. Define law
6. Characteristics of law
7. Sources of English law
8. Branches of law
9. Three rules of law
i.
Sources of Bangladeshi Commercial law
ii.
Definition and scope of Business Law
WEEK 2: Law of Contract

Introduction to Law of Contract

Introduction to Law of Contract, Contd.,

4.
5.
6.
4.
5.
6.

Definition of contract
Kinds of contracts
Case study
Essentials of a valid contract
Offer and acceptance
Agreement and contract
Case study

WEEK 3: Offer and Acceptance


5.

Offer

6.

Acceptance

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Definition of offer or proposal


Requirements of an offer
Types of offer
Rules regarding offer
Revocation of offer
Case Study

4. Definition of acceptance
5. Rules regarding acceptance
6. Revocation of acceptance
Case Study

47

WEEK 4: Consideration
7

Consideration

4.
5.
6.

Definition of Consideration
Types of offer
Rules regarding consideration
Case Study

Consideration, Contd.,

3.
4.

No consideration no contract Exceptions


Types of considerations
Case Study

WEEK 5: Capacity of the Parties


9

Capacity of the Parties

4.
5.

Incompetent person
Minor and minors agreements
Case Study

10

Capacity of the Parties, Contd.,

4.
5.

Persons of unsound mind


Disqualified persons
Case Study

WEEK 6: Free Consent


11

Free Consent

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Define consent and free consent


Define coercion
Undue influence
Distinction between coercion and undue influence
Misrepresentation
Essentials of misrepresentation
Case study

12

Free Consent, Contd.,

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Define fraud
Effects of fraud
Distinction between misrepresentation and fraud
Mistake
Types of mistakes
Case study

48

WEEK 7: Conditions & Warranties and Discharge of Contracts


13

Conditions & Warranties

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Define condition and warranty


Difference between condition and warranty
When breach of condition is to be treated as breach of warranty
Implied conditions
Implied warranties
Doctrine of caveat emptor
Case study

14

Discharge of Contracts

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Definition of Discharge
Modes of Discharge of Contract
Definition of Breach of Contract
Two Ways of Breach of Contract
Remedies of Breach of Contract
Case study

WEEK 8: Law of Agency


15

Law of Agency

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Agent and Principal


Agent and servant
General rules of agency
Agent and independent contractor
Kinds of agents
Creation of agency
Case study

16

Law of Agency, Contd.,

4.
5.
6.

Sub-agent and substitute agent


Duties of agent and duties of principal
Termination of agency
Case study

WEEK 9: Transfer of Property Law


17

Transfer of Property Law

4.
5.
6.

Meaning of transfer of property


Important points of view regarding the passing of ownership
Rules regarding transfer of property
Case study

18

Transfer of Property Law, Contd.,

4.
5.

Transfer of property in specific or ascertained goods


Transfer of property in unascertained goods

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6.

Transfer of title by non-owners


Case study

WEEK 10: Sale of Goods Act


19

Sale of Goods Act

5.
6.
7.
8.

Define contract of sale


Essentials of a contract of sale
Distinction between sale and agreement to sell
Sale and hire purchase
Case study

20

Sale of Goods Act, Contd.,

5.
6.
7.
8.

Sale and contract for work and labor


Goods and kinds of goods
Effect of perishing of goods
Modes of fixing the price
Case study

WEEK 11: Law of Partnership


21

Law of Partnership

5. Definition
5. Formation of partnership
6. Essential elements of partnership
7. Test of partnership
8. Partnership deed
Case study

22

Law of Partnership, Contd.,

6. Types of partners
7. Rights and duties of partners
8. Dissolution of partnership
9. Partnership vs. company
Case study

WEEK 12: Company Law


23

Company Law

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

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What is a company?
Essential features of a company
Types of company
Body corporate or corporation
Distinction between private and public limited company
Memorandum and Articles of association
Contents of articles of association and memorandum of association

Case study
24

Company Law, Contd.,

5. Formation of a company and certificate of incorporation


6. Company directors
7. Duties of company directors
8. Corporate finance
9. Debenture and its types
Case study

WEEK 13: Negotiable Instruments & Employment Laws


25

Negotiable Instruments

5. Definition of negotiable instruments


6. Presumptions
7. Crossing of check, inland and foreign instruments
8. Promissory notes and bill of exchange
9. Bank draft, check,
10. Banker and customer
Case study

26

Employment Laws

5. Conditions of employment
6. Classification of workers and period of probation
7. Appointment letter and ID card
8. Service book
9. Procedures of leave
10. Re-employment and retrenchment of workers
11. Discharge from service
12. Procedures of punishment
Case study

WEEK 14: Employment of Children, Women, Young Persons &Factory Laws


27

Employment of Children, Women, Young Persons

5.
6.
7.
8.

Employment of children, young persons and Women


Prohibition of certain contract with regard to children
Certificates of fitness
Working hours of young persons
Case study

28

Factory Laws

5.
6.
7.
8.

Rules regarding health and hygiene


Rules regarding safety and security
Rules regarding welfare of the workers
Rules regarding working hours
Case study

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WEEK 15: Laws Relating to Wages and Compensation


29

Laws Relating to Wages

5.
6.
7.
8.

Definition of wages
Responsibility for payment of wages
Deductions from wages
Payment of wages for worker who is dead
Case study

30

Laws Relating to Compensation

5.
6.
7.
8.

Definition of compensation
Employers liability for compensation
Distribution of compensation
Compensation in case of contract
Case study

WEEK 16: Industrial Relations - Trade Union & CBA


31

Trade Union

5. Definitions
6. Registration of trade union
7. Requirements for registration
8. Unfair labor practices
9. Collective Bargaining Agent (CBA)
Case study

32

Collective Bargaining Agent (CBA)

5. Election of CBA
6. Industrial disputes
7. Strikes and lockout
8. Steps followed in solving industrial disputes
Case study

Thank you!

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BANGLADESH UNIVERSITY OF PROFESSIONALS


Faculty of Business Studies
Course outline
Course Title: Financial Management

Course Teacher: Dr. Sumon Das

Course Code: FIN 2402


Batch & Section: BBA 2015
nd
nd
Semester & Year: 2 Year 2 Semester

Designation: Associate Professor


Institution: University of Dhaka
Email: sdas1207@yahoo.com

Schedule: Sunday and Thursday

Cell No. : 01711-209239

Course Objective:
The objective of the course is to define finance and explain its role within the firm. It will also help to identify the functional area with the responsibility for finding funds for
the firm, managing those funds, and determining their best uses.
Distribution of Marks:
Grading:
Text Book:
1. Financial Management: I. M. Panday, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.
Reference Books:
1. Essential of Managerial Finance: Weston J. Fred, Scott Besley and E. F. Brigham, Dryden Press, Hinsdale.
2. Fundamentals of Financial Management: Van Horne, James C and Wachowicz Jr.Prentice-Hall

LECTURE PLAN
Week
1

Class No
1

Chapter
Chap: 1 Nature of
Financial Management

Topic
Finance and financial management, scope,
Finance Function

Chap: 1 Nature of
Financial Management

Role of financial manager, Maximizing


shareholders wealth versus other goal, Agency
problem.

Chap 2: Concept of
value and return

Time preference for money, Required rate of


return, Future value and its mathematical
problem

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Discussion Point
1. Concept of finance
2. Concept of Financial Management
3. Area of Finance
4. Role of finance
1. Fund raising and allocation
2. Profit maximisation
3. Wealth maximisation
4. Agency theory
1. Time value of money
2. Future value
3. Future value of annuity

Chap 2: Concept of
value and return

Present value, annuity, annuity due, Perpetuity

Chap 2: Concept of
value and return

Mathematical problem of value and return

Chap: 3 Valuation of
bond and share

Value, Bond and its features, Bond values and


yields.

Chap: 3 Valuation of
bond and share

Pure discount bond, Perpetual bond,


Preference share. Ordinary share

Chap: 3 Valuation of
bond and share

Dividend capitalization, Growth in dividend,

Chap: 8 Capital
Budgeting Decision

Nature of investment decision, Types of


investment decision, Evaluation criteria, NPV
method.

10

Chap: 8 Capital
Budgeting Decision

Internal rate of return, Evaluation of IRR, PI


method, Payback period, Discounted payback
period.

11

Chap: 8 Capital
Budgeting Decision

Mathematical problem of capital budgeting

12

Chap : 9 Cost of capital

Significance of the cost of capital, opportunity


cost of capital,

13

Chap : 9 Cost of capital

Cost of debt, Cost of preference capital, Cost of


equity capital,

14

Chap : 9 Cost of capital

Mathematical problem of cost of capital

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4. Sinking Fund
1. Present value
2. Present value of annuity
3. Value of an annuity due
4. PV of Perpetuity
1. Calculation of PV and FV
2. Find out the time period
3. Determine rate of return
4. Loan amortization schedule
1. Concept of value
2. Features of bond
3. Bond with maturity
4. Yield to maturity
1. Valuation of discount bond
2. Valuation of perpetual bond
3. Valuation of preference share
4. Valuation of Ordinary share
1. Perpetual growth
2. Super-normal growth
3. Zero growth
4. Price Earning ratio
1. Importance of investment decision
2. Mutually exclusive events
3. Investment decision rule
4. Net present value
1. IRR acceptance rule
2. Profitability Index
3. Payback period
4. NPV vs IRR
1. NPV
2. IRR
3. Profitability index
4. Payback period
1. Performance Appraisal
2. Concept of opportunity cost of capital
3. Concept of weighted Average cost of capital
4. Determining component COC
1. Calculation of cost of debt
2. Calculation of cost of preference capital
3. Calculation of cost of equity
4. Calculation of WACC
1. Calculation of cost of debt
2. Calculation of cost of preference capital
3. Calculation of cost of equity
4. Calculation of WACC

15

16
17

10

12

13

Chap: 15 Capital
Structure theory and
policy

Review of value and return, valuation of bond


and share, capital budgeting decision, cost of
capital.
Mid Term Exam
Relevance of capital structure, Irrelevance of
capital structure,

18

Chap: 15 Capital
Structure theory and
policy

Financial leverage and taxes, Cost of financial


distress and agency cost, capital structure
planning and policy.

19

Chap: 15 Capital
Structure theory and
policy
Chap: 17 Dividend
theory

Mathematical of capital structure theory.

21

Chap: 17 Dividend
theory

Dividend irrelevance, Dividend policy under


market imperfections, taxes and dividend.

22

Chap: 22 Asset-Based
Lease

Lease financing, Lease terminology, Financial


Lease

23

Chap: 22 Asset-Based
Lease

Lease benefit, Depreciation tax shield and


salvage value, Leveraged lease.

24

Chap: 22 Asset-Based
Lease

Hire purchase financing, Infrastructure project


financing

25

Chap: 25 Financial
Statement Analysis

User of financial analysis, Nature of ratio


analysis, Liquidity ratio

20

11

Review

Issues in dividend theory, Dividend relevance,


Dividend uncertainty.

26

Leverage ratios, Activity ratios, profitability


ratios, DuPont analysis

14

27

Comparative financial statement analysis,


cautions in using ratio analysis, financial rations
as predictors of failure.

15

28
29

Presentation
Presentation

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1. Value and return


2. Valuation of bond and share
3. Capital budgeting decision
4. Cost of capital
1. Net income and the traditional view
2. NOI approach and the MM hypothesis without tax
3. MM hypothesis under corporate tax
1. Trade off theory
2. Pecking order theory
3. Elements of capital structure
4. Framework of capital structure
1. Traditional View
2. NOI approach
3. MM hypothesis with and without tax
4. Walters modele
5. Gordons model
6. Bird-in-the-hand argument
1. MM hypothesis
2. Shareholder preference for dividend
3. Transaction cost
4. Tax differential
1. Concept of lease financing
2. Commonly used lease terminology
3. Evaluating a financial lease
1. Lease benefits both lessor and lessee.
2. Concept of depreciation tax shield
3. Concept of leveraged lease
1. Concept of hire purchase
2. Concept of project financing
3. Calculation of lease.
1. Concept of financial statement analysis.
2. Concept of ratio analysis
3. Liquidity ratio
1. Evaluation of firm earning power
2. Leverage ratio
3. Profitability ratio
4. Activity ratio
1. Trend analysis
2. Inter-Firm Analysis
3. Limitations of ratio analysis
4. Concept of cautions in using ratio analysis.

16

30
31
32

Presentation
Presentation
Review of total syllabus

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Faculty of Business Studies (FBS)

Course Title: Marketing Management

Program: Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)


Credit Hours: 03 (Three)
Semester offered:
Section:
Instructor: Saju Shaha/ Shirajul Hoque
Designation: Lecturer/Professor
Cell: 01769021714, 01673935267/01819195186
E-mail address: shimonsaha42@yahoo.com/ sj27hq@yahoo.com

Course Objectives:

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This is an overview course, which explores the role of marketing within individual firms and within society as a whole. As such, we will examine a variety of concepts,
functions and institutions that are involved in the process of marketing: developing, promoting, pricing and distributing products and services to consumer and business
markets in this country and internationally. The specific objectives of this course are to:

Provide an overview of marketing concepts, processes and decision-making


Identify environmental variables that affect marketing decisions, including social/cultural, competitive, technological, legal and ethical factors.
Identify information needs and the role of market research in decision making
Provide a forum for analyzing marketing processes, the selection of target markets and the development of appropriate marketing strategies and tactics, both here and
in other countries
Help develop analytical skills as they are applying to marketing issues and concepts, and the ability to recommend appropriate solutions to marketing problems.
Assess and start to appreciate the pervasiveness of marketing here and in other countries, in both for-profit and not-for-profit settings
Text Book: -MARKETING MANAGEMENT, PHILIP KOTLER 13th EDITION
References: Principles of Marketing, Philip Kotler, 14th Edition.

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Course Details

Week

Lec.

Topics to be discussed

Discussion point

Introduction / Overview of the course.


1
Week One
2

3
Week Two
4

5
Week Three
6

Defining the marketing in the twenty first


century: the new economy,

Company orientations towards


marketplace
How business and marketing
changing

are

Defining customer value and satisfaction,


tools for tracking and measuring
customer satisfaction

Corporate
Planning

and

performance

Division

Strategic

Week Four
8

9
Week Five
10

Importance
Scope
Classification
Core Marketing Concepts

1.
2.
3.

Different orientations
Elements of Holistic
oncept

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.

Reengineering
Outsourcing
Alliance
Customer lifetime value
Customer value
Satisfaction
Tools of measurement

1.
2.
3.
4.

Value delivery process


Value chain
Core business process
How to create value

1.
2.
3.

Mission
SBU
Growth opportunities

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.

SWOT
Opportunity matrix
Generic Strategies
Strategic Alliances
Process
Plan
Examples
Team work
Customer Profitability
Company Profitability
TQM

the

Company responses and adjustments


Marketer responses and adjustments

The nature of high


businesses, value chain

1.
2.
3.
4.

Business Unit Strategic Planning

Steps in the marketing planning process,


contents of the marketing plan
Customer relationship management: the
key, customer profitability, company
profitability,
and
total
quality

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management.
11

1. The marketing research system


2. Marketing Research Process
1. Marketing productivity
2. Current demand
3. Future demand
1. Levels of market segmentation
2. Bases of segmentation
Comprehensive Test

Conducting Marketing Research

Week Six
12
Week
Seven

13
14

Forecasting Demand
Identifying market segments and target
Mid-Term Examination

15

Product lifecycles, Marketing strategies


in product lifecycles

1.
2.
3.

Product life cycle


Style, Fashion, Fade
Marketing strategies

16

Developing the new market offering


Managing the development process

1.

Market offerings

1.
2.

Porters Five Forces Model


Application

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.

Strategies
Objectives
Blue Ocean Strategy
Competitor expansion plan
Customer Selection Grid
Market Leader
Market Follower
Market Challenger
Market Nicher
Customer Value Hierarchy
Product Classifications
Differentiation

1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.

Brand equity
Building strong brand
Managing brands
Common communication platform
Process
Micro model of response

Week Eight

17

Dealing with the competition; competitive


forces

18

Analyzing the competitors, designing the


competitive intelligence system

19

Designing the competitive strategies,


differentiation tools

Week Nine

Week Ten
20

21
Week
Eleven
22

Week
Twelve

23

Setting the product strategy

Setting the service Strategy

Brand decisions and branding strategy

Promotion mix

60

Classifications
Differentiation

Week
Thirteen

24

Development of effective communication

25

Developing the price strategies and


programs

26

Adaptation of price

Week
Fifteen

1.
2.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Price adaptation strategies


Response
Role of marketing channel
Channel design decision
Channel management
Conflict resolution

1.
2.
3.

Importance
Composition
Design

1.
2.

Whether to go abroad
Markets to enter

1.

Different strategies to enter new market

Designing and managing value networks


and marketing channels

28

Supply Chain Management

29

Designing the global market offerings

30

Deciding how to enter the market

31

Deciding on the marketing program

2.
3.

Marketing mix
Country of origin effects

Sustainable Marketing

1.

Future of Marketing: Open Forum

1.

Review previous Discussion over chapters

1.

Submission and Presentation

32
Week
Fifteen

Process to be followed
Communication budget
How companies price
Setting the price

27
Week
Fourteen

Week
Fifteen

1.
2.
1.
2.

33-36

Revision
Term
Paper
Presentation

Submission

and

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Course Policies:

Attendance: Attendance in class is mandatory unless otherwise specified

Course Content: Instructor reserves the right to make necessary changes in the course content depending on the progress of the class.

Class Makeup: In case of unavoidable circumstances should a course meeting, lecture or exam, needs to be cancelled; students will be offered a makeup class. All
makeup classes will be held as per the rescheduling suggested by the course teacher.

Exam Makeup: There will be no makeup of any exam.

Academic Honesty: Any academic misconduct will be dealt according to the provisions of the students code of conduct.

Consultation Hour: Students are most welcome to visit course teacher either during the consultation hour or by appointment.

Distribution of Marks for Evaluation

Grade Assignment:

Letter grades will be assigned based on performance in the course. UGC Grading system

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Marks

Letter Grades

80 and above

A+

75-79

70-74

A-

65-69

B+

60-64

55-59

B-

50-54

C+

45-49

40-44

Below 40

Fail

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Course Outline
Organizational Behavior
Instructor: Farhana Aziz
Lecturer
BUP
Email:
Text: Organizational Behavior: emerging knowledge and practice for the real world
McShane& Von Glinow
Fifth edition
Course Description:
This course is an introduction to organizational behavior. The goal of the course is to give students an opportunity to
comprehend the variety of concepts and issues related to individual and group behavior in an organizational setting. Although
mainly a theory course, we will utilize cases to illustrate real-world organizational behavior issues to arrive at a proper reasoning
of these matters.
Class
1

Topics
Chapter 1
Introduction to the Field ofOrganizational
Behavior

Teacher Name
Farhana Aziz

Chapter 1
Introduction to the Field ofOrganizational
Behavior
Chapter 1
Introduction to the Field of Organizational
Behavior

Farhana Aziz

Chapter 2
Individual Behavior, Personality,and
Values
Chapter 2
Individual Behavior, Personality,and
Values

Farhana Aziz

Farhana Aziz

Farhana Aziz

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.

Discussion Issues
Case Study
The Field of Organizational Behavior,
Perspectives of Organizational Effectiveness,
Types of Individual Behavior.
Contemporary Challenges for Organizations,
Anchors of Organizational Behavior Knowledge,
Case Study
Organizational Behaviors Foundations,
Why Study Organizational Behavior?
Values,
Ethics, and Corporate Social Responsibility
MARS Model of Individual Behavior andPerformance,
Personality in Organizations Self-Concept:
The I in Organizational Behavior.
Values in the Workplace Values across Cultures Ethical Values and
Behavior,
Case Study

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Chapter 2
Individual Behavior, Personality,and
Values
Chapter 3
Perception and Learning in
Organizations

Farhana Aziz

Chapter 3
Perception and Learning in
Organizations

Farhana Aziz

Chapter 4
Workplace Emotions, Attitudes,and Stress

Farhana Aziz

10

Chapter 4
Workplace Emotions, Attitudes,and Stress

Farhana Aziz

11

Chapter 4
Workplace Emotions, Attitudes,and Stress

Farhana Aziz

12

Chapter 5
Foundations of Employee
Motivation
Chapter 5
Foundations of Employee
Motivation
Chapter 5
Foundations of Employee
Motivation

Farhana Aziz

Chapter 6
Applied Performance
Practices
Chapter 6
Applied Performance
Practices

Farhana Aziz

17

Chapter 6
Applied Performance
Practices

Farhana Aziz

18

Chapter 7

Farhana Aziz

13

14

15

16

Farhana Aziz

Farhana Aziz

Farhana Aziz

Farhana Aziz

3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
5.
6.
7.
8.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Employee Motivation,
Person-Job Matching Strategies,
Jungian Personality Theory and theMyers-Briggs Type Indicator
The Perceptual Process,
Social Identity,
Stereotyping,
Attribution Theory
Self-Fulfilling Prophecy,
Other Perceptual Errors,
Improving Perceptions,
Learning in Organizations,
Case Study
Managing Emotions at Work,
Emotional Intelligence,
Job Satisfaction
Organizational Commitment,
Work-Related Stress and Its Management.
Case Study
Types of Emotions,
Emotions,
Attitudes, and Behavior,
Cognitive Dissonance
Employee Engagement,
Employee Drives and Needs,
Expectancy Theory of Motivation
Goal Setting and Feedback,
Organizational Justice,
Empowerment Practices
Balanced Scorecard,
Characteristics of Effective Feedback,
Sources of Feedback,
Evaluating Goal Setting and Feedback
The Meaning of Money in the Workplace,
Financial Reward Practices,
Job Design Practices
Empowerment Practices,
Supporting Empowerment,
Self-Leadership Practices,
Effectiveness of Self-Leadership

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.

Improving Reward Effectiveness,


When Rewards Go Wrong,
Job Design Practices That Motivate
Case Study
Rational Choice Paradigm of DecisionMaking,

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Decision Making and


Creativity
19

Chapter 7
Decision Making and
Creativity
Chapter 8
Team Dynamics

Farhana Aziz

21

Chapter 8
Team Dynamics

Farhana Aziz

22

Chapter 9
Communicating in Teams
andOrganizations

Farhana Aziz

23

Chapter 9
Communicating in Teams
andOrganizations

Farhana Aziz

24

Chapter 10
Power and Influence in theWorkplace

Farhana Aziz

25

Chapter 10
Power and Influence in theWorkplace
Chapter 11
Conflict and negotiation in theWorkplace

Farhana Aziz

27

Chapter 11
Conflict and negotiation in theWorkplace

Farhana Aziz

28

Chapter 14
Organizational Culture

Farhana Aziz

29

Chapter 14
Organizational Culture

Farhana Aziz

30

Chapter 15
Organizational Change

Farhana Aziz

31

Chapter 15
Organizational Change

Farhana Aziz

20

26

Farhana Aziz

Farhana Aziz

2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.

Identifying Problems and Opportunities,


Evaluating and Choosing Alternatives,
Implementing Decisions, Evaluating Decision Outcomes.
Employee Involvement in Decision Making,
Creativity
Case Study
Teams and Informal Groups,
Advantages and Disadvantages of Teams,
A Model of Team Effectiveness
Team Design, Elements,
Team Processes,
Self-Directed Teams,
Virtual Teams,
Team Decision Making
The Importance of Communication A Model of Communication,
Communication Channels,
Choosing the Best Communication Channel,
Communication Barriers
Cross-Cultural and Cross-Gender Communication
Improving InterpersonalCommunication
Improving Communication throughout the
Hierarchy, Communicating through the Grapevine
The Meaning of Power,
Sources of Power in Organizations,
Contingencies of Power
Influencing Others, Influence Tactics and Organizational Politics
Case Study
Is Conflict Good or Bad? Conflict Process Model,
Structural Sources of Conflict in Organizations,
Interpersonal Conflict-Handling Styles
Structural Approaches to Conflict Management,
Resolving Conflict through Negotiation,
Third-Party Conflict Resolution
Elements of Organizational Culture,
Deciphering Organizational Culture through Artifacts,
Is Organizational Culture Important?
Merging Organizational Cultures,
Changing and Strengthening Organizational Culture,
Organizational Socialization
Lewins Force Field Analysis Model,
Unfreezing,
Changing, and Refreezing,
Change Agents, Strategic Visions, and DiffusingChange
Four Approaches to Organizational Change,
Action Research Approach,

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32

33
34
35
36

Chapter 15
Organizational Change

Farhana Aziz

3. Appreciative Inquiry Approach, Large-Group Interventions,


4. Parallel Learning Structure Approach
1. Cross-Cultural and Ethical Issues in Organizational Change,
2. Organizational Behavior:
3. The Journey Continues
4. Case Study
Presentation
Presentation
Presentation
Presentation

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Course content:
Week

Teacher Name

Topics and activities

Week One
Class 1 & 2

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)

Ice breaker
Getting to know one another
Introduction to course outline
Introduction to French language
Alphabet; numbers 0-50; self-introduction;
French greetings and expressions.
French pronunciation tips.
Days of the Week

Week Two
Class 3 & 4

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

1.

7.

Listening and reading: Self introduction, introducing a third person and greet
people
Grammar: to be verb and interrogative sentences.
Numbers 50-100
Grammar: verb sappeler; masculine and feminine
Listening: masculine and feminine; affirmative and interrogative sentences
Speaking: Getting to know one another asking questions and answering questions
in French
Grammar: Conjugation of regular Verbs.

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Week Three
Class 5 & 6

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

1.
2.
3.
4.

Listening and reading: to identify a person


Grammar: definite article; gender of nouns and adjectives
Subject pronouns and their uses
Speaking: asking questions and answering questions

Week Four
Class 7 & 8

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

1.

Listening: numbers; masculine and feminine; understanding visiting cards;


professions and pronunciation practice
Grammar: preposition used before country, city and places
Exercise: true and false, complete sentences
Speaking: practice professions, country names and nationality
Class test-1

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

1.

Week Five
Class 9 & 10

2.
3.
4.
5.

2.
3.

Listening and reading: asking address, telephone numbers, age etc; approach
someone
Grammar: verb aller; possessive adjectives
(mon,ton,son etc)
Different moments of whole day.

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Week
Six
Class 11 & 12

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

1.
2.
3.
4.

Week Seven
Class 13

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Listening: numbers(0-100); understanding telephone numbers


Grammar: verb avoir; indefinite article; interrogative sentences with quel and
quelle
Speaking: making a dialogue between two old friends and practice through pair
work
Partitif articles.

Reading: understand someones profile and likings; discover French speaking


countries in the world
Writing: writing a letter to a pen friend
Listening: video clip and French music on French culture and language
Name seasons of France
Asking time.

Week Seven
Class 14

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

MID-TERM

Week Eight
Class 15 & 16

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

1.
2.
3.
4.

Listening : video on discovering Paris and meeting someone


Speaking practice: locate objects using prepositions
Listening and reading: describing bed room ,furniture; how to name, show and find
objects
Grammar: plural of definite and indefinite articles; preposition; uses of Il y a

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Week Nine
Class 17 & 18

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Listening: to identify a person; singular, plural and negative sentences


Grammar: interrogative sentences with quest-ce que
Listening and reading: to describe a person, physique, clothes, colours etc
Grammar: disjunctive pronouns; negative sentences
Listening: pronunciation practice
Grammar: plural form of possessive adjectives; agreement between noun and
adjective.

Week Ten
Class 19 & 20

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Listening and reading: numbers(100-1000); dialogue on shopping; asking price;


colour; size and likings etc
Grammar: interrogative sentences( comment? combien? );
interrogative adjective quels and quelles
Listening: number for asking price and pronunciation, video clip on shopping
linking between two wards
Grammar: Demonstrative adjectives, finding questions from answers
Speaking: role play ( shop keeper and buyer)

8.

Class test-2

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Week Eleven
Class 21 & 22

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

1.
2.

4.

Reading and writing: Describe a person ,picture and room


Listening and reading: Describe an apartment, understand an email, describe a lay
out of an apartment and understand a small advertisement
Grammar: Plural of disjunctive pronouns; interrogative sentences with o, object
pronouns and adjectives for apartment
Speaking: Describe own apartment with picture, practice for speaking test.

1.
2.
3.

Project work on lesson 9


Presentation of own apartment in French
Dialogue practice on renting an apartment

1.
2.
3.

Understanding a location on the map


Giving direction
Finding a particular place

3.

Week Twelve
Class 23 & 24

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

Week Thirteen
Class 25 & 26

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

Week Fourteen
Class 27 & 28

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

1.
2.
3.

Asking time
Listening: video clips on daily activities.
Do Exercises

Week Fifteen &


Week Sixteen
Class 29, 30, 31 & 32

Asso Prof.
Mohammad Absar
Kamal

1.

Power point presentation on five famous cities and five famous personalities in
France.

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