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Engineering Economics & Management Syllabus

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Engineering Economics & Management Subject Info

Engineering Economics and Management Subject code 2140003
Category Project Work
Semester/Year 4/2
Lectures Hours 3
Tutorial Hours 0
Practical Hours 0
TheoryExternal Max Marks 70
TheoryInternal Max Marks 30
Practical Internal Max Marks 0
Practical External Max Marks 0

Engineering Economics and Management Subject Extra Infomation

Category Compulsory
Elective Subject No
 Theory Yes
Theory Exam Duration 2.5
Practical No
Practical Exam Duration 0
Remark N/A
Functional No
Semipractical No
Engineering Economics And Management
Engineering Economics and Management

Engineering Economics and Management Syllabus Online

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Sr. No. Topics Hrs. Module Weightage
1 Introduction to Economics; Definitions, Nature, Scope, Difference between Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Theory of Demand & Supply; meaning, determinants, the law of demand, the law of supply, equilibrium between demand & supply Elasticity; elasticity of demand, price elasticity, income elasticity, cross elasticity 04 10%
2 Theory of production; production function, meaning, factors of production (meaning & characteristics of Land, Labour, Capital & entrepreneur), Law of variable proportions & law of returns to scale Cost; meaning, short-run & long-run cost, fixed cost, variable cost, total cost, average cost, marginal cost, opportunity cost. Break-even analysis; meaning, explanation, numerical 04 10%
3 Markets; meaning, types of markets & their characteristics ( Perfect Competition, Monopoly, Monopolistic Completion, Oligopoly) National Income; meaning, stock and flow concept, NI at the current price, NI at a constant price, GNP, GDP, NNP, NDP, Personal income, disposal income 05 10%
4 Basic economic problems; Poverty-meaning, absolute & relative poverty, causes, measures to reduce Unemployment: meaning, types, causes, remedies Inflation; meaning, types, causes, measures to control 04 10%
5 Money; meaning, functions, types, Monetary policy- meaning, objectives, tools, fiscal policy-meaning, objectives, tools Banking; meaning, types, functions, Central Bank- RBI; its functions, concepts; CRR, bank rate, repo rate, reverse repo rate, SLR. 04 10%
6 Introduction to Management; Definitions, Nature, scope Management & administration, skill, types and roles of managers Management Principles; Scientific principles, Administrative principles, Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs theory 04 11%
7 Functions of Management; Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing, Controlling ( meaning, nature and importance) Organizational Structures; meaning, principles of organization, types-formal and informal, line, line & staff, matrix, hybrid (explanation with merits and demerits), a span of control, departmentalization 05 11%
8 Introduction to Marketing management; Marketing Mix, concepts of marketing, demand forecasting and methods, market segmentation Introduction to Finance Management; meaning, scope, sources, functions 05 11%
9 Introduction to Production Management; definitions, objectives, functions, plant layout-types & factors affecting it, plant location- factors affecting it. Introduction to Human Resource Management; definitions, objectives of manpower planning, process, sources of recruitment, the process of selection 05 11%
10 Corporate Social Responsibility; meaning, importance Business Ethics; meaning, importance. 02 6%

Reference Books:

  1. Engineering Economics, R.Paneerselvam, PHI publication
  2. Fundamentals of Management: Essential Concepts and Applications, Pearson Education, Robbins S.P. and Decenzo David A.
  3. Economics: Principles of Economics, N Gregory Mankiw, Cengage Learning
  4. Principles and Practices of Management by L.M.Prasad
  5. Principles of Management by Tripathy and Reddy
  6. Modern Economic Theory, By Dr K. K. Dewett & M. H. Navalur, S. Chand Publications

4th Semester Subject Syllabus

Design Engineering I B – DE2
Engineering Economics and Management – EEM
Advanced Surveying – AS
Structural Analysis-I – SA-1
Numerical and Statistical Methods for Civil Engineering – Maths-4
Building and Town Planning – BTP
Concrete Technology – CT

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FAQ:

FAQ 1: What is the Subject code of Engineering Economics and Management?
The subject code of DE gtu is 2140003.
FAQ 2: What is the Subject Credit of 2140003? 
ENGINEERING ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT (3140005) subject credit is 3.
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