This book is useful for graduate and post-graduate students of management and engineering and covers the syllabuses of Industrial Organisation, Industrial Management, Quality Assurance, Quality Control/Management, Personnel/Human Resource Management, Organisational Behaviour, Industrial Psychology, Industrial Acts, Financial Management, Engineering Economics, Work Study, Production Management, Production Planning and Control, Entrepreneurship, Project Management. The book is also useful for the students preparing for the competitive examination of these subjects, as well as for the professional managers and engineers. Efforts have been made to properly blend various topics into a set of related concepts so as to provide up-to-date and integrated treatment of Business Organisation and Industrial Management, as well as proper emphasis on utilisation of management information systems to improve art of managing in industry.In order to make the book more useful the text have been kept as simple, straight, concise, supported with examples, flow diagrams, charts and figures.
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|Table of Contents||Part-I: ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT - *Forms of business organisation *Basic concepts of management *Functions of management *Organisation structure *System concepts *Decision making *Management information system (M.I.S.) Part-II: PERSONNEL (HUMAN RESOURCES) MANAGEMENT - *Acquisition of manpower *Training and development *Rewarding (Compensation) *Maintenance of Human Resource Part-III: ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR AND INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY *Organisational behaviour *Leadership *Industrial psychology *Motivation *Industrial relations *Trade unionism Part-IV: ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT *Entrepreneurship *Small scale industries (SSI) * National plans * Project management * Environment pollution and control *Environment (Natural and Social) and R and R * Industrial Safety * Energy Conservation and Management * Project Scheduling * Application of Network Techniques * Operation Research Part-V: PLANT LAYOUT AND MATERIALS HANDLING *Plant location *Plant layout *Industrial Buildings *Materials handling *Materials handling equipment Part-VI: MATERIALS MANAGEMENT *Purchasing *Make or buy decision * Stores Management *Materials management and inventory control * Stores management *Spare parts management *Value engineering (Value analysis) Part-VII: MARKETING *Marketing research and sales forecasting *Marketing management *Consumer behaviour and market promotion Part-VIII: PRODUCTION *Historical background of modern industry * Production and productivity *Product design and development * Production planning and control (PPC) *Maintenance management *Tools, jigs and fixtures Part-IX: WORK STUDY - *Work study and productivity *Motion study (method study) *Ergonomics (Human engineering) *Time study (Work measurement) *Standard data *Work sampling *Machine Interference Part-X: INSPECTION AND QUALITY CONTROL *Inspection *Acceptance sampling *Operation characteristics (OC) curves *Machine and process capability *Quality control *Statistical control charts *Total quality management and ISO-9000 Part-XI: ENGINEERING ECONOMICS - *Elements of economics *Economics applied to industry *Engineering and managerial economics *Interest, annuities and profit *Break-even analysis *Replacement analysis Part-XII: FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS *Elements of cost *Indirect expenses and depreciation *Allocation of total cost *Book-keeping and accounts *Cost accounting, costing and cost control *Financial management *Budget and budgetary control *Banking *Foreign exchange and foreign trade Part-XIII INDUSTRIAL ACTS *The factories act 1948 *The Indian Electricity act 1910 *Indian Electricity rules 1956 *Indian boiler act 1923 *The Industrial disputes act *Workmens compensation act 1923 *The employees state insurances act 1948 *The payment of wages act 1936 *The minimum wages act 1948 *The payment of bonus act 1965 *The payment of gratuity act 1972 *Index|