UGC NET Management
UGC NET is one of toughest entrance exam for JRF and Lectureship. To qualify the exam you need to have a well structured study plan.
As we all know that the difficulty level of UGC NET Management is very high. To get sure shot success in this exam, you must be highly passionate and dedicated towards your studies.
Major step to start preparation for UGC NET Management EXAM.
1. Build Your Confidence - First of all and the most important step is that you have to be confident that you can do it.
2. Write down your syllabus - The NET Exam is administered in two phases (one paper in each phase). The Paper-I consists of General Aptitude Questions and Paper-II contains questions related to the concerned subject.
UGC NET Management Syllabus
Unit – I
Management – Concept, Process, Theories and Approaches, Management Roles and Skills
Functions – Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Coordinating and Controlling.
Communication – Types, Process and Barriers.
Decision Making – Concept, Process, Techniques and Tools
Organisation Structure and Design – Types, Authority, Responsibility, Centralisation, Decentralisation and Span of Control
Managerial Economics – Concept & Importance
Demand analysis – Utility Analysis, Indifference Curve, Elasticity & Forecasting
Market Structures – Market Classification & Price Determination
National Income – Concept, Types and Measurement
Inflation – Concept, Types and Measurement Business Ethics & CSR
Ethical Issues & Dilemma
Value Based Organisation
Unit – II
Organisational Behaviour – Significance & Theories
Individual Behaviour – Personality, Perception, Values, Attitude, Learning and Motivation
Group Behaviour – Team Building, Leadership, Group Dynamics Interpersonal Behaviour & Transactional Analysis Organizational Culture & Climate WorkForce Diversity & Cross Culture Organisational Behaviour
Emotions and Stress Management
Organisational Justice and Whistle Blowing
Human Resource Management – Concept, Perspectives, Influences and Recent Trends
Human Resource Planning, Recruitment and Selection, Induction, Training and Development
Job Analysis, Job Evaluation and Compensation Management
Unit – III
Strategic Role of Human Resource Management
Competency Mapping & Balanced Scoreboard
Career Planning and Development
Performance Management and Appraisal
Organization Development, Change & OD Interventions
Talent Management & Skill Development
Employee Engagement & Work Life Balance
Industrial Relations: Disputes & Grievance Management, Labour Welfare and Social Security
Trade Union & Collective Bargaining
International Human Resource Management – HR Challenge of International Business
Accounting Principles and Standards, Preparation of Financial Statements
Financial Statement Analysis – Ratio Analysis, Funds Flow and Cash Flow Analysis, DuPont Analysis
Preparation of Cost Sheet, Marginal Costing, Cost Volume Profit Analysis Standard Costing & Variance Analysis
Financial Management, Concept & Functions
Capital Structure – Theories, Cost of Capital, Sources and Finance
Budgeting and Budgetary Control, Types and Process, Zero base Budgeting
Leverages – Operating, Financial and Combined Leverages, EBIT–EPS Analysis, Financial Breakeven Point & Indifference Level.
Value & Returns – Time Preference for Money, Valuation of Bonds and Shares, Risk and Returns;
Capital Budgeting – Nature of Investment, Evaluation, Comparison of Methods; Risk and Uncertainty Analysis
Dividend – Theories and Determination
Mergers and Acquisition – Corporate Restructuring, Value Creation, Merger,Negotiations, Leveraged Buyouts, Takeover
Portfolio Management – CAPM, APT
Derivatives – Options, Option Payoffs, Option Pricing, Forward Contracts & Future Contracts
Working Capital Management – Determinants, Cash, Inventory, Receivables and Payables Management, Factoring
International Financial Management, Foreign exchange market
Unit - VI
Strategic Management – Concept, Process, Decision & Types
Strategic Analysis – External Analysis, PEST, Porter’s Approach to industry analysis, Internal
Analysis – Resource Based Approach, Value Chain Analysis
Strategy Formulation – SWOT Analysis, Corporate Strategy – Growth, Stability, Retrenchment, Integration and Diversification, Business Portfolio Analysis - BCG,
GE Business Model, Ansoff’s Product Market Growth Matrix
Strategy Implementation – Challenges of Change, Developing Programs Mckinsey 7s Framework
Marketing – Concept, Orientation, Trends and Tasks, Customer Value and Satisfaction, Market Segmentation, Positioning and Targeting
Product and Pricing Decision – Product Mix, Product Life Cycle, New Product development, Pricing – Types and Strategies
Place and promotion decision – Marketing channels and value networks, VMS, IMC, Advertising and Sales promotion
Consumer and Industrial Buying Behaviour: Theories and Models of Consumer Behaviour
Brand Management – Role of Brands, Brand Equity, Equity Models, Developing a Branding Strategy; Brand Name Decisions, Brand Extensions and Loyalty
Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Drivers, Value creation, Supply Chain
Design, Designing and Managing Sales Force, Personal Selling
Service Marketing – Managing Service Quality and Brands, Marketing Strategies of Service Firms
Customer Relationship Marketing – Relationship Building, Strategies, Values and Process
Retail Marketing – Recent Trends in India, Types of Retail Outlets.
Emerging Trends in Marketing – Concept of e-Marketing, Direct Marketing, Digital Marketing and Green Marketing
International Marketing – Entry Mode Decisions, Planning Marketing Mix for International Markets
Statistics for Management: Concept, Measures Of Central Tendency and Dispersion, Probability Distribution – Binomial, Poison, Normal and Exponential Data Collection & Questionnaire Design
Sampling – Concept, Process and Techniques
Hypothesis Testing – Procedure; T, Z, F, Chi-square tests Correlation and Regression Analysis
Operations Management – Role and Scope
Facility Location and Layout – Site Selection and Analysis, Layout – Design and Process
Enterprise Resource Planning – ERP Modules, ERP implementation Scheduling; Loading, Sequencing and Monitoring Quality Management and Statistical Quality Control, Quality Circles, Total Quality
Management – KAIZEN, Benchmarking, Six Sigma; ISO 9000 Series Standards
Operation Research – Transportation, Queuing Decision Theory, PERT / CPM
International Business – Managing Business in Globalization Era; Theories of International Trade; Balance of payment
Foreign Direct Investment – Benefits and Costs
Multilateral regulation of Trade and Investment under WTO
International Trade Procedures and Documentation; EXIM Policies
Role of International Financial Institutions – IMF and World Bank
Information Technology – Use of Computers in Management Applications; MIS, DSS
Artificial Intelligence and Big Data
Data Warehousing, Data Mining and Knowledge Management – Concepts Managing Technological Change
Unit – X
Entrepreneurship Development – Concept, Types, Theories and Process, Developing Entrepreneurial Competencies
Intrapreneurship – Concept and Process, Women Entrepreneurship and Rural Entrepreneurship
Innovations in Business – Types of Innovations, Creating and Identifying, Opportunities, Screening of Business Ideas
Business Plan and Feasibility Analysis – Concept and Process of Technical, Market and Financial Analysis
Micro and Small Scale Industries in India; Role of Government in Promoting SSI
Sickness in Small Industries – Reasons and Rehabilitation
Institutional Finance to Small Industries – Financial Institutions, Commercial Banks, Cooperative Banks, Micro Finance.
3. Carry good books - You can write down important things and related facts and points. Using underlining and highlighting headings will help you to make better notes. Writing notes will also help you in remembering things.
4. Make Schedule - You have to make your schedule in which you have to write down your study time and follow that properly.
5. Be Updated - Check the current affairs and recent news about UGC NET Exam from time to time. And most importantly, candidates should have complete knowledge about their concerned UGC NET Subject.
6. Self Study - Self study is that key which always help you to crack any exam. As we all know that “practice makes a man perfect” So, you have to start self study and give more time to it.
7 .Solve previous year’s question papers and mock tests, so that you can simulate the exam and understand exam pattern in a better way .We recommend students to go for mock tests from time to time. It will help them to increase their speed of writing in the exam.
8. Teach juniors or friends:- Try to test the knowledge of yours by teaching someone. The students, therefore, recommended teaching their juniors or friends. Try to solve their accounts problem. This technique will help the aspirants to memorize the syllabus and concepts and that too for a long time.
9. Don’t Lose Hope - Sometimes we give our best in exam but we can’t good results or we can’t crack the exam so then we lose our hope and stop doing study and we start move on from there So, don’t do that stay positive and continue your preparation for the exam.
UGC NET Eligibility Criteria
Here are the eligibility criteria mentioned below in order to apply for UGC NET Management.
For Junior Research Fellowship:
For JRF, the maximum age limit will be 30 years.
A relaxation of 5 years will be given to the candidates from reserved categories.
For Assistant Professor
There are no age limits for Assistant professo
The applicant must have a PG degree with at least 55% marks (50% for the candidates from reserved categories)
The candidates who will appear for the final year exam of Post graduation can also apply
Students can use the following Books for UGC NET Management Exam-
1. Business Environment- B.N. Ghosh
2. Macroeconomics- Rudiger ET Al
3. Managerial Accounting- Hilton & Platt
4. International Accounting - Shirin Rathore
5. Business Economics- H.L Ahuja
6. Microeconomics- G.Madalla
7. Industrial Economics - Hay & Morriss
8. Business Statistics- Amir A.