Delhi University DU SOL B.Com 3rd Year Human Resource Management Notes & Study Material
- Chapter 1 Nature and Scope of Human Resource Management
- Chapter 2 Development of Human Resource Management
- Chapter 3 Organisational of Personnel Department
- Chapter 4 Human Resource Policies
- Chapter 5 Human Resource Planning (Or Manpower Planning)
- Chapter 6 Job Analysis
- Chapter 7 Recruitment and Selection
- Chapter 8 Placement, Induction (Or Orientation) and Socialisation
- Chapter 9 Training of Operative Personnel
- Chapter 10 Executive Development
- Chapter 11 Performance Appraisal Or Merit-Rating
- Chapter 12 Job Changes (Transfers, Promotions and Separations)
- Chapter 13 Employee – Counselling
- Chapter 14 Wages and Salary Administration
- Chapter 15 Performance Linked Compensation (Variable and Incentive Wage Plans)
- Chapter 16 Employee Health
- Chapter 17 Employee/Labour Welfare
- Chapter 18 Social Security
- Chapter 19 Emerging Horizons in Human Resource Management
DU SOL B.Com Programme 3rd Year Human Resource Management Syllabus
Chapter 1 Nature and Scope of Human Resource Management:
Definitions of Human Resource Management; Nature or Characteristics of Human Resource Management; Objectives of Human Resource Management; Scope of Human Resource Management; Functions of Human Resourcement Management; Importance of Human Resource Management.
Chapter 2 Development of Human Resource Management:
Evolutions of Personnel Management; Contribution of Industrial Psychology to HRM; Changing of Concepts of Human Resource Management; Reasons for the Growth of Personnel Management; Development of Personnel Management in India.
Chapter 3 Organisational of Personnel Department:
Organisation of Personnel Department; HRM—A Staff Function; Characteristics of a Good Personnel Department; Personnel Programme of the Company; Qualities of Personnel Executives; Role of Human Resource Manager; Status of Human Resource Manager.
Chapter 4 Human Resource Policies:
Human Resource Policy—Meaning and Contents; Importance or Objectives of Personnel Policy of HR Policy; Ideal Human
Resource Policy; Formulation of Human Flesource Policy; Types of Human Resources Policies.
Chapter 5 Human Resource Planning (Or Manpower Planning):
Human Resource Planning Meaning and Objectives; Importance of Human Resource Planning; Prerequisites for manpower planning; Process of Human Resource Planning; Quantitative and Qualitative aspect of Human Resource Planning; Problems in or Limitations of Human Resource Planning.
Chapter 6 Job Analysis:
Job Analysis—Meaning and Significance; Proces of Job- Analysis; Methods Employed in Job Analysis; Job-Description; Characteristics of a Good Job-Description; Use of Job, Description; Job Specification.
Chapter 7 Recruitment and Selection:
Recruitment—Meaning and Importance; Selection Process; Recruitment Selection Policies; Employment Tests; Significance of Tests; Developing a test Programme; Employment Interview Meaning and Importance; Limitations of Interview; Essentials of a Good Interview and Methods of Interview; Interview Procedure or Developing on Interview Programme.
Chapter 8 Placement, Induction (Or Orientation) and Socialisation:
Placement—Meaning and Principles; Induction (Or Orientation)—Its Meaning, Object, and Elements; Induction Procedure and Practices; Socialisation of Employee.
Chapter 9 Training of Operative Personnel:
Meaning of Training; Objectives of Training Programme; Importance of Training; Types of Training; Methods of Training; Principles of Training; Organising Training Programme in an Industry.
Chapter 10 Executive Development:
Executive Development—Meaning and Importance; Process of Executive Development; Objectives of Executive Development; Various Methods of Executive Development.
Chapter 11 Performance Appraisal Or Merit-Rating:
Performance Appraisal—Meaning; Performance Appraisal— Advantages or Objective Limitation; Essentials of a Good Appraisal System; Methods of Performance Appraisal.
Chapter 12 Job Changes (Transfers, Promotions and Separations):
Introduction of a Job Change; Purposes of Job Changes; Transfer; Kinds of Transfer; Features of a Sound Transfer Policy; Need and Objectives of Transfer; Promotion vs. Direct Reemitment; Essentials of a Good Promotion Policy; Basis of Promotion—Merit Vs. Seniority; Demotion.
Chapter 13 Employee – Counselling:
Counseling Meaning and Importance; Functions of Counselling; Types of Counselling.
Chapter 14 Wages and Salary Administration:
Need of Proper System of Compensation; Meaning and Classification of Wages; Principles of wage and salary Administration; Characteristics of Satisfactory wage policy; Wage Variations; Methods of Wage Payments (Base Wages); Components of Compensation; Fringe Benefits or Perquisites; Difference between the base and Supplementary Compensation Base.
Chapter 15 Performance Linked Compensation (Variable and Incentive Wage Plans):
Definition and Objectives of Incentive Plan; Opposition of Incentive wage system; Essentials of a Good Incentive Plan; Various Incentive Wage Plans; Profit-Sharing Scheme; Employees Stock Option Plan (ESOP).
Chapter 16 Employee Health:
Meaning and Importance of Industrial Health; Industrial Health in India; Industrial Health Under-Factories Act.
Chapter 17 Employee/Labour Welfare:
Meaning, Functions, and Advantages of Labour Welfare; Principles of Labour Welfare Programme; Significance of Welfare Activities; Reasons for the Welfare Activities in India; Labour Activities in India.
Chapter 18 Social Security:
Meaning of Social Security; Need and Significance of Social Security; Working of the various social security measures.
Chapter 19 Emerging Horizons in Human Resource Management:
Information Technology in HRM, Integrated Human Resource Information. System (HRIS); Functions, Objectives, Significance, and Designing of HRIS; Business Process Re-Engineering; Causes of Failure in BPR and Making it Effective; Downsizing; Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS).