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Here is the grid for of syllabus PIPFA Level 1 Business English and Behavioral Studies.
|Vocabulary||15 – 20|
|English Grammar||40 – 45|
|Comprehension||10 – 15|
|Behavioral Studies||25 – 30|
The course outline for syllabus of PIPFA Level 1 Business English and Behavioral Studies for upcoming attempt gives an overview of the course .The detailed Syllabus of PIPFA Level 1 Business English and Behavioral Studies for upcoming attempt is given below the course outline section.
- Identify the correct meaning of the words (A list of approximately 3500 commonly used words would be provided by PIPFA)
- Identification of Synonyms and antonyms of the above words
- Using the above words into sentences
- Parts of speech
- Rules for formation of sentences
- Declarative, interrogative, imperative exclamatory and optative sentences
- Simple, Compound, complex, multiple and conditional sentences
- Phrases and Idioms
- Use of Tenses
- Direct and indirect speech
- Active and passive voice
- Answering questions from given passage
- Definition and approaches to behavioral studies
- Organizational Cultures
- External and general factors affecting organizational behavior
- Management by objectives and management by exception
- Individual Behavior
• Perceptions and attitudes
• Job satisfaction and stress
• Motivation and motivational factors
- Types and theories of leadership and skills of leaders
- Conflict and negotiation
Detailed Syllabus Contents:
The detailed Syllabus of PIPFA Business English and Behavioral Studies for upcoming attempt is given below.
- Comprehend the role that language plays in different contexts
- Identify the correct meaning of the word and use synonyms or antonyms for the given words in a sentence
- Construct meaningful sentences using the prescribed word list.
- Suggest the use of verb, adverb, noun, pronoun, adjective, preposition, conjunction and interjection in constructing sentences.
- Understand and determine declarative, interrogative, imperative, exclamatory and optative sentences
- Understand and identify simple, compound, complex, multiple and conditional sentences
- Understand the use of simple, composed and complex sentences together
- Construct meaningful sentences using commonly used phrases and idioms.
- Understand and apply rules of tenses in sentences.
- Understand the difference between direct and indirect speech
- Use direct speech with the correct punctuations and various reporting verbs
- Identify the changes incidental to the transformation of direct speech to indirect speech.
- Change the active voice to passive voice and passive voice to active voice.
- Determine the appropriate use of capital letter, question mark, exclamation mark, full stop, semi-colon, comma, colon, apostrophe, quotation marks, brackets, dash, hyphen and ellipsis.
- Comprehend a brief write up and answer questions based on that write up.
- Describe the principles of scientific management stated by Fredrick Taylor
- Explain the key principles of management by Fayol and Urwick
- Explain theories of management by Weber, Rosemary Stewart and Elton Mayo
- Discuss the criticism on scientific management and classical approach to management
- Describe organisational culture using examples
- Discuss using examples the different levels of organisational culture
- Describe the types of cultures and their efficacies in the context of performances of organisations
- List the characteristics of bureaucratic organisations and discuss criticism on this form of management
- Discuss theories of management presented by Peter Drucker, Rosabeth Moss Kanter and Mintzberg.
- Discuss the Hawthorne experiments on human relation approach, their significance and implications
- Discuss critically the relevance of these experiments for management and organisational behaviour
- Discuss Theory X, Theory Y and Theory Z including their implications and differences.
- Explain various stages of the negotiation process LO4.7.2: Describe the different skills of effective negotiators
- Describe the roles of mediators, arbitrators, conciliators and consultants
- Explain the low risk Techniques of negotiation
- Explain the high risk Techniques of negotiation.
syllabus of PIPFA Level 1 Business English and Behavioral Studies syllabus of PIPFA Level 1 Business English and Behavioral Studies syllabus of PIPFA Level 1 Business English and Behavioral Studies syllabus of PIPFA Level 1 Business English and Behavioral Studies