1. FOUNDATION FOR ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 
Organizational Behavior - The human relations movement, The Hawthorne studies, Models for organizational behavior. Background of the Behavioral Science — Anthropology Sociology, Psychology, Social Psychology, Research methodology.
2. MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS 
Design used to answer question and Test theories, Reliability and Validity of measures. A Managerial Perspective classic Management principles, The quantitative approach, The system approach, The contingency approach.
3. INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOR 
Personality — Meaning and development, Major determinants of Personality theories of Personality, Stress — causes and effect of job Stress, coping strategies for stress Perception — sensation versus perception. Motivation — Primary motives, General motives, secondary motives. Work motivation approaches — Job design, Performance appraisal, Goal setting.
4. INTERPERSONAL AND GROUP BEHAVIOR 
The nature of Groups — Dynamic of informal groups Individual conflict, Interpersonal conflict, Inter group behavior and conflict. Communication upward, downward and horizontal communication leadership — Theories of leadership, leadership style.
5. ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT 
Morale, a characteristic of O.D., Traditional approaches to O.D. Other Modem Techniques—New O.D.techniques for the future.
TEXT BOOKS :
1. Fred Luthans, "Organizational behavior",1977,McGraw Hill.
2. Keith Davis, "Human behavior at work Human relations and Organizational Behavior’ 1982, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.