Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) Program (Click here for eligibility conditions)

The College right from inception in 1989 is offering the B.Com. program. The curriculum has commerce, management, accounting, finance, business economics, business law, business communication and business mathematics related courses. This prepares the student for careers in many sectors and also for self-employment. There are four divisions of 120 seats each in the first, second and third years of the Program in the College. Students earn total Credits of 120 on successful completion of the Program.

The Courses that are part of the curriculum prescribed by the University and offered by the College: (Click here for the syllabus of semester I & II and the scheme of evaluation)

First Year B.Com.  
Sr. No: Semester I Credits Semester II Credits
1.        Commerce- I :

Introduction to Business

03 Commerce-  II :

Service Sectors

03
2.        Business Economics-I 03 Business Economics-II 03
3.        Accountancy & Financial Management-I 03 Accountancy & Financial Management-I 03
4.        Business Communication-I 03 Business Communication-II 03
5.        Foundation Course-I 02 Foundation Course-II 02
6.        Environmental Studies -I 03 Environmental Studies -II 03
7.        Mathematical & Statistical Techniques-I 03 Mathematical & Statistical Techniques-II 03
  Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20
Total Credits in the First Year 40

 

In the Second and Third years of the B.Com. Program, the College is offering Financial Accounting & Auditing Group

The Courses that are part of the curriculum prescribed by the University and offered by the College:(Click here for the syllabus of semester III & IV and the scheme of evaluation)

Second Year B.Com.
Sr. No: Semester III Credits Semester IV Credits
  Compulsory Courses
1. Commerce- III:

Management – Functions & Challenges

03 Commerce- IV:

Management-Production & Finance

03
  2. Business Economics-III 03 Business Economics-IV 03
 3. Accountancy & Financial Management-III 03 Accountancy & Financial Management-IV 03
      4. Foundation Course-III 02 Foundation Course-IV 02
      5. Business Law-I 03 Business Law-II 03
      6. Financial Accounting & Auditing-V : Introduction to Management Accounting 03 Financial Accounting & Auditing-VI :

Auditing

03
  Ability Enhancement Courses: The student has to opt for any one of the following*
     7.  Advertising-I 03 Advertising-II 03
Travel &Tourism Management- I Travel &Tourism Management- II
Company Secretarial Practice-I Company Secretarial Practice-II
  Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20
  Total Credits in the Second Year 40

 

*Students have to exercise the option in Semester III and have to continue with the same option in Semester IV

 

The Courses that are part of the curriculum prescribed by the University and offered by the College: (Click here for the syllabus of semester  V & VI and the scheme of evaluation)

Third Year B.Com
Sr. No: Semester V Credits Semester VI Credits
  Compulsory Courses
1.        Commerce- V:

Marketing

03 Commerce- VI:

Human Resource Management

03
       2. Business Economics-V 03 Business Economics-VI 03
       3. Financial Accounting & Auditing-VII: Financial Accounting 04 Financial Accounting & Auditing-IX  : Financial  Accounting 04
      4. Financial Accounting & Auditing-VIII:  Cost Accounting 04 Financial Accounting & Auditing-X   : Cost Accounting 04
  Ability Enhancement Courses* (Any one of the two Groups)
      5. Group A) Export Marketing -I

Group B) Direct & Indirect Taxes-I

03 Group A) Export Marketing -II

Group B) Direct & Indirect Taxation-II

03
  and
      6. Group A) Marketing Research-I

Group B) Computer Systems & Applications-I

03 Group A) Marketing Research-II

Group B) Computer Systems & Applications-II

03
  Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20
Total Credits in the Third Year 40

 

*Students who select Group A have to study Export Marketing-I and Marketing Research-1 in Semester V and Export Marketing-II and Marketing Research-II in Semester VI.

Students who select Group B have to study Direct & Indirect Taxes-I and Computer Systems & Applications-I in Semester V and Direct & Indirect Taxation-II and Computer Systems & Applications-II in Semester VI

**Note that students must exercise the option in Semester V and have to continue with the same option in Semester VI