BAF(Bachelor of Accounting and Finance)

The College started offering the B.Com.(Accounting & Finance) Program in the academic year 2003-2004. This is one of the most sought-after programs among students who have keen interest in accountancy, finance and costing and those who want to pursue Chartered Accountancy and a career in finance. The College has one division with an intake capacity of 60 seats each in the first, second and third years of the Program. Students earn total Credits of 120 on the successful completion of the Program.

B.Com.(Accounting & Finance) (B.A.F.) (Click here for eligibility conditions)

The Courses that are part of the curriculum prescribed by the University and offered by the College: (Click here for the syllabus and the scheme of evaluation) (It includes Sem V and VI also but please ignore it)

First Year B.A.F.    
Sr. No:Semester ICreditsSemester IICredits
Elective Courses (EC)
1Financial Accounting (Elements of Financial Accounting) - I3Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) - II3
2Cost Accounting (Introduction and Element of cost) - I3Auditing (Introduction and Planning) - I3
3Financial Management (Introduction to Financial Management) - I3Innovative Financial Services3
Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
4Business Communication - I3Business Communication - II3
Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)
5Foundation Course-I2Foundation Course-II2
Core Courses (CC)
6Commerce (Business Environment) - I3Business Law (Business Regulatory Framework) - I3
7Business Economics-I3Business Mathematics3
Total Credits20Total Credits20
Total Credits in the First Year40

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

Second Year B.A.F.    
Sr. No:Semester IIICreditsSemester IVCredits
Elective Courses (EC)
1Financial Accounting (Special Accounting3Financial Accounting (Special Accounting3
Areas) - IIIAreas) - IV
2Cost Accounting (Methods of Costing) - II3Management Accounting (Introduction to3
Management Accounting)
3Taxation - I (Direct Taxes Paper- I)3Taxation - II (Direct Taxes Paper- II)3
Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
4Information Technology in3Information Technology in3
Accountancy - IAccountancy - II
Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)
5Foundation Course in Commerce (Financial2Foundation Course in Management2
Market Operations) - III(Introduction to Management) – IV
Core Courses (CC)
6Business Law (Business Regulatory Framework) - II3Business Law (Company Law) -III3
7Business Economics-II3Research Methodology in3
Accounting and Finance
Total Credits20Total Credits20
Total Credits in the Second Year40

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

Third Year B.A.F.     
Sr. No:Semester VCreditsSemester VICredits
Elective Courses (EC)
1Cost Accounting - III3Cost Accounting - IV3
2Financial Management - II3Financial Management - III3
3Taxation - III (Indirect Taxes - I)3Taxation - IV (Indirect Taxes - II)3
4International Finance3Security Analysis and Portfolio Management3
Core Courses (CC)
5Financial Accounting - V4Financial Accounting - VII4
6Financial Accounting - VI4Project Work4
Total Credits20Total Credits20
Total Credits in the Third Year40