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Objectives


  • To impart the knowledge and analytical power to understand the functioning of the economy.
  • To enable students employable in banking, insurance and financial sectors.
  • To impart skills to calculate and understand accounting, taxes and company law.

Eligibility:- Senior Secondary (10+2) pass or equivalent in commerce/science discipline from any recognized Board

Credit

96

Duration

Min 3 yrs and Max 6 yrs.

Foundation (Compulsory) Subjects in I Semester


The Foundation Courses are compulsory for all the students in the First Year and the marks obtained in these papers are not added for counting the final division in the examination. However, a student will have to qualify these papers. Students will have to choose any one subject from General English or General Hindi.

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

QEG / QHD

General English / General Hindi

N.A.

2.

QCA

Computer Application

N.A.

3.

QES

Environmental Studies

N.A.

Elective Subjects:

Sr. No.

PaperCode

Paper Title

Credits

1.

B. Com. - 101

Financial Accounting

6

2.

B. Com. - 102

Cost Accounting

6

3.

B. Com. - 103

Principles of Management

4

4.

B. Com. - 104

Regulatory Framework of Business

4

Sr.

No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

B. Com. - 201

Business Economics

4

2.

B. Com. - 202

Economic Environment

4

3.

B. Com. - 203

Business Communication and Computer Applicaiton

4

Sr.

No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

B. Com. - 301

Management Accounting and Statistics

6

2.

B. Com. - 302

Auditing - Principles and Practice

6

3.

B. Com. - 303

Business Ethics

4

4.

B. Com. - 304

Event Management

4

Sr.

No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

B. Com. - 401

Banking and Finance

4

2.

B. Com. - 402

Financial Management

4

3.

B. Com. - 403

Principle and Practice of Insurance

4

Sr.

No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

B. Com. - 501

Income Tax

6

2.

B. Com. - 502

Company Law

6

3.

B. Com. - 503

Business Budgeting

4

4.

B. Com. - 504

Project Management

4

Sr.

No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

B. Com. - 601

Environment Management

4

2.

B. Com. - 602

International Finance

4

3.

B. Com. - 603

Macro Economics

4

Examination and Evaluation Pattern:

Internal Assignment

The Internal Assignment component will have the weightage of 30% marks. Two assignments each of 15 marks will be given in each course. The Internal Assignments are to be submitted to the University before the term-end-examination. Download your Internal Assignment question from the ERP portal /website. Marks obtained in assignments shall be shown separately in the Marks sheets. It is compulsory to pass in the internal assignment and term-end examinations separately for successful completion of the programme.

Term-End-Examination

There shall be a Term-End-Examination at the end of each year. It carries a weightage of 70% marks. Term-End-Examination will be held in the months of June and December every year. The students are at liberty to appear in any of the examinations conducted by the university during the semester subject to the completion of the minimum time frame prescribed for the chosen programme. No separate Examination forms are to be filled with Admission Form. However, for appearing in the examination of due papers a student has to submit Back Paper examination form along with the requisite examination fee before the due date. If a student does not appear Term-End-Examination, he/she may appear in them in the subsequent examinations subject to a maximum credit ceiling prescribed by the University for an Examination. This facility will be available to a student to secure the minimum pass grade during the maximum duration prescribed for the programme. It is essential to qualify in the Internal Assignments and Term-End-Examination separately by obtaining minimum 30% of marks in each component. However, to clear a course as well as a programme as a whole a student is required to secure 35% marks in aggregate. No division is awarded in the First, Second, Third, fourth and fifth semester of the study. Marks obtained in the Foundation Courses will not be counted for determining the division of the student but it will be compulsory to qualify in the foundation courses by obtaining 35 percent of marks. Division shall be awarded to the successful candidates only after the completion of the programme in the final semester as follows:

I Division 60% and above
II Division 48% and less than 60%
Pass 35% and less than 48%

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