Programmes

Undergraduate

B.Com. (Hons.) Programme has been designed to expose students to the basic commerce and entrepreneurship practices. The main focus is to develop applied knowledge in business planning, entrepreneurship concepts, business ethics and business management. By the end of this programme, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge, understanding and application of commerce and entrepreneurship to take on multi-dimensional and multi-tasking roles very successfully.

Highlights of the programme

  • Distinctive Pedagogy & Evaluation Mechanism
  • Empowering business leaders & entrepreneurs
  • Innovative learning process to simulate originality and out-of-the boxthinking
  • In tune with industry and business needs
  • Hands-on learning the ropes of industry
  • Groomed to transition seamlessly from college to corporate environment.
  • Four options for functional specialisation
  • Options for professional certification(s)

 

Admission Criteria

 

Sl.No. Course ELIGIBILITY Admission Process Course Fees(Annual) Admission Fees Security Deposit (Refundable)
1 B.Com. (H)-Morning/Evening Overall aggregate of 50% marks in 10+2 and preferably 50% in Mathematicsor Economics. 1). 10+2 marks: 70% weightage 2.) Personal Interview : 30% weightage 100000** 1st Year Fee 15000 15000

Course Structure

FIRST YEAR

Semester I Semester II
Course Title Course Title
Soft Skills – I Soft Skills – II
Trans Disciplinary Learning (TDL) Trans Disciplinary Learning (TDL)
Functional English Business Laws
Principles of Management Business Economics-II
Business Economics-I Business Statistics
Business Organization Financial Analysis
Financial Accounting Indian Business Environment
Fundamentals of Computer Applications Introduction to MS office
Business Mathematics

SECOND

YEAR

Semester III Semester IV
Course Title Course Title
Soft Skills – III Soft Skills – IV
Trans Disciplinary Learning (TDL) Trans Disciplinary Learning (TDL)
Income Tax laws & Practice Indirect Taxes
Cost Accounting Management Accounting
Marketing Management Human Resource Management
Management Information System for Business Indian Economy-Performance & Policy
Database Management Systems Company Laws
Note: Minor Summer Project: At the end of third semesterthe students are required to do a Minor Summer Project of 4-5 weeks duration and submit a

Project report during fourth semester by a stipulated date.

Major Summer Project: At the end of fourth semester thestudents are required to undergo a summer training of 6-8 weeks duration for a Major

Project work and submit a report during Vth Semester by a stipulated date.

THIRD

YEAR

Semester V Semester VI
Course Title Course Title
Soft Skills – V Soft Skills – VI
Trans Disciplinary Learning (TDL) Trans Disciplinary Learning (TDL)
Corporate Accounting International Business
Financial Management Governance, Ethics & Social Responsibility of Business
Auditing E-Commerce
Production & Operations Management Business Intelligence & Analytics
Project Viva Voce Comprehensive Viva Voce
Specialization I (First Paper from selected Group) Specialization II (Second Paper from selected group)
Entrepreneurship & Enterprise Promotion Entrepreneurship & Enterprise Promotion
Entrepreneurship in India Entrepreneurship in India
Entrepreneurship & Small Business Entrepreneurship & Small Business
Finance Finance
Financial Markets in India Financial Markets in India
Fundamentals of Investment & e-Accounting Fundamentals of Investment & e-Accounting
Marketing Marketing
Sales Management & Advertising Sales Management & Advertising
Customer Relationship Management Customer Relationship Management
Taxation Taxation
Corporate Tax Planning Corporate Tax Planning
Business Tax Procedure & Management Business Tax Procedure & Management

 

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