B.Com Program
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Events Important Dates
Last Date for submission of Completed Application Form July 26, 2021
Interview and Admission Decision August 09, 2021
Last Date for Payment of Admission Fee August 16, 2021
Reporting at the University for submission of certificates and verification by producing originals August 30, 2021
Registration and payment of Semester Fee August 30, 2021
Commencement of regular classes August 31, 2021

About the Program

The Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com (Hons.)] Program is a 3-year campus based program offered by the University with a view to impart in-depth knowledge and broad understanding of accounting and financial management. Currently Honours is offered in three disciplines namely; Banking Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI), Finance and Accounting (FA) and Computer Applications (CA). The curriculum of B.Com (Hons.) program provides carefully selected subject combination of accountancy, economics, management & decision science, banking & insurance and commercial law. The program prepares the students with the knowledge, skills and attitude to meet the challenges of the modern day business organizations and also equips them to pursue MCom or MBA degree program and other professional courses further or a career in Banking / Financial Services / Insurance / Corporates.

    • Pass in 10+2 or equivalent (any discipline) inclusive of Commerce with 40% and above aggregate marks; Students awaiting final year results may also apply.
    • Three years
  • The three year B.Com (Hons.) degree program consists of 36 courses covered in six semesters. During 5th and 6th semester, students are exposed to elective courses in their respective field of specialization. The actual offering of electives will however, depend on optimal number of students opting for the same elective. Students are also required to do Internship / Project after completion of second year.

    Program Structure for B.Com. (Hons.)
    Year I
    Semester-I Semester-II
    • English Language Skills
    • Financial Accounting - I
    • Business Statistics
    • Managerial Economics -I
    • Digital Skills for managers
    • Principles of Management
    • Environmental Studies
    • Financial Accounting – II
    • Managerial Economics-II
    • Digital Transformation of Business
    • Business Communication
    • Research Methodology
    Year II
    Semester-III Semester-IV
    • Principles & Practice of Banking & Insurance
    • Business Law – I
    • Costing & Management Accounting
    • Marketing Management
    • Organizational Behaviour
    • Soft Skills(Practice Oriented)
    • Financial Management
    • Business Law-II
    • Auditing
    • Digital Marketing
    • Human Resource Management
    • Tally
    Internship / Project
    Year III
    Semester-V Semester-VI
    • Money, Banking and Financial Markets
    • Direct Taxes
    • Business Environment
    • Career Development
    • Honours Discipline Elective – I (DSE 1)
    • Honours Discipline Elective - II (DSE 2)
    • Humanities Elective III(Current Affairs)
    • Management Information System
    • Business Strategy &Policy
    • Indirect Taxes and GST
    • Honours Discipline Elective – III
    • Honours Discipline Elective – IV
    • (DSE 4

    Honours Discipline Electives:
    A student should choose all the 4 Honours Discipline Electives in the same chosen Honours Discipline. A student has the option of choosing Dissertation/ Project Work in place of one Discipline Course in 5th semester.
    Discipline offered for Honours:
    i) BSFI:
    Banking: Banking Services Operations, Central Banking, Commercial Banking, Credit Management, Rural banking & Microfinance, Corporate Banking, SME Banking, International Banking;
    Financial services: Securities Analysis, Management of Financial Institutions, Financial Risk Management, Portfolio Management and Mutual funds, Personal financial Planning, Wealth management, Investment Banking and financial services; Insurance: Life Insurance, General Insurance, Risk & Insurance, Claims Management, Underwriting Management, Principles and Practice of Re-insurance.
    ii) Finance and Accounting: Finance: Securities Analysis, Management of Financial Institutions, Financial Risk Management, Portfolio Management and Mutual funds, Personal financial Planning, Wealth management, Investment Banking and financial Services;
    Accounting: Advanced Management Accounting, Advanced Financial Accounting. iii) Computer Applications: Database Management Systems, Web Technologies, Data Warehousing and Data Mining, Mobile Computing and Wireless Mark-up Language, IT Infrastructure Management, IT Project Management, Multi-media Systems, Intranet Administration.

  • Students who successfully complete the B.Com (Hons.) Program will be awarded the ‘Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.)’ Degree by the University subject to University regulations.