B.Com. programme aims at understanding different aspects of modern commerce such as Accounting, Business Statistics, Business Administration, Economic Administration and Financial Management.

Besides theoretical orientation, emphasis is also placed on practical experience, communication skills and personality development, in a computer savvy environment which is the need of the hour.

 

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility:

10+2 (any stream) with min. 50% in aggregate

Selection Procedure:

Merit and Personal Interview

Syllabus

Programme Outcome
  • I Semester

    Fundamentals of Accounting
    Business Organization
    Business Economics
    Principles of Management
    Economic Environment of Business
    Computer Application
  • II Semester

    Financial Accounting
    Regulatory Framework of Business
    Business Mathematics
    Business Environment
    Cost Accounting
    Business Communication
  • III Semester

    Corporate Accounting
    Business Statistics
    Management Information System
    Event Management
    Macro Economics
    Auditing and Principles and Practice
  • IV Semester

    Management Accounting
    Law and Practice in Banking
    Financial Management
    Management of Rural Development
    Business Ethics
    Accounting Theory and Practice
  • V Semester

    Tax Management
    Company Law
    Entrepreneurship Development
    Business Budgeting
    Human Resource Management
    Principles and Practice of Insurance
  • VI Semester

    Project Management
    Environmental Management
    E-Commerce
    Marketing Management
    Banking and Finance
    Cost and Management Audit

Career Prospects

Career Prospects

  • Students can pursue career in the streams of MBA, Chartered Accountant (CA) Company Secretary (CS), Cost and Works Accountants (CWA) 
  • Coveted career options in civil services, including Indian Administrative Service, Indian Police Service, Indian Economic Services and many others.
  • Plenty of executive career option in Business Organizations.
  • B.Com. graduates can go into banking sector