The Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) Program is a three year degree program offered by the
University with a view to impart in-depth knowledge and broad understanding of accounting
and financial management. The curriculum provides a carefully selected subject combination of
Accountancy, Economics, Management & Decision Science, Banking & Insurance, and Commercial
Law. The objective of the program is to produce graduates equipped with the knowledge, skills and
attitude to meet the challenges of the modern day business organizations, and prepares students to
pursue M.Com or MBA programs in due course.
Pass in Class XII (or equivalent), any discipline with aggregate 40% and above marks.
Class XII students awaiting final year examination results are also eligible to apply.
The B.Com Program is organized into six semesters in three years. The University follows a Credit-based semester system of teaching-learning and evaluation.
During the 5th and 6th semesters, students are exposed to elective courses from their chosen fields of specialization. These elective courses provide understanding of the specialized fields.
Students are required to pursue a minimum of 6 elective courses during the B.Com degree program. The program provides wide choice of electives from different areas, like Accountancy, Economics, Law, Financial Management, General Management, Information & Technology, etc. to simultaneously serve varied but distinctive aspirations of students.
|B.Com Program Structure|
|Year I||Semester - I||Semester - II|
|Year II||Semester - III||Semester - IV|
|Year III||Semester - V||Semester - VI|
Electives: Managerial Economics, Management Accounting-II, Advanced Accountancy & Auditing, Advanced Statistics, Advanced Business Management, Computer Application, Banking, Banking & Insurance, International Business, Marketing Management, Corporate Ethics, Business Environment, Advance Accountancy, Corporate Law-II, Information and Technology.
The program structure is subject to change (if required)