B.Com

 

Our programme has been designed with active inputs from our Board of Directors, Academic Advisory Council, Internationally reputed faculty and various leaders from Industry and Academia with the objective of developing future professionals, rather than simple Commerce graduates. By the end of the programme our students develop the requisite skills to effectively compete for the best industry jobs as well as for admission to reputed institutes for post graduation.

In addition to studying the prescribed course curriculum, our students are also taught additional related courses, given personality development modules, exposed to business case studies and the practical aspects of the corporate world.

Our students are provided multiple opportunities to interact with the corporate sector through guest lectures, industry visits, live projects, national seminars and business case competitions. They also undergo two internships of 8-10 weeks each at the end of first and second academic year. These internships are a unique opportunity to apply conceptual, classroom learning in a real business environment. Additional courses on financial modeling, MS office and foreign languages further help our student’s transition from academia to industry. Those interested in attaining work experience directly after this programme are provided access to excellent full time job opportunities through our highly reputed corporate relations centre.

Curriculum*
Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3
Introduction to Modern Business Human Resource Management Banking Law & Practice
Business Mathematics Marketing Management-I Business Communication-I
Managerial Economics-I Managerial Economics-II Quantitative Techniques for Business
Accounting for Managers-I Accounting for Managers-II Corporate Accounting-I
Principles of Management Statistics & Research Methodology Mercantile Law
I.T. for Managers-I I.T. for Managers-II I.T. Applications in Business
Communication & Soft Skills (PDP-I) Presentation & Extempore Skills (PDP-II) Corporate Etiquettes (PDP-III)
Foreign Language-I Foreign Language-II Report on Summer Training-I
Semester 4 Semester 5 Semester 6
Marketing Management-II Entrepreneurship Development Industrial Relations & Labour Law
Financial Management Income Tax-I Income Tax-II
Cost Accounting-I Cost Accounting-II Management Accounting
Corporate Accounting-II Elective I# Elective I#
Tally-I Elective II# Elective II#
Business Ethics Elective III# Elective III#
Group Discussion & Interview Skills (PDP-IV) Personality Development (PDP-V) Professional Skill Development (PDP-VI)
Office Management Report on Summer Training-II Final Project Report

* Please note the curriculum may be modified at a later stage to suitably conform to University guidelines, latest developments and student preferences.

# Electives can be pursued from a comprehensive list of subjects from the field of Finance, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Information Technology Management, Retail, Operations Management and International Business.