Bachelor Of Commerce – Accounting & Finance

Semester I and II

No. Title Semester – I Semester – II
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1 Elective Courses (EC) 1) Financial Accounting (Elements of Financial Accounting) – I 03 1) Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) – II 03
2) Cost Accounting (Introduction and Element of Cost) – I 03 2) Auditing (Introduction and Planning) – I 03
3) Financial Management (Introduction to Financial Management) – I 03 3) Taxation – I (Indirect Taxes I) 03
2 Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
2A Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 4) Business Communication – I 03 4) Business Communication – II 03
2B Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) 5) Foundation Course – I 02 5) Foundation Course – II 02
3 Core Courses (CC) 6) Commerce (Business Environment) – I 03 6) Business Law (Business Regulatory Framework) – I 03
7) Business Economics – I 03 7) Business Mathematics 03
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

Semester III and IV

No. Title Semester III Semester IV
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1. Elective Courses (EC) 1) Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) – III 03 1) Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) – IV 03
2) Cost Accounting (Methods of Costing) – II 03 2) Management Accounting (Introduction to Management Accounting) – I 03
3) Taxation – II (Direct Taxes Paper – I) 03 3) Taxation – III (Direct Taxes Paper – II) 03
2. Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
2 A. Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 4) Information Technology in Accountancy – I 03 4) Information Technology in Accountancy – II 03
2 B. Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) 5) Foundation Course in Commerce (Financial Market Operations) – III 02 5) Foundation Course in Management (Introduction to Management ) – IV 02
Core Courses (CC) 6) Business Law (Business Regulatory Framework) – II 03 6) Business Law (Company Law) – III 03
7) Business Economics – II 03 7) Research Methodology in Accounting and Finance 03
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

Semester V and VI

No. Title Semester V Semester VI
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1. Elective Courses (EC) (Any four courses from the six courses) 1) Cost Accounting – III 03 1) Cost Accounting – IV 03
2) Financial Management -II 03 2) Financial Management -III 03
3) Taxation – IV (Indirect Taxes – II) 03 3) Taxation – V (Indirect Taxes – III) 03
4) Management –II (Management Applications) 03 4) Economics Paper-III (Indian Economy) 03
2. Core Courses (CC) 5) Financial Accounting -V 04 5) Financial Accounting – VII 04
6) Financial Accounting – VI 04 6) Project Work 04
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

Eligibility: XII (HSC or Equivalent) passed in 1st attempt with minimum 45% Marks (Open Category) and minimum 40% Marks (Reserve Category) from Science, Commerce or Arts Stream.

Available Seats : 120 (50% Reserved for Hindi -speaking linguistic minority).

Introduction & Objectives

BCAF is a specialized degree which aims to train the students in the field of accounting and finance. This course was introduced with the objective to increase self employment and to help companies by providing them with suitably trained professionals in the field of accounting and finance.

Program Outcomes

  • The three year course is directed to give insights to the students in the areas of Financial Accounting, Cost Accounting, Financial Management, Taxation, Economics etc.
  • The course intends to teach subjects in an interactive manner with projects and presentations embedded in the instructional methodology which makes students understand broad accounting and finance topics deeply in a simpler manner.
Course Structure

Semester I and II

No. Title Semester – I Semester – II
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1 Elective Courses (EC) 1) Financial Accounting (Elements of Financial Accounting) – I 03 1) Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) – II 03
2) Cost Accounting (Introduction and Element of Cost) – I 03 2) Auditing (Introduction and Planning) – I 03
3) Financial Management (Introduction to Financial Management) – I 03 3) Taxation – I (Indirect Taxes I) 03
2 Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
2A Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 4) Business Communication – I 03 4) Business Communication – II 03
2B Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) 5) Foundation Course – I 02 5) Foundation Course – II 02
3 Core Courses (CC) 6) Commerce (Business Environment) – I 03 6) Business Law (Business Regulatory Framework) – I 03
7) Business Economics – I 03 7) Business Mathematics 03
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

Semester III and IV

No. Title Semester III Semester IV
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1. Elective Courses (EC) 1) Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) – III 03 1) Financial Accounting (Special Accounting Areas) – IV 03
2) Cost Accounting (Methods of Costing) – II 03 2) Management Accounting (Introduction to Management Accounting) – I 03
3) Taxation – II (Direct Taxes Paper – I) 03 3) Taxation – III (Direct Taxes Paper – II) 03
2. Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
2 A. Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 4) Information Technology in Accountancy – I 03 4) Information Technology in Accountancy – II 03
2 B. Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) 5) Foundation Course in Commerce (Financial Market Operations) – III 02 5) Foundation Course in Management (Introduction to Management ) – IV 02
Core Courses (CC) 6) Business Law (Business Regulatory Framework) – II 03 6) Business Law (Company Law) – III 03
7) Business Economics – II 03 7) Research Methodology in Accounting and Finance 03
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

Semester V and VI

No. Title Semester V Semester VI
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1. Elective Courses (EC) (Any four courses from the six courses) 1) Cost Accounting – III 03 1) Cost Accounting – IV 03
2) Financial Management -II 03 2) Financial Management -III 03
3) Taxation – IV (Indirect Taxes – II) 03 3) Taxation – V (Indirect Taxes – III) 03
4) Management –II (Management Applications) 03 4) Economics Paper-III (Indian Economy) 03
2. Core Courses (CC) 5) Financial Accounting -V 04 5) Financial Accounting – VII 04
6) Financial Accounting – VI 04 6) Project Work 04
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20
Eligibility

Eligibility: XII (HSC or Equivalent) passed in 1st attempt with minimum 45% Marks (Open Category) and minimum 40% Marks (Reserve Category) from Science, Commerce or Arts Stream.

Available Seats : 120 (50% Reserved for Hindi -speaking linguistic minority).

Programme Outcome

Introduction & Objectives

BCAF is a specialized degree which aims to train the students in the field of accounting and finance. This course was introduced with the objective to increase self employment and to help companies by providing them with suitably trained professionals in the field of accounting and finance.

Program Outcomes

  • The three year course is directed to give insights to the students in the areas of Financial Accounting, Cost Accounting, Financial Management, Taxation, Economics etc.
  • The course intends to teach subjects in an interactive manner with projects and presentations embedded in the instructional methodology which makes students understand broad accounting and finance topics deeply in a simpler manner.