Bachelor of Commerce – Banking & Insurance

Semester I and II

No. Title Semester – I Semester – II
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1 Elective Courses (EC) 1) Environmental and Management of Financial Services 03 1) Principles & Practices of Banking & Insurance 03
2) Principles of Management 03 2) Business Law 03
3) Financial Accounting – 1 03 3) Financial Accounting – II 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) Business Economics – I 03 6) Organizational Behaviour 03
7) Quantitative Methods – 1 03 7) Quantitative Methods – II 03
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

Semester III and IV

No. Title Semester – I Semester – II
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1. Elective Courses (EC) 1) Financial Management – I 03 1) Financial Management – II 03
2) Organizational Behaviour 03 2) Entrepreneurship Management 03
3) Management Accounting 03 3) Cost Accounting of Banking and Insurance 03
2. Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
2 A. Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 4) Information Technology in Banking and Insurance – I 03 4) Information Technology in Banking and Insurance – II 03
2 B. Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) 5) Foundation Course – III (An Overview of Banking Sector) 02 5) Foundation Course in – IV (An Overview of Insurance Sector) 02
3. Core Courses (CC) 6) Financial Markets 03 6) Corporate and Securities Law 03
7) Direct Taxation 03 7) Business Economics – II 03
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

Semester V and VI

No. Title Semester – V Semester – VI
GROUP A No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1. Elective Courses (EC) GROUP A 1) Strategic Management 03 1) Marketing in Banking & Insurance 03
2) Financial Service Management 03 2) International Business 03
3) Auditing-I 03 3) Auditing-II 03
4) Business ethics and Corporate Governance 03 4) Human Resource Management 03
OR
GROUP B 1) Strategic Management 03 1) Marketing in Banking & Insurance 03
2) Financial Service Management 03 2) International Business 03
3) Auditing-I 03 3) Auditing -II 03
4) Financial Reporting & Analysis (Corporate Banking & insurance) 03 4) Security Analysis and Portfolio Management 03
2. Core Courses (CC) 5) International Banking and Finance 04 5) Central Banking 04
3. Research Methodology 6) International Banking and Finance 04 6) Project Work in Banking & Insurance 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).

Program Outcomes

  • This course provides insight into the various aspects of the sector which includes Financial Investment, Legal Parameters, Investment Banking, Economics and Communication such are required in today’s global competitive market
  • This course improves understanding about Banking & Insurance sector, since this course that specialises in banking & insurance gives in-depth knowledge
  • Comprehensive training to the student in the field of Banking & Insurance.
Course Structure

Semester I and II

No. Title Semester – I Semester – II
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1 Elective Courses (EC) 1) Environmental and Management of Financial Services 03 1) Principles & Practices of Banking & Insurance 03
2) Principles of Management 03 2) Business Law 03
3) Financial Accounting – 1 03 3) Financial Accounting – II 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) Business Economics – I 03 6) Organizational Behaviour 03
7) Quantitative Methods – 1 03 7) Quantitative Methods – II 03
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

Semester III and IV

No. Title Semester – I Semester – II
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1. Elective Courses (EC) 1) Financial Management – I 03 1) Financial Management – II 03
2) Organizational Behaviour 03 2) Entrepreneurship Management 03
3) Management Accounting 03 3) Cost Accounting of Banking and Insurance 03
2. Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
2 A. Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 4) Information Technology in Banking and Insurance – I 03 4) Information Technology in Banking and Insurance – II 03
2 B. Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) 5) Foundation Course – III (An Overview of Banking Sector) 02 5) Foundation Course in – IV (An Overview of Insurance Sector) 02
3. Core Courses (CC) 6) Financial Markets 03 6) Corporate and Securities Law 03
7) Direct Taxation 03 7) Business Economics – II 03
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

Semester V and VI

No. Title Semester – V Semester – VI
GROUP A No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1. Elective Courses (EC) GROUP A 1) Strategic Management 03 1) Marketing in Banking & Insurance 03
2) Financial Service Management 03 2) International Business 03
3) Auditing-I 03 3) Auditing-II 03
4) Business ethics and Corporate Governance 03 4) Human Resource Management 03
OR
GROUP B 1) Strategic Management 03 1) Marketing in Banking & Insurance 03
2) Financial Service Management 03 2) International Business 03
3) Auditing-I 03 3) Auditing -II 03
4) Financial Reporting & Analysis (Corporate Banking & insurance) 03 4) Security Analysis and Portfolio Management 03
2. Core Courses (CC) 5) International Banking and Finance 04 5) Central Banking 04
3. Research Methodology 6) International Banking and Finance 04 6) Project Work in Banking & Insurance 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

Program Outcomes

  • This course provides insight into the various aspects of the sector which includes Financial Investment, Legal Parameters, Investment Banking, Economics and Communication such are required in today’s global competitive market
  • This course improves understanding about Banking & Insurance sector, since this course that specialises in banking & insurance gives in-depth knowledge
  • Comprehensive training to the student in the field of Banking & Insurance.