Bachelor Of Commerce – Financial Markets

Semester I and II

No. Title Semester – I Semester – II
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1 Elective Courses (EC) 1) Financial Accounting – I 03 1) Financial Accounting – II 03
2) Introduction to Financial system 03 2) Principles of Management 03
3) Business Mathematics 03 3) Business Statistics 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 Environment 03 6) Environment Science 03
7) Business Economics – I 03 7) Computer Skills – I 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) Debt Markets -1 03 1) Debt Markets -2 03
2) Equity Markets-1 03 2) Equity Markets-2 03
3) Commodities Markets 03 3) Commodities Derivatives 03
2. Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
2 A. Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course 4) Business Law – 1 03 4) Business Law – 2 03
2 B. Ability Enhancement Elective Course 5) Foundation Course in Financial Markets FC III – Money Market 02 5) Foundation Course in Financial Markets FC IV– Foreign Exchange Markets 02
3. Core Courses (CC) 6) Management Accounting 03 6) Corporate Finance 03
7) Computer Skills – 2 03 7) Business Economics -2 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) 1) Marketing in Financial Services 03 1) Venture Capital and Private Equity 03
2) Technical Analysis 03 2) Mutual Fund Management 03
3) Equity Research 03 3) Corporate Restructuring 03
4) Direct Tax- Income Tax 03 4) Indirect Tax- GST 03
2. Core Courses (CC) 5) Financial Derivatives 04 5) Risk Management 04
6) Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 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

This is 3 year undergraduate course which covers different aspects of Financial Markets prevailing in the corporate world. The course offers theoretical and practical knowledge of capital markets with focus on basics of trading and its regulation, market forces, demand and supply which are an essential part of economic environment.

Program Outcomes

After completing BFM, students can go for higher studies in the same field and can apply for CFP, CFA, CWM, etc.

Programme Specific Outcome

The course focuses on specialization subjects like Equity Markets, Debt Markets, Commodity Markets, Money Markets, Foreign Exchange Markets, Mutual Fund, Technical Analysis, Financial Derivatives, Equity Research, Risk Management, Venture Capital & Private Equity, Corporate Finance, etc.

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 – I 03 1) Financial Accounting – II 03
2) Introduction to Financial system 03 2) Principles of Management 03
3) Business Mathematics 03 3) Business Statistics 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 Environment 03 6) Environment Science 03
7) Business Economics – I 03 7) Computer Skills – I 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) Debt Markets -1 03 1) Debt Markets -2 03
2) Equity Markets-1 03 2) Equity Markets-2 03
3) Commodities Markets 03 3) Commodities Derivatives 03
2. Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
2 A. Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course 4) Business Law – 1 03 4) Business Law – 2 03
2 B. Ability Enhancement Elective Course 5) Foundation Course in Financial Markets FC III – Money Market 02 5) Foundation Course in Financial Markets FC IV– Foreign Exchange Markets 02
3. Core Courses (CC) 6) Management Accounting 03 6) Corporate Finance 03
7) Computer Skills – 2 03 7) Business Economics -2 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) 1) Marketing in Financial Services 03 1) Venture Capital and Private Equity 03
2) Technical Analysis 03 2) Mutual Fund Management 03
3) Equity Research 03 3) Corporate Restructuring 03
4) Direct Tax- Income Tax 03 4) Indirect Tax- GST 03
2. Core Courses (CC) 5) Financial Derivatives 04 5) Risk Management 04
6) Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 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

This is 3 year undergraduate course which covers different aspects of Financial Markets prevailing in the corporate world. The course offers theoretical and practical knowledge of capital markets with focus on basics of trading and its regulation, market forces, demand and supply which are an essential part of economic environment.

Program Outcomes

After completing BFM, students can go for higher studies in the same field and can apply for CFP, CFA, CWM, etc.

Programme Specific Outcome

The course focuses on specialization subjects like Equity Markets, Debt Markets, Commodity Markets, Money Markets, Foreign Exchange Markets, Mutual Fund, Technical Analysis, Financial Derivatives, Equity Research, Risk Management, Venture Capital & Private Equity, Corporate Finance, etc.