Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)

First Year
SEMESTER I
Second Year
SEMESTER III
Third Year
SEMESTER V
Introduction to Business Principles of Management MHRM – I
Business Economics Paper – I Business Economics Paper – III Business Economics Paper – V
Accountancy & Financial
Management Paper – I
Accountancy & Financial
Management Paper – III
Special Group Financial
Foundation Course Paper – I Foundation Course Paper – III Applied component (Any Two)
a) Export Marketing – I
a) Computer Systems & Applications – I
a) Direct & Indirect Taxes – I
Mathematical & Statistical
Techniques – I
Business Law – I
Business Communication – I Advertising – I
Enviornmental Studies – I Introduction to Management Accounting

Programme Outcome

PO – 1: After completing three years for Bachelors in Commerce (B.Com) program, students would gain a thorough Knowledge in the fundamentals of Commerce and Finance.

PO – 2: The commerce and finance focused curriculum offers a number of specializations and practical exposures which would equip the student to face the modern-day challenges in commerce and business.

PO -3: The all-inclusive outlook of the course offer a number of value based and job oriented courses which ensures that students are trained thoroughly.

Program Specific Outcome (PSO)

PSO – 1: Students will be able to demonstrate progressive learning of various tax issues related to individuals. Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge in setting up a computerized set of accounting books.

PSO – 2: Students will demonstrate the role of accounting in society and business.

PSO – 3: Students will learn relevant financial accounting and managerial accounting career skills, applying both quantitative and qualitative knowledge to their future careers in business.

PSO – 4: Learners will gain thorough subject skills within various disciplines of commerce, business, accounting, economics, finance, auditing and marketing.

PSO –5: Learners will be able to recognise features and roles of businessmen, entrepreneur, managers, consultant, which will help learners to possess knowledge and other soft skills and to react aptly when confronted with critical decision making.

PSO–6: Learners will be able to prove proficiency with the ability to engage in competitive exams like CA, CS, ICWA, MBA and other courses.

PSO – 7: Learners will acquire the skills like effective communication, decision making, problem solving in day to day business affaires.

PSO –8: Learners will involve in various co-curricular activities to demonstrate relevance of and theoretical knowledge and to gain practical exposure.

PSO – 9: Learners can also acquire practical skills to work as Accountants, tax consultant, audit assistant and other financial supporting services.

Course Structure
First Year
SEMESTER I
Second Year
SEMESTER III
Third Year
SEMESTER V
Introduction to Business Principles of Management MHRM – I
Business Economics Paper – I Business Economics Paper – III Business Economics Paper – V
Accountancy & Financial
Management Paper – I
Accountancy & Financial
Management Paper – III
Special Group Financial
Foundation Course Paper – I Foundation Course Paper – III Applied component (Any Two)
a) Export Marketing – I
a) Computer Systems & Applications – I
a) Direct & Indirect Taxes – I
Mathematical & Statistical
Techniques – I
Business Law – I
Business Communication – I Advertising – I
Enviornmental Studies – I Introduction to Management Accounting
Programme Outcome

Programme Outcome

PO – 1: After completing three years for Bachelors in Commerce (B.Com) program, students would gain a thorough Knowledge in the fundamentals of Commerce and Finance.

PO – 2: The commerce and finance focused curriculum offers a number of specializations and practical exposures which would equip the student to face the modern-day challenges in commerce and business.

PO -3: The all-inclusive outlook of the course offer a number of value based and job oriented courses which ensures that students are trained thoroughly.

Program Specific Outcome (PSO)

PSO – 1: Students will be able to demonstrate progressive learning of various tax issues related to individuals. Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge in setting up a computerized set of accounting books.

PSO – 2: Students will demonstrate the role of accounting in society and business.

PSO – 3: Students will learn relevant financial accounting and managerial accounting career skills, applying both quantitative and qualitative knowledge to their future careers in business.

PSO – 4: Learners will gain thorough subject skills within various disciplines of commerce, business, accounting, economics, finance, auditing and marketing.

PSO –5: Learners will be able to recognise features and roles of businessmen, entrepreneur, managers, consultant, which will help learners to possess knowledge and other soft skills and to react aptly when confronted with critical decision making.

PSO–6: Learners will be able to prove proficiency with the ability to engage in competitive exams like CA, CS, ICWA, MBA and other courses.

PSO – 7: Learners will acquire the skills like effective communication, decision making, problem solving in day to day business affaires.

PSO –8: Learners will involve in various co-curricular activities to demonstrate relevance of and theoretical knowledge and to gain practical exposure.

PSO – 9: Learners can also acquire practical skills to work as Accountants, tax consultant, audit assistant and other financial supporting services.