B.Com


TITLE OF THE PROGRAMME

The programme shall be called Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) which is abbreviated as B.Com.

DURATION OF THE PROGRAM

  • The B.Com. programme shall be ‘three-year duration’ extended over six semesters.
  • Each year consists of two semesters.
  • The Student shall be allowed a maximum 5 years of duration (from the date of registration of the first semester) to become eligible for the award of BBA Degree, failing which he/she shall have to register once again as a fresh candidate in the first semester.

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION

  • Admissions to the Bachelor of Commerce course is open to all candidates who pass a pre-university education (10+2) or equivalent level of education in the ‘first attempt’.
  • Those who secure 55% aggregate marks in pre-university education (10+2) through English medium schools only are eligible to apply for the programme.
  • The Admission final list is prepared on the basis of a candidate’s percentage of marks in the qualifying exam and performance in the Personal Interview.

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS

  • A student shall be considered to have satisfied the attendance requirements if he/she has attended not less than 75% of the classes in each subject of each semester.
  • A student who does not satisfy the attendance requirements, mentioned above, shall not be eligible to appear end semester university examination of that particular subject.
  • The attendance In-charge shall provide attendance status every month to the students.
  • The attendance status of students having excess absences will be sent to their parents who may be called for counseling, if necessary.

INTERNAL ASSESSMENT

  • The internal assessment shall be based on class tests, assignments, class participation, projects, attendance, mid-semester examination & oral presentations conducted by the faculty in each subject.
  • The weight age of internal assessment is 1:3 (25%: 75%).
  • No corrections of internal marks assessment shall be entertained after submission of the marks to the university.

ELIGIBILITY FOR PASSING

  • To pass the programme, a student will have to secure at least 40% in the aggregate for all subjects in B.Com.
  • Students shall be allowed to proceed to the next semester irrespective of failed papers/arrear papers subject to payment of fees and fulfillment of other prescribed conditions laid down by the University.

PROGRAMME ADMINISTRATION

  • The medium of instructions- English shall be the medium of instructions and examinations.
  • Pedagogy- The pedagogy of B.Com. semester programme includes classroom lectures, case study discussions field trips, presentations and students’ participation in teamwork and class discussions.

COURSE STRUCTURE

FY B.COM. (HONORS) – SEMESTER – I

CODE

SUBJECT

MARKS

EXTERNAL

INTERNAL

1.

BC – 101

Business Environment

75

25

2.

BC – 102

Principles & Practices of Management

75

25

3.

BC – 103

Financial Accounting

75

25

FY B.COM. (HONORS) – SEMESTER – II

CODE

SUBJECT

MARKS

EXTERNAL

INTERNAL

1.

BC – 201

Business Economics

75

25

2.

BC – 202

Information Technology in Business

75

25

3.

BC – 203

Indian Financial System

75

25

SY B.COM. (HONORS) – SEMESTER – III

CODE

SUBJECT

MARKS

EXTERNAL

INTERNAL

1.

BC – 301

Business Statistics

75

25

2.

BC – 302

Business Law

75

25

3.

BC – 303

Corporate Accounting

75

25

SY B.COM. (HONORS) – SEMESTER – IV

CODE

SUBJECT

MARKS

EXTERNAL

INTERNAL

1.

BC – 401

Alternative English

75

25

2.

BC – 402

Financial Management

75

25

3.

BC – 403

Auditing

75

25

TY B.COM. (HONORS) – SEMESTER – V

CODE

SUBJECT

MARKS

EXTERNAL

INTERNAL

1.

BC – 501

Compulsory English

75

25

2.

BC – 502

Cost Accounting

75

25

3.

BC – 503

Financial Services

75

25

TY B.COM. (HONORS) – SEMESTER – VI

CODE

SUBJECT

MARKS

EXTERNAL

INTERNAL

1.

BC – 601

Environmental Studies

75

25

2.

BC – 602

Entrepreneurship Development

75

25

3.

BC – 603

Direct Tax Law & Practice

75

25

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